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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Viscosity of fluid or oil in falling sphere resistance method
viscosity of fluid=([g]*(diameter of sphere^2)/(18*velocity of sphere))*(density of sphere-density of fluid) GO
Shear stress for local drag coefficient in boundary layer flows
Shear Stress=local coefficient of drag*0.5*density of fluid*(Freestream Velocity^2) GO
Power lost due to sudden enlargement
Power=(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge*loss of head sudden enlargement)/1000 GO
Velocity of sphere in falling sphere resistance method
velocity of sphere=Drag Force/(3*pi*viscosity of fluid*diameter of sphere) GO
Drag force in falling sphere resistance method
Drag Force=3*pi*viscosity of fluid*velocity of sphere*diameter of sphere GO
Head loss due to friction for power required and discharge in turbulent flow
head loss due to friction=(Power*1000)/(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge) GO
Discharge through pipe for power required and head loss in turbulent flow
Discharge=(Power*1000)/(density of fluid*[g]*head loss due to friction) GO
Power required to maintain the turbulent flow
Power=(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge*head loss due to friction)/1000 GO
Density of fluid in falling sphere resistance method
density of fluid=Buoyant Force/((pi/6)*(diameter of sphere^3)*[g]) GO
Shear velocity for turbulent flow in pipes
Shear Velocity=sqrt(Shear Stress/density of fluid) GO
Shear stress developed for turbulent flow in pipes
Shear Stress=(Shear Velocity^2)*density of fluid GO

7 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

buoyant force on vertical cores
Buoyant Force=[g]*(0.25*pi*((Diameter of core print^2)-(Diameter of cylinder^2))*Height of core print*Density of metal-(Volume of the core*Density of core)) GO
buoyant force on cylindrical cores placed horizontally
Buoyant Force=[g]*0.25*pi*(Diameter of cylinder^2)*Cylinder Height*(Density of metal-Density of core) GO
Buoyant force on cores
Buoyant Force=9.81*Volume of the core*(Density of metal-Density of core) GO
Buoyant force on cores from chaplet area
Buoyant Force=(Chaplet area/29)+Empirical constant*Core print area GO
Buoyant force given grashof number
Buoyant Force=Grashof number*(Viscous Force^2)/Inertia force GO
Empirical relation for max. permissible buoyancy force on given core print area
Buoyant Force=Empirical constant*Core print area GO
Buoyant Force
Buoyant Force=Pressure*Area GO

Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method Formula

Buoyant Force=(pi/6)*(diameter of sphere^3)*density of fluid*[g]
Fb=(pi/6)*(d^3)*ρ <sub>f</sub>*[g]
More formulas
Difference of pressure for viscous or laminar flow GO
Diameter of pipe for difference in pressure in viscous flow GO
Length of pipe for difference of pressure in viscous flow GO
Velocity at any radius, radius of pipe, and maximum velocity GO
Maximum velocity at any radius with a velocity, and radius of pipe GO
Radius of pipe from maximum velocity and velocity at any radius GO
Loss of pressure head for viscous flow through circular pipe GO
Diameter of pipe for loss of pressure head in viscous flow GO
Length of pipe for loss of pressure head in viscous flow GO
Difference of pressure for viscous flow between two parallel plates GO
Length for difference of pressure in viscous flow between two parallel plates GO
Loss of pressure head for viscous flow between two parallel plates GO
Length for pressure head loss in viscous flow between two parallel plates GO
Shear stress in the fluid or oil of journal bearing GO
Thickness of oil film for speed and diameter of shaft in journal bearing GO
Diameter of shaft for speed and shear stress of fluid in journal bearing GO
Shear force or viscous resistance in journal bearing GO
Thickness of oil film for shear force in journal bearing GO
Speed of rotation for shear force in journal bearing GO
Torque required to overcome the shear force in journal bearing GO
Shear force for torque and diameter of shaft in journal bearing GO
Power absorbed in overcoming viscous resistance in journal bearing GO
Torque required considering power absorbed in journal bearing GO
Rotational speed considering power absorbed and torque in journal bearing GO
Torque required to overcome viscous resistance in foot-step bearing GO
Radius of shaft for torque required in foot-step bearing GO
Rotational speed for torque required in foot-step bearing GO
Thickness of oil film for torque required in foot-step bearing GO
Power absorbed in foot-step bearing GO
Torque required to overcome viscous resistance in collar bearing GO
External or outer radius of collar for total torque GO
Internal or inner radius of collar for total torque GO
Rotational speed for torque required in collar bearing GO
Power absorbed in collar bearing GO
Loss of head due to friction GO
Diameter of pipe for head loss due to friction in viscous flow GO
Length of pipe for head loss due to friction in viscous flow GO
Viscosity of fluid or oil for movement of piston in dash-pot GO
Velocity of piston or body for movement of piston in dash-pot GO
Viscosity of fluid or oil for capillary tube method GO
Discharge in capillary tube method GO
Length of tube in capillary tube method GO
Diameter of capillary tube GO
Drag force in falling sphere resistance method GO
Velocity of sphere in falling sphere resistance method GO
Diameter of sphere in falling sphere resistance method GO
Viscosity of fluid or oil in falling sphere resistance method GO
Density of fluid in falling sphere resistance method GO
Viscosity of fluid or oil in rotating cylinder method GO
Total torque measured by strain in rotating cylinder method GO
Angular speed of outer cylinder in rotating cylinder method GO

