Simple E/n calculator
This very simple calculator makes use of the ideal gas law to calculate molecular density from pressure and temperature values. Given the density, the voltages at the PTR reactor ends, and the effective length of the reactor, an E/n value is easily determined.
If you enter new values for anything except E/n, a new value of E/n is calculated. If you enter an E/n value, an appropriate voltage for the reactor entry is calculated. The calculations are made as soon as you move away from the value being edited, either by clicking elsewhere with the mouse, or by hitting the tab key.
If you find this calculator useful and want to use it on a computer that is not connected to the Internet, you can save this page to a local file (e.g. Firefox: 'File', 'Save page as...' type: 'Webpage, complete'). If you view the saved page with a browser the calculator should still work. You may have to tolerate a less tidy page, given the buggy nature of many browsers save facilities!
Last updated: 18:06 10/04/2014
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