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## Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
height = (Velocity_of the fluid at 1)/(((([g]*(Depth of Point 2+Depth of Point 1))/(2*Depth of Point 1))/Celerity of the Wave))
h = (V1)/(((([g]*(h 2+h 1))/(2*h 1))/C))
This formula uses 1 Constants, 4 Variables
Constants Used
[g] - Gravitational acceleration on Earth Value Taken As 9.80665 Meter/Second²
Variables Used
Velocity_of the fluid at 1 - Velocity_of the fluid at 1 is defined as the velocity of the flowing liquid at a point 1 (Measured in Meter per Second)
Depth of Point 2 - Depth of Point 2 is the depth of point below the free surface in a static mass of liquid. (Measured in Meter)
Depth of Point 1 - Depth of Point 1 is the depth of point below the free surface in a static mass of liquid. (Measured in Meter)
Celerity of the Wave - Celerity of the Wave is the addition to the normal water velocity of the channels. (Measured in Meter per Second)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Velocity_of the fluid at 1: 10 Meter per Second --> 10 Meter per Second No Conversion Required
Depth of Point 2: 15 Meter --> 15 Meter No Conversion Required
Depth of Point 1: 10 Meter --> 10 Meter No Conversion Required
Celerity of the Wave: 10 Meter per Second --> 10 Meter per Second No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
h = (V1)/(((([g]*(h 2+h 1))/(2*h 1))/C)) --> (10)/(((([g]*(15+10))/(2*10))/10))
Evaluating ... ...
h = 8.15772970382343
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
8.15772970382343 Meter --> No Conversion Required
8.15772970382343 Meter <-- Height
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

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### Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given Formula

height = (Velocity_of the fluid at 1)/(((([g]*(Depth of Point 2+Depth of Point 1))/(2*Depth of Point 1))/Celerity of the Wave))
h = (V1)/(((([g]*(h 2+h 1))/(2*h 1))/C))

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## How to Calculate Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given?

Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given calculator uses height = (Velocity_of the fluid at 1)/(((([g]*(Depth of Point 2+Depth of Point 1))/(2*Depth of Point 1))/Celerity of the Wave)) to calculate the Height, The Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given is defined as height of flow change occurring in the channel. Height and is denoted by h symbol.

How to calculate Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given, enter Velocity_of the fluid at 1 (V1), Depth of Point 2 (h 2), Depth of Point 1 (h 1) and Celerity of the Wave (C) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 8.15773 = (10)/(((([g]*(15+10))/(2*10))/10)).

### FAQ

What is Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given?
The Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given is defined as height of flow change occurring in the channel and is represented as h = (V1)/(((([g]*(h 2+h 1))/(2*h 1))/C)) or height = (Velocity_of the fluid at 1)/(((([g]*(Depth of Point 2+Depth of Point 1))/(2*Depth of Point 1))/Celerity of the Wave)). Velocity_of the fluid at 1 is defined as the velocity of the flowing liquid at a point 1, Depth of Point 2 is the depth of point below the free surface in a static mass of liquid, Depth of Point 1 is the depth of point below the free surface in a static mass of liquid and Celerity of the Wave is the addition to the normal water velocity of the channels. .
How to calculate Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given?
The Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given is defined as height of flow change occurring in the channel is calculated using height = (Velocity_of the fluid at 1)/(((([g]*(Depth of Point 2+Depth of Point 1))/(2*Depth of Point 1))/Celerity of the Wave)). To calculate Height of Surge when Celerity of the Wave is Given, you need Velocity_of the fluid at 1 (V1), Depth of Point 2 (h 2), Depth of Point 1 (h 1) and Celerity of the Wave (C). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Velocity_of the fluid at 1, Depth of Point 2, Depth of Point 1 and Celerity of the Wave 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 Height?
In this formula, Height uses Velocity_of the fluid at 1, Depth of Point 2, Depth of Point 1 and Celerity of the Wave. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• height = 4*Radius of Sphere/3
• height = 4*Radius of Sphere
• height = Height of Cone/3
• height = 4*Radius of Sphere/3
• height = Height of Cone/2
• height = 0.75*Slant Height
• height = sqrt(Side C^2-0.25*(Side A-Side B)^2)
• height = (2*Area)/Sum of parallel sides of a trapezoid
• height = sqrt((Side A)^2+((Side B)^2/4))
• height = (2*Volume)/(Base*Length)
• height = Lateral Surface Area/(Side A+Side B+Side C)
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