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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Slip Of Linear Synchronous Motor
Slip=(Linear Synchronous Speed-Motor Speed)/Linear Synchronous Speed Go
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
Slip
Slip=(Synchronous Speed-Motor Speed)/Synchronous Speed 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
Field Current
Field Current=Voltage/Shunt field resistance Go
Rotor Efficiency
Efficiency =Motor Speed/Synchronous Speed Go

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Armature Current Of Series DC Generator Using Kf
Armature Current=Induced voltage/constant based on machine construction*Magnetic Flux*Angular Speed Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Generator Using Terminal Voltage
Armature Current=(Induced voltage-Voltage)/(Series field resistance+Armature resistance) Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Voltage
Armature Current=(Voltage-Induced voltage)/(Armature resistance+Series field resistance) Go
Armature Current Of Shunt DC Motor Using The Torque
Armature Current=Torque/(constant based on machine construction*Magnetic Flux) Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Generator Using Torque
Armature Current=(Torque*Angular Speed)/Induced voltage Go
Armature Current Of Shunt DC Motor Using Voltage
Armature Current=(Voltage-Back emf)/Armature resistance Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Generator Using Generated Power
Armature Current=Power generated /Induced voltage Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power
Armature Current=Converted Power/Induced voltage Go
Armature Current
Armature Current=Field Current+Load current Go
Armature Current When Power Is Given
Armature Current=Power/Induced voltage Go
Armature Current Of Shunt DC Motor Using Input Power
Armature Current=Input Power/Voltage Go

Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed Formula

Armature Current=(Voltage-(Magnetic Flux*Constant Of The DC Machine*Motor Speed))/(Armature resistance+Series field resistance)
Ia=(V-(ΦB*K*N))/(Ra+Rse)
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Voltage Equation Of Series DC Motor Go
Armature Induced Voltage Of Series DC Using Voltage Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Voltage Go
Armature Resistance Of Series DC Motor Using Voltage Go
Series Field Resistance Of Series DC Motor Using Voltage Go
Armature Induced Voltage Of Series DC Motor Using Kf Go
Magnetic Flux Of Series DC Motor Using Kf Go
Angular Speed Of Series DC Motor Using Kf Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Kf Go
Kf of Series DC Motor Using Armature Induced Voltage Go
Torque Of Series DC Motor Using Kf Go
Kf Of Series DC Motor Using Torque Go
Magnetic Flux Of Series DC motor Using Torque Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Torque Go
Speed Of Series DC Motor Go
Voltage Of Series DC Motor Using Speed Go
Series Field Resistance Of Series DC Motor Using Speed Go
K of Series DC Motor Using Speed Go
Magnetic Flux Of Series DC Motor Using Speed Go
Input Power Of Series DC Motor Go
Output Power Of Series DC Motor Go
Voltage Of Series DC Motor Using Input Power Go
Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Input Power Go
Angular Speed Of Series DC Motor Using Output Power Go
Torque Of Series DC Motor Using Output Power Go

What is a series DC motor?

A series wound DC motor like in the case of shunt wound DC motor or compound wound DC motor falls under the category of self-excited DC motors, and it gets its name from the fact that the field winding, in this case, is connected internally in series to the armature winding.

How to Calculate Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed?

Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed calculator uses Armature Current=(Voltage-(Magnetic Flux*Constant Of The DC Machine*Motor Speed))/(Armature resistance+Series field resistance) to calculate the Armature Current, The Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed formula is defined as the current flows into the armature winding of the DC series motor. Armature Current and is denoted by Ia symbol.

How to calculate Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed, enter Voltage (V), Magnetic Flux (ΦB), Constant Of The DC Machine (K), Motor Speed (N), Armature resistance (Ra) and Series field resistance (Rse) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed calculation can be explained with given input values -> -8836.923077 = (120-(230*0.5*1000))/(3+10).

FAQ

What is Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed?
The Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed formula is defined as the current flows into the armature winding of the DC series motor and is represented as Ia=(V-(ΦB*K*N))/(Ra+Rse) or Armature Current=(Voltage-(Magnetic Flux*Constant Of The DC Machine*Motor Speed))/(Armature resistance+Series field resistance). 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, Magnetic flux (ΦB) is the number of magnetic field lines (also called "चुंबकीय प्रवाह घनता") passing through a surface (such as a loop of wire), Constant of the dc machine is a constant quantity that we define for making the EMF equation of a DC machine easy, Motor Speed is the speed of the rotor(motor), The Armature resistance is given is the opposition that a substance offers to the flow of electric current and Series field resistance is resistance just like the filed resistance but it is connected to a series field.
How to calculate Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed?
The Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed formula is defined as the current flows into the armature winding of the DC series motor is calculated using Armature Current=(Voltage-(Magnetic Flux*Constant Of The DC Machine*Motor Speed))/(Armature resistance+Series field resistance). To calculate Armature Current Of Series DC Motor Using Speed, you need Voltage (V), Magnetic Flux (ΦB), Constant Of The DC Machine (K), Motor Speed (N), Armature resistance (Ra) and Series field resistance (Rse). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Voltage, Magnetic Flux, Constant Of The DC Machine, Motor Speed, Armature resistance and Series field resistance 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 Armature Current?
In this formula, Armature Current uses Voltage, Magnetic Flux, Constant Of The DC Machine, Motor Speed, Armature resistance and Series field resistance. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Armature Current=Field Current+Load current
  • Armature Current=Power/Induced voltage
  • Armature Current=(Induced voltage-Voltage)/(Series field resistance+Armature resistance)
  • Armature Current=Induced voltage/constant based on machine construction*Magnetic Flux*Angular Speed
  • Armature Current=(Torque*Angular Speed)/Induced voltage
  • Armature Current=Power generated /Induced voltage
  • Armature Current=Converted Power/Induced voltage
  • Armature Current=(Voltage-Back emf)/Armature resistance
  • Armature Current=Torque/(constant based on machine construction*Magnetic Flux)
  • Armature Current=Input Power/Voltage
  • Armature Current=(Voltage-Induced voltage)/(Armature resistance+Series field resistance)
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