Power dissipated by heat in SCR Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Power dissipated by heat in SCR = (SCR junction temperature-SCR ambient temperature)/Thermal resistance of SCR
PD = (Tjunc-Tamb)/θ
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Power dissipated by heat in SCR - (Measured in Watt) - Power dissipated by heat in SCR is defined as the average of the total heat generated at the junctions of the SCR due to movement of charge.
SCR junction temperature - (Measured in Kelvin) - SCR junction temperature is defined as the temperature of the junction of a SCR due to movement of charge.
SCR ambient temperature - (Measured in Kelvin) - SCR ambient temperature is defined as the temperature of the surroundings of the SCR.
Thermal resistance of SCR - (Measured in Kelvin per Watt) - Thermal resistance of SCR is defined as the the ratio of the temperature difference between the two faces of a material to the rate of heat flow per unit area in a SCR.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
SCR junction temperature: 10 Kelvin --> 10 Kelvin No Conversion Required
SCR ambient temperature: 5 Kelvin --> 5 Kelvin No Conversion Required
Thermal resistance of SCR: 1.5 Kelvin per Watt --> 1.5 Kelvin per Watt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
PD = (Tjunc-Tamb)/θ --> (10-5)/1.5
Evaluating ... ...
PD = 3.33333333333333
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
3.33333333333333 Watt --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
3.33333333333333 Watt <-- Power dissipated by heat in SCR
(Calculation completed in 00.088 seconds)

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Power dissipated by heat in SCR Formula

Power dissipated by heat in SCR = (SCR junction temperature-SCR ambient temperature)/Thermal resistance of SCR
PD = (Tjunc-Tamb)/θ

What are the junctions in a SCR?

SCR are mainly used in electronic devices that require control of high voltage and power. This makes them applicable in medium and high AC power operations such as motor control function.
An SCR conducts when a gate pulse is applied to it, just like a diode. It has four layers of semiconductors that form two structures namely; NPNP or PNPN. In addition, it has three junctions labeled as J1, J2 and J3 and three terminals anode,cathode and gate.

How to Calculate Power dissipated by heat in SCR?

Power dissipated by heat in SCR calculator uses Power dissipated by heat in SCR = (SCR junction temperature-SCR ambient temperature)/Thermal resistance of SCR to calculate the Power dissipated by heat in SCR, The power dissipated by heat in SCR formula is defined as the loss of energy during the working of SCR due to the dissipation of heat from SCR junctions. Power dissipated by heat in SCR is denoted by PD symbol.

How to calculate Power dissipated by heat in SCR using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power dissipated by heat in SCR, enter SCR junction temperature (Tjunc), SCR ambient temperature (Tamb) & Thermal resistance of SCR (θ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power dissipated by heat in SCR calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3.333333 = (10-5)/1.5.

FAQ

What is Power dissipated by heat in SCR?
The power dissipated by heat in SCR formula is defined as the loss of energy during the working of SCR due to the dissipation of heat from SCR junctions and is represented as PD = (Tjunc-Tamb)/θ or Power dissipated by heat in SCR = (SCR junction temperature-SCR ambient temperature)/Thermal resistance of SCR. SCR junction temperature is defined as the temperature of the junction of a SCR due to movement of charge, SCR ambient temperature is defined as the temperature of the surroundings of the SCR & Thermal resistance of SCR is defined as the the ratio of the temperature difference between the two faces of a material to the rate of heat flow per unit area in a SCR.
How to calculate Power dissipated by heat in SCR?
The power dissipated by heat in SCR formula is defined as the loss of energy during the working of SCR due to the dissipation of heat from SCR junctions is calculated using Power dissipated by heat in SCR = (SCR junction temperature-SCR ambient temperature)/Thermal resistance of SCR. To calculate Power dissipated by heat in SCR, you need SCR junction temperature (Tjunc), SCR ambient temperature (Tamb) & Thermal resistance of SCR (θ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for SCR junction temperature, SCR ambient temperature & Thermal resistance of SCR 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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