How to Calculate Inlet Length for known Coefficient of Repletion, or Filling?
Inlet Length for known Coefficient of Repletion, or Filling calculator uses inlet_length = ((4*hydraulic radius*(2*[g]/(Keulegan Repletion Coefficient [dimensionless]*2*pi*Surface Area of Bay/Tidal Period*Average Area over the Channel Length)^2)/Ocean Tide Amplitude)-Exit Energy Loss Coefficient-Entrance Energy Loss Coefficient)/Darcy - Weisbach friction term to calculate the Inlet Length, The Inlet Length for known Coefficient of Repletion, or Filling is the distance a flow travels after entering a pipe before the flow becomes fully developed. Inlet Length and is denoted by L symbol.
How to calculate Inlet Length for known Coefficient of Repletion, or Filling using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Inlet Length for known Coefficient of Repletion, or Filling, enter hydraulic radius (R), Keulegan Repletion Coefficient [dimensionless] (K), Surface Area of Bay (A_{b}), Tidal Period (T), Average Area over the Channel Length (A_{avg}), Ocean Tide Amplitude (a_{o}), Exit Energy Loss Coefficient (K_{ex}), Entrance Energy Loss Coefficient (K_{en}) and Darcy - Weisbach friction term (f) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Inlet Length for known Coefficient of Repletion, or Filling calculation can be explained with given input values -> -97.813321 = ((4*0.609600000002438*(2*[g]/(5*2*pi*20/36000*50)^2)/15)-87-15)/1.