Calculators Created by Urvi Rathod

Vishwakarma Government Engineering College (VGEC), Ahmedabad
https://www.linkedin.com/in/urvi-rathod-a3b634177
2043
Formulas Created
2150
Formulas Verified
488
Across Categories

List of Calculators by Urvi Rathod

Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Urvi Rathod. Urvi Rathod has created 2043 and verified 2150 calculators across 488 different categories till date.
Verified 3-dB frequency in design insight and trade-off
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Verified 3-dB frequency of cascode amplifier
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Verified Drain resistance in cascode amplifier
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Verified Effective time-constant in design insight and trade-off
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Verified Effective time-constant of cascode amplifier
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Verified Effective time-constant of MOS cascode amplifier
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Verified Gate to drain resistance in cascode amplifier
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Verified Output resistance of cascode amplifier
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Verified Unity gain frequency of MOS cascode amplifier
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1 More High-Frequency Response of the MOS Cascode Amplifier Calculators
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Created Length using Volume of Conductor Material (DC 2-Wire OS)
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Created Line Losses using Volume of Conductor Material (DC 2-Wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses(DC Two-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(DC Two-Wire OS)
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Created Resistance(2-wire DC OS)
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Created A Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created A Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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Created Admittance using A Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created Admittance using B Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created Admittance using D Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created B Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created B Parameter for Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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Created C Parameter for Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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Created D Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created D Parameter for Reciprocal Network (Nominal T-method)
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Created Impedance using A Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created Impedance using D Parameter (Nominal T-method)
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Created A Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created A Parameter For Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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Created Admittance using A Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created Admittance using D Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created B Parameter for Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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Created C Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created C Parameter for Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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Created D Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created D Parameter for Reciprocal Network (Nominal pi-method)
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Created Impedance using A Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created Impedance using C Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Created Impedance using D Parameter (Nominal pi-method)
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Verified Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Effort in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Effort in Moving Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Thread
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Verified Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Thread
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Verified Efficiency of Acme Threaded Power Screw
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Verified Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Effort Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Helix Angle of Power Screw given Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Helix Angle of Power Screw given Load and Coefficient of Friction
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Verified Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Load on Power Screw given Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Load on Power Screw given Effort Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Load on Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Load on Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Mean Diameter of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
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Verified Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Power Screw
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1 More Acme Thread Calculators
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Verified Amplification factor of MOSFET
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Verified Amplification Factor of MOSFET using Device Parameter
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Verified Relation between Small-signal input resistance between base and emitter and emitter resistance
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11 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Verified Current transfer ratio of IC Amplifier given Emitter Current Gain
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Verified Output current of IC amplifier given Emitter Current Gain
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Verified Reference current of BJT Mirror given collector current
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Verified Reference current of IC amplifier
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9 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Verified Error Signal
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Verified Feedback signal when AB is greater than 1
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Verified Gate voltage of source-follower case
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Verified Returned signal of feedback amplifier
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Verified Transition frequency of source-follower transfer function
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18 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Verified Closed-loop voltage gain of Feedback Voltage Amplifiers
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Verified Input resistance in ideal case of Feedback Voltage Amplifiers
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Verified Open-loop input resistance
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Verified Open-loop input resistance of feedback voltage amplifier
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Verified Output resistance of feedback voltage amplifier given amount of feedback
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Verified Output resistance of feedback voltage amplifier given resistance
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Verified Test current of feedback amplifier
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7 More Amplification factor Calculators
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Verified Input resistance of base of emitter-follower
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Verified Input resistance of emitter-follower
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Verified Input voltage of emitter-follower
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Verified Output resistance of emitter-follower
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Verified Output voltage of emitter-follower
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Verified Overall voltage gain of emitter-follower
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Verified Concentration of Hydronium ion in Weak Base and Strong Acid
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Verified Degree of Hydrolysis in Salt of Weak Acid and Strong Base
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Verified Hydrolysis Constant in Weak Acid and Strong Base
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Verified pH of Salt of Weak Acid and Strong Base
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2 More Anionic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Verified Max Radiation Intensity
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8 More Antenna Basics Calculators
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Verified Antenna Gain
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Verified Avg Radiation Intensity
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Verified Beam Width
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Verified Directivity of Antenna
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Verified Isotropic Radiation Intensity
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2 More Antenna theory-Parameters Calculators
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Verified Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley
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Verified Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Verified Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Verified Bending Stress in Arm of Belt Driven Pulley
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Verified Bending Stress in Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Verified Major Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Verified Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Verified Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Bending Stress in Arm
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Verified Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Verified Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Torque and Bending Stress
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Verified Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm
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Verified Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm given Bending Stress in Arm
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Verified Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm given Minor Axis of Elliptical Section Arm
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Verified Number of Arms of Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Verified Number of Arms of Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Verified Number of Arms of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Verified Radius of Rim of Pulley given Bending Moment Acting on Arm
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Verified Radius of Rim of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Verified Tangential Force at End of Each Arm of Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Verified Tangential Force at End of Each Arm of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Verified Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Verified Torque Transmitted by Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Verified Torque Transmitted by Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Verified Area of memory cell
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Verified Area of memory containing N bits
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Verified Array efficiency
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Verified Bit Capacitance
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Verified Cell Capacitance
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Verified Voltage Swing On Bitline
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Verified Diameter of Shaft given Principle Shear Stress
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Verified Equivalent Bending Moment when Shaft is Subjected to Fluctuating Loads
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Verified Equivalent Torsional Moment when Shaft is Subjected to Fluctuating Loads
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Verified Principle Shear Stress- maximum shear stress theory of failure
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Verified Angle of Wrap given Tension on Loose Side of Band
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Verified Coefficient of Friction between Friction Lining and Brake Drum
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Verified Radius of Brake Drum given Torque Absorbed by Brake
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Verified Tension of Tight Side of Band
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Verified Tension on Loose Side of Band
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Verified Tension on Loose Side of Band given Torque Absorbed by Brake
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Verified Tension on Tight Side of Band given Torque Absorbed by Brake
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Verified Torque Absorbed by Brake
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Verified Input Resistance of Transistor Amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain when load resistance is connected at amplifier
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Created Small Signal Input Resistance given Common Base Current Gain
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Verified Small Signal Input Voltage given Transconductance
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Verified Small Signal Voltage given Resistance
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Verified Voltage between gate and source
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8 More Basic Configurations Calculators
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Verified Actual length of Specimen
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Verified Area affected by Light Incident
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Verified Area of Bulb
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Verified Area of Capillary Tube
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Verified Area of Detector
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Verified Breadth of Former
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Verified Largest Reading(Xmax)
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Verified Length of Capillary Tube
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Verified Length of Oscilloscope
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Verified Smallest reading(Xmin)
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Verified Thickness of Metal Disc
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Verified Average Distance between Cavities
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Verified Average Transit Time through Buncher Gap
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Verified Capacitance at Vane Tips
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Verified Cathode Radius
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Verified Conductance of Resonator
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Verified D.C Transit-Time
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Verified Distortion Line
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Verified Drift Space Length
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Verified Integer value
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Verified Length of Slow Wave Structure
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Verified Number of Resonant Cavities
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Verified Numerical Number
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Verified Optimum Transit Time
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Verified Shunt Resistance in Parallel Resonant Circuit
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Verified Skin Depth
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Verified Spectral Line Frequency
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3 More BASIC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS Calculators
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Verified Angular Velocity of Gear given Speed Ratio
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Verified Angular Velocity of Pinion given Speed Ratio
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Verified Axial Pitch of Helical Gear given helix angle
