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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Final Temperature in Adiabatic Process (using pressure)
final temp.=initial temp.*(Final Pressure of System/Initial Pressure of System)^(1-1/(Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure/Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume)) GO
Final Temperature in Adiabatic Process (using volume)
final temp.=initial temp.*(Final Volume of System/Initial Volume of System)^(1-Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure/Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume) GO
Entropy change (Isobaric Process) (With given temperatures)
Entropy change constant pressure=Mass of Gas*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*ln(final temp./initial temp.) GO
Entropy change (Isochoric Process) (With given temperatures)
Entropy change constant volume=Mass of Gas*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Volume*ln(final temp./initial temp.) GO
Heat Transfer at Constant Pressure
Heat Transfer=Mass of Gas*Molar Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure*(final temp.-initial temp.) GO
Isobaric Work (for given mass and temperatures)
Isobaric work=Amount of Gaseous Substance in Moles*Universal Gas Constant*(final temp.-initial temp.) GO
By Pass Factor
by pass factor=(intermediate temperature-final temp.)/ (intermediate temperature-initial temp.) GO
Work done in adiabatic process
Work =(Mass of Gas*[R]*(initial temp.-final temp.))/(Heat Capacity Ratio-1) GO
Temperature After a Given Time
Temperature=s temp.+(s temp.-initial temp.)*e^(-temp. constant*Time) GO
Carnot Cycle of Heat Engine
carnot cycle =1-(initial temp./final temp.) GO
Otto Cycle Efficiency
OTE=1-(initial temp./final temp.) GO

2 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Measured Length when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given
Measured length=(Tension correction*Area of tape*Modulus of elasticity)/(Final tension-Initial tension) GO
Measured Length when Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance is Given
Measured length=(Correction to be subtracted from slope distance/(1-cos(Slope angle))) GO

Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given Formula

Measured length=(Temperature correction/(0.0000065*(final temp.-initial temp.)))
s=(Ct/(0.0000065*(Tf-T0)))
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Temperature Correction to Measured Length GO
Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance GO
Measured Length when Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance is Given GO
Correction to be Subtracted from Slope Distance when Difference in Elevation is Given GO
Tension Correction to Measured Length GO
Measured Length when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Tape Cross-Sectional Area when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Actual Tension when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Tape Standardized Tension when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Tape Elasticity Modulus when Tension Correction to Measured Length is Given GO
Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape GO
Tape Weight when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given GO
Unsupported Length when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given GO
Actual Tension when Sag Correction of Unsupported Tape is Given GO

What is temperature correction ?

It is necessary to apply this correction, since the length of a tape is increased as its temperature is raised, and consequently, the measured distance is too small.

How to Calculate Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given?

Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given calculator uses Measured length=(Temperature correction/(0.0000065*(final temp.-initial temp.))) to calculate the Measured length, The Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given formula is defined as a equation which gives us the corrected value of length. Measured length and is denoted by s symbol.

How to calculate Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given, enter Temperature correction (Ct), final temp. (Tf) and initial temp. (T0) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> NaN = (10/(0.0000065*(100-100))).

FAQ

What is Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given?
The Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given formula is defined as a equation which gives us the corrected value of length and is represented as s=(Ct/(0.0000065*(Tf-T0))) or Measured length=(Temperature correction/(0.0000065*(final temp.-initial temp.))). The temperature correction to be applied for tempera- ture when using a steel tape, final temp. of a body is the temperature after complete process and initial temp. is temperature at start of the task.
How to calculate Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given?
The Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given formula is defined as a equation which gives us the corrected value of length is calculated using Measured length=(Temperature correction/(0.0000065*(final temp.-initial temp.))). To calculate Measured Length when Temperature Correction is Given, you need Temperature correction (Ct), final temp. (Tf) and initial temp. (T0). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Temperature correction, final temp and initial temp 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 Measured length?
In this formula, Measured length uses Temperature correction, final temp and initial temp. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Measured length=(Correction to be subtracted from slope distance/(1-cos(Slope angle)))
  • Measured length=(Tension correction*Area of tape*Modulus of elasticity)/(Final tension-Initial tension)
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