This program was originally written in Fortran in 1989 by David R. Brown and the American Public Power Association.
The following sources provided data on the electrical properties of different conductors:
EARTH RETURN EFFECTS ARE INCLUDED.
THE PROGRAM CALCULATES FIELDS AT A FIXED ELEVATION, Y, FOR A RANGE OF X COORDINATES.
For example, if xstart is 0, xstop is 10 and the number of data points is 3, then the program will calculate noise at ground level at the following distances away from the distribution line: 0 feet, 5 feet, 10 feet.
RANGE OF X VALUES
IF SHIELDS ARE SEGMENTED (INSULATED) TO PREVENT 60 HZ SHIELD WIRE CURRENTS, OR IF YOU WISH TO NEGLECT EFFECTS OF SHIELD WIRE CURRENTS, SHIELD WIRE CURRENTS SHOULD BE SET TO ZERO.
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