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Verified Center to Center distance between two Gears
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Verified Normal Circular Pitch of Helical Gear
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Verified Normal Circular Pitch of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
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Verified Normal Pressure Angle of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
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Verified Pitch of Helical Gear given Axial Pitch
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Verified Pitch of Helical Gear given Normal Circular Pitch
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Verified Semi Major Axis of elliptical profile given Radius of curvature at point
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Verified Semi Minor Axis of elliptical profile given Radius of curvature at point
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Verified Speed Ratio for Helical Gears
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Verified Transverse Diametrical Pitch of Helical Gear given Transverse Module
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Verified Transverse Module of Helical Gear given Normal Module
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Verified Transverse Module of Helical Gear given Transverse Diametrical Pitch
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Verified Transverse Pressure Angle of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
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Verified Intrinsic gain of BJT
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Verified Output resistance of transistor at intrinsic gain
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Verified Voltage gain of amplifier with current-source load
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Verified Voltage gain of amplifier with current-source load given finite output resistance
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7 More Basic gain cell in an IC amplifier Calculators
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Verified Density of Liquid
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Verified Depth of Fluid
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Verified Drag Coefficient of Pipe
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Verified Heat transfer coefficient
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Verified Immersed Depth
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Verified Mass Flow Rate
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Verified Mass of dry air or gas in mixture
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Verified Mass of water vapor in mixture
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Verified Specific Weight of Liquid in Manometer
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Verified Weight of air
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Verified Weight of Body in Liquid
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Verified Weight of Displacer
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Verified Weight of Material in Container
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Verified Weight of material on length of weighing platform
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Verified Weight on Force Sensor
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Verified Average Deviation
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Verified Effective area of Electrode
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Verified Location of Point
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Verified Maximum Displacement Deviation
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Verified Measured Value of quantity
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Verified Number of Gaps in Circle
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Verified Number of Positive Peak
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Verified Number of Revolution made
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Verified Number of Right Hand Side Peak
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Verified Number of turns per unit length of magnetic coil
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Verified Vertical Frequency
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Verified DC Bias Voltage
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Verified Drain Current in Load Line
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Verified Maximum Voltage Gain at Bias Point
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Verified Maximum Voltage Gain given all Voltages
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Verified Overdrive voltage when MOSFET acts as amplifier with load resistance
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Verified Voltage across collector-emitter of BJT Amplifier
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Verified Voltage Gain at Bias Point
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Verified Voltage Gain at Bias Point given Overdrive Voltage
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Verified Voltage Gain given all Voltages
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Verified Voltage Gain given Collector Current
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Verified Voltage Gain given Drain Current
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Verified Voltage Gain given Drain Voltage
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9 More Basic Principles Calculators
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Verified Process transconductance parameter of PMOS
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11 More Basics of Amplifier Calculators
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Verified Drain Voltage
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Verified Static Current
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Verified Static Power Dissipation
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Verified Switching Power in CMOS
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2 More Basics of CMOS-VLSI Calculators
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Verified Closed-loop gain of Feedback Amplifier
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Verified Gain-bandwidth Product
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9 More Basics of Control System Calculators
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Created Armature Resistance of Series DC Generator given Output Power
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Created Armature Resistance of Series DC Generator using Voltage
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Created EMF for DC Generator for Wave Winding
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Created Series Field Resistance of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
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Created Torque in Series DC Generator using output power
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Created Torque of Series DC Generator given Angular Speed and Armature Current
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Created Torque of Series DC Generator given Input Power
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Created Torque of Series DC Generator given Kf
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2 More Basics of DC Generator Calculators
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Created Angular Speed of DC Machine
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Verified Back pitch
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Created Constant of DC Machine
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Created EMF Generated per Path for Lap Winding
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Created EMF of DC Machine given Constant of DC Machine
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Created Frequency given Speed
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Created Magnetic flux of Series DC Generator given Torque
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Created Magnetic flux of Series DC Generator using Kf
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Created Angular Speed given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Armature Current given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Armature Resistance given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Armature Torque given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Armature Torque given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Back EMF
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Created Current given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Shunt Field Current given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Torque given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Voltage given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Voltage given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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7 More Basics of DC Motor Calculators
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Created Frequency given Number of Poles
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Created Gross Torque developed per phase
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Created Maximum Running Torque
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Created Motor Efficiency using Slip
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Created Number of Poles given Synchronous Speed
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Created Reactance given Slip
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Created Resistance given slip
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Created Starting Torque of Induction Motor
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Created Torque of Induction Motor under Running Condition
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3 More Basics of Induction Motor Calculators
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Verified Average time to traverse emitter to collector
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Verified Bandwidth of Negative Resistance Parametric Amplifier
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Verified Bandwidth of Parametric Up-Converter
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Verified Characteristic impedance of circulator
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Verified Figure of Merit for Nonlinear Capacitor
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Verified Figure of Merit of Non-linear Capacitor
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Verified First Fourier component of elastance
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Verified Magnitude of Negative Resistance
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Verified Maximum Allowable Applied Voltage
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Verified Maximum Current of Device
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Verified Noise Figure of double side band
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Verified Noise Figure of Parametric Up-Converter
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Verified Noise Figure of single side band
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Verified Output Resistance of Idler Generator
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Verified Output Resistance of Signal Generator
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Verified Ratio negative resistance to series resistance
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Verified Reactive Impedence
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Verified Room Temperature
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Verified Saturation Drift Velocity
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Verified Static Figure of Merit Cut-off Frequency
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Verified Total Series Resistance at Fi
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Verified Total Series Resistance at Fs
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Verified AC Conductance(Gs)
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Verified Amplitude of Wave Function
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Verified Liquid Concentration
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Verified Mean Free Path
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Verified Optical Generation Rate(gop)
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Verified Phi-dependent Wave Function
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Verified Successive value of Integer
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Verified Thermal Generation of EHP
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Verified Thermal Generation Rate
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Verified Uncompensated Charge(Q)
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3 More Basics of Solid State Devices Calculators
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Created Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Created Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
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Created Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
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Created Ka of Synchronous Motor given Back Emf
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Created Magnetic Flux of Synchronous Motor given Back EMF
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Created Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given 3-phase Input Power
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Created Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Created Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given Input Power
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Created Synchronous Speed of Synchronous Motor given ka
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Created Synchronous Speed of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
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Created Area of Core given EMF Induced in Primary Winding
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Created Area of Core given EMF Induced in Secondary Winding
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Created Frequency given EMF Induced in Primary Winding
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Created Frequency given EMF Induced in Secondary Winding
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Created Maximum Flux Density given Primary Winding
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Created Maximum Flux Density using Secondary Winding
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Created Maximum Flux in Core using Primary Winding
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Created Maximum Flux in Core using Secondary Winding
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Created Number of Turns in Primary winding
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Created Number of Turns in Primary Winding given Transformation Ratio
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Created Number of Turns in Secondary Winding
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Created Number of Turns in Secondary Winding given Transformation Ratio
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2 More Basics of Transformer Calculators
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Verified Bending Moment due to Force
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Verified Bending Moment due to Force given Angle of Rotation of Arbor with Respect to Drum
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Verified Bending Moment due to Force given Deflection of one End of Spring
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Verified Bending Moment given Strain Energy Stored in Spring
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BJT (10)
Verified Base Resistance
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Verified Base Transit Time
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Verified Collector Depletion Layer Charging Time
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Verified Collector Depletion layer Transit Time
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Verified Collector Frequency Capacitance
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Verified Emitter Base Junction Charging Time
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Verified Emitter to Collector Delay Time
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Verified Emitter to Collector Distance
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Verified Emitter-Base Junction Charging Time
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Verified Junction capacitance at voltage V
