## < 11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Capillarity Through a Circular Tube if inserted in liquid of S1 above a liquid of S2
Capillarity height=(2*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Radius*(specific gravity of liquid -specific gravity of liquid )) GO
Head loss due to Laminar Flow
Head loss=(128*Viscous Force*Rate of flow*Length of Pipe)/(specific weight of liquid*pi*(Diameter of Pipe)^(4)) GO
Capillarity Through an Annular Space
Height of Capillary Rise
Capillarity height=(4*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Diameter of tube) GO
Height of capillary rise/fall
Height of capillary rise/fall=4*Surface Tension*cos(Theta)/(Density*[g]*Diameter of tube) GO
Absolute Pressure at a Height h
absolute pressure=Atmospheric pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height GO
Buoyancy Force
Buoyancy Force=specific weight of liquid*Volume of Object GO
Pressure Inside the Liquid Drop
Pressure change=(4*Surface Tension)/(Diameter of Droplet) GO
Pressure Inside the Soap Bubble
Pressure change=(8*Surface Tension)/(Diameter of Droplet) GO
Power Required to Overcome the Frictional Resistance in Laminar Flow
Power=specific weight of liquid*Rate of flow*Head loss GO
Pressure in Excess of Atmospheric Pressure
Pressure=(specific weight of liquid)*(Height) GO

## < 3 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Capillarity Through a Circular Tube if inserted in liquid of S1 above a liquid of S2
Capillarity height=(2*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Radius*(specific gravity of liquid -specific gravity of liquid )) GO
Capillarity Through an Annular Space
Height of Capillary Rise
Capillarity height=(4*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Diameter of tube) GO

### Capillarity Through Parallel Plates Formula

Capillarity height=(2*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates)
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Body Force Work Rate GO
Heat Loss due to Pipe GO
Dynamic viscosity of fluids GO
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Viscous Force Per Unit Area GO
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Poiseuille's Formula GO
Dynamic Viscosity of Liquids GO
Pressure Inside the Liquid Drop GO
Center of Gravity GO
Center of Buoyancy GO
Metacenter GO
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Turbulence GO
Height of Capillary Rise GO
Capillarity Through an Annular Space GO
Capillarity Through a Circular Tube if inserted in liquid of S1 above a liquid of S2 GO
Cavitation Number GO
Pressure in Excess of Atmospheric Pressure GO
Absolute Pressure at a Height h GO
Normal Stress 1 GO
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Differential pressure between two points GO
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Sensitivity of inclined manometer GO
Total Hydrostatic force GO
Center of pressure GO
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Center of Pressure on Inclined Plane GO
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Unstable Equilibrium of a Floating Body GO
Experimental determination of Metacentric height GO
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Dynamic Pressure GO
Theoretical Velocity - Pitot Tube GO
Theoretical discharge -Venturimeter GO
Discharge through an Elbow meter GO
Variation of y with x in Free Liquid Jet GO
Time of Flight of Jet GO
Time to Reach Highest Point GO
Maximum Vertical Elevation of a Jet Profile GO
Horizontal Range of the Jet GO
Power Required to Overcome the Frictional Resistance in Laminar Flow GO
Frictional Factor of Laminar flow GO
Head loss due to Laminar Flow GO
Friction velocity GO
Force in direction of jet striking a stationary vertical plate GO
Hydraulic Transmission of Power GO
Efficiency of transmission GO
Bulk Modulus When Velocity Of Pressure Wave Is Given GO
Mass Density When Velocity Of Pressure Wave Is Given GO
Surface Energy When Surface Tension Is Given GO
Surface Area When Surface Tension Is Given GO
Shear Stress When Dynamic Viscosity Of A Fluid Is Given GO
Velocity Of Moving Plates When Dynamic Viscosity Is Given GO
Distance Between Plates When Dynamic Viscosity Of A Fluid Is Given GO
Surface Tension Of Liquid Drop When Change In Pressure Is Given GO
Diameter Of Droplet When Pressure Change Is Given GO
Surface Tension Of Soap Bubble When Pressure Change Is Given GO
The diameter Of Soap Bubble When Pressure Change Is Given GO
Specific Weight Of A Liquid When Absolute Pressure Of That liquid At A height is Given GO
Height Of Liquid When Absolute Pressure Of That Liquid Is Given GO
Specific Weight Of Fluid 1 When Differential Pressure Between Two Points Is Given GO
Specific Weight Of Fluid 2 When Differential Pressure Between Two Points Is Given GO
Height Of Fluid 1 When Differential Pressure Between Two Points Is Given GO
Height Of Fluid 2 When Differential Pressure Between Two Points Is Given GO
Specific Weight of Inclined Manometer Liquid When Pressure at A Point is Given GO
Length of Inclined Manometer When Pressure at a Point is Given GO
Angle of Inclined Manometer When Pressure at a Point is Given GO
Angle of Inclined Manometer When Sensitivity is Given GO
Specific Weight of Liquid When Total Hydrostatic Force is given GO
Depth of Centroid When Total Hydrostatic Force is Given GO
Area of the Surface Wetted When Total Hydrostatic Force is Given GO
Moment of Inertia about Centroid When Center of Pressure is Given GO
Area of Surface Wetted When Center of Pressure is Given GO
Depth of Centroid When Center of Pressure is Given GO
Specific Weight Of The Liquid When Buoyancy Force Is Given GO
The Volume Of The Submerged Object When buoyancy Force Is Given GO
Moment of Inertia of Waterline Area When Metacentric Height is Given GO
Volume of the Liquid Displaced When Metacentric Height is Given GO
Distance Between Buoyancy Point and Center of Gravity When Metacenter Height is Given GO
Radius of Gyration When Time Period of Rolling is Given GO
Metacentric Height When Time Period of Rolling is Given GO
Velocity of Fluid When Dynamic Pressure is Given GO
Density of the Liquid When Dynamic Pressure is Given GO
Initial Velocity When Time of Flight of the Liquid Jet is Given GO
Angle of Jet When Time of Flight of Liquid Jet is Given GO
Initial Velocity When Time to Reach the Highest Point of Liquid is Given GO
Angle of Jet When Time to Reach the Highest Point is Given GO
Initial Velocity of Liquid Jet When Maximum Vertical Elevation is Given GO
Reynolds Number When Frictional Factor of Laminar Flow is Given GO
Viscous Force When Head loss Due to Laminar Flow is Given GO
Rate of Flow When Head loss In Laminar Flow is Given GO
Length of Pipe When Head loss is Given GO
Specific Weight of Liquid When Head loss Due to Laminar Flow is Given GO
Diameter of Pipe When Head Loss due to Laminar Flow is Given GO
Mean Velocity When Frictional Velocity is Given GO
Friction Factor When Frictional Velocity is Given GO

