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The Electric Power in an AC Circuit Calculator will calculate the:

- Electric power in an AC circuit when the maximum current and driving frequency are known

**Calculator Settings:** The conducting wire of circuit is uniform and it has the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies AC current

The power of circuit as a function of time is W [Watt] |

Power of circuit as a function of time |
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P(t) = i × R × sin^{2}_{max}^{2}(2 × π × f_{d} × t + φ)P(t) = ^{2} × × sin^{2}(2 × × × + )P(t) = × × sin^{2}()P(t) = × × P(t) = |

Electric Power In A Ac Circuit Calculator Input Values |

Maximum current in the circuit (i_{max}) A [Ampere] |

Driving frequency of the circuit (f_{d}) Hz [Hertz] |

Resistance of the resistor (R) Ω [Ohm] |

Archimedes constant (π) |

Initial phase (φ) rad [radian] |

Time instant (t) s [second] |

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P(t) = i^{2}_{max} × R × sin^{2}(2 × π × f_{d} × t+φ)

This formula derives from:

P(t) = i^{2}_{max} × R × sin^{2}(ω × t+φ)

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