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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Stanton number for hypersonic vehicle
Stanton Number=Local heat transfer rate/(Static density*Static velocity*(Adiabatic wall enthalpy-Wall enthalpy)) GO
Aerodynamic heating to the surface
Local heat transfer rate=Static density*Static velocity*Stanton Number*(Adiabatic wall enthalpy-Wall enthalpy) GO
Average height of irregularities for turbulent flow in pipes
average height irregularities=(roughness reynold number*Kinematic viscosity )/shear velocity GO
Roughness Reynold number for turbulent flow in pipes
roughness reynold number=(shear velocity*average height irregularities)/Kinematic viscosity GO
Static viscosity calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor
static viscosity=(Density*Kinematic viscosity )/(Chapman–Rubesin factor*Static density) GO
Static velocity equation using skin friction coefficient
Static velocity=sqrt((2*Shear Stress)/(Local skin-friction coefficient*Static density)) GO
Static Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor
Static density=(Density*Kinematic viscosity )/(Chapman–Rubesin factor*static viscosity) GO
Chapman–Rubesin factor
Chapman–Rubesin factor=(Density*Kinematic viscosity )/(Static density*static viscosity) GO
local shear stress at the wall
Shear Stress=(0.5)*Local skin-friction coefficient*Static density*(static viscosity^2) GO
Viscosity calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor
Kinematic viscosity =Chapman–Rubesin factor*Static density*static viscosity/(Density) GO
Local skin-friction coefficient
Local skin-friction coefficient=(2*Shear Stress)/(Static density*(Static velocity^2)) GO

9 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Density of the material given convective heat and mass transfer coefficient
Density=(Heat transfer coefficient)/(Convective mass transfer coefficient*Specific heat*(Lewis Number^0.67)) GO
Density of cubic crystals
Density=Effective number of atoms in unit cell*Atomic Mass/([Avaga-no]*(Lattice Parameter)^3) GO
Density equation using enthalpy and pressure
Density=(Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio-1))*(Pressure/Enthalpy) GO
Density of Unit Cell
Density=Number of Atoms*Mass of Atom/((Edge length^3)*[Avaga-no]) GO
Density of BCC lattice
Density=2*Mass of Atom/(Volume of Unit Cell*[Avaga-no]) GO
Density Of FCC lattice
Density=4*Mass of Atom/(Volume of Unit Cell*[Avaga-no]) GO
Density of Simple Cubic Unit Cell
Density=Mass of Atom/(Volume of Unit Cell*[Avaga-no]) GO
Density of substance when specific gravity is given
Density=specific gravity of the material*1000 GO
Density
Density=Mass/Volume GO

Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor Formula

Density=Chapman–Rubesin factor*Static density*static viscosity/(Kinematic viscosity )
ρ=C*ρ<sub>e</sub>*μe/(ν)
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Non dimensional internal energy parameter using wall-to-freestream temperature ratio GO
Wall temperature calculator due to internal energy GO
Aerodynamic heating to the surface GO
internal energy for hypersonic flow GO
Non dimensional static enthalpy GO
Chapman–Rubesin factor GO
Static enthalpy GO
Viscosity calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor GO
Static Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor GO
Static viscosity calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor GO
Stanton number for incompressible flow GO
Stanton equation using Overall skin friction coefficient for incompressible flow GO
Coefficient of friction using Stanton equation for incompressible flow GO
Thermal conductivity using Prandtl number GO

What is Chapman–Rubesin factor?

In their analysis, Chapman and Rubesin assumed a linear relationship between the coefficient of dynamic viscosity and temperature, where the constant of proportionality (C) is chosen such that the correct value for viscosity near the surface is obtained.

How to Calculate Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor?

Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor calculator uses Density=Chapman–Rubesin factor*Static density*static viscosity/(Kinematic viscosity ) to calculate the Density, The Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor formula is defined as the ratio of the product of Chapman rubesin factor, static density and viscosity, and kinematic viscosity. Density and is denoted by ρ symbol.

How to calculate Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor, enter Chapman–Rubesin factor (C), Static density e), static viscosity (μe) and Kinematic viscosity (ν) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.379E+8 = 1*100000000*0.001/(0.000725).

FAQ

What is Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor?
The Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor formula is defined as the ratio of the product of Chapman rubesin factor, static density and viscosity, and kinematic viscosity and is represented as ρ=C*ρe*μe/(ν) or Density=Chapman–Rubesin factor*Static density*static viscosity/(Kinematic viscosity ). Chapman–Rubesin factor, Chapman and Rubesin assumed a linear relationship between the coefficient of dynamic viscosity and temperature, Static density, is the density of the fluid when its not moving, or the density of fluid if we are moving relative to the fluid, static viscosity, is the viscosity of continuous flow, viscosity measures the ratio of the viscous force to the inertial force on the fluid and The kinematic viscosity is an atmospheric variable defined as the ratio between the dynamic viscosity μ and the density ρ of the fluid.
How to calculate Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor?
The Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor formula is defined as the ratio of the product of Chapman rubesin factor, static density and viscosity, and kinematic viscosity is calculated using Density=Chapman–Rubesin factor*Static density*static viscosity/(Kinematic viscosity ). To calculate Density calculation using Chapman–Rubesin factor, you need Chapman–Rubesin factor (C), Static density e), static viscosity (μe) and Kinematic viscosity (ν). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Chapman–Rubesin factor, Static density, static viscosity and Kinematic viscosity 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 Density?
In this formula, Density uses Chapman–Rubesin factor, Static density, static viscosity and Kinematic viscosity . We can use 9 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Density=Mass/Volume
  • Density=Effective number of atoms in unit cell*Atomic Mass/([Avaga-no]*(Lattice Parameter)^3)
  • Density=specific gravity of the material*1000
  • Density=Number of Atoms*Mass of Atom/((Edge length^3)*[Avaga-no])
  • Density=Mass of Atom/(Volume of Unit Cell*[Avaga-no])
  • Density=2*Mass of Atom/(Volume of Unit Cell*[Avaga-no])
  • Density=4*Mass of Atom/(Volume of Unit Cell*[Avaga-no])
  • Density=(Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio-1))*(Pressure/Enthalpy)
  • Density=(Heat transfer coefficient)/(Convective mass transfer coefficient*Specific heat*(Lewis Number^0.67))
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