Enter the total cross-sectional area, resistivity of the component, and length into the calculator to determine the conductance.
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The following formula is used to calculate the conductance of an electronic component.
C = A / (p * L)
- Where C is the conductance (siemens)
- A is the area (m^2)
- p is the resistivity
- L is the length (m)
Conductance is defined as the ability of a material or system to transmit the flow of electrons through itself.
How to calculate conductance?
- First, determine the area.
Calculate the total area of the material.
- Next, determine the resistivity.
Calculate the resistivity of the material.
- Next, determine the length.
Measure the total length of electron flow.
- Finally, calculate the conductance.
Calculate the conductance using the formula above.
Conductance is a measure of a material’s ability to allow electrons to flow through it.
Resistivity is a measure of the resistance of flow to electrons.