The Resistance of a Conducting Wire Calculator will calculate the:
Calculation Parameters: Medium is considered as uniform; the wire is considered at the same thickness everywhere.
|The Resistance of material is Ω[Ohm]|
|Resistance of material calculation|
|Rw = ρ × L/A|
Rw = × /
Rw = /
|Resistance Of A Conducting Wire Calculator Input Values|
|Resistivity of material (ρ) Ω ∙ m [Ohm times metre]|
|Length of wire (L) m [metre]|
|Cross sectional area of wire (A) m2 [square metre]|
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