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Calculators Created by Mithila Muthamma PA
Mithila Muthamma PA
Coorg Institute of Technology
(CIT)
,
Coorg
2007
Formulas Created
706
Formulas Verified
450
Across Categories
List of Calculators by Mithila Muthamma PA
Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Mithila Muthamma PA. Mithila Muthamma PA has created 2007 and verified 706 calculators across 450 different categories till date.
Air Trip Distribution Models
(13)
Created
Constant of Proportionality for greater Air Trip Distances
Go
Created
Constant of Proportionality given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
Go
Created
Cost of Travel between i and j given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
Go
Created
Distance between i and j given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j
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Created
Population of destination city given travel by air passengers between cities
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Created
Population of origin city given travel by air passengers between cities
Go
Created
Total Air Trips generated in City i for greater Air Trip Distances
Go
Created
Total Air Trips generated in City i given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
Go
Created
Total Air Trips generated in City j for greater Air Trip Distances
Go
Created
Total Air Trips generated in City j given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
Go
Created
Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j
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Created
Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j for greater Air Trip Distances
Go
Created
Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j given Travel Cost
Go
Analysis of Behaviour
(4)
Verified
Strain Difference in Prestressed Tendons given Strain in Concrete at level of Steel
Go
Verified
Strain Difference in Tendons at any Loading Stage
Go
Verified
Strain in Concrete at Level of Steel
Go
Verified
Strain in Prestressed Tendons
Go
Braking Distance
(2)
Verified
Braking Distance on Level Ground with Efficiency
Go
Verified
Velocity of Vehicle in meter per second for Braking Distance
Go
5 More Braking Distance Calculators
Go
Conventional Airport Forecast Methods
(6)
Created
Domestic Passenger Enplanement
Go
Created
Domestic Passenger Enplanement in Location i
Go
Created
Percent Market Share for Airport
Go
Created
Percent Market Share for Region 'j'
Go
Created
Percent Market Share of State of total US Market
Go
Created
Total Scheduled Domestic Passenger Enplanement
Go
Group Velocity
(8)
Created
Deepwater Celerity
Go
Created
Deepwater Wavelength
Go
Created
Group Velocity for Deepwater
Go
Created
Group Velocity for Shallow Water
Go
Created
Group Velocity given Deepwater Celerity
Go
Created
Group Velocity of Wave given Wavelength and Wave Period
Go
Created
Wave Period given Group Velocity for Shallow Water
Go
Created
Wavelength given Group Velocity of Shallow Water
Go
Important Formulas of Mooring Forces
(7)
Created
Axial Tension or Load given Individual Stiffness of Mooring Line
Go
Created
Elongation in Mooring Line given Individual Stiffness of Mooring Line
Go
Created
Elongation in Mooring Line given Percent Elongation in Mooring Line
Go
Created
Individual Stiffness of Mooring Line
Go
Created
Mass of Vessel given Virtual Mass of Vessel
Go
Created
Undamped Natural Period of Vessel
Go
Created
Virtual Mass of Vessel
Go
22 More Important Formulas of Mooring Forces Calculators
Go
Important Formulas of Harbor Oscillation
(2)
Created
Standing Wave Height given Maximum Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Created
Water Depth given Maximum Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
9 More Important Formulas of Harbor Oscillation Calculators
Go
Inglis and Dsouza Formula (1929)
(2)
Created
Equation for Runoff for Deccan Plateau
Go
Created
Equation for Runoff for Ghat Regions of Western India
Go
Integrated Demand Forecast Framework
(10)
Created
Air Transport Movement per Aircraft
Go
Created
Airline Industry Wages
Go
Created
Average Trip Length given Passenger Enplanements
Go
Created
Jet Fuel Price given Yield
Go
Created
Passenger Enplanements
Go
Created
Real Gross National Product
Go
Created
Real Yield given Revenue Passenger Miles
Go
Created
Regression Model Formulation for Yield
Go
Created
Revenue Passenger Miles
Go
Created
Revenue Passenger Miles given Passenger Enplanements
Go
Mean Velocity of Flow
(1)
Verified
Mean Velocity of Flow given Pressure Difference
Go
3 More Mean Velocity of Flow Calculators
Go
Multi-Airport Region Forecast Framework
(4)
Created
Airline Service Weekly Departing Flights from Airport 1
Go
Created
Airline Service Weekly Departing Flights from Airport 2,3
Go
Created
Travel Times from Analysis Zone to Airports 1 given Percent of Passengers
Go
Created
Travel Times from Analysis Zone to Airports 2,3
Go
Pressure Gradient
(1)
Verified
Pressure Gradient given Maximum Velocity between Plates
Go
1 More Pressure Gradient Calculators
Go
Quality Control in Construction
(8)
Verified
Average Non-Conformities in Inspected Unit
Go
Verified
Average Proportion Non-Confirming
Go
Verified
Coefficient of Variation
Go
Verified
Number Non-Confirming in Sample
Go
Verified
Number of Defective Units given Reliability Number
Go
Verified
Number of Units Tested given Reliability Number
Go
Verified
Proportion Non-Confirming in Sample
Go
Verified
Reliability Number
Go
Short Axially Loaded Tied Columns
(9)
Verified
Area of Concrete given Factored Axial Load on Member
Go
Verified
Area of Longitudinal Reinforcement for Columns given Factored Axial Load on Member
Go
Verified
Area of Longitudinal Reinforcement given Gross Area of Concrete
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Verified
Factored Axial Load on Member
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Verified
Factored Axial Load on Member given Gross Area of Concrete
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Verified
Gross Area of Concrete given Area of Concrete
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Verified
Gross Area of concrete given Area of Longitudinal Reinforcement
Go
Verified
Gross Area of Concrete given Factored Axial Load on Member
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Verified
Percentage of Compression Reinforcement given Area of Longitudinal Reinforcement
Go
Aborted Takeoff
(6)
Created
Distance to Accelerate and Stop given Full Strength Pavement Distance
Go
Created
Field Length or Total Amount of Runway needed
Go
Created
Full Strength Pavement Distance for Aborted Takeoff
Go
Created
Full Strength Pavement Distance given Field Length
Go
Created
Stopway Distance given Field Length
Go
Created
Stopway Distance given Full Strength Pavement Distance
Go
Additional Bridge Column Formulas
(4)
Verified
Allowable Load for Bridges using Structural Carbon Steel
Go
Verified
Allowable Load for Bridges using Structural Carbon Steel when Column Ends are Pinned
Go
Verified
Ultimate Load for Bridges using Structural Carbon Steel
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Verified
Ultimate Load for Bridges using Structural Carbon Steel when Columns are Pinned
Go
2 More Additional Bridge Column Formulas Calculators
Go
Adjustment of Design Values for Connections with Fasteners
(5)
Created
Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading for Bolts
Go
Verified
Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal for Nails and Spikes
Go
Verified
Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal for Wood Screws
Go
Created
Adjusted Value for Loading Normal to Grain for Split Ring and Shear Plate Connectors
Go
Created
Adjusted Value for Loading Parallel to Grain for Split Ring and Shear Plate Connectors
Go
8 More Adjustment of Design Values for Connections with Fasteners Calculators
Go
Aerodrome Reference Temperature
(3)
Created
Aerodrome Reference Temperature
Go
Verified
Monthly Mean of Average Daily Temperature for given ART
Go
Created
Monthly mean of maximum daily temperature for hottest month of year
Go
Aircraft Gross Wing
(5)
Created
Aircraft Gross Wing Area for Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
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Created
Aircraft Gross Wing Area given Vehicle Speed under Steady Flight Conditions
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Created
Aircraft Gross Wing Area given Vehicle Stalling Speed
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Created
Maximum Attainable Lift Coefficient given Vehicle Stalling Speed
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Created
Vehicle Stalling Speed given Maximum Attainable Lift Coefficient
Go
Aircraft Runway Length Estimation
(11)
Created
Desired Take off Weight
Go
Created
Fuel Weight to be Carried given Desired Takeoff Weight
Go
Created
Lift Coefficient for Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
Go
Created
Lifting Force given Friction Force due to Rolling Resistance
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Created
Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
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Created
Operating Empty Weight when Desired Take-off Weight is considered
Go
Created
Payload carried when desired take-off weight is considered
Go
Created
Speed of Sound (Mach number)
Go
Created
True Aircraft Speed (Mach number)
Go
Created
True Mach number when true aircraft speed
Go
Created
Vehicle Speed for Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
Go
Analysis of Aquifer-Test Data
(7)
Created
Elevation Head using Total Head
Go
Created
Pressure Head for given Total Head
Go
Created
Storage Coefficient from Theis Equation of Transmissivity
Go
Created
Theis Equation to determine Storage Coefficient
Go
Created
Theis equation to determine transmissivity
Go
Created
Total Head
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Created
Transmissivity given Storage Coefficient from Theis Equation
Go
Analysis of Ultimate Strength
(4)
Verified
Area of Prestressing Tendon for Known Tensile Strength of Section
Go
Verified
Characteristic Tensile Strength of Prestressing Tendons for Known Tensile Strength of Section
Go
Verified
Ultimate Tensile Force in Absence of Non-Prestressed Reinforcement
Go
Verified
Ultimate Tensile Strength of Section in Presence of Non-Prestressing Reinforcement
Go
Approximate Equations
(4)
Created
Discharge when Drawdown at Pumping Well is Considered
Go
Created
Drawdown at Pumping Well
Go
Created
Drawdown when Steady Flow of Unconfined Aquifer
Go
Created
Transmissivity when Discharge at Drawdown is Considered
Go
Arch Dams
(2)
Verified
Extrados Stresses on Arch Dam
Go
Verified
Shear Force given Rotation due to Shear on Arch Dam
Go
7 More Arch Dams Calculators
Go
Archimedes Law and Buoyancy
(3)
Created
Buoyant Force of Body Submerged in Fluid
Go
Created
Mass Density of Fluid for Buoyant Force Submerged in Fluid
Go
Created
Volume of Submerged Part of Object given Buoyant Force of Body Submerged in Fluid
Go
Area Increment Method
(5)
Created
Depth at which Reservoir is Completely Filled up
Go
Created
Incremental Sediment Volume
Go
Created
Original Reservoir Area at New Zero Level
Go
Created
Sediment Volume between Old Zero and New Zero Bed Level
Go
Created
Sediment Volume to be Distributed in Reservoir
Go
Area-Velocity Method
(9)
Created
Flow Velocity
Go
Created
Moving Boat Velocity
Go
Created
Moving Boat Velocity given Width between Two Verticals
Go
Created
Partial Discharge in Sub-Area between Two Verticals given Flow Velocity
Go
Created
Partial Discharge in Sub-Area between Two Verticals given Resultant Velocity
Go
Created
Resultant Velocity given Flow Velocity
Go
Created
Resultant Velocity given Moving Boat Velocity
Go
Created
Time of Transit between two Verticals given Width between Verticals
Go
Created
Width between Two Verticals
Go
Assessment of Available Power
(11)
Verified
Amount of Hydropower
Go
Verified
Effective Head given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
Go
Verified
Efficiency of Hydropower Station given Amount of Hydropower
Go
Verified
Efficiency of Hydropower Station given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Verified
Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
Go
Verified
Head given Amount of Hydropower
Go
Verified
Head given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
Go
Verified
Head Loss given Amount of Hydropower
Go
Verified
Head Loss given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
Go
Verified
Period of Flow given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
Go
Verified
Rate of Flow of Water given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
Go
At Proof Load
(1)
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity given Maximum Bending Stress at Proof Load of Leaf Spring
Go
4 More At Proof Load Calculators
Go
At Service Load
(3)
Verified
Strain in Concrete due to Effective Prestress
Go
Verified
Strain in Tendons due to Effective Prestress
Go
Verified
Stress in Concrete Member with Non-Prestressing Steel at Service Load Having Compressive Axial Load
Go
Attractive Force Potentials
(13)
Created
Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Moon
Go
Created
Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Moon given Harmonic Polynomial Expansion
Go
Created
Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Sun
Go
Created
Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Sun given Harmonic Polynomial Expansion
Go
Created
Distance from Center of Earth to Center of Moon given Attractive Force Potentials
Go
Created
Mass of Moon given Attractive Force Potentials
Go
Created
Mass of Moon given Attractive Force Potentials with Harmonic Polynomial Expansion
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Created
Mass of Sun given Attractive Force Potentials
Go
Created
Mass of Sun given Attractive Force Potentials with Harmonic Polynomial Expansion
Go
Created
Mean Radius of Earth given Attractive Force Potentials per Unit Mass for Moon
Go
Created
Mean Radius of Earth given Attractive Force Potentials per Unit Mass for Sun
Go
Created
Moon's Tide-generating Attractive Force Potential
Go
Created
Tide-generating Attractive Force Potential for Sun
Go
Bar of Uniform Strength
(1)
Verified
Weight Density of Bar using Area at Section 1 of Bars of uniform Strength
Go
2 More Bar of Uniform Strength Calculators
Go
Barlow's Formula (1915)
(16)
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Average Catchment with Average or Varying Rainfall
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Average Catchment with Continuous Downpour
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Average Catchment with Light Rain
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Flat Cultivated and Absorbent Soils with Average or Varying Rainfall
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Flat Cultivated and Absorbent Soils with Continuous Downpour
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Flat Cultivated and Absorbent Soils with Light Rain
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Flat Partly Cultivated Stiff Soils with Average or Varying Rainfall
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Flat Partly Cultivated Stiff Soils with Continuous Downpour
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Flat Partly Cultivated Stiff Soils with Light Rain
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Hills and Plains with Little Cultivation and Continuous Downpour
Go
Created
Barlow's Formula for Runoff in Hills and Plains with Little Cultivation and Light Rainfall
Go
Created
Formula for Runoff in Hills and Plains with Little Cultivation and Average or Varying Rainfall
Go
Created
