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Absolute pressure head at constant head and atmospheric pressure head
absolute pressure head=atmospheric pressure head+constant head-(((velocity of liquid outlet/0.62)^2)*(1/(2*9.81))) GO
Atmospheric pressure head at constant head and absolute pressure head
atmospheric pressure head=absolute pressure head-constant head+(((velocity of liquid outlet/0.62)^2)*(1/(2*9.81))) GO
Velocity of liquid at C-C for Hc, Ha, and H
velocity of liquid CC=sqrt(2*9.81*(atmospheric pressure head+constant head-absolute pressure head)) GO
Discharge in the convergent-divergent mouthpiece
discharge through mouthpiece=area at vena contracta*sqrt(2*9.81*constant head) GO
Area of mouthpiece In Borda's mouthpiece running full
Area=discharge through mouthpiece/(0.707*sqrt(2*9.81*constant head)) GO
Area of mouthpiece In Borda's mouthpiece running free
Area=discharge through mouthpiece/(0.5*sqrt(2*9.81*constant head)) GO
Discharge In Borda's mouthpiece running full
discharge through mouthpiece=0.707*Area*sqrt(2*9.81*constant head) GO
Discharge In Borda's mouthpiece running free
discharge through mouthpiece=0.5*Area*sqrt(2*9.81*constant head) GO

Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head Formula

area at vena contracta=discharge through mouthpiece/(sqrt(2*9.81*constant head))
a c=Q/(sqrt(2*9.81*H))
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What is mouthpiece?

A mouthpiece is a short tube of length not more than two to three times its diameter, which is. fitted to a tank for measuring the discharge of the flow from the tank. By fitting the mouthpiece, the. discharge through an orifice of the tank can be increased.

What is an convergent-divergent mouthpiece?

If a mouthpiece converges up to vena-contracta and then diverges, this type of mouthpiece is known as a convergent-divergent mouthpiece.

How to Calculate Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head?

Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head calculator uses area at vena contracta=discharge through mouthpiece/(sqrt(2*9.81*constant head)) to calculate the area at vena contracta, The Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head is considered from the convergent-divergent mouthpiece which depends on the area at the throat. Here, in the mouthpiece, there is no sudden enlargement so it is eliminated. . area at vena contracta and is denoted by a c symbol.

How to calculate Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head, enter discharge through mouthpiece (Q) and constant head (H) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.713922 = 10/(sqrt(2*9.81*10)).

FAQ

What is Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head?
The Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head is considered from the convergent-divergent mouthpiece which depends on the area at the throat. Here, in the mouthpiece, there is no sudden enlargement so it is eliminated. and is represented as a c=Q/(sqrt(2*9.81*H)) or area at vena contracta=discharge through mouthpiece/(sqrt(2*9.81*constant head)). The discharge through mouthpiece is considered in the flow without sudden enlargement and The constant head is considered for discharging of the water from an mouthpiece.
How to calculate Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head?
The Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head is considered from the convergent-divergent mouthpiece which depends on the area at the throat. Here, in the mouthpiece, there is no sudden enlargement so it is eliminated. is calculated using area at vena contracta=discharge through mouthpiece/(sqrt(2*9.81*constant head)). To calculate Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head, you need discharge through mouthpiece (Q) and constant head (H). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for discharge through mouthpiece and constant head and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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