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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Decay of Current in LR Circuit
Decay of current in L-R circuit=Current when T=0*e^(-Time Period Of Progressive Wave/(Inductance/Resistance)) GO
Growth of Current in LR Circuit
Growth of current in LR circuit=(e/Resistance)*(1-e^(-Time/(Inductance/Resistance))) GO
Capacitance For The Parallel RLC Circuit When Q-Factor Is Given
Capacitance=(Inductance*Quantity Factor*Quantity Factor)/(Resistance*Resistance) GO
Capacitance For The Series RLC Circuit When Q-Factor Is Given
Capacitance=Inductance/(Quantity Factor*Quantity Factor*Resistance*Resistance) GO
Self Resonance Frequency
Self resonance frequency=1/(2*3.14*(Inductance*Transition Capacitance)^1/2) GO
Resistance For The Series RLC Circuit When Q-Factor Is Given
Resistance=sqrt(Inductance)/(Quantity Factor*sqrt(Capacitance)) GO
Q-factor For The Series RLC Circuit
Quantity Factor=sqrt(Inductance)/(Resistance*sqrt(Capacitance)) GO
Resistance For The parallel RLC Circuit When Q-Factor Is Given
Resistance=Quantity Factor/(sqrt(Capacitance/Inductance)) GO
Q-factor For The Parallel RLC Circuit
Quantity Factor=Resistance*(sqrt(Capacitance/Inductance)) GO
Time Constant of LR Circuit
Time constant of L-R circuit=Inductance/Resistance GO
Time Constant For The RC Circuit When The Inductance Is Given
Time constant=Inductance/Resistance GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Commutation Period For Boost Regulator (DCM)
time commutation=(2*Inductance*output current /duty Cycle^2*Input voltage)*((Output voltage /Input voltage)-1) GO
Commutation Period For Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
time commutation=2*Output voltage *Inductance*output current /(Input voltage^2*duty Cycle^2) GO

Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) Formula

time commutation=2*Inductance*output current /((Input voltage-Output voltage )*duty Cycle*(duty Cycle+delta))
T.C=2*L*i/((V<sub>i</sub>-V<sub>o</sub>)*D*(D+delta))
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Output Voltage For Buck Regulator (CCM) GO
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Duty Cycle For Buck Regulator (CCM) GO
Output Voltage For Buck Regulator (DCM) GO
Output Current For Buck Regulator (DCM) GO
Inductor Value For Buck Regulator (DCM) GO

What is DCM mode in Buck regulator?

LDCM=ξ LCCM where 0<ξ<1 for the discontinuous conduction. The discontinuous conduction mode usually occurs in converters that consist of single-quadrant switches and may also occur in converters with two-quadrant switches.

How to Calculate Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM)?

Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) calculator uses time commutation=2*Inductance*output current /((Input voltage-Output voltage )*duty Cycle*(duty Cycle+delta)) to calculate the time commutation, The Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) formula is defined as twice the inductance multiplied by output current and divide by difference of input and output voltage,duty cycle and sum of delta and duty cycle. time commutation and is denoted by T.C symbol.

How to calculate Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM), enter Inductance (L), output current (i), Input voltage (Vi), Output voltage (Vo), duty Cycle (D) and delta (delta) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) calculation can be explained with given input values -> -2.217787 = 2*50*1/((1-10)*0.1*(0.1+50)).

FAQ

What is Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM)?
The Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) formula is defined as twice the inductance multiplied by output current and divide by difference of input and output voltage,duty cycle and sum of delta and duty cycle and is represented as T.C=2*L*i/((Vi-Vo)*D*(D+delta)) or time commutation=2*Inductance*output current /((Input voltage-Output voltage )*duty Cycle*(duty Cycle+delta)). Inductance is the tendency of an electric conductor to oppose a change in the electric current flowing through it, output current is the current the amplifier draws from the signal source, Input voltage is the voltage supplied to the device, Output voltage signifies the voltage of the signal after it has been amplified. , A duty cycle or power cycle is the fraction of one period in which a signal or system is active and delta can be defined as the ratio of base period to the duty of water.
How to calculate Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM)?
The Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM) formula is defined as twice the inductance multiplied by output current and divide by difference of input and output voltage,duty cycle and sum of delta and duty cycle is calculated using time commutation=2*Inductance*output current /((Input voltage-Output voltage )*duty Cycle*(duty Cycle+delta)). To calculate Commutation Period For Buck Regulator (DCM), you need Inductance (L), output current (i), Input voltage (Vi), Output voltage (Vo), duty Cycle (D) and delta (delta). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Inductance, output current , Input voltage, Output voltage , duty Cycle and delta 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 time commutation?
In this formula, time commutation uses Inductance, output current , Input voltage, Output voltage , duty Cycle and delta. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • time commutation=(2*Inductance*output current /duty Cycle^2*Input voltage)*((Output voltage /Input voltage)-1)
  • time commutation=2*Output voltage *Inductance*output current /(Input voltage^2*duty Cycle^2)
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