How to Calculate Net heat supplied to the joint?
Net heat supplied to the joint calculator uses Heat required per unit volume=Heat transfer efficiency*Electrode Potential*Electric Current/(Melting efficiency*Travel speed of the electrode*Area(mm^{2})) to calculate the Heat required per unit volume, The Net heat supplied to the joint formula is obtained by considering heat transfer efficiency and melting efficiency of the joint. Heat required per unit volume and is denoted by h_{volume} symbol.
How to calculate Net heat supplied to the joint using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Net heat supplied to the joint, enter Heat transfer efficiency (α), Electrode Potential (EP), Electric Current (i), Melting efficiency (ß), Travel speed of the electrode (v) and Area(mm^{2}) (A ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Net heat supplied to the joint calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.000E+9 = 1*50*20/(1*0.005*0.0001).