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Shaft work in compressible flow machines neglecting inlet and exit velocities
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Shaft work in compressible flow machines neglecting inlet and exit velocities
Shaft work=Enthalpy at inlet-Enthalpy at exit GO

Shaft work in compressible flow machines Formula

Shaft work=(Enthalpy at inlet+((1/2)*(Inlet velocity^2)))-(Enthalpy at exit+((1/2)*(Exit velocity^2)))
W<sub>s</sub>=(h<sub>1</sub>+((1/2)*(c<sub>1</sub>^2)))-(h<sub>2</sub>+((1/2)*(c<sub>2</sub>^2)))
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What is shaft work?

Shaft work is defined as the mechanical energy used to drive a mechanism, such as a pump, compressor, or turbine.

How to Calculate Shaft work in compressible flow machines?

Shaft work in compressible flow machines calculator uses Shaft work=(Enthalpy at inlet+((1/2)*(Inlet velocity^2)))-(Enthalpy at exit+((1/2)*(Exit velocity^2))) to calculate the Shaft work, The Shaft work in compressible flow machines formula is defined as the sum of enthalpy and half of square of inlet velocity substracted by sum of enthalpy at exit and half of square of exit velocity. Shaft work and is denoted by Ws symbol.

How to calculate Shaft work in compressible flow machines using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Shaft work in compressible flow machines, enter Enthalpy at inlet (h1), Inlet velocity (c1), Enthalpy at exit (h2) and Exit velocity (c2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Shaft work in compressible flow machines calculation can be explained with given input values -> 35.9985 = (48000+((1/2)*(1^2)))-(12000+((1/2)*(2^2))).

FAQ

What is Shaft work in compressible flow machines?
The Shaft work in compressible flow machines formula is defined as the sum of enthalpy and half of square of inlet velocity substracted by sum of enthalpy at exit and half of square of exit velocity and is represented as Ws=(h1+((1/2)*(c1^2)))-(h2+((1/2)*(c2^2))) or Shaft work=(Enthalpy at inlet+((1/2)*(Inlet velocity^2)))-(Enthalpy at exit+((1/2)*(Exit velocity^2))). Enthalpy at inlet is the amount of enthalpy at state 1, Inlet velocity is the velocity of the flow at state 1 or inlet, Enthalpy at exit is the amount of enthalpy at state 2 and Exit velocity is the velocity of the flow at state 2 or exit.
How to calculate Shaft work in compressible flow machines?
The Shaft work in compressible flow machines formula is defined as the sum of enthalpy and half of square of inlet velocity substracted by sum of enthalpy at exit and half of square of exit velocity is calculated using Shaft work=(Enthalpy at inlet+((1/2)*(Inlet velocity^2)))-(Enthalpy at exit+((1/2)*(Exit velocity^2))). To calculate Shaft work in compressible flow machines, you need Enthalpy at inlet (h1), Inlet velocity (c1), Enthalpy at exit (h2) and Exit velocity (c2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Enthalpy at inlet, Inlet velocity, Enthalpy at exit and Exit 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 Shaft work?
In this formula, Shaft work uses Enthalpy at inlet, Inlet velocity, Enthalpy at exit and Exit velocity. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Shaft work=Enthalpy at inlet-Enthalpy at exit
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