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1.1. Project UHV Staff. EHV Transmission Line Reference Book. Edison Electric Institute. 750 3rd Ave., New York, 1968.
1.2. Anderson J. G. and Doyle J. R. Project UHV-Description and Technical Plan. IEEE Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 91, p. 204211, January/February 1972.
1.3. Lucas H. R. and MacCarthy D. D. Outdoor 2550-kV Shielded Precision Gas Capacitor. Ibid., vol. 89, p. 15131521, September/October 1970.
1.4. Foley A. H. and Olsen F. Project EHV-Preliminary Corona Investigations; the Effects of Harmonics on Corona Losses, AIEE Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 79, pt III, p. 310316, 1960.
1.5. LaForest J. J., Lindh . B., MacCarthy D. D. and Schulz M. W. Radio Noise and Corona Loss Results from Project EHV, IEEE Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 82, p. 735748,
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1.6. D. D. MacCarthy and J. R. Doyle. New Method of Simulating Rainfall in High-Voltage Testing. Ibid., vol. 88, p. 126133, 1969.
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2.1. Cobine J. D. Gaseous Conductors, New York: Dover Publications, 5442, 1958.
2.2. Nasser E. Fundamentals of Gaseous Ionization and Plasma Electronics, New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1971.
2.3. Loeb L. B. Electrical Coronas Their Basic Physical Mechanism, 1963, Univ. California Press.
2.4. Jakubczyk B. J., Boulet L. Streamers on Power Transmission Lines, IEEE Conference Paper 31CP65, January 31, 1965.
2.5. Boulet L., Jakubczyk . Corona in Foul Weather, Part I Above Freezing Point, IEEE Transaction on Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 83, p. 508512, May 1964.
2.6. Boulet L., Cahill L., Jakubczyk B. J. Alternating Current Corona in Foul Weather. Part IIBelow Freezing, IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems. PAS-85, 6, p. 649656, June 1966.
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2.8. Clade J. J., Gary . H., Lefevre C. A. Calculation of Corona Losses Beyond the Critical Gradient in Alternating Voltage, IEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-88, p. 695703, 1969.
2.9. Gross I. W. et al. Corona Investigation on Extra-High Voltage Lines 500 kV Test Project of the American Gas and Electric Company, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 70, pt I, p. 7594, 1951.
2.10. Naef O., et al. Techniques of Corona Loss Measurement and Analysis 500 kV Test Project of the American Gas and Electric Company, Ibid., p. 496506.
2.11. Kravchenko V. D., et al. Measuring of Corona Losses on. Operating 400500 kV Lines, Paper 407, CIGRE, 1962.
2.12. Anderson J. G., Baretsky ., MacCarthy D. D. Corona Loss Characteristics of EHV Transmission lines Based on Project EHV Research, IEEE Transactions, vol. PAS-85, 12, p. 1196 1212, December 1966.
2.13. LaForest J. J., Lindh . B., MacCarthy D. D., Olsen F., Schulz . M. Jr. Radio Noise and Corona Loss Results from Project EHV, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 82, p. 735748, 1963.
2.14. Vanderleck J. M. Instrumentation for Power Loss and Meteorological Measurements at Ontario Hydro Cold Water Project, AIEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 80, pt III, p. 388396, August 1961.
2.15. Nigol O. and Gassan J. G. Corona Loss Research at Ontario Hydro Cold Water Project, AIEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 80, pt III, p. 304313, August 1961.
2.16. Bartenstein R. and Rachel E. A. Die 400 kV Forschungsan-lage Rheinau, Bd II Koronanessung, Heidelberg, Germany: 400 kV Forschungsgemeinschaft e. Heidelberg, 1958.
2.17. Bartenstein R., Hirsch F., Schafer E. Corona Measurements on a 4Conductor Bundle for 700-kV, 3-phase Overhead Lines, Paper 426, CIGRE, 1966.