Formula for Runoff in Very Hilly, Steep and Hardly any Cultivation Catchment with Light Rain
Go
Created
Runoff in Very Hilly, Steep and Hardly any Cultivation Catchment with Average or Varying Rainfall
Go
Created
Runoff in Very Hilly, Steep and Hardly any Cultivation Catchment with Continuous Downpour
Go
Base Area of Oblique Prism
(1)
Verified
Base Area of Oblique Prism given Volume
Go
1 More Base Area of Oblique Prism Calculators
Go
Basic Equations of Flood Routing
(16)
Created
Average Inflow Denoting at Beginning and End of Time Interval
Go
Created
Average Inflow given Change in Storage
Go
Created
Average Outflow Denoting Beginning and End of Time Interval
Go
Created
Average Outflow in Time given Change in Storage
Go
Created
Change in Storage Denoting Beginning and End of Time Interval
Go
Created
Change in Storage Denoting Beginning and End of Time Interval concerning Inflow and Outflow
Go
Created
Inflow at Beginning of Time Interval given Average Inflow
Go
Created
Inflow at End of Time Interval given Average Inflow
Go
Created
Inflow Rate given Rate of Change of Storage
Go
Created
Outflow at Beginning of Time Interval given Average Inflow
Go
Created
Outflow at End of Time Interval given Average Inflow
Go
Created
Outflow Rate given Rate of Change of Storage
Go
Created
Rate of Change of Storage
Go
Created
Storage at Beginning of Time Interval
Go
Created
Storage at End of Time Interval
Go
Created
Storage at End of Time Interval of Reservoir
Go
Basic Relationship of Thermodynamics
(17)
Verified
Absolute Pressure given Absolute Temperature
Go
Verified
Absolute Temperature given Absolute Pressure
Go
Verified
Change in Internal Energy given Total Heat Supplied to Gas
Go
Verified
Constant for External Work Done in Adiabatic process Introducing Pressure
Go
Verified
Continuity Equation for Compressible Fluids
Go
Verified
External Work Done by Gas given Total Heat Supplied
Go
Verified
External Work Done by Gas in Adiabatic Process Introducing Pressure
Go
Verified
Gas Constant given Absolute Pressure
Go
Verified
Kinetic Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
Go
Verified
Mass Density given Absolute Pressure
Go
Verified
Molecular Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
Go
Verified
Potential Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
Go
Verified
Pressure Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
Go
Verified
Pressure for External Work Done by Gas in Adiabatic Process Introducing Pressure
Go
Verified
Pressure given Constant
Go
Verified
Specific Volume for External Work Done in Adiabatic Process Introducing Pressure
Go
Verified
Total Heat Supplied to Gas
Go
1 More Basic Relationship of Thermodynamics Calculators
Go
Basic Theory
(11)
Created
Actual Infiltration
Go
Created
Cumulative Infiltration given Total Precipitation
Go
Created
Direct Surface Runoff given Total Precipitation
Go
Created
Equation for Potential Maximum Retention
Go
Created
Initial Abstraction
Go
Created
Initial Abstraction given Ratio of Infiltration to Retention
Go
Created
Initial Abstraction given Total Precipitation
Go
Created
Maximum Potential Runoff
Go
Created
Precipitation given Maximum Potential Runoff
Go
Created
Precipitation given Potential Maximum Retention
Go
Created
Water Balance Equation for Rainfall
Go
Bay Superelevation
(4)
Created
Depth given Water Surface Slope
Go
Created
Superelevation
Go
Created
Superelevation due to Varying Entrance Channel Cross-Section
Go
Created
Tidal Amplitude in Ocean
Go
Beam Moments
(2)
Verified
Bending Moment of Cantilever Beam Subjected to UDL at Any Point from Free End
Go
Verified
Bending Moment of Simply Supported Beam Subjected to Point Load at Mid-Point
Go
16 More Beam Moments Calculators
Go
Beams
(2)
Verified
Beam Depth for Extreme Fiber Stress in Rectangular Timber Beam
Go
Verified
Beam Depth given Horizontal Shearing Stress
Go
11 More Beams Calculators
Go
Beams
(2)
Verified
Critical Elastic Moment
Go
Verified
Critical Elastic Moment for Box Sections and Solid Bars
Go
11 More Beams Calculators
Go
Beams
(3)
Verified
Straight Beam Deflection
Go
Verified
Tapered Beam Deflection for Mid-Span Concentrated Load
Go
Verified
Tapered beam Deflection for Uniformly Distributed Load
Go
Bearing on Milled Surfaces and Bridge Fasteners
(2)
Verified
Allowable Bearing Stress on Milled Stiffeners and other Steel Parts
Go
Verified
Tensile Strength of Connected Part given Allowable Bearing Stress on Milled Stiffeners
Go
6 More Bearing on Milled Surfaces and Bridge Fasteners Calculators
Go
Bending Stresses
(3)
Verified
Dead Load Moment given Stress in Steel for Unshored Members
Go
Verified
Multiplier for Allowable Stress when Flange Bending Stress is lesser than Allowable Stress
Go
Verified
Stress in Steel for Shored Members
Go
7 More Bending Stresses Calculators
Go
Boyle's law
(4)
Verified
Boyle's Law According to Adiabatic Process
Go
Verified
Boyle's Law According to Isothermal Process
Go
Verified
Boyle's Law given Mass Density
Go
Verified
Boyle's Law given Weight Density in Adiabatic Process
Go
Braking Distance
(12)
Created
Assumed Brake Application Speed given Distance for Deceleration in Normal Braking Mode
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Created
Deceleration Rate when Distance for Deceleration in Normal Braking Mode
Go
Created
Deceleration Rate when Distance for Deceleration in Normal Braking Mode is considered
Go
Created
Distance for Transition from Main gear Touchdown to create Stabilized Braking Configuration
Go
Created
Distance required for Deceleration in normal Braking mode
Go
Created
Distance required for Deceleration in Normal Braking Mode to Nominal Takeoff Speed
Go
Created
Distance required for Transition from Maingear Touchdown to create Stabilized Braking Configuration
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Created
Nominal Turn-Off Speed given Distance for Deceleration in Normal Braking Mode
Go
Created
Nominal Turn-off Speed given Distance required for Deceleration in normal Braking mode
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Created
Threshold Speed given Distance for Deceleration in Normal Braking Mode
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Created
Threshold Speed given Distance required for Transition from Maingear Touchdown
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Created
Vehicle Speed given Distance required for Transition from Maingear Touchdown
Go
Breaker Index
(16)
Created
Breaker Depth Index
Go
Created
Breaker Depth Index given Wave Period
Go
Created
Breaker Height Index
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Breaker Height Index
Go
Created
Deepwater Wavelength given Breaker Height Index from Linear Wave Theory
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Created
Equivalent Unrefracted Deepwater Wave Height given Breaker Height Index from Linear Wave Theory
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Created
Local Depth given Root Mean Square Wave Height
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Created
Local Depth given Zero Moment Wave Height
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Created
Root Mean Square Wave Height at Breaking
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Created
Semi-Empirical Relationship for Breaker Height Index from Linear Wave Theory
Go
Created
Water Depth at Breaking given Breaker Depth Index
Go
Created
Wave Height at Incipient Breaking given Breaker Depth Index
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Created
Wave Height at Incipient Breaking given Breaker Height Index
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Created
Wave Height at Incipient Breaking using Beach Slope
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Created
Wave Period given Breaker Depth Index
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Created
Zero-Moment Wave Height at Breaking
Go
Budget Method
(4)
Created
Bowen's Ratio
Go
Created
Energy Balance to Evaporating Surface for Period of One Day
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Created
Evaporation from Energy Budget Method
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Created
Heat Energy used up in Evaporation
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Buttress Dams using law of Trapezoid
(2)
Verified
Distance from Centroid for Maximum Intensity in horizontal plane on Buttress Dam
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Verified
Sectional Area of Base for Maximum Intensity in horizontal plane on Buttress Dam
Go
9 More Buttress Dams using law of Trapezoid Calculators
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Cantilever Beam
(8)
Verified
Deflection at Any Point on Cantilever Beam carrying Couple Moment at Free End
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Verified
Deflection at Any Point on Cantilever Beam carrying UDL
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Verified
Maximum Deflection of Cantilever Beam Carrying UVL with Maximum Intensity at Free End
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Verified
Slope at Free End of Cantilever Beam Carrying Concentrated Load at Any Point from Fixed End
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Verified
Slope at Free End of Cantilever Beam Carrying Concentrated Load at Free End
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Verified
Slope at Free End of Cantilever Beam Carrying Couple at Free End
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Verified
Slope at Free End of Cantilever Beam carrying UDL
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Verified
Slope at Free End of Cantilever Beam Carrying UVL with Maximum Intensity at Fixed End
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5 More Cantilever Beam Calculators
Go
Cast Iron Columns Design
(1)
Created
Allowable Load per Area for Cast Iron Columns
Go
2 More Cast Iron Columns Design Calculators
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Catenary
(1)
Verified
Tension at any Point given Catenary Length of Simple Cable with UDL
Go
3 More Catenary Calculators
Go
Catenary Cable Sag and Distance between Supports
(2)
Verified
Span of Cable given Catenary Parameter for UDL on Catenary Parabolic Cable
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Verified
Total Sag given Catenary Parameter for UDL on Catenary Parabolic Cable
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4 More Catenary Cable Sag and Distance between Supports Calculators
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Channel Erosion
(3)
Created
Equation for Suspended Sediment Load
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Created
Soil Erodibility Factor given Suspended Sediment Load
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Created
Stream Flow Discharge given Suspended Sediment Load
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Chezy Constant in Uniform Flow
(1)
Verified
Slope of Channel Bed given Average Velocity in Channel with Chezy Constant
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6 More Chezy Constant in Uniform Flow Calculators
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Circular Section
(1)
Verified
Wetted Area given Discharge through Channels
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18 More Circular Section Calculators
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Circular Tapering Rod
(1)
Verified
Diameter at Other End of Circular Tapering Rod
Go
9 More Circular Tapering Rod Calculators
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Clark's Method for IUH
(6)
Created
Inflow at Beginning of Time Interval for Routing of Time-Area Histogram
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Created
Inflow Rate between Inter-Isochrone Area
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Inter-Isochrone Area given Inflow
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Outflow at Beginning of Time Interval for Routing of Time-Area Histogram
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Outflow at End of Time Interval for Routing of Time-Area Histogram
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Time Interval at Inter-Isochrone Area given Inflow
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Close-Coiled Helical Spring
(6)
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Deflection for Close-Coiled Helical Spring
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Verified
Diameter of Spring Wire or Coil given Deflection for Close-Coiled Helical Spring
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Verified
Load Applied on Spring Axially given Deflection for Close-Coiled Helical Spring
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Verified
Mean Radius of Spring given Deflection for Close-Coiled Helical Spring
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Verified
Modulus of Rigidity given Deflection for Close-Coiled Helical Spring
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Number of Spring Coils given Deflection for Close-Coiled Helical Spring
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Cnoidal Wave Theory
(14)
Created
Complete Elliptic Integral of Second Kind
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Distance from Bottom to Crest
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Distance from Bottom to Wave Trough
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Created
Elevation above Bottom given Pressure under Cnoidal Wave in Hydrostatic Form
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Free Surface Elevation of Solitary Waves
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Ordinate of Water Surface given Pressure under Cnoidal Wave in Hydrostatic Form
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Particle Velocities given Free Surface Elevation of Solitary Waves
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Pressure under Cnoidal Wave in Hydrostatic Form
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Trough to Crest Wave Height
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Wave Height given Distance from Bottom to Wave Trough and Water Depth
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Wave Height Required to Produce Difference in Pressure on Seabed
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Wave Height when Free Surface Elevation of Solitary Waves
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Wavelength for Complete Elliptic Integral of First Kind
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Wavelength for Distance from Bottom to Wave Trough
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Coaxial Cylinder Viscometers
(2)
Verified
Shear Stress on Cylinder given Torque exerted on Inner Cylinder
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Verified
Total Torque
Go
18 More Coaxial Cylinder Viscometers Calculators
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Coefficient of Permeability
(21)
Created
Coefficient of Permeability at any Temperature t for Standard Value of Coefficient of Permeability
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Created
Coefficient of Permeability at Temperature of Permeameter Experiment
Go
Created
Coefficient of Permeability from Analogy of Laminar Flow (Hagen Poiseuille flow)
Go
Created
Coefficient of Permeability when Specific or Intrinsic Permeability is Considered
Go
Created
Coefficient of Permeability when Transmissibility is Considered
Go
Created
Cross-Sectional Area when Coefficient of Permeability at Permeameter Experiment is Considered
Go
Created
Discharge when Coefficient of Permeability at Permeameter Experiment is Considered
Go
Created
Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid of Laminar Flow through Conduit or Hagen Poiseuille Flow
Go
Created
Dynamic Viscosity when Specific or Intrinsic Permeability is Considered
