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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Back EMF
Electromotive Force=Voltage-(Armature Current*Armature resistance) GO
Shunt Generator Terminal Voltage
Voltage=Induced voltage-(Armature Current*Armature resistance) GO
Velocity of an electron due to voltage
Velocity due to voltage=((2*[Charge-e]*Voltage)/[Mass-e])^1/2 GO
Energy Stored in Capacitor when Capacitance and Voltage are Given
electrostatic potential energy=1/2*Capacitance*Voltage^2 GO
Shunt Field Current
Shunt Field Current=Voltage/Shunt field resistance GO
Energy Stored in Capacitor when Charge and Voltage are Given
electrostatic potential energy=1/2*Charge*Voltage GO
Capacitance
Capacitance=dielectric constant*Charge/Voltage GO
Efficiency of Machine
Gear Efficiency=Output Power/Input Power GO
Power Loss
Power Loss=Input Power-Output Power GO
Rotor Copper Loss
Rotor Cu Loss=Slip*Input Power GO
Gross Mechanical Power
Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power GO

8 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current Using 3-phase Mechanical Power
Theta=acos((Mechanical Power+(3*Armature Current*Armature Current*Armature resistance))/((3^(1/2))*Load current*Load Voltage )) GO
Angle between orbital angular momentum and z-axis
Theta=acos(Magnetic quantum number/(sqrt(Azimuthal Quantum Number*(Azimuthal Quantum Number+1)))) GO
Angle between angular momentum and momentum along z-axis
Theta=acos(Angular momentum along z_axis/quantization of angular momentum) GO
Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given
Theta=asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP])) GO
Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current Using 3-phase Input Power
Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)) GO
Angle of light ray when uncertainty in position is given
Theta=asin(Wavelength/Uncertainty in position) GO
Arc Angle from Arc length and Radius
Theta=(pi*Arc Length)/(radius of circle*180) GO
Angle between the diagonal and rectangle side in terms of the angle between the diagonals
Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2 GO

Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power Formula

Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current))
ϑ=acos(P<sub>in</sub>/(V*Ia))
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Input Power Of The Synchronous Motor GO
Voltage Of Synchronous Motor Using Input Power GO
Armature Current Of Synchronous Motor Using Input Power GO
Power Factor Of Synchronous Motor Using Input Power GO
3-Phase Input Power Of Synchronous Motor GO
Load Voltage Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Input Power GO
Load Current Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Input Power GO
Power Factor Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Input Power GO
Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current Using 3-phase Input Power GO
Mechanical Power Of Synchronous Motor GO
Back EMF Of Synchronous Motor Using Mechanical Power GO
Armature Current Of Synchronous Motor Using Mechanical Power GO
Mechanical Power Of Synchronous Motor Using Input Power GO
Armature Resistance Of Synchronous Motor Using Input Power GO
Armature Resistance Of Synchronous Motor Using The Mechanical Power GO
Mechanical Power Of Synchronous Motor Using Gross Torque GO
Synchronous Speed Of Synchronous Motor Using Mechanical Power GO
3-Phase Mechanical Power Of Synchronous Motor GO
Load Voltage Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Mechanical Power GO
Load Current Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Mechanical Power GO
Power Factor Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Mechanical Power GO
Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current Using 3-phase Mechanical Power GO
Armature Current Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Mechanical Power GO
armature resistance Of Synchronous Motor Using 3-phase Mechanical Power GO
Difference Between input and mechanical Power GO
Back EMF Of Synchronous Motor Using Ka GO
Ka Of Synchronous Motor Using Back Emf GO
Magnetic Flux Of Synchronous Motor Using Back EMF GO
Synchronous Speed Of Synchronous Motor Using ka GO

Is synchronous motor a fixed speed motor?

This is where the term synchronous motor comes from, as the speed of the rotor of the motor is the same as the rotating magnetic field. It is a fixed speed motor because it has only one speed, which is synchronous speed.

How to Calculate Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power?

Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power calculator uses Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)) to calculate the Theta, The Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input power formula is defined as the angle created between voltage and current due to input power. Theta and is denoted by ϑ symbol.

How to calculate Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power, enter Input Power (Pin), Voltage (V) and Armature Current (Ia) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power calculation can be explained with given input values -> 48.18969 = acos(40/(120*0.5)).

FAQ

What is Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power?
The Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input power formula is defined as the angle created between voltage and current due to input power and is represented as ϑ=acos(Pin/(V*Ia)) or Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)). Input Power is the power, which is required by the appliance at its input i.e., from the plug point, Voltage, electric potential difference, electric pressure, or electric tension is the difference in electric potential between two points, which is defined as the work needed per unit of charge to move a test charge between the two points and Armature Current is the Current which Flows in Armature Winding or rotating Winding of Motor or generator.
How to calculate Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power?
The Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input power formula is defined as the angle created between voltage and current due to input power is calculated using Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)). To calculate Angel Between Voltage And Armature Current using input Power, you need Input Power (Pin), Voltage (V) and Armature Current (Ia). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Input Power, Voltage and Armature Current and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Theta?
In this formula, Theta uses Input Power, Voltage and Armature Current. We can use 8 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Theta=Angle Between Two Diagonals/2
  • Theta=(pi*Arc Length)/(radius of circle*180)
  • Theta=asin(Wavelength/Uncertainty in position)
  • Theta=asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP]))
  • Theta=acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current))
  • Theta=acos((Mechanical Power+(3*Armature Current*Armature Current*Armature resistance))/((3^(1/2))*Load current*Load Voltage ))
  • Theta=acos(Magnetic quantum number/(sqrt(Azimuthal Quantum Number*(Azimuthal Quantum Number+1))))
  • Theta=acos(Angular momentum along z_axis/quantization of angular momentum)
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