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Liquid Column Height when Pressure Intensity at a radial distance r from axis is Given
Vertical distance=(Absolute Pressure-(specific weight of liquid*((((Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)/2*[g])-radial distance*cos(pi/180*Slope of Line))))/specific weight of liquid GO
Pressure Intensity at a radial distance r from axis
Absolute Pressure=specific weight of liquid*((((Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)/2*[g])-radial distance*cos(pi/180*Slope of Line)+Vertical distance) GO
Atmospheric Pressure when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given
Atmospheric Pressure=Absolute Pressure-((specific weight of liquid/[g])*(0.5*(Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)+Angular Velocity*Height) GO
Vertical Depth (z) when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given
Height=(Atmospheric Pressure-Absolute Pressure+(specific weight of liquid/[g])*(0.5*(Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2))/Angular Velocity GO
Pressure at any point with origin at free surface
Absolute Pressure=Atmospheric Pressure+(specific weight of liquid/[g])*(0.5*(Angular Velocity*radial distance)^2)-Angular Velocity*Height GO
Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element when Head Loss is Given
Shear Stress=(specific weight of liquid*Head loss*radial distance)/(2*Length of Pipe) GO
Specific Weight of Liquid when Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element is Given
specific weight of liquid=2*Shear Stress*Length of Pipe/(Head loss*radial distance) GO
Centripetal acceleration exerted on the liquid mass at a radial distance r from axis.
Centripetal acceleration=(Angular Velocity^2)*radial distance GO
Radial Distance when Centripetal acceleration from axis is Given
radial distance=Centripetal acceleration/(Angular Velocity^2) GO
Pressure Gradient when Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element is Given
Pressure Gradient=-2*Shear Stress/radial distance GO
Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element
Shear Stress=-Pressure Gradient*radial distance/2 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Angular velocity when kinetic energy is given
Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/((Mass 1*(Radius of mass 1^2))+(Mass 2*(Radius of mass 2^2)))) GO
Constant Angular Velocity when Equation of Free Surface of liquid is Given
Angular Velocity=sqrt(Height*(2*[g])/(Distance from center to a point^2)) GO
Final angular velocity
Angular Velocity=Initial angular velocity+(Angular acceleration*Time) GO
Angular velocity considering the depth of parabola
Angular Velocity=sqrt((depth of parabola*2*9.81)/(Radius 1^2)) GO
Angular velocity in terms of inertia and kinetic energy
Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/Moment of Inertia) GO
Angular velocity of electron
Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit GO
Angular velocity using angular momentum and inertia
Angular Velocity=Angular Momentum/Moment of Inertia GO
Angular velocity
Angular Velocity=(2*pi*Speed of impeller)/60 GO
Angular velocity of a body moving in a circle
Angular Velocity=Angular Displacement/Time GO
Angular velocity of diatomic molecule
Angular Velocity=2*pi*Rotational frequency GO
Angular velocity if linear velocity is known
Angular Velocity=Velocity/Radius GO

Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given Formula

Angular Velocity=sqrt(Centripetal acceleration/radial distance)
ω=sqrt(a/r s)
More formulas
Centripetal acceleration exerted on the liquid mass at a radial distance r from axis. GO
Radial Distance when Centripetal acceleration from axis is Given GO
Pressure at any point with origin at free surface GO
Atmospheric Pressure when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given GO
Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given GO
Vertical Depth (z) when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given GO
Equation of Free Surface of liquid GO
Constant Angular Velocity when Equation of Free Surface of liquid is Given GO

What is Angular Velocity ?

Angular velocity, time rate at which an object rotates, or revolves, about an axis, or at which the angular displacement between two bodies changes. In the figure, this displacement is represented by the angle θ between a line on one body and a line on the other.

How to Calculate Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given?

Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given calculator uses Angular Velocity=sqrt(Centripetal acceleration/radial distance) to calculate the Angular Velocity, The Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given is defined as velocity with which fluid is rotating. . Angular Velocity and is denoted by ω symbol.

How to calculate Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given, enter Centripetal acceleration (a) and radial distance (r s) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1 = sqrt(10/10).

FAQ

What is Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given?
The Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given is defined as velocity with which fluid is rotating. and is represented as ω=sqrt(a/r s) or Angular Velocity=sqrt(Centripetal acceleration/radial distance). Centripetal acceleration is property of the motion of a body traversing a circular path and The radial distance is considered in the stagnation point.
How to calculate Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given?
The Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given is defined as velocity with which fluid is rotating. is calculated using Angular Velocity=sqrt(Centripetal acceleration/radial distance). To calculate Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given, you need Centripetal acceleration (a) and radial distance (r s). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Centripetal acceleration and radial distance 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 Angular Velocity?
In this formula, Angular Velocity uses Centripetal acceleration and radial distance. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angular Velocity=Velocity of electron/Radius of orbit
  • Angular Velocity=2*pi*Rotational frequency
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/((Mass 1*(Radius of mass 1^2))+(Mass 2*(Radius of mass 2^2))))
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(2*Kinetic Energy/Moment of Inertia)
  • Angular Velocity=Angular Momentum/Moment of Inertia
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt((depth of parabola*2*9.81)/(Radius 1^2))
  • Angular Velocity=(2*pi*Speed of impeller)/60
  • Angular Velocity=sqrt(Height*(2*[g])/(Distance from center to a point^2))
  • Angular Velocity=Angular Displacement/Time
  • Angular Velocity=Velocity/Radius
  • Angular Velocity=Initial angular velocity+(Angular acceleration*Time)
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