Go
Created
Equation for Specific or Intrinsic Permeability
Go
Created
Equivalent Permeability when Transmissivity of Aquifer is Considered
Go
Created
Hagen Poiseuille Flow or Mean Particle Size of Porous Medium Laminar Flow through Conduit
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity and Dynamic Viscosity Relation
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity at 20 degree Celsius for Standard Value of Coefficient of Permeability
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity for Standard Value of Coefficient of Permeability
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity when Specific or Intrinsic Permeability is Considered
Go
Created
Length when Coefficient of Permeability at Permeameter Experiment is Considered
Go
Created
Specific or Intrinsic Permeability when Coefficient of Permeability is Considered
Go
Created
Specific or Intrinsic Permeability when Dynamic Viscosity is Considered
Go
Created
Standard Value of Coefficient of Permeability
Go
Created
Unit weight of fluid
Go
Cold Formed or Light Weighted Steel Structures
(4)
Verified
Elastic Local Buckling Stress
Go
Verified
Flat Width Ratio of Stiffened Element using Elastic Local Buckling Stress
Go
Verified
Flat Width Ratio of Stiffened Element using Moment of Inertia
Go
Verified
Minimum Allowable Moment of Inertia
Go
11 More Cold Formed or Light Weighted Steel Structures Calculators
Go
Column Stability and Buckling Stiffness Factor
(2)
Verified
Buckling Stiffness Factor
Go
Created
Slenderness Ratio for Beams
Go
Combined Axial and Bending Loads
(2)
Verified
Stress Induced using Moment of Resistance, Moment of Inertia and Distance from Extreme Fiber
Go
Verified
Stress Induced with known Distance from Extreme Fiber, Young's Modulus and Radius of curvature
Go
17 More Combined Axial and Bending Loads Calculators
Go
Combined Bending and Torsion Condition
(2)
Verified
Bending Moment given Combined Bending and Torsion
Go
Verified
Bending Stress given Combined Bending and Torsional Stress
Go
4 More Combined Bending and Torsion Condition Calculators
Go
Combined Stresses
(2)
Verified
Creep Coefficient given Creep Strain
Go
Verified
Elastic Strain given Creep Strain
Go
Compass Surveying
(1)
Verified
Magnetic Declination to West
Go
9 More Compass Surveying Calculators
Go
Complementary Induced Stress
(1)
Verified
Angle of Oblique Plane using Normal Stress when Complementary Shear Stresses Induced
Go
5 More Complementary Induced Stress Calculators
Go
Components of a Hydrograph
(12)
Created
Discharge at Initial Time
Go
Created
Discharge at Initial Time in Alternative Form of Exponential Decay
Go
Created
Discharge concerning Recession Constant
Go
Created
Discharge given Storage
Go
Created
Discharge in Alternative Form of Exponential Decay
Go
Created
Drainage Area given Time Interval from Peak in Straight-Line Method of Baseflow Separation
Go
Created
Recession Constant
Go
Created
Recession Constant for Base Flow
Go
Created
Recession Constant for Interflow
Go
Created
Recession Constant for Surface Storage
Go
Created
Storage Remaining at any Time t
Go
Created
Time Interval from Peak in Straight-Line method of Baseflow Separation
Go
Compressibility of Aquifers
(4)
Created
Barometric Efficiency given Compressibility Parameters
Go
Created
Coefficient of Storage for Unconfined Aquifer
Go
Created
Discharge per Unit Width of Aquifer
Go
Created
Saturated Thickness of Aquifer when Coefficient of Storage for Unconfined Aquifer is Considered
Go
Computation of Uniform Flow
(2)
Verified
Manning's Formula for Bed Slope given Discharge
Go
Verified
Manning's Formula for Roughness Coefficient given Conveyance of Section
Go
17 More Computation of Uniform Flow Calculators
Go
Confidence Limits
(8)
Created
Confidence Interval of Variate
Go
Created
Confidence Interval of Variate Bounded by X2
Go
Created
Equation for Confidence Interval of Variate
Go
Created
Equation for Confidence Interval of Variate Bounded by x2
Go
Created
Equation for Variate 'b' using Frequency Factor
Go
Created
Probable Error
Go
Created
Sample Size when Probable Error is Considered
Go
Created
Variate 'b' given Probable Error
Go
Confined Groundwater Flow between Water Bodies
(7)
Created
Aquifer thickness when discharge is considered
Go
Created
Coefficient of Permeability when discharge is considered
Go
Created
Discharge per unit width of aquifers
Go
Created
Equation of Hydraulic Grade Line in Confined Groundwater Flow
Go
Created
Length when Discharge per Unit Width of Aquifer is Considered
Go
Created
Rate of movement through aquifer and confining bed
Go
Created
Velocity Equation of Hydraulics
Go
Constant Thickness on Arch Dam
(2)
Verified
Constant K2 given Deflection due to Thrust on Arch Dam
Go
Verified
Constant K4 given Rotation due to Twist on Arch Dam
Go
4 More Constant Thickness on Arch Dam Calculators
Go
Construction Safety Management
(8)
Verified
Injury Frequency Rate
Go
Verified
Injury Frequency Rate given Injury Index
Go
Verified
Injury Index
Go
Verified
Injury Severity Rate
Go
Verified
Number of Days Lost given Severity Rate
Go
Verified
Number of Disabling Injuries given Frequency Rate
Go
Verified
Number of Man-Hour Worked given Frequency Rate
Go
Verified
Severity Rate given Injury Index
Go
Continued Takeoff
(8)
Created
Clearway Distance for Continued Takeoff
Go
Created
Clearway Distance given Field Length under Continued Takeoff
Go
Created
Clearway Distance given Takeoff Run
Go
Created
Distance of 35 ft Obstacle given Takeoff Run
Go
Created
Distance to clear 35 ft Obstacle for Clearway Distance for Continued Takeoff
Go
Created
Field Length or Total Amount of Runway needed under Continued Takeoff
Go
Created
Liftoff Distance given Clearway Distance for Continued Takeoff
Go
Created
Takeoff Run for Continued Takeoff
Go
Critical Flow and its Computation
(1)
Verified
Discharge given Critical Depth for Triangular Channel
Go
15 More Critical Flow and its Computation Calculators
Go
Critical Path Method
(4)
Verified
Free Float used in CPM
Go
Verified
Independent Float used in CPM
Go
Verified
Interfering Float
Go
Verified
Total Float in CPM
Go
6 More Critical Path Method Calculators
Go
Cross Sectional Area
(2)
Verified
Cross Sectional Area given Dynamic Thrust Exerted by Jet on Plate
Go
Verified
Cross Sectional Area given Work Done by Jet on Plate per Second
Go
1 More Cross Sectional Area Calculators
Go
Culverts on Subcritical Slopes
(1)
Verified
Head on Entrance measured from Bottom of Culvert
Go
10 More Culverts on Subcritical Slopes Calculators
Go
Curve Number (CN)
(5)
Verified
Curve Number
Go
Created
Curve Number for Antecedent Moisture Condition One
Go
Created
Curve Number for Antecedent Moisture Condition-III
Go
Verified
Potential Maximum Retention
Go
Created
Potential Maximum Retention given Curve Number
Go
Dams on Soft or Porous Foundations by Darcy’s law
(5)
Verified
Discharge given Hydraulic Gradient per unit head for Dams on Soft Foundations
Go
Verified
Equipotential Lines given discharge for Dams on Soft Foundations
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Gradient per unit head for Dams on Soft Foundations
Go
Verified
Maximum Velocity given New Material Coefficient C 2 for Dams on Soft Foundations
Go
Verified
Total Pressure per unit Area for Dams on Soft Foundations
Go
13 More Dams on Soft or Porous Foundations by Darcy’s law Calculators
Go
Darcy's Law
(11)
Created
Apparent Velocity and Bulk Pore Velocity Relationship
Go
Created
Apparent Velocity of Seepage
Go
Created
Apparent Velocity of Seepage given Reynolds Number of Value Unity
Go
Created
Apparent Velocity of Seepage when Discharge and Cross-Sectional Area are considered
Go
Created
Bulk Pore Velocity
Go
Created
Coefficient of Permeability when Apparent Velocity of Seepage is considered
Go
Created
Darcy's Law
Go
Created
Hydraulic Gradient when Apparent Velocity of Seepage is considered
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity of Water given Reynolds Number of Value Unity
Go
Created
Representative Particle Size given Reynolds Number of Value Unity
Go
Created
Reynolds Number of Value Unity
Go
Dash-Pot Mechanism
(1)
Verified
Pressure Drop over Piston
Go
11 More Dash-Pot Mechanism Calculators
Go
Density Currents in Harbors
(23)
Created
Average Depth of Harbor for Water Volume Exchanged during Entire Tide Period
Go
Created
Average Harbor Depth
Go
Created
Average Harbor Depth given Portion caused by Filling
Go
Created
Average River Density over one Tide Period given Relative Density
Go
Created
Cross-Sectional Area of Entrance given Water Volume exchanged during entire Tide Period
Go
Created
Density Influence given Ratio of Water Volume entering Harbor per Tide
Go
Created
Difference between High and Low Tide Levels given Portion caused by Filling
Go
Created
Difference between High and Low Tide Levels given Tidal Prism of Harbor Basin
Go
Created
Maximum River Density given Relative Density
Go
Created
Minimum River Density given Relative Density
Go
Created
Portion caused by Filling Evaluated by Comparing Tidal Prism of Harbor to Total Harbor Volume
Go
Created
Portion caused by Filling given Average Harbor Depth
Go
Created
Portion caused by Filling given Ratio of Water Volume Entering Harbor per Tide
Go
Created
Ratio of Water Volume entering Harbor per Tide to Harbor Volume
Go
Created
Relative Density given River Density
Go
Created
Relative Density given Velocity in Dry Bed Curve
Go
Created
Tidal Prism of Harbor Basin
Go
Created
Tidal Prism of Harbor Basin given Difference between High and Low Tide Levels
Go
Created
Total Harbor Volume based upon Depth
Go
Created
Total Harbor Volume based upon Depth given difference between High and Low Tide Levels
Go
Created
Total Water Volume Exchanged during entire Tide Period
Go
Created
Velocity in Dry Bed Curve
Go
Created
Water Depth given Velocity in Dry Bed Curve
Go
Density Influence
(4)
Created
Density Influence
Go
Created
Filling Current Velocity given Density Influence
Go
Created
Length of Harbor given Density Influence
Go
Created
Time Interval over which Density Difference exists given Density Influence
Go
Density of Sediment Deposits
(8)
Created
Average Unit Weight of Sediment Deposit during Period of T Years
Go
Created
Equation for Weighted Value of Sand, Silt and Clay
Go
Created
Initial Unit Weight given Average Unit Weight of Deposit
Go
Created
Percentage of Clay given Unit Weight of Deposit
Go
Created
Percentage of Sand given Unit Weight of Deposit
Go
Created
Percentage of Silt for Unit Weight of Deposits
Go
Created
Rough Estimation for Unit Weight of Deposit by Koelzer and Lara Formula
Go
Created
Weighted Value given Average Unit Weight of Deposit
Go
Design of Fillets
(12)
Created
Aircraft Datum Length given Length of each Wedge-shaped End of Fillet
Go
Created
Distance along Straight Taxiway Center line given Length of each End of Fillet
Go
Created
Length of each Wedge-Shaped end of Fillet
Go
Created
Maximum Deviation permissible without Filleting
Go
Created
Maximum value of Deviation of main Undercarriage given Radius of Fillet
Go
Created
Minimum Safety Margin given Maximum Deviation permissible without Filleting
Go
Created
Minimum Safety Margin given Radius of Fillet
Go
Created
Radius of Fillet
Go
Created
Radius of Taxiway Centerline given Radius of Fillet
Go
Created
Taxiway Width given Maximum Deviation permissible without Filleting
Go
Created
Track of Main Undercarriage given Maximum Deviation permissible without Filleting
Go
Created
Track of main Undercarriage given Radius of Fillet
Go
Design of Rapid Mix Basin and Flocculation Basin
(4)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Power Requirement for Flocculation
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity Gradient given Power Requirement for Flocculation
Go
Verified
Power Requirement for Flocculation in Direct Filtration Process
Go
Verified
Volume of Flocculation Basin given Power Requirement for Flocculation
Go
15 More Design of Rapid Mix Basin and Flocculation Basin Calculators
Go
Design of Two Way Slab System
(1)
Created
Maximum Slab thickness
Go
2 More Design of Two Way Slab System Calculators
Go
Determination of Evapotranspiration
(5)
Created
Consumptive Use of Water for Large Areas
Go
Created
Equation for Constant depending upon Latitude in Net Radiation of Evaporable Water Equation
Go
Created
Equation for Parameter Including Wind Velocity and Saturation Deficit
Go
Created
Transpiration ratio
Go
Created
Water Consumed by Transpiration
Go
Determination of n and S of Nash's Model
(7)
Created
First Moment of DRH about Time Origin divided by Total Direct Runoff
Go
Created
First Moment of ERH about Time Origin divided by Total Effective Rainfall
Go
Created
First Moment of ERH given Second Moment of DRH
Go
Created
First Moment of Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph or IUH
Go
Created
Second Moment of DRH about Time Origin divided by Total Direct Runoff
Go
Created
Second Moment of ERH about Time Origin divided by Total Excess Rainfall
Go
Created
Second Moment of Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph or IUH
Go
Development Length Requirements
(3)
Created
Applied Shear at Section for Development Length of Simple Support
Go
Created
Computed Flexural Strength given Development Length for Simple Support
Go
Created
Development Length for simple Support
Go
4 More Development Length Requirements Calculators
Go
Dicken's Formula (1865)
(2)
Created
Catchment area when maximum flood discharge is considered in Dickens formula
Go
Created
Dicken's Formula for maximum flood discharge
Go
4 More Dicken's Formula (1865) Calculators
Go
Dilution Technique of Streamflow Measurements
(5)
Created
Average Depth of Stream given Length of Reach
Go
Created
Average Width of Stream using Mixing Length
Go
Verified
Constant Rate Injection Method or Plateau Gauging
Go
Created
Discharge in Stream by Constant Rate Injection Method
Go
Created
Length of Reach
Go
Discharge
(4)
Verified
Discharge given Velocity Approach
Go
Verified
Discharge Passing over Weir considering Velocity
Go
Verified
Discharge when End Contractions is suppressed and Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Discharge when End Contractions is suppressed and Velocity is not considered
Go
3 More Discharge Calculators
Go
Distance-Drawdown Analysis
(10)
Created
Drawdown across One Log Cycle from Distance Drawdown Graphs given Transmissivity
Go
Created
Drawdown across One Log Cycle given Transmissivity for Inconsistent Units
Go
Created
Pumping Rate from Distance Drawdown Graphs
Go
Created
Pumping Rate given Transmissivity for Inconsistent Units from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Go
Created
Storage Coefficient for Inconsistent Units from Distance Drawdown Graphs
Go
Created
Storage Coefficient from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Go
Created
Time at which Drawdowns are measured for Storage Coefficient
Go
Created
Transmissivity for Inconsistent Units from Distance Drawdown Graphs
Go
Created
Transmissivity from Distance Drawdown Graphs
Go
Created
Transmissivity given Storage Coefficient from Distance Drawdown
Go
Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
(2)
Verified
Bending Moment Capacity of Rectangular Beam
Go
Verified
Depth of Equivalent Rectangular Compressive Stress Distribution
Go
Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
(4)
Verified
Force Acting on Compressive Steel
Go
Verified
Force Acting on Tensile Steel
Go
Verified
Total Compression on Concrete
Go
Verified
Total Compressive force on Beam Cross Section
Go
5 More Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections Calculators
Go
Drainage Density
(3)
Created
Catchment Area given Drainage Density
Go
Created
Drainage Density
Go
Created
Length of all Streams given Drainage Density
Go
Drill String Buckling
