Date: Tue Mar 24 14:19:56 2009
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Author: Bill Norwood
Subject: Re: Power Lines and cows?
OK guys, this is fun and interesting, but, how you are going to get these
cows and power lines into the student laboratories, which, of course would
be interesting. Bill
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I would think minimum would be perpendicular to the power lines, but
now that I think about it, I am not sure. I do believe it would be a
small effect regardless, since although high voltages are involved,
the towers are tall, and net voltage over all 3 wires is always zero.
> What are you saying is the orientation for minimum field effect?
>At 3/24/2009 08:34 AM, you wrote:
>>> Don't forget, in the study there were east-west transmission
>>>lines, under which the cattle were lined up east-west. I'm still
>>>inclined to think if there is anything to this, it will be due
>>>primarily to electric field effects...
>>I Believe if it were an electric field effect, the cows would be
>>oriented for minimum field effect, not maximum delta V.
Humboldt State University
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