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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Distance between source or sink from origin
Distance from end A=distance of stagnation point/sqrt((1+(strength of source/(pi*Distance from end A*uniform flow velocity)))) GO
Location of stagnation point on x-axis
distance of stagnation point=Distance from end A*sqrt((1+(strength of source/(pi*Distance from end A*uniform flow velocity)))) GO
Uniform flow velocity for stream function at a point in the combined flow
uniform flow velocity=(stream function-(strength of source/(2*pi*Angle A)))/(Distance from end A*sin(Angle A)) GO
Stream function at a point in the combined flow
stream function=(uniform flow velocity*Distance from end A*sin(Angle A))+((strength of source/(2*pi))*Angle A) GO
Uniform flow velocity for Rankine half body
uniform flow velocity=(strength of source/(2*Length y))*(1-(Angle A/pi)) GO
Dimensions of Rankine half-body
Length y=(strength of source/(2*uniform flow velocity))*(1-(Angle A/pi)) 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
Stream function in sink flow for angle
stream function=(strength of source/(2*pi))*(angle radian) GO
Source Strength for 2-D incompressible source flow
Source strength=2*pi*Radial coordinate*radial velocity GO
Radial velocity at any radius
radial velocity=strength of source/(2*pi*Radius 1) GO
Strength of source for radial velocity and at any radius
strength of source=radial velocity*2*pi*Radius 1 GO

9 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Radius of inscribed sphere in a cone when radius and height of cone are known
Radius 1=(Radius 2*Height)/(sqrt(Radius 2^2+Height^2)+Radius 2) GO
Radius of cone inscribed in a sphere for maximum volume of cone in terms of radius of sphere
Radius 1=2*sqrt(2)*Radius of Sphere/3 GO
inradius of nonagon given only circumradius of nonagon
Radius 1=Radius*sin(pi/9)*tan(pi/9) GO
Inradius of heptagon given circumradius and central angle
Radius 1=(Radius 2)*cos(Angle A/2) GO
Radius of Cone circumscribing a sphere such that volume of cone is minimum
Radius 1=sqrt(2)*Radius of Sphere GO
Radius of largest right circular cylinder that can be inscribed within a cone when radius of cone is given
Radius 1=2*Radius of cone/3 GO
The Radius (R) of a sphere that circumscribes a cube with side length S
Radius 1=Side*(sqrt(3))/2 GO
Radius of Largest right circular cylinder within a cube when side of cube given
Radius 1=Side/2 GO
The Radius R of the inscribed sphere for cube with a side length S
Radius 1=Side/2 GO

Radius at any point considering radial velocity Formula

Radius 1=strength of source/(2*pi*radial velocity)
r1=q/(2*pi*u<sub>r</sub>)
More formulas
Radial velocity at any radius GO
Strength of source for radial velocity and at any radius GO
Stream function at a point GO
Strength of doublet for stream function GO
Stream function at a point in the combined flow GO
Uniform flow velocity for stream function at a point in the combined flow GO
Distance of stagnation point S from source in flow past a half body GO
Dimensions of Rankine half-body GO
Strength of source for Rankine half body GO
Uniform flow velocity for Rankine half body GO
Location of stagnation point on x-axis GO
Distance between source or sink from origin GO
Radius of the Rankine circle GO
Stream function in sink flow for angle GO

What is radial velocity?

The radial velocity of an object with respect to a given point is the rate of change of the distance between the object and the point. That is, the radial velocity is the component of the object's velocity that points in the direction of the radius connecting the point and the object.

What is source flow?

Source flow is defined as the two-dimensional flow coming from a point called the source and moving out radially on a plane at a uniform rate.

How to Calculate Radius at any point considering radial velocity?

Radius at any point considering radial velocity calculator uses Radius 1=strength of source/(2*pi*radial velocity) to calculate the Radius 1, The Radius at any point considering radial velocity is known by considering the terms strength of the source and radial velocity from the source flow relation. Radius 1 and is denoted by r1 symbol.

How to calculate Radius at any point considering radial velocity using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Radius at any point considering radial velocity, enter strength of source (q) and radial velocity (ur) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Radius at any point considering radial velocity calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.159155 = 10/(2*pi*10).

FAQ

What is Radius at any point considering radial velocity?
The Radius at any point considering radial velocity is known by considering the terms strength of the source and radial velocity from the source flow relation and is represented as r1=q/(2*pi*ur) or Radius 1=strength of source/(2*pi*radial velocity). The strength of source, q is defined as the volume flow rate per unit depth of the fluid and The radial velocity of an object with respect to a given point is the rate of change of the distance between the object and the point.
How to calculate Radius at any point considering radial velocity?
The Radius at any point considering radial velocity is known by considering the terms strength of the source and radial velocity from the source flow relation is calculated using Radius 1=strength of source/(2*pi*radial velocity). To calculate Radius at any point considering radial velocity, you need strength of source (q) and radial velocity (ur). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for strength of source and radial velocity 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 1?
In this formula, Radius 1 uses strength of source and radial velocity. We can use 9 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Radius 1=Side*(sqrt(3))/2
  • Radius 1=Side/2
  • Radius 1=(Radius 2*Height)/(sqrt(Radius 2^2+Height^2)+Radius 2)
  • Radius 1=2*sqrt(2)*Radius of Sphere/3
  • Radius 1=sqrt(2)*Radius of Sphere
  • Radius 1=2*Radius of cone/3
  • Radius 1=Side/2
  • Radius 1=(Radius 2)*cos(Angle A/2)
  • Radius 1=Radius*sin(pi/9)*tan(pi/9)
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