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Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge Formula

Depth=0.159*sqrt((Resistivity*1000000000)/(Relative Permeability*frequency))
d=0.159*sqrt(( ρ*1000000000)/(μ<sub>r</sub>*f))
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What causes the standard depth of penetration of eddy currents to decrease?

The depth that eddy currents penetrate into a material is affected by the frequency of the excitation current and the electrical conductivity and magnetic permeability of the specimen. The depth of penetration decreases with increasing frequency and increasing conductivity and magnetic permeability.

How to Calculate Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge?

Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge calculator uses Depth=0.159*sqrt((Resistivity*1000000000)/(Relative Permeability*frequency)) to calculate the Depth, The Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge formula is defined as 0.159 times of square root of the ratio of the product of resistivity & 10^9 to the product of permeability & frequency. Depth and is denoted by d symbol.

How to calculate Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge, enter Resistivity ( ρ), Relative Permeability r) and frequency (f) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge calculation can be explained with given input values -> 69.10355 = 0.159*sqrt((1.7E-05*1000000000)/(10*90)).

FAQ

What is Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge?
The Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge formula is defined as 0.159 times of square root of the ratio of the product of resistivity & 10^9 to the product of permeability & frequency and is represented as d=0.159*sqrt(( ρ*1000000000)/(μr*f)) or Depth=0.159*sqrt((Resistivity*1000000000)/(Relative Permeability*frequency)). Resistivity is the measure of how strongly a material opposes the flow of current through them, Relative Permeability is the ratio of effective permeability of a particular fluid at a particular saturation to absolute permeability of that fluid at total saturation. and Frequency refers to the number of occurrences of a periodic event per time and is measured in cycles/second.
How to calculate Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge?
The Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge formula is defined as 0.159 times of square root of the ratio of the product of resistivity & 10^9 to the product of permeability & frequency is calculated using Depth=0.159*sqrt((Resistivity*1000000000)/(Relative Permeability*frequency)). To calculate Depth of Penetration of eddy current into the charge, you need Resistivity ( ρ), Relative Permeability r) and frequency (f). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Resistivity, Relative Permeability and frequency 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 Depth?
In this formula, Depth uses Resistivity, Relative Permeability and frequency. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Depth=Length of Span/25
  • Depth=Length of Span/15
  • Depth=(Length of Span/12)-(Length of Span/10)
  • Depth=distance from surface to n-axis*constant beta one/(1.18*value of omega)
  • Depth=((inlet capacity/(0.6*Area))^2)*(1/(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity))
  • Depth=(ln(effluent bod/influent BOD)/(-1*Treatability constant*(Volumetric flow per unit area)^(-1*Empirical constant)))
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