By David O. Carpenter, Sinerik Ayrapetyan
Contemporary matters over the potential dangers of electric and magnetic fields in the house and place of work are comprehensively addressed inside this booklet. The chapters comprise targeted examine at the organic results of electrical and magnetic fields, and proof for and opposed to any interplay of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and organic systems.
- The relative danger of publicity to EMFs
- Putative behavioral and neural results of EMFs
- EMF results on cells
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8. C. S. 295 to Pennsylvania Avenue to East Capitol Street. Data started recording Wednesday, May 02, 16:44:42, 1990. 79 mG only 5% of the time. b For 6674 frames. a 30 Don W. Deno and David O. Carpenter little magnetic shielding, such as vacuum cleaners and small hand-held tools and appliances, generate high local fields. Since most appliances operate at low voltage, they have rather small associated electric fields. They may, however, draw considerable current and be close to people, and therefore the magnetic fields associated with their use may be significant.
19 and 20 for waveform and spectrum. 8. Hair Dryer Figure 15 shows the measured magnetic field magnitude versus distance from the hair dryer. Figure 16 shows the magnitude versus time field from a hair dryer. Figure 17 shows the spectrum and a dominant second harmonic present. The shape of the field waveform and the large second harmonic indicates an unusual half wave rectification. This type of changing field is unique to very small appliances that are designed for occasional use. The hair dryer is often used at distances from 2 to 6 in.
A 30 Don W. Deno and David O. Carpenter little magnetic shielding, such as vacuum cleaners and small hand-held tools and appliances, generate high local fields. Since most appliances operate at low voltage, they have rather small associated electric fields. They may, however, draw considerable current and be close to people, and therefore the magnetic fields associated with their use may be significant. A. Household 1. Electric Blankets Florig and Hoburg (1991) have reported the fields associated with electric blankets.
Biological Effects of Electric and Magnetic Fields. Sources and Mechanisms by David O. Carpenter, Sinerik Ayrapetyan