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Number of Particles
Number of Particles=Mixture mass/(Density of Particle*Volume of one Particle) GO
Total Surface Area of Particles
Surface Area=Surface Area of a Particle*Number of Particles GO

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Sphericity of a cylindrical particle
Sphericity of Particle=(((((Cylinder Radius)^2*Cylinder Height*3/4)^(1/3))^2)*4*pi)/(2*pi*Cylinder Radius*(Cylinder Radius+Cylinder Height)) GO
Sphericity of a cuboidal particle
Sphericity of Particle=((((Length*Breadth*Height)*(0.75/pi))^(1/3)^2)*4*pi)/(2*(Length*Breadth+Breadth*Height+Height*Length)) GO

Sphericity of a particle Formula

Sphericity of Particle=6*(Volume of one Particle/(Surface Area of a Particle*Density of Particle))
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Sphericity of a Particle

Sphericity of a particle is a measure of how closely the shape of that particle resembles that of a perfect sphere.

How to Calculate Sphericity of a particle?

Sphericity of a particle calculator uses Sphericity of Particle=6*(Volume of one Particle/(Surface Area of a Particle*Density of Particle)) to calculate the Sphericity of Particle, Sphericity of a particle is a measure of how closely the shape of that particle resembles that of a perfect sphere. Sphericity has a maximum value of 1, which corresponds to a particle with a perfectly spherical shape. The smaller its value, the lesser its resemblance to a sphere. . Sphericity of Particle and is denoted by Φp symbol.

How to calculate Sphericity of a particle using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Sphericity of a particle, enter Volume of one Particle (Vp), Surface Area of a Particle (Sp) and Density of Particle p) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Sphericity of a particle calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.000E-10 = 6*(1E-08/(1E-05*10000000)).

FAQ

What is Sphericity of a particle?
Sphericity of a particle is a measure of how closely the shape of that particle resembles that of a perfect sphere. Sphericity has a maximum value of 1, which corresponds to a particle with a perfectly spherical shape. The smaller its value, the lesser its resemblance to a sphere. and is represented as Φp=6*(Vp/(Spp)) or Sphericity of Particle=6*(Volume of one Particle/(Surface Area of a Particle*Density of Particle)). Volume of one Particle is the capacity of a single particle or the volume occupied by one particle, Surface Area of a Particle is the total area of the surface of a three-dimensional object and Density of Particle is defined as the mass of a unit volume of sediment solids. A simple example is that if 1 cm3 of solid material weighs 2.65 g, the particle density is 2.65 g/cm3.
How to calculate Sphericity of a particle?
Sphericity of a particle is a measure of how closely the shape of that particle resembles that of a perfect sphere. Sphericity has a maximum value of 1, which corresponds to a particle with a perfectly spherical shape. The smaller its value, the lesser its resemblance to a sphere. is calculated using Sphericity of Particle=6*(Volume of one Particle/(Surface Area of a Particle*Density of Particle)). To calculate Sphericity of a particle, you need Volume of one Particle (Vp), Surface Area of a Particle (Sp) and Density of Particle p). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Volume of one Particle, Surface Area of a Particle and Density of Particle 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 Sphericity of Particle?
In this formula, Sphericity of Particle uses Volume of one Particle, Surface Area of a Particle and Density of Particle. We can use 2 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Sphericity of Particle=(((((Cylinder Radius)^2*Cylinder Height*3/4)^(1/3))^2)*4*pi)/(2*pi*Cylinder Radius*(Cylinder Radius+Cylinder Height))
  • Sphericity of Particle=((((Length*Breadth*Height)*(0.75/pi))^(1/3)^2)*4*pi)/(2*(Length*Breadth+Breadth*Height+Height*Length))
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