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Calculators Created by Urvi Rathod
Urvi Rathod
Vishwakarma Government Engineering College
(VGEC)
,
Ahmedabad
https://www.linkedin.com/in/urvi-rathod-a3b634177
2060
Formulas Created
2162
Formulas Verified
482
Across Categories
List of Calculators by Urvi Rathod
Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Urvi Rathod. Urvi Rathod has created 2060 and verified 2162 calculators across 482 different categories till date.
High-Frequency Response of the MOS Cascode Amplifier
(9)
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3-dB frequency in design insight and trade-off
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3-dB frequency of the cascode amplifier
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Drain resistance in the cascode amplifier
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Effective time-constant in design insight and trade-off
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Effective time-constant of the cascode amplifier
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Effective time-constant of the MOS cascode amplifier
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Gate to drain resistance in the cascode amplifier
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Output resistance of the cascode amplifier
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Unity gain frequency of the MOS cascode amplifier
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1 More High-Frequency Response of the MOS Cascode Amplifier Calculators
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2-Wire System
(5)
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Length Using Volume Of Conductor Material (DC 2-Wire OS)
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Line Losses Using Volume Of Conductor Material (DC 2-Wire OS)
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Load Current Using Line Losses(DC Two-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(DC Two-Wire OS)
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Resistance(2-wire DC OS)
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ABCD Parameter
(12)
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A Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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A Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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Admittance Using A Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Admittance Using B Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Admittance Using D Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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B Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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B Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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C Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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D Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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D Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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Impedance Using A Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Impedance Using D Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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ABCD Parameter
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A Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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A Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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Admittance Using A Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Admittance Using D Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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B Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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C Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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C Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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D Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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D Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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Impedance Using A Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Impedance Using C Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Impedance Using D Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Acme Thread
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Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Effort in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Effort in Moving Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Thread
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Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Thread
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Efficiency of Acme Threaded Power Screw
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Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Effort Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Helix Angle of Power Screw given Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Helix Angle of Power Screw given Load and Coefficient of Friction
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Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Load on Power Screw given Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Load on Power Screw given Effort Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Load on Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Load on Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Mean Diameter of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Power Screw
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1 More Acme Thread Calculators
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Amplification factor
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Amplification factor of MOSFET
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Amplification factor of MOSFET in terms of device parameter
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Relation between Small-signal input resistance between base and emitter and emitter resistance
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11 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Amplification factor
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Current transfer ratio of IC Amplifier in terms of β
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Output current of IC amplifier in terms of β
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Reference current of BJT Mirror in terms of the collector current
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Reference current of the IC amplifier
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9 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Amplification factor
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Error Signal
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Feedback signal when Aβ >> 1
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Gate voltage of the source-follower case
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Returned signal of the feedback amplifier
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Transition frequency of the source-follower transfer function
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18 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Amplification factor
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Closed-loop voltage gain of the Feedback Voltage Amplifiers
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Input resistance in the ideal case of Feedback Voltage Amplifiers
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Open-loop input resistance
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Open-loop input resistance of the feedback voltage amplifier
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Output resistance of feedback voltage amplifier in terms of resistance
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Output resistance of the feedback voltage amplifier
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Output resistance of the feedback voltage amplifier in terms of amount of feedback
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Test current of the feedback amplifier
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7 More Amplification factor Calculators
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An Emitter Follower
(6)
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Input resistance of the base of the emitter-follower
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Input resistance of the emitter-follower
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Input voltage of the emitter-follower
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Output resistance of the emitter-follower
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Output voltage of the emitter-follower
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Overall voltage gain of the emitter-follower
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Anionic Salt Hydrolysis
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Concentration of Hydronium ion in Weak Base and Strong Acid
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Degree of Hydrolysis in Salt of Weak Acid and Strong Base
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Hydrolysis Constant in Weak Acid and Strong Base
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3 More Anionic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Antenna & Wave Propogation
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Max Radiation Intensity
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23 More Antenna & Wave Propogation Calculators
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Antenna theory-Parameters
(5)
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Antenna Gain
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Avg Radiation Intensity
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Beam Width
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Directivity Of Antenna
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Isotropic Radiation Intensity
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2 More Antenna theory-Parameters Calculators
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Arms of Cast Iron Pulley
(23)
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Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley
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Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Bending Stress in Arm of Belt Driven Pulley
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Bending Stress in Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Major Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Arm given Moment of Inertia of the Arm
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Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Bending Stress in Arm
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Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Torque and Bending Stress
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Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm
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Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm given Bending Stress in Arm
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Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm given Minor Axis of Elliptical Section Arm
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Number of Arms of Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Number of Arms of Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Number of Arms of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Radius of Rim of Pulley given Bending Moment Acting on Arm
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Radius of Rim of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Tangential Force at End of Each Arm of Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Tangential Force at End of Each Arm of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Torque Transmitted by Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Torque Transmitted by Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Array Subsystems
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Area of a memory cell
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Area of a memory containing N bits
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Array efficiency
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Bit Capacitance
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Cell Capacitance
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Voltage Swing On Bitline
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ASME Code for Shaft Desgin
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Diameter of Shaft given Principle Shear Stress
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Equivalent Bending Moment When Shaft is Subjected to Fluctuating Loads
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Equivalent Torsional Moment When Shaft is Subjected to Fluctuating Loads
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Principle Shear Stress- maximum shear stress theory of failure
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Band Brakes
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Angle of Wrap given Tension on the Loose Side of the Band
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Coefficient of Friction between the Friction Lining and the Brake Drum
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Radius of Brake Drum given Torque Absorbed by the Brake
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Tension of the Tight Side of the Band
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Tension on Loose Side of Band given Torque Absorbed by the Brake
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Tension on the Loose Side of the Band
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Tension on Tight Side of Band given Torque Absorbed by the Brake
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Torque Absorbed by the Brake
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Basic Configurations
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Input resistance of the transistor amplifier
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Overall voltage gain when load resistance is connected at the amplifier
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Small signal input resistance in terms of common base current gain
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Small signal input voltage in terms of the transconductance
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Small signal voltage in terms of resistance
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Voltage between gate and source
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9 More Basic Configurations Calculators
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BASIC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS
(16)
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Average distance between the cavities
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Average Transit Time Through The Buncher Gap
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Capacitance at the vane tips
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Cathode Radius
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Conductance of the resonator
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D.C Transit-Time
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Distortion Line
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Drift Space Length
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Integer value
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Length Of Slow Wave Structure
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Number Of Resonant Cavities
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Numerical Number
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Optimum Transit Time
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Shunt Resistance in Parallel Resonant Circuit
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Skin Depth
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Spectral Line Frequency
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3 More BASIC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS Calculators
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BASIC ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTATION
(24)
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Additional Capacitance
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Average Load of Meter
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Average Meter Current
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Breadth Of Former
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Line Voltage
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Magnitude of Input
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Magnitude of Output Response
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Maximum Demand
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Maximum Displacement Deviation
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Maximum Resistance deviation
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Microammeter Current
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Peak Meter Current
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Peak to Peak Voltage Of Waveform
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Potential between the Deflection Plate
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Potentiometer Voltage
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Range of Voltmeter
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RMS Noise Voltage Of Cell
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Thickness Of Strip
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Total iron loss in the Specimen
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Vertical Frequency
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Voltmeter current
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Voltmeter Resistance
