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```what is the value of current and voltage that our body can
resist ?```
Question Submitted By :: Kaushik13031992
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Re: what is the value of current and voltage that our body can resist ?
# 1
Human body can resist up to 30mA only...
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Vinoth

Re: what is the value of current and voltage that our body can resist ?
# 2
the typical values for current are given below :-

BODILY EFFECT DIRECT CURRENT (DC) 60 Hz AC 10 kHz AC
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Slight sensation Men = 1.0 mA 0.4 mA 7 mA
felt at hand(s) Women = 0.6 mA 0.3 mA 5 mA
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Threshold of Men = 5.2 mA 1.1 mA 12 mA
perception Women = 3.5 mA 0.7 mA 8 mA
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Painful, but Men = 62 mA 9 mA 55 mA
voluntary muscle Women = 41 mA 6 mA 37 mA
control maintained
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Painful, unable Men = 76 mA 16 mA 75 mA
to let go of wires Women = 51 mA 10.5 mA 50 mA
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Severe pain, Men = 90 mA 23 mA 94 mA
difficulty Women = 60 mA 15 mA 63 mA
breathing
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Possible heart Men = 500 mA 100 mA
fibrillation Women = 500 mA 100 mA
after 3 seconds
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since the resistance of human body is about 1 mega ohm.
so calculate the voltage by ohm's law..

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Vikram Veer Singh

Re: what is the value of current and voltage that our body can resist ?
# 3
Voltage 50V under normal condition and 25 V in damp condition.
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K.prakashchandra
[KPTCL]

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