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02-11-2011 08:45 PM #11
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10-03-2011 08:37 AM #12
I am concerned about the EMF
I am concerned about the EMF that comes from cars electrical appliances. People say that it safe but when I was Younger I worked in a shoe store Agnew surpass and they had an old Street store around Keel and Dundas in Toronto. The basement of that store had a wide staircase from upstairs which was blocked and the basement was like a museum of an old shoe store . There was boxes full of xrays of little feet and also the xray machine they used to take these xrays I think no one knew that xrays can harm the body . we my be the same . There is allot of money in this and people will say it is safe . but with the rise in cancer and other illnesses we may know different latter on.
02-21-2012 06:10 PM #13
does anyone have the
does anyone have the measurements of the honda insight 2010 and how to shield yourself better? Thanks email@example.com
06-21-2012 08:25 AM #14
I recently learned about
I recently learned about EMF's in electrical cars. The more I read , the more I get confused. I just want to know if driving an electric car, is like being beside power lines. I know the EMF"s don't come from the battery but from the cables that run from the battery to the engine.
I found the comments very helpful, at least I am not the only crazy person freaking out about this. Of course my husband thinks I am totally nuts and really want to get an electric car.
06-24-2012 12:47 AM #15
Shape of the shield In
Shape of the shield
In general, spherical and cylindrical shaped shields work best. This is
because magnetic field lines resist making sharp turns. When spherical
and cylindrical shapes are not possible it is always best to make bends
with a curve, rather than a sharp crease. Note however, that a cylinder
shield around a straight wire does not prevent the magnetic field from
emitting. It will however, protect the wire inside from fields originating
outside the shield. See diagram at right.
Pay careful attention to bending the material. Because the magnetic properties are highly dependant on
size/shape of the metal crystals, any manipulation such as bending or high heating which alters crystal
size/shape will adversely affect the ability of magnetic field lines to travel through that area. Often
bending is absolutely necessary. One can either accept some decreased performance, or re-anneal the
material after forming to achieve peak performance.
Size of the shield
In general, the larger the shield, the more magnetic field lines it will
“attract”. However, magnetic field lines which travel at a distance
from the shield location will not have an incentive to travel through
the shield. See diagram at right. On the other hand, larger shields will
also “conduct” more of the Earth’s magnetic field. At about 400 mG,
the Earth’s field can saturate high permeability shields, if large
enough, or thin enough.
A general recommendation for a typical application in a home environment where one is shielding a
circuit box with flat shielding is to shield an area which extends about 2-3 feet beyond the dimensions
of the source. So a shield about 6 ft x 6 ft is recommended. If the presence of a side wall, floor, or
ceiling restricts the size of the shield, the shielding material can be continued around the corner, but the
metal must be continuous, or properly joined.