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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Exact Density Ratio
Density ratio=((Specific Heat Ratio+1)*((Mach Number*(sin(Wave angle)))^2))/((Specific Heat Ratio-1)*((Mach Number*(sin(Wave angle)))^2)+2) GO
Temperature ratio when Mach becomes infinite
Temperature Ratio=(2*Specific Heat Ratio*(Specific Heat Ratio-1))*((Mach Number*sin(Wave angle))^2)/(Specific Heat Ratio+1)^2 GO
Ratio of stagnation and static pressure
Stagnation to Static Pressure=(1+(((Specific Heat Ratio-1)/2)*(Mach Number^2)))^(Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio-1)) GO
Ratio of Stagnation and Static Density
Stagnation to Static Density=(1+(((Specific Heat Ratio-1)/2)*(Mach Number^2)))^(1/(Specific Heat Ratio-1)) GO
Relation between Characteristic Mach number and Mach number
Characteristic Mach number=((Specific heat ratio+1)/((Specific heat ratio-1)+(2/(Mach Number^2))))^0.5 GO
Exact pressure ratio
pressure ratio=1+(2*Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio+1))*(((Mach Number*sin(Wave angle))^2)-1) GO
Pressure ratio when Mach becomes infinite
pressure ratio=(2*Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio+1))*((Mach Number*sin(Wave angle))^2) GO
Exact relation for pressure coefficient behind an oblique shock wave
Pressure coefficient=(4/(Specific Heat Ratio+1))*(((sin(Wave angle))^2)-(1/Mach Number^2)) GO
Ratio of Stagnation and Static Temperature
Stagnation to Static Temperature=1+(((Specific Heat Ratio-1)/2)*(Mach Number^2)) GO
Dynamic pressure for given specific heat ratio and Mach number
Dynamic Pressure=Specific heat ratio*Static pressure*(Mach Number^2)/2 GO
Mach Angle
Mach Angle=asin(1/Mach Number) GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Radius of the circumcircle of a triangle
Radius=((Side A)*(Side B)*(Side C))/4*(sqrt(Semiperimeter *(Semiperimeter -Side A)*(Semiperimeter -Side B)*(Semiperimeter -Side C))) GO
Radius Of The Orbit
Radius=(Quantum Number*Plancks Constant)/(2*pi*Mass*Velocity) GO
Bohr's Radius
Radius=(Quantum Number/Atomic number)*0.529*10^-10 GO
Inner radius of a hallow cylinder
Radius=(Inner curved surface area)/(2*pi*Height) GO
Radius of circle when area of sector and angle are given
Radius=(2*Area of Sector/Central Angle)^0.5 GO
Outer radius of hollow cylinder
Radius=(Outer surface area)/(2*pi*Height) GO
Radius of a circle when circumference is given
Radius=(Circumference of Circle)/(pi*2) GO
Radius of a circle when area is given
Radius=sqrt(Area of Circle/pi) GO
Radius of Sphere
Radius=(1/2)*sqrt(Area/pi) GO
Radius of the circumscribed circle of an equilateral triangle if given side
Radius=Side/sqrt(3) GO
Radius of a circle when diameter is given
Radius=Diameter /2 GO

Nose radius of cylinder-wedge Formula

Radius=Local shock-detachment distance/((0.386*exp(4.67/(Mach Number^2))))
r=𝛿/((0.386*exp(4.67/(M^2))))
More formulas
Grid point calculation for shock waves GO
Mach wave behind the shock GO
Mach wave behind the shock with mach infinity GO
Local shock velocity equation GO
Pressure ratio for unsteady waves GO
Pressure ratio for unsteady waves with subtracted induced mass motion for expansion waves GO
Temperature ratio for unsteady compression waves GO
Temperature ratio for unsteady expansion wave GO
New pressure after the shock formation for compression wave GO
New pressure after the shock formation, subtracted to velocity for expansion wave GO
Density before shock formation for compression wave GO
Density before the shock formation for expansion wave GO
Ratio of new and old temperature GO
Ratio of new and old temperature for expansion waves GO
Detachment distance of sphere cone GO
Nose radius of sphere cone GO
Detachment distance of cylinder-wedge GO

What is a shock wave?

The shock wave, a strong pressure wave in an elastic medium such as air, water, or a solid substance, produced by supersonic aircraft, explosions, lightning, or other phenomena that create violent changes in pressure.

How to Calculate Nose radius of cylinder-wedge?

Nose radius of cylinder-wedge calculator uses Radius=Local shock-detachment distance/((0.386*exp(4.67/(Mach Number^2)))) to calculate the Radius, The Nose radius of cylinder-wedge formula is defined as the ratio of shock wave detachment distance to the exponent of inverse of the square of mach number at infinity. Radius and is denoted by r symbol.

How to calculate Nose radius of cylinder-wedge using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Nose radius of cylinder-wedge, enter Local shock-detachment distance (𝛿) and Mach Number (M) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Nose radius of cylinder-wedge calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.002428 = 0.001/((0.386*exp(4.67/(1^2)))).

FAQ

What is Nose radius of cylinder-wedge?
The Nose radius of cylinder-wedge formula is defined as the ratio of shock wave detachment distance to the exponent of inverse of the square of mach number at infinity and is represented as r=𝛿/((0.386*exp(4.67/(M^2)))) or Radius=Local shock-detachment distance/((0.386*exp(4.67/(Mach Number^2)))). Local shock-detachment distance , is the distance of shock formation from leading edge and Mach number is a dimensionless quantity representing the ratio of flow velocity past a boundary to the local speed of sound.
How to calculate Nose radius of cylinder-wedge?
The Nose radius of cylinder-wedge formula is defined as the ratio of shock wave detachment distance to the exponent of inverse of the square of mach number at infinity is calculated using Radius=Local shock-detachment distance/((0.386*exp(4.67/(Mach Number^2)))). To calculate Nose radius of cylinder-wedge, you need Local shock-detachment distance (𝛿) and Mach Number (M). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Local shock-detachment distance and Mach Number 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 Radius?
In this formula, Radius uses Local shock-detachment distance and Mach Number. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Radius=(Circumference of Circle)/(pi*2)
  • Radius=sqrt(Area of Circle/pi)
  • Radius=Diameter /2
  • Radius=(Quantum Number/Atomic number)*0.529*10^-10
  • Radius=(Quantum Number*Plancks Constant)/(2*pi*Mass*Velocity)
  • Radius=(1/2)*sqrt(Area/pi)
  • Radius=(2*Area of Sector/Central Angle)^0.5
  • Radius=(Inner curved surface area)/(2*pi*Height)
  • Radius=(Outer surface area)/(2*pi*Height)
  • Radius=((Side A)*(Side B)*(Side C))/4*(sqrt(Semiperimeter *(Semiperimeter -Side A)*(Semiperimeter -Side B)*(Semiperimeter -Side C)))
  • Radius=Side/sqrt(3)
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