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Calculators Created by M Naveen
M Naveen
National Institute of Technology
(NIT)
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Warangal
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lucky-naveen-b6a007181/
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List of Calculators by M Naveen
Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by M Naveen. M Naveen has created 547 and verified 922 calculators across 300 different categories till date.
Air Trip Distribution Models
(12)
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Constant of Proportionality for greater Air Trip Distances
Go
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Constant of Proportionality given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
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Cost of Travel between i and j given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
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Distance between i and j given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j
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Population of destination city given travel by air passengers between cities
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Population of origin city given travel by air passengers between cities
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Total Air Trips generated in City i for greater Air Trip Distances
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Total Air Trips generated in City i given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
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Total Air Trips generated in City j for greater Air Trip Distances
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Total Air Trips generated in City j given Travel by Air Passengers between Cities
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Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j for greater Air Trip Distances
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Travel by Air Passengers between Cities i and j given Travel Cost
Go
1 More Air Trip Distribution Models Calculators
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Braking Distance
(3)
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Braking Distance on Inclined Surface
Go
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Braking Distance on Inclined Surface with Efficiency
Go
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Breaking Distance given Stopping Sight Distance
Go
4 More Braking Distance Calculators
Go
Length of Transition Curve
(8)
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Hands-Off Velocity
Go
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Length given Angle of Super Elevation
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Length of Transition Curve given Time Rate
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Length when Comfort Condition Holds Good for Highways
Go
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Length when Comfort Condition Holds Good for Railways
Go
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Rate of Change of Radial Acceleration
Go
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Time Rate given Length of Transition Curve
Go
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Time Taken given Radial Acceleration
Go
2 More Length of Transition Curve Calculators
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Mean Velocity of Flow
(1)
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Mean Velocity of Flow given Pressure Head Drop
Go
3 More Mean Velocity of Flow Calculators
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Pressure Gradient
(1)
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Pressure Gradient given Shear Stress Distribution Profile
Go
1 More Pressure Gradient Calculators
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Velocity of Piston
(2)
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Velocity of Piston for Shear Force Resisting Motion of Piston
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Velocity of Pistons for Pressure Drop over Length of Piston
Go
2 More Velocity of Piston Calculators
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Aborted Takeoff
(6)
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Distance to Accelerate and Stop given Full Strength Pavement Distance
Go
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Field Length or Total Amount of Runway needed
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Full Strength Pavement Distance for Aborted Takeoff
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Full Strength Pavement Distance given Field Length
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Stopway Distance given Field Length
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Stopway Distance given Full Strength Pavement Distance
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Absolute Velocity
(4)
Created
Absolute velocity for dynamic thrust exerted by jet on plate
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Absolute Velocity for given Normal Thrust Normal to Direction of Jet
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Absolute Velocity for given Normal Thrust Parallel to Direction of Jet
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Absolute Velocity for Mass of Fluid Striking Plate
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Aircraft Gross Wing
(5)
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Aircraft Gross Wing Area for Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
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Aircraft Gross Wing Area given Vehicle Speed under Steady Flight Conditions
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Aircraft Gross Wing Area given Vehicle Stalling Speed
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Maximum Attainable Lift Coefficient given Vehicle Stalling Speed
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Vehicle Stalling Speed given Maximum Attainable Lift Coefficient
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Aircraft Runway Length Estimation
(10)
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Desired Take off Weight
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Fuel Weight to be Carried given Desired Takeoff Weight
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Lift Coefficient for Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
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Lifting Force given Friction Force due to Rolling Resistance
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Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
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Operating Empty Weight when Desired Take-off Weight is considered
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Payload carried when desired take-off weight is considered
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Speed of Sound (Mach number)
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True Mach number when true aircraft speed
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Vehicle Speed for Lifting Force Provided by Wing Body of Vehicle
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1 More Aircraft Runway Length Estimation Calculators
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Allowable Stress Design for Bridge Beams
(1)
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Moment Gradient Factor given Smaller and Larger Beam End Moment
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2 More Allowable Stress Design for Bridge Beams Calculators
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Allowable Stress Design for Shear in Bridges
(1)
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Shear Buckling Coefficient given Allowable Shear Stress for Flexural Members in Bridges
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2 More Allowable Stress Design for Shear in Bridges Calculators
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Angular Momentum Principles
(6)
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Change in Rate of Flow given Torque Exerted on Fluid
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Radial Distance r1 given Torque Exerted on Fluid
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Radial Distance r2 given Torque Exerted on Fluid
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Torque Exerted on Fluid
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Velocity at Radial Distance r1 given Torque Exerted on Fluid
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Velocity at Radial Distance r2 given Torque Exerted on Fluid
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Arch Dams
(1)
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Rotation due to Shear on Arch Dam
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8 More Arch Dams Calculators
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Archimedes Law and Buoyancy
(3)
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Buoyant Force of Body Submerged in Fluid
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Mass Density of Fluid for Buoyant Force Submerged in Fluid
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Volume of Submerged part of object given Buoyant Force of body Submerged in Fluid
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Area Increment Method
(5)
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Depth at which Reservoir is Completely filled up
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Incremental Sediment Volume
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Original reservoir area at new zero level
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Sediment Volume between Old Zero and New Zero Bed Level
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Sediment volume to be distributed in reservoir
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Area of Cross Section
(4)
Created
Area of Cross Section for Force Exerted by Jet in Direction of Flow
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Area of Cross Section for Force Exerted by Jet with relative velocity
