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Angle of Deflection of ED Wattmeter
Angle of Deflection=(Current (total)*Current (P.C)*cos(Phi)*Change in Mutual Inductance)/(Resistance (P.C)*K (spring)) GO
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Angle of Deflection=(((Voltage (total))^2)*Change in Mutual Inductance*cos(Phi))/(K (spring)*(Impedance)^2) GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Wattmeter
Torque=(Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Phi)*Change in Mutual Inductance)/Resistance (P.C) GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Instrument (Voltmeter)
Torque=((Voltage (total)/Impedance)^2)*Change in Mutual Inductance*cos(Phi) GO
Instantaneous Deflecting Torque
Torque (inst)=Resistance*Spring Constant*(((Current 1)^2)-((Current 2)^2)) GO
DC Power (in Voltage Terms)
Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Voltage (total))^2)/Resistance) GO
DC Power (in Current Terms)
Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Current (total))^2)*Resistance) GO
Power in Wattmeter 1
Power 1=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 1*cos(30-Angle) GO
Power in Wattmeter 2
Power 2=sqrt(3)*Voltage (total)*Current 2*cos(30+Angle) GO
Total Power
Power=3*Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Angle) GO
AC Power
Power=Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Phi) GO

Braking Torque in an Energy Meter Formula

Braking Torque=Spring Constant*Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Angle)
T<sub>b</sub>=K<sub>1</sub>*V*I*cos(ϕ)
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How does braking torque work?

When the peripheral portion of the rotating disc passes through the air gap of braking magnet, eddy currents are produced giving rise to braking effect.

How to Calculate Braking Torque in an Energy Meter?

Braking Torque in an Energy Meter calculator uses Braking Torque=Spring Constant*Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Angle) to calculate the Braking Torque, The Braking Torque in an Energy Meter formula is dependent on the total voltage across the meter, the total current flowing through the meter and the spring constant in the disc. Braking Torque and is denoted by Tb symbol.

How to calculate Braking Torque in an Energy Meter using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Braking Torque in an Energy Meter, enter Spring Constant (K1), Voltage (total) (V), Current (total) (I) and Angle (ϕ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Braking Torque in an Energy Meter calculation can be explained with given input values -> 7.878462 = 0.0016*100*50*cos(0.1745329251994).

FAQ

What is Braking Torque in an Energy Meter?
The Braking Torque in an Energy Meter formula is dependent on the total voltage across the meter, the total current flowing through the meter and the spring constant in the disc and is represented as Tb=K1*V*I*cos(ϕ) or Braking Torque=Spring Constant*Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Angle). Spring Constant give the value of the spring constant employed in the energy meter, Voltage (total) is the amount of total potential difference across the network. In this case, it is usually the voltage difference across the voltmeter, Current (total) is the total amount of current flowing through the circuit with the load and Angle is the angle of phase difference between different voltages.
How to calculate Braking Torque in an Energy Meter?
The Braking Torque in an Energy Meter formula is dependent on the total voltage across the meter, the total current flowing through the meter and the spring constant in the disc is calculated using Braking Torque=Spring Constant*Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Angle). To calculate Braking Torque in an Energy Meter, you need Spring Constant (K1), Voltage (total) (V), Current (total) (I) and Angle (ϕ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Spring Constant, Voltage (total), Current (total) and Angle 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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