ELFSTAT Project: Assessment of infant exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields (ELF- MF, 40-800 Hz) and possible impact on health of new technologies

Abstract : ELFSTAT project started in November 2015 and is founded by the French ANSES (2015-2019, Grant agreement n. 2015/1/202). The main purpose of ELFSTAT is to characterize children’s exposure to low frequency magnetic fields (MF, from 40 to 800 Hz) in real exposure scenarios using stochastic approaches. Both the global exposure at personal level and tissue dosimetry due to far- and near-field sources will be investigated. Finally, prediction of the impact of new technologies (e.g. smart grids, electric vehicles) on children’s exposure will be carry out, enlarging the frequency range to the intermediate frequencies (IF).
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Marta Parazzini, Serena Fiocchi, Emma Chiaramello, Laurent Le Brusquet, Hanany Tolba, et al.. ELFSTAT Project: Assessment of infant exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields (ELF- MF, 40-800 Hz) and possible impact on health of new technologies. 11ème Congrès National de Radioprotection, Société Française de Radioprotection (SFRP), Jun 2017, Lille, France. ⟨hal-01475084⟩

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