I am trying to find information on formulas used to calculate capacitance required for a given circuit. Not a circuit in particular, just in general how to figure out what value should be used. I know about selecting voltage ratings at least 20% higher than the max possible voltage, or even more cautious selecting at least double the expected voltage. But have not found much on finding the value in capacitance that will be needed.
It is beginning to look as though there are many different formula depending the the specific capacitors application in a circuit. For example I found to calculate a filter capacitor in a power supply, C = I / (Vripple x 100).
So as I said, I am just trying to find a good resource (or a few) about calculating values of capacitors for various applications. Thanks for checking out my question, I am excited to get reading and figure this out.