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Volume resistance of the insulation
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Wattmeter Reading
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Basic Formulas of Helical Gear
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Angular Velocity of Gear given Speed Ratio
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Angular Velocity of Pinion given Speed Ratio
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Axial Pitch of Helical Gear given helix angle
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Center to Center distance between two Gears
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Normal Circular Pitch of Helical Gear
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Normal Circular Pitch of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
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Normal Pressure Angle of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
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Pitch of Helical Gear given Axial Pitch
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Pitch of Helical Gear given Normal Circular Pitch
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Semi Major Axis of elliptical profile given Radius of curvature at point
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Semi Minor Axis of elliptical profile given Radius of curvature at point
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Speed Ratio for Helical Gears
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Transverse Diametrical Pitch of Helical Gear given Transverse Module
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Transverse Module of Helical Gear given Normal Module
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Transverse Module of Helical Gear given Transverse Diametrical Pitch
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Transverse Pressure Angle of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
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Basic gain cell in an IC amplifier
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Intrinsic gain of the BJT
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Output resistance of the transistor at an intrinsic gain
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Voltage gain of amplifier with current-source load in terms of finite output resistance
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Voltage gain of the amplifier with the current-source load
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7 More Basic gain cell in an IC amplifier Calculators
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BASIC MEASURENTS
(19)
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Actual length of the Specimen
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area affected by the Light incident
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Area of Capillary Tube
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Area Of Detector
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Area of the Bulb
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Average Deviation
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Effective area of the Electrode
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Largest Reading(Xmax)
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Length Of Oscilloscope
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Length of the Capillary Tube
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Location of Point
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Measured Value Of the quantity
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Number of Gaps In Circle
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Number Of Positive Peak
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Number of Revolution made
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Number Of Right Hand Side Peak
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Number of turns per unit length of a magnetic coil
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Smallest reading(Xmin)
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Thickness Of Metal Disc
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BASIC MEASURENTS
(21)
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Area of the thermal contact
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Cross-Sectional Area of Object
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Density of the Liquid
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Depth Of Fluid
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Distance between boundaries
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Float diameter
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Height of liquid in the column
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Height of plates
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Length Of Pipe
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Length of the displacer submerged in the liquid
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Length of the weighing platform
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Mass of dry air or gas in the mixture
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Mass of water vapor in a mixture
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Pipe Diameter
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Specific Weight of Liquid in Manometer
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Weight of air
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Weight of Body in a Liquid
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Weight Of Displacer
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Weight Of Material in Container
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Weight of material on the length of the weighing platform
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Weight on Force Sensor
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Basic Principles
(12)
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DC Bias Voltage
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Drain current in the load line
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Maximum voltage gain at the bias point
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Maximum voltage gain when all voltages are given
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Overdrive voltage when MOSFET acts as an amplifier in terms of load resistance
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Voltage across collector-emitter of BJT Amplifier
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Voltage gain at bias point in terms of overdrive voltage
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Voltage gain at the bias point
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Voltage gain in terms of drain current
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Voltage gain in terms of drain voltage
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Voltage gain when all voltages are given
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Voltage gain when the collector current is given
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9 More Basic Principles Calculators
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Basics of Amplifier
(1)
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Process transconductance parameter of PMOS
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10 More Basics of Amplifier Calculators
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Basics of CMOS-VLSI
(4)
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Capacitor dynamic power
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Drain Voltage
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Static Current
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Static Power Dissipation
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2 More Basics of CMOS-VLSI Calculators
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Basics of Control System
(2)
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Closed-loop gain of the feedback amplifier
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Gain–bandwidth product
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9 More Basics of Control System Calculators
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Basics of DC Generator
(8)
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Armature Resistance of Series DC Generator given Output Power
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Armature Resistance of Series DC Generator using Voltage
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EMF for DC Generator for Wave Winding
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Series Field Resistance of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
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Torque in Series DC Generator using output power
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Torque of Series DC Generator given Angular Speed and Armature Current
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Torque of Series DC Generator given Input Power
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Torque of Series DC Generator given Kf
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2 More Basics of DC Generator Calculators
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Basics of DC Machines
(8)
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Angular Speed of DC Machine
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Back pitch
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Constant of DC Machine
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EMF Generated per Path for Lap Winding
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EMF of DC Machine given Constant of DC Machine
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Frequency given Speed
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Magnetic flux of Series DC Generator given Torque
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Magnetic flux of Series DC Generator using Kf
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Basics of DC Motor
(14)
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Angular Speed given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Armature Current given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Armature Resistance given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Armature Torque given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Armature Torque given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Back EMF
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Current given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Shunt Field Current given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Torque given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Voltage given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Voltage given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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7 More Basics of DC Motor Calculators
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Basics of Induction Motor
(9)
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Frequency given Number of Poles
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Gross Torque developed per phase
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Maximum Running Torque
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Motor Efficiency Using Slip
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Number of Poles given Synchronous Speed
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Reactance given Slip
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Resistance given slip
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Starting Torque of Induction Motor
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Torque of Induction Motor under Running Condition
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3 More Basics of Induction Motor Calculators
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Basics of Microwave Semiconductor Devices
(22)
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Average time to traverse the emitter to collector
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Bandwidth of Negative Resistance Parametric Amplifier
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Bandwidth of Parametric Up-Converter
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Characteristic impedance of circulator
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Figure Of Merit For Nonlinear Capacitor
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Figure Of Merit of Non-linear Capacitor
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First Fourier component of elastance
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Magnitude Of Negative Resistance
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Maximum Allowable Applied Voltage
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Maximum Current Of Device
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Noise Figure Of double side band
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Noise Figure Of Parametric Up-Converter
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Noise Figure Of single side band
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Output Resistance Of Idler Generator
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Output Resistance Of Signal Generator
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Ratio negative resistance to series resistance
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Reactive Impedence
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Room Temperature
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Saturation Drift Velocity
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Static Figure Of Merit Cut-off Frequency
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Total Series Resistance At Fi
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Total Series Resistance At Fs
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Basics of Solid State Devices
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AC Conductance(Gs)
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Amplitude Of Wave Function
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Liquid Concentration
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Mean Free Path
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Optical Generation Rate(gop)
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Phi-dependent Wave Function
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Successive value of Integer
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Thermal Generation Of EHP
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Thermal Generation Rate
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Uncompensated Charge(Q)
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3 More Basics of Solid State Devices Calculators
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Basics of Synchronous Motor
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Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
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Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
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Ka of Synchronous Motor given Back Emf
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Magnetic Flux of Synchronous Motor given Back EMF
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Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given 3-phase Input Power
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Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given Input Power
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Synchronous Speed of Synchronous Motor given ka
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Synchronous Speed of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
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Basics of Transformer
(12)
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Area of Core given EMF Induced in Primary Winding
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Area of Core given EMF Induced in Secondary Winding
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Frequency given EMF Induced in Primary Winding
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Frequency given EMF Induced in Secondary Winding
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Maximum Flux Density given Primary Winding
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Maximum Flux Density using Secondary Winding
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Maximum Flux in Core using Primary Winding
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Maximum Flux in Core using Secondary Winding
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Number of Turns in Primary winding
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Number of Turns in Primary Winding given Transformation Ratio
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Number of Turns in Secondary Winding
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Number of Turns in Secondary Winding given Transformation Ratio
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2 More Basics of Transformer Calculators
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Bending Moment in Spiral Spring
(4)
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Bending Moment due to Force given Angle of Rotation of Arbor With Respect to Drum
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Bending Moment due to Force given Deflection of one End of Spring
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Bending Moment due to the Force
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Bending Moment given Strain Energy Stored in Spring
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BJT
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Base Resistance
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Base Transit Time
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Collector Depletion Layer Charging Time
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Collector Depletion layer Transit Time
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Collector Frequency Capacitance
