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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Value of Unknown Resistance
Unknown Resistance=((Excitation Speed^2)*Resistance 1*Resistance 2*Resistance 3*(Capacitance 1^2))/(1+((Excitation Speed^2)*(Resistance 1^2)*(Capacitance 1^2))) GO
Value of Unknown Inductance
Unknown Inductance=(Resistance 2*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1)/(1+((Excitation Speed^2)*(Resistance 1^2)*(Capacitance 1^2))) GO
Value of Dissipation Factor
Dissipation Factor=Excitation Speed*Capacitance 2*((Resistance 1*Resistance 4/Resistance 3)-Resistance 2) GO
Frequency of Oscillation of Hartley Oscillator
Frequency of Oscillation=1/(2*pi*sqrt(Total Inductance*Total Capacitance)) GO
Frequency of Oscillation
Frequency of Oscillation=1/(2*pi*sqrt(Total Inductance*Total Capacitance)) GO
Value of I<sub>c</sub>
Current (Capacitor)=Current 1*Excitation Speed*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1 GO
Value of Quality Factor
Quality Factor=Excitation Speed*Unknown Capacitance*Unknown Resistance GO
Value of Quality Factor
Quality Factor=Excitation Speed*Unknown Inductance/Unknown Resistance GO
Measured Value of Charge
Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/(Total Resistance+Rsh) GO
Value of Quality Factor
Quality Factor=1/(Excitation Speed*Resistance 1*Capacitance 1) GO
Value of Resistance
Total Resistance=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Charge GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Measured Value of Charge
Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/(Total Resistance+Rsh) GO

True Value of Charge Formula

Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Total Resistance
Q=ω*L<sub>T</sub>/R
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Measured Value of Charge GO
Value of Inductance GO
Value of Resistance GO
Value of C<sub>d</sub> GO
Value of C<sub>T</sub> GO

What is the working principle of the Q meter?

The working principle of Q meter is series resonant because the resonant exists within the circuit once the reactance of capacitance & reactance is of the same magnitude. They induce energy to oscillate in between the fields of electric & magnetic of the inductor & capacitor respectively.

How to Calculate True Value of Charge?

True Value of Charge calculator uses Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Total Resistance to calculate the Charge, The True Value of Charge formula is used to calculate the actual charge reading of the coil in the Q meter. Charge and is denoted by Q symbol.

How to calculate True Value of Charge using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for True Value of Charge, enter Excitation Speed (ω), Total Inductance (LT) and Total Resistance (R) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the True Value of Charge calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6 = 10*30/50.

FAQ

What is True Value of Charge?
The True Value of Charge formula is used to calculate the actual charge reading of the coil in the Q meter and is represented as Q=ω*LT/R or Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Total Resistance. Excitation Speed is the speed at which the body is made vibrate in forced vibration, Total Inductance is the total inductance of the oscillator and Total resistance is the total effective resistance acting on a network.
How to calculate True Value of Charge?
The True Value of Charge formula is used to calculate the actual charge reading of the coil in the Q meter is calculated using Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Total Resistance. To calculate True Value of Charge, you need Excitation Speed (ω), Total Inductance (LT) and Total Resistance (R). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Excitation Speed, Total Inductance and Total Resistance 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 Charge?
In this formula, Charge uses Excitation Speed, Total Inductance and Total Resistance. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Charge=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/(Total Resistance+Rsh)
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