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Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
area = Velocity/Discharge through orifice
A = v/Q
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Velocity - Velocity, in physics, is a vector quantity (it has both magnitude and direction), and is the time rate of change of position (of an object). (Measured in Meter per Second)
Discharge through orifice - The Discharge through orifice is an opening, of any size or shape, in a pipe or at the bottom or side wall of a container (water tank, reservoir, etc.), through which fluid is discharged. (Measured in Meter³ per Second)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Velocity: 60 Meter per Second --> 60 Meter per Second No Conversion Required
Discharge through orifice: 1 Meter³ per Second --> 1 Meter³ per Second No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
A = v/Q --> 60/1
Evaluating ... ...
A = 60
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
60 Square Meter --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
60 Square Meter <-- Area
(Calculation completed in 00.007 seconds)

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Radius in terms of leakage velocity
radius = sqrt((Velocity*8*Incremental length in the direction of Velocity*Viscosity of oil)/(Change in pressure)) Go
Outer diameter of seal ring in terms of loss of liquid head
outside_diameter_of_seal_ring = sqrt((64*Viscosity of oil*Velocity)/(2*[g]*Density*Loss of liquid head)) Go
Change in pressure in terms of leakage velocity
change_in_pressure = (Velocity*8*(Incremental length in the direction of Velocity)*Viscosity of oil)/((Radius)^2) Go
Absolute viscosity in terms of loss of liquid head
absolute_viscosity_of_oil = Loss of liquid head*2*[g]*Density*(Outside diameter of seal ring)^2/(64*Velocity) Go
Absolute viscosity in terms of leakage velocity
viscosity_of_oil = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*Incremental length in the direction of Velocity*Velocity) Go
Density of liquid in terms of loss of liquid head
density = (64*Viscosity of oil*Velocity)/(2*[g]*Loss of liquid head*(Outside diameter of seal ring)^2) Go
Loss of liquid head
loss_of_liquid_head = (64*Viscosity of oil*Velocity)/(2*[g]*Density*(Outside diameter of seal ring)^2) Go
Leakage velocity
velocity = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*(Incremental length in the direction of velocity)*Viscosity of oil) Go
Incremental length in direction of velocity terms of leakage velocity
incremental_length_in_direction_of_velocity = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*(Velocity)*Viscosity of oil) Go
Incremental length in direction of velocity
incremental_length_in_direction_of_velocity = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*(Velocity)*Viscosity of oil) Go

Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage Formula

area = Velocity/Discharge through orifice
A = v/Q

What is Area in terms of leakage?

The Area in terms of leakage formula is defined as ratio of velocity to fluid discharge. In SI base units: 1 m²

How to Calculate Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage?

Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage calculator uses area = Velocity/Discharge through orifice to calculate the Area, The Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage formula is defined as the ratio of velocity to fluid discharge. Area is denoted by A symbol.

How to calculate Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage, enter Velocity (v) & Discharge through orifice (Q) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage calculation can be explained with given input values -> 60 = 60/1.

FAQ

What is Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage?
The Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage formula is defined as the ratio of velocity to fluid discharge and is represented as A = v/Q or area = Velocity/Discharge through orifice. Velocity, in physics, is a vector quantity (it has both magnitude and direction), and is the time rate of change of position (of an object) & The Discharge through orifice is an opening, of any size or shape, in a pipe or at the bottom or side wall of a container (water tank, reservoir, etc.), through which fluid is discharged.
How to calculate Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage?
The Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage formula is defined as the ratio of velocity to fluid discharge is calculated using area = Velocity/Discharge through orifice. To calculate Area of seal in contact with sliding member in terms of leakage, you need Velocity (v) & Discharge through orifice (Q). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Velocity & Discharge through orifice 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?
In this formula, Area uses Velocity & Discharge through orifice. We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • loss_of_liquid_head = (64*Viscosity of oil*Velocity)/(2*[g]*Density*(Outside diameter of seal ring)^2)
  • absolute_viscosity_of_oil = Loss of liquid head*2*[g]*Density*(Outside diameter of seal ring)^2/(64*Velocity)
  • outside_diameter_of_seal_ring = sqrt((64*Viscosity of oil*Velocity)/(2*[g]*Density*Loss of liquid head))
  • density = (64*Viscosity of oil*Velocity)/(2*[g]*Loss of liquid head*(Outside diameter of seal ring)^2)
  • velocity = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*(Incremental length in the direction of velocity)*Viscosity of oil)
  • incremental_length_in_direction_of_velocity = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*(Velocity)*Viscosity of oil)
  • change_in_pressure = (Velocity*8*(Incremental length in the direction of Velocity)*Viscosity of oil)/((Radius)^2)
  • radius = sqrt((Velocity*8*Incremental length in the direction of Velocity*Viscosity of oil)/(Change in pressure))
  • incremental_length_in_direction_of_velocity = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*(Velocity)*Viscosity of oil)
  • viscosity_of_oil = (Change in pressure)*(Radius)^2/(8*Incremental length in the direction of Velocity*Velocity)
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