1. ## the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

i did al il searching but wasnt satisfied.....

whats the best way to calculate imp. rise while the system is fireing..... is it as easy as hooking up the DMM while its fireing........or no.......?

3. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by squeak9798

4. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by NjccBflo

You need to fix that pic in da linky

5. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

how you doing to even read that bull hes a newb and doesnt know what he knows not what he posts....
j/p good job wish i could understand half of that

6. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by squeak9798
You need to fix that pic in da linky

I'll look into it. I cleaned out some of my photobucket, may not have it anymore.

-Nick

7. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by NjccBflo
I'll look into it. I cleaned out some of my photobucket, may not have it anymore.

-Nick

I used an even pretter graph that should help people relate to the topic.

9. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

hehe i start my electrical engineering adventures this fall - i might be able to understand as much as you guys do someday

10. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by squeak9798

:werd:

The wrms curve there might even get people interested in a multimeters inaccuracy away from 60 cycles...

and how current is related to frequency independant of impedance.

muuuwhahahahahaha.

<shrug>

11. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by NjccBflo

and how current is related to frequency independant of impedance.

<shrug>
Correct, I am interested. I have not read all of your write up but I am interested.

I=V/R

I dont have the program on this comp so I will paste from a link.
From what I remember, .

Where f is frequency, v=velocity of the wave and lambda is lambda (duh)

With electromagnetic waves moving through vacuum, velocity becomes the speed of light.

I may just be confused on what you're saying. Unless impeadance is constant, it will change which will change the current with a constant voltage supply. I'm not finding a way to substitute into the equation.

12. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

**** it
Last edited by RandyJ; 06-28-2005 at 01:21 PM.

13. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

thank you kindly good sirs.........

14. ## Re: the evil impedience rise.......how to calculate it?

Originally Posted by N00blet
Correct, I am interested. I have not read all of your write up but I am interested.

I=V/R

I dont have the program on this comp so I will paste from a link.
From what I remember, .

Where f is frequency, v=velocity of the wave and lambda is lambda (duh)

With electromagnetic waves moving through vacuum, velocity becomes the speed of light.

I may just be confused on what you're saying. Unless impeadance is constant, it will change which will change the current with a constant voltage supply. I'm not finding a way to substitute into the equation.

Was thinkin today, on a AC power outlet, the power is given at {example} 110V @ 60Hz. The amperage doesnt change if the frequency at which the power is provided changes. So some clarifacation would be nice.

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