人体帯電電位

English translation: (electric) potential of a charged human body

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Japanese term or phrase:人体帯電電位
English translation:(electric) potential of a charged human body
Entered by: Alwin27

17:50 Dec 11, 2003
Japanese to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Japanese term or phrase: 人体帯電電位
人体帯電電位が0.5kV以下であるため…
How do you translate 人体帯電電位 here in proper English?
Thanks in advance.
Alwin27
Local time: 21:32
(electric) potential of a charged human body
Explanation:
'Since the electric potential of a charged human body is 0.5kV or lower, ...' or 'Since the human body is charged with electric potential of 0.5kV or lower,...'
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Inoue
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Local time: 20:32
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(electric) potential of a charged human body


Explanation:
'Since the electric potential of a charged human body is 0.5kV or lower, ...' or 'Since the human body is charged with electric potential of 0.5kV or lower,...'


    Reference: http://www.aecouncil.com/Papers/aec1.pdf
Inoue
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Thanks! I think that`s the answer!

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