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The Phase Constant in a RLC Circuit Calculator will calculate the:

- The phase constant in a RLC circuit

**Calculator Parameters:** The conducting wire of circuit and material the inductor is made from, are both uniform and they have the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies AC current.

The Phase constant is rad [radian] |

Phase constant calculation |
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φ = arctan2 × π × f_{d} × L - 1/2 × π × f_{d} × C/Rφ = arctan 2 × × × - 1/2 × × × /φ = arctan - 1//φ = arctan - /φ = arctan /φ = arctan φ = |

Phase Constant In A Rlc Circuit Calculator Input Values |

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

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

Inductance of the inductor (L) H [Henry] |

Capacitance of the capacitor (C) F [Farad] |

Archimedes constant (π) |

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φ = arctan*2 × π × f*_{d} × L - *1**/**2 × π × f*_{d} × C*/**R*

This formula derives from

tanφ = *X*_{L} - X_{C}*/**R*

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