(7)
Created
Column Slenderness Ratio for Critical Buckling Load
Go
Created
Critical Buckling Load
Go
Created
Cross Section Area of Column for Critical Buckling Load
Go
Created
Flow Velocity given Reynolds Number in Shorter Length of Pipe
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity of Fluid given Reynolds Number in Shorter Length of Pipe
Go
Created
Pipe Diameter given Reynolds Number in Shorter Length of Pipe
Go
Created
Reynolds Number in Shorter Length of Pipe
Go
Dynamic Viscosity
(1)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity for Discharge through Pipe
Go
3 More Dynamic Viscosity Calculators
Go
Dynamic Viscosity
(2)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Maximum Velocity between Plates
Go
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity using Velocity Distribution Profile
Go
2 More Dynamic Viscosity Calculators
Go
Dynamics of Ocean Currents
(7)
Created
Angular Velocity given Pressure Gradient Normal to Current
Go
Created
Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Current Velocity given Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Current Velocity given Pressure Gradient Normal to Current
Go
Created
Latitude given Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Latitude given Pressure Gradient Normal to Current
Go
Created
Pressure Gradient Normal to Current
Go
Earth Moving
(1)
Verified
Grade Resistance Factor given Grade Resistance for Motion on Slope
Go
11 More Earth Moving Calculators
Go
Earth Quantities Hauled
(1)
Verified
Original Volume of Soil given Compacted Volume
Go
8 More Earth Quantities Hauled Calculators
Go
Eckman Wind Drift
(15)
Created
Angle between Wind and Current Direction
Go
Created
Atmospheric Pressure as function of Salinity and Temperature
Go
Created
Density given Atmospheric Pressure whose value of Thousand is reduced from Density Value
Go
Created
Depth given Angle between Wind and Current Direction
Go
Created
Depth given Volume Flow rate per unit of Ocean Width
Go
Created
Depth of Frictional Influence by Eckman
Go
Created
Latitude given Depth of Frictional Influence by Eckman
Go
Created
Salinity given Atmospheric Pressure
Go
Created
Velocity at Surface given Velocity Component along Horizontal x Axis
Go
Created
Velocity at Surface given Velocity detail of Current Profile in Three Dimensions
Go
Created
Velocity Component along Horizontal x Axis
Go
Created
Velocity in Current Profile in Three Dimensions by introducing Polar Coordinates
Go
Created
Vertical Coordinate from Ocean Surface given Angle between Wind and Current Direction
Go
Created
Vertical Eddy Viscosity Coefficient given Depth of Frictional Influence by Eckman
Go
Created
Volume Flow Rates per unit of Ocean Width
Go
Economics of Project Management
(9)
Verified
Contribution per Unit
Go
Verified
Fixed Cost
Go
Verified
Profit for Total Expenses
Go
Verified
Selling Price
Go
Verified
Total Cost
Go
Verified
Total Cost given Profit
Go
Verified
Total Revenue
Go
Verified
Total Variable Cost
Go
Verified
Volume of Output
Go
Eddy Loss
(5)
Created
Eddy Loss for Abrupt Contraction Channel Transition
Go
Created
Eddy Loss for Abrupt Expansion Channel Transition
Go
Created
Eddy Loss for Gradual Contraction Channel Transition
Go
Created
Eddy Loss for Gradual Expansion Channel Transition
Go
Created
Eddy Loss for Non-uniform Flow
Go
Effect of Freshwater Inflow
(5)
Created
King's Dimensionless Variable
Go
Created
Ocean Tide Amplitude using King's Dimensionless Variable
Go
Created
River or Freshwater Inflow to Bay using King's Dimensionless Variable
Go
Created
Surface Area of Bay or Basin using King's Dimensionless Variable
Go
Created
Tidal Period using King's Dimensionless Variable
Go
Efficiency of Turbine
(1)
Verified
Efficiency of Turbine and Generator given Power in Kilowatt
Go
3 More Efficiency of Turbine Calculators
Go
Elastic Flexural Buckling of Columns
(1)
Verified
Shear Modulus of Elasticity given Torsional Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns
Go
6 More Elastic Flexural Buckling of Columns Calculators
Go
Elastic Modulus of Rock
(1)
Verified
Elastic Modulus of Rock given Rotation due to Moment on Arch Dam
Go
5 More Elastic Modulus of Rock Calculators
Go
Elbow Meter
(1)
Verified
Differential Pressure Head of Elbow Meter
Go
3 More Elbow Meter Calculators
Go
Electromagnetic Method
(3)
Verified
Current in Coil in Electromagnetic Method
Go
Verified
Depth of Flow in Electromagnetic Method
Go
Created
Measurement for Discharge in Electromagnetic Method
Go
Elongation of Tapering Bar due to Self Weight
(2)
Verified
Load on Conical Bar with known Elongation due to Self Weight
Go
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity of Conical Bar with known Elongation and Cross-sectional area
Go
11 More Elongation of Tapering Bar due to Self Weight Calculators
Go
Empirical Area Reduction Method
(11)
Created
Difference in Elevations and Original Bed of Reservoir given New Total Depth of Reservoir
Go
Created
Difference in Elevations of Full Reservoir Level and Original Bed of Reservoir
Go
Created
Height up to which Sediment Completely Fills up given New Relative Depth
Go
Created
New Total Depth of Reservoir
Go
Created
Relative Area for Different Type Classification of Reservoir
Go
Created
Relative Area given Soil Erodibility Factor
Go
Created
Relative Depth at New Zero Elevation
Go
Created
Sediment Area at any Height above Datum
Go
Created
Volume of Sediment Deposited between two Consecutive Heights by Average End Area Method
Go
Created
Volume of Sediment Deposited between two Consecutive Heights by Weighted Area Method
Go
Created
Volume of Sediment Deposition given Incremental Area
Go
Energy Flux Method
(13)
Created
Energy Dissipation Rate by Battjes and Janssen
Go
Created
Energy Dissipation Rate per unit Surface Area due to Wave Breaking
Go
Created
Energy Flux associated with Stable Wave Height
Go
Created
Maximum Wave Height given Energy Dissipation Rate
Go
Created
Maximum Wave Height using Miche Criterion
Go
Created
Mean Wave Frequency given Energy Dissipation Rate
Go
Created
Percentage of Waves Breaking given Energy Dissipation Rate
Go
Created
Stable Wave Height
Go
Created
Water Depth given Energy Dissipation Rate per unit Surface Area due to Wave Breaking
Go
Created
Water Depth given Maximum Wave Height by Miche Criterion
Go
Created
Water Depth given Stable Wave Height
Go
Created
Wave Number given Maximum Wave Height by Miche Criterion
Go
Created
Wavelength given Maximum Wave Height by Miche Criterion
Go
Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
(6)
Created
Kinetic Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Created
Potential Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Created
Wave Height given Kinetic Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Created
Wave Height given Potential Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Created
Wavelength for Kinetic Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Created
Wavelength given Potential Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Equivalent Column Concept
(5)
Verified
Curvature of Column Based on Column Mode of Failure
Go
Verified
Lateral Deflection of Equivalent Pin Ended Column at distance x
Go
Verified
Length of Equivalent Pin Ended Column given Max Deflection at Mid Height
Go
Verified
Maximum Deflection at Mid Height given Lateral Deflection of Pin Ended Column
Go
Verified
Maximum Deflection at Mid-Height of Equivalent Pin-Ended Column
Go
Estimating Marine and Coastal Winds
(24)
Created
Air Temperature given Air-Sea Temperature Difference
Go
Created
Air-Sea Temperature Difference
Go
Created
Coefficient of Drag at 10m Reference Level given Wind Stress
Go
Created
Coefficient of Drag for Winds Influenced by Stability Effects
Go
Created
Coefficient of Drag for Winds Influenced by Stability Effects given Von Karman Constant
Go
Created
Friction Velocity given Height of Boundary Layer in Non-Equatorial Regions
Go
Created
Friction Velocity given Wind Speed at Height above Surface
Go
Created
Friction Velocity given Wind Stress
Go
Created
Friction Velocity of Wind in Neutral Stratification as Function of Geostrophic Wind Speed
Go
Created
Geostrophic Wind Speed
Go
Created
Geostrophic Wind Speed given Friction Velocity in Neutral Stratification
Go
Created
Gradient of Atmospheric Pressure Orthogonal to Isobars
Go
Created
Gradient of Atmospheric Pressure Orthogonal to Isobars given Gradient Wind Speed
Go
Created
Height of Boundary layer in Non-Equatorial Regions
Go
Created
Height z above Surface given Standard Reference Wind Speed
Go
Created
Rate of Momentum Transfer at Standard Reference Height for Winds
Go
Created
Water Temperature given Air-Sea Temperature Difference
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Height above Surface in form of near Surface Wind Profile
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Height z above Surface
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Height z above Surface given Standard Reference Wind Speed
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Standard 10-m Reference Level
Go
Created
Wind Speed given Coefficient of Drag at 10-m Reference Level
Go
Created
Wind Stress given Friction Velocity
Go
Created
Wind Stress in Parametric Form
Go
Estimation of Watershed Erosion and Sediment Delivery Ratio
(10)
Created
Area of Catchment given Annual Sediment Yield Rate
Go
Created
Area of Catchment given Volume of Sediment Yield per Year
Go
Created
Catchment Area given Annual Sediment Yield Rate
Go
Created
Catchment Area given Volume of Sediment Yield per Year
Go
Created
Dhruv Narayan Et Al's Equation for Annual Runoff Volume
Go
Created
Dhruv Narayan Et Al's Equation for Annual Sediment Yield Rate
Go
Created
Joglekar's Equation for Annual Sediment Yield Rate
Go
Created
Joglekar's Equation for Volume of Sediment Yield per Year from Catchment Area
Go
Created
Khosla's Equation for Annual Sediment Yield Rate
Go
Created
Khosla's Equation for Volume of Sediment Yield per Year from Catchment Area
Go
Euler's Equation of Motion
(1)
Verified
Pressure Head for Steady Non Viscous Flow
Go
8 More Euler's Equation of Motion Calculators
Go
Evaporation
(6)
Created
Dalton's Law of Evaporation
Go
Verified
Dalton-Type Equation
Go
Created
Meyers formula (1915)
Go
Created
Rohwers formula (1931)
Go
Created
Vapour Pressure of Air using Dalton's Law
Go
Created
Vapour Pressure of Water at given Temperature for Evaporation in Water Bodies
Go
Evapotranspiration
(7)
Created
Actual Evapotranspiration
Go
Created
Actual Evapotranspiration given Aridity Index
Go
Created
Aridity Index
Go
Created
Change in Moisture Storage
Go
Created
Precipitation given Change in Moisture Storage
Go
Created
Runoff given Change in Moisture Storage
Go
Created
Subsurface Outflow given Change in Moisture Storage
Go
Evapotranspiration Equations
(8)
Created
Adjustment related to Latitude of Place given Potential Evapotranspiration
Go
Created
Equation for Blaney Criddle
Go
Created
Equation for Net Radiation of Evaporable Water
Go
Created
Mean Monthly Air Temperature for Potential Evapotranspiration in Thornthwaite Equation
Go
Created
Net Radiation of Evaporable water given Daily Potential Evapotranspiration
Go
Created
Parameter Including Wind Velocity and Saturation Deficit
Go
Created
Penman's Equation
Go
Created
Thornthwaite Formula
Go
Flat Plate Construction
(4)
Created
Clear Span in Direction Moments given Total Static Design Moment
Go
Created
Strip Width given Total Static Design Moment
Go
Created
Total Static Design Moment in Strip
Go
Created
Uniform Design Load Per Unit of Slab Area given Total Static Design Moment
Go
2 More Flat Plate Construction Calculators
Go
Flat Plate Inclined at an Angle to the Jet
(3)
Verified
Discharge Flowing by Jet
Go
Verified
Discharge Flowing in Direction Normal to Plate
Go
Verified
Discharge Flowing in Direction Parallel to Plate
Go
9 More Flat Plate Inclined at an Angle to the Jet Calculators
Go
Flat Plate Normal to the Jet
(3)
Verified
Area of Cross Section of Jet for Force Exerted by Stationary Plate on Jet
Go
Verified
Force Exerted by Stationary Plate on Jet
Go
Verified
Velocity for Force Exerted by Stationary Plate on Jet
Go
3 More Flat Plate Normal to the Jet Calculators
Go
Flat Plate Normal to the Jet
(4)
Verified
Absolute Velocity given Thrust Exerted by Jet on Plate
Go
Verified
Dynamic Thrust Exerted on Plate by Jet
Go
Verified
Velocity of jet given dynamic thrust exerted by jet on plate
Go
Verified
Work Done by Jet on Plate per Second
Go
2 More Flat Plate Normal to the Jet Calculators
Go
Flitched Beam
(1)
Verified
Modular Ratio for Equivalent Width of Flitched Beam
Go
2 More Flitched Beam Calculators
Go
Flow Measuring Structures
(4)
Created
Discharge at Structure
Go
Created
Free Flow Discharge under Head using Submerged Flow over Weir
Go
Created
Head over Weir given Discharge
Go
Created
Submerged Flow over Weir using Villemonte Formula
Go
Flow Over a Trapizoidal Weir or Notch
(12)
Verified
Additional Head given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir Considering Velocity
Go
Verified
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Verified
Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Verified
Discharge for Cipolletti Weir if Velocity is Considered
Go
Verified
Discharge over Cipolletti Weir by Francis Cipolletti
Go
Verified
Discharge over Trapezoidal Notch if overall Coefficient of Discharge for Trapezoidal notch
Go
Verified
Head given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Verified
Head given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir using Velocity
Go
Verified
Head given Discharge over Cipolletti Weir
Go
Verified
Length of Crest given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Verified
Length of Crest given Discharge over Cipolletti Weir by Francis, Cipolletti
Go
Verified
Length of Crest when Discharge for Cipolletti Weir and Velocity is Considered
Go
Flow over a Triangular Weir or Notch
(8)
Verified
Coefficient of Discharge when Discharge for Triangular Weir when Angle is 90
Go
Verified
Discharge for Entire Triangular Weir
Go
Verified
Discharge for Triangular Weir if Angle is at 90
Go
Verified
Discharge for Triangular Weir if Coefficient Discharge is Constant
Go
Verified
Discharge for Triangular Weir if Velocity is Considered
Go
Verified
Head for Discharge for Entire Triangular Weir
Go
Verified
Head when Coefficient Discharge is Constant
Go
Verified
Head when Discharge for Triangular Weir Angle is 90
Go
Flow Over Rectangular Sharp-Crested Weir or Notch
(14)
Verified
Approach Velocity
Go
Verified
Bazins Formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Bazins Formula for Discharge if Velocity is not considered
Go
Verified
Coefficient for Bazin Formula
Go
Verified
Coefficient for Bazin Formula if Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge Passing over Weir considering Velocity
Go
Verified
Coefficient when Bazin Formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Coefficient when Bazin Formula for Discharge Velocity is not considered
Go
Verified
Depth of Water Flow in Channel given Velocity Approach
Go
Verified
Francis Formula for Discharge for Rectangular Notch if Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Francis Formula for Discharge for Rectangular Notch if Velocity not considered
Go
Verified
Rehbocks Formula for Coefficient of Discharge
Go
Verified
Rehbocks Formula for Discharge over Rectangular Weir
Go
Verified
Width of Channel given Velocity Approach
Go
3 More Flow Over Rectangular Sharp-Crested Weir or Notch Calculators
Go
Flow-Duration Curve
(3)
Created
Number of Data Points given Percentage Probability of Flow Magnitude
Go
Created
Order Number of Discharge given Percentage Probability of Flow Magnitude
Go
Created
Percentage Probability of Flow Magnitude
Go
