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The wire table computes (a) the length of wire necessary to achieve a specific

resistance based on a specific wire alloy and gauge (diameter), or (b) the resistance of a

specific wire. All calculations are based on a wire temperature of 68 deg F (20 deg C).

All the circuit refinement calculations yield the ohmic values for one or more resistors needed

to achieve the desired compensating or setting. The resistive components for physically

producing these values can be either bonded foil types, discrete "component" resistors (metal

film), or wire resistors made by spooling a small length of insulated, single-conductor wire.

Bonded foil gages are generally preferred because they are similar in construction to strain

gages and, therefore, perform similarly to strain gages when the transducer undergoes a

change in temperature. (They exhibit similar "thermal tracking" characteristics.) However, in

less demanding applications, or when the lowest component cost is important, the necessary

resistance can be achieved with specific lengths of wire of various alloys and gauges

(diameters). The wire table computes the lengths of these wires.

Inputs

Solve For Select the variable to be calculate by pressing a RADIO BUTTON.

Resistance/Length Enter the appropriate values of length or resistance in the EDIT FIELD.

Wire Type Choose a wire alloy from the DROP-DOWN LIST BOX.

Wire Size Select a wire size from the LIST BOX.

Calculations

Resistance/Length Press the COMPUTE BUTTON to calculate the corresponding resistance or

length.

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resistance based on a specific wire alloy and gauge (diameter), or (b) the resistance of a

specific wire. All calculations are based on a wire temperature of 68 deg F (20 deg C).

All the circuit refinement calculations yield the ohmic values for one or more resistors needed

to achieve the desired compensating or setting. The resistive components for physically

producing these values can be either bonded foil types, discrete "component" resistors (metal

film), or wire resistors made by spooling a small length of insulated, single-conductor wire.

Bonded foil gages are generally preferred because they are similar in construction to strain

gages and, therefore, perform similarly to strain gages when the transducer undergoes a

change in temperature. (They exhibit similar "thermal tracking" characteristics.) However, in

less demanding applications, or when the lowest component cost is important, the necessary

resistance can be achieved with specific lengths of wire of various alloys and gauges

(diameters). The wire table computes the lengths of these wires.

Inputs

Solve For Select the variable to be calculate by pressing a RADIO BUTTON.

Resistance/Length Enter the appropriate values of length or resistance in the EDIT FIELD.

Wire Type Choose a wire alloy from the DROP-DOWN LIST BOX.

Wire Size Select a wire size from the LIST BOX.

Calculations

Resistance/Length Press the COMPUTE BUTTON to calculate the corresponding resistance or

length.

Download

http://www.unibytes.com/Q.ZdbAIcD.sB

408kb

.