Where,

θ = Cherenkov Cone Angle

c = Speed of Light

η = Refractive Index

υ = Particle Velocity

θ = Cone Semi-Angle

sin = Sine

Capacitance:

Electrical Charge:

Potential Difference:

where,

C = Capacitance,

Q = Electrical Charge,

V = Potential Difference.

Capacitance:

Permittivity:

Area:

Separation Distance:

where,

C = Capacitance,

ε = Permittivity,

A = Area,

s = Separation Distance.

Permittivity:

Length of Conductors:

Outer Conductor Diameter:

Inner Conductor Diameter:

where,

C = Capacitance,

ε = Permittivity,

L = Length of Conductors,

b = Outer Conductor Diameter,

a = Inner Conductor Diameter.

Wire Coil Number of Turns:

Core Material Permeability:

Coil Area:

Average Coil Length:

where,

L = Inductance,

N = Wire Coil Number of Turns,

µ = Core Material Permeability,

A = Coil Area,

l = Average Coil Length.

where,

L = Inductance,

r = Coil Mean Radius,

N = Wire Coil Number of Turns,

d = Coil Depth.

Frequency:

Capacitance:

where,

X

f = Frequency,

C = Capacitance.

Inductive Reactance:

Frequency:

Inductance:

where,

X

f = Frequency,

L = Inductance.

AC = DC / 0.636

Where,

AC - Alternating Current

DC - Direct Current

0.636 - Constant

Where,

ε

Zo =Characteristic Impedance.

ε

CPU Overclocked Watts = Default Watts x ( S0 / S ) * ( V0 / V ) ^ 2.

Where,

S0 = Overclocked Processor Speed,

S = Default Processor Speed,

V0 = Overclocked Processor Vcore Voltage,

V = Default Processor Vcore Voltage.

Processor Temperature = ( C/W Value x Overclocked Wattage) + Case Temperature.

CPU Overclocked Watts = Default Watts x ( S0 / S ) * ( V0 / V ) ^ 2.

Processor Temperature = ( C/W Value x Overclocked Wattage) + Case Temperature.

Line Loss = 10 × Log [1 - (2 × RL) / ((2 × RL) + (v

Where,

RL = (r / 1000) × l

Beamwidth = 70λ / D

where,

λ = Wavelength

D = Diameter

Original KVA = KW / Current PFNew KVA = KW / Desired PF

Where,

PF - Power Factor

KW - KiloWatts

kVA - Kilo Volt Amperes

Calculation of

ρ = (R × A) / l

Where,

ρ = Electrical Resistivity

R = Electrical Resistance

A = Cross-sectional Area

l = Length

Calculation of

L

Where,

L

L

L

Magnetic Field (B) = (μ

Where,

μ

Q = Point Charge

v = Velocity

r = Distance

θ = Angle between v and r

Three Phase Electric Power = V * I * 1.732 * PF

Where ,

V = Voltage

I = Current

PF = Power Factor (0.8)#### Related Calculator:

I = Current

PF = Power Factor (0.8)

HP = (E x I x Eff) / 746

Where ,

HP = Horsepower

E = Voltage

I = Current

Eff = Efficiency#### Related Calculator:

E = Voltage

I = Current

Eff = Efficiency

Where ,

V = Voltage

I = Current

PF = Power Factor

Where,

ω = 2 π f

π = 3.14

L = Inductance

R = Internal Resistance

K = 1 / ( 4ÏÎµ

Where,

K = Coulomb constant = 8.99 x 10^9

Q1 & Q2 = Points charge

r = Distance

F = Electrostatic Force

Quality Factor (Q) =2*Π*F*L / R

Where,

Π=3.1415929203539825

F=Frequency of Circuit

L=Capacitance Value

R=Resistance Value

Resonant frequency = 1 / 2 π √LC

L=value of Inductance

C=value of capacitor

Resonant frequency = 1 / 2 π √LC

L= value of Inductance

C= value of capacitor

Ohms Law for an Inductor: V = L (di/dt)

Where,

V - Voltage drop across inductor

L - Inductance in henry

di/dt - instantaneous rate of change of current with respect to time

Where,

N = Mean Flux Density of Oscillating Electric Dipole

ω = Oscillation Frequency

p

θ = Angle

ε

c = Speed Of Light

r = Distance

v = Vector From Dipole

Where,

C = Capacitance of Sphere

a = Radius

ε

ε

Where,

v

B = Magnetic Flux Density

μ

ρ = Plasma Mass Density

Where,

F = Coefficient Of Finesse In A Fabry-Perot Interferometer

R = Interface Power Reflectance

Where,

ω

q = Particle Charge

B = Magnetic Flux Density

m = Particle Mass

δ = √((2 * ρ) / (ω * μ

Where,

δ = Skin Effect

f = Frequency

ρ = Resistivity of the Conductor

ω = Angular Frequency of Current

μ

μ

Where,

r

v⊥ = Speed Perpendicular To Magnetic Flux Density

ω

Where,

N = Number of Turns

μ

L = Loop Diameter(m)

D = Wire Diameter(m)

μ

Inductance = (d

Where,

d = Coil Diameter (inch)

l = Coil Length (inch)

n = Number of Turns

Where,

N = Number of Turns

H = Height

μ

B = Outer Radius

A = Inner Radius

Where,

I = Inductance

E = Induced Electromotive Force

C = Rate of Change of Current

Where,

I = Inductance

N = Number of Turns in the Coil

P = Magnetic Flux

C = Current Flow

Where,

I = Inductance

K = Coupling Coefficient

L

L

Where,

e = Electrostatic Energy

q = Total Charge

r = Radius (m)

Where,

d = Energy Density

e = Electric Field

n = 8.8541×10

Where,

F = Force

μ = Permeability

I

I

L = Wire Length

D = Distance Between Two Wires

Where,

C = Capacitance

V = Voltage

Where,

U = Stored Energy

Q = Electricl Charge

C = Capacitance