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Electric Current when Drift Velocity is Given
Electric Current=Number of free charge particles per unit volume*[Charge-e]*Cross sectional area*Drift Velocity Go
Electron diffusion length
Electron Diffusion Length=sqrt(Electron Diffusion Constant*Relaxation time) Go
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Drift Speed=(1/2*[Charge-e]*Electric Field*Relaxation time)/[Mass-e] Go

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Resistivity Using Volume Of Conductor Material (DC 3-wire)
Resistivity=Volume*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/((0.3125)*(Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2)) Go
Resistivity Using K(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Resistivity=Constant*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/(4*(Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2)) Go
Resistivity Using Volume(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Resistivity=Volume*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/(4*(Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2)) Go
Resistivity Using Constant(DC 3-wire)
Resistivity=Constant*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/((Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2)) Go
Resistivity Using Line Losses(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
Resistivity=(Max voltage^2)*Line Losses *2*Area/((Power Transmitted^2)*Length) Go
Resistivity Using Area Of X-section(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2)) Go
Resistivity Using Line Losses(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2)) Go
Resistivity Using Area Of X-section(DC 3-wire)
Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2)) Go
Resistivity Using Line Losses(DC 3-wire)
Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2)) Go
Resistivity
Resistivity=Resistance*Cross sectional area/Length Go
Resistivity Using Resistance(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Resistivity=Resistance*Area/Length Go

Resistivity Formula

Resistivity=(2*[Mass-e])/(Number of free charge particles per unit volume*[Charge-e]^2*Relaxation time)
ρ=(2*[Mass-e])/(n*[Charge-e]^2*𝛕)
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How is electrical resistivity calculated?

Resistivity is a characteristic property of each material. It is calculated through the formula ρ= 2m/ne2 𝜏.Its S.I unit is ohm-meter (Ω - m).

What is conductivity?

The reverse of electrical resistivity is called conductivity. Its S.I unit is siemens.

How to Calculate Resistivity?

Resistivity calculator uses Resistivity=(2*[Mass-e])/(Number of free charge particles per unit volume*[Charge-e]^2*Relaxation time) to calculate the Resistivity, Resistivity, electrical resistance of a conductor of unit cross-sectional area and unit length. . Resistivity and is denoted by ρ symbol.

How to calculate Resistivity using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Resistivity, enter Number of free charge particles per unit volume (n) and Relaxation time (𝛕) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Resistivity calculation can be explained with given input values -> 7.097E+6 = (2*[Mass-e])/(10*[Charge-e]^2*1).

FAQ

What is Resistivity?
Resistivity, electrical resistance of a conductor of unit cross-sectional area and unit length. and is represented as ρ=(2*[Mass-e])/(n*[Charge-e]^2*𝛕) or Resistivity=(2*[Mass-e])/(Number of free charge particles per unit volume*[Charge-e]^2*Relaxation time). Number of free charge particles per unit volume is the amount of free charges moving in the conductor when current is applies per unit volume and Relaxation time is the time in which the particle does not collide with any other particle.
How to calculate Resistivity?
Resistivity, electrical resistance of a conductor of unit cross-sectional area and unit length. is calculated using Resistivity=(2*[Mass-e])/(Number of free charge particles per unit volume*[Charge-e]^2*Relaxation time). To calculate Resistivity, you need Number of free charge particles per unit volume (n) and Relaxation time (𝛕). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Number of free charge particles per unit volume and Relaxation time 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 Resistivity?
In this formula, Resistivity uses Number of free charge particles per unit volume and Relaxation time. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Resistivity=Resistance*Cross sectional area/Length
  • Resistivity=Resistance*Area/Length
  • Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2))
  • Resistivity=Volume*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/(4*(Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2))
  • Resistivity=Constant*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/(4*(Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2))
  • Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2))
  • Resistivity=(Max voltage^2)*Line Losses *2*Area/((Power Transmitted^2)*Length)
  • Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2))
  • Resistivity=Volume*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/((0.3125)*(Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2))
  • Resistivity=Constant*Line Losses *(Max voltage^2)/((Power Transmitted^2)*(Length^2))
  • Resistivity=(Line Losses *Area)/(2*Length*(Load current^2))
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