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ЭЛЕКТРОМАГНИТНЫЙ АРМАГЕДДОН?

https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2015.13-14.012

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Аннотация

Проблема преднамеренных  электромагнитных деструктивных воздействий (ПЭДВ) на  электроэнергетические системы  становится  в  последнее  время  все  более  актуальной  в  связи  с  двумя  современными  тенденциями:  расширяющимся применением микроэлектроники и микропроцессорной техники в электроэнергетике – с одной стороны, и интенсивными разработками  средств  дистанционного  поражения  электронной  аппаратуры –  с  другой. Наиболее  мощным  и  разрушительным средством поражения электронной аппаратуры является электромагнитный импульс высотного ядерного взрыва (ЭМИ ЯВ). История экспериментальных высотных ядерных взрывов насчитывает уже полвека. За это время были опубликованы многие десятки научных работ, детально описывающих  это  явление и меры  защиты от него. С учетом  этого можно было бы предположить, что проблема  защиты от ЭМИ ЯВ давно решена и современные  электроэнергетические системы хорошо защищены от этого явления. Исследование, проведенное автором, показывает, что на самом деле это не так, и  за прошедшие десятилетия ни в одной стране мира не предпринято никаких практических мер по  защите национальных инфраструктур от ЭМИ ЯВ и все ограничивается лишь написанием отчетов и рекомендаций. В статье анализируются причины такого положения дел, в частности, политические и военные аспекты этой проблемы.    

Об авторе

В. И. Гуревич
Электрическая компании Израиля
Израиль

канд. техн. наук, ведущий инженер-специалист, начальник сектора
Центральной электрической лаборатории Электрической компании Израиля



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Гуревич В.И. ЭЛЕКТРОМАГНИТНЫЙ АРМАГЕДДОН? Альтернативная энергетика и экология (ISJAEE). 2015;(13-14):108-116. https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2015.13-14.012

For citation:


Gurevich V.I. ELECTROMAGNETIC ARMAGEDDON? Alternative Energy and Ecology (ISJAEE). 2015;(13-14):108-116. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15518/isjaee.2015.13-14.012

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