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Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
acceleration_due_to_gravity = impelling force/((Density of Particle-Liquid Density)*Volume of one Particle)
g = F/((ρp-LD)*Vp)
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
impelling force - Impelling force is equal to the effective weight of the particle in fluid. If all the other values are known anything can be determined. (Measured in Kilogram-Force)
Density of Particle - Density of Particle is defined as the mass of a unit volume of sediment solids. A simple example is that if 1 cm3 of solid material weighs 2.65 g, the particle density is 2.65 g/cm3. (Measured in Gram per Millimeter³)
Liquid Density - Liquid Density is mass per unit volume of the liquid. (Measured in Kilogram per Meter³)
Volume of one Particle - Volume of one Particle is the capacity of a single particle or the volume occupied by one particle. (Measured in Cubic Millimeter)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
impelling force: 1 Kilogram-Force --> 9.80664999999931 Newton (Check conversion here)
Density of Particle: 10 Gram per Millimeter³ --> 10000000 Kilogram per Meter³ (Check conversion here)
Liquid Density: 10 Kilogram per Meter³ --> 10 Kilogram per Meter³ No Conversion Required
Volume of one Particle: 10 Cubic Millimeter --> 1E-08 Cubic Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
g = F/((ρp-LD)*Vp) --> 9.80664999999931/((10000000-10)*1E-08)
Evaluating ... ...
g = 98.0665980665912
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
98.0665980665912 Meter per Square Second --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
98.0665980665912 Meter per Square Second <-- Acceleration Due To Gravity
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

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Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given Formula

acceleration_due_to_gravity = impelling force/((Density of Particle-Liquid Density)*Volume of one Particle)
g = F/((ρp-LD)*Vp)

What is impelling force?

The impelling force at uniform settling velocity is equal to the effective weight of the particle in fluid. If all the other values are known anything can be determined.

How to Calculate Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given?

Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given calculator uses acceleration_due_to_gravity = impelling force/((Density of Particle-Liquid Density)*Volume of one Particle) to calculate the Acceleration Due To Gravity, The Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given is the steady gain in speed caused exclusively by the force of gravitational attraction. Acceleration Due To Gravity and is denoted by g symbol.

How to calculate Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given, enter impelling force (F), Density of Particle p), Liquid Density (LD) and Volume of one Particle (Vp) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 98.0666 = 9.80664999999931/((10000000-10)*1E-08).

FAQ

What is Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given?
The Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given is the steady gain in speed caused exclusively by the force of gravitational attraction and is represented as g = F/((ρp-LD)*Vp) or acceleration_due_to_gravity = impelling force/((Density of Particle-Liquid Density)*Volume of one Particle). Impelling force is equal to the effective weight of the particle in fluid. If all the other values are known anything can be determined, Density of Particle is defined as the mass of a unit volume of sediment solids. A simple example is that if 1 cm3 of solid material weighs 2.65 g, the particle density is 2.65 g/cm3, Liquid Density is mass per unit volume of the liquid and Volume of one Particle is the capacity of a single particle or the volume occupied by one particle.
How to calculate Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given?
The Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given is the steady gain in speed caused exclusively by the force of gravitational attraction is calculated using acceleration_due_to_gravity = impelling force/((Density of Particle-Liquid Density)*Volume of one Particle). To calculate Acceleration due to gravity when impelling force is given, you need impelling force (F), Density of Particle p), Liquid Density (LD) and Volume of one Particle (Vp). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for impelling force, Density of Particle, Liquid Density and Volume of one Particle 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 Acceleration Due To Gravity?
In this formula, Acceleration Due To Gravity uses impelling force, Density of Particle, Liquid Density and Volume of one Particle. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = ((inlet capacity/(0.6*Area))^2)*(1/(2*Depth))
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Volume flow rate/(coefficient of discharging*area for siphon throat))^(2)*(1/(2*head of the liquid))
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = ((Self cleansing velocity)^2*Friction factor)/(8*Constant*Diameter of the grain*(Specific gravity of sediment-1))
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Radius of gyration^2/((Time Period Of Progressive Wave/2*pi)^2)*Distance between point B and G)
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Settling velocity)^2/(((4/3)*(Specific gravity of sediment-1)*Diameter )/coefficient of drag)
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Settling velocity)^(1/0.714)/((Specific gravity of sediment-1)*(Diameter )^(1.6))/(13.88*(Kinematic viscosity )^(0.6))
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Settling velocity/(1.8*sqrt((Specific gravity of sediment-1)*Diameter )))^2
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Minimum critical scour velocity/(3*sqrt(Diameter *(Specific gravity of particle-1))))^2
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (Maximum critical scour velocity/(4.5*sqrt(Diameter *(Specific gravity of particle-1))))^2
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = (0.1*(critical velocity)^2/(2*Head loss))
  • acceleration_due_to_gravity = ((critical velocity)^2/critical depth)
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