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Value of Unknown Resistance
Unknown Resistance=((Excitation Speed^2)*Resistance 1*Resistance 2*Resistance 3*(Capacitance 1^2))/(1+((Excitation Speed^2)*(Resistance 1^2)*(Capacitance 1^2))) GO
Value of Thevenin Resistance
Resistance (Thevenin)=((Resistance 1*Resistance 3)/(Resistance 1+Resistance 3))+((Resistance 2*Unknown Resistance)/(Resistance 2+Unknown Resistance)) GO
Value of Unknown Inductance
Unknown Inductance=(Resistance 2*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1)/(1+((Excitation Speed^2)*(Resistance 1^2)*(Capacitance 1^2))) GO
Value of R<sub>ab</sub>
Resistance (ab)=(Resistance 2*Resistance(Y))/(Resistance 2+Resistance 1) GO
Value of R<sub>cb</sub>
Resistance (cb)=(Resistance 1*Resistance(Y))/(Resistance 1+Resistance 2) GO
Value of Unknown Resistance
Unknown Resistance=(Resistance 2*Resistance 3/Resistance 4)-Resistance 1 GO
Value of Quality Factor
Quality Factor=1/(Excitation Speed*Resistance 1*Capacitance 1) GO
Value of Unknown Resistance
Unknown Resistance=(Resistance 2*Resistance 3)/Resistance 1 GO
Vale of Unknown Inductance
Unknown Inductance=Resistance 2*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1 GO
Value of Unknown Resistance
Unknown Resistance=Resistance 1*Resistance 3/Resistance 2 GO
Value of Unknown Resistance
Unknown Resistance=Resistance 2*Resistance 3/Resistance 1 GO

Value of f Formula

Frequency=1/(2*pi*sqrt(Resistance 1*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1*Capacitance 3))
f=1/(2*pi*sqrt(R<sub>1</sub>*R<sub>3</sub>*C<sub>x</sub>*C<sub>3</sub>))
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Value of R<sub>ab</sub> GO
Value of R<sub>cb</sub> GO
Value of Unknown Resistance GO
Value of Unknown Resistance GO
Vale of Unknown Inductance GO
Value of Quality Factor GO
Value of Unknown Resistance GO
Value of Unknown Inductance GO
Value of Quality Factor GO
Value of Unknown Resistance GO
Value of Unknown Inductance GO
Value of I<sub>c</sub> GO
Value of Unknown Resistance GO
Value of Unknown Capacitance GO
Value of Quality Factor GO
Value of ω GO
Value of Resistance Ratio GO
Value of Unknown Capacitance GO
Value of Unknown Capacitance with Dielectric Losses GO
Value of Dissipation Factor GO

What is the range of frequency measurement?

Wien's bridge is used for measuring unknown frequency. The frequency measured is in the audio range, i.e., 20 Hertz to 20 kiloHertz.

How to Calculate Value of f?

Value of f calculator uses Frequency=1/(2*pi*sqrt(Resistance 1*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1*Capacitance 3)) to calculate the Frequency, The Value of f formula is used to calculate the excitation frequency of the bridge. Excitation speed is a function of the excitation frequency. Frequency and is denoted by f symbol.

How to calculate Value of f using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Value of f, enter Resistance 1 (R1), Resistance 3 (R3), Capacitance 1 (Cx) and Capacitance 3 (C3) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Value of f calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.02599 = 1/(2*pi*sqrt(10*25*0.1*1.5)).

FAQ

What is Value of f?
The Value of f formula is used to calculate the excitation frequency of the bridge. Excitation speed is a function of the excitation frequency and is represented as f=1/(2*pi*sqrt(R1*R3*Cx*C3)) or Frequency=1/(2*pi*sqrt(Resistance 1*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1*Capacitance 3)). Resistance 1 is the value of resistance connected in arm AD (ABCD is labelled clockwise, with A being labelled at the top), Resistance 3 is the value of resistance connected in arm CD (ABCD is labelled clockwise, with A being labelled at the top), Capacitance 1 is the value of the capacitor in arm AD in parallel with Resistance 1 and Capacitance 3 is the value of the capacitor in arm AD of the Schering's bridge.
How to calculate Value of f?
The Value of f formula is used to calculate the excitation frequency of the bridge. Excitation speed is a function of the excitation frequency is calculated using Frequency=1/(2*pi*sqrt(Resistance 1*Resistance 3*Capacitance 1*Capacitance 3)). To calculate Value of f, you need Resistance 1 (R1), Resistance 3 (R3), Capacitance 1 (Cx) and Capacitance 3 (C3). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Resistance 1, Resistance 3, Capacitance 1 and Capacitance 3 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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