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Angle of Deflection of ED Wattmeter
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Angle of Deflection=(((Voltage (total))^2)*Change in Mutual Inductance*cos(Phi))/(K (spring)*(Impedance)^2) GO
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Angle of Deflection=(Number of Turns*Flux Density of Coil*Length*Width*Current in Coil)/K (spring) GO
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Angle of Deflection=(0.5*((Current in Coil)^2)*Change in Inductance)/K (spring) GO
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Deflection Angle of ED Instrument (DC Operation)
Angle of Deflection=((I1*I2)/K (spring))*Change in Mutual Inductance GO

Driving Torque in an Energy Meter Formula

Driving Torque=K (spring)*Speed
T<sub>d</sub>=K*N
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Deflecting torque of PMMC instrument GO
Angle of deflection of PMMC GO
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m of PMMC based Ammeter GO
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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
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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
DC Power (in Current Terms) GO
AC Power GO
Deflecting Torque of ED Wattmeter GO
Angle of Deflection of ED Wattmeter 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
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Value of C<sub>T</sub> GO
Unknown Frequency using CRO GO

How does driving torque work?

Electromagnet 1 is excited by a line current and flu is set up. Electromagnet 2 is connected across the supply and current is proportional to the supply. Flux produced by EM2 lags behind flux produced by EM1 by 90 degrees. Both fluxes induce EMF in disc producing circulatory eddy currents. The reaction between fluxes and eddy currents gives rise to driving torque.

How to Calculate Driving Torque in an Energy Meter?

Driving Torque in an Energy Meter calculator uses Driving Torque=K (spring)*Speed to calculate the Driving Torque, The Driving Torque in an Energy Meter formula is dependent on the speed of rotation of the disc and the spring constant. Driving Torque and is denoted by Td symbol.

How to calculate Driving Torque in an Energy Meter using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Driving Torque in an Energy Meter, enter K (spring) (K) and Speed (N) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Driving Torque in an Energy Meter calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.005278 = 1.2E-05*439.8229715026.

FAQ

What is Driving Torque in an Energy Meter?
The Driving Torque in an Energy Meter formula is dependent on the speed of rotation of the disc and the spring constant and is represented as Td=K*N or Driving Torque=K (spring)*Speed. K (spring) gives the spring constant of the spring and Speed is the speed with which the disc in the energy meter is rotating.
How to calculate Driving Torque in an Energy Meter?
The Driving Torque in an Energy Meter formula is dependent on the speed of rotation of the disc and the spring constant is calculated using Driving Torque=K (spring)*Speed. To calculate Driving Torque in an Energy Meter, you need K (spring) (K) and Speed (N). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for K (spring) and Speed 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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