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Emitter Base Junction Charging Time
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Emitter To Collector Delay Time
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Emitter To Collector Distance
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Emitter-Base Junction Charging Time
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Junction capacitance at voltage V
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Block Brake With Long Shoe
(2)
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Actual Coefficient of Friction given Equivalent Coefficient of Friction
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Equivalent Coefficient of Friction in Block Brake With Long Shoe
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Block Brake With Short Shoe
(8)
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Braking Torque When Brakes are Applied
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Coefficient of Friction given Braking Torque
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Length of the Block given Normal Reaction
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Normal Reaction Force
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Normal Reaction Force given Braking Torque
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Permissible Pressure Between Block and Brake Drum given Normal Reaction
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Radius of the Drum Brake given Braking Torque
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Width of the Block given Normal Reaction Force
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Bohr's Atomic Model
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Angular Momentum using Radius of Orbit
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Bohr's Radius
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Change in Wave Number of Moving Particle
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Change in Wavelength of Moving Particle
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Frequency using Energy
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Total Energy of Electron
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Velocity of Particle
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Wave Number of Moving Particle
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Wavelength of Moving Particle
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Wavelength Using Energy
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12 More Bohr's Atomic Model Calculators
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Bolted Joints
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Core Diameter of Bolt given Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Core Diameter of Bolt given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Diameter of Hole inside Bolt
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Factor of Safety given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Diameter of Hole inside Bolt
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Tensile Force on Bolt given Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Yield Strength of Bolt in Tension given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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10 More Bolted Joints Calculators
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Buffer Solution
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Buffer Capacity
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Maximum pOH of Acidic Buffer
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8 More Buffer Solution Calculators
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Building Blocks of Integrated-Circuit Amplifiers
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Finite input resistance of small-signal operation of current mirrors in terms of transconductance
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Output current of the IC amplifier
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Output current of the IC Amplifier when incremental voltage is given
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Output resistance in small-signal operation of current mirrors
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Reference current of BJT Mirror
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CAPACITANCE
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Capacitance due to space between the specimen and the dielectric
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Capacitance of Amplifier
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Capacitance of Cable
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Capacitance Of Voltmeter
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Change in Resistance
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Current generator capacitance
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Effective Capacitance of Cs and Co
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Parallel plate relative permeability
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Self-Capacitance of Coil
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Capacitor
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Capacitance for Parallel Plate Capacitors with Dielectric between them
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Capacitor with dielectric
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Energy Density given electric field
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Energy Density in Electric Field given Free Space Permittivity
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15 More Capacitor Calculators
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Castigliano's Theorem for Deflection in Complex Structures
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Cross-sectional Area of Rod given Strain Energy stored in Rod
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Force Applied on Rod given Strain Energy Stored in Tension Rod
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Length of Rod given Strain Energy Stored
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Length of Shaft given Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Length of Shaft When Strain Energy in the Shaft Subjected to External Torque
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Modulus of Elasticity given Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Modulus of Elasticity of Rod given Strain Energy Stored
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Modulus of Rigidity of Rod given Strain Energy in Rod
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Moment of Inertia of Shaft When Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Polar Moment of Inertia of Rod given Strain Energy in Rod
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Strain Energy in the Rod When it is Subjected to External Torque
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Strain Energy Stored in Tension Rod
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Torque given Strain Energy in Rod Subjected to External Torque
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Cationic Salt Hydrolysis
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Concentration of Hydronium Ion in Salt of Weak Acid and Strong Base
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Hydrolysis Constant in Strong Acid and Weak Base
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Cellular Concepts
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Average calling time
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Maximum calls per hour per cell
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New Traffic Load
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Offered Load A
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Traffic Load
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Charge Carrier
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Carrier Lifetime
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Conduction Band Edge
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Coulomb Constant(K)
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Current Due To Optical Generator Carrier
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Distribution Coefficient
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Energy Gap
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Fermi Function
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Majority Carrier Decay
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Mean Time Spend By Carrier
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Net rate Of Change In Conduction Band(ar)
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Transition Width(W)
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Valence Band Edge
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1 More Charge Carrier Calculators
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Circumference of Circle
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Circumference of Circle given diameter
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Coefficients
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Sample coefficient of variation
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6 More Coefficients Calculators
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Common Mode Rejection Ratio
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Collect current when small difference of input voltage is made in BJT Amplifier
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Differential gain of BJT Amplifier when resistance in the emitter leads
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Differential gain of the BJT differential amplifier
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Differential input resistance of the BJT Amplifier
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Emitter current of the BJT differential amplifier
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Voltage gain of BJT differential half-circuit
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5 More Common Mode Rejection Ratio Calculators
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Common-base amplifier
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Emitter current of the common-base amplifier
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Input resistance of the common-base amplifier
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Input resistance of the common-base amplifier in terms of emitter resistance
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Overall voltage gain of the common-base amplifier in terms of transconductance
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Common-emitter amplifier
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Input resistance of common emitter amplifier in terms of small-signal input resistance
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Input resistance of common-emitter amplifier in terms of emitter resistance
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Input resistance of the common emitter amplifier
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Output resistance of the common-emitter amplifier
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Overall voltage gain of common-emitter amplifier in terms of emitter resistance
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Overall voltage gain of the common-emitter amplifier
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Common-Gate (CG) and the Common-Base (CB) Amplifiers
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Input resistance of the common-collector amplifier
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Input resistance of the MOSFETs transconductance
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Open-circuit voltage gain of the CS amplifier
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Output resistance of the buffer amplifier
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Output resistance of the common-drain amplifier
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Output resistance of the Emitter-Follower Output
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Overall voltage gain of the amplifier
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Overall voltage gain of the amplifier when load resistance is connected to the output
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Overall voltage gain of the buffer amplifier when the load resistance is given
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Overall voltage gain of the common-collector amplifier
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Overall voltage gain of the source follower
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Voltage gain of the buffer amplifier
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Voltage gain of the common-drain amplifier
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Voltage gain of the CS amplifier
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1 More Common-Gate (CG) and the Common-Base (CB) Amplifiers Calculators
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Common-source amplifier
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Overall voltage gain of the common-source amplifier
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2 More Common-source amplifier Calculators
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Concentration Terms
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Molarity
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Molarity using Molality
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Molarity using Mole Fraction
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Mole Fraction of Solute
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Mole Fraction of Solvent
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Mole Fraction Using Molarity
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Number of Moles of Solute using Molarity
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14 More Concentration Terms Calculators
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Concentric Springs
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Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Cross-Sectional Area of Inner Spring given Axial force transmitted
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Cross-sectional Area of Inner Spring Wire
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Cross-sectional Area of Outer Spring given Axial force transmitted
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Cross-sectional Area of Outer Spring Wire
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Wire Diameter of Inner Spring given Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Wire Diameter of Inner Spring given Radial Clearance between Springs
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Wire Diameter of Outer Spring given Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Wire Diameter of Outer Spring given Radial Clearance between Springs
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1 More Concentric Springs Calculators
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Continuous Conduction Mode
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Duty Cycle for Buck Regulator (CCM)
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Input Voltage for Buck Regulator (CCM)
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Output Voltage for Buck Regulator (CCM)
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Continuous Conduction Mode
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Duty Cycle for Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Input Voltage for Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Output Voltage for Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Continuous Conduction Mode
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Duty Cycle for Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Input Voltage for Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Output Voltage for Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Core Diameter
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Core Diameter of Bolt given Diameter of Hole Inside Bolt
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4 More Core Diameter Calculators
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Criteria for the design
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Average Holding Time
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Average Number of Call
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Average Poisson Call Arrival Rate
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Downtime for High Availability
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High Availability
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Traffic Flow of Traffic Intensity
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Trunk Occupancy
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Unavailability of System
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Uptime for High Availability
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Crossed Belt Drives
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Belt Length for Cross Belt Drive
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Center Distance given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Diameter of Big Pulley given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Diameter of Small Pulley given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Cuk Regulator
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Duty Cycle for Cuk Regulator
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Input Voltage for Cuk Regulator
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Output Voltage for Cuk Regulator
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Current
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Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Input Power
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Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Torque
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Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Voltage
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Field Current of DC shunt motor
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Shunt Field Current
