**From:** Doug Brooks (*doug@eskimo.com*)

**Date:** Tue May 29 2001 - 10:33:45 PDT

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Hi Gurus

I am looking for the mathematical formula for RMS voltage. I seem to

remember that it can be expressed as an integral of a squared function. I

can almost fake it(!) but I'd like to see the real thing! I would also like

to see a table of RMS values for different types of (non-sinusoidal)

waveforms (such as triangular, saw tooth, etc.) Can anyone point me to a

web page where this info might exist. Or perhaps, might someone create the

formula in an equation editor and e-mail it to me as an attachment.

Thanks for any help

Doug Brooks

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