2.18. Levitov V. I. et al. Operational Experience on 500 kV Networks in the USSR, Paper 416, CIGRE, 1966.
2.19. Sugimoto T. Corona Loss of 4-Conductor Experimental Transmission Lines, Electrical Engineering in Japan, vol. 85, 1, p. 8594, January 1965.
2.20. Knudsen N. Corona Loss and Radio Interference Measurements at High-Voltage AC on Test Lines in Sweden, Paper 411, CIGRE, 1964.
2.21. Larson N. and Ponni K. Measurements of Corona Losses Due to Hoar Frost and Winter Precipitation on 400 kV Operating Lines in Finland with Special Reference to Estimation of Hoar Frost Corona Losses Based on Meteorological Data, Paper 409, CIGRE, 1964.
2.22. Yamade T. et al, Experimental Investigation of Corona on the 800 kV Tanashi Test Transmission Line, ibid., Report N 404, 1964.
2.23. Newell H. H. and Warburton F. W. Variations in Radio and TV Interference from Transmission Lines, Trans. AIEE (PAS), vol. 75, p. 420426, June 1956.
2.24. Liao T. W., Keen W. A., Powell D. R. Relationship between Corona and RI on Transmission Lines, Laboratory Studies: Point and Conductor Corona, Trans. AIEE (PAS), vol. 76, p. 530540, August 1957.
2.25. Newell H. H., Liao T. W., Warburton F. W. Corona and RI Caused by Particles on or near EHV Conductors: 1 Fair Weather, Trans. IEEE, vol. PAS-86, 11, p. 13751383, November 1067.
2.26. LaForest J. J. Seasonal Variation of Fair-Weather Radio Noise, IEEE Transactions, PAS-87, 4, April 1968.
2.27. EHV Transmission Line Reference Book, Edison Electric Institute, 1968.
2.28. Anderson J. G., Zaffanella L. E. Project UHV Test Line Research on the Corona Performance of a Bundle Conductor at 1000 kV, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 723732 JanuaryFebruary, 1972.
2.29. Seylec E., Gerber . E. The Effect of Conductor Aging on Corona Losses During Rain, BULLETIN SEVD, vol. 46, 1955, 19.
2.30. Price W. S., Bartlett S. C., Zobel E. S. Lightning and Corona Performance of 330 kV Lines on the American Gas and Electric and Ohio Valley Electric Corporation Systems, AIEE Transactions, vol. 75, pt III, 1956, p. 583597.
2.31. Adams G. E. The Calculations of the Radio Interference Lever of Transmission Lines Caused by Corona Discharges, AIEE Transactions, vol. 75, pt III, p. 411418, 1956.
2.32. Gary . H. The Theory of the Excitation Function: A Demonstration of its Physical Meaning, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 305310, 1972.
2.33. Clade J. J., Gary . H. Predetermination of Corona Losses Under Rain. Experimental Interpreting and Checking of a Method to Calculate Corona Losses, IEEE Irans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-89, p. 853859, May/June 1970.
2.34. Clade J. J., Gary . H. Predetermination of Corona Losses Under Rain. Influence of Rain Intensity and Utilization of a Universal Chart, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-89, p. 11791185, July/August 1970.
2.35. IEEE Committee Report. Guide for the Measurement of Audible Noise from Transmission Lines, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 853856, May/June 1972.
2.36. Juette G. W., Zaffanella L. E. Radio Noise Currents and Audible Noise on Short Sections of UHV Bundle Conductors, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-89, May/June 1970, p. 902913.
2.37. Alexander G. W., Mielke J. E., Trojan H. T. Switching Surges on Northern States Power Co. 345 kV Circuits, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-88, 1969, p. 919931.
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3.1. Aggers . V., Foster D. E., Young C. S. Instruments and Methods of Measuring Radio Noise, AIEE Transactions, vol. 59, 1940, p. 178192.
3.2. Frick C. W. Study of Wave Shapes for Radio Noise Meter Calibrations, AIEE Transactions, vol. 64, 1945, p. 890901.
3.3. Frick C. W. The Quasi-Peak Voltmeter, AIEE Transactions, vol. 73, pt I, 1954, p. 417425.
3.4. Trebby F. J. Development of a Square-Law Radio Noise Meter-I, AIEE Transactions, vol. 78, pt III-A. August 1959, p. 522528.
