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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Bending Moment Simply Supported Beam Subjected to a Concentrated Load
Bending Moment =(Point Load acting on the Beam*Distance from end A*Distance from end B)/Length GO
Volume of a triangular prism when two angles and a side between them are given
Volume=Length*Side A^2*sin(Angle A)*sin(Angle B)/(2*sin(Angle A+Angle B)) GO
Current Value for Alternating Current
Electric Current=Peak Current*sin(Angular Frequency*Time+Angle A) GO
Side a of a triangle
Side A=sqrt((Side B)^2+(Side C)^2-2*Side B*Side C*cos(Angle A)) GO
Fourth angle of quadrilateral when three angles are given
Angle Between Sides=360-(Angle A+Angle B+Angle C) GO
Third angle of a triangle when two angles are given
Angle Between Sides=180-(Angle A+Angle B) GO
Side a of a triangle given side b, angles A and B
Side A=(Side B*sin(Angle A))/sin(Angle B) GO
Peak to Valley Height
Height=Feed/(tan(Angle A)+cot(Angle B)) GO
Work
Work =Force*Displacement*cos(Angle A) GO
Chord Length when radius and angle are given
Chord Length=sin(Angle A/2)*2*Radius GO
Arc Length
Arc Length=2*pi*Radius*(Angle A/360) GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Stream function for flow over Rankine oval
stream function=Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle)+(Source strength/(2*pi))*(polar angle from source-Polar angle from sink) GO
Stream function for non-lifting flow over a circular cylinder
stream function=(Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle))*(1-((Cylinder Radius/Radial coordinate)^2)) GO
Stream function for semi-infinite body
stream function=Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle)+(Source strength/(2*pi))*Polar angle GO
Stream function at a point
stream function=-(strength of doublet/(2*pi))*(Length y/((Length x^2)+(Length y^2))) GO
Stream function for 2-D Doublet flow
stream function=-(Doublet strength/2*pi*Radial coordinate)*sin(Polar angle) GO
Stream function for uniform incompressible flow in polar coordinates
stream function=Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle) GO
Stream function for 2-D Vortex flow
stream function=(Vortex strength/(2*pi))*log(Radial coordinate,e) GO
Stream function in sink flow for angle
stream function=(strength of source/(2*pi))*(angle radian) GO
Stream function for uniform incompressible flow
stream function=Freestream Velocity*Distance on y-axis GO
Stream function for 2-D incompressible source flow
stream function=(Source strength/(2*pi))*Polar angle GO
Stagnation streamline equation for flow over semi-infinite body
stream function=0.5*Source strength GO

Stream function at a point in the combined flow Formula

stream function=(uniform flow velocity*Distance from end A*sin(Angle A))+((strength of source/(2*pi))*Angle A)
ψ=(U*a*sin(∠A))+((q/(2*pi))*∠A)
More formulas
Radial velocity at any radius GO
Strength of source for radial velocity and at any radius GO
Radius at any point considering radial velocity GO
Stream function at a point GO
Strength of doublet for stream function 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 stream function?

A family of curves ψ = constant represents "streamlines," hence, the stream function remains constant along a streamline. The stream function represents a particular case of a vector potential of velocity, related to velocity by the equality.

What is flow past half body?

In the field of fluid dynamics, a Rankine half body is a feature of fluid flow discovered by Scottish physicist and engineer William Rankine that is formed when a fluid source is added to a fluid undergoing potential flow. Superposition of uniform flow and source flow yields the Rankine half body flow.

How to Calculate Stream function at a point in the combined flow?

Stream function at a point in the combined flow calculator uses stream function=(uniform flow velocity*Distance from end A*sin(Angle A))+((strength of source/(2*pi))*Angle A) to calculate the stream function, The Stream function at a point in the combined flow formula is known from the relation of stream function due to uniform flow and stream function due to source considering angle 'θ' and distance from an end at P(x,y) as 'r' in the polar coordinates. stream function and is denoted by ψ symbol.

How to calculate Stream function at a point in the combined flow using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Stream function at a point in the combined flow, enter uniform flow velocity (U), Distance from end A (a), Angle A (∠A) and strength of source (q) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Stream function at a point in the combined flow calculation can be explained with given input values -> 50.83333 = (10*10*sin(0.5235987755982))+((10/(2*pi))*0.5235987755982).

FAQ

What is Stream function at a point in the combined flow?
The Stream function at a point in the combined flow formula is known from the relation of stream function due to uniform flow and stream function due to source considering angle 'θ' and distance from an end at P(x,y) as 'r' in the polar coordinates and is represented as ψ=(U*a*sin(∠A))+((q/(2*pi))*∠A) or stream function=(uniform flow velocity*Distance from end A*sin(Angle A))+((strength of source/(2*pi))*Angle A). The uniform flow velocity is considered in flow past a half body, Distance from end A is the distance of the concentrated load from end A, The angle A is one of the angles of a triangle and The strength of source, q is defined as the volume flow rate per unit depth of the fluid.
How to calculate Stream function at a point in the combined flow?
The Stream function at a point in the combined flow formula is known from the relation of stream function due to uniform flow and stream function due to source considering angle 'θ' and distance from an end at P(x,y) as 'r' in the polar coordinates is calculated using stream function=(uniform flow velocity*Distance from end A*sin(Angle A))+((strength of source/(2*pi))*Angle A). To calculate Stream function at a point in the combined flow, you need uniform flow velocity (U), Distance from end A (a), Angle A (∠A) and strength of source (q). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for uniform flow velocity, Distance from end A, Angle A and strength of source 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 stream function?
In this formula, stream function uses uniform flow velocity, Distance from end A, Angle A and strength of source. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • stream function=-(strength of doublet/(2*pi))*(Length y/((Length x^2)+(Length y^2)))
  • stream function=(strength of source/(2*pi))*(angle radian)
  • stream function=Freestream Velocity*Distance on y-axis
  • stream function=Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle)
  • stream function=(Source strength/(2*pi))*Polar angle
  • stream function=Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle)+(Source strength/(2*pi))*Polar angle
  • stream function=0.5*Source strength
  • stream function=Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle)+(Source strength/(2*pi))*(polar angle from source-Polar angle from sink)
  • stream function=-(Doublet strength/2*pi*Radial coordinate)*sin(Polar angle)
  • stream function=(Freestream Velocity*Radial coordinate*sin(Polar angle))*(1-((Cylinder Radius/Radial coordinate)^2))
  • stream function=(Vortex strength/(2*pi))*log(Radial coordinate,e)
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