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**STANDARD SOURCE AND SENSOR FOR THE 50 Hz MAGNETIC FIELD
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Gheorghe HORTOPAN(

Universitatea Politehnica Bucuresti Se prezint o introducere în tem , pe baza literaturii de specialitate i apoi se dezvolt urm toarele aspecte: - Calculul i construc ia unei surse de energie pentru generarea i cuantificarea câmpului de 50 Hz. - Calculul i construc ia unui senzor de câmp magnetic, potrivit pentru m surarea câmpului magnetic de 50 Hz, succesiv, dup trei direc ii carteziene; sur tori experimentale care dovedesc acurate ea calculului i utilitatea echipamentului format din sursa de energie i senzorul de câmp magnetic. It is presented an introduction into task, based upon technical literature, and then are developed the following aspects: - The calculation and construction of an energy source for quantifying the 50 Hz magnetic field. - The calculation and construction of a magnetic field sensor suitable for measuring the 50 Hz magnetic field, successively after three cartesian directions. - Experimental measuring providing the accuracy of calculation and the utility of the equipment composed of energy source and magnetic field sensor.

INTRODUCTION The expanding of electrical networks and the developing of powers, transferred at 50 Hz frequency, lead to appearance of a new medium factor: the low frequency magnetic field. Therefore, have appeared numerous studies concerning the effects of industrial frequency magnetic field upon beings, especially upon humans [1, 2]. The studied medium extended also upon the soil under high currents electrical lines [3]. Were developed new measuring equipments concerning electrical and magnetic fields of industrial frequency [4, 5]. There were also established limits for the magnetic fields levels compatible with human beings [6, 7]. It also appeared an international standard IEC [8] regarding power frequency magnetic field immunity test, for electrical and electronic equipment in case existence of industrial frequency magnetic field. It is described a calculation method and a constructive solution for the 50 Hz magnetic field source. In this purpose a Helmholtz coil was used for providing, within a specific space, a quasi-constant intensity of magnetic field. The Helmholtz coil's properties, with circular sections, are presented in Simonyi's book [9]. In this paper the Helmholtz coil has square sections because the coil, at large dimensions, is easier to construct. It is also described the calculation and construction of a 50 Hz magnetic field sensor, with facilities for successive measuring after three cartesian directions. Were made magnetic field measurements following two orthogonal axis for establishing the optimal zone of magnetic field intensity produced by Helmholtz coil. Was tested equipment concerning the immunity level at 50 Hz magnetic field.

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Auxiliary graphics For establishing the magnetic field generated by B1 and B2 sections connected serially. it is used the auxiliary graphics as shown in Fig. The coil is composed of two sections: B1 and B2. On the scheme may be read the component pieces parameters. THE STANDARD SOURCE In Fig. Standard source Fig. which goes orthogonally from the section's plan. The energy.2004 1. in which is depicted only a single turn of a square section. thus. in essence is a Helmholtz coil.4 m. with a . 1 is depicted the scheme for the magnetic field standard source which. situated on the outline of a 1 m . The distance between sections is 0. For measuring the current. for the coil is provided with twisted cable. 2. at the passing of current I through a single .2 class shunt. Every section has two turns. consists in establishing the magnetic field on the axis Oz. 1. The Biot-Savart theorem [10] offers the possibility of simplifying the problem. 2 a).ATEE .side. covered by the current I. On the Oz axis.side square. what. will be calculated the magnetic field's component. Fig. which pass through the coil's sections it is used a 0.

5a I × × (cos b 2 . produced by both sections. for the highest value of 2. 2b) and 2c).cos b 1 ) × cosa 4px (1) 2 With the notations: x = 0. In this case. between the two sections. H(z) + D(z).988 and the lowest value of 2. it is made of relatively small diameter coil. as in the relationship A1. Working as a sensor is based = × cos wt is the magnetic flux.5a )2 + z 2 (4) H (z ) = The relationship (4) is used for numeric calculation. the number of turns of a section × the number of sides of the section.35 dB. I = 1 A. THE MAGNETIC FIELD SENSOR For detecting and quantifying the 50 Hz magnetic field it is used a calibrated sensor. The axial. regarding a Helmholtz coil section it is considered the number (4) of sides of the outline and the number (2) of spirals of one section.5a 0. the form of the Biot-Savart theorem becomes [11]: H (z ) = I × (cos b 2 . 3 results that for calibrating a magnetic field sensor it is recommended that the sensor to be placed at distances a = 0. the resulting component of the magnetic field.4 m with a deviation of 0. the length of a side. D(z). The evaluation of the magnetic field's intensity is obtained by multiplying the normed value 2. in the interval mentioned above. normed magnetic field In Fig.5a )2 + z 2 (3) For calculating the H(z) component. a = 1 m.4 m.998 A/m with the number which indicates the current's intensity passing through the coil. 2b).cos b1 ) 4p (0. Note. using the notations in Fig. which shows that the normed value of the magnetic field's intensity (at the excitation current of 1A ) is preserving in the interval z = 0 m . so: nI 0. The b1 and b2 angles may be inferred from Fig.25a + z and 2 cosa = 0. 0.2 m. Compared to the medium value of magnetic field the deviation is ± 0. Thus.cos b 1 ) 4p (0. 3. From the Fig. 5a H (z ) = × × (cos b 2 . in the interval 0 m 0. H(z) + D(z). if . in conjunction with which it will be used. where the magnetic field has the highest level of uniformity. upon the electromagnetic induction law.25a 2 + z 2 (2) The relationship (1) transforms into: 0. the normed current. 3 were depicted the functions H(z). Essentially.6988 dB. The numeric calculation is presented in the calculation appendix. Is important the graphic H(z) + D(z) drawn with intermittent line.. In the calculation appendix were used the following conventional notations: H(z) the magnetic field s component of section B1. Fig. 2. in which H(z) has the form in relationship (A1).ATEE .2004 side a from one turn.. compared with the linear dimension of the Helmholtz coil. with the following explanations: n = 8.75. D(z) the magnetic field's component of section B2.

the resulting induced tension has the effective value: E = Nwm 0 H r 2 (5) where r is the equivalent turn's radius. thus resulting the evaluation of the magnetic field intensity's module: H = Hx + Hy + Hz 2 2 2 (7) Fig.5 m. The constructed magnetic field sensor's kinematics permits successive measurings of the components Hx. the magnetic field on the Oz axis. the axis Oz and Ox on which was virtually placed the magnetic field sensor. z.2004 perpendicular on the N turns coil's plan.5 m and z = 0. it s almost stationary around the coordinate x = 0.04625 m and therefore the constant is k = 188. Hz.2 m.65 [A/(V?m)]. for not forming a turn in short-circuit. to a digital multimeter. EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATIONS In Fig. for 0 m < z < 0. 7. the magnetic field. through a coaxial cable. y. were obtained diagrams as it follows: a) In Fig. following the cartesian axis x. 4. The magnetic field sensor 3.ATEE . 5 is depicted. Hy. 4. schematic. From the relationship (5) can be obtained the magnetic field's intensity value: E Aù H= = kE é 2 ê m 0w r N ëmú û (6) where k is the sensor's constant. Can be observed a significant approach between the calculated values and the values experimentally obtained. The sensor's coil is electrostatically screened with an interrupted screen. For the constructed sensor N = 2000 turns. described in chapter 2. b) In Fig. The captured signal is transmitted. The measuring system with magnetic field sensor is sketched in Fig. The induced tension E may be measured with a common digital multimeter. the one with intermittent line is experimental. also screened. thus results the fact that the most adequate zone for placing a sensor at calibration is situated at the coordinates x =0. relating with sections B1 and B2 the Helmholtz coil. experimentally obtained with the help of the magnetic field sensor. the continuous line curb is the one calculated with relationship (A1). r = 0. . for 0 m < x < 1 m. 6.4 m.

the sensor is orientated for measuring the magnetic field s component in a direction parallel with axis Oz. Ox axis Fig. In Fig. progressively increasing the current s intensity through the coil. In this area. Compared chart Fig. Were placed the electronic objects (functioning) from table 1 in the calibrating area and. 5. 8 is depicted the coil s picture. Oz. · Establishing the level of immunity at magnetic field.2004 Fig.2 m and x = 0. was established the magnetic field at which the objects aren t working properly. The sensor is placed in the Helmholtz coil within the area defined by the following coordinates: z = 0. 6. The constructed device offers the following usage possibilities: · A sensor s calibration.ATEE . It results the sensor s constant k = H(z)/E as in relationship (6). Values of immunity at magnetic field Table 1 . H(z) on longitudinal axis Note. 7. In this experiment.5 m (Fig. with the sensor situated in the calibrating area. 5).988?I where I is the current that is covered through the Helmholtz coil (as shown in Fig. the magnetic field s intensity is H(z) = 2. 3).

1000 kVA. centrally between conductors.21 B 10. magnetic field sensor .9 m between them. 8.5 m.79 A 28.43 Object Magnetic field A) Industrial equipment with power transformer. B) Two closed conductors. I = 500 A.2004 Field [A/m] 4. secondary current I = 500 A. 9 are presented the measuring tools: digital multimeter GDM 392 electrostatically screened. 10 kV/400 V. Investigating instruments: digital multimeter. going and returning. Magnetic field intensities Table 2 D 50. For this purpose was used the magnetic field sensor together with a digital multimeter as shown in Fig. 1 2 3 Object PC display 753 DFX Oscilloscope GOS 622 Digital multimeter GDM-392 ATEE . oscilloscope. magnetic field sensor (made in UPB). The measurings were made following three orthogonal directions according to relationship (7).70 150 Framing [8] 4 4 unaffected functioning · Measuring the intensity of magnetic field in laboratories and in factories. going and returning. Fig.No. 4. 9. Oscilloscope Tektronix 2211. The Helmholtz coil s picture with square section Fig.68 3. I = 500 A D) Dry-type transformer 20 kVA. The results are in table 2.72 C 468. at 0. In picture on Fig. C) Two conductors at 0.

at the exceeding of a specific level. which describe the magnetic field in the optimal area.7 dB. complying the international rules. Thus for establishing the magnetic field in the optimal zone of the Helmholtz coil with square sections. was elaborated the relationship (A1) presented in calculation appendix. For controlling the 50 Hz magnetic field s level of influence to the ambient. The ensemble. high and low tension. In the purpose of measuring the magnetic field in the space between the two coil s sections. · Measuring the 50 Hz magnetic field s level in laboratories and factories. This. · The calibrating of 50 Hz magnetic field sensor.2004 CONCLUSION The developing of transferred powers through electrical networks. Appendix Relationship (A1) . made of square sections coil and the magnetic field sensor offers the following investigating possibilities: · Establishing the immunity level at 50 Hz magnetic field. between the two sections of the coil constructed in the chair laboratory. The experimental verifying of theoretical relationship (A1) confirms the calculation hypothesis. leads to the appearing of a new medium factor.ATEE . for electrical and electronic equipment. have appeared new investigations. Was ascertained practically. was elaborated own-conception magnetic field sensor. experimental and theoretical. a superposing of diagrams. Within the optimal zone. can have damaging influence upon human beings and can cause interferences to the functioning of electronic and electrical equipment. 50 Hz magnetic field. the uniformity degree of the magnetic field is less than 0.

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