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Shunt Field Current of Shunt DC Motor
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Current
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Current using Complex Power
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Current using Power Factor
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Electric Current using Reactive Power
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Electric Current using Real Power
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Line to Neutral Current using Reactive Power
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Line to Neutral Current using Real Power
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RMS Current using Reactive Power
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RMS Current using Real Power
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Current
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Armature Current given Power
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Field Current using Load Current
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Load Current
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Current
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Primary Current given Primary Leakage Reactance
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Primary Current given Voltage Transformation Ratio
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Primary Current using Primary Parameters
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Secondary Current given Secondary Leakage Reactance
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Secondary Current given Voltage Transformation Ratio
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Secondary Current using Secondary Parameters
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Current
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Armature Current in Series DC Generator using output power
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Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Converted Power
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Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Kf
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Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Output Power
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Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Torque
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Armature Current of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
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Load Current of Series DC Generator given Load Power
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Load Current of Series DC Generator given Output Power
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Current
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Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Input Power
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Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Torque
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Armature Current of Series DC Motor using Voltage
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Current
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Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
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Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
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Load Current of Synchronous Motor given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Load Current of Synchronous Motor using 3-phase Input Power
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Current
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A-phase Current using a-phase voltage(LGF)
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A-phase Current Using Fault impedance (LGF)
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A-phase Current Using Negative Sequence Current (LGF)
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A-phase Current Using Positive Sequence Current (LGF)
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A-phase Current Using Zero Sequence Current (LGF)
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Negative Sequence Current for L-G-F
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Negative Sequence Current Using a-Phase Current (LGF)
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Negative Sequence Current Using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Negative Sequence Impedance for L-G-F
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Negative Sequence Impedance Using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Negative Sequence Voltage for L-G-F
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Negative Sequence Voltage Using a-phase Current (LGF)
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Positive Sequence Current for L-G-F
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Positive Sequence Current Using a-phase Current (LGF)
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Positive Sequence Current Using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Positive Sequence Current Using Fault Impedance(LGF)
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Zero Sequence Current for L-G-F
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Zero Sequence current using a-phase Current (LGF)
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Zero Sequence Current Using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Current
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B-phase Current (LLF)
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B-phase Current Using Fault Impedance (LLF)
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C-phase Current Using Fault Impedance (LLF)
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C-phase Current(LLF)
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Negative Sequence Current(LLF)
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Positive Sequence Current (LLF)
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Current
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B-Phase Current (LLGF)
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C-Phase Current (LLGF)
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Fault Current (LLGF)
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Fault Current using b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Fault Current Using c-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Negative Sequence Current Using Negative Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
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Positive Sequence Current Using Positive Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
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Zero Sequence Current Using b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Zero Sequence Current using c-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Zero Sequence Current Using Zero Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
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Current
(8)
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Receiving End Current Using Impedance (STL)
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Receiving End Current Using Losses(STL)
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Receiving End Current Using Receiving End Power (STL)
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Receiving End Current Using Sending End Angle (STL)
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Receiving End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
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Sending End Current Using Losses (STL)
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Sending End Current Using Sending End Power (STL)
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Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
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Current & Voltage
(5)
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Load Current(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using K(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Current & Voltage
(6)
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Load Current Using Line Losses(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Load Current(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage (Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material(2-Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Current & Voltage
(8)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-section(DC 3-wire)
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Load Current Using Line Losses(DC 3-wire)
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Load Current(DC 3-wire)
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Maximum Power Using Constant(DC 3-wire)
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Maximum Power Using Load Current(DC 3-wire)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(DC 3-wire)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses(DC 3-wire)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (DC 3-wire)
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Current & Voltage
(9)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-Section(single Phase two Wire OS)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Load Current(single Phase two Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(single phase two wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (single Phase two Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section(single Phase two Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (single Phase two Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Current & Voltage
(10)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-Section(single Phase two - Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Load Current(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Maximum Voltage(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-section(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Current & Voltage
(11)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-section(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Load Current(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(1-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (1-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Current & Voltage
(10)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-section(2-phase 4-wire OS)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Load Current(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(2-phase 4-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section(2-phase 4-wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Current & Voltage
(8)
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Load Current(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Resistance(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Resistivity Using Area Of X-section(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-section(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Current & Voltage
(7)
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Load Current(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section(3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-section(3-phase 4-wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Current & Voltage
(12)
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Load Current In Each Outer (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Load Current of Neutral Wire (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-Section(2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Load Current(2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section(2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Maximum Voltage(2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section(2-phase 3-wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Current & Voltage
(17)
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Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Load Current Using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Load Current Using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage(1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Current & Voltage
(8)
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Receiving End Angle (LTL)
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Receiving End Angle Using Hyperbolic Sine(LTL)
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Receiving End Current Using Sending End Current (LTL)
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Receiving End Current Using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Receiving End Voltage Using Sending End Current (LTL)
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Receiving End Voltage Using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Sending End Current (LTL)
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Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Current & Voltage
(7)
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Load Current (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Load Current Using Volume Of Conductor Material (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Current & Voltage
(14)
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Current Using Line Losses (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Load Current Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Between Each Phase And Neutral (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (DC Three-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using RMS Voltage Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material(DC Three-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (3-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Current & Voltage
(14)
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Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Current in Each Outer using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Current In Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Current in Neutral Wire using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Maximum Phase Voltage Between The Outer And Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Current In Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using RMS Voltage between the Outer And Neutral Wire(2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Between The Outer And Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Current In Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Current & Voltage
(10)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-section (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-section (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material(1-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-section (1-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (1-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (1-phase 3-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material(1-phase 3-wire US)
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Current & Voltage
(8)
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Load Current (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Current & Voltage
(10)
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Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Load Current Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Load Current Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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RMS Voltage Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Current & Voltage
(5)
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Load Current (2-wire Mid-point DC US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (2-wire Mid-point earthed DC US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (2-wire Mid-point DC US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-wire Mid-point DC US)
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RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (2-wire Mid-point earthed DC US)
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Current & Voltage
(3)
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Load Current Using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section(DC Two-Wire US)
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Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Current and Voltage characteristics of transistor
(4)
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Collector Current given Early Voltage for PNP transistor
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Collector Current using early Voltage for NPN Transistor
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Output resistance of BJT
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Output resistance of transistor when base current is constant
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Current Electricity
(3)
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Drift Speed
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Drift Speed given Cross-Sectional Area
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Temperature Dependence of Resistance
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18 More Current Electricity Calculators
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Current flow
(13)
Verified
Base Current 1 of BJT
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Base Current 2 of BJT
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Collector Current of BJT
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Collector Current using Emitter Current
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Collector current when saturation current due to DC voltage
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Common-base current gain
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Common-Emitter Current gain using Common-Base Current Gain
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Concentration of electrons injected from emitter to base
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Emitter Current of BJT
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Emitter Current using Collector Current and Current Gain
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Emitter Current using Common Emitter Current Gain
