The Current in a RL Circuit Calculator will calculate the:
Calculation Considerations: The conducting wire of circuit and material the inductor is made from are both uniform and they have the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies DC current
|The current flowing at any instant in a RL circuit when the current in the circuit is increasing is A [Ampere]|
|The current flowing at any instant in a RL circuit when the current in the circuit is decreasing is A [Ampere]|
|Current (when rising) in the circuit at any instant calculation|
|i1 (t) = ε/R × 1 - e-R × t/L|
i1 (t) = / × 1 - e- × /
i1 (t) = × 1 - e-/
i1 (t) = × 1 - e
i1 (t) = × 1 -
i1 (t) = ×
i1 (t) =
|Current (when dropping) in the circuit at any instant calculation|
|i(t) = ε/R × e-R × t/L|
i1 (t) = / × e- × /
i1 (t) = × e-/
i1 (t) = × e
i1 (t) = ×
i1 (t) =
|Current In A Rl Circuit Calculator Input Values|
|Emf produced by the battery (ε) V [Volt]|
|Resistance of circuit (R) Ω [Ohm]|
|Inductance of the inductor (L) H [Henry]|
|Time elapsed (t) s [second]|
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