Mahmoud, Aly A. School of Engineering, Indiana-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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The avoidance of inductive interference. Electric power systems, like almost everything run by electricity, depend on internal electric and magnetic fields; some of these fields find their way into the environment. The strongest of these fields can then induce voltages and currents in nearby devices and equipment and, in some cases, can interfere with the internal fields being used by electrical equipment in the vicinity. These induced voltages and currents, which are due to the coupling between the energized source and the electrical equipment, are called inductive interference. See also: Electric field; Electromagnetic induction
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