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Deflection for Hollow Rectangle When Load in Middle
Deflection of Beam=(Greatest Safe Load*Length of the Beam^3)/(32*(Sectional Area*(Depth of the Beam^2)-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*(Interior Depth of the Beam^2))) GO
Deflection for Hollow Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Deflection of Beam=Greatest Safe Load*(Length of the Beam^3)/(52*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam^-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*Interior Depth of the Beam^2)) GO
Greatest Safe Load for Hollow Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Greatest Safe Load=1780*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*Interior Depth of the Beam)/Distance between Supports GO
Greatest Safe Load for Hollow Rectangle When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=(890*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam-Interior Cross-Sectional Area of Beam*Interior Depth of the Beam))/Length of the Beam GO
Deflection for Solid Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Deflection of Beam=(Greatest safe distributed load*Length of the Beam^3)/(52*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Deflection for Solid Rectangle When Load in Middle
Deflection of Beam=(Greatest Safe Load*Length of the Beam^3)/(32*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam^2) GO
Pressure at AC
Pressure at AC=((Compressive force*sin(Oblique angle))/(Sectional Area*tan(Oblique angle/2))) GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Rectangle When Load is Distributed
Greatest safe distributed load=1780*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam/Length of the Beam GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Cylinder When Load is Distributed
Greatest Safe Load=1333*(Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam)/Length of the Beam GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Cylinder When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=(667*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam)/Length of the Beam GO
Greatest Safe Load for Solid Rectangle When Load in Middle
Greatest Safe Load=890*Sectional Area*Depth of the Beam/Length of the Beam GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Velocity at any point in Cylindrical Element
Fluid Velocity=-(1/(4*Dynamic viscosity))*Pressure Gradient*((radius of pipe^2)-(radial distance^2)) GO
Velocity at any point in Cylindrical Element when Maximum Velocity at axis is Given
Fluid Velocity=Maximum velocity*(1-(radial distance/radius of pipe)^2) GO
Velocity of fluid for Reynold number in the laminar boundary layer flow
Fluid Velocity=(Reynolds Number*viscosity of fluid)/(Density*Length) GO
Velocity of fluid considering the Mach angle in the compressible fluid flow
Fluid Velocity=velocity of sound wave/(sin(Mach Angle)) GO
Velocity of Fluid When Dynamic Pressure is Given
Fluid Velocity=sqrt(Dynamic Pressure*2/Liquid Density) GO

Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given Formula

Fluid Velocity=Discharge/Sectional Area
u<sub>f</sub>=Q/A
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Mass Density at Section 1 for a Steady Flow GO
Velocity at Section 1 for a Steady Flow GO
Cross Sectional Area at Section 1 for a Steady Flow GO
Mass Density at Section 2 when flow at Section 1 for a Steady Flow is Given GO
Velocity at Section 2 when flow at Section 1 for a Steady Flow is Given GO
Cross Sectional Area at Section 2 when flow at Section 1 for a Steady Flow is Given GO
Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid GO
Cross Sectional Area at Section when Discharge for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given GO

What is Velocity ?

The velocity of an object is the rate of change of its position with respect to a frame of reference, and is a function of time. Velocity is equivalent to a specification of an object's speed and direction of motion.

How to Calculate Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given?

Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given calculator uses Fluid Velocity=Discharge/Sectional Area to calculate the Fluid Velocity, The Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given is defined as velocity of flow in pipe. Fluid Velocity and is denoted by uf symbol.

How to calculate Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given, enter Discharge (Q) and Sectional Area (A) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 155.0003 = 1/0.00645160000005161.

FAQ

What is Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given?
The Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given is defined as velocity of flow in pipe and is represented as uf=Q/A or Fluid Velocity=Discharge/Sectional Area. Discharge is the rate of flow of a liquid and Sectional Area is the area of a two-dimensional shape that is obtained when a three-dimensional object is sliced perpendicular to the axis of the beam at a point.
How to calculate Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given?
The Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given is defined as velocity of flow in pipe is calculated using Fluid Velocity=Discharge/Sectional Area. To calculate Velocity at Section when Discharge through a Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid is Given, you need Discharge (Q) and Sectional Area (A). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Discharge and Sectional Area 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 Fluid Velocity?
In this formula, Fluid Velocity uses Discharge and Sectional Area. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Fluid Velocity=sqrt(Dynamic Pressure*2/Liquid Density)
  • Fluid Velocity=(Reynolds Number*viscosity of fluid)/(Density*Length)
  • Fluid Velocity=velocity of sound wave/(sin(Mach Angle))
  • Fluid Velocity=-(1/(4*Dynamic viscosity))*Pressure Gradient*((radius of pipe^2)-(radial distance^2))
  • Fluid Velocity=Maximum velocity*(1-(radial distance/radius of pipe)^2)
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