Select language: english | cesky | deutsch | italiano | simplified chinese | traditional chinese | hindi Concept: English word: Home

# henry (Henry)

SI inductance measure. Symbol: H. One Henry is equivalent to one Volt divided by one Ampere per SecondDuration. If a current changing at the rate of one Ampere per SecondDuration induces an electromotive force of one Volt, the circuit has an inductance of one Henry. Henry = Wb/A = m^2*kg*s^(-2)*A^(-2).

## Ontology

SUMO / UNITS-OF-MEASURE

## Class(es)

 UnitáDelSistemaInternazionaleDiMisurazione

henry

## Superclass(es)

 Entitá

Astratto

Quantitá

QuantitáFisica
 Entitá

Astratto

Relazione

RelazioneMonovalente

Funzione

FunzioneDiQuantitá

henry

## Coordinate term(s)

ampere  becquerel  british thermal unit  calorie  candela  celsius degree  coulomb  electron volt  farad  gram  gray  hertz  joule  kelvin degree  lumen  lux  meter  mole  newton  ohm  pascal  pound force  radian  second duration  siemens  sievert  steradian  tesla  FunzioneDiQuantitáUnariaECostante  volt  watt  weber

## Related WordNet synsets

henry, H
a unit of inductance in which an induced electromotive force of one volt is produced when the current is varied at the rate of one ampere per second