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## Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
mean_velocity = sqrt([g]*Depth)-Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet
V = sqrt([g]*d)-V
This formula uses 1 Constants, 1 Functions, 2 Variables
Constants Used
[g] - Gravitational acceleration on Earth Value Taken As 9.80665 Meter/Second²
Functions Used
sqrt - Squre root function, sqrt(Number)
Variables Used
Depth - Depth is the distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something. (Measured in Centimeter)
Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet - Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet is actual velocity of jet used in propeller. (Measured in Meter per Second)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Depth: 10 Centimeter --> 0.1 Meter (Check conversion here)
Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet: 10 Meter per Second --> 10 Meter per Second No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
V = sqrt([g]*d)-V --> sqrt([g]*0.1)-10
Evaluating ... ...
V = -9.00971468757736
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
-9.00971468757736 Meter per Second --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
-9.00971468757736 Meter per Second <-- Mean velocity
(Calculation completed in 00.031 seconds)

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Gross Cross-Sectional Area of Intermediate Stiffeners
area_cross_section = Ratio of web to flange yield strength*(0.15*Stiffeners Factor *Depth*Minimum Web Thickness*(1-Shear buckling coefficient C)*(Shear Stress/Shear Capacity for Flexural Members)-18*Minimum Web Thickness^2) Go
Volumetric strain if change in length, breadth and width is given
volumetric_strain_1 = ((Change In Length/Length)+(Change in Breadth/Breadth)+(Change in Depth/Depth)) Go
Variation of acceleration due to gravity on the depth
variation_of_acceleration_due_to_gravity = Acceleration Due To Gravity*(1-Depth/[Earth-R]) Go
ω when the Neutral Axis Lies in the Flange
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distance_from_surface_to_axis = (1.18*value of omega*Depth)/constant beta one Go
Area of opening when inlet capacity for flow depth more than 1ft 5in is given
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Side cutting edge angle for orthogonal cutting
side_cutting_edge_angle = acos(Depth/Angular Velocity) Go
Lateral strain in terms of decrease in depth
lateral_strain = Decrease in Depth/Depth Go
Centre of Buoyancy
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## < 11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Mean Velocity of Flow when Head Loss due to Frictional Resistance is Given
mean_velocity = sqrt((head loss due to friction*2*[g]*Diameter of Pipe)/(Darcy friction factor*Length of Pipe)) Go
Mean Velocity of Flow when Head Loss over the Length of Pipe is Given
mean_velocity = Head loss/((32*Dynamic viscosity*Length of Pipe)/(specific weight of liquid*Diameter of Pipe^2)) Go
Mean Velocity of Flow when Shear Stress with Friction Factor is Given
mean_velocity = sqrt((8*[g]*Shear Stress)/(specific weight of liquid*Darcy friction factor)) Go
Mean Velocity of Flow when Friction Factor is Given
mean_velocity = (64*Dynamic viscosity)/(Darcy friction factor*density of fluid*Diameter of Pipe) Go
Mean Velocity of Flow when Pressure Drop over the Length of Pipe is Given
mean_velocity = Pressure Difference/(32*Dynamic viscosity*Length of Pipe/(Diameter of Pipe^2)) Go
Mean Velocity of Flow
mean_velocity = -(1/(8*Dynamic viscosity))*Pressure Gradient*radius of pipe^2 Go
Mean Velocity When Frictional Velocity is Given
mean_velocity = Friction velocity/sqrt(Friction factor/8) Go
Mean velocity of the follower during the return stroke(uniform acceleration)
mean_velocity = Stroke of the follower/Time required for the return stroke Go
Mean velocity of the follower during outstroke(uniform acceleration)
mean_velocity = Stroke of the follower/Time required for the out stroke Go
Mean River Velocity in Float Method
mean_velocity = 0.85*Surface Velocity of the River Go
Mean Velocity of Flow when Maximum Velocity at axis of Cylindrical Element is Given
mean_velocity = 0.5*Maximum velocity Go

### Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given Formula

mean_velocity = sqrt([g]*Depth)-Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet
V = sqrt([g]*d)-V

## What is Absolute Velocity ?

The concept of absolute velocity is mainly used in turbomachinery design and defines the velocity of a fluid particle in relation to the surrounding, stationary environment. Together with the relative velocity (w) and the circumferential speed (u), it forms the velocity triangle.

## How to Calculate Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given?

Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given calculator uses mean_velocity = sqrt([g]*Depth)-Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet to calculate the Mean velocity, The Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given is defined as velocity of the flow in the channel. Mean velocity and is denoted by V symbol.

How to calculate Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given, enter Depth (d) and Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet (V) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> -9.009715 = sqrt([g]*0.1)-10.

### FAQ

What is Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given?
The Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given is defined as velocity of the flow in the channel and is represented as V = sqrt([g]*d)-V or mean_velocity = sqrt([g]*Depth)-Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet. Depth is the distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something and Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet is actual velocity of jet used in propeller.
How to calculate Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given?
The Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given is defined as velocity of the flow in the channel is calculated using mean_velocity = sqrt([g]*Depth)-Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet. To calculate Velocity of Flow when Absolute Velocity of Surges is Given, you need Depth (d) and Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet (V). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Depth and Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet 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 Mean velocity?
In this formula, Mean velocity uses Depth and Absolute Velocity of the Issuing Jet. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
• mean_velocity = Stroke of the follower/Time required for the return stroke
• mean_velocity = Stroke of the follower/Time required for the out stroke
• mean_velocity = Friction velocity/sqrt(Friction factor/8)
• mean_velocity = 0.85*Surface Velocity of the River
• mean_velocity = -(1/(8*Dynamic viscosity))*Pressure Gradient*radius of pipe^2
• mean_velocity = 0.5*Maximum velocity
• mean_velocity = Pressure Difference/(32*Dynamic viscosity*Length of Pipe/(Diameter of Pipe^2))
• mean_velocity = Head loss/((32*Dynamic viscosity*Length of Pipe)/(specific weight of liquid*Diameter of Pipe^2))
• mean_velocity = sqrt((head loss due to friction*2*[g]*Diameter of Pipe)/(Darcy friction factor*Length of Pipe))
• mean_velocity = (64*Dynamic viscosity)/(Darcy friction factor*density of fluid*Diameter of Pipe)
• mean_velocity = sqrt((8*[g]*Shear Stress)/(specific weight of liquid*Darcy friction factor)) Let Others Know
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