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00:00:46 1 General characteristics
00:01:29 1.1 Types of energy
00:02:11 1.2 Frequency ranges
00:02:54 1.3 Pulse waveforms
00:04:32 2 Types
00:06:48 2.1 Lightning
00:07:08 2.2 Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
00:08:03 2.3 Switching pulses
00:09:24 2.4 Nuclear electromagnetic pulse (NEMP)
00:10:35 2.5 Non-nuclear electromagnetic pulse (NNEMP)
00:12:38 2.6 Electromagnetic forming
00:12:56 3 Effects
00:14:49 4 Control
00:15:33 4.1 Test simulation
00:15:49 4.1.1 Induced pulse simulation
00:16:20 4.1.2 Threat pulse simulation
00:17:49 5 Safety
00:18:44 6 In popular culture
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An electromagnetic pulse (EMP), also sometimes called a transient electromagnetic disturbance, is a short burst of electromagnetic energy. Such a pulse's origination may be a natural occurrence or man-made and can occur as a radiated, electric, or magnetic field or a conducted electric current, depending on the source.
EMP interference is generally disruptive or damaging to electronic equipment, and at higher energy levels a powerful EMP event such as a lightning strike can damage physical objects such as buildings and aircraft structures. The management of EMP effects is an important branch of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) engineering.
Weapons have been developed to deliver the damaging effects of high-energy EMP.