Specific Work Calculator

The amount of energy needed to transfer a unit charge between two places in an electric field is called specific work, sometimes referred to as work per unit charge.

It measures the energy that the charge gains or loses while moving, and it is commonly expressed in volts (V) or joules per coulomb (J/C).

Evaluating the energy dynamics and efficiency of electrical systems and components is the main goal of specific work.

It offers information on how electrical devices, circuits, and systems operate in terms of voltage needs, energy consumption, and performance.

APPLICATIONS:-

- Circuit Design
- Power Systems
- Battery Technology
- Electric Motors and Generators
- Semiconductor Devices

Particular work, which is often employed in turbomachines like fans, pumps, and turbines, is the amount of work completed per unit weight. By giving the pressure and density numbers, you may determine the specific work of a fan, pump, or turbine running on an incompressible liquid.

Note : Don’t end with comma ( ** , **)

**Formula**

\[w = \frac{p1-p2}{p} \]

\[t = \frac{p2-p1}{p}\]

**where**,

- w = Specific Work of Pump
- t = Specific Work of Turbine
- p1 = Primary Pressure
- p2 = Secondary Pressure
- ρ = Density

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