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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Volume of a Conical Frustum
Volume=(1/3)*pi*Height*(Radius 1^2+Radius 2^2+(Radius 1*Radius 2)) GO
Total Surface Area of a Cone
Total Surface Area=pi*Radius*(Radius+sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2)) GO
Lateral Surface Area of a Cone
Lateral Surface Area=pi*Radius*sqrt(Radius^2+Height^2) GO
Total Surface Area of a Cylinder
Total Surface Area=2*pi*Radius*(Height+Radius) GO
Lateral Surface Area of a Cylinder
Lateral Surface Area=2*pi*Radius*Height GO
Volume of a Circular Cone
Volume=(1/3)*pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Area of a Trapezoid
Area=((Base A+Base B)/2)*Height GO
Volume of a Circular Cylinder
Volume=pi*(Radius)^2*Height GO
Volume of a Pyramid
Volume=(1/3)*Side^2*Height GO
Area of a Triangle when base and height are given
Area=1/2*Base*Height GO
Area of a Parallelogram when base and height are given
Area=Base*Height GO

6 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Distance of Element from Center line when Velocity at any point in Cylindrical Element is Given
radial distance=sqrt((radius of pipe^2)-(-4*Dynamic viscosity*Fluid Velocity/Pressure Gradient)) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Head Loss is Given
radial distance=2*Shear Stress*Length of Pipe/(Head loss*specific weight of liquid) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Velocity Gradient at Cylindrical Element is Given
radial distance=2*Dynamic viscosity*Velocity Gradient/Pressure Gradient GO
Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body
radial distance=strength of source/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity) GO
Radial Distance when Centripetal acceleration from axis is Given
radial distance=Centripetal acceleration/(Angular Velocity^2) GO
Distance of Element from Center line when Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element is Given
radial distance=-2*Shear Stress/Pressure Gradient GO

Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given Formula

radial distance=sqrt((2*[g]/specific weight of liquid*(Angular Velocity^2))*(Absolute Pressure-Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height))
r s=sqrt((2*[g]/y*(ω^2))*(Pabs-Patm+y*h))
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Centripetal acceleration exerted on the liquid mass at a radial distance r from axis. GO
Constant Angular Velocity when Centripetal acceleration at a radial distance r from axis is Given GO
Radial Distance when Centripetal acceleration from axis is Given GO
Pressure at any point with origin at free surface GO
Atmospheric Pressure when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given GO
Vertical Depth (z) when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given GO
Equation of Free Surface of liquid GO
Constant Angular Velocity when Equation of Free Surface of liquid is Given GO

What is Pressure ?

Pressure is the force applied perpendicular to the surface of an object per unit area over which that force is distributed. Gauge pressure is the pressure relative to the ambient pressure. Various units are used to express pressure.

How to Calculate Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given?

Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given calculator uses radial distance=sqrt((2*[g]/specific weight of liquid*(Angular Velocity^2))*(Absolute Pressure-Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height)) to calculate the radial distance, The Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given is defined as distance at which pressure is calculated from axis of rotation. radial distance and is denoted by r s symbol.

How to calculate Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given, enter specific weight of liquid (y), Angular Velocity (ω), Absolute Pressure (Pabs), Atmospheric Pressure (Patm) and Height (h) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 289.3938 = sqrt((2*[g]/1000*(20^2))*(100000-101325+1000*12)).

FAQ

What is Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given?
The Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given is defined as distance at which pressure is calculated from axis of rotation and is represented as r s=sqrt((2*[g]/y*(ω^2))*(Pabs-Patm+y*h)) or radial distance=sqrt((2*[g]/specific weight of liquid*(Angular Velocity^2))*(Absolute Pressure-Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height)). The specific weight of liquid is also known as the unit weight, is the weight per unit volume of the liquid. A commonly used value is the specific weight of water on Earth at 4°C, which is 9.807 kN/m3 or 62.43 lbf/ft3, The angular velocity refers to how fast an object rotates or revolves relative to another point, i.e. how fast the angular position or orientation of an object changes with time, Absolute Pressure is labeled when any pressure is detected above the absolute zero of pressure, Atmospheric pressure, also known as barometric pressure, is the pressure within the atmosphere of Earth and Height is the distance between the lowest and highest points of a person standing upright.
How to calculate Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given?
The Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given is defined as distance at which pressure is calculated from axis of rotation is calculated using radial distance=sqrt((2*[g]/specific weight of liquid*(Angular Velocity^2))*(Absolute Pressure-Atmospheric Pressure+specific weight of liquid*Height)). To calculate Radial Distance when Pressure at any point with origin at free surface is Given, you need specific weight of liquid (y), Angular Velocity (ω), Absolute Pressure (Pabs), Atmospheric Pressure (Patm) and Height (h). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for specific weight of liquid, Angular Velocity, Absolute Pressure, Atmospheric Pressure and Height 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 radial distance?
In this formula, radial distance uses specific weight of liquid, Angular Velocity, Absolute Pressure, Atmospheric Pressure and Height. We can use 6 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • radial distance=strength of source/(2*pi*uniform flow velocity)
  • radial distance=Centripetal acceleration/(Angular Velocity^2)
  • radial distance=-2*Shear Stress/Pressure Gradient
  • radial distance=2*Shear Stress*Length of Pipe/(Head loss*specific weight of liquid)
  • radial distance=2*Dynamic viscosity*Velocity Gradient/Pressure Gradient
  • radial distance=sqrt((radius of pipe^2)-(-4*Dynamic viscosity*Fluid Velocity/Pressure Gradient))
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