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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

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
Deflection Angle of ED Instrument (Voltmeter)
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
DC Power (in Voltage Terms)
Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Voltage (total))^2)/Resistance) GO
Braking Torque in an Energy Meter
Braking Torque=Spring Constant*Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Angle) 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
Value of I<sub>m</sub>
Im=Voltage (total)/(0.1*(Rm+R2)) GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

DC Power (in Voltage Terms)
Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Voltage (total))^2)/Resistance) GO
AC Power
Power=Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Phi) GO

DC Power (in Current Terms) Formula

Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Current (total))^2)*Resistance)
Power<sub>load</sub>=(V*I)-(((I)^2)*R<sub>a</sub>)
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Deflecting torque of PMMC instrument GO
Angle of deflection of PMMC GO
R<sub>sh</sub> of PMMC based Ammeter GO
m of PMMC based Ammeter GO
n<sup>th</sup> resistance in multi-range Ammeter GO
Resistance at switch position 'n' for multi range Ammeter GO
R<sub>s</sub> of PMMC based voltmeter GO
m of PMMC based voltmeter GO
n<sup>th</sup> resistance in multi-range voltmeter GO
Deflecting Torque of Moving Iron GO
Angular Deflection of Moving Iron GO
m of Moving Iron Ammeter GO
Time Constant of Moving Iron Ammeter GO
Voltage of Moving Iron Voltmeter GO
m of Moving Iron Voltmeter GO
AC Voltage GO
V<sub>rms</sub> value GO
V<sub>av</sub> of Half Wave Rectifier GO
V<sub>av</sub> of Full Scale Rectifier GO
DC Meter Sensitivity GO
AC Meter Sensitivity for Half Wave Rectifier GO
AC Meter Sensitivity for Full Wave Rectifier GO
R<sub>s</sub> for DC Operation (Half Wave) GO
R<sub>s</sub> for DC Operation (Full Wave) GO
R<sub>s</sub> for AC Operation (Half Wave) GO
R<sub>s</sub> for AC Operation (Full Wave) GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Instrument (DC Operation) GO
Deflection Angle of ED Instrument (DC Operation) GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Instrument (AC Operation) GO
Deflection Angle of ED Instrument (AC Operation) GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Instrument (Voltmeter) GO
Deflection Angle of ED Instrument (Voltmeter) GO
DC Power (in Voltage Terms) GO
AC Power GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Wattmeter GO
Angle of Deflection of ED Wattmeter GO
Driving Torque in an Energy Meter GO
Braking Torque in an Energy Meter GO
EMF across Galvanometer GO
Instantaneous Deflecting Torque GO
Average Current through Galvanometer GO
True Value of Charge GO
Measured Value of Charge GO
Value of Inductance GO
Value of Resistance GO
Value of C<sub>d</sub> GO
Value of C<sub>T</sub> GO
Unknown Frequency using CRO GO

How to calculate load power?

The power through the load is given by the difference between the power indicated by the instruments and the power loss in the ammeter. The ammeter indicates the current flowing through the load as well as the voltmeter.

How to Calculate DC Power (in Current Terms)?

DC Power (in Current Terms) calculator uses Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Current (total))^2)*Resistance) to calculate the Power, The DC Power (in Current Terms) formula is used to calculate the power of the load on a circuit that employs a voltmeter and an ammeter. Power and is denoted by Powerload symbol.

How to calculate DC Power (in Current Terms) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for DC Power (in Current Terms), enter Voltage (total) (V), Current (total) (I) and Resistance (Ra) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the DC Power (in Current Terms) calculation can be explained with given input values -> -32500 = (100*50)-(((50)^2)*15).

FAQ

What is DC Power (in Current Terms)?
The DC Power (in Current Terms) formula is used to calculate the power of the load on a circuit that employs a voltmeter and an ammeter and is represented as Powerload=(V*I)-(((I)^2)*Ra) or Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Current (total))^2)*Resistance). 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 Resistance gives the internal resistance of an ammeter.
How to calculate DC Power (in Current Terms)?
The DC Power (in Current Terms) formula is used to calculate the power of the load on a circuit that employs a voltmeter and an ammeter is calculated using Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Current (total))^2)*Resistance). To calculate DC Power (in Current Terms), you need Voltage (total) (V), Current (total) (I) and Resistance (Ra). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Voltage (total), Current (total) and 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 Power?
In this formula, Power uses Voltage (total), Current (total) and Resistance. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Power=(Voltage (total)*Current (total))-(((Voltage (total))^2)/Resistance)
  • Power=Voltage (total)*Current (total)*cos(Phi)
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