Definitions for "Inductive Charging"
This type of charging occurs when a charged object creates a stationary electrostatic field. The electrostatic field from the original object attracts opposite polarity charge to the surface of the new object placed within the field. If that object is grounded, then isolated from ground and removed from the field, it will hold an electrostatic charge.
A process in which an electrically floating (i.e. not grounded) object or surface is subjected to an electrostatic field. The exposed object will then acquire an electrostatic charge as a result of this exposure. Regardless of the means of charge generation, a charged object or surface will still present the threat of static discharge.
The transfer of an electric charge to an object when it is momentarily contacted to ground in the presence of an electric field.