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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Distance between source or sink from origin
Distance from end A=distance of stagnation point/sqrt((1+(strength of source/(pi*Distance from end A*uniform flow velocity)))) GO
Location of stagnation point on x-axis
distance of stagnation point=Distance from end A*sqrt((1+(strength of source/(pi*Distance from end A*uniform flow velocity)))) GO
Uniform flow velocity for stream function at a point in the combined flow
uniform flow velocity=(stream function-(strength of source/(2*pi*Angle A)))/(Distance from end A*sin(Angle A)) GO
Stream function at a point in the combined flow
stream function=(uniform flow velocity*Distance from end A*sin(Angle A))+((strength of source/(2*pi))*Angle A) GO
Uniform flow velocity for Rankine half body
uniform flow velocity=(strength of source/(2*Length y))*(1-(Angle A/pi)) GO
Dimensions of Rankine half-body
Length y=(strength of source/(2*uniform flow velocity))*(1-(Angle A/pi)) GO
Strength of source for Rankine half body
strength of source=(Length y*2*uniform flow velocity)/(1-(Angle A/pi)) GO
Radius of the Rankine circle
radius=sqrt(strength of doublet/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity)) GO
Stream function in sink flow for angle
stream function=(strength of source/(2*pi))*(angle radian) GO
Radius at any point considering radial velocity
Radius 1=strength of source/(2*pi*radial velocity) GO
Radial velocity at any radius
radial velocity=strength of source/(2*pi*Radius 1) GO

7 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given
radial distance=sqrt((2*[g]/specific weight of liquid*(Angular Velocity^2))*(Absolute Pressure-Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height)) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Velocity at any point in Cylindrical Element is Given
radial distance=sqrt((radius of pipe^2)-(-4*Dynamic viscosity*Fluid Velocity/Pressure Gradient)) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Head Loss is Given
radial distance=2*Shear Stress*Length of Pipe/(Head loss*specific weight of liquid) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Velocity at any point with Maximum Velocity is Given
radial distance=radius of pipe*sqrt(1-(Fluid Velocity/Maximum velocity)) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Velocity Gradient at Cylindrical Element is Given
radial distance=2*Dynamic viscosity*Velocity Gradient/Pressure Gradient GO
Radial Distance when Centripetal acceleration from axis is Given
radial distance=Centripetal acceleration/(Angular Velocity^2) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element is Given
radial distance=-2*Shear Stress/Pressure Gradient GO

Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body Formula

radial distance=strength of source/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity)
r s=q/(2*pi*U)
More formulas
Radial velocity at any radius GO
Strength of source for radial velocity and at any radius GO
Radius at any point considering radial velocity GO
Stream function at a point GO
Strength of doublet for stream function GO
Stream function at a point in the combined flow GO
Uniform flow velocity for stream function at a point in the combined flow GO
Dimensions of Rankine half-body GO
Strength of source for Rankine half body GO
Uniform flow velocity for Rankine half body GO
Location of stagnation point on x-axis GO
Distance between source or sink from origin GO
Radius of the Rankine circle GO
Stream function in sink flow for angle GO

What is stagnation point?

In fluid dynamics, a stagnation point is a point in a flow field where the local velocity of the fluid is zero. Stagnation points exist at the surface of objects in the flow field, where the fluid is brought to rest by the object.

What is radial distance?

The radius or radial distance is the Euclidean distance from the origin O to P. The inclination (or polar angle) is the angle between the zenith direction and the line segment OP.

How to Calculate Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body?

Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body calculator uses radial distance=strength of source/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity) to calculate the radial distance, The Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body formula is known from the relation of stagnation point in flow past a half body considering the distance from x as 'r s' which is the radial distance. radial distance and is denoted by r s symbol.

How to calculate Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body, enter strength of source (q) and uniform flow velocity (U) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.159155 = 10/(2*pi*10).

FAQ

What is Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body?
The Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body formula is known from the relation of stagnation point in flow past a half body considering the distance from x as 'r s' which is the radial distance and is represented as r s=q/(2*pi*U) or radial distance=strength of source/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity). The strength of source, q is defined as the volume flow rate per unit depth of the fluid and The uniform flow velocity is considered in flow past a half body.
How to calculate Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body?
The Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body formula is known from the relation of stagnation point in flow past a half body considering the distance from x as 'r s' which is the radial distance is calculated using radial distance=strength of source/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity). To calculate Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body, you need strength of source (q) and uniform flow velocity (U). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for strength of source and uniform flow velocity 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 radial distance?
In this formula, radial distance uses strength of source and uniform flow velocity. We can use 7 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • radial distance=Centripetal acceleration/(Angular Velocity^2)
  • radial distance=sqrt((2*[g]/specific weight of liquid*(Angular Velocity^2))*(Absolute Pressure-Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height))
  • radial distance=-2*Shear Stress/Pressure Gradient
  • radial distance=2*Shear Stress*Length of Pipe/(Head loss*specific weight of liquid)
  • radial distance=2*Dynamic viscosity*Velocity Gradient/Pressure Gradient
  • radial distance=sqrt((radius of pipe^2)-(-4*Dynamic viscosity*Fluid Velocity/Pressure Gradient))
  • radial distance=radius of pipe*sqrt(1-(Fluid Velocity/Maximum velocity))
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