# Bridge Calculator

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The Wheatstone Bridge Calculator performs the back calculation and finds the value of Rp. Electronic 2000| Wheatstone Bridge Calculator First of these computers calculates the 4th resistance value in a Wheatstone Bridge taking into account the other three resistance value and the balance of the bridge. Favourite resistance readings are also computed for the first computer. You can use the calculator's check boxes to choose the favorite value range to use.

For more information on the Wheatstone Bridge, see the Specifications section. This chart shows the names used by the computers: Compute R4 for symmetrical bridge from R1 to R3: Compute the V-bridge from R1 - R4 and the supply voltage: Formulas: Bridge: With a symmetrical bridge, the substitute resistor is between V and GND:

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The Wheatstone Bridge Calculator calculates the value of Rp. You may already have the value of y, and A, and Y, for some sort of reasons, and you need to calculate Rp. Above equation shows that the distance relationship (A / B) times the value of the resistor Rp.

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The Wheatstone sliding bridge calculator does the opposite and finds the spacing A. For some reasons you may already have the Rp, x and D and have to calculate A. The above equation shows that the relationship of the resistors (Rp / x) times the spacing D gives the spacing A. Rp (?):

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You can integrate it into web pages or use it independently and it can be used from a webbrowser on any desktop or portable devices without installing it.... Bridge Solver is also available as a free multi-platform application. To use Bridge Solver On-line ( "BSOL") only and have a .PBN, .DLM, or Bridge Base On-line .LIN data or enter a business transaction yourself, you can do so by pressing the BSOL icon below.

You can also try it on one of these web pages that already use SSOL. The Bridge Online solution is engineered for ease of use with BridgeClub Web pages. Running the Double Decummy Solution is an integrated part of an extensible CAD engine on a webhost. First, in BridgeWebs, which houses Web pages for more than 1700 Bridge communities around the world, BridgeWebs was born.

BridgeWebs writer and proprietor Gwynne Hughes has given generous permission for non-BridgeWebs websites to be able to access BridgeWebs servers on BridgeWebs free of cost and without permission. Therefore it is a given to incorporate a handreplay feature into the result pages of other bridge clubs. All that is required is the addition of a hyperlink to a BTML page on the BridgeWebs web site, along with a set of parameter definitions that define the reed to be used, the dealer, the weakness, etc. The only thing you need to do is to add a hyperlink to the page.

You can find a listing of club and Web sites that use Web site services from Web site Services.