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Verified Actual Coefficient of Friction given Equivalent Coefficient of Friction
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Verified Equivalent Coefficient of Friction in Block Brake with Long Shoe
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Verified Braking Torque when Brakes are Applied
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Verified Coefficient of Friction given Braking Torque
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Verified Length of Block given Normal Reaction
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Verified Normal Reaction Force
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Verified Normal Reaction Force given Braking Torque
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Verified Permissible Pressure between Block and Brake Drum given Normal Reaction
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Verified Radius of Drum Brake given Braking Torque
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Verified Width of Block given Normal Reaction Force
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Verified Change in Wave Number of Moving Particle
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Verified Change in Wavelength of Moving Particle
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Verified Frequency using Energy
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3 More Bohr's Atomic Model Calculators
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Verified Core Diameter of Bolt given Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Verified Core Diameter of Bolt given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Verified Diameter of Hole inside Bolt
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Verified Factor of Safety given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Verified Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Verified Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Diameter of Hole inside Bolt
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Verified Tensile Force on Bolt given Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Verified Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Verified Yield Strength of Bolt in Tension given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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10 More Bolted Joints Calculators
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Verified Buffer Capacity
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Verified Maximum pH of Basic Buffer
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Verified Maximum pOH of Acidic Buffer
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8 More Buffer Solution Calculators
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Verified Finite input resistance of small-signal operation of current mirrors given transconductance
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Verified Output current of IC amplifier
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Verified Output current of IC Amplifier given incremental voltage
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Verified Output resistance in small-signal operation of current mirrors
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Verified Reference current of BJT Mirror
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6 More Building Blocks of Integrated-Circuit Amplifiers Calculators
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Verified Capacitance of external load
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Verified Capacitance Offpath
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Verified Capacitance Onpath
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Verified Input capacitance of gate
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Verified Propagation Delay without Parasitic Capacitance
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Verified Total capacitance seen by stage
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Verified Additional Capacitance
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Verified Capacitance due to space between specimen and dielectric
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Verified Capacitance of Amplifier
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Verified Capacitance of Cable
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Verified Capacitance of Specimen
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Verified Capacitance of Transducer
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Verified Capacitance of Voltmeter
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Verified Capacitance with specimen as dielectric
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Verified Change in Resistance
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Verified Current generator capacitance
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Verified Effective Capacitance of Cs and Co
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Verified Parallel plate relative permeability
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Verified Self-Capacitance of Coil
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Verified Capacitance for Parallel Plate Capacitors with Dielectric between them
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Verified Capacitor with dielectric
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Verified Energy Density given electric field
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Verified Energy Density in Electric Field given Free Space Permittivity
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15 More Capacitor Calculators
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Verified Cross-sectional Area of Rod given Strain Energy stored in Rod
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Verified Force Applied on Rod given Strain Energy Stored in Tension Rod
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Verified Length of Rod given Strain Energy Stored
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Verified Length of Shaft given Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Verified Length of Shaft when Strain Energy in Shaft Subjected to External Torque
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Verified Modulus of Elasticity given Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Verified Modulus of Elasticity of Rod given Strain Energy Stored
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Verified Modulus of Rigidity of Rod given Strain Energy in Rod
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Verified Moment of Inertia of Shaft when Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Verified Polar Moment of Inertia of Rod given Strain Energy in Rod
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Verified Strain Energy in Rod when it is Subjected to External Torque
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Verified Strain Energy Stored in Rod Subjected to Bending Moment
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Verified Strain Energy Stored in Tension Rod
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Verified Torque given Strain Energy in Rod Subjected to External Torque
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Verified Concentration of Hydronium Ion in Salt of Weak Acid and Strong Base
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Verified Hydrolysis Constant in Strong Acid and Weak Base
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Verified pH of Salt of Weak Base and Strong Base
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Verified pOH of Salt of Weak Base and Strong Base
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3 More Cationic Salt Hydrolysis Calculators
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Verified Average calling time
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Verified Maximum calls per hour per cell
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Verified New Traffic Load
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Verified Offered Load
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Verified Traffic Load
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2 More Cellular Concepts Calculators
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Verified Carrier Lifetime
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Verified Conduction Band Edge
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Verified Coulomb Constant(K)
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Verified Current Due to Optical Generator Carrier
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Verified Distribution Coefficient
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Verified Energy Gap
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Verified Fermi Function
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Verified Majority Carrier Decay
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Verified Mean Time Spend by Carrier
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Verified Net rate of Change in Conduction Band(ar)
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Verified Transition Width(W)
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Verified Valence Band Edge
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1 More Charge Carrier Calculators
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Verified Circumference of Circle given diameter
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4 More Circumference of Circle Calculators
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Verified Sample coefficient of variation
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6 More Coefficients Calculators
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Verified Collect current when small difference of input voltage is made in BJT Amplifier
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Verified Differential gain of BJT Amplifier when resistance in emitter leads
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Verified Differential gain of BJT differential amplifier
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Verified Differential input resistance of BJT Amplifier
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Verified Emitter current of BJT differential amplifier
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Verified Voltage gain of BJT differential half-circuit
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5 More Common Mode Rejection Ratio Calculators
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Verified Emitter current of common-base amplifier
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Verified Input resistance of common-base amplifier
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Verified Input resistance of common-base amplifier given emitter resistance
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Verified Input voltage of common-base amplifier
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Verified Output voltage of common-base amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain of common-base amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain of common-base amplifier given transconductance
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Verified Input resistance of common emitter amplifier
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Verified Input resistance of common emitter amplifier given small-signal input resistance
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Verified Input resistance of common-emitter amplifier given emitter resistance
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Verified Output resistance of common-emitter amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain of common-emitter amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain of common-emitter amplifier given emitter resistance
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Verified Input resistance of common-collector amplifier
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Verified Input Resistance of MOSFETs Transconductance
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Verified Open-circuit voltage gain of CS amplifier
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Verified Output resistance of buffer amplifier
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Verified Output resistance of common-drain amplifier
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Verified Output resistance of Emitter-Follower Output
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Verified Overall Voltage Gain of Amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain of amplifier when load resistance is connected to output
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Verified Overall voltage gain of buffer amplifier given load resistance
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Verified Overall voltage gain of common-collector amplifier
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Verified Overall voltage gain of source follower
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Verified Voltage gain of buffer amplifier
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Verified Voltage gain of common-drain amplifier
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Verified Voltage Gain of CS Amplifier
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1 More Common-Gate (CG) and the Common-Base (CB) Amplifiers Calculators
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Verified Overall voltage gain of common-source amplifier
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2 More Common-source amplifier Calculators
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Verified Molarity
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Verified Molarity using Molality
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Verified Molarity using Mole Fraction
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Verified Mole Fraction of Solute
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Verified Mole Fraction of Solvent
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Verified Mole Fraction using Molality
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Verified Mole Fraction using Molarity
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Verified Number of Moles of Solute using Molarity
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14 More Concentration Terms Calculators
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Verified Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Verified Cross-Sectional Area of Inner Spring given Axial force transmitted
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Verified Cross-sectional Area of Inner Spring Wire
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Verified Cross-sectional Area of Outer Spring given Axial force transmitted
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Verified Cross-sectional Area of Outer Spring Wire
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Verified Radial Clearance between Concentric Springs
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Verified Wire Diameter of Inner Spring given Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Verified Wire Diameter of Inner Spring given Radial Clearance between Springs
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Verified Wire Diameter of Outer Spring given Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Verified Wire Diameter of Outer Spring given Radial Clearance between Springs
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1 More Concentric Springs Calculators
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Verified Duty Cycle for Buck Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Input Voltage for Buck Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Output Voltage for Buck Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Duty Cycle for Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Input Voltage for Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Output Voltage for Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Duty Cycle for Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Input Voltage for Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Output Voltage for Buck-Boost Regulator (CCM)
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Verified Core Diameter of Bolt given Diameter of Hole Inside Bolt
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4 More Core Diameter Calculators
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Verified Average Holding Time
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Verified Average Number of Call
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Verified Average Poisson Call Arrival Rate
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Verified Downtime for High Availability
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Verified High Availability
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Verified Traffic Flow of Traffic Intensity
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Verified Trunk Occupancy