Flushing or Circulation Processes and Vessel Interactions
(17)
Created
Average per Cycle Exchange Coefficient
Go
Created
Channel Depth given Vessel Blockage Ratio
Go
Created
Channel Width given Vessel Blockage Ratio
Go
Created
Concentration of Substance after i Tidal Cycles
Go
Created
Continuity and Energy Equations given Froude Number, Drawdown and Vessel Blockage Ratio
Go
Created
Direction of Wave Propagation for Froude Numbers up to Unity
Go
Created
Drawdown with respect to Water Depth
Go
Created
Froude Number where Particle Motion in Vessel generated Waves does not Reach Bottom
Go
Created
Individual Wave Celerity created by Moving Vessel
Go
Created
Initial Concentration of Substance in Harbor Water
Go
Created
Return Flow Velocity
Go
Created
Vessel Blockage Ratio
Go
Created
Vessel Speed given Froude Number
Go
Created
Vessel Speed given Individual Wave Celerity created by Moving Vessel
Go
Created
Vessel Speed given Return Flow Velocity
Go
Created
Vessel's Midsection Wetted Cross-Sectional Area given Vessel Blockage Ratio
Go
Created
Water Depth given Froude Number
Go
For Centrally Loaded Beam
(6)
Verified
Deflection in Leaf Spring given Load
Go
Verified
Load given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity in Leaf Spring given Deflection
Go
Verified
Number of plates given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Thickness given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Width given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Force Variation Diagram and Loss Due to Anchorage Slip
(10)
Verified
Anchorage Slip given Settling Length
Go
Verified
Area of Prestressing Steel given Settling Length
Go
Verified
Loss of Prestress due to Slip
Go
Verified
Pressure Drop given Setting Length
Go
Verified
Pressure Drop when Anchorage Slip and Settling Length are Considered
Go
Verified
Prestressing Force after Immediate Loss when Reverse Friction Effect is Considered
Go
Verified
Prestressing Force at distance x when Reverse Friction is Considered
Go
Verified
Settling Length given Pressure Drop
Go
Verified
Settling Length given Prestressing Force Immediately after Loss
Go
Verified
Slip of Anchorage
Go
Forces Driving Ocean Currents
(14)
Created
Angular Speed of Earth for given Coriolis Frequency
Go
Created
Coriolis Frequency
Go
Created
Coriolis Frequency given Horizontal Component of Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Drag Coefficient
Go
Created
Drag Coefficient given Wind Stress
Go
Created
Horizontal Component of Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Horizontal Speed across Earth's Surface given Coriolis Frequency
Go
Created
Horizontal Speed across Earth's Surface given Horizontal Component of Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Latitude given Coriolis Frequency
Go
Created
Latitude given Magnitude of Horizontal Component of Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Magnitude of Horizontal Component of Coriolis Acceleration
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Height 10 m for Drag Coefficient
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Height 10 m given Wind Stress
Go
Created
Wind Stress
Go
Forest Products Laboratory Recommendations
(1)
Verified
Allowable Compressive Stress in Rectangular Section
Go
3 More Forest Products Laboratory Recommendations Calculators
Go
Form Drag
(6)
Created
Angle of Current Relative to Longitudinal Axis of Vessel for Form Drag of Vessel
Go
Created
Average Current Speed for Form Drag of Vessel
Go
Created
Form Drag Coefficient given Form Drag of Vessel
Go
Created
Form Drag of Vessel given Total Longitudinal Current Load on Vessel
Go
Created
Vessel Beam given Form Drag of Vessel
Go
Created
Vessel Draft given Form Drag of Vessel
Go
Form Factors
(6)
Created
Form Factor given Shape Factor
Go
Created
Form Factor given Width of Basin
Go
Created
Form Factor using Watershed Dimensions
Go
Created
Shape Factor given Watershed Length
Go
Created
Watershed Area given Shape Factor
Go
Created
Watershed Length given Shape Factor
Go
4 More Form Factors Calculators
Go
Free Oscillation Period
(6)
Created
Natural Free Oscillation Period
Go
Created
Natural Free Oscillation Period for Average Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Created
Natural Free Oscillation Period for Closed Basin
Go
Created
Natural Free Oscillation Period for Open Basin
Go
Created
Natural Free Oscillation period given Maximum Horizontal Particle Excursion at Node
Go
Created
Water Depth given Natural Free Oscillation Period
Go
Froude Scaling
(6)
Created
Froude Scaling
Go
Created
Froude Scaling given Velocity and Length
Go
Created
Gravity Forces for Froude Scaling
Go
Created
Inertia or Pressure Forces given Froude Scaling
Go
Created
Length for Froude Scaling
Go
Created
Velocity for Froude Scaling
Go
General Geometric Properties
(4)
Verified
Area of Concrete Section when Transformed Area is Calculated
Go
Verified
Area of Prestressing Steel given Transformed Area
Go
Verified
Transformed Area of Prestressed Member
Go
Verified
Transformed Area of Prestressed Member given Gross Area of Member
Go
General Principles of Prestressed Concrete
(12)
Verified
Compressive Stress due to External Moment
Go
Verified
Cross Sectional Area given Compressive Stress
Go
Verified
External Moment with Known Compressive Stress
Go
Verified
Length of Span given Uniform Load
Go
Verified
Prestressing Force given Compressive Stress
Go
Verified
Prestressing Force given Uniform Load
Go
Verified
Resulting Stress due to Moment and Prestress and Eccentric Strands
Go
Verified
Resulting Stress due to Moment and Prestressing Force
Go
Verified
Sag of Parabola given Uniform Load
Go
Verified
Stress due to Prestress Moment
Go
Verified
Uniform Compressive Stress due to Prestress
Go
Verified
Upward Uniform Load using Load Balancing Method
Go
Generation-Distribution Models
(8)
Created
Air Trips between i and j
Go
Created
Air Trips in Year y for Stated Purpose under Leisure Category
Go
Created
Country Pair Relation Index given Air Traffic between Stations i and j
Go
Created
Factor to adjust for Quantum Effects given Air Trips between i and j
Go
Created
Income for Leisure given Air Trips for Stated Purpose under Leisure Category
Go
Created
Population at i given Air Trips between i and j
Go
Created
Population at Origin given Air Trips in Year y for Stated Purpose under Leisure Category
Go
Created
Time in Years given Air Trips between i and j
Go
Geometrical Properties of Rectangular Channel Section
(1)
Verified
Depth of Flow given Wetted Area for Rectangle
Go
11 More Geometrical Properties of Rectangular Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Trapezoidal Channel Section
(2)
Verified
Hydraulic Depth for Trapezoidal
Go
Verified
Width of Sections given Hydraulic Radius
Go
15 More Geometrical Properties of Trapezoidal Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Triangular Channel Section
(3)
Verified
Depth of Flow for Wetted Perimeter for Triangle
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Radius of Flow
Go
Verified
Wetted Perimeter for Triangular Section
Go
14 More Geometrical Properties of Triangular Channel Section Calculators
Go
Goodrich Method
(4)
Created
Inflow at Beginning of Time Interval
Go
Created
Inflow at End of Time Interval
Go
Created
Outflow at Beginning of Time Interval
Go
Created
Outflow at End of Time Interval
Go
Gradients
(2)
Verified
Gradient given Camber
Go
Verified
Height for Straight Line Camber
Go
10 More Gradients Calculators
Go
Gradually Applied Load
(2)
Verified
Load given Stress due to gradually Applied Load
Go
Verified
Stress due to gradually Applied Load
Go
1 More Gradually Applied Load Calculators
Go
Green-Ampt Equation (1911)
(6)
Created
Capillary Suction given Infiltration Capacity
Go
Created
Cumulative Infiltration Capacity given Green-Ampt Parameters of Infiltration Model
Go
Created
Darcy's Hydraulic Conductivity given Infiltration Capacity from Green-Ampt Equation
Go
Created
Green Ampt Equation
Go
Created
Infiltration Capacity given Green-Ampt Parameters of Infiltration Model
Go
Created
Porosity of Soil given Infiltration Capacity from Green-Ampt Equation
Go
Groundwater Level Fluctuation
(21)
Created
Base Flow when Possible Recharge is Considered
Go
Created
Catchment Area usually Watershed Area when Possible Recharge is Considered
Go
Created
Equation for Base Flow into Stream from Area
Go
Created
Equation for Gross Recharge due to Rainfall and other Sources
Go
Created
Equation for Gross Water Draft
Go
Created
Equation for Net Ground Water Flow into Area across Boundary
Go
Created
Equation for Recharge from Irrigation in Area
Go
Created
Equation for Recharge from Rainfall
Go
Created
Equation for Recharge from Stream into Ground Water Body
Go
Created
Equation for Recharge from Tanks and Ponds
Go
Created
Equation for Recharge from Water Conservation Structures
Go
Created
Equation for Recharge when Gross Water Draft is Considered
Go
Created
Equation for Specific Yield
Go
Created
Equation for Water Level Fluctuation
Go
Created
Equation for Watershed Area about Specific Yield and Water Level Fluctuation
Go
Created
Net Ground Water Flow given Possible Recharge
Go
Created
Possible Recharge given Gross Recharge due to Rainfall
Go
Created
Possible Recharge given other Recharge Factors
Go
Created
Recharge from Stream into Ground water Body given Possible Recharge
Go
Created
Specific Yield when Possible Recharge and Gross Water Draft is Considered
Go
Created
Water Level Fluctuation when Possible Recharge and Gross Water Draft is Considered
Go
Group Velocity, Beats, Energy Transport
(9)
Created
Group Velocity given Wave Power per unit Crest Width
Go
Created
Group Velocity of Waves
Go
Created
Radian Frequency given Wave Propagation
Go
Created
Surface Elevation
Go
Created
Total Energy per unit Area given Wave Power per unit Crest Width
Go
Created
Wave Power per unit Crest Width
Go
Created
Wave Speed
Go
Created
Wave Speed given Group Velocity
Go
Created
Wavenumber given Wave Speed
Go
Gumbel's Method for Prediction of Flood's Peak
(14)
Created
Frequency Factor as applicable to Infinite Sample Size
Go
Created
Frequency Factor given Variate 'x' concerning Return Period
Go
Created
Frequency Factor in Gumbel's Equation for Practical Use
Go
Created
General Equation of Hydrologic Frequency Analysis
Go
Created
Gumbel's Variate 'x' with Recurrence Interval for Practical Use
Go
Created
Mean of Variate in Flood Frequency Studies
Go
Created
Mean Variate given Variate 'x' with Recurrence Interval for Practical Use
Go
Created
Reduced Mean when Frequency Factor and Standard Deviation are Considered
Go
Created
Reduced Standard Deviation when Variate and Reduced Mean is Considered
Go
Created
Reduced Variate concerning Return Period
Go
Created
Reduced Variate for Return Period when Frequency Factor is Considered
Go
Created
Reduced Variate when Frequency Factor and Standard Deviation is Considered
Go
Created
Reduced Variate 'Y' for given Return Period
Go
Created
Reduced Variate 'Y' in Gumbel's Method
Go
Hagen–Poiseuille Equation
(4)
Verified
Diameter of Pipe given Head Loss over Length of Pipe with Discharge
Go
Verified
Diameter of Pipe given Pressure Drop over Length of Pipe
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of Flow given Pressure Drop over Length of Pipe
Go
Verified
Pressure drop over length of pipe
Go
16 More Hagen–Poiseuille Equation Calculators
Go
Harbor Oscillations
(21)
Created
Additional Length
Go
Created
Additional Length to Account for Mass Outside Each End of Channel
Go
Created
Average Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Created
Basin Length along Axis for given Period of Fundamental Mode
Go
Created
Basin Length along axis given Maximum Oscillation Period corresponding to Fundamental Mode
Go
Created
Basin Length along Axis in Open Basin
Go
Created
Basin Surface Area given Resonant Period for Helmholtz Mode
Go
Created
Channel Cross-sectional Area given Resonant Period for Helmholtz Mode
Go
Created
Channel Length for Resonant Period for Helmholtz Mode
Go
Created
Maximum Horizontal Particle Excursion at Node
Go
Created
Maximum Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Created
Maximum Oscillation Period corresponding to Fundamental Mode
Go
Created
Period for Fundamental Mode
Go
Created
Resonant Period for Helmholtz Mode
Go
Created
Standing Wave Height for Average Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Created
Standing Wave Height given Maximum Horizontal Particle Excursion at Node
Go
Created
Water Depth for given Period for Fundamental Mode
Go
Created
Water Depth given Average Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Created
Water Depth given Maximum Horizontal Particle Excursion at Node
Go
Created
Water Depth given Maximum Oscillation Period corresponding to Fundamental Mode
Go
Created
Wave Length for Average Horizontal Velocity at Node
Go
Harmonic Analysis and Prediction of Tides
(7)
Created
Form Number
Go
Created
Lunar-Solar Constituent given Form Number
Go
Created
Principal Lunar Diurnal Constituent given Form Number
Go
Created
Principal Lunar Semi-Diurnal Constituent given Form Number
Go
Created
Principal Solar Semi-Diurnal Constituent given Form Number
Go
Created
Radian Frequencies for Prediction of Tides
Go
Created
Time Period of n'th Contribution of Tide Prediction given Radian Frequencies
Go
Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall
(1)
Verified
Diameter of Wheel given Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall
Go
5 More Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall Calculators
Go
Horizontal and Vertical Semi-Axis of Ellipse
(13)
Created
Major Horizontal Semi Axis for Deep Water Condition
Go
Created
Major Horizontal Semi Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Minor Vertical Semi Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Minor Vertical Semi-Axis for Deep Water Condition
Go
Created
Phase Angle for Horizontal Fluid Particle Displacement
Go
Created
Sea Bed Given Minor Vertical Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Water Depth for Major Horizontal Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Water Depth Given Minor Vertical Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Wave Height for Major Horizontal Semi-Axis Deep Water Condition
Go
Created
Wave Height for Major Horizontal Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Wave Height for Minor Vertical Semi-Axis Deep Water Condition
Go
Created
Wave Height Given Minor Vertical Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Created
Wavelength for Major Horizontal Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Horizontal Shear Flow
(1)
Verified
Shear given Horizontal Shear Flow
Go
4 More Horizontal Shear Flow Calculators
Go
Hydraulic Head
(6)
Verified
Head given Coefficient for Bazin Formula
Go
Verified
Head given Coefficient using Bazin Formula and Velocity
Go
Verified
Head over Crest given Discharge Passing over Weir with Velocity
Go
Verified
Head when Bazin Formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Head when Bazin Formula for Discharge if Velocity is not considered
Go
Verified
Head when End Contractions is suppressed
Go
2 More Hydraulic Head Calculators
Go
Hydraulic Head
(1)
Verified
Depth below Surface for Total Pressure per unit Area for Dams on Soft Foundations
Go
3 More Hydraulic Head Calculators
Go
Hydraulic Jump in Rectangular Channel
(1)
Verified
Conjugate Depth y1 given Froude Number Fr1
Go
10 More Hydraulic Jump in Rectangular Channel Calculators
Go
Hydroelectric Power Generation
(2)
Verified
Flow Rate given Power in Kilowatt
Go
Verified
Flow Rate given Power obtained from Water Flow in Horsepower
Go
4 More Hydroelectric Power Generation Calculators
Go
Hydrologic Channel Routing
(7)
Created
Equation for Linear Storage or Linear Reservoir
Go
Created
