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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Losses Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Power Loss=((3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))/Transmission efficiency)-(3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Receiving End Voltage Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Receiving end voltage =Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)/(Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Receiving End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Receiving end current =Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)/(Receiving end voltage *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Sending End Voltage Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Sending End Voltage=Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Transmission efficiency*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Sending end current =Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Transmission efficiency=Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Voltage Using Losses (STL)
Sending End Voltage=((3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta))-Power Loss)/(3*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Losses Using Sending and Receiving Voltages (STL)
Power Loss=(Sending End Voltage*Sending end current *cos(Sending end theta))-(Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)) GO
Voltage Regulation
Voltage Regulation=((Sending End Voltage-Receiving end voltage )*100)/Sending End Voltage GO
Voltage Regulation (STL)
Voltage Regulation=(Sending End Voltage-Receiving end voltage )/Receiving end voltage GO
Receiving End Voltage Using Voltage Regulation (STL)
Receiving end voltage =Sending End Voltage/(Voltage Regulation+1) GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Sending end current =Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Current Using Losses (STL)
Sending end current =(3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)+Power Loss)/(3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal T-method)
Sending end current =acos(Receiving End Power/(Transmission efficiency*3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta))) GO
Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency(ECM)
Sending end current =Receiving End Power/(Transmission efficiency*3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Current Using Sending End Power (STL)
Sending end current =Sending End Power/(3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta)) GO
Sending End Current Using Losses (Nominal T-method)
Sending end current =sqrt((Power Loss/(3/2)*Resistance)-(Receiving end current ^2)) GO
Sending End Current Using Impedance(ECM)
Sending end current =(Sending End Voltage-Receiving end voltage )/Impedance GO
Sending End Current Using Capacitive Voltage (Nominal T-method)
Sending end current =2*(Capacitive Voltage-Sending End Voltage)/Impedance GO
Sending End Current (Nominal T-method)
Sending end current =Receiving end current +Capacitive Current GO
Sending End Current(ECM)
Sending end current =Receiving end current +Capacitive Current GO
Sending End Current Using Losses(ECM)
Sending end current =sqrt(Power Loss/(3*Resistance)) GO

Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) Formula

Sending end current =Receiving End Power/(3*cos(Sending end theta)*Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage)
Is=Pr/(3*cos(Ph-s)*η*Vs)
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Which of the following transmission line can be considered as a medium transmission line?

The transmission lines having a length of more than 80 Km and less than 200 Km are considered medium transmission lines. Their operating voltage is more than short transmission lines but less than long transmission lines.

How to Calculate Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method)?

Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) calculator uses Sending end current =Receiving End Power/(3*cos(Sending end theta)*Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage) to calculate the Sending end current , The Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) formula is defined as the current of the sending end of the medium transmission line. Sending end current and is denoted by Is symbol.

How to calculate Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method), enter Receiving End Power (Pr), Sending end theta (Ph-s), Transmission efficiency (η) and Sending End Voltage (Vs) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.810E-5 = 25/(3*cos(0.4)*50*10000).

FAQ

What is Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method)?
The Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) formula is defined as the current of the sending end of the medium transmission line and is represented as Is=Pr/(3*cos(Ph-s)*η*Vs) or Sending end current =Receiving End Power/(3*cos(Sending end theta)*Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage). Receiving End Power is defined as the power at receiving end of the system, Sending end theta is defined as the sending end theta, Transmission efficiency is the total sideband power by the total transmitted power and Sending end voltage is the voltage at the terminal of generator.
How to calculate Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method)?
The Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method) formula is defined as the current of the sending end of the medium transmission line is calculated using Sending end current =Receiving End Power/(3*cos(Sending end theta)*Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage). To calculate Sending End Current Using Transmission Efficiency (Nominal pi-method), you need Receiving End Power (Pr), Sending end theta (Ph-s), Transmission efficiency (η) and Sending End Voltage (Vs). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Receiving End Power, Sending end theta, Transmission efficiency and Sending End Voltage 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 Sending end current ?
In this formula, Sending end current uses Receiving End Power, Sending end theta, Transmission efficiency and Sending End Voltage. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Sending end current =Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)/(Transmission efficiency*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta))
  • Sending end current =(3*Receiving end voltage *Receiving end current *cos(Receiving end theta)+Power Loss)/(3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta))
  • Sending end current =Sending End Power/(3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta))
  • Sending end current =sqrt((Power Loss/(3/2)*Resistance)-(Receiving end current ^2))
  • Sending end current =acos(Receiving End Power/(Transmission efficiency*3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta)))
  • Sending end current =2*(Capacitive Voltage-Sending End Voltage)/Impedance
  • Sending end current =Receiving end current +Capacitive Current
  • Sending end current =Receiving End Power/(Transmission efficiency*3*Sending End Voltage*cos(Sending end theta))
  • Sending end current =sqrt(Power Loss/(3*Resistance))
  • Sending end current =Receiving end current +Capacitive Current
  • Sending end current =(Sending End Voltage-Receiving end voltage )/Impedance
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