The Electron Drift Velocity Calculator will calculate the:
|The Drift velocity of an electron moving inside a conductor is m/s [metre per second]|
|Drift velocity of an electron moving inside a conductor calculation|
|vdrift = e × ∆V × τ/2me × d|
vdrift = × × /(2 × ) ×
vdrift = / ×
vdrift = /
|Electron Drift Velocity Calculator Input Values|
|Potential difference (ΔV) V [Volt]|
|Mean free time between two collisions (τ) s [second]|
|Length of wire (d) m [metre]|
|Charge of electron (e) C [Coulomb]|
|Mass of electron (me) kg [kilogram]|
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