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Emitter Current using Transistor Constant
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Total base current
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Current-Mirror Circuits with Improved Performance
(3)
Verified
Output current of the Widlar Current Source
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Output resistance of the Wilson MOS Mirror
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Reference current of Wilson current mirror
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5 More Current-Mirror Circuits with Improved Performance Calculators
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C-V Characteristics
(13)
Verified
Area Of Source Diffusion(AS)
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Body effect coefficient
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Built-in potential
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Capacitance gate to base
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Capacitance gate to drain
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Capacitance gate to source
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Capacitance junction between body and bottom of source
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Capacitance of junction between body and sidewalls of source
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Intrinsic gate capacitance
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Length of Source(D)
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Sidewall Perimeter Of Source Diffusion
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Total Source Parasitic Capacitance
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Width Of Source Diffusion
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CW and Frequency-Modulation RADAR
(24)
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Amplitude Of Reference signal
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Amplitude Of The Signal Received From Target at Range Ro
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CFA D.C Power Input
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CFA RF drive power
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CW oscillator voltage
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Distance from antenna 1 to the target
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Distance from antenna 2
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Doppler Frequency Shift
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Echo Signal Voltage
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Efficiency Of Cross-Field Amplifier(CFA)
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Measured position at the nth scan
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Peak quantization lobe
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Phase difference between the echo signals
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Position Smoothing parameter
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Predicted position of the target
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Radar antenna height
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Range-resolution
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RF Power output
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Smoothed position
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Smoothed Velocity
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Target height
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Target Velocity
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Time Between Observations
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Velocity Smoothing Parameter
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Datapath Subsystems
(11)
Verified
Carry-Increamentor Adder Delay
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Carry-Looker Adder (CLA) delay
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Carry-Ripple adder critical path delay
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Carry-Skip Adder Delay
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Group Propagation delay
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K-input AND gate
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Multiplexer Delay
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N-bit carry-skip adder
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N-input AND gate
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Tree Adder Delay
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XOR Delay
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DC Circuits
(1)
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Voltage
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9 More DC Circuits Calculators
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DC Machine Power & Losses
(6)
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Converted Power
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Field Cu Losses
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Mechanical Power given Input Power
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Output Power using Load Current
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Series Field Copper Loss
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Total Loss Power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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DC Motor Power and Losses
(11)
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Armature Copper Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Constant Losses given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Converted Power given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Converted Power given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Core Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Field Copper Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Input Power given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Input Power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Mechanical Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Output Power given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Output power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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DC Offset
(3)
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Input Offset Voltage of the BJT Differential Amplifier in terms of collector resistance
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Input Offset Voltage of the MOS Differential Amplifier in terms of saturation current
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Total Input Offset Voltage of the MOS Differential Amplifier in terms of saturation current
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4 More DC Offset Calculators
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DC Series Motor
(16)
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Angular Speed of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Angular Speed of Series DC Motor given Output Power
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Armature Resistance of Series DC Motor given Voltage
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Input Power of Series DC Motor
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K of Series DC Motor Using Speed
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Kf of Series DC Motor given Torque
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Kf of Series DC Motor Using Armature Induced Voltage
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Magnetic Flux of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Magnetic Flux of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Magnetic Flux of Series DC motor given Torque
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Output Power of Series DC Motor
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Series Field Resistance of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Series Field Resistance of Series DC Motor given Voltage
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Speed of Series DC Motor
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Torque of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Torque of Series DC Motor given Output Power
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DC Shunt Generator
(11)
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Armature Copper Loss
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Armature Current for DC shunt generator
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Coil Span
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EMF for DC Generator
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Input Power 3-Phase
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Input Power Per Phase
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Power Generated given Armature Current
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Power Generated given Torque
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Power Loss due to Brush Drop
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Shunt Field Copper Loss
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Shunt Generator Terminal Voltage
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3 More DC Shunt Generator Calculators
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DC Shunt Motor
(17)
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Armature Conductors of DC Shunt Motor using K
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Armature Parallel Path of Shunt DC Motor
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Armature Resistance of Shunt DC Motor given Voltage
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Input Power of Shunt DC Motor
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K of Shunt DC Motor
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K using Speed of Shunt DC Motor
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Kf of DC Shunt Motor
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Kf of DC Shunt Motor given Torque
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Magnetic Flux of DC Shunt Motor given Kf
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Magnetic Flux of DC Shunt Motor given Torque
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Magnetic Flux using Speed of Shunt DC Motor
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Maximum Power Condition of Shunt DC Motor
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Number of Pole of Shunt DC Motor
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Output Power of Shunt DC Motor
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Shunt Field Resistance of Shunt DC Motor given Shunt Field Current
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Torque of DC Shunt Motor given Kf
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Torque of DC Shunt Motor given Output Power
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DC Transfer Characteristics
(6)
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HIGH Noise Margin
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LOW Noise margin
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Maximum LOW input voltage
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Maximum LOW output voltage
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Minimum HIGH input voltage
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Minimum HIGH output voltage
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De Broglie Hypothesis
(1)
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De Brogile Wavelength
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15 More De Broglie Hypothesis Calculators
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Delay
(19)
Verified
Branching effort
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Capacitance of the external load
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Capacitance Offpath
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Capacitance Onpath
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Critical Path Delay
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Delay of Chains
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Delay of the 1-bit propagate gates
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Delay of the AND-OR gate in the gray cell
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Delay Previous with respect to delay rise
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Drive of an arbitrary gate
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Edge rate
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Fanout of the gate
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Input capacitance of the gate
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Logical effort(g)
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Normalized delay
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Parasitic capacitance
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Propagation delay
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Stage effort
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Total capacitance seen by a stage
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Delta Connection
(3)
Created
Delta Impedance for Delta Connected Load using Negative Sequence Voltage
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Delta Impedance for Delta Connected Load using Positive Sequence Voltage
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Delta Impedance Using Star Impedance
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Density & Concentration
(11)
Verified
Acceptor Concentration(Na)
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Conduction Band Concentration(no)
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Donor Concentration(Nd)
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Effective Density of state(Nc)
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Effective Density State in Valence Band(Nv)
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Excess Carrier Concentration
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Grade Constant
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Impurity Concentration In Solid
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Intrinsic Concentration when boltzmann constant is Provided
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Probability Density Function
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Total Carrier Current Density
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Density for gases
(2)
Verified
Mass of Gas using Vapor Density
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Vapour Density of Gas Using Mass
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15 More Density for gases Calculators
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Design Against Fluctuating Load
(22)
Verified
Diameter of Spring Wire given Mean Stress in Spring
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Diameter of Spring Wire given Torsional Stress Amplitude
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Force Amplitude of Spring
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Force Amplitude on Spring given Torsional Stress Amplitude
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Maximum Force on Spring given Force Amplitude
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Maximum Force on Spring given Mean Force
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Mean Coil Diameter of Spring given Torsional Stress Amplitude
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Mean Diameter of Spring coil given Mean Stress on Spring
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Mean Force on spring
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Mean Force on Spring given Mean Stress
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Mean Stress on Spring
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Minimum Force on Spring given Force Amplitude
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Minimum Force on Spring given Mean Force
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Shear Stress Correction Factor for Spring given Mean Stress
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Shear Stress Factor for Spring given Torsional stress amplitude
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Shear Yield Strength of Oil-hardened Tempered Steel Wires
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Shear Yield Strength of Patented and Cold-drawn Steel Wires
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Spring Index given Mean Stress on spring
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Spring Index given Torsional Stress Amplitude
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Torsional Stress Amplitude in Spring
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Ultimate Tensile Stress of Ol hardened tempered Steel wires
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Ultimate Tensile Stress of Patented and Cold drawn Steel wires
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Design of Hollow Shaft
(18)
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Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on Basis oF Torsional Rigidity
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Axial Tensile Force given Tensile Stress in the Hollow Shaft
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Inner Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Ratio of Diameters
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Length of Shaft given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
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Modulus of Rigidity given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on basis of Torsional Rigidity
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Outer Diameter given Ratio of Diameters
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Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Angle of Twist- Torsional Rigidity
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Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Principle Stress
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Outer Diameter of Shaft given Torsional Shear Stress
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Principle Stress- Maximum Principle Stress Theory
