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An Empirical Relationship for Electromagnetic Energy Absorption in Man for Near-Field Exposure Conditions

By: Chatterjee, I.; Gandhi, O.P.; Hagmann, M.J.;

1981 / IEEE

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' An Empirical Relationship for Electromagnetic Energy Absorption in Man for Near-Field Exposure Conditions ' An empircal relationship is presented for the whole-body-average electromagnetic energy absorption in a 180-cell block model of man for near-field exposure conditions. Consideration is restricted to near fields with P polarization (no component of E directed arm-to-arm) in which the magnitude of the incident electric field is maximum immediately in front of the abdominal region. A highlight of this work is the considerably reduced whole-body average energy absorption for near-field partial-body exposures as compared to that obtained under plane-wave irradiation conditions.