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3.8. Taylor F. L. and Bonska J. F. An Investigation of Radio Influence Voltages on Transmission and Distribution Lines on the Same Right-Oi-Way, Transactions AIEE Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 81, February 1962, p. 10621066.
3.9. IEEE Committee Report, Transmission System Radio Influence, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-84, 8, August 1965, p. 714724.
3.10. Jeutte W. Evaluation of Television Interference From High-Voltage Transmission Lines, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, JNJb 3, May/June 1972, p. 865873.
3.11. Sawada Y., Fukushima ., Yasui ., Kimoto L, Naito N. Laboratory Study on RI, TVI and AN of Insulator Strings Under Contaminated Condition, Transactions Paper 73415-7 presented at IEEE PES Summer Meeting and EHV/UHV Conference, Vancouver, Canada, July 1520, 1973.
3.12. Clark C. F., Loftness M. O. Some Observations of Foul Weather EHV Television Interference, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-90, 6, July/August 1970, p. 11571168.
3.13. Fredenall G. L. Comparison of Monochrome and Color Television with Reference to Susceptibility to Various Types of Interference, RCA Review, vol. 14, 3, September 1953, p. 341358.
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3.16. La Forest J. J. Seasonal Variations of Fair-weather Radio Noise. IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-87, 4, April 1968, p. 928931.
3.17. Newell H. H., Warburton F. W. Variations in Radio and Television Interference from Transmission Lines. AIEE Transactions, pt III, Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 75, June 1956, p. 420429.
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3.19. Cortina R., Serravalli W., Sforzini M. Radio Interference Long-Term Recording on an Operating 420 kV Line. IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-89, May/June 1970, p. 881892.
3.20. Comber M. G., Zaffanella L. E. Audible Noise Reduction by Bundle Geometry Optimization, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-92, 5, September/October 1973, p. 17821791.
3.21. Moreau M. R., Gary . H. Predetermination of the Radio-Interference Level of High Voltage Transmission Lines: I Prediction of the Excitation Function, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, 1, January/February 1972, p. 284291.
3.22. Juette G. W., Zaffanella L. E. Radio Noise Audible Noise and Corona Loss of EHV and UHV Transmission Lines Under Rain: Predetermination Based on Cage Tests, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-89, 6, July/August 1970, p. 11681178.
3.23 Newell H. H., Liao T. W., Warburton F. W. Corona and RI Caused by Particles on or near EHV Conductors, pt I: Fair Weather, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-86, p. 13751383.
3.24. Bernadelli P. D., Cortina R., Sforzini M. Laboratory Investigation on the Radio Interference Performance of Insulators in Diilerent Ambient Conditions, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-92, 1, January/February 1973, p. 1424.
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3.27. Barthold L. O. Radio Frequency Propagation on Polyphase Lines, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 83, July 1964, p. 665670.
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3.30. Hedman D. E. Propagation on Overhead Transmission Lines: II Earth Conductor effects and Practical Results, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 84, March 1965, p. 205210.
3.31. Adams G. E., Liao T. W., Poland M. G., Trebby F. J. Radio Noise Propagation and Attenuation on the Bonneville Power Administration McNary-Ross 345 kV Line, AIEE Transactions, pt III. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 78, 1959, p. 380388.
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4.1. Wilson G. L. The Mechanism for Audible Noise on EHV Transmission Lines, Report ot CIGRE Study Committee 31,1972.
4.2. IEEE Committee Report, Guide for the Measurement of Audible Noise from Transmission Lines, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 853856, May/June 1972.
4.3. American National Standard, Specification for General Purpose Sound Level Meters. SI4, 1971.
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4.8. Perry D. E. An Analysis of Transmission Line Audible Noise Levels Based Upon Field and Three-Phase Test Line Measurements IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 857864, May/June 1972.