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Verified Unavailability of System
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Verified Uptime for High Availability
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Verified Belt Length for Cross Belt Drive
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Verified Center Distance given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Verified Diameter of Big Pulley given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Verified Diameter of Small Pulley given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Verified Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
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Verified Duty Cycle for Cuk Regulator
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Verified Input Voltage for Cuk Regulator
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Verified Output Voltage for Cuk Regulator
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Created Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Input Power
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Created Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Torque
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Created Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Voltage
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Created Field Current of DC shunt motor
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Created Shunt Field Current
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Created Shunt Field Current of Shunt DC Motor
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Created Current using Complex Power
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Created Current using Power Factor
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Created Electric Current using Reactive Power
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Created Electric Current using Real Power
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Created Line to Neutral Current using Reactive Power
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Created Line to Neutral Current using Real Power
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Created RMS Current using Reactive Power
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Created RMS Current using Real Power
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Created Armature Current given Power
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Created Field Current using Load Current
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Created Load Current
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Created Primary Current given Primary Leakage Reactance
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Created Primary Current given Voltage Transformation Ratio
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Created Primary Current using Primary Parameters
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Created Secondary Current given Secondary Leakage Reactance
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Created Secondary Current given Voltage Transformation Ratio
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Created Secondary Current using Secondary Parameters
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Created Armature Current in Series DC Generator using output power
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Converted Power
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Kf
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Output Power
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Torque
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
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Created Load Current of Series DC Generator given Load Power
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Created Load Current of Series DC Generator given Output Power
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Input Power
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Torque
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Created Armature Current of Series DC Motor using Voltage
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Created Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Created Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
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Created Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
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Created Load Current of Synchronous Motor given 3-phase Mechanical Power
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Created Load Current of Synchronous Motor using 3-phase Input Power
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Current (19)
Created A-phase Current using a-phase voltage(LGF)
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Created A-phase Current using Fault impedance (LGF)
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Created A-phase Current using Negative Sequence Current (LGF)
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Created A-phase Current using Positive Sequence Current (LGF)
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Created A-phase Current using Zero Sequence Current (LGF)
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Created Negative Sequence Current for L-G-F
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Created Negative Sequence Current using a-Phase Current (LGF)
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Created Negative Sequence Current using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Created Negative Sequence Impedance for L-G-F
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Created Negative Sequence Impedance using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Created Negative Sequence Voltage for L-G-F
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Created Negative Sequence Voltage using a-phase Current (LGF)
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Created Positive Sequence Current for L-G-F
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Created Positive Sequence Current using a-phase Current (LGF)
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Created Positive Sequence Current using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Created Positive Sequence Current using Fault Impedance(LGF)
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Created Zero Sequence Current for L-G-F
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Created Zero Sequence current using a-phase Current (LGF)
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Created Zero Sequence Current using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Created B-phase Current (LLF)
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Created B-phase Current using Fault Impedance (LLF)
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Created C-phase Current using Fault Impedance (LLF)
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Created C-phase Current(LLF)
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Created Negative Sequence Current(LLF)
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Created Positive Sequence Current (LLF)
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Current (10)
Created B-Phase Current (LLGF)
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Created C-Phase Current (LLGF)
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Created Fault Current (LLGF)
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Created Fault Current using b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Fault Current using c-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Negative Sequence Current using Negative Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Positive Sequence Current using Positive Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Zero Sequence Current using b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Zero Sequence Current using c-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Zero Sequence Current using Zero Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Receiving End Current using Impedance (STL)
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Created Receiving End Current using Losses(STL)
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Created Receiving End Current using Receiving End Power (STL)
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Created Receiving End Current using Sending End Angle (STL)
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Created Receiving End Current using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
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Created Sending End Current using Losses (STL)
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Created Sending End Current using Sending End Power (STL)
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Created Sending End Current using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
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Current (15)
Verified Average Load of Meter
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Verified Average Meter Current
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Verified Light Power
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Verified Luminous Intensity in direction at angle
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Verified Luminous Intensity in direction normal to surface
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Verified Magnitude of Input
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Verified Maximum Demand
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Verified Microammeter Current
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Verified Peak Meter Current
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Verified Phase Difference between Two Sine Wave
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Verified Phase Difference in Division
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Verified Power Consumed at Full-Scale Reading
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Verified RMS Incident power of Detector
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Verified Thickness of Strip
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Verified Wattmeter Reading
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Created Load Current(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using K(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Load Current(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage (Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current(Two-Wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material(2-Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-Section(DC 3-wire)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses(DC 3-wire)
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Created Load Current(DC 3-wire)
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Created Maximum Power using Constant(DC 3-wire)
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Created Maximum Power using Load Current(DC 3-wire)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section(DC 3-wire)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses(DC 3-wire)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (DC 3-wire)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-Section(single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created Load Current(single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(single phase two wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (single Phase two Wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-Section(single Phase two - Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Created Load Current(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-section(single-Phase two-Wire Mid-point Earthed OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (single-Phase two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-section(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Load Current(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(1-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (1-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-section(2-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created Load Current(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(2-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(2-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created Load Current(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Resistance(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Resistivity using Area of X-section(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-section(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current(3-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Load Current(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-section(3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (3-phase 4-wire OS)
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Created Load Current in Each Outer (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Load Current of Neutral Wire (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-Section(2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Load Current(2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section(2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Maximum Voltage(2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (2-phase 3-wire OS)
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Created Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Load Current using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Load Current using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage(1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Created Receiving End Angle (LTL)
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Created Receiving End Angle using Hyperbolic Sine(LTL)
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Created Receiving End Current using Sending End Current (LTL)
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Created Receiving End Current using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Created Receiving End Voltage using Sending End Current (LTL)
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Created Receiving End Voltage using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Created Sending End Current (LTL)
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Created Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Created Load Current (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Volume of Conductor Material (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Current using Line Losses (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Load Current Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage between Each Phase and Neutral (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (DC Three-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using RMS Voltage Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material(DC Three-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current Per Phase (3-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Current in Each Outer using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Current in Neutral Wire using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Phase Voltage between Outer and Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using RMS Voltage between Outer and Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage between Outer and Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-section (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material(1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-section (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material(1-phase 3-wire US)
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Created Load Current (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
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Created Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Area of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Load Current using Volume of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Created Load Current (2-wire Mid-point DC US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (2-wire Mid-point earthed DC US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2-wire Mid-point DC US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (2-wire Mid-point DC US)
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Created RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (2-wire Mid-point earthed DC US)
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Created Load Current using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (DC Two-Wire US)
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Created Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Verified Collector Current given Early Voltage for PNP transistor
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Verified Collector Current using early Voltage for NPN Transistor
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Verified Output resistance of BJT
