Electromagnetic effects were among the critical issues of the impurity control system examined in the 1982 FED/INTOR design study. During a plasma disruption, the decaying plasma current induces voltages and currents in the first wall and limiter systems which can produce arcing between limiter segments and large forces and torques on the limiter. The effects of first wall time constant, limiter electrical resistance, and limiter segmentation on the voltages, forces, and torques were studied.