APPENDIX B:
SUMMARY OF EMF RAPID ENGINEERING RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY DOE



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Research on Power-Frequency Fields: Completed Under the Energy Policy Act of 1992 APPENDIX B: SUMMARY OF EMF RAPID ENGINEERING RESEARCH EXPENDITURES BY DOE

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Research on Power-Frequency Fields: Completed Under the Energy Policy Act of 1992 Summary of Funding for EMF RAPID Engineering Projects Project number Contractor Amount (in thousands of dollars) Title 1 ERM 120 ''Development of Recommendations for Guidelines for Field Source Management" 2 Magnetic Measurements 123 "Recommendations for Guidelines for Environment-Specific Magnetic Field Measurements" 3 Enertech Consultants 230 Environmental Field Surveys" 4 T. Dan Bracken 110 "Recommendation for Guidelines for EMF Personal Exposure Measurement" 5a T. Dan Bracken 100 "Development of an EMF Database" 5b T. Dan Bracken 400 Maintain Data Base 6 Enertech Consultants 996 "Survey of Personal Magnetic Field Exposure" 7 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 200 "Hazard Surveillance for Workplace Magnetic Fields" 8 IIT Research Institute and Commonwealth Associates 123 "Evaluation of Field-Reduction Technologies" 9 University of Washington 20 "Characterization of Exposures to Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields in the Office Environment" 10 EM Factors 60 "Assessment of Human Exposure to Magnetic Fields Produced by Domestic Appliances" 11 Center for Risk Management, Resources for the Future 50 "Risk Dimensions of the EMF Problem" 12 T. Dan Bracken 138 Project not received in time for review. ("Source and Exposure Prediction Model Development")   Total 2,670