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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Sending End Voltage Using Power Factor(STL)
Sending End Voltage=sqrt((((Receiving end voltage *cos(Receiving end theta))+(Receiving end current *Resistance))^2)+(((Receiving end voltage *sin(Receiving end theta))+(Receiving end current *capacitive reactance))^2)) GO
Losses Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Power Loss=((3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))/Transmission efficiency)-(3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Receiving End Voltage Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Receiving end voltage =Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)/(Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Sending End Voltage Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Sending End Voltage=Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Transmission efficiency*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Transmission efficiency=Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Voltage Using Losses (STL)
Sending End Voltage=((3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))-Power Loss)/(3*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Voltage Regulation
Voltage Regulation=((Sending End Voltage-Receiving end voltage )*100)/Sending End Voltage GO
Sending End Voltage Using Voltage Regulation (STL)
Sending End Voltage=(Voltage Regulation*Receiving end voltage )+Receiving end voltage GO
Voltage Regulation (STL)
Voltage Regulation=(Sending End Voltage-Receiving end voltage )/Receiving end voltage GO
Receiving End Voltage Using Voltage Regulation (STL)
Receiving end voltage =Sending End Voltage/(Voltage Regulation+1) GO
Resistance Using Losses (STL)
Resistance=Power Loss/(3*(Receiving end current ^2)) GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Losses Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Power Loss=((3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))/Transmission efficiency)-(3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Losses (Nominal T-method)
Power Loss=3*(Resistance/2)*((Receiving end current ^2)+(Sending end current ^2)) GO
Losses Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method)
Power Loss=(Receiving End Power/Transmission efficiency)-Receiving End Power GO
Losses Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal T-method)
Power Loss=(Receiving End Power/Transmission efficiency)-Receiving End Power GO
Losses Using Transmission Efficiency(ECM)
Power Loss=(Receiving End Power/Transmission efficiency)-Receiving End Power GO
Total Loss Power Using Overall Efficiency Of Dc Motor
Power Loss=Input Power-Overall Efficiency From Shaft A to X*Input Power GO
Losses Using Sending End Power (Nominal pi-method)
Power Loss=Sending End Power-Receiving End Power GO
Losses Using Sending End Power (Nominal T-method)
Power Loss=Sending End Power-Receiving End Power GO
Constant Losses Using Overall Efficiency Of Dc Motor
Power Loss=Core Losses+Mechanical Losses GO
Losses (Nominal pi-method)
Power Loss=3*(Load current^2)*Resistance GO
Power Loss
Power Loss=Input Power-Output Power GO

Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) Formula

Power Loss=(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta))-(Receiving end voltage*Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))
P<sub>loss</sub>=(Vs*Is*cos(Ph-s))-(Vr*Ir*cos(ph-r))
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What is short transmission line?

A short transmission line is defined as a transmission line with an effective length less than 80 km (50 miles), or with a voltage less than 69 kV. Unlike medium transmission lines and long transmission lines, the line charging current is negligible, and hence the shunt capacitance can be ignored.

How to Calculate Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL)?

Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) calculator uses Power Loss=(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta))-(Receiving end voltage*Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) to calculate the Power Loss, The Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) formula is defined as the ratio of the power absorbed by the input circuit of a transducer to the power delivered to a specified load; usually expressed in decibels. Power Loss and is denoted by Ploss symbol.

How to calculate Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL), enter Sending End Voltage (Vs), Sending end current (Is), Sending end theta (Ph-s), Receiving end voltage (Vr), Receiving end current (Ir) and Receiving end theta (ph-r) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 19906.15 = (10000*7*cos(0.4))-(9000*6*cos(0.6)).

FAQ

What is Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL)?
The Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) formula is defined as the ratio of the power absorbed by the input circuit of a transducer to the power delivered to a specified load; usually expressed in decibels and is represented as Ploss=(Vs*Is*cos(Ph-s))-(Vr*Ir*cos(ph-r)) or Power Loss=(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta))-(Receiving end voltage*Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)). Sending end voltage is the voltage at the terminal of generator, Sending end current is defined as the current at sending end, Sending end theta is defined as the sending end theta, Receiving end voltage is the voltage at the other end like a distribution centre, industry etc, Receiving end current is defined as the current at receiving end and Receiving end theta is defined as the receiving theta.
How to calculate Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL)?
The Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL) formula is defined as the ratio of the power absorbed by the input circuit of a transducer to the power delivered to a specified load; usually expressed in decibels is calculated using Power Loss=(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta))-(Receiving end voltage*Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)). To calculate Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL), you need Sending End Voltage (Vs), Sending end current (Is), Sending end theta (Ph-s), Receiving end voltage (Vr), Receiving end current (Ir) and Receiving end theta (ph-r). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Sending End Voltage, Sending end current , Sending end theta, Receiving end voltage , Receiving end current and Receiving end theta 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 Loss?
In this formula, Power Loss uses Sending End Voltage, Sending end current , Sending end theta, Receiving end voltage , Receiving end current and Receiving end theta. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Power Loss=Input Power-Output Power
  • Power Loss=Core Losses+Mechanical Losses
  • Power Loss=Input Power-Overall Efficiency From Shaft A to X*Input Power
  • Power Loss=((3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))/Transmission efficiency)-(3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))
  • Power Loss=(Receiving End Power/Transmission efficiency)-Receiving End Power
  • Power Loss=3*(Load current^2)*Resistance
  • Power Loss=Sending End Power-Receiving End Power
  • Power Loss=Sending End Power-Receiving End Power
  • Power Loss=3*(Resistance/2)*((Receiving end current ^2)+(Sending end current ^2))
  • Power Loss=(Receiving End Power/Transmission efficiency)-Receiving End Power
  • Power Loss=(Receiving End Power/Transmission efficiency)-Receiving End Power
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