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Ratio of Diameter given Torsional Shear Stress in Hollow Shaft
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Ratio of Diameters given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft and Torsional Rigidity
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Ratio of Diameters given Bending Stress of Hollow Shaft
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Ratio of Diameters given Principle Stress
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Ratio of Diameters given Tensile Stress in Hollow Shaft
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Ratio of Inner Diameter to Outer Diameter
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Torsional Moment given Angle of Twist on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
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Torsional Moment given Torsional Shear Stress in Hollow Shaft
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5 More Design of Hollow Shaft Calculators
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Design of Kennedy Key
(10)
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Compressive Stress in Kennedy Key
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Diameter of Shaft given Compressive Stress in Kennedy Key
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Diameter of Shaft given Shear Stress in Kennedy Key
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Length of Kennedy Key given Compressive Stress in Key
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Length of Kennedy Key given Shear Stress in Key
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Shear Stress in Kennedy Key
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Torque Transmitted by Kennedy Key given Compressive Stress in Key
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Torque Transmitted by Kennedy Key given Shear Stress in Key
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Width of Key given Compressive Stress in the Key
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Width of Key given Shear Stress in the Key
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Design of Machine Elements
(11)
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Compressive Stress of Spigot
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Equivalent Stress by Distortion Energy Theory
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Factor of Safety for bi-axial State of Stress
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Factor of Safety for Tri-axial State of Stress
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Permissible Shear Stress for Cotter
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Permissible Shear Stress for Spigot
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Polar Moment of Inertia of Solid Circular Shaft
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Shear yield strength by maximum distortion energy theory
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Shear yield strength by maximum shear stress theory
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Stress Amplitude
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Tensile Stress in Spigot
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5 More Design of Machine Elements Calculators
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Design of Square and Flat Keys
(13)
Verified
Compressive Stress in Key
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Compressive Stress in Square Key due to Transmitted Torque
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Force on Key
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Height of Key given Compressive Stress in Key
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Length of Key given Compressive Stress in Key
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Length of Key given Shear Stress
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Shaft Diameter given Compressive Stress in Key
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Shaft Diameter given Force on Key
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Shear Stress in given Force on Key
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Shear Stress in Key given Torque Transmitted
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Torque Transmitted by Keyed Shaft given Force on Keys
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Torque Transmitted by Keyed Shaft given Stress in Key
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Width of Key given Shear Stress in Key
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Different Parameters Using g Parameters
(16)
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A Parameter in terms of g11 Parameter
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A Parameter in terms of g12 Parameter
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A Parameter in terms of g21 Parameter
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A Parameter in terms of g22 Parameter
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D' Parameter in terms of g11 Parameter
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D' Parameter in terms of g12 Parameter
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D' Parameter in terms of g21 Parameter
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D' Parameter in terms of g22 Parameter
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y22 Parameter in terms of g11 Parameter
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y22 Parameter in terms of g12 Parameter
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y22 Parameter in terms of g21 Parameter
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y22 Parameter in terms of g22 Parameter
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z11 Parameter in terms of g11 Parameter
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z11 Parameter in terms of g12 Parameter
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z11 Parameter in terms of g21 Parameter
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z11 Parameter in terms of g22 Parameter
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Different Parameters Using h Parameters
(16)
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A' Parameter in terms of h11 Parameter
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A' Parameter in terms of h12 Parameter
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A' Parameter in terms of h21 Parameter
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A' Parameter in terms of h22 Parameter
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D Parameter in terms of h11 Parameter
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D Parameter in terms of h12 Parameter
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D Parameter in terms of h21 Parameter
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D Parameter in terms of h22 Parameter
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y11 Parameter in terms of h11 Parameter
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y11 Parameter in terms of h12 Parameter
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y11 Parameter in terms of h21 Parameter
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y11 Parameter in terms of h22 Parameter
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z22 Parameter in terms of h11 Parameter
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z22 Parameter in terms of h12 Parameter
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z22 Parameter in terms of h21 Parameter
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z22 Parameter in terms of h22 Parameter
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Different Parameters Using T Parameters
(16)
Created
g21 Parameter in terms of A Parameter
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g21 Parameter in terms of B Parameter
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g21 Parameter in terms of C Parameter
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g21 Parameter in terms of D Parameter
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h21 Parameter in terms of A Parameter
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h21 Parameter in terms of B Parameter
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h21 Parameter in terms of C Parameter
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h21 Parameter in terms of D Parameter
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y21 Parameter in terms of A Parameter
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y21 Parameter in terms of B Parameter
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y21 Parameter in terms of C Parameter
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y21 Parameter in terms of D Parameter
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z21 Parameter in terms of A Parameter
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z21 Parameter in terms of B Parameter
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z21 Parameter in terms of C Parameter
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z21 Parameter in terms of D Parameter
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Different Parameters Using T' Parameters
(16)
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g12 Parameter in terms of A' Parameter
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g12 Parameter in terms of B' Parameter
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g12 Parameter in terms of C' Parameter
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g12 Parameter in terms of D' Parameter
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h12 Parameter in terms of A' Parameter
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h12 Parameter in terms of B' Parameter
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h12 Parameter in terms of C' Parameter
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h12 Parameter in terms of D' Parameter
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y12 Parameter in terms of A' Parameter
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y12 Parameter in terms of B' Parameter
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y12 Parameter in terms of C' Parameter
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y12 Parameter in terms of D' Parameter
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z12 Parameter in terms of A' Parameter
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z12 Parameter in terms of B' Parameter
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z12 Parameter in terms of C' Parameter
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z12 Parameter in terms of D' Parameter
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Different Parameters Using y Parameters
(16)
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B Parameter in terms of y11 Parameter
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B' Parameter in terms of y11 Parameter
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B Parameter in terms of y12 Parameter
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B' Parameter in terms of y12 Parameter
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B Parameter in terms of y21 Parameter
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B' Parameter in terms of y21 Parameter
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B Parameter in terms of y22 Parameter
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B' Parameter in terms of y22 Parameter
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g22 Parameter in terms of y11 Parameter
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g22 Parameter in terms of y12 Parameter
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g22 Parameter in terms of y21 Parameter
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g22 Parameter in terms of y22 Parameter
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h11 Parameter in terms of y11 Parameter
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h11 Parameter in terms of y12 Parameter
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h11 Parameter in terms of y21 Parameter
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h11 Parameter in terms of y22 Parameter
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Different Parameters Using z Parameters
(16)
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C Parameter in terms of z11 Parameter
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C' Parameter in terms of z11 Parameter
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C Parameter in terms of z12 Parameter
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C' Parameter in terms of z12 Parameter
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C Parameter in terms of z21 Parameter
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C' Parameter in terms of z21 Parameter
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C Parameter in terms of z22 Parameter
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C' Parameter in terms of z22 Parameter
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g11 Parameter in terms of z11 Parameter
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g11 Parameter in terms of z12 Parameter
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g11 Parameter in terms of z21 Parameter
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g11 Parameter in terms of z22 Parameter
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h22 Parameter in terms of z11 Parameter
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h22 Parameter in terms of z12 Parameter
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h22 Parameter in terms of z21 Parameter
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h22 Parameter in terms of z22 Parameter
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Digital Image Processing
(4)
Verified
Digital Image Column
Go
Verified
Digital Image Row(M)
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Verified
Number of Bits
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Number Of Grey Level(L)
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Digital Switching System
(3)
Verified
Number of SE in equivalent multistage
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Number of SE in Single Switch
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Switching Element Advantage Factor
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Diode
(9)
Verified
Current in Zener diode(Zener current)
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Cut-off frequency of varactor diode
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Diode Equation given Saturation Current
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Ideal Diode Equation at room temperature
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Non-Ideal Diode Equation
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Quality Factor of Varactor Diode
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Self-Resonance Frequency of Varactor Diode
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Thermal voltage of Diode equation
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Thermal Voltage or Voltage equivalent of temperature
Go
2 More Diode Calculators
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Diode
(7)
Verified
Average diode temperature in °K
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Verified
Diode temperature
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Verified
Negative Conductance Of Diode
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Verified
Reflection Coefficient from circulator to tunnel diode
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Verified
Series Resistance Of p-n Junction Diode
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Verified
Series resistance of the diode
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Verified
Tunnel Diode Output Power
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Diodes & Transistors
(1)
Verified
Emitter Injection Efficiency
Go
18 More Diodes & Transistors Calculators
Go
Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) Television
(2)
Verified
Acute Value
Go
Verified
Azimuth Angle
Go
Discontinuous Conduction Mode
(4)
Verified
Commutation Period for Buck Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Inductor Value for Buck Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Output Current for Buck Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Output Voltage for Buck Regulator (DCM)
Go
Discontinuous Conduction Mode
(5)
Verified
Commutation Period for Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Duty Cycle for Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Inductor Value for Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Output Current for Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Output Voltage for Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Discontinuous Conduction Mode
(4)
Verified
Commutation Period for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Inductor Value for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Output Current for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Verified
Output Voltage for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
Go
Disk Brakes
(12)
Verified
Actuating Force
Go
Verified
Actuating Force given Torque Capacity of the Disk Brake
Go
Verified
Angular Dimension of Pad given Area of Brake Pad
Go
Verified
Area of the Pad given Actuating Force
Go
Verified
Average Pressure given Actuating Force
Go
Verified
Coefficient of Friction given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
Go
Verified
Friction Radius given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
Go
Verified
Friction Radius of the Disk Brake
Go
Verified
Inner Radius of Brake Pad given Area of Brake Pad
Go
Verified
Outer Radius of Brake Pad given Area of Brake Pad
Go
Verified
The Area of Brake Pad
Go
Verified
Torque Capacity of the Disk Brake
Go
Double Transverse Fillet Weld
(8)
Verified
Allowable Load per mm Length of Transverse Fillet Weld
Go
Verified
Force Acting given Shear Stress-induced in plane that is inclined at an angle theta
Go
Verified
Leg of Weld given Maximum Shear Stress-induced in Plane
Go
Verified
Leg of Weld given Shear Stress-induced in Plane
Go
Verified
Length of Weld given Maximum Shear Stress-induced in Plane
Go
Verified