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Verified Output resistance of transistor when base current is constant
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Verified Drift Speed
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Verified Drift Speed given Cross-Sectional Area
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Verified Temperature Dependence of Resistance
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18 More Current Electricity Calculators
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Verified Base Current 1 of BJT
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Verified Base Current 2 of BJT
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Verified Collector Current of BJT
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Verified Collector Current using Emitter Current
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Verified Collector current when saturation current due to DC voltage
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Verified Common-base current gain
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Verified Common-Emitter Current gain using Common-Base Current Gain
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Verified Concentration of electrons injected from emitter to base
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Verified Emitter Current of BJT
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Verified Emitter Current using Collector Current and Current Gain
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Verified Emitter Current using Common Emitter Current Gain
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Verified Emitter Current using Transistor Constant
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Verified Total base current
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Verified Output current of Widlar Current Source
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Verified Output resistance of Wilson MOS Mirror
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Verified Reference current of Wilson current mirror
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5 More Current-Mirror Circuits with Improved Performance Calculators
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Verified Area of Source Diffusion(AS)
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Verified Body effect coefficient
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Verified Built-in potential
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Verified Capacitance gate to base
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Verified Capacitance gate to drain
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Verified Capacitance gate to source
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Verified Capacitance junction between body and bottom of source
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Verified Capacitance of junction between body and sidewalls of source
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Verified Intrinsic gate capacitance
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Verified Length of Source(D)
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Verified Sidewall Perimeter of Source Diffusion
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Verified Total Source Parasitic Capacitance
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Verified Width of Source Diffusion
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Verified Amplitude of Reference signal
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Verified Amplitude of Signal Received from Target at Range Ro
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Verified CFA D.C Power Input
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Verified CFA RF drive power
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Verified CW oscillator voltage
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Verified Distance from antenna 1 to target
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Verified Distance from antenna 2
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Verified Doppler Frequency Shift
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Verified Echo Signal Voltage
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Verified Efficiency of Cross-Field Amplifier(CFA)
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Verified Measured position at nth scan
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Verified Peak quantization lobe
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Verified Phase difference between echo signals
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Verified Position Smoothing parameter
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Verified Predicted position of target
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Verified Radar antenna height
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Verified Range-resolution
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Verified RF Power output
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Verified Smoothed position
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Verified Smoothed Velocity
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Verified Target height
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Verified Target Velocity
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Verified Time between Observations
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Verified Velocity Smoothing Parameter
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Verified Carry-Increamentor Adder Delay
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Verified Carry-Looker Adder (CLA) delay
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Verified Carry-Ripple adder Critical Path Delay
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Verified Carry-Skip Adder Delay
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Verified Group Propagation delay
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Verified K-input 'and' gate
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Verified Multiplexer Delay
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Verified N-bit carry-skip adder
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Verified N-input 'and' gate
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Verified Tree Adder Delay
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Verified XOR Delay
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Created Voltage
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9 More DC Circuits Calculators
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Created Converted Power
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Created Field Cu Losses
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Created Mechanical Power given Input Power
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Created Output Power using Load Current
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Created Series Field Copper Loss
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Created Total Loss Power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Armature Copper Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Constant Losses given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Converted Power given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Converted Power given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Core Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Field Copper Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Input Power given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Input Power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Mechanical Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Output Power given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
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Created Output power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
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Verified Input Offset Voltage of BJT Differential Amplifier given collector resistance
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Verified Input Offset Voltage of MOS Differential Amplifier given saturation current
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Verified Total Input Offset Voltage of MOS Differential Amplifier given saturation current
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4 More DC Offset Calculators
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Created Angular Speed of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Created Angular Speed of Series DC Motor given Output Power
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Created Armature Resistance of Series DC Motor given Voltage
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Created Input Power of Series DC Motor
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Created K of Series DC Motor using Speed
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Created Kf of Series DC Motor given Torque
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Created Kf of Series DC Motor using Armature Induced Voltage
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Created Magnetic Flux of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Created Magnetic Flux of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Created Magnetic Flux of Series DC motor given Torque
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Created Output Power of Series DC Motor
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Created Series Field Resistance of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Created Series Field Resistance of Series DC Motor given Voltage
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Created Speed of Series DC Motor
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Created Torque of Series DC Motor given Kf
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Created Torque of Series DC Motor given Output Power
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Created Armature Copper Loss
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Created Armature Current for DC shunt generator
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Verified Coil Span
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Created EMF for DC Generator
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Created Input Power 3-Phase
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Created Input Power Per Phase
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Created Power Generated given Armature Current
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Created Power Generated given Torque
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Created Power Loss due to Brush Drop
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Created Shunt Field Copper Loss
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Created Shunt Generator Terminal Voltage
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3 More DC Shunt Generator Calculators
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Created Armature Conductors of DC Shunt Motor using K
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Created Armature Parallel Path of Shunt DC Motor
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Created Armature Resistance of Shunt DC Motor given Voltage
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15 More De Broglie Hypothesis Calculators
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15 More Density for Gases Calculators
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Verified Diameter of Spring Wire given Mean Stress in Spring
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Verified Force Amplitude on Spring given Torsional Stress Amplitude
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Verified Mean Diameter of Spring coil given Mean Stress on Spring
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Verified Mean Force on Spring given Mean Stress
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Verified Mean Stress on Spring
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Verified Minimum Force on Spring given Force Amplitude
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Verified Shear Stress Factor for Spring given Torsional stress amplitude
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Verified Shear Yield Strength of Oil-hardened Tempered Steel Wires
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Verified Shear Yield Strength of Patented and Cold-drawn Steel Wires
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Verified Spring Index given Mean Stress on spring
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Verified Torsional Stress Amplitude in Spring
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Verified Ultimate Tensile Stress of Ol hardened tempered Steel wires
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Verified Ultimate Tensile Stress of Patented and Cold drawn Steel wires
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Verified Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
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Verified Modulus of Rigidity given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on basis of Torsional Rigidity
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Verified Outer Diameter given Ratio of Diameters
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Verified Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Angle of Twist- Torsional Rigidity
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Verified Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Principle Stress
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Verified Outer Diameter of Shaft given Torsional Shear Stress
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Verified Principle Stress- Maximum Principle Stress Theory
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Verified Ratio of Diameter given Torsional Shear Stress in Hollow Shaft
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Verified Ratio of Diameters given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft and Torsional Rigidity
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Verified Ratio of Diameters given Bending Stress of Hollow Shaft
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Verified Ratio of Diameters given Principle Stress
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Verified Ratio of Diameters given Tensile Stress in Hollow Shaft
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Verified Ratio of Inner Diameter to Outer Diameter
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Verified Torsional Moment given Angle of Twist on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
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Verified Torsional Moment given Torsional Shear Stress in Hollow Shaft
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5 More Design of Hollow Shaft Calculators
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Verified Compressive Stress in Kennedy Key
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Verified Length of Kennedy Key given Compressive Stress in Key
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Verified Compressive Stress of Spigot
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Verified Equivalent Stress by Distortion Energy Theory
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Verified Factor of Safety for bi-axial State of Stress
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Verified Permissible Shear Stress for Cotter
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Verified Permissible Shear Stress for Spigot
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Verified Polar Moment of Inertia of Solid Circular Shaft
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Verified Shear yield strength by maximum distortion energy theory
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Verified Shear yield strength by maximum shear stress theory
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Verified Stress Amplitude
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Verified Tensile Stress in Spigot
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5 More Design of Machine Elements Calculators
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Verified Compressive Stress in Key
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Verified Height of Key given Compressive Stress in Key
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Verified Length of Key given Shear Stress
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Verified Shaft Diameter given Force on Key
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Verified Shear Stress in given Force on Key
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Verified Shear Stress in Key given Torque Transmitted
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Verified Torque Transmitted by Keyed Shaft given Force on Keys
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Verified Torque Transmitted by Keyed Shaft given Stress in Key
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Verified Width of Key given Shear Stress in Key
