English to Italian: International System Unit SI. General field: Art/Literary Detailed field: Architecture
Source text - English The International System Unit SI, born from a long process of study and refinement, is an organic and coherent body of rules (published in Italy by the CNR UNI 10003 norm) to define general physic and technical measure units. It's based on the use of seven fundamental sizes, two extra supplemental sizes and respective measure units, from which others may derive, called derived units.
Translation - Italian Il Sistema Internazionale di Unita' SI, nato da un lungo processo di studio e di affinamento, costituisce un corpo di regole organico e coerente (pubblicate in Italia dalla norma CNR UNI 10003) per definire le unita' di misura della fisica e della tecnica in generale. Esso e' basato sull'uso di sette grandezze fondamentali e due grandezze supplementari e delle rispettivee unita' di misura, dalle quali ne possono derivare altre, dette appunto unita' derivate.
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