Henry – unit of inductance in the International system of units (SI). Has the Russian designation – GBV and international designation – H.
Transfer Henry to another unit of measurement
Other units of measurement
Henry – unit of inductance in the International system of units (SI), named after the American scientist Joseph Henry.
Henry as the unit of measurement is the Russian designation – GBV and international designation – H.
The circuit has an inductance of one Henry if a change of the electric current at the rate of one ampere per second creates electromotive intensity of induction, equal to one volt.
1 Henry is equal to the inductance of the electric circuit, the excitation magnetic flux of 1 Weber, when the DC current in it is 1 ampere.
H = V · s / A = (kg · m2) / (S2 · A2) = WB / A.
1 h = 1 V · 1 1 A = (1 kg · 1 m2) / (1 C2 · A2 1) = 1 WB / 1 A.
In the International system of units Henry introduced by decision of the XI General conference on weights and measures in 1960, simultaneously with the adoption of the SI as a whole. In accordance with the rules SI, and relating the derived units are named for scientists, the name of the unit “Henry” is written with a lowercase letter and its name — from the title (GN). Such writing of the designation is stored in the symbols for derived units formed by using Henry.
Henry measured the inductance and mutual inductance of the conductor.
Through the basic and derived SI units Henry says:
H = (kg · m2) / (S2 · A2)
H = V · s / A
H = m2 · kg / Кл2
GN = J / A2
H = Ω · s
H = WB / A
where A is amperes, In volts, WB – Weber, j – Joule, KL – pendant, m – meter, Ohm – Ohm s – second W – watt, kg – kilogram.
Multiple and sub-multiple units are formed using standard prefixes of the SI.
|101 GN||decahedra||Dan||daH||10-1 GN||dechene||DGN||dH|
|102 GN||gectigini||GGN||hH||10-2 GN||antigene||sgn||cH|
|103 GN||kilohenry||REAG||kH||10-3 GN||– MH||mH||mH|
|106 GN||megagene||MH||MH||10-6 GN||microgenre||mH||µH|
|109 GN||hygiene||GGN||GH||10-9 GN||nanohenry||NH||nH|
|1012 GN||teragency||TGN||TH||10-12 GN||ecogene||PGN||pH|
|1015 GN||petagine||PGN||PH||10-15 GN||femtoline||fgn||fH|
|1018 GN||exogeni||Ehn||EH||10-18 GN||attagene||AGN||aH|
|1021 GN||setgenre||Zgn||ZH||10-21 GN||septocaine||zgn||zH|
|1024 GN||ottieni||IGN||YH||10-24 GN||octogene||IGN||yH|
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