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Verified Digital Image Column
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Verified Number of Bits
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Verified Number of Grey Level(L)
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1 More Digital Image Processing Calculators
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Verified Number of SE in equivalent multistage
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Verified Number of SE in Single Switch
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Verified Switching Element Advantage Factor
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Verified Area of thermal contact
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Verified Average Velocity of System
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Verified Length of Pipe
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Verified Length of weighing platform
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Verified Area of Cross-section of Specimen
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Verified Area of hysteresis loop
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Verified Area of Secondary Coil
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Verified Area Projected at solid angle
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Verified Depth of Permanent Magnet
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Verified Length of Former
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Verified Length of Solenoid
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Diode (9)
Verified Current in Zener diode(Zener current)
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Verified Cut-off frequency of varactor diode
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Verified Diode Equation given Saturation Current
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Verified Ideal Diode Equation at room temperature
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Verified Non-Ideal Diode Equation
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Verified Quality Factor of Varactor Diode
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Verified Self-Resonance Frequency of Varactor Diode
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Verified Thermal voltage of Diode equation
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Verified Thermal Voltage or Voltage equivalent of temperature
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2 More Diode Calculators
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Diode (7)
Verified Average diode temperature in degree K
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Verified Diode temperature
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Verified Negative Conductance of Diode
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Verified Reflection Coefficient from circulator to tunnel diode
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Verified Series resistance of diode
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Verified Series Resistance of p-n Junction Diode
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Verified Azimuth Angle
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Verified Commutation Period for Buck Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Inductor Value for Buck Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Output Current for Buck Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Output Voltage for Buck Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Commutation Period for Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Duty Cycle for Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Inductor Value for Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Output Current for Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Output Voltage for Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Commutation Period for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Inductor Value for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Output Current for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Output Voltage for Buck-Boost Regulator (DCM)
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Verified Actuating Force
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Verified Actuating Force given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
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Verified Angular Dimension of Pad given Area of Brake Pad
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Verified Area of Brake Pad
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Verified Area of Pad given Actuating Force
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Verified Average Pressure given Actuating Force
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Verified Coefficient of Friction given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
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Verified Friction Radius given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
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Verified Friction Radius of Disk Brake
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Verified Inner Radius of Brake Pad given Area of Brake Pad
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Verified Outer Radius of Brake Pad given Area of Brake Pad
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Verified Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
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Verified Allowable Load per mm Length of Transverse Fillet Weld
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Verified Force Acting given Shear Stress-induced in Plane that is Inclined at angle theta
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Verified Leg of Weld given Maximum Shear Stress-induced in Plane
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Verified Leg of Weld given Shear Stress-induced in Plane
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Verified Length of Weld given Maximum Shear Stress-induced in Plane
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Verified Length of Weld given Shear Stress-induced in Plane that is inclined at Angle theta
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Verified Maximum Shear Stress-induced in Plane that is Inclined at Angle theta
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Verified Shear Stress-Induced in Plane that is inclined at Angle theta to Horizontal
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3 More Double Transverse Fillet Weld Calculators
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Verified Couple on Weld given Torsional Shear Stress in Throat Area of Weld
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Verified Distance of point in Weld from Center of Gravity given Torsional Shear Stress
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Verified Length of Weld given Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about its Center of Gravity
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Verified Load acting on Weld given Primary Stress
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Verified Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center of Gravity
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Verified Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center of Gravity given Torsional Shear Stress
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Verified Primary Shear Stress in Weld
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Verified Throat Area of Weld given Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center
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Verified Throat Area of Weld given Primary Shear Stress
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Verified Torsional Shear Stress in Throat Area of Weld
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Verified Angular Deflection of Spring
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Verified Average Monthly Load Factor
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Verified Current at Full-scale reading
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Verified Current in pressure coil circuit
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Verified Degree Per Division
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Verified Detectivity
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Verified Secondary Phasor
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Verified Throw of Galvanometer
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Verified Transformer Ratio
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Verified Vertical Peak to Peak Division
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Verified Voltage applied to wattmeter pressure coil
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3 More Electrical Instrumentation Calculators
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Verified Base amplifier Current
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Verified Capacitance with no Liquid
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Verified Collector Current
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Verified Current Amplifier Gain
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Verified Liquid Level
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Verified Loss Coefficient for Various Fitting
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Verified Magnetic Permeability of Liquid
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Verified Non-Conductive Liquid Capacitance
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Verified Source Voltage
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Verified Speed of conveyor belt
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Verified Velocity of moving boundaries
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Verified Voltage across Capacitance
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Verified Volume Flow Rate
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Verified Volume of Material in Container
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Verified Concentration of Hydronium ion using pH
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Verified Concentration of Hydronium Ion using pOH
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Verified Ionic Product of Water
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Verified pH Value of Ionic Product of Water
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Verified pOH of Strong acid and Strong base
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Verified Relation between pH and pOH
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19 More Electrolytes & Ions Calculators
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Verified Current Value for Alternating Current
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Verified Power Factor
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Verified Resonant Frequency for LCR Circuit
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10 More Electromagnetic Induction Calculators
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Verified Concentration of holes in valence band(po)
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Verified Difference in Electron Concentrtion
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Verified Electron Component
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Verified Electron Concentration N1
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Verified Electron Current Density
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Verified Electron Flux Density
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Verified Electron in region
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Verified Electron Multiplication
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Verified Hole Component
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Verified Hole Current Density
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Verified Intrinsic Electron Concentration
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Verified Intrinsic hole Concentration
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Verified Length from electron (L)
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Verified Mean Time Spend by hole
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Verified Radius of nth Orbit of electron
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Verified Ionic Collision(p)
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10 More Electrons & Holes Calculators
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Verified Total Energy of Electron
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13 More Electrons & Orbits Calculators
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Verified Acceleration Execution Time
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Verified Compilation
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Verified CPU Time for Useful Work
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Verified CPU Utilization
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Verified Cyclomatic Complexity
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Verified Number of Component in Graph
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Verified Number of Edges in Control Complexity
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Verified Optimization
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Verified Read Time
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Verified Total Speed up for Kernel
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Verified Write Time
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Verified Brake Drum Rotational Angle given Work Done by Brake
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Verified Braking Torque given Work Done by Brake
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Verified Final Angular Velocity of Body given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
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Verified Final Velocity given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brakes
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Verified Initial Angular Velocity of Body given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
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Verified Initial Velocity of System given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brakes
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Verified Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brake
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Verified Kinetic energy of Rotating Body
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Verified Mass of System given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brakes
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Verified Mass of System given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
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Verified Mass of System given Potential Energy Absorbed during Braking Period
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Verified Moment of Inertia of System given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
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Verified Potential Energy Absorbed during Braking Period
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Verified Radius of Gyration given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
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Verified Total Energy Absorbed by Brake
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Verified Entropy using Helmholtz Free Energy
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Verified Internal Energy using Helmholtz Free Energy
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Verified Temperature using Helmholtz free Energy
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7 More Entropy Generation Calculators
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Verified Capability of error correction bits
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Verified Coding Noise
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Verified Expected number of Transmission
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Verified Hamming Distance
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Verified Header bits
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Verified Angle of Inclined Manometer
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Verified Axial Thrust Load on Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
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Verified Equivalent Dynamic Load for Back to Back Bearings when subjected to Pure Radial Load
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Verified Equivalent Dynamic Load for Back to Back Bearings when subjected to Pure Thrust Load
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Verified Race Rotation Factor for Bearing given Radial Factor
