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

Value of Resistance Formula

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

What are the applications of the Q meter?

The Q meter measures the quality factor of the circuit which shows the total energy dissipated by it. It also explains the properties of the coil and capacitor. The Q meter uses in a laboratory for testing the radio frequency of the coils.

How to Calculate Value of Resistance?

Value of Resistance calculator uses Total Resistance=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Charge to calculate the Total Resistance, The Value of Resistance formula is used to calculate the value of effective resistance in the Q meter network. Total Resistance and is denoted by R symbol.

How to calculate Value of Resistance using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Value of Resistance, enter Excitation Speed (ω), Total Inductance (LT) and Charge (Q) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Value of Resistance calculation can be explained with given input values -> 3 = 10*30/100.

FAQ

What is Value of Resistance?
The Value of Resistance formula is used to calculate the value of effective resistance in the Q meter network and is represented as R=ω*LT/Q or Total Resistance=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Charge. Excitation Speed is the speed at which the body is made vibrate in forced vibration, Total Inductance is the total inductance of the oscillator and The Charge is the total charge measured by the meter.
How to calculate Value of Resistance?
The Value of Resistance formula is used to calculate the value of effective resistance in the Q meter network is calculated using Total Resistance=Excitation Speed*Total Inductance/Charge. To calculate Value of Resistance, you need Excitation Speed (ω), Total Inductance (LT) and Charge (Q). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Excitation Speed, Total Inductance and Charge 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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