## Introduction:

The Shunt Equation Calculator is a specialized tool designed to assist individuals, engineers, and technicians in the field of electrical engineering and electronics.

## Formula:

The Shunt Equation relates the voltage drop across a resistor (shunt) to the current flowing through it and the resistance of the shunt. The formula is as follows

V = I * R

Where:

• V is the voltage drop across the shunt (in volts).
• I is the current flowing through the shunt (in amperes).
• R is the resistance of the shunt (in ohms).

## Working of the Shunt Equation Calculator:

### User Interface:

• Calculator Title: The calculator has a title “Shunt Equation Calculator” displayed prominently at the top.
• Form Elements: Below the title, there is a form that includes input fields for the current (I), resistance (R), and a “Calculate” button.

### Input:

• Current (I): The user enters the current in amperes (A) that flows through the shunt resistor into the “Current” input field.
• Resistance (R): The user enters the resistance in ohms (Ω) of the shunt resistor into the “Resistance” input field.

### Calculation:

• Calculate Button: When the user clicks the “Calculate” button, JavaScript in the background extracts the values of current (I) and resistance (R) from the input fields.
• Shunt Equation: It then uses the Shunt Equation (V = I * R) to calculate the voltage drop (V) across the shunt resistor.
• Result Display: The calculated voltage drop (V) is displayed as a result in the “Result” section of the calculator.

## Output:

• Result Display: The result is displayed in a clear and concise format, such as “Result: [calculated voltage] volts.”

### Usage:

Users can use this calculator to quickly determine the voltage drop across a shunt resistor in an electrical circuit. It can be particularly useful for engineers, electricians, and hobbyists working with circuits where accurate voltage measurements are crucial.