Length of Weld given Shear Stress-induced in Plane that is inclined at an Angle theta
Go
Verified
Maximum Shear Stress-induced in Plane that is Inclined at an Angle theta
Go
Verified
Shear Stress-induced in Plane that is inclined at an Angle theta to Horizontal
Go
3 More Double Transverse Fillet Weld Calculators
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Eccentric Load in Plane of Welds
(10)
Verified
Couple on Weld given Torsional Shear Stress in Throat Area of Weld
Go
Verified
Distance of point in Weld from Center of Gravity given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Length of Weld given Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about its Center of Gravity
Go
Verified
Load acting on Weld given Primary Stress
Go
Verified
Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center of Gravity
Go
Verified
Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center of Gravity given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Primary Shear Stress in Weld
Go
Verified
Throat Area of Weld given Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center
Go
Verified
Throat Area of Weld given Primary Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Torsional Shear Stress in Throat Area of Weld
Go
ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION
(19)
Verified
Angular Deflection Of Spring
Go
Verified
Average Monthly Load Factor
Go
Verified
Change in the Irradiation
Go
Verified
Current at Full-scale reading
Go
Verified
Current in the pressure coil circuit
Go
Verified
Deflection Factor
Go
Verified
Deflection Sensitivity
Go
Verified
Degree Per Division
Go
Verified
Detectivity
Go
Verified
Display Rise Time Of Oscilloscope
Go
Verified
Secondary Phasor
Go
Verified
Sensitivity
Go
Verified
Sensitivity OF the LVDT
Go
Verified
Transformer Ratio
Go
Verified
Vertical Peak to Peak Division
Go
Verified
Voltage applied to the wattmeter pressure coil
Go
Verified
Voltage Division Ratio
Go
Verified
Voltage Induced in the S2
Go
Verified
Volts per Division
Go
6 More ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENTATION Calculators
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ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS
(13)
Verified
Base amplifier Current
Go
Verified
Capacitance with no Liquid
Go
Verified
Collector Current
Go
Verified
Current Amplifier Gain
Go
Verified
Loss Coefficient for Various Fitting
Go
Verified
Magnetic Permeability of Liquid
Go
Verified
Non-Conductive Liquid Capacitance
Go
Verified
Source Voltage
Go
Verified
Speed of the conveyor belt
Go
Verified
Velocity of the moving boundaries
Go
Verified
Voltage across the Capacitance
Go
Verified
Volume Flow Rate
Go
Verified
Volume of Material in Container
Go
Electromagnetic Induction
(5)
Verified
Current Value for Alternating Current
Go
Created
EMF Induced in Rotating Coil
Go
Verified
Power Factor
Go
Verified
Resonant Frequency for LCR Circuit
Go
Created
Total Flux in Mutual Inductance
Go
10 More Electromagnetic Induction Calculators
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Electrons & Holes
(17)
Verified
Concentration of holes in valence band(po)
Go
Verified
Difference in Electron Concentrtion
Go
Verified
Electron Component
Go
Verified
Electron Concentration N1
Go
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Electron Concentration N2
Go
Verified
Electron Current Density
Go
Verified
Electron Flux Density
Go
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Electron In The region
Go
Verified
Electron Multiplication
Go
Verified
Electron Out of The Region
Go
Verified
Hole Component
Go
Verified
Hole Current Density
Go
Verified
Intrinsic Electron Concentration
Go
Verified
Intrinsic hole Concentration
Go
Verified
Length from electron (L)
Go
Verified
Mean Time Spend By hole
Go
Verified
Radius of nth Orbit of electron
Go
Electrons & Holes
(1)
Verified
Ionic Collision(p)
Go
10 More Electrons & Holes Calculators
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Embedded System
(14)
Verified
Acceleration Execution Time
Go
Verified
Compilation
Go
Verified
CPU Time For Useful Work
Go
Verified
CPU Utilization
Go
Verified
Cyclomatic Complexity
Go
Verified
Execution Time
Go
Verified
Number Of Component in the Graph
Go
Verified
Number Of Edges in Control Complexity
Go
Verified
Optimization
Go
Verified
Read Time
Go
Verified
Total Available CPU Time
Go
Verified
Total Speed Up For Kernel
Go
Verified
Translation
Go
Verified
Write Time
Go
End Condenser Method
(7)
Created
Capacitive Current(ECM)
Go
Created
Impedance(ECM)
Go
Created
Receiving End Current(ECM)
Go
Created
Receiving End Voltage(ECM)
Go
Created
Sending End Current Using Impedance(ECM)
Go
Created
Sending End Current(ECM)
Go
Created
Sending End Voltage(ECM)
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Energy Equations
(15)
Verified
Brake Drum Rotational Angle in terms of Work Done by Brake
Go
Verified
Braking Torque given Work Done by the Brake
Go
Verified
Final Angular Velocity of the Body given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
Go
Verified
Final Velocity given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by the Brakes
Go
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Initial Angular Velocity of the Body given Kinetic Energy of the Rotating Body
Go
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Initial Velocity of the System given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by the Brakes
Go
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Kinetic Energy Absorbed by the Brake
Go
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Kinetic energy of Rotating Body
Go
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Mass of System given Potential Energy Absorbed During Braking Period
Go
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Mass of the System given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by the Brakes
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Mass of the System given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
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Moment of Inertia of System given Kinetic Energy of the Rotating Body
Go
Verified
Potential Energy Absorbed During Braking Period
Go
Verified
Radius of Gyration given Kinetic Energy of the Rotating Body
Go
Verified
Total Energy Absorbed by Brake
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Entropy Generation
(3)
Verified
Entropy using Helmholtz Free Energy
Go
Verified
Internal Energy using Helmholtz Free Energy
Go
Verified
Temperature using Helmholtz free Energy
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7 More Entropy Generation Calculators
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Equalization, Diversity, and Channel Coding
(12)
Verified
Capability of error correction bits
Go
Verified
Coding Noise
Go
Verified
Expected number of Transmission
Go
Verified
Hamming Distance
Go
Verified
Header bits
Go
Verified
Information bits
Go
Verified
Number of bits per word
Go
Verified
Success Probability
Go
Verified
Undetected error probability per single-word message
Go
Verified
Undetected Probability per Word
Go
Verified
Unsuccess Probability
Go
Verified
Word error rate
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Equilibrium
(11)
Verified
Concentration of Hydronium ion using pH
Go
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Concentration of Hydronium ion Using pOH
Go
Verified
Ionic Product of Water
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Verified
pH of Salt of Weak Acid and Strong Base
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pH of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak base
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pH of Salt of Weak Base and Strong Base
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pH Value of Ionic Product of Water
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pOH of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Verified
pOH of Salt of Weak Base and Strong Base
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Verified
pOH of Strong acid and Strong base
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Relation between pH and pOH
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3 More Equilibrium Calculators
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Equipments
(1)
Verified
Angle of Inclined Manometer
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8 More Equipments Calculators
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Equivalent Bearing Load
(7)
Verified
Axial Thrust Load on Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
Go
Verified
Equivalent Dynamic Load for Back to Back Bearings when subjected to Pure Radial Load
Go
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Equivalent Dynamic Load for Back to Back Bearings when subjected to Pure Thrust Load
Go
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Race Rotation Factor for Bearing given Radial Factor
Go
Verified
Radial Factor of Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
Go
Verified
Radial Load of Bearing given Radial Factor
Go
Verified
Thrust Factor on Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
Go
1 More Equivalent Bearing Load Calculators
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Equivalent weight
(1)
Verified
Relative Atomic Mass
Go
14 More Equivalent weight Calculators
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ERROR MEASUREMENT
(8)
Verified
Absolute Static Error of quantity A
Go
Verified
Erroneous Quantity
Go
Verified
Nominal Value
Go
Verified
Percentage Error
Go
Verified
Relative Limiting Error
Go
Verified
Relative Static Error
Go
Verified
True Quantity
Go
Verified
True Value of Quantity(At)
Go
Errors
(2)
Verified
Residual Standard Error
Go
Verified
Residual Standard Error Using P Value
Go
5 More Errors Calculators
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Extra Full Length Leaves
(23)
Verified
Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Verified
Bending Stress in the Plate Extra Full Length
Go
Verified
Deflection of leaf Spring at load point
Go
Verified
Force applied at end of Spring given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Verified
Force applied at end of Spring given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
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Force applied at end of Spring given Force taken by extra full length leaves
Go
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Length of Cantilever given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
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Length of Cantilever given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
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Length of Cantilever given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
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Modulus of Elasticity of leaf of leaf spring given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
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Modulus of Elasticity of Spring given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
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Number of extra full length leaves given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
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Number of extra full length leaves given Deflection at end of Spring
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Number of extra full length leaves given Deflection of Spring at load point
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Deflection at End of Spring
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Force taken by extra full length leaves
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Portion of Force taken by extra full length leaf given deflection of Spring at load point
Go
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Thickness of each leaf given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Thickness of each leaf given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
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Width of each leaf given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Width of each leaf of leaf Spring given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
Verified
Width of Leaf given Deflection at end of Spring
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2 More Extra Full Length Leaves Calculators
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FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION
(16)
Verified
Diameter Of Fiber
Go
Verified
Fiber Attenuation Coefficient
Go
Verified
Fiber Length
Go
Verified
Gaussian Pulse
Go
Verified
Graded Index Fiber
Go
Verified
Group Delay
Go
Verified
Normalized Frequency
Go
Verified
Numerical Aperture
Go
Verified
Optical Fiber Dispersion
Go
Verified
Optical Pulse
Go
Verified
Plane Wave Velocity
Go
Verified
Power Loss In Fiber
Go
Verified
Ray Optics Critical Angle
Go
Verified
Refractive Index Of Fiber Core
Go
Verified
Refractive Index Of The Cladding
Go
Verified
Total Number Of Modes MN
Go
1 More FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION Calculators
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Fluid Force
(5)
Verified
Area of Wetted Surface given Total Hydrostatic Force
Go
Verified
Distance between Plates given Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
Go
Verified
Friction Factor given Frictional Velocity
Go
Verified
Normal Stress 2
Go
Verified
Shear Stress using Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
Go
13 More Fluid Force Calculators
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Fluid in Motion
(4)
Verified
Metacentric Height given Time Period of Rolling
Go
Verified
Rate of Flow given Head loss in Laminar Flow
Go
Verified
Rate of Flow given Hydraulic Transmission Power
Go
Verified
Reynolds Number given Frictional Factor of Laminar Flow
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13 More Fluid in Motion Calculators
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Fluid Mechanics
(1)
Verified
Velocity of Moving Plates given Dynamic Viscosity
Go
24 More Fluid Mechanics Calculators
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Force Taken By Leaves
(8)
Verified
Force applied at end of Spring given Bending Stress on Graduated length leaves
Go
Verified
Force Applied at End of Spring given Force Taken by Graduated length Leaves
Go
Verified
Force taken by Extra Full length leaves given Number of leaves
Go
Verified
Force Taken by Full Length Leaves given Bending Stress in Plate Extra Full Length
Go
Verified
Force Taken by Full length Leaves given Force at end of Spring
Go
Verified
Force taken by Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in Plate
Go
Verified
Force Taken by Graduated length leaves given Deflection at Load Point
Go
Verified
Force taken by graduated length leaves given force applied at end of spring
Go
3 More Force Taken By Leaves Calculators
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Frequency
(3)
Verified
Frequency of category
Go
Verified
Relative frequency of category
Go
Verified
Sum of all frequency
Go
Frequency
(6)
Verified
Cut-Off Frequency Of microwave
Go
Verified
Idler frequency
Go
Verified
Maximum frequency of oscillations
Go
Verified
Output Frequency in Up-Convertor
Go
Verified
Pumping frequency
Go
Verified
Signal frequency
Go
Frequency & Q-Factor
(3)
Created
Frequency using Time Period
Go
Created
Q-factor for Parallel RLC Circuit
Go
Created
Q-factor for Series RLC Circuit
Go
Frequency Response
(1)
Verified
Amplifier bandwidth in integrated-circuit amplifier
Go
2 More Frequency Response Calculators
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Frequency Response of the CS Amplifier When R<sub>sig</sub> Is Low
(6)
Verified
Gate to drain current of the CS amplifier
Go
Verified
Gate to drain current passing through C
_{gd}
in CS amplifier
Go
Verified
Output voltage of CS amplifier when R
_{sig}
is low
Go
Verified
Signal voltage of the CS amplifier when R
_{sig}
is low
Go
Verified
Transfer function of the CS amplifier when R
_{sig}
is low
Go
Verified
Voltage between the gate and source of the CS amplifier
Go
5 More Frequency Response of the CS Amplifier When R
_{sig}
Is Low Calculators
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Frequency reuse concept
(11)
Verified
Coherence interference
Go
Verified
Forward Frame
Go
Verified
Frequency reuse distance
Go
Verified
Frequency reuse pattern
Go
Verified
New Cell Area
Go
Verified
New Cell Radius
Go
Verified
Old Cell Area
Go
Verified
Old Cell Radius
Go
Verified
Reverse Frame
Go
Verified
Symbols Time
Go
Verified
Time Slots
Go
Fundamental Formulas
(2)
Created
Complex Power given Current
Go
Created
Complex Power given Voltage
Go
7 More Fundamental Formulas Calculators
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G Parameters In Terms Of Different Parameters
(20)
Created
g11 Parameter In Terms Of H Parameters
Go
Created
g11 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
g11 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
g11 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
g11 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Created
g12 Parameter In Terms Of H Parameters
Go
Created
g12 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
g12 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
g12 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
g12 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Created
g21 Parameter In Terms Of H Parameters
Go
Created
g21 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
g21 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
g21 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
g21 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Created
g22 Parameter In Terms Of H Parameters
Go
Created
g22 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
g22 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
g22 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
g22 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Gain
(3)
Created
Open Circuit Voltage Gain of Amplifier
Go
Created
Open Circuit Voltage Gain of Amplifier using Short-Circuit Transconductance
Go
Verified
Unity-gain frequency of the source-follower case
Go
13 More Gain Calculators
Go
Gain
(6)
Verified
Amplifier Gain of Tunnel Diode
Go
Verified
Gain-Degradation Factor
Go
Verified
Negative Resistance Amplifier's Power Gain
Go
Verified
Power gain for a parametric Up-Converter
Go
Verified
Power gain of a demodulator
Go
Verified
Power gain of a modulator
Go
Geometric Relationships for Chain
(19)
Verified
