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Ralph H. Lee, “The Other Electrical Hazard: Electric Arc Blast Burns,” IEEE Trans. Industrial Applications, vol. 1A-18, no. 3, 1982, p. 246. 4. Thomas E. Neal, Allen H. Bingham, and Richard I. Doughty, “Protective Clothing Guidelines for Electric Arc Exposure,” IEEE Paper PCIC-96-34 presented at the Petroleum Chemical Industry Conference in Philadelphia, 1996. 5. Richard I. Doughty, Thomas E. Neal, Terrence A. Dear, and Allen H. Bingham, “Testing Update on Protective Clothing & Equipment for Electric Arc Exposure,” IEEE Paper PCIC-97-35, 1997.

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