Effects Of Weather Conditions On Electromagnetic Field Parameters
This study presents the results of electromagnetic field parameters measurements in an open area under different air temperature and humidity conditions. An attempt to consider the electromagnetic wave as a holistic harmonic oscillation, which takes into account all frequency components of the field at the measurement point, was also presented in this study. During the measurements, the closest electromagnetic radiation sources were taken into account. Therefore, measurements of field parameters were produced in specific frequency bands. For the simplification of large data, the spectrum decimation technique was applied. As a result, measurements and data processing were revealed to characterize the electric field strength and the magnetic flux density when air temperature increases. The field parameters dependences on air relative humidity have a decreasing tender.
EMF parameters were measured at certain point of the space within different weather conditions. Variations of temperature were from 0 to 19 degrees of Celsius and air humidity varied from 60% to 80%. Summarizing the results, it was concluded, that electric field strength, as well as the magnetic flux density, should have the significant values at the higher temperature and lower humidity of the air. The obtained results prove the strong interrelation of the EMF parameters related with electromagnetic waves propagation in the air. With the increase of EFS, the MFD increases as well. Oppositely, with the decrease of EFS, the MFD decrease as well. However, there should be arranged additional precise measurements in the further studies. Due to the significant dependency of the Spectran device's accuracy on environmental humidity, it was not possible to measure the EMF parameter during the rain. As it was shown, the combined electromagnetic parameters values depend on phase and they were obtained using decimation techniques. For this reason, the measured data could be processed using other possible methods of the spectral simplifications and the obtained results should be compared with each other.
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