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危検側

English translation: Danger zone or danger range or danger side

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Japanese term or phrase:危検側
English translation:Danger zone or danger range or danger side
Entered by: Kurt Hammond
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08:47 Mar 8, 2004
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Construction / Civil Engineering
Japanese term or phrase: 危検側
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Danger zone or danger range or danger side
Explanation:
I believe the kanji here is incorrect.
It should be 危険側.
It is likely that this either refers to:
1. A situation that has moved from one of relative safely to relative danger. 危険側 refers to the 'danger side' of this as opposed to the 'safe side' . See reference 1.
2. A system that has a safe and a danger mode. For instance a heavy machinery that has a switch with off (safe) or on (danger) positions. A safety interlock would ensure that if the switch fails it will not fail to the danger side. See reference 2.
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Kurt Hammond
United States
Local time: 07:12
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2Danger zone or danger range or danger side
Kurt Hammond


  

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Danger zone or danger range or danger side


Explanation:
I believe the kanji here is incorrect.
It should be 危険側.
It is likely that this either refers to:
1. A situation that has moved from one of relative safely to relative danger. 危険側 refers to the 'danger side' of this as opposed to the 'safe side' . See reference 1.
2. A system that has a safe and a danger mode. For instance a heavy machinery that has a switch with off (safe) or on (danger) positions. A safety interlock would ensure that if the switch fails it will not fail to the danger side. See reference 2.


    Reference: http://www.kz.tsukuba.ac.jp/~sakai/sg2.htm
    Reference: http://www.google.co.jp/search?q=cache:f_URJwNoc4AJ:member.n...
Kurt Hammond
United States
Local time: 07:12
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 42
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