Ishan Gupta
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Pressure when density and height are given
Pressure=Density*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height GO
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Diagonal=sqrt(((Area)^2/(Breadth)^2)+(Breadth)^2) GO
Diagonal of a Rectangle when length and area are given
Diagonal=sqrt(((Area)^2/(Length)^2)+(Length)^2) GO
Side of a Kite when other side and area are given
Side A=(Area*cosec(Angle Between Sides))/Side B GO
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Molar Volume=(Atomic Weight*Molar Mass)/Density GO
Buoyant Force
Buoyant Force=Pressure*Area GO
Perimeter of a square when area is given
Perimeter=4*sqrt(Area) GO
Diagonal of a Square when area is given
Diagonal=sqrt(2*Area) GO
Length of rectangle when area and breadth are given
Length=Area/Breadth GO
Pressure when force and area are given
Pressure=Force/Area GO
Stress
Stress=Force/Area GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Hydrostatic Force on Curved Submerged Surface
Hydrostatic Force=Density*[g]*Volume GO

Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface Formula

Hydrostatic Force=Density*[g]*Height of centre of plane submerged surface*Area
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What is hydrostatic force?

Hydrostatic forces are the resultant force caused by the pressure loading of a liquid acting on submerged surfaces.

How to Calculate Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface?

Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface calculator uses Hydrostatic Force=Density*[g]*Height of centre of plane submerged surface*Area to calculate the Hydrostatic Force, Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface is the force resulting from the pressure loading of liquid on plane submerged surfaces. Hydrostatic Force and is denoted by F symbol.

How to calculate Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface, enter Area (A), Density (ρ) and Height of centre of plane submerged surface (hc) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface calculation can be explained with given input values -> 488861.5 = 997*[g]*1*50.

FAQ

What is Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface?
Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface is the force resulting from the pressure loading of liquid on plane submerged surfaces and is represented as F=ρ*[g]*hc*A or Hydrostatic Force=Density*[g]*Height of centre of plane submerged surface*Area. The area is the amount of two-dimensional space taken up by an object, The density of a material shows the denseness of that material in a specific given area. This is taken as mass per unit volume of a given object. and Height of centre of plane submerged surface is the vertical height of the centre of the area from the surface of the water.
How to calculate Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface?
Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface is the force resulting from the pressure loading of liquid on plane submerged surfaces is calculated using Hydrostatic Force=Density*[g]*Height of centre of plane submerged surface*Area. To calculate Hydrostatic Force on Plane Submerged Surface, you need Area (A), Density (ρ) and Height of centre of plane submerged surface (hc). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Area, Density and Height of centre of plane submerged surface 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 Hydrostatic Force?
In this formula, Hydrostatic Force uses Area, Density and Height of centre of plane submerged surface. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Hydrostatic Force=Density*[g]*Volume
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