4.9. ANSI, Specification for Octave, Half-Octave, and Third-Octave Band Filter Sets, SI.11, 1966.
4.10. ANSI, Method for the Calibration of Microphones, S10, 1966.
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4.13. Schultz M. W., Ringlee Jr. R. J. Some Characteristics of Audible Noise of Power Transformers and their Relationship to Audibility Criteria and Noise Ordinance, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 79, pt III, June 1969, p. 316323.
4.14. AIEE Committee Report. Transformer Noise Measurement Methods, AIEE Transactions, vol. 73, pt III, June 1954, p. 683692.
4.15. Taylor E. R., Chartier Jr., V. L. and Rice D. N. Audible Noise and Visual Corona from HV and EHV Transmission Lines and Substation Conductors Laboratory Tests, IEE Trans. Powei Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-88, p. 666679, May 1969.
4.16. Juette G. W., Zaffanella L. E. Radio Noise, Audible Noise and Corona Loss of EHV and UHV Transmission Lines under Rain: Predetermination Based on Cage Tests, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 211222, January/February 1972.
4.17. Pokorny W. S., Schlomann R. H., Barnes H. C., Miller C. J. Investigation of Corona Effects from Wet Bundle Conductors for Application to UHV Configurations, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 211222, January/February, 1972.
4.18. Anderson J. G., Zaffanella L. E. Project UHV Test Line Research on the Corona Performance of a Bundle Conductor at 1000 kV, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-91, p. 223232, January/February 1972.
4.19. Kolcio N., Ware B. J., Zagier L., Chartier W. L., Diet-rich F. M. The Apple Grove 750 kV Project Statistical Analysis of Audible Noise Performance of Conductors at 775 kV, Presented at IEEE Summer Power Meeting. Vancouver, . C., Canada, 1973.
4.20. Boulet L., Jakubczyk B. J. AC Corona in Foul Weather I Above Freezing Point, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. PAS-83, p. 508512, May 1964.
4.21. Comber M. G., Zaffanella L. E. Audible Noise Reduction by Bundle Geometry Optimization, IEEE Transactions Paper T73 1625 presented at IEEE PES Winter Meeting, New York, January 28 February 2, 1973.
4.22. Balderston G., Schamberger J. ., Juette G. W. and Zaffanella L. E. UHV AC Trancmission-Line Design Based on Project UHV Test Results, CIGRE Report N 31 12 presented at CIGRE International Conference of Large High Tension Electric Systems, Paris, France, August 28 September 6, 1972.
4.23. Chartier V. L., Bankoske J. W. Walz Mill 1100 kV Station-Conductor Selection and Laboratory Verification, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 88, p. 825833, June 1969.
4.24. Balderston G., Gens Jr., R. S., Comber M. G., Zaffanella L. E. Progress Report of EPRI Project UHV, CIGRE Report 3102, 1974.

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4.26. Walsh-Healcy Act, Occupational Noise Exposure, Federal Register, vol. 34, 96, May 1969.
4.27. Stevens K. N., Rosenblith, W. A. Bolt R. H. Neigh-Bor-hood Reaction to Noise, presented at the Meeting of the Accousti-cal Society of America, May, 1953.
4.28. Blucher W. H. City Planning for Noise Control, Noise Control, New York, vol. 2, 4, July 1956, p. 5055, 8081.
4.29. The Noise Performance Standards of the Chicago Zoning Ordinance. Ibid. vol. 3, 6, November 1957, p. 5152, 74.
4.30. Warwick, Rhode Island, Adopts Performance Zoning Code, Ibid., vol. 4, 1, January 1958, p. 62.
4.31. Stevens K. N., Rosenblith W. A. and Bolt R. H. Community's Reaction to Noise: Can it be Forecast?, Noise Control, New York, vol. I, 1, January 1955, p. 6371.
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4.33. Akazaki ., Lin S. H. Corona Discharge from Water Drops on the Inner Conductor of a Coaxial Cylinder, Electrical Engineering in Japan, vol. 88, 5, 1956.