Outflow given Linear Storage
Go
Created
Storage during Beginning of Time Interval for Continuity Equation of Reach
Go
Created
Storage during End of Time Interval in Continuity Equation for Reach
Go
Created
Storage during end of time interval in Muskingum method of Routing
Go
Created
Storage in Beginning of Time Interval
Go
Created
Total Wedge Storage in Channel Reach
Go
Hydrologic Storage Routing
(4)
Created
Coefficient of Discharge when Outflow is Considered
Go
Created
Effective Length of Spillway Crest when Outflow is Considered
Go
Created
Head over Spillway when Outflow is Considered
Go
Created
Outflow in Spillway
Go
Hydrological Continuity Equation
(8)
Created
Daily Groundwater Inflow
Go
Created
Daily Precipitation from Water Budget Continuity Equation
Go
Created
Daily Seepage Outflow
Go
Created
Daily Surface Inflow into Lake
Go
Created
Daily Surface Outflow from Lake
Go
Created
Daily Transpiration Loss
Go
Created
Equation for Daily Lake Evaporation
Go
Created
Increase in Lake Storage in day
Go
Hydrostatics
(18)
Created
Coordinate measured Downward from Top given Effective Tension
Go
Created
Coordinate measured Downward from Top given Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Created
Cross Section Area of Steel given Effective Tension
Go
Created
Cross Section Area of Steel in Pipe given Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Created
Effective Tension given Buoyant Force acts in Direction opposite to Gravity Force
Go
Created
Length of Pipe Hanging given Lower Section of Drill String Length in Compression
Go
Created
Length of Pipe Hanging in Well given Effective Tension
Go
Created
Length of Pipe Hanging in Well given Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Created
Length of Pipe Hanging in Well given Vertical Force at Bottom End of Drill String
Go
Created
Lower Section of Drill String Length that is in Compression
Go
Created
Mass Density of Drilling Mud for Lower Section of Drill String Length in Compression
Go
Created
Mass Density of Drilling Mud given Vertical Force at Bottom End of Drill String
Go
Created
Mass Density of Drilling Mud when Buoyant Force acts in Direction opposite to Gravity Force
Go
Created
Mass Density of Steel for Lower Section of Drill String Length in Compression
Go
Created
Mass Density of Steel for Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Created
Mass Density of Steel when Buoyant Force acts in Direction opposite to Gravity Force
Go
Created
Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Created
Vertical Force at Bottom End of Drill String
Go
I-Beam
(6)
Verified
Breadth of Flange Given Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam
Go
Verified
Longitudinal Shear Stress in Flange at Lower Depth of I beam
Go
Verified
Moment of Inertia given Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam
Go
Verified
Polar Moment of Inertia given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Transverse Shear for Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I Beam
Go
Verified
Transverse Shear force given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam
Go
6 More I-Beam Calculators
Go
Infiltration Capacity Equation
(8)
Created
Darcy's Hydraulic Conductivity given Infiltration Capacity
Go
Created
Darcy's Hydraulic Conductivity given Infiltration Capacity from Philip's Equation
Go
Created
Equation for Infiltration Capacity
Go
Created
Infiltration rate by Horton's equation
Go
Created
Kostiakov Equation
Go
Created
Philip's Equation
Go
Created
Sorptivity for Cumulative Infiltration Capacity is from Philip's Equation
Go
Created
Sorptivity given Infiltration Capacity
Go
Inglis Formula (1930)
(3)
Created
Inglis Formula for Areas between 160 to 1000 square kilometers
Go
Created
Inglis Formula for Larger Areas
Go
Created
Inglis Formula for Small Areas (also applicable for fan shaped catchment)
Go
Inlet Currents and Tidal Elevations
(28)
Created
Average Area over Channel Length for Flow through Inlet into Bay
Go
Created
Average Area over Channel Length using King's Dimensionless Velocity
Go
Created
Average Velocity in Channel for Flow through Inlet into Bay
Go
Created
Bay Tide Amplitude given Tidal Prism Filling Bay
Go
Created
Change of Bay Elevation with Time for Flow through Inlet into Bay
Go
Created
Darcy - Weisbach Friction Term given Inlet Impedance
Go
Created
Dimensionless Parameter Function of Hydraulic Radius and Manning's Roughness Coefficient
Go
Created
Duration of Inflow given Inlet Channel Velocity
Go
Created
Entrance Energy Loss Coefficient given Inlet Impedance
Go
Created
Exit Energy Loss Coefficient given Inlet Impedance
Go
Created
Hydraulic Radius given Dimensionless Parameter
Go
Created
Inlet Channel Velocity
Go
Created
Inlet Friction Coefficient given Keulegan Repletion Coefficient
Go
Created
Inlet Friction Coefficient Parameter given Keulegan Repletion Coefficient
Go
Created
Inlet Hydraulic Radius given Inlet Impedance
Go
Created
Inlet Impedance
Go
Created
Inlet Length given Inlet Impedance
Go
Created
Keulegan Repletion Coefficient
Go
Created
King's Dimensionless Velocity
Go
Created
Manning's Roughness Coefficient using Dimensionless Parameter
Go
Created
Maximum Cross-Sectionally Averaged Velocity during Tidal Cycle
Go
Created
Maximum Cross-Sectionally Averaged Velocity during Tidal Cycle given Inlet Channel Velocity
Go
Created
Ocean Tide Amplitude using King's Dimensionless Velocity
Go
Created
Surface Area of Bay for Flow through Inlet into Bay
Go
Created
Surface Area of Bay given Tidal Prism Filling Bay
Go
Created
Surface Area of Bay using King's Dimensionless Velocity
Go
Created
Tidal Period using King's Dimensionless Velocity
Go
Created
Tidal Prism Filling Bay
Go
Interception
(5)
Created
Duration of Rainfall given Interception Loss
Go
Created
Evaporation Rate given Interception Loss
Go
Created
Interception Loss
Go
Created
Interception Storage given Interception Loss
Go
Created
Ratio of Vegetal Surface Area to its Projected Area given Interception Loss
Go
Intermediate and High Flows
(8)
Verified
Conveyance Function determined by Chezy's Law
Go
Created
Conveyance Function Determined by Manning's Law
Go
Verified
Cross-sectional Area using Chezy's Law
Go
Created
Cross-sectional Area using Manning's Law
Go
Created
Friction Slope
Go
Created
Instantaneous Discharge given Friction Slope
Go
Created
Wetted Perimeter from Manning's Law
Go
Verified
Wetted Perimeter using Chezy's Law
Go
Irregular Waves
(21)
Created
Average of Highest One Tenth of Runups
Go
Created
Average of Highest One Third of Runups
Go
Created
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter
Go
Created
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter given Average of Highest One Tenth of Runups
Go
Created
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter given Maximum Runup
Go
Created
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter given Mean Runup
Go
Created
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter given Runup
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Average of Highest One Tenth of Runups
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Average of Highest One Third of Runups
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Maximum Runup
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Mean Runup
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Runup Exceeded by 2 Percent of Runup Crests
Go
Created
Deepwater Wave Height given Surf Similarity Parameter
Go
Created
Deepwater Wavelength given Surf Similarity Parameter
Go
Created
Empirically Determined Functions of Beach Slope Parameter a
Go
Created
Empirically Determined Functions of Beach Slope Parameter b
Go
Created
Maximum Runup
Go
Created
Mean Runup
Go
Created
Runup Exceeded by 2 Percent of Runup Crests
Go
Created
Surf Similarity Parameter given Average of Highest One Third of Runups
Go
Created
Wave Period given Long Wave Simplification for Wavelength
Go
Jet Propulsion of Orifice Tank
(1)
Verified
Force exerted on Tank due to Jet
Go
6 More Jet Propulsion of Orifice Tank Calculators
Go
Jet Propulsion of Ships
(2)
Verified
Absolute Velocity of Issuing jet given Propelling Force
Go
Verified
Propelling Force
Go
8 More Jet Propulsion of Ships Calculators
Go
Jet Striking a Symmetrical Stationary Curved Vane at the Centre
(4)
Verified
Cross Sectional Area for Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet
Go
Verified
Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet on Stationary Curved Vane
Go
Verified
Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet when Theta is Zero
Go
Verified
Velocity for Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet
Go
Jet Striking an Unsymmetrical Stationary Curved Vane Tangentially at one of the Tips
(4)
Verified
Area of Cross Section for Force Exerted by Jet on Vane in x Direction
Go
Verified
Force exerted by jet on vane in x direction
Go
Verified
Specific weight for force exerted by jet on vane in x direction
Go
Verified
Velocity for force exerted by jet on vane in x direction
Go
4 More Jet Striking an Unsymmetrical Stationary Curved Vane Tangentially at one of the Tips Calculators
Go
Jet Velocity
(2)
Verified
Jet Velocity given Output Power
Go
Verified
Jet Velocity given Power Lost
Go
2 More Jet Velocity Calculators
Go
Job Mix Concrete Volume
(5)
Created
Gel-Space Ratio for Complete Hydration
Go
Verified
Target Mean Strength for Mix Design
Go
Created
Volume of Empty Capillary Pores
Go
Created
Volume of Products of Hydration Per Unit of Dry Cement
Go
Verified
Weight of Mixing Water in Batch
Go
5 More Job Mix Concrete Volume Calculators
Go
Khoslas's Formula (1960)
(5)
Created
Mean Monthly Temperature of Catchment given Monthly Losses
Go
Created
Monthly Losses given Mean Monthly Temperature of Catchment
Go
Created
Monthly Losses using Monthly Runoff
Go
Created
Monthly Precipitation given Monthly Runoff
Go
Created
Monthly Runoff
Go
Kinetic Energy
(4)
Created
Kinetic Energy due to Particle Motion
Go
Created
Kinetic Energy given Total Wave Energy
Go
Created
Wave Height given Kinetic Energy due to Particle Motion
Go
Created
Wavelength for Kinetic Energy due to Particle Motion
Go
Kirpich Equation(1940)
(6)
Created
Kirpich Adjustment Factor
Go
Created
Kirpich Equation
Go
Created
Kirpich equation for Time of Concentration
Go
Created
Maximum Length of Travel of Water
Go
Created
Slope of Catchment about given Time of Concentration
Go
Created
Time of Concentration from Kirpich Adjustment Factor
Go
Laminar Flow between Parallel Plates, both plates at rest
(9)
Verified
Discharge given Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
Verified
Discharge given Viscosity
Go
Verified
Distance between Plates given Discharge
Go
Verified
Distance between Plates given Maximum Velocity between Plates
Go
Verified
Distance between Plates given Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
Verified
Distance between Plates given Mean Velocity of Flow with Pressure Gradient
Go
Verified
Distance between Plates using Velocity Distribution Profile
Go
Verified
Maximum Shear Stress in fluid
Go
Verified
Maximum Velocity between Plates
Go
11 More Laminar Flow between Parallel Plates, both plates at rest Calculators
Go
Laminar Flow of Fluid in an Open Channel
(6)
Verified
Diameter of Section given Discharge per Unit Channel Width
Go
Verified
Diameter of Section given Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
Verified
Discharge per unit channel width
Go
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Mean Velocity of Flow in Section
Go
Verified
Slope of Channel given Discharge per Unit Channel Width
Go
Verified
Slope of Channel given Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
12 More Laminar Flow of Fluid in an Open Channel Calculators
Go
Landing Distance under Estimation of Runway Length
(4)
Created
Additional Distance required for Turns given Distance between Center lines
Go
Created
Distance between Center Lines of Runway and Parallel Taxiway
Go
Created
Equation for Landing Distance
Go
Created
Stopping Distance given Landing Distance
Go
Lap of Flange
(6)
Verified
Diameter of Wheel given Lap of Flange
Go
Verified
Extra Track Width in Curves
Go
Verified
Lap of Flange given Diameter of Wheel
Go
Verified
Lap of Flange given Extra Width of Track
Go
Verified
Radius of Curve given Extra Width
Go
Verified
Wheel Base given Extra Width
Go
Lateral Forces
(8)
Verified
Characteristic Length given Seat Load on Rail
Go
Verified
Maximum Contact Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Maximum Load on Rail Seat
Go
Verified
Radius of Wheel given Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Section Modulus of Rail given Seat Load
Go
Verified
Sleeper Spacing given Seat Load on Rail
Go
Verified
Static Wheel Load given Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Wheel Load given Seat Load
Go
Leaf Springs
(5)
Verified
Deflection in Leaf Spring given Moment
Go
Verified
Length given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity given Deflection in Leaf Spring and Moment
Go
Verified
Moment given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Moment of Inertia given Deflection in Leaf Spring
Go
Length of Crest
(7)
Verified
Length given Bazins Formula for Discharge if Velocity is not considered
Go
Verified
Length of Crest given Discharge Passing over Weir
Go
Verified
Length of Crest when Discharge and Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Length of Crest when Discharge and Velocity is not considered
Go
Verified
Length of Crest when Francis Formula Discharge and Velocity is considered
Go
Verified
Length of Crest when Francis Formula Discharge and Velocity is not considered
Go
Verified
Length when Bazins formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
2 More Length of Crest Calculators
Go
Linear Dispersion Relation of Linear Wave
(12)
Created
Angular Frequency of Wave
Go
Created
Dimensionless Wave Speed
Go
Created
Guo Formula of Linear Dispersion Relation
Go
Created
Guo Formula of Linear Dispersion Relation for Wave Number
Go
Created
Radian Frequency of Waves
Go
Created
Relative Wavelength
Go
Created
Velocity of Propagation in Linear Dispersion Relation
Go
Created
Velocity of Propagation in Linear Dispersion Relation given Wavelength
Go
Created
Wave Number for Steady Two-dimensional Waves
Go
Created
Wave Number of Convenient Empirical Explicit Approximation
Go
Created
Wave Period given Radian Frequency of Waves
Go
Created
Wavelength given Wave Number
Go
Liquid Containers Subjected To Constant Horizontal Acceleration
(4)
Verified
Angle of Inclination of Free Surface
Go
Verified
Constant Horizontal Acceleration given Angle of Inclination of Free Surface
Go
Verified
Total Force Exerted at Any Section on Container
Go
Verified
Vertical Depth below Surface for Gauge Pressure at any point in Liquid
Go
7 More Liquid Containers Subjected To Constant Horizontal Acceleration Calculators
Go
Load-Factor Design for Bridge Beams
(1)
Verified
Minimum Flange Thickness for Symmetrical Flexural Compact Section for LFD of Bridges
Go
13 More Load-Factor Design for Bridge Beams Calculators
Go
Local Fluid Velocity
(6)
Created
Horizontal Component of Local Fluid Velocity
Go
Created
Local Fluid Particle Acceleration of Horizontal Component
Go
Created
Local Fluid Particle Acceleration of Vertical Component of Fluid Velocity
Go
Created
Vertical Component of Local Fluid Velocity
Go
Created
Wave Period for Horizontal Component of Local Fluid Velocity
Go
Created
Wave Period for Vertical Component of Local Fluid Velocity
Go
Log-Pearson Type III Distribution
(8)
Created
Adjusted Coefficient of Skew
Go
Created
Coefficient of Skew of Variate Z given Adjusted Coefficient of Skew
Go
Created
Equation for Base Series of Z Variates
Go
Created
Equation for Z Series for any Recurrence Interval
Go
Created
Frequency Factor given Z Series for Recurrence Interval
