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## Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
quantity_of_water = (4360*Time period ^(0.275))/((Time duration +12)^(0.757))
Q = (4360*T^(0.275))/((t+12)^(0.757))
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Time period - Time period is the time period of occurrence of fire . (Measured in Year)
Time duration - Time duration is the time duration of fire. (Measured in Minute)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Time period : 3 Year --> 94670856 Second (Check conversion here)
Time duration : 3 Minute --> 180 Second (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Q = (4360*T^(0.275))/((t+12)^(0.757)) --> (4360*94670856^(0.275))/((180+12)^(0.757))
Evaluating ... ...
Q = 12719.9950623991
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
12719.9950623991 Meter³ per Second -->763199703.743947 Liter per minute (Check conversion here)
763199703.743947 Liter per minute <-- Quantity of water
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

## < 2 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Period of Occurence of Fire when Quantity of Water is Given
time_period_in_years = (Quantity of water*((Time duration +12)^(0.757))/4360)^(1/0.275) Go
Duration of Fire when Quantity of Water is Given
time_duration = ((4360*Time period ^(0.275))/(Quantity of water))^(1/0.757)-12 Go

## < 10 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Quantity of Water in Steady-State Unsaturated Flow in the Direction of Downward Movement
quantity_of_water = (Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))-Hydraulic Gradient Go
Quantity of Water in Steady-State Unsaturated Flow in the Direction of Upward Movement
quantity_of_water = (Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))+Hydraulic Gradient Go
Flow Through any Square from Darcy's law for Ground Water Flow Nets
quantity_of_water = Hydraulic Conductivity*Distance Between Flow Lines*Aquifer Thickness at Midpoint *(Difference in Head Between Equipotential Lines/Distance Between Equipotential Lines) Go
Quantity of Water by National Board of Fire Underwriters
quantity_of_water = 4637*sqrt(Population)*(1-(0.01*sqrt(Population))) Go
Darcy's Law
quantity_of_water = Hydraulic Conductivity*Cross sectional area*Hydraulic Gradient Go
Quantity of Water when Transmissivity is Given
quantity_of_water = Transmissivity*Large Width of Aquifer*Hydraulic Gradient Go
Velocity Equation of Hydraulics
quantity_of_water = Cross sectional area*Groundwater Velocity Go
Quantity of Water by Kuichling's Formula
quantity_of_water = 3182*sqrt(Population) Go
Quantity of Water by Buston's Formula
quantity_of_water = 5663*sqrt(Population) Go
Quantity of Water by Freeman's Formula
quantity_of_water = 1136*((Population/5)+10) Go

### Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given Formula

quantity_of_water = (4360*Time period ^(0.275))/((Time duration +12)^(0.757))
Q = (4360*T^(0.275))/((t+12)^(0.757))

## What is discharge ?

The amount of fluid passing a section of a stream in unit time is called the discharge. If v is the mean velocity and A is the cross sectional area, the discharge Q is defined by Q = Av which is known as volume flow rate.

## How to Calculate Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given?

Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given calculator uses quantity_of_water = (4360*Time period ^(0.275))/((Time duration +12)^(0.757)) to calculate the Quantity of water, The Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given calculates the value of quantity of water when we have prior information of other parameters used. Quantity of water and is denoted by Q symbol.

How to calculate Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given, enter Time period (T) and Time duration (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 7.632E+8 = (4360*94670856^(0.275))/((180+12)^(0.757)).

### FAQ

What is Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given?
The Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given calculates the value of quantity of water when we have prior information of other parameters used and is represented as Q = (4360*T^(0.275))/((t+12)^(0.757)) or quantity_of_water = (4360*Time period ^(0.275))/((Time duration +12)^(0.757)). Time period is the time period of occurrence of fire and Time duration is the time duration of fire.
How to calculate Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given?
The Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given calculates the value of quantity of water when we have prior information of other parameters used is calculated using quantity_of_water = (4360*Time period ^(0.275))/((Time duration +12)^(0.757)). To calculate Quantity of Water when Duration of Fire is Given, you need Time period (T) and Time duration (t). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Time period and Time duration 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 Quantity of water?
In this formula, Quantity of water uses Time period and Time duration . We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• quantity_of_water = Hydraulic Conductivity*Cross sectional area*Hydraulic Gradient
• quantity_of_water = (Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))-Hydraulic Gradient
• quantity_of_water = (Effective Hydraulic Conductivity *Cross sectional area*((Water Rise-Length of the Water Column)/Length of the Water Column))+Hydraulic Gradient
• quantity_of_water = Hydraulic Conductivity*Distance Between Flow Lines*Aquifer Thickness at Midpoint *(Difference in Head Between Equipotential Lines/Distance Between Equipotential Lines)
• quantity_of_water = Cross sectional area*Groundwater Velocity
• quantity_of_water = Transmissivity*Large Width of Aquifer*Hydraulic Gradient
• quantity_of_water = 3182*sqrt(Population)
• quantity_of_water = 5663*sqrt(Population)
• quantity_of_water = 1136*((Population/5)+10)
• quantity_of_water = 4637*sqrt(Population)*(1-(0.01*sqrt(Population)))
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