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The Joule's Law Calculator will calculate the:

- Output (useful) energy (heat energy for resistors) delivered by a circuit component
- Input (total) energy produced by the electric source of the circuit (battery)

**Calculator Settings:**

- Medium is considered as uniform.
- The wire is considered at the same thickness everywhere.
- Enter 0 [zero] when an input is not known, the Joule's Law Calculator will automatically select the appropriate Joule's Law formula to complete the calculations.

The useful energy delivered by the circuit component is J [Joule] |

The total energy produced by the source is J [Joule] |

Useful energy of circuit component calculations |
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When current and potential difference of circuit component are given but not the resistance of the component W = I × ∆V × t W = × × W = When current and resistance of circuit component are given but not the potential difference W = I ^{2} × R × tW = ^{2} × × W = × × W = When potential difference and resistance of circuit component are given but not the current W = × t∆V^{2}/RW = × t^{2}/W = × t/W = × tW = |

Total energy of source calculations |

When current and emf of battery are given but not the total resistance of the circuit E = I × ε × t E = × × E = When current and total resistance of circuit are given but not the emf of battery E = I ^{2} × R_{tot} × tE = ^{2} × × E = × × E = When emf of battery and total resistance of circuit are given but not the current E = × tε^{2}/R_{tot}E = × ^{2}/E = × /E = × E = |

Joules Law Calculator Input Values |

Current flowing through the circuit (I) A [Amp] |

Electromotive force of battery (ε) V [Volt] |

Potential difference across the circuit component (ΔV) V [Volt] |

Resistance of the circuit component (R) Ω [Ohm] |

Operating time (t) s [second] |

Total resistance of the circuit (R_{tot}) Ω [Ohm] |

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a) When current and potential difference of circuit component are given but not the resistance of the component

W = I × ∆V × t

b) When current and resistance of circuit component are given but not the potential difference

W = I^{2} × R × t

c) When potential difference and resistance of circuit component are given but not the current

W = *∆V*^{2}*/**R* × t

a) When current and emf of battery are given but not the total resistance of the circuit

E = I × ε × t

b) When current and total resistance of circuit are given but not the emf of battery

E = I^{2} × R_{tot} × t

c) When emf of battery and total resistance of circuit are given but not the current

E = *ε*^{2}*/**R*_{tot} × t

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