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4.35. Slemon G. R. Radio Influence from High-Voltage Corona, AIEE Transactions, vol. 68, 1949.
4.36. Abetti P. AM Lindh . B., LaForest J. J.t McCarthy D. D. Results from the First Year Operation of Project EHV, AIEE Trans., vol. 81, 1962.
4.37. W. A. Some Investigations on the Deformation and Breaking of Water Drops in Strong Electric Fieles, Proceedings Royal Society A., vol. 133, 1931.
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4.39. Coquard A. and Gary C. Audible Noise Produced by Electrical Power Transmission Lines at Very High Voltage, CIGRE paper 3603, 1972.
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5.1. Cobine J. D. Gaseous Conductors. New York: Dover Publications, 5442, 1958.
5.2. Vanderleck J. M. Instrumentation for Power Loss and Meteorological Measurements at Ontario Hydro Cold Water Project, IEEE Transactions Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 80, pt III, p. 388396, August 1961.
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5.4. Bartenstein R. and Rachel E. A. Die 400 kV Forschungsan-lage Rheinau, vol. II. Koronamessung. Heidelberg, West Germany: 400 kV Forschungsgemeinschaft e. V. Heidelberg, 1958.
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5.6. Bartenstein R., Hirsch F., Schafer E. Corona Measurements on a 4-Conductor Bundle for 700-kV, 3-phase Overhead Lines, Paper 426, CIGRE, 1966.
5.7. Bogdanova N. B. et al. Investigating AC Corona in the Soviet Union, unnumbered report, CIGRE 1956.
5.8. Kravchenko V. D. et al. Measuring of Corona Losses on Operating 400500 kV Lines, Paper No. 407, CIGRE, 1962.
5.9. Levitov V. I. et al, Operational Experience on 500 kV Networks in the USSR, Paper No. 416, CIGRE, 1966.
5.10. Sugimoto T. Corona Loss of 4-Conductor Experimental Transmission Lines, Electrical Engineering in Japan, vol. 85, 1, p. 8594, January 1965.
5.11. Knudsen N. Corona Loss and Radio Interference Measurements at High-Voltage AC on Test Lines in Sweden, Paper 411, CIGRE, 1964.
5.12. Larsson N. and Ponni K. Measurements of Corona Losses Due to Hoar Frost and Winter Precipitation on 400 kV Operating Lines in Finland with Special Reference to Estimation of Hoar Frost Corona Losses Based on Meteorological Data, Paper 409, CIGRE, 1964.
5.13. Yamada ., et al. Experimental Investigation of Corona on the 800kV Tanashi Test Transmission Line. Ibid., Report 404, 1964.
5.14. Niels Knudson. Corona Power Losses on Bundle Conductors, Elteknik, 4, April 1963, p. 5359 (in English).
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5.17. Potthoff K. W. Inception of Corona at Low Surface Gra dients presented at the International Conference, May 711, 1962. Central Electricity Research Laboratories, Leatherhead, England.
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5.21. Naef O. et al. Techniques of Corona Loss Measurement and Analysis 500 kV Test Project of the American Gas and Electric Company, Ibid., p. 496506.
5.22. Peterson W. S., et al. Field Measurements of Corona Loss Above 230 kV, Paper N 401, CIGRE, 1950.
5.23. LaForest J. J., Lindh . B., MacCarthy D. D., Olsen F, Schultz M. W. Radio Noise and Corona Loss Results from Project EHV, IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus and Systems, vol. 82, p. 735748, 1963.
5.24. Charteir V. L., Shankle D. F., Kolcio N. The Apple Grove 750kV Project: Statistical Analysis of Radio Influence and Corona Loss Performance of Conductors at 775 kV, IEEE Trans., vol. PAS-89, 5/6, May/June 1970, p. 867881.
5.25. Kolcio NM Caleca V., Marmaroff S. J., Gregory W. L. Radio-Influence and Corona-Loss Aspects of AEP 765 kV Lines, IEEE Trans., vol. PAS-88, 9, September 1969.
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6.1. IEEEEEI Joint Committee Report 1966.
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