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Verified Radial Factor of Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
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Verified Radial Load of Bearing given Radial Factor
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Verified Thrust Factor on Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
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1 More Equivalent Bearing Load Calculators
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Verified Relative Atomic Mass
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14 More Equivalent Weight Calculators
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Verified Absolute Static Error of quantity A
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Verified Change in Pressure
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Verified Percentage Error
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Verified True Value of Quantity(At)
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Errors (2)
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Verified Residual Standard Error using P Value
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5 More Errors Calculators
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Verified Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Verified Bending Stress in Plate Extra Full Length
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Verified Deflection of leaf Spring at load point
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Verified Force applied at end of Spring given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Verified Force applied at end of Spring given Force taken by extra full length leaves
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Verified Length of Cantilever given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Verified Length of Cantilever given Deflection at end of Spring
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Verified Length of Cantilever given Deflection of Spring at load point
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Verified Modulus of Elasticity of leaf of leaf spring given Deflection of Spring at load point
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Verified Modulus of Elasticity of Spring given Deflection at end of Spring
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Verified Number of extra full length leaves given Deflection of Spring at load point
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Verified Number of Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Verified Number of Graduated length leaves given Force taken by extra full length leaves
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Verified Width of each leaf given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
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Verified Width of each leaf of leaf Spring given Deflection of Spring at load point
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Verified Width of Leaf given Deflection at end of Spring
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Verified Diameter of Fiber
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Verified Fiber Attenuation Coefficient
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Verified Fiber Length
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Verified Gaussian Pulse
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Verified Graded Index Fiber
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Verified Group Delay
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Verified Normalized Frequency
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Verified Numerical Aperture
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Verified Optical Fiber Dispersion
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Verified Optical Pulse
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Verified Plane Wave Velocity
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Verified Power Loss in Fiber
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Verified Ray Optics Critical Angle
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Verified Refractive Index of Cladding
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Verified Refractive Index of Fiber Core
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Verified Total Number of Modes MN
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Verified Area of Wetted Surface given Total Hydrostatic Force
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Verified Distance between Plates given Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
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Verified Friction Factor given Frictional Velocity
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Verified Normal Stress 2
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Verified Shear Stress using Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
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13 More Fluid Force Calculators
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Verified Metacentric Height given Time Period of Rolling
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Verified Rate of Flow given Head loss in Laminar Flow
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Verified Rate of Flow given Hydraulic Transmission Power
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Verified Reynolds Number given Frictional Factor of Laminar Flow
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13 More Fluid in Motion Calculators
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Verified Force applied at end of Spring given Bending Stress on Graduated length leaves
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Verified Force Applied at End of Spring given Force Taken by Graduated length Leaves
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Verified Force Taken by Full Length Leaves given Bending Stress in Plate Extra Full Length
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Verified Force Taken by Full length Leaves given Force at end of Spring
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Verified Force taken by Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in Plate
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Verified Force Taken by Graduated length leaves given Deflection at Load Point
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Verified Force taken by graduated length leaves given force applied at end of spring
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3 More Force Taken By Leaves Calculators
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Verified Frequency of category
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Verified Relative frequency of category
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Verified Sum of all frequency
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Verified Cut-Off Frequency of microwave
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Verified Idler frequency
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Verified Maximum frequency of oscillations
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Verified Output Frequency in Up-Convertor
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Verified Pumping frequency
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Verified Signal frequency
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Created Frequency using Time Period
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Created Q-factor for Parallel RLC Circuit
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Created Q-factor for Series RLC Circuit
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Verified Amplifier bandwidth in integrated-circuit amplifier
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2 More Frequency Response Calculators
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Verified Gate to drain current of CS amplifier
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Verified Voltage between gate and source of CS amplifier
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4 More Frequency Response of the CS Amplifier When Rsig Is Low Calculators
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Verified Coherence interference
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Verified Forward Frame
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Verified Frequency reuse distance
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Verified Frequency reuse pattern
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Verified New Cell Area
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Verified New Cell Radius
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Verified Old Cell Area
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Verified Old Cell Radius
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Verified Reverse Frame
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Verified Symbols Time
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Verified Time Slots
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Created Complex Power given Current
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Created Complex Power given Voltage
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7 More Fundamental Formulas Calculators
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Gain (3)
Created Open Circuit Voltage Gain of Amplifier
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Created Open Circuit Voltage Gain of Amplifier using Short-Circuit Transconductance
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Verified Unity-gain frequency of source-follower case
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13 More Gain Calculators
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Gain (6)
Verified Amplifier Gain of Tunnel Diode
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Verified Gain-Degradation Factor
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Verified Negative Resistance Amplifier's Power Gain
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Verified Power gain for parametric Up-Converter
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Verified Power gain of demodulator
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Verified Power gain of modulator
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Verified Average Chain Velocity given Number of Teeth on Sprocket
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Verified Average Velocity of Chain
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Verified Chain Pitch given Minimum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
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Verified Length of Chain
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Verified Number of Links in Chain
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Verified Number of Links in Chain given Length of Chain
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Verified Pitch of chain given Average Chain Velocity
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Verified Pitch of chain given Length of Chain
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Verified Pitch of chain given Pitch Circle Diameter
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Verified Roller Radius given Maximum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
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Verified Roller Radius given Minimum Roller Seating Radius
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Verified Roller Radius given Minimum Tooth Flank Radius
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Verified Roller Radius given Minimum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
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Verified Roller Radius given Tooth Flank Radius
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Verified Roller Radius given Top Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
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Verified Speed of Rotation of Driven Shaft given Velocity Ratio of Chain Drives
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Verified Speed of Rotation of Driving Shaft given Velocity Ratio of Chain Drives
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Verified Speed of Rotations of Driving and Driven Shafts given Average Chain Velocity
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Verified Velocity Ratio of Chain Drives
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Created Current-1 (G-parameter)
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Created Current-1 given G11 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Current-1 given G12 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Current-2 given Current-1 (G-parameter)
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Created Current-2 given G12 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Current-2 given G22 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Current-2 given Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
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Created g11 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created g11 Parameter given Current-1 (G-parameter)
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Created g12 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created g12 Parameter given Current-1 (G-parameter)
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Created g21 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created g21 Parameter given Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
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Created g22 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created g22 Parameter given Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 given Current-1 (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 given G11 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 given G21 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 given Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 given G21 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 given G22 Parameter (G-parameter)
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Created h11 Parameter in Terms of G Parameters
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Created h11 Parameter in Terms of T Parameters
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Created h11 Parameter in Terms of T' Parameters
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Created h11 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
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Created h11 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
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Created h12 Parameter in Terms of G Parameters
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Created h12 Parameter in Terms of T Parameters
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Created h12 Parameter in Terms of T' Parameters
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Created h12 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
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Created h12 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
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Created h21 Parameter in Terms of G Parameters
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Created h21 Parameter in Terms of T Parameters
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Created h21 Parameter in Terms of T' Parameters
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Created h21 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
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Created h21 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
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Created h22 Parameter in Terms of G Parameters
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Created h22 Parameter in Terms of T Parameters
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Created h22 Parameter in Terms of T' Parameters
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Created h22 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
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Created h22 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
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Verified Black bodies heat exchange by radiation
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Verified Heat Exchange by Radiation due to Geometric Arrangement
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Verified Non Ideal Body Surface Emittance
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15 More Heat Transfer Calculators
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Verified Axial Deflection of Spring due to Axial load given Stiffness of Spring
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Verified Axial Spring Force given Stiffness of Spring
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Verified Diameter of Spring Wire from Load Stress Equation
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Verified Diameter of Spring Wire given Spring Index
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Verified Inside Diameter of Spring Coil given Mean Coil Diameter
