Investigating the effects of glasses on electric field distribution from a mobile phone inside the human eye during web surfing
This paper discusses the effects of the glasses exposed to electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones on the electric field distribution inside the human eye. The numerical analysis has been performed for the case when the mobile phone is used for web surfing at the frequency of 2.6 GHz. Obtained results are presented within different biological tissues from which the human eye model was made. Since the human body consists of various tissues and organs, each needs to be described in terms of its corresponding electromagnetic properties. A realistic 3D model of the human head has been created to obtain the most accurate results. The main aim of this investigation is to determine the electric field distribution in the human eye. For this research, besides the realistic model of a human head, it was necessary to develop a realistic eye model formed of nine different tissues and a model of glasses with a metal frame. A comparative analysis of the model behavior with and without glasses has been carried out to evaluate the effects of the glasses with metal frame. Finally, the paper presents the results of electric field distribution for a horizontal cross-section of the human head model.
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Jovanovic D., Stankovic V., Cvetkovic N., Zivaljevic D., Vuckovic D., Investigating the effects of glasses on electric field distribution from a mobile phone inside the human eye during web surfing. Electrotechnica & Electronica (Е+Е), Vol. 58 (4), 2023, pp.75-80, ISSN: 0861-4717 (Print), 2603-5421 (Online)