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## Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
discharge = (3/2)*coefficient of discharge rectangular*sqrt(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity)*(Length-0.1*number of end contractions*Head)^(3/2)
Q = (3/2)*C d1*sqrt(2*g)*(l-0.1*n*H)^(3/2)
This formula uses 1 Functions, 5 Variables
Functions Used
sqrt - Squre root function, sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
coefficient of discharge rectangular- The coefficient of discharge rectangular portion is considered in discharge through the trapezoidal notch.
Acceleration Due To Gravity - The Acceleration Due To Gravity is acceleration gained by an object because of gravitational force. (Measured in Meter per Square Second)
Length - Length is the measurement or extent of something from end to end. (Measured in Meter)
number of end contractions- number of end contractions can be described as the end contractions acting on a channel
Head - Head is defined as the height of water columns (Measured in Meter)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
coefficient of discharge rectangular: 0.63 --> No Conversion Required
Acceleration Due To Gravity: 9.8 Meter per Square Second --> 9.8 Meter per Square Second No Conversion Required
Length: 3 Meter --> 3 Meter No Conversion Required
number of end contractions: 5 --> No Conversion Required
Head: 1 Meter --> 1 Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Q = (3/2)*C d1*sqrt(2*g)*(l-0.1*n*H)^(3/2) --> (3/2)*0.63*sqrt(2*9.8)*(3-0.1*5*1)^(3/2)
Evaluating ... ...
Q = 16.5375
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
16.5375 Meter³ per Second --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
16.5375 Meter³ per Second <-- Discharge
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

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## < 11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

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discharge = (2/3)*coefficient of discharging*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*(((initial height of liquid+final height of liquid)^1.5)-(final height of liquid^1.5)) Go
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Discharge over rectangle weir for Bazin's formula with velocity approach
discharge = (0.405+(0.003/(head of the liquid+head due to Va)))*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*((head of the liquid+head due to Va)^1.5) Go
Discharge over rectangle weir with two end contractions
discharge = (2/3)*coefficient of discharging*(Length-(0.2*head of the liquid))*sqrt(2*[g])*(head of the liquid^1.5) Go
Discharge without velocity of approach
discharge = (2/3)*coefficient of discharging*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*(initial height of liquid^1.5) Go
Discharge over rectangle weir considering Bazin's formula
discharge = (0.405+(0.003/head of the liquid))*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*((head of the liquid)^1.5) Go
Discharge over rectangle weir considering Francis's formula
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Discharge from Manning's equation
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Discharge over a broad-crested weir
discharge = 1.705*coefficient of discharging*Length*(head of the liquid^1.5) Go
Discharge during retraction
discharge = Velocity*(Area of piston-Area of piston rod) Go
Discharge during extension
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### Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered Formula

discharge = (3/2)*coefficient of discharge rectangular*sqrt(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity)*(Length-0.1*number of end contractions*Head)^(3/2)
Q = (3/2)*C d1*sqrt(2*g)*(l-0.1*n*H)^(3/2)

## What is Coefficient of Discharge?

Discharge Coefficient is the ratio of actual discharge through a nozzle or orifice to the theoretical discharge.

## How to Calculate Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered?

Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered calculator uses discharge = (3/2)*coefficient of discharge rectangular*sqrt(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity)*(Length-0.1*number of end contractions*Head)^(3/2) to calculate the Discharge, The Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered is a measure of the quantity of any fluid flow over unit time. The quantity may be either volume or mass. Discharge and is denoted by Q symbol.

How to calculate Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered, enter coefficient of discharge rectangular (C d1), Acceleration Due To Gravity (g), Length (l), number of end contractions (n) and Head (H) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered calculation can be explained with given input values -> 16.5375 = (3/2)*0.63*sqrt(2*9.8)*(3-0.1*5*1)^(3/2).

### FAQ

What is Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered?
The Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered is a measure of the quantity of any fluid flow over unit time. The quantity may be either volume or mass and is represented as Q = (3/2)*C d1*sqrt(2*g)*(l-0.1*n*H)^(3/2) or discharge = (3/2)*coefficient of discharge rectangular*sqrt(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity)*(Length-0.1*number of end contractions*Head)^(3/2). The coefficient of discharge rectangular portion is considered in discharge through the trapezoidal notch, The Acceleration Due To Gravity is acceleration gained by an object because of gravitational force, Length is the measurement or extent of something from end to end, number of end contractions can be described as the end contractions acting on a channel and Head is defined as the height of water columns.
How to calculate Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered?
The Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered is a measure of the quantity of any fluid flow over unit time. The quantity may be either volume or mass is calculated using discharge = (3/2)*coefficient of discharge rectangular*sqrt(2*Acceleration Due To Gravity)*(Length-0.1*number of end contractions*Head)^(3/2). To calculate Discharge (Q) if the Velocity of Approach is not Considered, you need coefficient of discharge rectangular (C d1), Acceleration Due To Gravity (g), Length (l), number of end contractions (n) and Head (H). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for coefficient of discharge rectangular, Acceleration Due To Gravity, Length, number of end contractions and Head 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 Discharge?
In this formula, Discharge uses coefficient of discharge rectangular, Acceleration Due To Gravity, Length, number of end contractions and Head. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• discharge = Velocity*Area of piston
• discharge = Velocity*(Area of piston-Area of piston rod)
• discharge = (2/3)*coefficient of discharging*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*(((initial height of liquid+final height of liquid)^1.5)-(final height of liquid^1.5))
• discharge = (2/3)*coefficient of discharging*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*(initial height of liquid^1.5)
• discharge = (1/Manning’s Roughness Coefficient)*Cross sectional area*hydraulic radius^2/3*Bed Slope^1/2
• discharge = 1.84*Length*(((initial height of liquid+final height of liquid)^1.5)-(final height of liquid^1.5))
• discharge = (0.405+(0.003/head of the liquid))*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*((head of the liquid)^1.5)
• discharge = (0.405+(0.003/(head of the liquid+head due to Va)))*Length*sqrt(2*[g])*((head of the liquid+head due to Va)^1.5)
• discharge = (2/3)*coefficient of discharging*(Length-(0.2*head of the liquid))*sqrt(2*[g])*(head of the liquid^1.5)
• discharge = 1.705*coefficient of discharging*Length*(head of the liquid^1.5)
• discharge = coefficient of discharging*Length*sqrt((2*[g])*((head of the liquid*head of liquid middle^2)-(head of liquid middle^3))) Let Others Know
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