﻿ Units of measure of electrical and magnetic quantities

# What electrical and magnetic quantities are measured in?

In engineering practice several instrumentation systems of MGS, MKSA, SI therefore  units of measure from these systems will occur in the list offered below to you were used.

Table of the main electrical and magnetic quantities.

in/cm - electric field intensity,

to/cm2 - electric displacement,

and/mm2 - current density,

ohm x cm - unit resistance,

1/ohm x cm2 - the specific conductivity,

in x sec./cm2 - magnetic induction,

and/cm - magnetic field strength,

mgy - megohm (106 ohms),

kV - kilovolt (103 in),

mV - millivolt (10-3 in),

мкв - microvolt (10-6 in),

mA - milliampere (10-3 and),

mka - microampere (10-6 and),

MW - megawatt (106 W),

Table of electrotechnical sizes.

GW - hectowatt (102 W),

MW - milliwatt (10-3 W),

kVA - kilovoltampere (103 ва),

quar. - kilovoltampere reactive (the 103rd pitch),

and - h - ampere-hour,

mkkl-microcoulomb (10-6 to),

W-sec. - watt-second (1 W-sec. = 1 J),

W-hour - watt-hour (3600 J),

kw-hour - kilowatt-hour (103 W-h),

MW-hour - megawatt-hour (106 W-h),

мгн - the millihenry (10-3 гн),

мкгн - microhenry (10-6 гн),

in - sec. - volt-second,

гс - gauss (10-4 Wb/sq.m),

in-sek/sm2 - volt-second or Wb on 1 cm2

and/cm - ampere on 1 cm,

kHz - kilohertz  (103 Hz),

MHz - megahertz (106 Hz),

мк - micron  (10-3 mm),

MMK - the millimicron (10-3 мк),

ms - millisecond (10-3 sec.),

lm - lumen,

св - the candle,

lx - luxury,

Saturday - the stilb,

lm-sec. - lumen-second,

(10-3 mm), N - newton, force unit