## Percent Voltage Regulation Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Percentage Regulation = ((No Load Voltage-Voltage)/Voltage)*100
% = ((Vnl-e)/e)*100
This formula uses 3 Variables
Variables Used
Percentage Regulation - Percentage regulation is the term typically applied to a power supply. An ideal power supply should maintain a constant voltage as load is increased, but real power supplies do not do so.
No Load Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - No load voltage is the terminal voltage when zero current is drawn from the supply, that is, the open circuit terminal voltage.
Voltage - (Measured in Volt) - Voltage can be defined as electric potential along a wire when an electric current of one ampere dissipates one watt of power.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
No Load Voltage: 75 Volt --> 75 Volt No Conversion Required
Voltage: 35 Volt --> 35 Volt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
% = ((Vnl-e)/e)*100 --> ((75-35)/35)*100
Evaluating ... ...
% = 114.285714285714
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
114.285714285714 --> No Conversion Required
114.285714285714 <-- Percentage Regulation
(Calculation completed in 00.000 seconds)
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Mutual Inductance
Mutual Inductance = [Permeability-vacuum]*Relative Permeability*Area of Coil*Number of Conductors*Secondary Turns of Coil/Mean Length
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Magnetic Potential = (Magnetic Moment)/(4*pi*[Permeability-vacuum]*Relative Permeability*Pole Distance)
Flux Density in Toroidal Core
Magnetic Flux Density = (Relative Permeability*Secondary Turns of Coil*Current)/(pi*Inner Diameter)
Forces on Charges Moving in Magnetic Fields
Force = [Charge-e]*Charge Velocity*Magnetic Flux Density*(sin(Angle between Vectors))
Forces on Current Carrying Wires
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Average Hysteresis Power Loss
Hysteresis Loss = Hysteresis Constant*Frequency*(Magnetic Flux Density)^Steinmetz Coefficient
Minimum Frequency to Avoid Saturation
Frequency = Peak Voltage/(2*pi*Secondary Turns of Coil*Area of Coil)
Reluctance
Reluctance = Mean Length/(Magnetic Permeability of a Medium*Area of Coil)
Voltages Induced in Field Cutting Conductors
Voltage = Magnetic Flux Density*Length of Conductor*Charge Velocity
Percent Voltage Regulation
Percentage Regulation = ((No Load Voltage-Voltage)/Voltage)*100
Self Inductance
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Magnetic Flux Density
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## Percent Voltage Regulation Formula

Percentage Regulation = ((No Load Voltage-Voltage)/Voltage)*100
% = ((Vnl-e)/e)*100

## What is Line Regulation?

Line regulation is defined as the variation in the voltage at the receiving end of the line when the full load at a given power factor is removed and the voltage at the sending end being kept constant. In other words, it is defined as the percentage variation in voltage at the load end of the line in going from no load to full load. It is expressed as the fraction of a percentage of the receiving end voltage.

## How to Calculate Percent Voltage Regulation?

Percent Voltage Regulation calculator uses Percentage Regulation = ((No Load Voltage-Voltage)/Voltage)*100 to calculate the Percentage Regulation, The Percent Voltage Regulation formula is a measure of change in the voltage magnitude between the sending and receiving end of a component, such as a transmission or distribution line. Percentage Regulation is denoted by % symbol.

How to calculate Percent Voltage Regulation using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Percent Voltage Regulation, enter No Load Voltage (Vnl) & Voltage (e) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Percent Voltage Regulation calculation can be explained with given input values -> 114.2857 = ((75-35)/35)*100.

### FAQ

What is Percent Voltage Regulation?
The Percent Voltage Regulation formula is a measure of change in the voltage magnitude between the sending and receiving end of a component, such as a transmission or distribution line and is represented as % = ((Vnl-e)/e)*100 or Percentage Regulation = ((No Load Voltage-Voltage)/Voltage)*100. No load voltage is the terminal voltage when zero current is drawn from the supply, that is, the open circuit terminal voltage & Voltage can be defined as electric potential along a wire when an electric current of one ampere dissipates one watt of power.
How to calculate Percent Voltage Regulation?
The Percent Voltage Regulation formula is a measure of change in the voltage magnitude between the sending and receiving end of a component, such as a transmission or distribution line is calculated using Percentage Regulation = ((No Load Voltage-Voltage)/Voltage)*100. To calculate Percent Voltage Regulation, you need No Load Voltage (Vnl) & Voltage (e). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for No Load Voltage & Voltage and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know