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BS EN 62226-2-1:2005 Exposure to electric or magnetic fields in the low and intermediate frequency range. Methods for calculating the current density and internal electric field induced in the human body Exposure to magnetic fields

BS EN 62226-2-1:2005

Exposure to electric or magnetic fields in the low and intermediate frequency range. Methods for calculating the current density and internal electric field induced in the human body Exposure to magnetic fields

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Standard number:BS EN 62226-2-1:2005
Pages:60
Released:2005-02-11
ISBN:0 580 45402 9
Status:Standard
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BS EN 62226-2-1:2005


This standard BS EN 62226-2-1:2005 Exposure to electric or magnetic fields in the low and intermediate frequency range. Methods for calculating the current density and internal electric field induced in the human body is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 29.200 Rectifiers. Converters. Stabilized power supply
  • 29.045 Semiconducting materials
  • 17.220.20 Measurement of electrical and magnetic quantities
This part of IEC 62226 introduces the coupling factor K, to enable exposure assessment for complex exposure situations, such as non-uniform magnetic field or perturbed electric field. The coupling factor K has different physical interpretations depending on whether it relates to electric or magnetic field exposure. The aim of this part is to define in more detail this coupling factor K, for the case of simple models of the human body, exposed to non-uniform magnetic fields. It is thus called "coupling factor for non-uniform magnetic field".