## What is capillarity?

Capillary rise or capillarity is a phenomenon in which liquid spontaneously rises or falls in a narrow space such as a thin tube or in the voids of a porous material. Surface tension is an important factor in the phenomenon of capillarity. The surface adhesion forces or internal cohesion present at the interface between a liquid and a solid stretch the liquid and form a curved surface called a meniscus. The characteristic height is the distance from the bottom of the meniscus to the base and exists when the Laplace pressure and the pressure due to gravity are balanced.

## How to Calculate Capillarity Through Parallel Plates?

Capillarity Through Parallel Plates calculator uses Capillarity height=(2*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates) to calculate the Capillarity height, Capillarity through parallel plates is the height raised by the liquid in parallel plates. Capillarity height and is denoted by h symbol.

How to calculate Capillarity Through Parallel Plates using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Capillarity Through Parallel Plates, enter Surface Tension (γ), x (θ), specific weight of liquid (y) and Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Capillarity Through Parallel Plates calculation can be explained with given input values -> 29100 = (2*72.75*cos((0)))/(1000*0.005).

### FAQ

What is Capillarity Through Parallel Plates?
Capillarity through parallel plates is the height raised by the liquid in parallel plates and is represented as h=(2*γ*cos(θ))/(y*t) or Capillarity height=(2*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates). Surface tension is a word that is linked to the liquid surface. It is a physical property of liquids, in which the molecules are drawn onto every side, x is the angle of contact between liquid and the boundary of capillary tube, The specific weight of liquid is also known as the unit weight, is the weight per unit volume of the liquid. A commonly used value is the specific weight of water on Earth at 4°C, which is 9.807 kN/m3 or 62.43 lbf/ft3 and Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates is the uniform gap between the two vertical plates that are partially immersed in a fluid.
How to calculate Capillarity Through Parallel Plates?
Capillarity through parallel plates is the height raised by the liquid in parallel plates is calculated using Capillarity height=(2*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates). To calculate Capillarity Through Parallel Plates, you need Surface Tension (γ), x (θ), specific weight of liquid (y) and Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates (t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Surface Tension, x, specific weight of liquid and Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates 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 Capillarity height?
In this formula, Capillarity height uses Surface Tension, x, specific weight of liquid and Uniform Gap Between Vertical Plates. We can use 3 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• Capillarity height=(4*Surface Tension*cos(x))/(specific weight of liquid*Diameter of tube)