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Discharge through partially sub-merged orifice
discharge through orifice=(coefficient of discharging*Width*(height of liquid bottom edge-difference in liquid level)*(sqrt(2*9.81*difference in liquid level)))+((2/3)*coefficient of discharging*Breadth*(sqrt(2*9.81))*((difference in liquid level^1.5)-(height of liquid top edge^1.5))) GO
Area of tank while considering time for emptying a tank
area of tank=(Total Time Taken*coefficient of discharging*area of orifice*(sqrt(2*9.81)))/(2*((sqrt(initial height of liquid))-(sqrt(final height of liquid)))) GO
Co-efficient of discharge considering time for emptying a tank
coefficient of discharging=(2*area of tank*((sqrt(initial height of liquid))-(sqrt(final height of liquid))))/(Total Time Taken*area of orifice*sqrt(2*9.81)) GO
Time of emptying a tank through an orifice at bottom
Total Time Taken=(2*area of tank*((sqrt(initial height of liquid))-(sqrt(final height of liquid))))/(coefficient of discharging*area of orifice*sqrt(2*9.81)) GO
Discharge through fully sub-merged orifice
discharge through orifice=coefficient of discharging*Width*(height of liquid bottom edge-height of liquid top edge)*(sqrt(2*9.81*difference in liquid level)) GO
Discharge through large rectangular orifice
discharge through orifice=(2/3)*coefficient of discharging*Breadth*(sqrt(2*9.81))*((height of liquid bottom edge^1.5)-(height of liquid top edge^1.5)) GO
The velocity of the fluid particle
Velocity of the fluid particle=Displacement/Total Time Taken GO
Average Speed
Average Speed=Total Distance Traveled/Total Time Taken GO
Angular Speed
Angular Speed=Angular Displacement/Total Time Taken GO
Acceleration
Acceleration=Change in Velocity/Total Time Taken GO
Electric Current when Charge and Time are Given
Electric Current=Charge/Total Time Taken GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Area of Orifice when Area at Section 2 or at Vena Contracta is Given
area of orifice=Cross-Sectional area at a point 2/coefficient of contraction GO

Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank Formula

area of orifice=(pi*(((4/3)*hemispherical tank radius*((initial height of liquid^(3/2))-(final height of liquid^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((initial height of liquid^(5/2))-(final height of liquid)^(5/2)))))/(Total Time Taken*coefficient of discharging*(sqrt(2*9.81)))
a=(pi*(((4/3)*R*((H 1^(3/2))-(H 2^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((H 1^(5/2))-(H 2)^(5/2)))))/(t*Cd*(sqrt(2*9.81)))
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Co-efficient of discharge GO
Co-efficient of discharge for area and velocity GO
Theoretical velocity GO
Co-efficient of contraction GO
Co-efficient of velocity GO
Head of the liquid above the centre of orifice GO
Co-efficient of velocity for horizontal and vertical distance GO
Loss of head due to fluid resistance GO
Head of liquid for head loss and coefficient of velocity GO
Co-efficient of velocity for the head of liquid and head loss GO
Discharge through large rectangular orifice GO
Horizontal distance for co-efficient of velocity and vertical distance GO
Vertical distance for co-efficient of velocity and horizontal distance GO
Discharge through fully sub-merged orifice GO
Discharge through partially sub-merged orifice GO
Time of emptying a tank through an orifice at bottom GO
Co-efficient of discharge considering time for emptying a tank GO
Area of tank while considering time for emptying a tank GO
Time of emptying a hemispherical tank GO
Co-efficient of discharge considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank GO
Time of emptying a circular horizontal tank GO
Co-efficient of discharge considering time of emptying a circular horizontal tank GO
Loss of head due to sudden enlargement GO
Absolute pressure head at constant head and atmospheric pressure head GO
Atmospheric pressure head at constant head and absolute pressure head GO
Velocity of liquid at C-C for Hc, Ha, and H GO
Discharge in the convergent-divergent mouthpiece GO
Area at vena contracta for discharge and constant head GO
Discharge In Borda's mouthpiece running full GO
Area of mouthpiece In Borda's mouthpiece running full GO
Discharge In Borda's mouthpiece running free GO
Area of mouthpiece In Borda's mouthpiece running free GO

What is hemispherical tank radius?

The hemispherical tank radius is the distance from the center of a hemisphere to any point on the hemisphere is called the radius of the hemisphere.

What is coefficient of discharge?

The coefficient of discharge is defined as the ratio of the actual discharge from an orifice to the theoretical discharge from the orifice.

How to Calculate Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank?

Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank calculator uses area of orifice=(pi*(((4/3)*hemispherical tank radius*((initial height of liquid^(3/2))-(final height of liquid^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((initial height of liquid^(5/2))-(final height of liquid)^(5/2)))))/(Total Time Taken*coefficient of discharging*(sqrt(2*9.81))) to calculate the area of orifice, The Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank is known from while considering a hemispherical tank of radius R fitted with an orifice of area 'a' at its bottom. area of orifice and is denoted by a symbol.

How to calculate Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank, enter hemispherical tank radius (R), initial height of liquid (H 1), final height of liquid (H 2), Total Time Taken (t) and coefficient of discharging (Cd) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = (pi*(((4/3)*15*((10^(3/2))-(10^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((10^(5/2))-(10)^(5/2)))))/(80*1*(sqrt(2*9.81))).

FAQ

What is Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank?
The Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank is known from while considering a hemispherical tank of radius R fitted with an orifice of area 'a' at its bottom and is represented as a=(pi*(((4/3)*R*((H 1^(3/2))-(H 2^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((H 1^(5/2))-(H 2)^(5/2)))))/(t*Cd*(sqrt(2*9.81))) or area of orifice=(pi*(((4/3)*hemispherical tank radius*((initial height of liquid^(3/2))-(final height of liquid^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((initial height of liquid^(5/2))-(final height of liquid)^(5/2)))))/(Total Time Taken*coefficient of discharging*(sqrt(2*9.81))). The hemispherical tank radius is the distance from the center of a hemisphere to any point on the hemisphere is called the radius of the hemisphere, The initial height of liquid is a variable from the tank emptying through an orifice at its bottom, The final height of liquid is a variable from the tank emptying through an orifice at its bottom, Total Time Taken is the total time taken by the body to cover that space and The coefficient of discharging or efflux coefficient is the ratio of the actual discharge to the theoretical discharge.
How to calculate Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank?
The Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank is known from while considering a hemispherical tank of radius R fitted with an orifice of area 'a' at its bottom is calculated using area of orifice=(pi*(((4/3)*hemispherical tank radius*((initial height of liquid^(3/2))-(final height of liquid^(3/2))))-((2/5)*((initial height of liquid^(5/2))-(final height of liquid)^(5/2)))))/(Total Time Taken*coefficient of discharging*(sqrt(2*9.81))). To calculate Area of orifice considering time of emptying a hemispherical tank, you need hemispherical tank radius (R), initial height of liquid (H 1), final height of liquid (H 2), Total Time Taken (t) and coefficient of discharging (Cd). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for hemispherical tank radius, initial height of liquid, final height of liquid, Total Time Taken and coefficient of discharging 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 area of orifice?
In this formula, area of orifice uses hemispherical tank radius, initial height of liquid, final height of liquid, Total Time Taken and coefficient of discharging. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • area of orifice=Cross-Sectional area at a point 2/coefficient of contraction
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