Long term experience on lightning acquisition in Italy and Austria and data application to the improvement of lightning performance View Full Text


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DATE

2002-12

AUTHORS

M. Bernardi, A. Pigini, G. Diendorfer, W. Schulz

ABSTRACT

Lightning location systems (LLS) have been in operation in Italy and Austria for about 10 years. The two networks have been running a collaboration sharing sensors data since the beginning. The importance of this collaboration is shown, analyzing the behavior of the two networks as standing alone or as cooperating. In particular a detailed analysis is run on a set of data, evaluating the importance of the other network sensors in the calculation of lightning and in the efficiency and accuracy of the final results. The application of LLS data to improve the lightning performance evaluation of transmission and distribution lines is analyzed. Lightning density at ground is a key factor for performance evaluation of transmission lines. More accurate and detailed maps than those standardized may be derived from LLS, indicating that standardized values (average values for an area) are not sufficiently accurate to describe the situation of a given territory. The use of LLS data to correlate faults and lightning is discussed. For MV lines, one of the particular problems discussed is the necessary accuracy in lightning location. More... »

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428-433

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf03161358

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