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The second International Lightning Protection Symposium will be held on 13 & 14 March 2014 in Chamonix, in the middle of the impressive French Alps Mountains, to continue the discussions and build on the foundations started two years ago in Valencia.

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Session 1 LIGHTNING PROTECTION - SPECIAL DESIGNS, EXPERIENCE & PRACTICE (Pedro Llovera)

S.1.2 Protection analysis of the long transmission lines in amazon region from lightning climatic patterns Madeleine Dentel, Brígida Ramati Pereira da Rocha
S.1.3 Case study of lightning‐related outages on a 33 kV overhead line in the Pilbara
S.1.6 Recurrent Self-Organizing Map for Lightning Density Patterns Recognition
S.1.7 Design of optimized LPS for a fire station by means of Conventional Protection employing a Rolling Sphere Method Design Software

Session 3 LIGHTNING PROTECTION - lIGHTNING PHYSICS, LABORATORY AND IN SITY TEST, STANDARDS (Franco D'alessandro)

S.3.1 Focus on the New Standard Tests Procedures for the ESE Air-Terminal Technology
S.3.2 Experimental study of the Corona Effect behavior as a function of the electric field
S.3.4 The Use of Isolated Downconductors to keep Separation Distances
S.3.5 The Liability and the Efficiency of the Early Streamer Emission Concept
S.3.6 Investigations and studies on lightning air terminal shapes in relationship with the efficiency of a simple rod
S.3.7 Lightning Protection Systems Pure Performance Standard: Instruments and Methods for Field Monitoring
S.3.8 Improvements of EGM based on Electrostatic field calculation

Session 4 LIGHTNING DETECTION AND MISCELLANEOUS (Alain Rousseau)

S.4.1 Classification Study on the Relationship between Lightning Activity and Precipitation in Beijing
S.4.2 Low cost sensor for measuring keraunic index and lightning density in the Amazon Region
S.4.3 Lightning Activity and Precipitation Characteristics of Typhoon Molave (2009) Around Its Landfall
S4.7 Selection of Protective Fuses for Type 1 AC Surge Protectors

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S.1.3 Case study of lightning‐related outages on a 33 kV overhead line in the Pilbara
S.1.6 Recurrent Self-Organizing Map for Lightning Density Patterns Recognition
S.1.7 Design of optimized LPS for a fire station by means of Conventional Protection employing a Rolling Sphere Method Design Software
S.2.2 Application of preventive protection in an Oil Basement in China
S.3.1 Focus on the New Standard Tests Procedures for the ESE Air-Terminal Technology
S.3.2 Experimental study of the Corona Effect behavior as a function of the electric field
S.3.4 The Use of Isolated Downconductors to keep Separation Distances
S.3.5 The Liability and the Efficiency of the Early Streamer Emission Concept
S.3.6 Investigations and studies on lightning air terminal shapes in relationship with the efficiency of a simple rod
S.3.7 Lightning Protection Systems Pure Performance Standard: Instruments and Methods for Field Monitoring
S.3.8 Improvements of EGM based on Electrostatic field calculation
S.4.1 Classification Study on the Relationship between Lightning Activity and Precipitation in Beijing
S.4.2 Low cost sensor for measuring keraunic index and lightning density in the Amazon Region
S.4.3 Lightning Activity and Precipitation Characteristics of Typhoon Molave (2009) Around Its Landfall
S4.7 Selection of Protective Fuses for Type 1 AC Surge Protectors

Madeleine Dentel, Brígida Ramati Pereira da Rocha

S.1.2 Protection analysis of the long transmission lines in amazon region from lightning climatic patterns Madeleine Dentel, Brígida Ramati Pereira da Rocha

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