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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Isentropic temperature 1 given specific volume
Isentropic temperature 1 given specific volume=Temperature of surface 2/(Specific volume at point 1/Specific volume at point 2)^(Specific heat ratio-1) GO
Isentropic temperature 2 given specific volume
Isentropic temperature 2 given specific volume=Temperature of surface 1*(Specific volume at point 1/Specific volume at point 2)^(Specific heat ratio-1) GO
Isentropic temperature 2 given pressure ratio
Isentropic temperature 2 given pressure ratio=Temperature of surface 1*(pressure 2/pressure 1)^((Specific heat ratio-1)/Specific heat ratio) GO
Isentropic temperature 1 given pressure ratio
Isentropic temperature 1 given pressure ratio=Temperature of surface 2/(pressure 2/pressure 1)^((Specific heat ratio-1)/Specific heat ratio) GO
Temperature Ratio when Isentropic Specific Volume is Given
Temperature ratio isentropic specific volume=(Specific volume at point 1/Specific volume at point 2)^(Specific heat ratio-1) GO
Isentropic Pressure at point 2
Isentropic Pressure at point 2 =pressure 1*(Specific volume at point 1/Specific volume at point 2)^Specific heat ratio GO
Isentropic Pressure at point 1
Isentropic Pressure at point 1=pressure 2/(Specific volume at point 1/Specific volume at point 2)^Specific heat ratio GO
Pressure Ratio in Isentropic Process
Pressure ratio isentropic process=(Specific volume at point 1/Specific volume at point 2)^Specific heat ratio GO
Temperature Ratio When Isentropic Pressure is Given
Temperature ratio isentropic pressure=(pressure 2/pressure 1)^((Specific heat ratio-1)/Specific heat ratio) GO
Ratio of Stagnation and Static Temperature
Stagnation to Static Temperature=1+(((Specific Heat Ratio-1)/2)*(Mach Number^2)) GO
Mach Angle
Mach Angle=asin(1/Mach Number) GO

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Dynamic pressure
Dynamic Pressure=0.5*(Stagnation Pressure-Free stream Pressure) GO
Dynamic Pressure
Dynamic Pressure=(Liquid Density*Fluid Velocity^(2))/2 GO
Dynamic pressure based on coefficient of lift
Dynamic Pressure=Lift force/(lift coefficient*Area) GO
Dynamic pressure
Dynamic Pressure=Drag Force/(Drag Coefficient*Area) GO

Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number Formula

Dynamic Pressure=Specific heat ratio*Static pressure*(Mach Number^2)/2
P<sub>dynamic=κ*p*(M^2)/2
More formulas
Exact pressure ratio GO
Pressure ratio when Mach becomes infinite GO
Exact Density Ratio GO
Density ratio when Mach become infinite GO
Temperature ratios GO
Temperature ratio when Mach becomes infinite GO
Non-dimensional pressure coefficient GO
Velocity of sound using dynamic pressure and density GO
Exact relation for pressure coefficient behind an oblique shock wave GO
Exact relation for pressure coefficient behind an oblique shock wave when Mach no. tends to infinite GO
Wave angle for small deflection angle GO
Coefficient of pressure derived from oblique shock theory GO
Parallel upstream flow components after shock as Mach tends to infinite GO
Perpendicular upstream flow components behind the shock wave GO

Does dynamic pressure increase with velocity?

The dynamic pressure is a defined property of a moving flow of gas. The dynamic pressure increases because of the increasing velocity to some maximum value called the maximum dynamic pressure. Then the dynamic pressure decreases because of the decreasing density.

How to Calculate Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number?

Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number calculator uses Dynamic Pressure=Specific heat ratio*Static pressure*(Mach Number^2)/2 to calculate the Dynamic Pressure, Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number is the kinetic energy per unit volume of a fluid. Dynamic Pressure and is denoted by Pdynamic symbol.

How to calculate Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number, enter Specific heat ratio (κ), Static pressure (p) and Mach Number (M) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number calculation can be explained with given input values -> 69.6379 = 1.392758*100*(1^2)/2.

FAQ

What is Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number?
Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number is the kinetic energy per unit volume of a fluid and is represented as Pdynamic=κ*p*(M^2)/2 or Dynamic Pressure=Specific heat ratio*Static pressure*(Mach Number^2)/2. The Specific heat ratio is the ratio of the heat capacity at constant pressure to heat capacity at constant volume, Static pressure is defined as the actual pressure of the fluid, which is associated not with its motion but with its state and Mach number is a dimensionless quantity representing the ratio of flow velocity past a boundary to the local speed of sound.
How to calculate Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number?
Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number is the kinetic energy per unit volume of a fluid is calculated using Dynamic Pressure=Specific heat ratio*Static pressure*(Mach Number^2)/2. To calculate Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number, you need Specific heat ratio (κ), Static pressure (p) and Mach Number (M). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Specific heat ratio, Static pressure and Mach Number 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 Dynamic Pressure?
In this formula, Dynamic Pressure uses Specific heat ratio, Static pressure and Mach Number. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Dynamic Pressure=(Liquid Density*Fluid Velocity^(2))/2
  • Dynamic Pressure=Drag Force/(Drag Coefficient*Area)
  • Dynamic Pressure=Lift force/(lift coefficient*Area)
  • Dynamic Pressure=0.5*(Stagnation Pressure-Free stream Pressure)
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