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### Angle of Dip Formula

Angle of Dip=arccos(Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field/Net Earth's Magnetic Field)*(180/pi)
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## What is the angle of dip

The Angle of Dip formula is defined as the angle that the earth's magnetic field total vector makes with respect to the horizontal plane and is positive for vectors below the plane.

## How to Calculate Angle of Dip?

Angle of Dip calculator uses Angle of Dip=arccos(Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field/Net Earth's Magnetic Field)*(180/pi) to calculate the Angle of Dip, The angle of dip δ is calculated by using BH = B*cosδ where BH is the Horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field and B is the earth's magnetic field. Angle of Dip and is denoted by δ symbol.

How to calculate Angle of Dip using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle of Dip, enter Net Earth's Magnetic Field (B) and Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field (BH) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle of Dip calculation can be explained with given input values -> 60 = arccos(2E-05/4E-05)*(180/pi).

### FAQ

What is Angle of Dip?
The angle of dip δ is calculated by using BH = B*cosδ where BH is the Horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field and B is the earth's magnetic field and is represented as δ=arccos(BH/B)*(180/pi) or Angle of Dip=arccos(Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field/Net Earth's Magnetic Field)*(180/pi). Net Earth's Magnetic Field is the total Earth's Magnetic Field Vector and Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field Vector.
How to calculate Angle of Dip?
The angle of dip δ is calculated by using BH = B*cosδ where BH is the Horizontal component of the earth's magnetic field and B is the earth's magnetic field is calculated using Angle of Dip=arccos(Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field/Net Earth's Magnetic Field)*(180/pi). To calculate Angle of Dip, you need Net Earth's Magnetic Field (B) and Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field (BH). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Net Earth's Magnetic Field and Horizontal Component of Earth's Magnetic Field and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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