Go
Created
Mean Series of Z Variates given Z Series for Recurrence Interval
Go
Created
Partial Duration Series
Go
Created
Sample Size given Adjusted Coefficient of Skew
Go
Longitudinal Shear Stress
(3)
Verified
Area given Longitudinal Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Breadth for given Longitudinal Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Moment of Inertia given Longitudinal Shear Stress
Go
1 More Longitudinal Shear Stress Calculators
Go
Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section
(2)
Verified
Average Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section
Go
Verified
Breadth given Average Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section
Go
5 More Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section Calculators
Go
Longitudinal Shear Stress for Solid Circular Section
(1)
Verified
Transverse Shear given Average Longitudinal Shear Stress for Solid Circular Section
Go
5 More Longitudinal Shear Stress for Solid Circular Section Calculators
Go
Longitudinal Stiffeners
(2)
Verified
Moment of Inertia of Longitudinal Stiffeners
Go
Verified
Web Thickness given Moment of Inertia of Longitudinal Stiffeners
Go
Longshore Current
(7)
Created
Beach Slope Modified for Wave Setup
Go
Created
Longshore Current at Mid-Surf Zone
Go
Created
Longshore Current Speed
Go
Created
Radiation Stress Component
Go
Created
Ratio of Wave Group Speed and Phase Speed
Go
Created
Root Mean Square Wave Height at Breaking given Longshore Current at Mid-Surf Zone
Go
Created
Wave Height given Radiation Stress Component
Go
Losses due to Creep and Shrinkage
(5)
Verified
Loss in Prestress given Creep Strain
Go
Verified
Loss in Prestress given Shrinkage Strain
Go
Verified
Shrinkage Strain for Post tensioning
Go
Verified
Ultimate Creep Strain
Go
Verified
Ultimate Shrinkage Strain given Loss in Prestress
Go
2 More Losses due to Creep and Shrinkage Calculators
Go
Low Flow
(2)
Created
Cease to Flow Depth given Depth at Gauging Station
Go
Created
Depth at Gauging Station
Go
2 More Low Flow Calculators
Go
Management of Construction Equipment
(11)
Verified
Average Investment if Salvage Value is not 0
Go
Verified
Average Investment when Salvage value is 0
Go
Verified
Book Value for New Machine
Go
Verified
Capacity of Crankcase when Quantity of Oil is Determined
Go
Verified
Capital Cost when Salvage Value is 0
Go
Verified
Depreciation Cost when Straight Line Method is Assumed
Go
Verified
Horsepower given Quantity of Oil
Go
Verified
Hourly Cost Worker
Go
Verified
Hourly Depreciation
Go
Verified
Life Span of Machine
Go
Verified
Quantity of Lubricating Oil
Go
Manning's Equation
(4)
Created
Hydraulic radius in Manning's formula
Go
Created
Hydraulic Radius using Manning Equation
Go
Created
Manning's Equation
Go
Created
Slope of Gradient of Stream Bed given Discharge in Manning's Equation
Go
Manning's Formula in Uniform Flow
(2)
Verified
Manning's Formula for Average Velocity
Go
Verified
Manning's Formula for Hydraulic Radius given Average Velocity
Go
5 More Manning's Formula in Uniform Flow Calculators
Go
Mass Transport Velocity
(2)
Created
Mass Transport Velocity to Second Order
Go
Created
Wave Height for Mass Transport Velocity to Second Order
Go
Materials
(7)
Verified
Creep Coefficient in European Code
Go
Verified
Empirical Formula for Secant Modulus Proposed by Hognestad in ACI Code
Go
Verified
Empirical Formula for Secant Modulus Proposed by Jensen
Go
Verified
Empirical Formula for Secant Modulus using ACI Code Provisions
Go
Verified
Instantaneous Strain given Cc
Go
Verified
Total Strain
Go
Verified
Total Strain given Creep Coefficient
Go
Materials Required per km of Railway Track
(10)
Verified
Number of Bearing Plates per km of Track
Go
Verified
Number of Bearing Plates per km of Track using Number of Rails
Go
Verified
Number of Dog Spikes per km of Track for Timber Sleepers
Go
Verified
Number of Fish Bolts per km of Track
Go
Verified
Number of Fish-Plates per km of Track
Go
Verified
Number of Rails using Bearing Plates
Go
Verified
Number of Rails using Fish Bolts
Go
Verified
Number of Rails using Fish Plates
Go
Verified
Number of Sleepers using Dog Spikes
Go
Verified
Number of Ssleepers using Bearing Plates
Go
13 More Materials Required per km of Railway Track Calculators
Go
Maximum Intensity-Duration-Frequency Relationship
(3)
Created
Duration given Maximum Intensity
Go
Created
Maximum Intensity in General Form
Go
Created
Return Period given Maximum Intensity
Go
Maximum Stress of a Triangular Section
(2)
Verified
Base of Triangular Section given Maximum Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Transverse Shear Force of Triangular Section given Shear Stress at Neutral Axis
Go
6 More Maximum Stress of a Triangular Section Calculators
Go
Maximum value of Rainfall Factor for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on the Norms
(13)
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Alluvial East Coast Areas for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Alluvial Indo Gangetic and Inland Areas for Known Max Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Alluvial West Coast Areas for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Consolidated Sandstone for Maximum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Granulite Facies for Known Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Laterite for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Low Clay Content for Known Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Massive Poorly Fractured Rocks
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Phyllites, Shales for Known Max Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Semi Consolidated Sandstone for Max Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Significant Clay Content for Known Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Vesicular and Jointed Basalt for Max Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Weathered Basalt for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
Go
Maximum Value of Specific Yield for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on Norms
(13)
Created
Possible Recharge in Clayey Alluvial Areas for Maximum Value of Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Karstified Limestone for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Laterite for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Limestone for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Low Clay Content for Maximum Value of Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Massive, Poorly Fractured Rock for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Phyllites, Shales for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Quartzite for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Sandstone for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Significant Clay Content for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Weathered Jointed Basalt for Maximum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Sandy Alluvial Areas for Maximum Value of Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Silty Alluvial Areas for Maximum Value of Specific Yield
Go
Measured Wind Directions
(19)
Created
Ambient Pressure at Periphery of Storm
Go
Created
Characteristic Wave Height given Dimensionless Wave Height
Go
Created
Cyclostrophic Approximation to Wind Speed
Go
Created
Dimensionless Fetch
Go
Created
Dimensionless Fetch given Fetch-limited Dimensionless Wave Height
Go
Created
Dimensionless Wave Frequency
Go
Created
Dimensionless Wave Height
Go
Created
Direction in Cartesian Coordinate System
Go
Created
Direction in Standard Meteorological Terms
Go
Created
Distance from Center of Storm Circulation to Location of Maximum Wind Speed
Go
Created
Fetch-Limited Dimensionless Wave Height
Go
Created
Frequency of Spectral Peak for Dimensionless Wave Frequency
Go
Created
Friction Velocity for Dimensionless Wave Frequency
Go
Created
Friction Velocity given Dimensionless Fetch
Go
Created
Friction Velocity given Dimensionless Wave Height
Go
Created
Fully Developed Wave Height
Go
Created
Maximum Velocity in Storm
Go
Created
Pressure Profile in Hurricane Winds
Go
Created
Wind Speed given Fully Developed Wave Height
Go
Measurement Methods
(2)
Created
Mean River Velocity in Float Method
Go
Created
Surface Velocity of River in Float Method
Go
Measurement of Velocity
(12)
Created
Average Stream Velocity given Minimum Weight
Go
Created
Average Velocity in Moderately Deep Streams
Go
Created
Average Velocity obtained by using Reduction Factor
Go
Created
Depth of Flow at Vertical given Sounding Weights
Go
Created
Distance Travelled given Surface Velocity
Go
Created
Revolutions per Second of Horizontal Axis Meter given Stream Velocity
Go
Created
Sounding Weights
Go
Created
Stream Velocity at Instrument Location
Go
Created
Surface Velocity
Go
Created
Surface Velocity given Average of Velocity
Go
Created
Time of Distance Travelled given Surface Velocity
Go
Created
Velocity Distribution in Rough Turbulent Flow
Go
Methods to Predict Channel Shoaling
(14)
Created
Change of Ebb Tidal Energy Flux across Ocean Bar between Natural and Channel Conditions
Go
Created
Coefficient given Water Surface Slope by Eckman
Go
Created
Density of Water given Water Surface Slope
Go
Created
Depth after Dredging given Transport Ratio
Go
Created
Depth before Dredging given Transport Ratio
Go
Created
Depth of Navigation Channel given Depth of Channel to depth at which Ocean Bar meets Sea Bottom
Go
Created
Hoerls Special Function Distribution
Go
Created
Maximum Instantaneous Ebb Tide Discharge per Unit Width
Go
Created
Ratio of Depth of Channel to Depth at which Seaward Slope of Ocean Bar Meets Sea Bottom
Go
Created
Shear Stress at Water Surface given Water Surface Slope
Go
Created
Tidal Period given Change of Ebb Tidal Energy Flux across Ocean Bar
Go
Created
Transport Ratio
Go
Created
Water Depth where Seaward Tip of Ocean Bar meets Offshore Sea Bottom
Go
Created
Water Surface Slope
Go
Minimum Eccentricity in Design of RCC Columns
(3)
Verified
Axial Load carrying Capacity of Column
Go
Verified
Minimum Eccentricity
Go
Verified
Unsupported Length of Column given Minimum Eccentricity
Go
Minimum Value of Rainfall Factor for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on the Norms
(13)
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas consisting Vesicular and Jointed Basalt
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas consisting Weathered Basalt
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas of Massive Poorly Fractured Rocks
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas of Significant Clay content for Known Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Consolidated Sandstone
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Granulite Facies for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Laterite for Known Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Low Clay content for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Phyllites, Shales given Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Semi Consolidated Sandstone for Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Indo Gangetic and Inland Alluvial Areas for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in Silty Alluvial Areas for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Created
Recharge from Rainfall in West Coast Alluvial Areas for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Minimum Value of Specific Yield for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on Norms
(13)
Created
Possible Recharge in Clayey Alluvial Area given Minimum value of Specific Yield for Area
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Kartstified Limestone given Minimum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible recharge in hard rock area with laterite for minimum specific yield of area
Go
Created
Possible recharge in hard rock area with limestone given minimum specific yield of area
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Low Clay Content given Minimum value of Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Massive, poorly fractured Rock
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Phyllites, Shales given Minimum Specific Yield
Go
Created
Possible recharge in hard rock area with quartzite given minimum specific yield
Go
Created
Possible recharge in hard rock area with sandstone for minimum specific yield
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with significant Clay Content
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Weathered or Vesicular, Jointed Basalt
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Sandy Alluvial Area given Minimum value of Specific Yield for Area
Go
Created
Possible Recharge in Silty Alluvial Area given Minimum value of Specific Yield for Area
Go
Modified Darcy's Laws
(6)
Created
Flow through any square for total flow
Go
Created
Flow through any Square using Darcy's law for Groundwater Flow Nets
Go
Created
Number of squares through which flow occurs
Go
Created
Quantity of water in steady state unsaturated downward movement
Go
Created
Quantity of water in steady state unsaturated flow in direction of upward movement
Go
Created
Total flow through any set or group of equipotential lines
Go
Modified Pul's Method
(2)
Created
Storage at Beginning of Time Interval in Modified Pul's Method
Go
Created
Storage at End of Time Interval in Modified Pul's Method
Go
Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation
(6)
Created
Crop Management Factor given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Created
Peak Rate of Runoff given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Created
Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Created
Storm Runoff Volume given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Created
Support Cultivation Practice given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Created
Topographic Factor given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete
(1)
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete
Go
Modulus of Rupture
(2)
Verified
Modulus of Rupture of Rectangular Sample in Four-Point Bending
Go
Verified
Modulus of Rupture of Rectangular Sample in Three-Point Bending
Go
Momentum Theory of Propellers
(4)
Verified
Flow Velocity given Power Lost
Go
Verified
Output Power given Rate of Flow through Propeller
Go
Verified
Power Lost
Go
Verified
Rate of Flow given Power Lost
Go
10 More Momentum Theory of Propellers Calculators
Go
Mooring
(5)
Created
Effective Spring Constant given Undamped Natural Period
Go
Created
Length of Mooring Line given percent Elongation in Mooring Line
Go
Created
Mass of Vessel due to Inertial Effects of Water entrained with Vessel
Go
Created
Percent Elongation in Mooring Line
Go
Created
Virtual Mass of Vessel given Undamped Natural Period
Go
Mooring Forces
(26)
Created
Angle of Current Relative to Longitudinal Axis of Vessel given Reynolds Number
Go
Created
Angular Velocity of Earth for Velocity at Surface
Go
Created
Area Ratio given Expanded or Developed Blade Area of Propeller
Go
Created
Average Current Speed given Reynolds Number
Go
Created
Coefficient of Drag for Winds Measured at 10 m given Drag Force due to Wind
Go
Created
Density of Water given Velocity at Surface
Go
Created
Depth given Velocity at Surface
Go
Created
Displacement of Vessel for Wetted Surface Area of Vessel
Go
Created
Drag Force due to Wind
Go
Created
Elevation given Velocity at Desired Elevation
Go
Created
Expanded or Developed Blade Area of Propeller
Go
Created
Kinematic Viscosity of Water given Reynolds Number
Go
Created
Latitude given Velocity at Surface
Go
Created
Mass Density of Air given Drag Force due to Wind
Go
Created
