The nonlinear dynamical behaviour of a network that is submitted to disturbances is the starting point of this work, where we consider a low voltage line (the network) with nonlinear varistor filters responding, dynamically, to those disturbances. Network models consider static measurements, and here we develop an iterative model to deal with dynamical measurements. We begin with the one-dimensional communication line model using reflected and incident signals, which are dependent on the node parameters, proceeding a time-step computation. Each node is a space representation that consolidates parameters for a specific vertex and its edges. Nonlinear functions are applied within the node and will contribute to the general process running on the structure. The idea of a structure and its related processes leads to a new concept of sustainability and system robustness. This concludes the work, along with several experimental and simulation results, with direct advantages to electromagnetic interference control and mitigation.
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