# Drift Velocity Calculator

Drift velocity can be explained as the velocity where the free electrons start moving onto the positive end of the conductor due to the applied electric field that is applied externally.

Formula to calculate drift velocity is:

where,
V = Drift Velocity [m/s]
I = Current [amps]
n = Charge Density [m-3]
Q = Charge on every charge carrier [coulomb]
A = Conductor's cross section area [m2]

In our below online drift velocity calculator, enter the current, charge density and charge on every charge carrier in the respective fields and click calculate to get the drift velocity.

 Current (I): [amps] Charge Density (n): [m-3] Charge on every charge carrier (Q): [Coulomb] Conductor's cross section area (A): [m2] Drift Velocity (V): [m/s]

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