L = S + ((8 * d

Where,

L = Cable Length

S = Cable Span

d = Cable Sag

Where,

f

k = Spring Constant

M = Spring Mass

F = (n x i)

Where,

F = Force,

i = Current,

g = Length of the gap between the solenoid and a piece of metal,

a = Area

n = Number of turns,

Magnetic constant = 4 x PI x 10

T = R x C

Where,

E =Stored Energy (Joules),

T = Time Constant (S),

V = Volatge (V) ,

C = Capacitance (uF),

R = Load Resistance (Ohms).

T = bl / d

n = Turns/ T

cd = (2 x n x d) + bd

r = (n x d + bd) / 2

a = PI x r x r

L = (2 x PI x r x n) / 1000

rpm = .0333 *((0.812/2)*(0.812/2))/((d/2)*(d/2))

R = rpm x L

V = R x I

P = V x I

Where,

T = Turns per winding,

bl = Length of Bobbin,

d = Wire Diameter,

n = Number of windings,

cd = Outer diameter of coil,

bd = Diameter of Bobbin,

r = radius of middle of coil,

a = Cross sectional area,

L = Total Length,

rpm = Resistance/meter,

R = Resistance,

V = Voltage at Rated Current,

I = Current,

P = Power at Rated Current,

Inductance = ((d

Where,

d = Coil Diameter,

l = Coil Length,

n = Number of turns.

R

Where,

R

R

L= 0.00508 x a x (log(2 x a/d)-0.75)

Where,

L = Inductance,

a,d = Length & Diameter of the wire,

TIC12 = 1 / (mhz / 12)TIC6 = 1 / (mhz / 6)

8-bit Timer Counter Maximum Run-Time for 12 clock = TIC12 * 256 / 1000

8-bit Timer Counter Maximum Run-Time for 6 clock = TIC6 * 256 / 1000

16-bit Timer Counter Maximum Run-Time for 12 clock = TIC12 * 65536 / 1000

16-bit Timer Counter Maximum Run-Time for 6 clock = TIC6 * 65536 / 1000

8-Bit DRT Reload Value for 12 clock = 256 -(DRT / TIC12 * 1000)

8-Bit DRT Reload Value for 6 clock = 256 -(DRT / TIC6 * 1000)

16-Bit DRT Reload Value for 12 clock = 65536 -(DRT / TIC12 * 1000)

16-Bit DRT Reload Value for 6 clock = 65536 -(DRT / TIC6 * 1000)

Where R

R

R=R

Where,

R = Total Resistors value

R

R

R

1/C

Where,

C

C

Where,

C

Using this Online Electrical Calculator the

parallel Capacitors

Horsepower (HP) =W/HP

Where,

W = Power in wattsHP = Value of one HP

1 Electrical HP = 746 watts

1 Mechanical HP = 745.69987 watts

1 Metric HP = 735.49875 watts

Power factor = kW/√ (kW)

Where,

kW = Real Power

kVAr = Reactive Power

A = (k x 1000) / (V x Ph)

k = (Ph x V x A) / 1000

Where,

V = Volt

A = Amps

k = kVA

Ph = 3 phase (√3 = 1.732050808)

Where,

w = Specific Work Gas Turbine

K = Ratio Specific Heat Air

R = Individual Gas Constant

T

p

p

P = ( V

Where,

P = Three Phase Power

V

I

θ = Displacement Angle

cos = Cosine

t = (p

Where,

w = Specific Work of Pump

t = Specific Work of Turbine

p

p

ρ = Density

o = ttt / tr

rtt = t - (o * tr

rt = ttt / f

nf = f / ttt

Where,

f = Frequency

cf = System Clock Frequency

p = Prescaler Clock Value

o =Overflow Count

tr = Timer Resolution

ttt = Total Timer Ticks

rtt = Remainder Timer Ticks

rt = Real Time

nf = New Frequency

Where,

f

d = Wire Diameter

D = spring Diameter

n

G = Youngs Modulus of Material

ρ = Material Density

MPH = GF / GR

Where,

GF = Gear Factor

GR = Gear Ratio

eRPM = Engine RPM (Revolution per Minute)

h = Tire Height

a = Axle Ratio

MPH = Miles per Hour

Where,

b = Average Current Consumption

c = Battery Capacity

h = Estimated Hours

Energy Consumed per Month = ((p × h) / 1000) × 30

Energy Consumed per Year = ((p × h) / 1000) × 365

Electricity Cost per Day = ((p × h) / 1000) × r

Electricity Cost per Month =(((p × h) / 1000) × 30) × r

Electricity Cost per Year = (((p × h) / 1000) × 365) × r

Where,

p = Power Consumption

h = Hours of Use per Day

r = Electricity Cost per Unit

Where,

D = Wire Diameter

A = Area

Where,

d = Wire Diameter

g = Diameter of Wire in Gauge

Where,

V = Electric Potential

q

ε

r

Where,

I = Current

P = Power Rating

V = Voltage

Where,

δ = Conductor Size

I= Current

A = Current density

T = T

Where,

T

T = Total Number of Turns

M = Magnetic flux

A = Area of Core

F = Operating Frequency

V = Voltage

f = 1.44 / ((R1 + 2(R2)) × C)

T

T

d = ( T

Where,

R1 = Resistor 1

R2 = Resistor 2

C = Capacitor

d = Duty Cycle

f = Frequency

T

T

Where,

p = Electrostatic Pressure

e = Electric Field

ε

t = v × i × cos(p)

r = v × i × sin(p)

For Three Phase

t = √3 × v × i × cos(p)

r = √3 × v × i × sin(p)

Where,

t = Real power

r = Reactive power

v = Voltage

i = Current

p = Phase Angle

V = P / I

I = P / V

Where,

P = Power

V = Voltage

I = Current

P = V × I × cos(θ)

V = P / (I × cos(θ)

I = P / (V × cos(θ)

For Three Phase

P = √3 × V × I × cos(θ)

V = P / (3 × I × cos(θ)

I = P / (3 × V × cos(θ)

Where,

P = Power

θ = Power Factor Angle

V = Voltage

I = Current

Where,

p = Power Consumption

e = Electricity Usage

t = Total Usage Time

Where,

l = Copper Loss

a = Primary Winding Current

b = Primary Winding Ohmic Resistance

c = Secondary Winding Current

d = Secondary Winding Ohmic Resistance

F = ΩI

Where,

I

θ = Cone Full Angle

Ω = Equivalent Solid Angle

F = Total Luminous Flux

F = 11.8 / (√(R) × π × ((d

T =( (7.354 × R) / (log

D = (140.4 × log

V = (1 / √ (R)) × 100

Where,

Z = Impedance

d

d

R = Dielectric Constant

F = Cutoff Frequency

T = Capacitance

D = Inductance

V = Velocity of Propagation