How Stoke's law is related here?

Stoke's law is the basis of the falling sphere viscometer, in which the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube. A sphere of known size and density is allowed to descend through the liquid.

What is buoyant force in viscous flow?

The buoyant force is a force act exactly opposite to gravitational force. The slower velocity of the ball moving thru liquid is due to the drag of viscous fluid. When we say weightlessness of the ball, it only means there is no force acting on the mass externally.

How to Calculate Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method?

Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method calculator uses Buoyant Force=(pi/6)*(diameter of sphere^3)*density of fluid*[g] to calculate the Buoyant Force, The Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method formula is known while considering the diameter of the sphere in terms of the volume of a sphere and the density of the fluid. Buoyant Force and is denoted by Fb symbol.

How to calculate Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method, enter diameter of sphere (d) and density of fluid f) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method calculation can be explained with given input values -> 51347.5 = (pi/6)*(10^3)*10*[g].

FAQ

What is Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method?
The Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method formula is known while considering the diameter of the sphere in terms of the volume of a sphere and the density of the fluid and is represented as Fb=(pi/6)*(d^3)*ρ f*[g] or Buoyant Force=(pi/6)*(diameter of sphere^3)*density of fluid*[g]. The diameter of sphere is considered in the falling sphere resistance method and The density of fluid is the mass per unit volume considered in the relation falling resistance method.
How to calculate Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method?
The Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method formula is known while considering the diameter of the sphere in terms of the volume of a sphere and the density of the fluid is calculated using Buoyant Force=(pi/6)*(diameter of sphere^3)*density of fluid*[g]. To calculate Buoyant force in falling sphere resistance method, you need diameter of sphere (d) and density of fluid f). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for diameter of sphere and density of fluid 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 Buoyant Force?
In this formula, Buoyant Force uses diameter of sphere and density of fluid. We can use 7 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Buoyant Force=Pressure*Area
  • Buoyant Force=9.81*Volume of the core*(Density of metal-Density of core)
  • Buoyant Force=[g]*0.25*pi*(Diameter of cylinder^2)*Cylinder Height*(Density of metal-Density of core)
  • Buoyant Force=[g]*(0.25*pi*((Diameter of core print^2)-(Diameter of cylinder^2))*Height of core print*Density of metal-(Volume of the core*Density of core))
  • Buoyant Force=Empirical constant*Core print area
  • Buoyant Force=(Chaplet area/29)+Empirical constant*Core print area
  • Buoyant Force=Grashof number*(Viscous Force^2)/Inertia force
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