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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Length of weir or notch for velocity of approach
Length=Discharge/((2/3)*coefficient of discharging*sqrt(2*[g])*(((initial height of liquid+final height of liquid)^1.5)-(final height of liquid^1.5))) GO
Cross-sectional area when Discharge is given from Manning's equation
Cross sectional area=(Discharge*Manning’s Roughness Coefficient)/(hydraulic radius^(2/3)*Bed Slope^(1/2)) GO
Slope of Gradient of the Stream bed when Discharge is given in Manning's equation
Bed Slope=((Discharge*Manning’s Roughness Coefficient)/(Cross sectional area*(hydraulic radius^2/3)))^2 GO
Hydraulic radius when Discharge is given in Manning equation
hydraulic radius=(Discharge*Manning’s Roughness Coefficient)/(Cross sectional area*Bed Slope^1/2)^(2/3) GO
Cease-to-flow Depth when Depth at the Gauging Station given
Cease-to-flow Depth=Depth at the Gauging Station-Head at the Control*(Discharge)-Terms of Order^2 GO
Depth at the Gauging Station
Depth at the Gauging Station=Cease-to-flow Depth+Head at the Control*(Discharge)+Terms of Order^2 GO
Length of weir or notch without velocity of approach
Length=Discharge/((2/3)*coefficient of discharging*sqrt(2*[g])*(initial height of liquid^1.5)) GO
Length of weir considering Francis's formula
Length=Discharge/(1.84*(((initial height of liquid+head due to Va)^1.5)-(head due to Va^1.5))) GO
Velocity of piston during retraction
Velocity=Discharge/(Area of piston-Area of piston rod) GO
Estimated Distance when Discharge is given in Tracer Method
Estimated Distance=50*sqrt(Discharge) GO
Velocity of piston during extension
Velocity=Discharge/Area of piston GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Power transmittted by a belt
Power=(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)* Velocity of the belt GO
Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits When Current Is Given
Power=Electric Current*Electric Current*Resistance*cos(Theta) GO
Power when electric potential difference and electric current are given
Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current GO
Power, when electric potential difference and resistance are given,
Power=Electric Potential Difference^2/Resistance GO
Power In Single-Phase AC Circuits
Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta) GO
Power Generated When The Armature Current Is Given
Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current GO
Converted Power
Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current GO
Power, when electric current and resistance are given
Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance GO
Power Generated When Torque is Given
Power=Angular Speed*Torque GO
Gross Mechanical Power
Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power GO
Output Power
Power=Voltage*Load current GO

Power required to maintain the turbulent flow Formula

Power=(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge*head loss due to friction)/1000
P=(ρ <sub>f</sub>*[g]*Q*h <sub>f</sub>)/1000
More formulas
Shear velocity for turbulent flow in pipes GO
Shear stress developed for turbulent flow in pipes GO
Roughness Reynold number for turbulent flow in pipes GO
Average height of irregularities for turbulent flow in pipes GO
Head loss due to friction for power required and discharge in turbulent flow GO
Discharge through pipe for power required and head loss in turbulent flow GO

What is turbulent flow?

The turbulence or turbulent flow is fluid motion characterized by chaotic changes in pressure and flow velocity. It is in contrast to a laminar flow, which occurs when a fluid flows in parallel layers, with no disruption between those layers.

What is the difference between laminar flow and turbulent flow?

Laminar flow or streamline flow in pipes (or tubes) occurs when a fluid flows in parallel layers, with no disruption between the layers. Turbulent flow is a flow regime characterized by chaotic property changes. This includes a rapid variation of pressure and flows velocity in space and time.

How to Calculate Power required to maintain the turbulent flow?

Power required to maintain the turbulent flow calculator uses Power=(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge*head loss due to friction)/1000 to calculate the Power, The Power required to maintain the turbulent flow formula is known while considering the density of the fluid, discharge, and the head loss due to friction. . Power and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Power required to maintain the turbulent flow using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power required to maintain the turbulent flow, enter density of fluid f), Discharge (Q) and head loss due to friction (h f) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power required to maintain the turbulent flow calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.980665 = (10*[g]*1*10)/1000.

FAQ

What is Power required to maintain the turbulent flow?
The Power required to maintain the turbulent flow formula is known while considering the density of the fluid, discharge, and the head loss due to friction. and is represented as P=(ρ f*[g]*Q*h f)/1000 or Power=(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge*head loss due to friction)/1000. The density of fluid is the mass per unit volume considered in the relation falling resistance method, Discharge is the rate of flow of a liquid and The head loss due to friction occurs due to the effect of the fluid's viscosity near the surface of the pipe or duct.
How to calculate Power required to maintain the turbulent flow?
The Power required to maintain the turbulent flow formula is known while considering the density of the fluid, discharge, and the head loss due to friction. is calculated using Power=(density of fluid*[g]*Discharge*head loss due to friction)/1000. To calculate Power required to maintain the turbulent flow, you need density of fluid f), Discharge (Q) and head loss due to friction (h f). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for density of fluid, Discharge and head loss due to friction 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 Power?
In this formula, Power uses density of fluid, Discharge and head loss due to friction. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Power=Electric Potential Difference*Electric Current
  • Power=(Electric Current)^2*Resistance
  • Power=Electric Potential Difference^2/Resistance
  • Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power
  • Power=Angular Speed*Torque
  • Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current
  • Power=Voltage*Load current
  • Power=Induced voltage*Armature Current
  • Power=(Tensions in the tight side of belt-Tensions in the slack side of belt)* Velocity of the belt
  • Power=Voltage*Electric Current*cos(Theta)
  • Power=Electric Current*Electric Current*Resistance*cos(Theta)
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