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Stress at Point y for a Curved Beam
Stress=((Bending Moment )/(Cross sectional area*Radius of Centroidal Axis))*(1+((Distance of Point from Centroidal Axis)/(Cross-Section Property*(Radius of Centroidal Axis+Distance of Point from Centroidal Axis)))) GO
Bending Moment When Stress is Applied at Point y in a Curved Beam
Bending Moment =((Stress*Cross sectional area*Radius of Centroidal Axis)/(1+(Distance of Point from Centroidal Axis/(Cross-Section Property*(Radius of Centroidal Axis+Distance of Point from Centroidal Axis))))) GO
Neutral Axis to Outermost Fiber Distance when Total Unit Stress in Eccentric Loading is Given
Outermost Fiber Distance=(Total Unit Stress-(Axial Load/Cross sectional area))*Moment of Inertia about Neutral Axis/(Axial Load*Distance_from Load Applied) GO
Total Unit Stress in Eccentric Loading
Total Unit Stress=(Axial Load/Cross sectional area)+(Axial Load*Outermost Fiber Distance*Distance_from Load Applied/Moment of Inertia about Neutral Axis) GO
Maximum Bending Moment when Maximum Stress For Short Beams is Given
Maximum Bending Moment=((Maximum stress at crack tip-(Axial Load/Cross sectional area))*Moment of Inertia)/Distance from the Neutral axis GO
Maximum Stress For Short Beams
Maximum stress at crack tip=(Axial Load/Cross sectional area)+((Maximum Bending Moment*Distance from the Neutral axis)/Moment of Inertia) GO
Axial Load when Maximum Stress For Short Beams is Given
Axial Load=Cross sectional area*(Maximum stress at crack tip-(Maximum Bending Moment*Distance from the Neutral axis/Moment of Inertia)) GO
Electric Current when Drift Velocity is Given
Electric Current=Number of free charge particles per unit volume*[Charge-e]*Cross sectional area*Drift Velocity GO
Resistance
Resistance=(Resistivity*Length of Conductor)/Cross sectional area GO
Centrifugal Stress
Centrifugal Stress=2*Tensile Stress*Cross sectional area GO
Rate of Flow
Rate of flow=Cross sectional area*Average Velocity GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Flow Through any Square from Darcy's law for Ground Water Flow Nets
Quantity of water=Hydraulic Conductivity*Distance Between Flow Lines*Aquifer Thickness at Midpoint *(Difference in Head Between Equipotential Lines/Distance Between Equipotential Lines) GO
Quantity of Water in Steady-State Unsaturated Flow in the Direction of Downward Movement
Quantity of water=(Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))-Hydraulic Gradient GO
Quantity of Water in Steady-State Unsaturated Flow in the Direction of Upward Movement
Quantity of water=(Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))+Hydraulic Gradient GO
Quantity of Water when Transmissivity is Given
Quantity of water=Transmissivity*Large Width of Aquifer*Hydraulic Gradient GO
Velocity Equation of Hydraulics
Quantity of water=Cross sectional area*Groundwater Velocity GO

Darcy's Law Formula

Quantity of water=Hydraulic Conductivity*Cross sectional area*Hydraulic Gradient
Q=K*A*dh/dl
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What does Darcy's Law determine?

Darcy's law is the equation that defines the ability of a fluid to flow through porous media such as rock.

How to Calculate Darcy's Law?

Darcy's Law calculator uses Quantity of water=Hydraulic Conductivity*Cross sectional area*Hydraulic Gradient to calculate the Quantity of water, Darcy's law is defined as the discharge rate q which is proportional to the gradient in hydraulic head and the hydraulic conductivity. Quantity of water and is denoted by Q symbol.

How to calculate Darcy's Law using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Darcy's Law, enter Hydraulic Conductivity (K), Cross sectional area (A) and Hydraulic Gradient (dh/dl) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Darcy's Law calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = (0)*10*1.

FAQ

What is Darcy's Law?
Darcy's law is defined as the discharge rate q which is proportional to the gradient in hydraulic head and the hydraulic conductivity and is represented as Q=K*A*dh/dl or Quantity of water=Hydraulic Conductivity*Cross sectional area*Hydraulic Gradient. Hydraulic Conductivity depends on the size and arrangement of the water-transmitting openings and on the dynamic characteristics of the fluid, Cross sectional area is the area of a two-dimensional shape that is obtained when a three dimensional shape is sliced perpendicular to some specifies axis at a point and Hydraulic Gradient due to gravity is the ratio of difference in height of water at a and b (hb-ha) to that of the horizontal distance between the wells (b-a).
How to calculate Darcy's Law?
Darcy's law is defined as the discharge rate q which is proportional to the gradient in hydraulic head and the hydraulic conductivity is calculated using Quantity of water=Hydraulic Conductivity*Cross sectional area*Hydraulic Gradient. To calculate Darcy's Law, you need Hydraulic Conductivity (K), Cross sectional area (A) and Hydraulic Gradient (dh/dl). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Hydraulic Conductivity, Cross sectional area and Hydraulic Gradient 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 Quantity of water?
In this formula, Quantity of water uses Hydraulic Conductivity, Cross sectional area and Hydraulic Gradient. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Quantity of water=(Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))-Hydraulic Gradient
  • Quantity of water=(Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))+Hydraulic Gradient
  • Quantity of water=Hydraulic Conductivity*Distance Between Flow Lines*Aquifer Thickness at Midpoint *(Difference in Head Between Equipotential Lines/Distance Between Equipotential Lines)
  • Quantity of water=Cross sectional area*Groundwater Velocity
  • Quantity of water=Transmissivity*Large Width of Aquifer*Hydraulic Gradient
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