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Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
unit_weight_of_water = Dry unit weight of soil*(1+water content/degree of saturation)/Specific gravity of the soil
γw = γd*(1+w/S)/Gs
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Dry unit weight of soil - The dry unit weight of soil is the weight of soil solids per unit of total volume of soil mass. (Measured in Kilonewton per Cubic Meter)
water content- Water content is the ratio of the weight of water to the weight of solids present in the soil.
degree of saturation- degree of saturation is the ratio of the volume of water to the volume of voids.
Specific gravity of the soil- Specific gravity of the soil is an important property of soil being related to density.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Dry unit weight of soil: 100 Kilonewton per Cubic Meter --> 0.1 Newton per Cubic Meter (Check conversion here)
water content: 1 --> No Conversion Required
degree of saturation: 1 --> No Conversion Required
Specific gravity of the soil: 2.65 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
γw = γd*(1+w/S)/Gs --> 0.1*(1+1/1)/2.65
Evaluating ... ...
γw = 0.0754716981132076
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
0.0754716981132076 Newton per Cubic Meter -->75.4716981132076 Kilonewton per Cubic Meter (Check conversion here)
FINAL ANSWER
75.4716981132076 Kilonewton per Cubic Meter <-- Unit weight of water
(Calculation completed in 00.016 seconds)

10+ Relationships of Weights and Volumes in Soils Calculators

Saturated Unit Weight of Soil with Saturation 100 Percent
saturated_unit_weight = (((Specific gravity of the soil*Unit weight of water)+(Void ratio*Unit weight of water))/(1+Void ratio)) Go
Saturated Unit Weight of Soil when Water Content is Given
saturated_unit_weight = (((1+Water content)*Specific gravity of the soil*Unit weight of water)/(1+Void ratio)) Go
Unit Weight of Water when Saturated Unit Weight is Given
unit_weight_of_water = (Saturated unit weight*(1+Void ratio)/((1+Water content)*Specific gravity of the soil)) Go
Unit Weight of Water when Saturated Unit Weight and Void Ratio is Given
unit_weight_of_water = (Saturated unit weight*(1+Void ratio)/(Specific gravity of the soil+Void ratio)) Go
Dry Unit Weight of Soil when Saturation is 0 Percent
dry_unit_weight_of_soil = ((Specific gravity of the soil*Unit weight of water)/(1+Void ratio)) Go
Unit Weight of Water when Buoyant Unit Weight is Given
unit_weight_of_water = (Buoyant unit weight*(1+Void ratio)/(Specific gravity of the soil-1)) Go
Unit Weight of Water when Dry Unit Weight is Given
unit_weight_of_water = (Dry unit weight of soil*(1+Void ratio)/Specific gravity of the soil) Go
Total weight of sample with respect to water content
total_weight = (water content*weight of solids/100)+weight of solids Go
Total mass of soil when water content of soil with respect to its mass is given
total_mass = (water content*Mass of solids/100)+Mass of solids Go
Dry mass of soil when water content of soil with respect to its mass is given
mass_of_solids = (Total mass of sand*100)/(water content+100) Go

Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given Formula

unit_weight_of_water = Dry unit weight of soil*(1+water content/degree of saturation)/Specific gravity of the soil
γw = γd*(1+w/S)/Gs

What is water content?

Water content or moisture content is the quantity of water contained in a material, such as soil, rock, ceramics, crops, or wood. Water content is used in a wide range of scientific and technical areas, and is expressed as a ratio, which can range from 0 to the value of the materials' porosity at saturation.

How to Calculate Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given?

Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given calculator uses unit_weight_of_water = Dry unit weight of soil*(1+water content/degree of saturation)/Specific gravity of the soil to calculate the Unit weight of water, The Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given is essentially the same as the density of water. Unit weight of water and is denoted by γw symbol.

How to calculate Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given, enter Dry unit weight of soil d), water content (w), degree of saturation (S) and Specific gravity of the soil (Gs) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 75.4717 = 0.1*(1+1/1)/2.65.

FAQ

What is Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given?
The Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given is essentially the same as the density of water and is represented as γw = γd*(1+w/S)/Gs or unit_weight_of_water = Dry unit weight of soil*(1+water content/degree of saturation)/Specific gravity of the soil. The dry unit weight of soil is the weight of soil solids per unit of total volume of soil mass, Water content is the ratio of the weight of water to the weight of solids present in the soil, degree of saturation is the ratio of the volume of water to the volume of voids and Specific gravity of the soil is an important property of soil being related to density.
How to calculate Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given?
The Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given is essentially the same as the density of water is calculated using unit_weight_of_water = Dry unit weight of soil*(1+water content/degree of saturation)/Specific gravity of the soil. To calculate Unit weight of water when dry unit weight in terms of water content is given, you need Dry unit weight of soil d), water content (w), degree of saturation (S) and Specific gravity of the soil (Gs). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Dry unit weight of soil, water content, degree of saturation and Specific gravity of the soil 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 Unit weight of water?
In this formula, Unit weight of water uses Dry unit weight of soil, water content, degree of saturation and Specific gravity of the soil. We can use 10 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • unit_weight_of_water = (Saturated unit weight*(1+Void ratio)/((1+Water content)*Specific gravity of the soil))
  • unit_weight_of_water = (Saturated unit weight*(1+Void ratio)/(Specific gravity of the soil+Void ratio))
  • unit_weight_of_water = (Dry unit weight of soil*(1+Void ratio)/Specific gravity of the soil)
  • unit_weight_of_water = (Buoyant unit weight*(1+Void ratio)/(Specific gravity of the soil-1))
  • saturated_unit_weight = (((Specific gravity of the soil*Unit weight of water)+(Void ratio*Unit weight of water))/(1+Void ratio))
  • saturated_unit_weight = (((1+Water content)*Specific gravity of the soil*Unit weight of water)/(1+Void ratio))
  • dry_unit_weight_of_soil = ((Specific gravity of the soil*Unit weight of water)/(1+Void ratio))
  • total_weight = (water content*weight of solids/100)+weight of solids
  • total_mass = (water content*Mass of solids/100)+Mass of solids
  • mass_of_solids = (Total mass of sand*100)/(water content+100)
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