Instrumentation

  • Flow Measurement - Differential Pressure
  • Hydrostatic Level Measurement Conversion
  • Ultrasonic Level Measurement Conversion
  • Control Valve Sizing
  • PID Controller Output
  • Span Calculation
  • Linearization
  • Percent Span
  • Error Calculation
  • Zero Error Calculation
  • Range Overlap
  • Flow Rate Calculation
  • Pressure Calculation
  • 4-20 mA Signal Conversion
  • 4-20 mA to Percentage Conversion
  • 0-10V to Percentage Conversion
  • Flow Measurement Calculator (Differential Pressure)

    Calculate flow rate using the differential pressure method. The mathematical equation representing flow measurement via differential pressure is:

    Formula:

    Q = C * A * √(2 * ΔP / ρ)

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate the flow rate if you know the values of the other variables. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    Hydrostatic Level Measurement Conversion Calculator

    Convert a hydrostatic level measurement to a corresponding physical value. The mathematical formula for hydrostatic level measurement conversion is:

    Formula:

    Physical Value = ((Measured Level - Min Level) / (Max Level - Min Level)) * (Max Physical Value - Min Physical Value) + Min Physical Value

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to convert a hydrostatic level measurement to a corresponding physical value within a specified range. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    Ultrasonic Level Measurement Conversion Calculator

    Convert an ultrasonic level measurement to a corresponding physical value. The mathematical formula for ultrasonic level measurement conversion is:

    Formula:

    Physical Value = ((Measured Distance - Min Distance) / (Max Distance - Min Distance)) * (Max Physical Value - Min Physical Value) + Min Physical Value

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to convert an ultrasonic level measurement to a corresponding physical value within a specified range. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    Ultrasonic Level Measurement Conversion Calculator

    Convert an ultrasonic level measurement to a corresponding physical value. The mathematical formula for ultrasonic level measurement conversion is:

    Formula:

    Physical Value = ((Measured Distance - Min Distance) / (Max Distance - Min Distance)) * (Max Physical Value - Min Physical Value) + Min Physical Value

    Formula Breakdown:

    Control Valve Sizing Calculator

    Calculate flow rate, valve coefficient, or pressure drop using the control valve sizing equation. The mathematical equation representing control valve sizing is:

    Formula:

    Q = Cv * √(ΔP / Gf)

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate any one of the three variables if you know the values of the other two. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    PID Controller Output Calculator

    Calculate the output of a PID controller using the PID formula. The mathematical formula for PID controller output is:

    Formula:

    Controller Output = (Proportional Gain) × (Error) + (Integral Gain) × (Integral of Error) + (Derivative Gain) × (Rate of Change of Error)

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate the output of a PID controller based on the error signal, integral of error, and rate of change of error, along with the corresponding gains. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    Span Calculation

    Calculate the span, zero, or full-scale value using the span calculation equation. The mathematical equation representing span calculation is:

    Formula:

    S = FS - Z

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate any one of the three variables if you know the values of the other two. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    Linearization Calculator

    Calculate the linearized output, input, or slope using the linearization equation. The mathematical equation representing linearization is:

    Formula:

    Y = mX + b

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate any one of the four variables if you know the values of the other three. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    Percent Span Calculation

    Calculate the percent span of a measurement. The mathematical equation representing percent span calculation is:

    Formula:

    Percent Span = ((Measured Value - Zero Value) / Span) * 100%

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate the percent span if you know the measured value, zero value, and span. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    Error Calculation

    Calculate the error in a measurement. The mathematical equations representing error calculation are:

    Formulas:

    Absolute Error = |Measured Value - True Value|

    Relative Error = (Absolute Error / True Value) * 100%

    Formula Breakdown:

    These equations allow you to calculate the absolute error and relative error. Here's a breakdown of how the equations can be used in different scenarios:

    Zero Error Calculation

    Calculate the zero error in a measurement. The mathematical equation representing zero error calculation is:

    Formula:

    Zero Error = Measured Value - True Zero Value

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate the zero error if you know the measured value and the true zero value. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    Range Overlap Calculator

    Calculate the overlap between two numerical ranges. The mathematical formula for calculating range overlap is:

    Formula:

    Overlap = max(0, min(End1, End2) - max(Start1, Start2))

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate the overlap between two ranges if you know their start and end values. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used in different scenarios:

    Flow Rate Calculation

    Calculate flow rate using the K-factor or C-factor, square root of pressure drop, specific gravity, temperature, and pressure. The mathematical formula for flow rate calculation is:

    Formula:

    Flow Rate = (K-factor or C-factor) × (Square Root of Pressure Drop) × (Specific Gravity / (Temperature × Pressure))

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate flow rate based on the K-factor or C-factor, pressure drop, specific gravity, temperature, and pressure. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    Pressure Calculation

    Calculate pressure using the formula Pressure = Force / Area. The mathematical formula for pressure calculation is:

    Formula:

    Pressure = Force / Area

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to calculate pressure based on the applied force and the surface area. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    4-20 mA Signal Conversion Calculator

    Convert a 4-20 mA current signal to a corresponding physical value. The mathematical formula for 4-20 mA signal conversion is:

    Formula:

    Physical Value = (Input Signal - 4) * (Physical High - Physical Low) / (20 - 4) + Physical Low

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to convert a 4-20 mA current signal to a corresponding physical value within a specified range. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    4-20 mA to Percentage Conversion Calculator

    Convert a 4-20 mA current signal to a percentage value. The mathematical formula for 4-20 mA to percentage conversion is:

    Formula:

    Percentage = ((Input Signal - 4) / (20 - 4)) * 100%

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to convert a 4-20 mA current signal to a percentage value within the range of 0% to 100%. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used:

    0-10V to Percentage Conversion Calculator

    Convert a 0-10V voltage signal to a percentage value. The mathematical formula for 0-10V to percentage conversion is:

    Formula:

    Percentage = (Input Voltage / 10) * 100%

    Formula Breakdown:

    This equation allows you to convert a 0-10V voltage signal to a percentage value within the range of 0% to 100%. Here's a breakdown of how the equation can be used: