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Required Duty cycle for arc welding
Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle=Rated Duty Cycle*(Rated current/Maximum current)^2 GO

Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given Formula

Rated Duty Cycle=Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle*(Maximum current/Rated current)^2
%=%*(I<sub>max</sub>/I<sub>r</sub>)^2
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What is rated duty cycle?

The rated duty cycle is the percentage of time in a 10 minute period that a welding machine can be used at its rated output without over loading, under rated specifications given by manufacturer. Most of the welding machines need not have to operate the full time, since a good length of time is spent in setting up, metal chipping, cleaning and inspection. Normally, a 60% duty cycle is suggested.

How to Calculate Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given?

Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given calculator uses Rated Duty Cycle=Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle*(Maximum current/Rated current)^2 to calculate the Rated Duty Cycle, The Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given can be calculated by considering the required duty cycle formula along with max. current and rated current at rated duty cycle. Rated Duty Cycle and is denoted by % symbol.

How to calculate Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given, enter Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle (%), Maximum current (Imax) and Rated current (Ir) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = 1*(5/5)^2.

FAQ

What is Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given?
The Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given can be calculated by considering the required duty cycle formula along with max. current and rated current at rated duty cycle and is represented as %=%*(Imax/Ir)^2 or Rated Duty Cycle=Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle*(Maximum current/Rated current)^2. Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle is The percentage of time iin a 10 minute period that a welding machine can be used at its rated output without over loading, Maximum current is the maximum possible current flow in the given situatiion and Rated current is that value which is provided against standard operation of equipment by the manufacturer.
How to calculate Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given?
The Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given can be calculated by considering the required duty cycle formula along with max. current and rated current at rated duty cycle is calculated using Rated Duty Cycle=Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle*(Maximum current/Rated current)^2. To calculate Rated duty cycle when actual duty cycle is given, you need Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle (%), Maximum current (Imax) and Rated current (Ir). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Required duty cycle or actual duty cycle, Maximum current and Rated current 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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