Inductor Energy Storage calculator, Formula, Calculation With Example

Inductor Energy Storage Calculator:

Enter the Inductance and the current flow through the inductor, then our calculator provides the energy stored in the inductor.

Inductor Energy Storage Calculator Formula:

Inductor energy storage in the inductor E(j) in joule is equal to the one divided by two  and multiply the inductance of the solenoid L(H) in Henry and multiply the  square of the current flowing through the wire I2(A) in Ampere. Hence the inductor energy storage calculator formula can be written as

E(j)= ½ * L(H) *I2(A)

I= √(2E / L )

L= 2E / I2

Where

E= is the energy stored in the inductor  in joule

I=is the current flowing through the wire in ampere

L=is the inductance of the solenoid in Henry

Example:1

The inductance of a solenoid 16H and the current flowing through it is 20A.Find the energy stored in the inductance

Answer:

Given that

Inductance L=16H

Current I =20A

Energy stored in the inductor is

E(j)= ½ * L(H) *I2(A)

E=0.5 *16 *202

E=3200

Therefore, the energy stored in an inductor is 3200j

Example:2

The inductance of a solenoid 25H and the current flowing through it is 80A.Find the energy stored in the inductance

Answer:

Given that

Inductance L = 25H

Current I  = 80A

Energy stored in the inductor is

E(j)= ½ * L(H) *I2(A)

E=0.5 *25 *802

E=80000

Therefore, the energy stored in an inductor is 80000j

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