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2. A Reasoned Approach to Lightning Electromagnetics and Coupling to Nearby Power Transmission Lines
3. Effects of Geomagnetic Storms on Long Distance A.C. Transmission Systems
4. Evaluation of the A.C. Interferences Between Transmission Lines and Metallic Underground Structures
5. The Crucial Case of Quasistatic Magnetic Field Penetration into Metallic Enclosures: An Unexplored Model
6. Diakoptic Approach to EMC Problems Involving the Human Body
7. New Power Quality Assessment Criteria for Harmonic Disturbances
8. Design of Line Front-End Converter Systems under Real Line Conditions
9. Adjoint Network Theory to Analyze the Power Converters with Respect to their Line-Side Behaviour
10. Harmonic Load Flow Applications for Industrial Power Systems Design
11. Shunt Active Filters to Mitigate Harmonic Propagation in Distribution Lines Introduction
Prof. Francesco Lattarulo is with the Politecnico di Bari, Italy, where he is full professor in EMC for Electrical Engineering. He is involved in researches on High-Voltage Engineering and EMC and has been a member of the CEI (national) Technical Committee of EMC and of the AEI (national association) Special Group on EMC.