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Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE), Bengaluru
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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Heat Loss due to Pipe
Heat Loss due to Pipe=(Force*Length*Fluid Velocity^2)/(2*Diameter *Acceleration Due To Gravity) GO
Gravitational Field Intensity
Gravitational Field Intensity=Force/Mass GO
Electric Field Intensity
Electric field intensity=Force/Charge GO
Work
Work =Force*Displacement*cos(Angle A) GO
Impulse
Impulse=Force*Time Taken to Travel GO
Body Force Work Rate
Body Force Work Rate=Force/Volume GO
Torque
Torque=Force*Displacement*sin(θ) GO
Surface Tension
Surface Tension=Force/Length GO
Viscous Force Per Unit Area
Viscous Force =Force/Area GO
Pressure when force and area are given
Pressure=Force/Area GO
Stress
Stress=Force/Area GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

New pressure after the shock formation for compression wave
Pressure=density ahead of shock*(1+((Specific Heat Ratio-1)/2)*(Normal velocity/Old speed of sound))^(2*Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio-Time)) GO
Modified pressure equation for cylindrical blast wave
Pressure=[BoltZ]*Freestream density*(sqrt(pi/8))*Diameter *(sqrt(Drag Coefficient))*(Freestream Velocity^2/Distance from X-axis) GO
Pressure for the cylindrical blast wave
Pressure=Boltzmann constant 1*Freestream density*((Energy/Freestream density)^(1/2))/(Time) GO
formula For creation pressure for the planar blast wave
Pressure=[BoltZ]*Freestream density*((Energy/Freestream density)^(2/3))*(Time)^(-2/3) GO
Pressure when Resultant is Outside Middle Third
Pressure=2*Total downward force on soil/(3*middle third distance) GO
Pressure of the liquid entering the motor
Pressure=Theoretical torque/Theoretical volumetric displacement GO
Pressure
Pressure=(1/3)*Density of Gas*(Root mean square velocity)^2 GO
Pressure when density and height are given
Pressure=Density*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height GO
Pressure during retraction
Pressure=Force/(Area of piston-Area of piston rod) GO
Pressure in Excess of Atmospheric Pressure
Pressure=(specific weight of liquid)*(Height) GO
Pressure when force and area are given
Pressure=Force/Area GO

Pressure exerted Formula

Pressure=Force/Area of piston
P=F/A<sub>p</sub>
More formulas
Force exerted onto the piston or by the piston GO
Area of piston given force and pressure GO
Force during retraction GO
Pressure during retraction GO
Velocity of piston during extension GO
Discharge during extension GO
Velocity of piston during retraction GO
Discharge during retraction GO
Power developed during extension GO

What is a linear actuator?

A linear actuator is an actuator that creates motion in a straight line, in contrast to the circular motion of a conventional electric motor

How to Calculate Pressure exerted?

Pressure exerted calculator uses Pressure=Force/Area of piston to calculate the Pressure, The Pressure exerted formula is defined as the ratio of force to the area of piston of the linear actuator. Pressure and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Pressure exerted using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Pressure exerted, enter Force (F) and Area of piston (Ap) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Pressure exerted calculation can be explained with given input values -> 25 = 2.5/0.1.

FAQ

What is Pressure exerted?
The Pressure exerted formula is defined as the ratio of force to the area of piston of the linear actuator and is represented as P=F/Ap or Pressure=Force/Area of piston. Force is any interaction that, when unopposed, will change the motion of an object. In other words, a force can cause an object with mass to change its velocity and Area of piston is the value of area of the piston in a piston pump .
How to calculate Pressure exerted?
The Pressure exerted formula is defined as the ratio of force to the area of piston of the linear actuator is calculated using Pressure=Force/Area of piston. To calculate Pressure exerted, you need Force (F) and Area of piston (Ap). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Force and Area of piston 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 Pressure?
In this formula, Pressure uses Force and Area of piston. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Pressure=Force/Area
  • Pressure=Density*Acceleration Due To Gravity*Height
  • Pressure=(specific weight of liquid)*(Height)
  • Pressure=(1/3)*Density of Gas*(Root mean square velocity)^2
  • Pressure=2*Total downward force on soil/(3*middle third distance)
  • Pressure=Theoretical torque/Theoretical volumetric displacement
  • Pressure=Force/(Area of piston-Area of piston rod)
  • Pressure=Boltzmann constant 1*Freestream density*((Energy/Freestream density)^(1/2))/(Time)
  • Pressure=[BoltZ]*Freestream density*((Energy/Freestream density)^(2/3))*(Time)^(-2/3)
  • Pressure=[BoltZ]*Freestream density*(sqrt(pi/8))*Diameter *(sqrt(Drag Coefficient))*(Freestream Velocity^2/Distance from X-axis)
  • Pressure=density ahead of shock*(1+((Specific Heat Ratio-1)/2)*(Normal velocity/Old speed of sound))^(2*Specific Heat Ratio/(Specific Heat Ratio-Time))
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