Projected Area of Vessel above Waterline given Drag Force due to Wind
Go
Created
Shear Stress at Water Surface given Velocity at Surface
Go
Created
Total Longitudinal Current Load on Vessel
Go
Created
Velocity at Desired Elevation
Go
Created
Velocity at Surface given Shear Stress at Water Surface
Go
Created
Vessel Beam given Expanded or Developed Blade Area of Propeller
Go
Created
Waterline Length of Vessel for Wetted Surface Area of Vessel
Go
Created
Waterline Length of Vessel given Expanded or Developed Blade Area
Go
Created
Waterline Length of Vessel given Reynolds Number
Go
Created
Wetted Surface Area of Vessel
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Standard Elevation of 10 m above Water's Surface using Drag Force due to Wind
Go
Created
Wind Speed at Standard Elevation of 10 m given Velocity at Desired Elevation
Go
Most Economical Pipe
(2)
Verified
Allowable Unit Stress given Most Economical Pipe Diameter for Distribution System
Go
Verified
Darcy Weisbach Friction Factor for Most Economical Pipe Diameter for Distribution System
Go
6 More Most Economical Pipe Calculators
Go
Movement of Sediments from Watersheds
(3)
Created
Equation for Sediment Delivery Ratio
Go
Created
Watershed Length when Sediment Delivery Ratio is considered
Go
Created
Watershed Relief when Sediment Delivery Ratio is considered
Go
Multiple Inlets
(5)
Created
Maximum Velocity in Inlet Throat given Total Maximum Discharge
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Ocean Tide Amplitude given Total Maximum Discharge for Total of all Inlets
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Surface Area of Bay or Basin given Total Maximum Discharge
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Tidal Period given Total Maximum Discharge for Total of all Inlets
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Total Maximum Discharge for Total of all Inlets
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Muskingum Equation
(3)
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Change in Storage in Muskingum Method of Routing
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Muskingum Equation
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Muskingum Routing Equation
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Nails and Spikes
(3)
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Allowable Load per Inch of Penetration into Member Receiving Point
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Diameter of Nail or Spike given Allowable Load per Inch of Penetration
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Total Allowable Lateral Load for Nail or Spike
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Nash's Conceptual Model
(6)
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Equation for Inflow from Continuity Equation
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Ordinates of Instantaneous Unit Hydrograph representing IUH of Catchment
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Outflow in First Reservoir
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Outflow in nth Reservoir
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Outflow in Second Reservoir
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Outflow in Third Reservoir
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Natural Flow
(7)
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Change in Storage Volumes
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Natural Flow Volume
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Net Evaporation Losses from Reservoir on Stream
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Net Export of Water from Basin
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Observed Flow Volume at Terminal Site given Natural Flow Volume
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Volume Diverted Out of Stream
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Volume of Return Flow
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Nearshore Currents
(6)
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Oscillatory Flow due to Infragravity Waves
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Oscillatory Flow due to Wind Waves
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Steady Current driven by Breaking Waves
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Tidal Current given Total Current in Surf Zone
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Total Current in Surf Zone
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Wind Driven Current given Total Current in Surf Zone
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Newton’s Friction Postulation
(9)
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Dynamic Viscosity given Kinematic Viscosity
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Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid given Fluid Filling Width between Plates
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Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid given Shear Force per Unit Area or Shear Stress
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Fluid Filling Width between Plates given Shear Force Per Unit Area or Shear Stress
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Mass Density of Fluid for given Kinematic Viscosity
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Relationship between Dynamic Viscosity and Kinematic Viscosity
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Shear Force Per Unit Area or Shear Stress
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Velocity Gradient given Shear Force per unit Area or Shear Stress
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Velocity of Upper Plate given Shear force per unit Area or Shear Stress
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Non-Linear Wave Theory
(14)
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First Type of Mean Fluid Speed
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Mean Depth given Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
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Mean Depth given Ursell Number
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Mean Depth in Stokes' Second Approximation to Wave Speed if there is no Mass Transport
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Relative Height of Highest Wave as Function of Wavelength Obtained by Fenton
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Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
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Stokes' Second Approximation to Wave Speed if there is no Mass Transport
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Ursell Number
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Volume Flow Rate in Stokes' Second Approximation to Wave Speed if there is no Mass Transport
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Volume Flow Rate per unit Span Underneath Waves given Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
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Wave Height given Ursell Number
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Wave Speed given First Type of Mean Fluid Speed
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Wave Speed given Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
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Wavelength given Ursell Number
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Non-Uniform Flow
(13)
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Area of Channel with known Conveyance of Channel at Section 1
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Area of Channel with known Conveyance of Channel at Section 2
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Average Conveyance of Channel for Non-Uniform Flow
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Average Energy Slope given Average Conveyance for Non-Uniform Flow
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Average Energy Slope given Frictional Loss
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Conveyance of Channel at End Sections at 1
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Conveyance of Channel at End Sections at 2
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Conveyance of Channel for Non-Uniform Flow for End Section
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Conveyance of Channel for Non-Uniform Flow for End Sections
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Conveyance of Channel given Discharge in Non-Uniform Flow
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Discharge in Non-Uniform Flow by Conveyance Method
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Frictional Loss given Average Energy Slope
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Length of Reach given Average Energy Slope for Non-Uniform Flow
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Normal Radial Pressure of Arch Dams
(1)
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Normal Radial Pressure at centerline given Thrust at Crown of Arch Dam
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3 More Normal Radial Pressure of Arch Dams Calculators
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Normal Takeoff Cases under Estimation of Runway Length
(8)
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Clearway Distance
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Clearway Distance given Field Length
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Field Length
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Full Strength Pavement Distance
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Lift off Distance given Clearway Distance
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Takeoff Distance given Clearway Distance
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Takeoff Distance given Takeoff Run
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Takeoff Run
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Number of Connectors in Bridges
(1)
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Ultimate Shear Connector Strength given Number of Connectors in Bridges
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17 More Number of Connectors in Bridges Calculators
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One Dimensional Dupit's Flow with Recharge
(8)
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Coefficient of Aquifer Permeability considering Discharge per Unit Width of Aquifer
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Coefficient of Aquifer Permeability given Maximum Height of Water Table
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Coefficient of Aquifer Permeability given Water Table Profile
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Discharge at Downstream Water Body of Catchment
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Discharge Entering Drain per Unit Length of Drain
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Discharge per Unit Width of Aquifer at any Location x
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Equation for Water Divide
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Equation of Head for Unconfined Aquifer on Horizontal Impervious Base
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Open and Closed Basins
(3)
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Basin Length along Axis for Closed Basin
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Number of Nodes along Long Basin Axis in Closed Basin
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Number of Nodes along Long Basin Axis in Open Basin
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Open Rectangular Basin and Seiches
(8)
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Length of Basin for Open Rectangular Basin
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Length of Basin given Natural Free Oscillating Period of Basin
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Natural Free Oscillating Period of Basin
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Natural Free Oscillating Period of Basin for Open Rectangular Basin
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Number of Nodes along Axis of Basin for Open Rectangular Basin
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Number of Nodes along Axis of Basin given Natural Free Oscillating Period of Basin
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Water Depth for Open Rectangular Basin
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Water Depth given Natural Free Oscillating Period of Basin
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Open Wells
(3)
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Depression Head for Flow Discharge into Well
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Flow Discharge into Well
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Proportionality Constant for Flow Discharge into Well
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OSD
(2)
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Acceleration of Vehicle given Total Time of Travel in Overtaking Sight distance
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Verified
Minimum Spacing between Vehicles during Overtaking
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8 More OSD Calculators
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Other Formulae
(3)
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Baird and McIllwraith (1951) Formula for Maximum Flood Discharge
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Fuller's formula for Maximum Flood Discharge
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Jarvis Formula for Peak Discharge
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Parabola
(1)
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Tension at Midspan given Parabolic Equation for Cable Slope
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2 More Parabola Calculators
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Parametric Spectrum Models
(16)
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Dimensionless Time
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Fetch Length given Frequency at Spectral Peak
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Fetch Length given Scaling Parameter
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Frequency at Spectral Peak
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JONSWAP Spectrum for Fetch-limited Seas
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Maximum Controlling Parameter for Angular Distribution
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Phillip's Equilibrium Range of Spectrum for Fully Developed Sea in Deep Water
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Scaling Parameter
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Shape Factor for Higher Frequency Component
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Significant Wave Height given Significant Wave Height of Lower and Higher Frequency Components
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Significant Wave Height of Higher Frequency Component
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Significant Wave Height of Lower Frequency Component
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Weighing Factor for Angular Frequency Lesser than or Equal to One
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Wind Speed at Elevation 10m above Sea Surface given Frequency at Spectral Peak
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Wind Speed at Elevation 10m above Sea Surface given Scaling Parameter
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Wind Speed given Maximum Controlling Parameter for Angular Distribution