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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

RMS output voltage of single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
RMS output voltage=(Peak input voltage/(2^0.5))*((180-Delay angle of thyristor)/180+(0.5/pi)*sin(2*Delay angle of thyristor))^0.5 GO
RMS output voltage of single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
RMS output voltage=(Peak input voltage/2)*((180-Delay angle of thyristor)/180+(0.5/pi)*sin(2*Delay angle of thyristor))^0.5 GO
Average output voltage of single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
Average output voltage=(Peak input voltage/(2*pi))*(1+cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Average output voltage of a single phase full converter with highly inductive load
Average output voltage=(2*Peak input voltage/(pi))*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Average output voltage of single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
Average output voltage=(Peak input voltage/pi)*(1+cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Normalized output voltage of a single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
Normalized output voltage=0.5*(1+cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Normalized voltage of a single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
Normalized output voltage=0.5*(1+cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Normalized output voltage of single phase full converter with highly inductive load
Normalized output voltage=(cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Maximum output voltage of a single phase semi-converter with highly inductive load
Maximum output voltage=2*Peak input voltage/pi GO
Maximum output voltage of a single phase full converter with highly inductive load
Maximum output voltage=2*Peak input voltage/pi GO
Maximum output voltage of single phase thyristor converter with resistive load
Maximum output voltage=Peak input voltage/pi GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Real power for constant load current
Real power=Source RMS voltage*Source RMS voltage*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor)) GO
Real Power When RMS Voltage And Current Is Given
Real power=root mean square current*Root mean square voltage*cos(Theta) GO
Real Power When Line-to-neutral Voltage Is Given
Real power=3*Line to neutral current*Line to neutral voltage*cos(Theta) GO
Real Power
Real power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta) GO

Real power for constant load current in terms of V<sub>m</sub> Formula

Real power=2*Peak input voltage*Constant load current*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor))/pi
P=2*V<sub>m</sub>*I<sub>o</sub>*(cos(α))/pi
More formulas
Apparent power for constant load current GO
Real power for constant load current GO
Total power factor for constant load current GO
Displacement power factor for constant load current GO
Total power factor for continuous load current GO
Apparent power for constant load current in terms of V<sub>m</sub> GO
Fundamental component of source current for constant load current GO
RMS magnitude of fundamental source current for constant load current GO

What is the physical significance of real power and how is it different from apparent power?

Real power is the power actually consumed due to the resistive load and apparent power is the power the grid must be able to withstand. The unit of real power is watt while the apparent power unit is VA (Volt Ampere). Real power is the actual energy converted from electrical energy to useful work.

How to Calculate Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm?

Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm calculator uses Real power=2*Peak input voltage*Constant load current*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor))/pi to calculate the Real power, The Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm is defined as average power in watts delivered to a load. It is the only useful power. It is the actual power dissipated by the load. In this case, the load current is constant because the load is highly inductive. Real power and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm, enter Peak input voltage (Vm), Constant load current (Io) and Delay angle of thyristor (α) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm calculation can be explained with given input values -> 55.13289 = 2*10*10*(cos(0.5235987755982))/pi.

FAQ

What is Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm?
The Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm is defined as average power in watts delivered to a load. It is the only useful power. It is the actual power dissipated by the load. In this case, the load current is constant because the load is highly inductive and is represented as P=2*Vm*Io*(cos(α))/pi or Real power=2*Peak input voltage*Constant load current*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor))/pi. Peak input voltage is the peak value of the sinusoidal input voltage Vmsin(wt) to the converter, Constant load current is the load current which is not sinusoidal and is produced in the case of highly inductive load and Delay angle of thyristor is the angle at which thyristors are triggered after zero crossing.
How to calculate Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm?
The Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm is defined as average power in watts delivered to a load. It is the only useful power. It is the actual power dissipated by the load. In this case, the load current is constant because the load is highly inductive is calculated using Real power=2*Peak input voltage*Constant load current*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor))/pi. To calculate Real power for constant load current in terms of Vm, you need Peak input voltage (Vm), Constant load current (Io) and Delay angle of thyristor (α). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Peak input voltage, Constant load current and Delay angle of thyristor 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 Real power?
In this formula, Real power uses Peak input voltage, Constant load current and Delay angle of thyristor. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Real power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta)
  • Real power=root mean square current*Root mean square voltage*cos(Theta)
  • Real power=3*Line to neutral current*Line to neutral voltage*cos(Theta)
  • Real power=Source RMS voltage*Source RMS voltage*(cos(Delay angle of thyristor))
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