California Edison (SCE), the problem could be factors other than magnetic fields such as electric fields, transience ... First, the amount of current (amperage) which is going through the system affects the magnitude of the magnetic field. ... as in the case of a wire in which the strength of the field decreases in proportion to the square of the distance away from the wire ... The following two case studies are examples of attempts to reduce EMF levels in existing buildings with relatively highanbsp;...
|Title||:||The urban scene and the history of the future|
|Author||:||Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture|