Urvi Rathod
Vishwakarma Government Engineering College (VGEC), Ahmedabad
Urvi Rathod has created this Calculator and 500+ more calculators!
Saiju Shah
Jayawant Shikshan Prasarak Mandal (JSPM), Pune
Saiju Shah has verified this Calculator and 1000+ more calculators!

11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Shunt in ammeter
Shunt=Electric current through galvanometer*Resistance through galvanometer/(Electric Current-Electric current through galvanometer) Go
Heat Energy when an electric potential difference, the electric current and time taken
Heat Rate=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current*Time Taken to Travel Go
Electromotive force when battery is discharging
Voltage=(Electromotive Force)-(Electric Current*Resistance) Go
Electromotive force when battery is charging
Voltage=(Electromotive Force)+(Electric Current*Resistance) Go
Power when electric potential difference and electric current are given
Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current Go
Current Density when Electric Current and Area is Given
Current Density=Electric Current/Area of Conductor Go
Capacitance
Capacitance=dielectric constant*Charge/Voltage Go
Heat generated through resistance
Heat Rate=Electric Current^2*Resistance*Time Go
Power, when electric current and resistance are given
Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance Go
Ohm's Law
Voltage=Electric Current*Resistance Go
Rectangle diagonal in terms of sine of the angle
Diagonal=Length/sin(Theta) Go

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Power transmittted by a belt
Power=(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)* Velocity of the belt Go
Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits When Current Is Given
Power=Electric Current*Electric Current*Resistance*cos(Theta) Go
Power when electric potential difference and electric current are given
Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current Go
Power, when electric potential difference and resistance are given,
Power=Electric Potential Difference^2/Resistance Go
Power in Single-Phase AC Circuits When Voltage is Given
Power=(Voltage*Voltage*cos(Theta))/Resistance Go
Power Generated When The Armature Current Is Given
Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current Go
Converted Power
Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current Go
Power, when electric current and resistance are given
Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance Go
Power Generated When Torque is Given
Power=Angular Speed*Torque Go
Gross Mechanical Power
Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power Go
Output Power
Power=Voltage*Load current Go

Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits Formula

Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta)
P=V*i*cos(ϑ)
More formulas
Voltage Regulation Go
Load Factor Go
Average Load Go
Unit Generated Go
Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits When Current Is Given Go
Power in Single-Phase AC Circuits When Voltage is Given Go
Power In Three-Phase AC Circuits When Phase Voltage Is Given Go
Power In Three-Phase AC Circuits When Current Is Given Go
Power In Three-Phase AC Circuits When Voltage Is Given Go
Complex Power When Voltage Is Given Go
Complex Power When Current Is Given Go
Reactive Power Go
Real Power Go
Power Factor Go
Power Factor When Power Is Given Go
Power Factor When Impedance Is Given Go
Reactive Power When RMS Voltage And Current Is Given Go
Real Power When RMS Voltage And Current Is Given Go
Real Power When Line-to-neutral Voltage Is Given Go
Reactive Power When Line-to-neutral Current Is Given Go
Voltage When Reactive Power Is Given Go
Electric Current Reactive Power Is Given Go
RMS Current When Real Power Is Given Go
RMS Voltage When Reactive Power Is Given Go
RMS Voltage When Real Power Is Given Go
RMS Current When Reactive Power Is Given Go
Voltage When Real Power Is Given Go
Electric Current When Real Power Is Given Go
Voltage When The Power Factor Is Given Go
Current When The Power Factor Is Given Go
Impedance When The Power Factor Is Given Go
Resistance When The Power Factor Is Given Go
Voltage When Complex Power Is Given Go
Current When Complex Power Is Given Go
Impedance When Complex Power And Voltage Are Given Go
Impedance When Complex Power And Current Are Given Go
Line To Neutral Current When Real Power Is Given Go
Line To Neutral Current When Reactive Power Is Given Go
Line To Neutral Voltage When Reactive Power Is Given Go
Line To Neutral Voltage When Real Power Is Given Go

What is the difference between single phase and three phase power supply?

In a single-phase supply, the power flows through one conductor whereas the three-phase supply consists of three conductors for power supply. The single-phase supply requires two wires (one phase and one neutral) for completing the circuit. The three-phase requires three-phase wires and one neutral wire for completing the circuit.

How to Calculate Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits?

Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits calculator uses Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta) to calculate the Power, Power in single-phase AC circuits is the distribution of alternating current electric power using a system in which all the voltages of the supply vary in unison. Power and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits, enter Voltage (V), Electric Current (i) and Theta (ϑ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2078.461 = 120*20*cos(30).

FAQ

What is Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits?
Power in single-phase AC circuits is the distribution of alternating current electric power using a system in which all the voltages of the supply vary in unison and is represented as P=V*i*cos(ϑ) or Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta). Voltage, electric potential difference, electric pressure, or electric tension is the difference in electric potential between two points, which is defined as the work needed per unit of charge to move a test charge between the two points, Electric Current is the time rate of flow of charge through a cross sectional area and Theta is an angle that can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common endpoint.
How to calculate Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits?
Power in single-phase AC circuits is the distribution of alternating current electric power using a system in which all the voltages of the supply vary in unison is calculated using Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta). To calculate Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits, you need Voltage (V), Electric Current (i) and Theta (ϑ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Voltage, Electric Current and 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?
In this formula, Power uses Voltage, Electric Current and Theta. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current
  • Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance
  • Power=Electric Potential Difference^2/Resistance
  • Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power
  • Power=Angular Speed*Torque
  • Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current
  • Power=Voltage*Load current
  • Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current
  • Power=(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)* Velocity of the belt
  • Power=Electric Current*Electric Current*Resistance*cos(Theta)
  • Power=(Voltage*Voltage*cos(Theta))/Resistance
Share Image
Let Others Know
Facebook
Twitter
Reddit
LinkedIn
Email
WhatsApp
Copied!