calvin17 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

二極體轉有名詞翻譯

請問這些二極體的專有名詞英文解釋意思為何?可否幫我解釋翻譯。

1:maximum recurrent peak reverse voltage-----VRRM

2:maximum rms voltage-----VRMS

3:maximum dc blocking voltage-----VDC

4:maximum average forward rectified current-----I(AV)

5:maximum instantaneous forward voltage at----VF

6:reverse voltage leakage current-----IR

7:typical reverse recovery time-----TRR

8:maximum thermal resistance-----RθJL /RθJA

9:typical junction capacitance-----Cj

10:operating and storage temperature range-----TSTG

11:maximum peak forward current-----IFM

12:average forward current-----IO

13:surge current (10ms)-----IFSM

14:power dissipation-----P

15:junction temperature-----TJ

16:Peak forward current-----IF

17:peak forward voltage-----VSM

18:breakdown voltage-----VR

Update:

非常感謝你的答案,但不知你的資料來源為何?還是你是從事這方面的工作,因為裡面有一些專有名詞實在不懂意思。

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  • BUMEGG
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    1 decade ago
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    1:maximum recurrent peak reverse voltage-----VRRM 最大連續峰值逆相電壓

    2.maximum rms voltage-----VRMS最大均方根電壓

    3:maximum dc blocking voltage-----VDC最大直流崩潰電壓

    4:maximum average forward rectified current-----I(AV)最大的平均順向整流電流

    5:maximum instantaneous forward voltage at----VF 瞬間順向電壓最大值

    6:reverse voltage leakage current-----IR 逆向電壓漏電流

    7:typical reverse recovery time-----TRR 典型的反向恢復時間

    8:maximum thermal resistance-----RθJL /RθJA 最大溫度電阻

    9:typical junction capacitance-----Cj 典型的接觸電容

    10:operating and storage temperature range-----TSTG 操作與儲存溫度範圍

    11:maximum peak forward current-----IFM 最大峰值順向電流

    12:average forward current-----IO 平均順向電流

    13:surge current (10ms)-----IFSM 浪涌電流

    14:power dissipation-----P 功率耗損

    15:junction temperature-----TJ 接觸溫度

    16:Peak forward current-----IF 峰值順向電流

    17:peak forward voltage-----VSM峰值順向電壓

    18:breakdown voltage-----VR 崩潰電壓

    2006-02-16 20:51:46 補充:

    到這個網站看一看有一些資料和特性區線http://www.100y.com.tw/productclassM3.asp?Mat3=31A...

    2006-02-16 20:57:28 補充:

    http://sun.cis.scu.edu.tw/~lab/knowledge/2.htm

    http://www.phys.ualberta.ca/~gingrich/phys395/note...

    http://www.kpsec.freeuk.com/components/diode.htm

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