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Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
illumination_1 = (Instantaneous Intensity*Threshold Illuminance)/Effective Intensity
E = (I*E0)/Ie
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Instantaneous Intensity - Instantaneous Intensity of Light (Measured in Lux)
Threshold Illuminance - Threshold Illuminance for a steady burning Light. (Measured in Lux)
Effective Intensity - Effective Intensity of Light (Measured in Lux)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Instantaneous Intensity: 50 Lux --> 50 Lux No Conversion Required
Threshold Illuminance: 100 Lux --> 100 Lux No Conversion Required
Effective Intensity: 50 Lux --> 50 Lux No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
E = (I*E0)/Ie --> (50*100)/50
Evaluating ... ...
E = 100
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
100 Lux --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
100 Lux <-- Illumination
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

6 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Instantaneous Intensity when Effective Intensity for abrupt Flash Illuminance is Given
instantaneous_intensity = Effective Intensity*(Illumination Constant+Flash Duration)/Flash Duration Go
Effective Intensity for an abrupt Flash of Constant Illuminance
effective_intensity = (Instantaneous Intensity*Flash Duration)/Illumination Constant+Flash Duration Go
Flash producing relatively Constant Illuminance
illumination_1 = Threshold Illuminance*(Illumination Constant+Flash Duration)/Flash Duration Go
Threshold Illuminance for Steady burning Light when Effective Intensity is Given
threshold_illuminance = (Effective Intensity*Illumination)/Instantaneous Intensity Go
Instantaneous Intensity when Effective Intensity is Given
instantaneous_intensity = (Effective Intensity*Illumination)/Threshold Illuminance Go
Effective Intensity
effective_intensity = (Instantaneous Intensity*Threshold Illuminance)/Illumination Go

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Flash producing relatively Constant Illuminance
illumination_1 = Threshold Illuminance*(Illumination Constant+Flash Duration)/Flash Duration Go
Allard's Law for Illumination
illumination_1 = Intensity of light*(Transmissivity^Distance Traveled)/Distance Traveled^2 Go

Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given Formula

illumination_1 = (Instantaneous Intensity*Threshold Illuminance)/Effective Intensity
E = (I*E0)/Ie

What is Allard's law for Illumination?

Allard's law for Illumination is a formula relating the illuminance produced on a normal surface at a given distance from a point source of light, the intensity of the light and the degree of transparency of the atmosphere (assumed uniform). I is the intensity of the incident light in the direction of measurement.

How to Calculate Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given?

Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given calculator uses illumination_1 = (Instantaneous Intensity*Threshold Illuminance)/Effective Intensity to calculate the Illumination, The Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given is defined as the intensity of the light and the degree of transparency of the atmosphere produced on a normal surface at a given distance from a point source of light. Illumination and is denoted by E symbol.

How to calculate Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given, enter Instantaneous Intensity (I), Threshold Illuminance (E0) and Effective Intensity (Ie) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 100 = (50*100)/50.

FAQ

What is Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given?
The Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given is defined as the intensity of the light and the degree of transparency of the atmosphere produced on a normal surface at a given distance from a point source of light and is represented as E = (I*E0)/Ie or illumination_1 = (Instantaneous Intensity*Threshold Illuminance)/Effective Intensity. Instantaneous Intensity of Light, Threshold Illuminance for a steady burning Light and Effective Intensity of Light.
How to calculate Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given?
The Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given is defined as the intensity of the light and the degree of transparency of the atmosphere produced on a normal surface at a given distance from a point source of light is calculated using illumination_1 = (Instantaneous Intensity*Threshold Illuminance)/Effective Intensity. To calculate Illuminance when Effective Intensity is Given, you need Instantaneous Intensity (I), Threshold Illuminance (E0) and Effective Intensity (Ie). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Instantaneous Intensity, Threshold Illuminance and Effective Intensity 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 Illumination?
In this formula, Illumination uses Instantaneous Intensity, Threshold Illuminance and Effective Intensity. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • illumination_1 = Intensity of light*(Transmissivity^Distance Traveled)/Distance Traveled^2
  • illumination_1 = Threshold Illuminance*(Illumination Constant+Flash Duration)/Flash Duration
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