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## Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
theta = acos(sqrt(2)*Power Transmitted/(Maximum Voltage*Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system))
ϑ = acos(sqrt(2)*P/(Vm*C7))
This formula uses 3 Functions, 3 Variables
Functions Used
cos - Trigonometric cosine function, cos(Angle)
acos - Inverse trigonometric cosine function, acos(Number)
sqrt - Squre root function, sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Power Transmitted - The Power Transmitted Value through a shaft. (Measured in Watt)
Maximum Voltage - Maximum Voltage the highest voltage rating for electrical devices (Measured in Volt)
Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system - Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system the time rate of flow of charge through a cross-sectional area. (Measured in Ampere)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Power Transmitted: 10 Watt --> 10 Watt No Conversion Required
Maximum Voltage: 60 Volt --> 60 Volt No Conversion Required
Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system: 8 Ampere --> 8 Ampere No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
ϑ = acos(sqrt(2)*P/(Vm*C7)) --> acos(sqrt(2)*10/(60*8))
Evaluating ... ...
ϑ = 1.54132928002419
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
1.54132928002419 Radian -->88.3116625853405 Degree (Check conversion here)
88.3116625853405 Degree <-- Theta
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

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### Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) Formula

theta = acos(sqrt(2)*Power Transmitted/(Maximum Voltage*Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system))
ϑ = acos(sqrt(2)*P/(Vm*C7))

## What is the value of maximum voltage in 2-phase 4-wire underground system?

The maximum voltage between conductors is vm so that r.m.s. value of voltage between them is vm/√2.

## How to Calculate Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)?

Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) calculator uses theta = acos(sqrt(2)*Power Transmitted/(Maximum Voltage*Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system)) to calculate the Theta, The Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) formula is defined as the phase angle between reactive and active power. Theta and is denoted by ϑ symbol.

How to calculate Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US), enter Power Transmitted (P), Maximum Voltage (Vm) and Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system (C7) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 88.31166 = acos(sqrt(2)*10/(60*8)).

### FAQ

What is Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)?
The Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) formula is defined as the phase angle between reactive and active power and is represented as ϑ = acos(sqrt(2)*P/(Vm*C7)) or theta = acos(sqrt(2)*Power Transmitted/(Maximum Voltage*Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system)). The Power Transmitted Value through a shaft, Maximum Voltage the highest voltage rating for electrical devices and Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system the time rate of flow of charge through a cross-sectional area.
How to calculate Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)?
The Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US) formula is defined as the phase angle between reactive and active power is calculated using theta = acos(sqrt(2)*Power Transmitted/(Maximum Voltage*Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system)). To calculate Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US), you need Power Transmitted (P), Maximum Voltage (Vm) and Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system (C7). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Power Transmitted, Maximum Voltage and Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system 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 Power Transmitted, Maximum Voltage and Current Of 2-Φ 4-wire system. We can use 11 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*pi/180)
• theta = asin(Wavelength/Uncertainty in position)
• theta = asin((Uncertainty in momentum*Wavelength)/(2*[hP]))
• theta = acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current))
• theta = acos(Input Power/(Voltage*Armature Current)) 