The image above represents sensitivity drift. Two essential parameters are needed to calculate sensitivity drift: **Drift of Higher Temperature (D _{T1})Â **andÂ

**Drift of Lower Temperature (D**

_{To}).The formula for calculating sensitivity drift:

S.D = D_{T1}Â – D_{To}

Where:

S.D = Sensitivity Drift

D_{T1}Â = Drift at Higher Temperature

D_{To}Â = Drift at Lower Temperature

Let’s solve an example;

Find the sensitivity drift when the drift at higher temperature is 44 and the drift at lower temperature is 11.

This implies that;

D_{T1} = Drift at Higher Temperature = 44

D_{To} = Drift at Lower Temperature = 11

S.D = D_{T1}Â – D_{To}

Then, S.D = 44 – 11

S.D = 33

Therefore, theÂ **sensitivity driftÂ **isÂ **33.**

**Calculating for the Drift at Higher Temperature when the Sensitivity Drift and the Drift at Lower Temperature are Given**

D_{T1} = S.D + D_{To}

Where;

D_{T1}Â = Drift at Higher Temperature

S.D = Sensitivity Drift

D_{To}Â = Drift at Lower Temperature

Let’s solve an example;

Find the drift at higher temperature when the sensitivity drift is 20 and the drift at lower temperature is 18.

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This implies that;

S.D = Sensitivity Drift = 20

D_{To} = Drift at Lower Temperature = 18

D_{T1} = S.D + D_{To}

So, D_{T1} = 20 + 18

D_{T1} = 38

Therefore, theÂ **drift at higher temperatureÂ **isÂ **38.**

Read more:Â How to Calculate and Solve for Sensitivity Drift Co-efficient | System Performance Characteristics

**Calculating for the Drift at Lower Temperature when the Sensitivity Drift and the Drift at Higher Temperature are Given**

D_{To} = D_{T1} – S.D

Where:

D_{To}Â = Drift at Lower Temperature

S.D = Sensitivity Drift

D_{T1} = Drift at Higher Temperature

Let’s solve an example;

Find the drift at lower temperature when the sensitivity drift is 10 and the drift at higher temperature is 45.

This implies that;

S.D = Sensitivity Drift = 10

D_{T1} = Drift at Higher Temperature = 45

D_{To} = D_{T1} – S.D

So, D_{To} = 45 – 10

D_{To} = 35

Therefore, theÂ **drift at lower temperatureÂ **isÂ **35.**

Read more:Â How to Calculate and Solve for Sensitivity Drift Co-efficient | System Performance Characteristics

**How to Calculate Sensitivity Drift Using Nickzom Calculator**

Nickzom Calculator â€“Â **The Calculator Encyclopedia** is capable of calculating the sensitivity drift.

To get the answer and workings of the sensitivity drift using the **Nickzom Calculator â€“ The Calculator Encyclopedia.Â **First, you need to obtain the app.

You can get this app via any of these means:

**Web**Â â€“Â https://www.nickzom.org/calculator-plus

To get access to theÂ **professionalÂ **version via web, you need toÂ **register**Â andÂ **subscribeÂ **for**Â NGN 2,000Â **per**Â annum**Â to have utter access to all functionalities.

You can also try theÂ **demoÂ **version viaÂ https://www.nickzom.org/calculator

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to theÂ **Calculator Map,Â **then click onÂ **Materials and MetallurgicalÂ **underÂ **Engineering****.**

Now, Click onÂ **instrumentationÂ **underÂ **Materials and Metallurgical**

So, Click on **System Performance CharacteristicsÂ **underÂ **Instrumentation**

Now, Click on **Sensitivity ****Drift **underÂ **System Performance Characteristics**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the sensitivity drift according to the respective parameters which is the **Drift of Higher Temperature (D _{T1})Â **andÂ

**Drift of Lower Temperature (D**

_{To}).Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **Drift of Higher Temperature (D _{T1})** is

**44**and

**Drift of Lower Temperature (D**is

_{To})**11**.

Finally, Click on Calculate

As you can see from the screenshot above,Â **Nickzom Calculator**â€“ The Calculator Encyclopedia solves for the sensitivity drift and presents the formula, workings and steps too.