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IEC TR 60479-4

Effects of current on human beings and livestock Part 4: Effects of lightning strokes on human beings and livestock

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 July 2004
Status: inactive
Page Count: 44
ICS Code (Electrical engineering in general): 29.020
ICS Code (Accident and disaster control): 13.200
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Scope and object

This technical report summarizes the basic parameters for lightning and their variability insofar as they apply to human beings and livestock. The possible direct and indirect interactions of strikes with bodies of living beings are indicated. The resulting effects caused by lightning currents for the organism are described.

The intention is to show the differences of effects on human beings and livestock due to lightning strokes versus those effects of electric shocks derived from electrical systems.

Document History

February 1, 2020
Effects of current on human beings and livestock – Part 4: Effects of lightning strokes
This part of IEC 60479 summarizes the basic parameters for lightning and its variability insofar as they apply to human beings and livestock. The possible direct and indirect interactions of strikes...
October 1, 2011
Effects of current on human beings and livestock – Part 4: Effects of lightning strokes
This part of IEC 60479, which is a technical report, summarizes the basic parameters for lightning and their variability insofar as they apply to human beings and livestock. The possible direct and...
IEC TR 60479-4
July 1, 2004
Effects of current on human beings and livestock Part 4: Effects of lightning strokes on human beings and livestock
Scope and object This technical report summarizes the basic parameters for lightning and their variability insofar as they apply to human beings and livestock. The possible direct and indirect...

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