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Verified Mean Coil Diameter given Spring Index
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Verified Mean Coil Diameter of Spring
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Verified Outside Diameter of Spring given Mean Coil Diameter
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Verified Shear stress in spring
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Verified Solid Length of Spring
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Verified Spring Index
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Verified Spring Index given Shear stress in Spring
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Verified Total Number of Coils given Solid Length of Spring
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1 More Helical Springs Calculators
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Verified Bending Moment applied on Spring given Bending Stress
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Verified Bending Stress in Spring
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Verified Diameter of Spring Wire given Bending Stress in Spring
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Verified Diameter of Spring Wire given Stiffness
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Verified Mean Coil Diameter of Spring given Stiffness
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Verified Modulus of Elasticity of Spring given Stiffness
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Verified Number of Coils of Spring given Stiffness of Helical Torsion Spring
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Verified Stiffness of Helical Torsion Spring
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Verified Stress Concentration Factor given Bending Stress in Spring
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Actual and Virtual Number of Teeth
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Axial Pitch
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given center to center distance between two Gears
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Verified Helix angle of Helical Gear given Normal Circular Pitch
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Normal Module
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Pressure Angle
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Radius of Curvature at Point
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Verified Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
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Verified Pole frequency given unity-gain frequency
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Verified Zero frequency of Current-Mirror-Loaded MOS Amplifier given unity-gain frequency
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13 More High-Frequency Response of Differential Amplifiers Calculators
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Verified 3-dB frequency of CG amplifier
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Verified 3-dB frequency of CG amplifier given pole frequency
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Verified 3-dB frequency of CG amplifier given time constant
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Verified First pole-frequency of common-gate amplifier
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Verified Open-circuit time constant between gate and drain of CG amplifier given pole-frequency
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Verified Open-circuit time constant between gate and source of CG amplifier given pole-frequency
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Verified Output resistance of CG amplifier
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Verified Second pole-frequency of CG amplifier
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9 More High-Frequency Response of the CG Amplifier Calculators
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Verified 3-dB frequency of bipolar cascode amplifier
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Verified Finite output resistance of bipolar cascode amplifier
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Verified Resistance across collector-base junction of bipolar cascode amplifier
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Verified Upper 3-dB frequency in high-frequency response of CS amplifier
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5 More High-Frequency Response of the CS and CE Amplifiers Calculators
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Verified Dominant pole-frequency of source-follower
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Verified Mid band gain of source-follower
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Verified Voltage between gate and source in source and emitter follower
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10 More High-Frequency Response of the Source and Emitter Followers Calculators
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Created Current-1 given Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Created Current-1 given H11 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Current-1 given H21 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Current-1 given Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Created Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Created Current-2 given H21 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Current-2 given H22 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created h11 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created h11 Parameter given Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Created h12 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created h12 Parameter given Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Created h21 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created h21 Parameter given Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Created h22 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created h22 Parameter given Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 given H11 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-1 given H12 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 given Current-2 (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 given H12 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 given H22 Parameter (H-parameter)
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Created Voltage-2 given Voltage-1 (H-parameter)
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Verified Number of Spectral Lines
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17 More Hydrogen Spectrum Calculators
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Verified Concentration of Hydronium ion in Salt of Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Verified Degree of Hydrolysis in Salt of Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Verified Hydrolysis Constant in Weak Acid and Weak Base
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Verified pH of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak base
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Verified pOH of Salt of Weak Acid and Weak Base
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2 More Hydrolysis for Weak Acid and Weak Base Calculators
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Verified Acid Ionization Constant of Weak Acid
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Verified Basic Ionization Constant of Weak Base
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4 More Hydrolysis of Cations or Anions Calculators
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Verified Distance between Buoyancy Point and Center of Gravity given Metacenter Height
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Verified Moment of Inertia of Waterline Area using Metacentric Height
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Verified Radius of Gyration given Time Period of Rolling
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Verified Surface Area given Surface Tension
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Verified Surface Energy given Surface Tension
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Verified Volume of Liquid Displaced given Metacentric Height
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Verified Volume of Submerged Object given Buoyancy Force
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12 More Hydrostatic Fluid Calculators
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Verified Degree of Freedom given Molar Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
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Verified Isothermal Compression of Ideal Gas
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Verified Number of Moles given Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
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Verified Temperature of Ideal Gas given its Internal Energy
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4 More Ideal Gas Calculators
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Created Capacitance for Parallel RLC Circuit using Q-Factor
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Created Capacitance for Series RLC Circuit given Q-Factor
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Created Capacitance given Cut-off Frequency
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Created Capacitance using Time Constant
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Created Impedance given Complex Power and Current
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Created Impedance given Complex Power and Voltage
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Created Impedance using Power Factor
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Created Inductance for Parallel RLC Circuit using Q-Factor
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Created Inductance for Series RLC Circuit given Q-Factor
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Created Inductance using Time Constant
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Created Resistance for Parallel RLC Circuit using Q-Factor
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Created Resistance for Series RLC Circuit given Q-Factor
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Created Resistance using Power Factor
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Created Resistance using Time Constant
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Verified Impedance for LCR Circuit
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Verified Impedance for LR Circuit
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Verified Impedance for RC Circuit
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1 More Impedance Calculators
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Created Equivalent Impedance of Transformer from Primary Side
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Created Equivalent Impedance of Transformer from Secondary Side
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Created Impedance of Primary Winding
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Created Impedance of Primary Winding given Primary Parameters
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Created Impedance of Secondary Winding
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Created Impedance of Secondary Winding given Secondary Parameters
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Created Fault impedance using a-phase voltage(LGF)
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Created Positive Sequence Impedance for L-G-F
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Created Positive Sequence Impedance using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Created Zero Sequence Impedance for L-G-F
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Created Zero Sequence Impedance using a-phase EMF (LGF)
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Created Fault Impedance using b-phase Current (LLF)
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Created Fault Impedance using c-phase Current (LLF)
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Created Fault Impedance using Positive Sequence Current (LLF)
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Created Fault Impedance using b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Fault Impedance using c-phase Voltage (LLGF)
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Created Admittance using A Parameter (LTL)
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Created Admittance using B Parameter (LTL)
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Created Admittance using Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
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Created Admittance using D Parameter (LTL)
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Created Admittance using Propagation Constant (LTL)
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Created Capacitance using Surge Impedance (LTL)
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Created Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
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Created Characteristic Impedance using B Parameter (LTL)
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Created Characteristic Impedance using C Parameter (LTL)
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Created Characteristic Impedance using Sending End Current (LTL)
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Created Characteristic Impedance using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
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Created Impedance using A Parameter (LTL)
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Created Impedance using C Parameter (LTL)
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Created Impedance using Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
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Created Impedance using D Parameter (LTL)
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Created Impedance using Propagation Constant (LTL)
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Created Inductance using Surge Impedance (LTL)
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Created Surge Impedance (LTL)
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Created Impedance-1 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-2 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Incident Current and Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Reflected Coefficient of Current (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Reflected Coefficient of Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Reflected Current and Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Transmitted Coefficient of Current-2 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-1 using Transmitted Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-2 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 using Reflected Coefficient of Current (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 using Reflected Coefficient of Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 using Transmitted Coefficient of Current-2 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 using Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 using Transmitted Current-2 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-2 using Transmitted Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 using Reflected Coefficient of Current (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 using Reflected Coefficient of Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 using Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 using Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 using Transmitted Current-3 (line PL)
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Created Impedance-3 using Transmitted Voltage (line PL)
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Created Characteristic Impedance for Incident Waves
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Created Incident Current for Incident Wave
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Created Incident Current using Reflected and Transmitted Current
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Created Incident Voltage of Incident Wave
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Created Incident Voltage using Reflected and Transmitted Voltage
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Verified Adjacent capacitance
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Verified Agression Driver
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Verified Agression Time Constant
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Verified Agressor Voltage
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Verified Capacitance Gnd-V
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Verified Ground to Agression capacitance
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