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NT & RP Journal
PASSIVE AND ACTIVE SHIELDING AGAINST ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
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Vol. XXXV, No. 4, Pp. 283-386
December 2020
UDC 621.039+614.876:504.06
ISSN 1451-3994

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Pages: 331-338

Authors:
Saša B. DjekiŠ, Dušan P. NikeziŠ, Dragan V. BrajoviŠ, Nenad M. KartaloviŠ, and Uzahir R. Ramadani

Abstract

In nuclear physics experiments, it is very important to isolate the measured quantities from
electromagnetic noise. Without this possibility, it is impossible to obtain usable experimental
results since natural electromagnetic noise can be several orders of magnitude larger than the
measured magnitude. In order to enable such measurements, it is necessary to eliminate elec -
tromagnetic noise from the experimental procedure. This is achieved by shielding against
electromagnetic radiation. In this paper, experiments were performed to protect a room from
electromagnetic noise. By applying all known methods of shielding against electromagnetic
radiation, it was concluded that the room can be protected from the electrical component, but
it is impossible to protect it from the magnetic component of electromagnetic radiation.

Key words: electromagnetic field, shielding, pulse voltage, shiede material

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