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Heat Loss due to Pipe
Heat Loss due to Pipe=(Force*Length*Fluid Velocity^2)/(2*Diameter *Acceleration Due To Gravity) GO
Reynolds Number for Circular Tubes
Reynolds Number=Density*Fluid Velocity*Diameter /Dynamic viscosity GO
Perimeter of a Semicircle when circumference of circle is given
Perimeter=(Circumference of Circle/2)+Diameter GO
Diameter of circumscribing sphere when diameter and height of circumscribed cylinder is known
Diameter of Sphere=sqrt(Diameter ^2+Height^2) GO
Cutting Speed
Cutting Speed=pi*Diameter *Angular Speed GO
Area of a Circle when diameter is given
Area of Circle=(pi/4)*Diameter ^2 GO
Perimeter of a quarter circle when diameter is given
Perimeter=Diameter *((pi/4)+1) GO
Perimeter of a Semicircle when diameter is given
Perimeter=Diameter *((pi/2)+1) GO
Area of a quarter circle when diameter is given
Area=(pi*(Diameter )^2)/16 GO
Area of a Semicircle when diameter is given
Area=(pi*(Diameter )^2)/8 GO
Radius of a circle when diameter is given
Radius=Diameter /2 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Moment of inertia of hollow rectangle about centroidal axis x-x parallel to breadth
Area Moment Of Inertia=((Breadth of rectangle*Length of rectangle^3)-(Inner breadth of hollow rectangle*Inner length of hollow rectangle^3))/12 GO
Minimum Moment of Inertia of a Transverse Stiffener
Area Moment Of Inertia=Spacing of Stirrups*Breadth of the web^3*(2.5*Overall depth of column^2/Breadth of the web^2-2) GO
Moment of inertia of hollow circle about diametrical axis
Area Moment Of Inertia=(pi/64)*(Outer diameter of circular section^4-Inner Diameter of Circular Section^4) GO
Moment of Inertia from bending moment and bending stress
Area Moment Of Inertia=(Bending moment*Distance from neutral axis)/Bending Stress GO
Moment of inertia of rectangle about centroidal axis along x-x parallel to breadth
Area Moment Of Inertia=Breadth of rectangle*(Length of rectangle^3/12) GO
Moment of inertia of rectangle about centroidal axis along y-y parallel to length
Area Moment Of Inertia=Length of rectangle*(Breadth of rectangle^3)/12 GO
Moment of inertia of triangle about centroidal axis x-x parallel to base
Area Moment Of Inertia=(Base of triangle*Height of triangle^3)/36 GO
Moment of inertia if radius of gyration is known
Area Moment Of Inertia=Area of cross section*Radius of gyration^2 GO
Smallest Moment of Inertia Allowable at Worst Section for Wrought Iron
Area Moment Of Inertia=Allowable Load*(Length of column^2) GO
Moment of inertia of rectangular cross-section along centroidal axis parallel to length
Area Moment Of Inertia=((Length^3)*Breadth)/12 GO
Moment of inertia of a circular cross-section about the diameter
Area Moment Of Inertia=pi*(Diameter ^4)/64 GO

Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis Formula

Area Moment Of Inertia=(pi*Diameter ^4)/64
I=(pi*d^4)/64
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Coefficient of Friction GO
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Angle of repose GO
Minimum force required to slide a body on rough horizontal plane GO
Effort required to move the body up the plane neglecting friction GO
Effort required to move the body down the plane neglecting friction GO
Effort applied to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane considering friction GO
Effort applied to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane considering friction GO
Effort applied perpendicular to inclined plane to move the body in upward direction considering friction GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in upward direction considering friction GO
Effort applied perpendicular to inclined plane to move the body in upward/downward direction neglecting friction GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in upward/downward direction neglecting friction GO
Effort applied perpendicular to inclined plane to move the body in downward direction considering friction GO
Effort applied parallel to inclined plane to move the body in downward direction considering friction GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied horizontally to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied parallel to move the body in upward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied horizontally to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane GO
Efficiency of inclined plane when effort applied parallel to move the body in downward direction on inclined plane GO
Total torque required to overcome friction in rotating a screw GO
Resultant of two forces acting on a particle with an angle(θ) GO
Inclination of resultant of two forces acting on a particle GO
Resultant of two forces acting on a particle at 90° GO
Resultant of two forces acting on a particle at 0° GO
Resultant of two forces acting on a particle at 180° GO
Resolution of force with angle (θ) along horizontal direction GO
Resolution of force with angle (θ) along vertical direction GO
Mechanical advantage if load and effort is known GO
Effort required by machine to overcome resistance to get work done GO
Load lifted if effort and mechanical advantage is known GO
Work done by effort GO
Useful work output of the machine GO
Ideal effort if load and velocity ratio is known GO
Ideal load if velocity ratio and effort is known GO
Torque required while load is ascending in screw jack GO
Torque required while load is descending in screw jack GO
Radius of gyration if moment of inertia and area is known GO
Moment of inertia if radius of gyration is known GO
Force of attraction between two masses separated by distance GO
Frictional effort lost GO
Net shortening of the chain in weston's differential pulley block GO
Net shortening of the string in worm gear pulley block GO
Angle of banking GO
Superelevation in railways GO
Maximum velocity to avoid overturning of a vehicle along a level circular path GO
Maximum velocity to avoid skidding away of a vehicle along a level circular path GO
Horizontal component of velocity of a particle projected upwards from a point at an angle GO
Vertical component of velocity of a particle projected upwards from a point at an angle GO
Initial velocity of a particle, if horizontal component of velocity is known GO
Initial velocity of a particle, if vertical component of velocity is known GO
Time of flight of a projectile on a horizontal plane GO
Initial velocity of a particle, if time of flight of a projectile is known GO
Horizontal range of a projectile GO
Horizontal range of a projectile, if horizontal velocity and time of flight is known GO
Maximum horizontal range of a projectile GO
Initial velocity, if maximum horizontal range of a projectile is known GO
Maximum height of a projectile on a horizontal plane GO
Maximum height of a projectile on a horizontal plane, if average vertical velocity is known GO
Velocity of projectile at a given height above the point of projection GO
Direction of projectile at a given height above the point of projection GO
Momentum GO
velocity of body, if momentum is known GO
Initial momentum GO
Final momentum GO
Rate of change of momentum if acceleration and mass is known GO
Rate of change of momentum if initial and final velocities are known GO
Downward force due to mass of the lift, when the lift is moving upwards GO
Net upward force on lift, when the lift is moving upwards GO
Reaction of the lift, when the lift is moving upwards GO
Net downward force, when the lift is moving downwards GO
Reaction of the lift, when the lift is moving downwards GO
Force exerted by the mass carried by the lift on its floor, when the lift is moving upwards GO
Tension in the cable, when the lift is moving upwards with mass GO
Normal reaction on the inclined plane due to mass of the body. GO
Moment of a force GO
Resultant of two like parallel forces GO
Resultant of two unlike parallel forces unequal in magnitude GO
Moment of the couple GO
Angular velocity of a body moving in a circle GO
Angular velocity if linear velocity is known GO
Angular acceleration if linear acceleration is known GO
Final angular velocity GO
Initial angular velocity GO
Angular displacement GO
Average angular velocity GO

What is moment of inertia?

Moment of inertia is defined as the quantity expressed by the body resisting angular acceleration which is the sum of the product of the mass of every particle with its square of a distance from the axis of rotation.

How to Calculate Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis?

Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis calculator uses Area Moment Of Inertia=(pi*Diameter ^4)/64 to calculate the Area Moment Of Inertia, The Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis formula is defined as the 1/64 times of product of Archimedes' constant (pi) and diameter raised to power 4. Area Moment Of Inertia and is denoted by I symbol.

How to calculate Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis, enter Diameter (d) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis calculation can be explained with given input values -> 490.8739 = (pi*10^4)/64.

FAQ

What is Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis?
The Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis formula is defined as the 1/64 times of product of Archimedes' constant (pi) and diameter raised to power 4 and is represented as I=(pi*d^4)/64 or Area Moment Of Inertia=(pi*Diameter ^4)/64. Diameter is a straight line passing from side to side through the center of a body or figure, especially a circle or sphere.
How to calculate Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis?
The Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis formula is defined as the 1/64 times of product of Archimedes' constant (pi) and diameter raised to power 4 is calculated using Area Moment Of Inertia=(pi*Diameter ^4)/64. To calculate Moment of inertia of circle about diametrical axis, you need Diameter (d). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Diameter and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Area Moment Of Inertia?
In this formula, Area Moment Of Inertia uses Diameter . We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=Allowable Load*(Length of column^2)
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=(Bending moment*Distance from neutral axis)/Bending Stress
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=((Length^3)*Breadth)/12
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=Area of cross section*Radius of gyration^2
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=Breadth of rectangle*(Length of rectangle^3/12)
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=Length of rectangle*(Breadth of rectangle^3)/12
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=((Breadth of rectangle*Length of rectangle^3)-(Inner breadth of hollow rectangle*Inner length of hollow rectangle^3))/12
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=(Base of triangle*Height of triangle^3)/36
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=(pi/64)*(Outer diameter of circular section^4-Inner Diameter of Circular Section^4)
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=pi*(Diameter ^4)/64
  • Area Moment Of Inertia=Spacing of Stirrups*Breadth of the web^3*(2.5*Overall depth of column^2/Breadth of the web^2-2)
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