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5) for the same model. Note that the corresponding distribution of current along the lightning channel is shown in Fig. 6 ms, λ p = 5000 m, n = 2). In Fig. 10a–d, fields contributed by each term of Eq. 5) are shown as well as the total field. It follows from Fig. 10 that at r = 50 m the contribution of the so-called electrostatic field component to the total field is dominant, at r = 5 km each of the three field components contributes significantly to the total field, and at r = 100 km the contribution of the radiation field component is dominant, as predicted by Eq.
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