Average Chain Velocity given Number of Teeth on Sprocket
Go
Verified
Average Velocity of Chain
Go
Verified
Chain Pitch given Minimum Tooth Height above the Pitch Polygon
Go
Verified
Length of Chain
Go
Verified
Number of Links in Chain given Length of Chain
Go
Verified
Number of Links in the Chain
Go
Verified
Pitch of chain given Average Chain Velocity
Go
Verified
Pitch of chain given Length of Chain
Go
Verified
Pitch of chain given Pitch Circle Diameter
Go
Verified
Roller Radius given Maximum Tooth Height Above the Pitch Polygon
Go
Verified
Roller Radius given Minimum Roller Seating Radius
Go
Verified
Roller Radius given Minimum Tooth Flank Radius
Go
Verified
Roller Radius given Minimum Tooth Height above the Pitch Polygon
Go
Verified
Roller Radius given the Top Diameter of the Sprocket Wheel
Go
Verified
Roller Radius given Tooth Flank Radius
Go
Verified
Speed of Rotation of the Driven Shaft given Velocity Ratio of the Chain Drives
Go
Verified
Speed of Rotation of the Driving Shaft given Velocity Ratio of the Chain Drives
Go
Verified
Speed of Rotations of Driving and Driven Shafts given Average Chain Velocity
Go
Verified
Velocity Ratio of the Chain Drives
Go
G-Parameters
(22)
Created
Current-1 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Current-1 in terms of G11 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Current-1 in terms of G12 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Current-2 in terms of Current-1 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Current-2 in terms of G12 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Current-2 in terms of G22 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Current-2 in terms of Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g11 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g11 Parameter in terms of Current-1 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g12 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g12 Parameter in terms of Current-1 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g21 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g21 Parameter in terms of Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g22 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
g22 Parameter in terms of Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-1 in terms of Current-1 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-1 in terms of G11 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-1 in terms of G21 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-1 in terms of Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-2 in terms of G21 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
Created
Voltage-2 in terms of G22 Parameter (G-parameter)
Go
H Parameters In Terms Of Different Parameters
(20)
Created
h11 Parameter In Terms Of G Parameters
Go
Created
h11 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
h11 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
h11 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
h11 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Created
h12 Parameter In Terms Of G Parameters
Go
Created
h12 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
h12 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
h12 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
h12 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Created
h21 Parameter In Terms Of G Parameters
Go
Created
h21 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
h21 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
h21 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
h21 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Created
h22 Parameter In Terms Of G Parameters
Go
Created
h22 Parameter In Terms Of T Parameters
Go
Created
h22 Parameter In Terms Of T' Parameters
Go
Created
h22 Parameter In Terms Of Y Parameters
Go
Created
h22 Parameter In Terms Of Z Parameters
Go
Heat Transfer
(3)
Verified
Black bodies heat exchange by radiation
Go
Verified
Heat Exchange by Radiation due to Geometric Arrangement
Go
Verified
Non Ideal Body Surface Emittance
Go
15 More Heat Transfer Calculators
Go
Helical Springs
(14)
Verified
Axial Deflection of Spring due to Axial load given Stiffness of Spring
Go
Verified
Axial Spring Force given Stiffness of Spring
Go
Verified
Diameter of Spring Wire from Load Stress Equation
Go
Verified
Diameter of Spring Wire given Spring Index
Go
Verified
Inside Diameter of Spring Coil given Mean Coil Diameter
Go
Verified
Mean Coil Diameter given Spring Index
Go
Verified
Mean Coil Diameter of Spring
Go
Verified
Outside Diameter of Spring given Mean Coil Diameter
Go
Verified
Shear stress in spring
Go
Verified
Solid Length of Spring
Go
Verified
Spring Index
Go
Verified
Spring Index given Shear stress in Spring
Go
Verified
Stiffness of the Spring
Go
Verified
Total Number of Coils given Solid Length of the Spring
Go
1 More Helical Springs Calculators
Go
Helical Torsion Springs
(9)
Verified
Bending Moment applied on Spring given Bending Stress
Go
Verified
Bending Stress in Spring
Go
Verified
Diameter of Spring Wire given Bending Stress in Spring
Go
Verified
Diameter of Spring Wire given Stiffness
Go
Verified
Mean Coil Diameter of Spring given Stiffness
Go
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity of Spring given Stiffness
Go
Verified
Number of Coils of Spring given Stiffness of Helical Torsion Spring
Go
Verified
Stiffness of Helical Torsion Spring
Go
Verified
Stress Concentration Factor given Bending Stress in Spring
Go
Helix Angle
(9)
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Actual and Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Axial Pitch
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given center to center distance between two Gears
Go
Verified
Helix angle of Helical Gear given Normal Circular Pitch
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Normal Module
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Pressure Angle
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Radius of Curvature at Point
Go
Verified
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
High-Frequency Response of Differential Amplifiers
(2)
Verified
Pole frequency in terms of unity-gain frequency
Go
Verified
Zero frequency of the Current-Mirror-Loaded MOS Amplifier in terms of unity-gain frequency
Go
13 More High-Frequency Response of Differential Amplifiers Calculators
Go
High-Frequency Response of the CG Amplifier
(8)
Verified
3-dB frequency of the CG amplifier
Go
Verified
3-dB frequency of the CG amplifier in terms of the pole frequency
Go
Verified
3-dB frequency of the CG amplifier in terms of time constant
Go
Verified
First pole-frequency of the common-gate amplifier
Go
Verified
Open-circuit time constant between gate and drain of the CG amplifier in terms of pole-frequency
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Open-circuit time constant between gate and source of the CG amplifier in terms of pole-frequency
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Output resistance of the CG amplifier
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Second pole-frequency of the CG amplifier
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9 More High-Frequency Response of the CG Amplifier Calculators
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High-Frequency Response of the CS and CE Amplifiers
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3-dB frequency of the bipolar cascode amplifier
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Finite output resistance of the bipolar cascode amplifier
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Resistance across the collector-base junction of the bipolar cascode amplifier
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Upper 3-dB frequency in high-frequency response of CS amplifier
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High-Frequency Response of the Source and Emitter Followers
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Dominant pole-frequency of the source-follower
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Mid band gain of the source-follower
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Voltage between gate and source in the source and emitter follower
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10 More High-Frequency Response of the Source and Emitter Followers Calculators
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H-parameter
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Current-1 in terms of Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Current-1 in terms of H11 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Current-1 in terms of H21 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Current-1 in terms of Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Current-2 in terms of H21 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Current-2 in terms of H22 Parameter (H-parameter)
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h11 Parameter (H-parameter)
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h11 Parameter in terms of Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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h12 Parameter (H-parameter)
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h12 Parameter in terms of Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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h21 Parameter (H-parameter)
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h21 Parameter in terms of Current-2 (H-parameter)
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h22 Parameter (H-parameter)
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h22 Parameter in terms of Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Voltage-1 in terms of H11 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Voltage-1 in terms of H12 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Voltage-2 in terms of Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Voltage-2 in terms of H12 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Voltage-2 in terms of H22 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Voltage-2 in terms of Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Hydrogen Spectrum
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Number of Spectral Lines
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17 More Hydrogen Spectrum Calculators
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Hydrolysis for Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Concentration of Hydronium ion in Salt of Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Degree of Hydrolysis in Salt of Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Hydrolysis Constant in Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Hydrolysis of Cations or Anions
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Acid Ionization Constant of Weak Acid
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Basic Ionization Constant of Weak Base
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Hydrostatic Fluid
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Distance Between Buoyancy Point and Center of Gravity in terms of Metacenter Height
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Moment of Inertia of Waterline Area using Metacentric Height
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Radius of Gyration given Time Period of Rolling
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Surface Area given Surface Tension
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Surface Energy given Surface Tension
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Volume of Liquid Displaced given Metacentric Height
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Volume of Submerged Object given Buoyancy Force
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12 More Hydrostatic Fluid Calculators
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Ideal Gas
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Degree of Freedom given Molar Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
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Isothermal Compression of Ideal Gas
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Number of Moles given Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
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Temperature of Ideal Gas given its Internal Energy
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Impedance
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Capacitance for Parallel RLC Circuit using Q-Factor
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Capacitance for Series RLC Circuit given Q-Factor
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Capacitance given cut-off frequency
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Capacitance using Time Constant
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Impedance given Complex Power and Current
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Impedance given Complex Power and Voltage
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Impedance using Power Factor
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Inductance for Parallel RLC Circuit using Q-Factor
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Inductance for Series RLC Circuit given Q-Factor
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Inductance using Time Constant
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Resistance for Parallel RLC Circuit using Q-Factor
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Resistance for Series RLC Circuit given Q-Factor
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Resistance using Power Factor
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Resistance using Time Constant
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Impedance
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Impedance for LCR Circuit
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Impedance for LR Circuit
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Impedance for RC Circuit
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Impedance
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Equivalent Impedance of Transformer from Primary Side
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Equivalent Impedance of Transformer from Secondary Side
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Impedance of Primary Winding
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Impedance of Primary Winding given Primary Parameters
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Impedance of Secondary Winding
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Impedance of Secondary Winding given Secondary Parameters
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Impedance
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Fault impedance using a-phase voltage(LGF)
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Positive Sequence Impedance for L-G-F
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Positive Sequence Impedance Using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Zero Sequence Impedance for L-G-F
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Zero Sequence Impedance Using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Impedance
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Fault Impedance Using b-phase Current (LLF)
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Fault Impedance Using c-phase Current (LLF)
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Fault Impedance Using Positive Sequence Current (LLF)
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Impedance
(2)
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Fault Impedance Using b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Fault Impedance Using c-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Impedance & Admittance
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Admittance Using A Parameter (LTL)
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Admittance Using B Parameter (LTL)
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Admittance Using Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
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Admittance Using D Parameter (LTL)
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Admittance Using Propagation Constant (LTL)
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Capacitance Using Surge Impedance (LTL)
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Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
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Characteristic Impedance Using B Parameter (LTL)
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Characteristic Impedance Using C Parameter (LTL)
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Characteristic Impedance Using Sending End Current (LTL)
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Characteristic Impedance Using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Impedance Using A Parameter (LTL)
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Impedance Using C Parameter (LTL)
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Impedance Using Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
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Impedance Using D Parameter (LTL)
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Impedance Using Propagation Constant (LTL)
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Inductance Using Surge Impedance (LTL)
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Surge Impedance (LTL)
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Impedance-1,2 & 3
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Impedance-1 For Transmitted Coefficient Of Current-2 (line PL)
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Impedance-1 For Transmitted Coefficient Of Current-3 (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Incident Current And Voltage (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Reflected Coefficient Of Current (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Reflected Coefficient Of Voltage (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Reflected Current And Voltage (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Transmitted Coefficient Of Current-2 (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Transmitted Coefficient Of Current-3 (line PL)
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Impedance-1 Using Transmitted Coefficient Of Voltage (line PL)