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Induced current in a wire from an electromagnetic pulse

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Is it possible to calculate this in CST? Is there an example?
 

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if you know the change in B in the centre of the CST as a result of the pulse then yes.
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if the pulse is far away there will be a small effect due to cancellation from symmetry ....
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there will be more effect from the wires and diodes etc leading to and from the CST ...
 

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I found similar works, but I do not understand which of the solvers solves this?
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Here in the picture, one port models a lightning discharge. What characteristics should it have?
The port imitating free space, it is clear that it has Z0 = 376 Ohm.
How should the cable be modeled in this case? What tool in CST is it drawn with?
 

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