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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Manometric head in terms of total head at outlet and inlet of the pump
Manometric head=((Pressure at outlet/Specific Weight)+((Velocity in delivery pipe^2)/(2*[g]))+Datum head at outlet)-((Pressure at inlet/Specific Weight)+((Velocity in suction pipe^2)/(2*[g]))+Datum head at inlet) GO
Area of upper end of bar
Areas of Upper End=Area of the lower end *e^(Specific Weight*Length of Rod/Stress) GO
Area of lower end of bar
Area of the lower end =Areas of Upper End/e^(Specific Weight*Length of Rod/Stress) GO
Specific Gravity of Fluid
Specific Gravity of Fluid=Specific Weight/Specific Weight of Standard Fluid GO
Elongation of the element
Increase in length=(Specific Weight*(Length of Rod^2))/(2*Young's Modulus) GO
Absolute Pressure using Equation of State
Absolute Pressure=Absolute Temperature of Gas*Density of Gas*Gas Constant GO
Mass Density when Specific Weight is Known
Mass Density of Fluid=Specific Weight/Acceleration Due To Gravity GO
Weight of the bar for a length x
Weight=Specific Weight*Cross sectional area*Length of Rod GO
Strain in the element
Strain=(Specific Weight*Length of Rod)/Young's Modulus GO
Volume of Fluid when Specific Weight is known
Volume=Weight of Fluid/Specific Weight GO
Stress on the element
Stress=Specific Weight*Length of Rod GO

6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Pressure Intensity at a radial distance r from axis
Absolute Pressure=specific weight of liquid*((((Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)/2*[g])-radial distance*cos(pi/180*Slope of Line)+Vertical distance) GO
Pressure at any point with origin at free surface
Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+(specific weight of liquid/[g])*(0.5*(Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)-Angular Velocity*Height GO
Pressure at any point in liquid
Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height*(1+Constant Vertical Acceleration/[g]) GO
Absolute Pressure using Equation of State
Absolute Pressure=Absolute Temperature of Gas*Density of Gas*Gas Constant GO
Pressure at Any Point in Liquid
Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height GO
Absolute Pressure
Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+Vacuum Pressure GO

Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known Formula

Absolute Pressure=Gas Constant*Specific Weight*Absolute Temperature of Gas
Pabs=R*SW*T
More formulas
Mass Density when Specific Weight is Known GO
Specific Weight when Mass Density is Known GO
Specific Weight of Fluid GO
Volume of Fluid when Specific Weight is known GO
Specific Gravity of Fluid GO
Specific Weight of Fluid when Specific Gravity is known GO
Absolute Pressure using Equation of State GO
Absolute Temperature of Gas GO
Gas Constant using Equation of State GO
Specific Weight using Equation of State when Absolute Pressure is Known GO
Shear Stress between any two thin sheets of Fluid GO
Velocity Gradient when Shear Stress is Known GO
Dynamic Viscosity when Shear Stress is known GO
Velocity Gradient GO
Velocity of Fluid when Shear Stress is known GO
Kinematic Viscosity GO
Dynamic Viscosity when Kinematic Viscosity is Known GO
Mass Density when Viscosity is Known GO
Bulk Modulus of Elasticity GO
Compressibility of a Fluid GO
Compressibility of Fluid when Bulk Modulus of Elasticity is Known GO
Pressure Intensity inside a Droplet GO
Pressure Intensity inside a Soap Bubble GO
Pressure Intensity inside a liquid Jet GO
Surface Tension when Pressure Intensity inside a Droplet is Known GO
Surface Tension when Pressure Intensity inside a Soap Bubble is Known GO
Surface Tension when Pressure Intensity inside a Liquid Jet is Known GO
Capillary Rise or Depression of a Fluid GO
Capillary Rise when contact is between Water and Glass GO
Capillary Rise or Depression when a Tube is inserted in two Liquids GO
Surface Tension when Capillary Rise or Depression is Known GO
Capillary Rise or Depression when two Vertical Parallel Plates are Partially Immersed in a Liquid GO

What is Absolute Pressure?

The definition of absolute pressure is the pressure of having no matter inside a space, or a perfect vacuum. Measurements taken in absolute pressure use this absolute zero as their reference point.

How to Calculate Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known?

Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known calculator uses Absolute Pressure=Gas Constant*Specific Weight*Absolute Temperature of Gas to calculate the Absolute Pressure, The Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known formula is defined as a function of gas constant, specific weight and absolute temperature of gas. Absolute Pressure and is denoted by Pabs symbol.

How to calculate Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known, enter Gas Constant (R), Specific Weight (SW) and Absolute Temperature of Gas (T) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1000 = 10*1*100.

FAQ

What is Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known?
The Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known formula is defined as a function of gas constant, specific weight and absolute temperature of gas and is represented as Pabs=R*SW*T or Absolute Pressure=Gas Constant*Specific Weight*Absolute Temperature of Gas. Gas Constant is a general constant in the equation of state of gases that is equal in the case of an ideal gas to the product of the pressure and volume of one mole divided by the absolute temperature, Specific Weight the ratio of a body’s weight P to its volume V and Absolute Temperature of Gas is a temperature measured from absolute zero in kelvins.
How to calculate Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known?
The Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known formula is defined as a function of gas constant, specific weight and absolute temperature of gas is calculated using Absolute Pressure=Gas Constant*Specific Weight*Absolute Temperature of Gas. To calculate Absolute Pressure using Equation of State when Specific Weight is known, you need Gas Constant (R), Specific Weight (SW) and Absolute Temperature of Gas (T). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Gas Constant, Specific Weight and Absolute Temperature of Gas and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Absolute Pressure?
In this formula, Absolute Pressure uses Gas Constant, Specific Weight and Absolute Temperature of Gas. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+Vacuum Pressure
  • Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height
  • Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height*(1+Constant Vertical Acceleration/[g])
  • Absolute Pressure=Absolute Temperature of Gas*Density of Gas*Gas Constant
  • Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+(specific weight of liquid/[g])*(0.5*(Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)-Angular Velocity*Height
  • Absolute Pressure=specific weight of liquid*((((Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)/2*[g])-radial distance*cos(pi/180*Slope of Line)+Vertical distance)
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