Lightning Environment Direct Effects Testing. For design and verification purposes, the natural lightning environment which comprises a wide statistical range of current levels, duration, and number of strokes is represented by current components A through D, and voltage waveforms A, B, and D as defined in paragraph Those waveforms A, B, C, and D are derived from cloud-to-ground lightning discharges. Waveform H represents the high rate—of-rise effects including those from intracloud and cloud-to-cloud discharges. Test waveforms, of necessity, will be only approximations of the idealized waveforms. Results from test waveforms that deviate from the idealized waveforms must therefore be analytically relatable to the idealized waveform.
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