Articles | Volume 14
Adv. Radio Sci., 14, 107–114, 2016
Adv. Radio Sci., 14, 107–114, 2016

  28 Sep 2016

28 Sep 2016

Numerical computation of lightning transfer functions for layered, anisotropically conducting shielding structures by the method of moments

Fabian Happ et al.

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Short summary
A numerical method is presented which is capable to compute the electromagnetic fields created by the current of a spatially extended lightning channel. The coupling of these fields into simple models of aircraft fuselages is investigated, where the electric material parameters of the fuselages correspond to those of realistic layered carbon fiber composite.