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ID:15602
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Type:UNIT
Version:37
Version date:2013-02-22
Status:DRAFT
Owner:IFD-Nederland

Names

en-INH
en-INhenry
nl-NLH
nl-NLhenry

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Table 2 - SI derived units with special names, including SI supplementary units
plane angle - radian (rad), solid angle - steradian (sr), frequency - hertz (Hz), force - newton (N), pressure/stress - pascal (Pa), energy/work/quantity of heat -joule (J), power/radiant flux - watt (W), electric charge/quantity of electricity - coulomb (C), electric potential/potential difference/tension/electromotive force - volt (V), capacitance - farad (F), electric resistance - ohm (Ω), electric conductance - siemens (S), magnetic flux - weber (Wb), magnetic flux density - tesla (T), inductance - henry (H), Celcius temperature - degree Celcius (ºC), luminous flux - lumen (lm), illuminance - lux (lx).
[ISO 31-00:1992.2.3.2.2]


henry
[ISO 31-05:1992.5-22.a]


henry
[ISO 31-05:1992.5-39.a]


Henry
The henry (symbol: H) is the SI unit of inductance. It is named after Joseph Henry (1797-1878), the American scientist who discovered electromagnetic induction independently of and at about the same time as Michael Faraday (1791-1867) in England. The magnetic permeability of the vacuum is 4π×10−7 H/m (henry per metre). If the rate of change of current in a circuit is one ampere per second and the resulting electromotive force is one volt, then the inductance of the circuit is one henry. H = m2.kg/(s2.A2) = Wb/A = V.s/A = J/(C.s)/(C/s) = J.s2/C2 = m2.kg/C2 units: - A = amp - V = volt - C = coulomb - J = Joule - Wb = weber - kg = kilogram - m = meter
[Wikipedia (En)]


Henry (inductie)
De henry, symbool H, is de SI-eenheid voor zelfinductie en wederzijdse inductie: 1 H = 1 (V s / A) = 1 (J / a^2) = 1 (T m^2 / A) Waarbij: - V volt - s seconde - A ampère - J joule - T tesla - m meter De henry is vernoemd naar Joseph Henry.
[Wikipedia (Nl)]


Henry
In the International System of Units, the derived unit of electrical inductance; the inductance induced in a circuit by a rate of change of current of one ampere per second and a resulting electromotive force of one volt.
[Wiktionary (En)]