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Area of Cross Section for Mass of Fluid Striking moving Vane per Second
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Area of Cross Section for work done by Jet on vane per second
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Assessment of Available Power
(11)
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Amount of Hydropower
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Effective Head given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Efficiency of Hydropower Station given Amount of Hydropower
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Efficiency of Hydropower Station given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Head given Amount of Hydropower
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Head given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Head Loss given Amount of Hydropower
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Head Loss given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Period of Flow given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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Rate of Flow of Water given Energy through Hydraulic Turbines
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At Proof Load
(2)
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Maximum Bending Stress at Proof Load of Leaf Spring
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Thickness given Maximum Bending Stress at Proof Load of Leaf Spring
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3 More At Proof Load Calculators
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At Transfer
(3)
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Area of Concrete for Known Stress in Concrete without Non-Prestressed Reinforcement
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Area of Non-Prestressed Reinforcement given Stress in Concrete
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Stress in Concrete in Member without Non-Prestressed Reinforcement
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Attractive Force Potentials
(13)
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Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Moon
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Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Moon given Harmonic Polynomial Expansion
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Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Sun
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Attractive Force Potentials per unit Mass for Sun given Harmonic Polynomial Expansion
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Distance from center of earth to center of moon given attractive force potentials
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Mass of Moon for Given Attractive Force Potentials
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Mass of Moon given attractive force potentials with harmonic polynomial expansion
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Mass of Sun for Given Attractive Force Potentials
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Mass of Sun given attractive force potentials with harmonic polynomial expansion
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Mean radius of earth given attractive force potentials per unit mass for moon
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Mean radius of earth given attractive force potentials per unit mass for Sun
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Moon's Tide-generating attractive Force Potential
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Tide-generating attractive Force Potential for Sun
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Average Velocity in Uniform Flow in Channels
(1)
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Strickler Formula for Average Height of Roughness Protrusions
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8 More Average Velocity in Uniform Flow in Channels Calculators
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Bar of Uniform Strength
(1)
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Area at Section 1 of Bars of Uniform Strength
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2 More Bar of Uniform Strength Calculators
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Basic Relationship of Thermodynamics
(18)
Created
Absolute Pressure given Absolute Temperature
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Absolute Temperature given Absolute Pressure
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Change in Internal Energy given Total Heat Supplied to Gas
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Constant for External Work Done in Adiabatic process Introducing Pressure
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Continuity Equation for Compressible Fluids
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External Work Done by Gas given Total Heat Supplied
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External Work Done by Gas in Adiabatic Process Introducing Pressure
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Gas Constant given Absolute Pressure
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Kinetic Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
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Mass Density given Absolute Pressure
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Molecular Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
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Potential Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
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Pressure Energy given Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
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Pressure for External Work Done by Gas in Adiabatic Process Introducing Pressure
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Pressure given Constant
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Specific Volume for External Work Done in Adiabatic Process Introducing Pressure
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Total Energy in Compressible Fluids
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Total Heat Supplied to Gas
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Bay Superelevation
(2)
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Superelevation due to Varying Entrance Channel Cross-Section
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Tidal Amplitude in Ocean
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2 More Bay Superelevation Calculators
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Beams
(1)
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Limiting Laterally Unbraced Length for Inelastic Lateral Buckling for Box Beams
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12 More Beams Calculators
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Beams
(10)
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Beam Depth for Extreme Fiber Stress in Rectangular Timber Beam
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Beam Depth given Horizontal Shearing Stress
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Beam Width given Extreme Fiber Stress for Rectangular Timber Beam
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Beam Width given Horizontal Shearing Stress
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Bending Moment using Extreme Fiber Stress for Rectangular Timber Beam
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Extreme Fiber Stress for Rectangular Timber Beam given Section Modulus
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Extreme Fiber Stress in Bending for Rectangular Timber Beam
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Horizontal Shearing Stress in Rectangular Timber Beam
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Section Modulus given Height and Breadth of Section
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Total Shear given Horizontal Shearing Stress
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3 More Beams Calculators
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Bed Material Load
(2)
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Equation for Suspended Sediment Load
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Stream Flow Discharge given Suspended Sediment Load
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1 More Bed Material Load Calculators
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Bending Stresses
(2)
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Dead Load Moment given Stress in Steel for Shored Members
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Stress in Steel for Unshored Members
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8 More Bending Stresses Calculators
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Boyle's law
(4)
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Boyle's Law According to Adiabatic Process
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Boyle's Law According to Isothermal Process
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Boyle's Law given Mass Density
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Boyle's Law given Weight Density in Adiabatic Process
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Broad Crested Weir
(20)
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Actual Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Additional Head given Head for Broad Crested Weir
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Coefficient of Discharge for Max Discharge over Crested Weir
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Coefficient of Discharge given Actual Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge of Weir if Critical Depth is Constant
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Critical Depth due to Reduction in Area of Flow Section given Total Head
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Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Head for Broad Crested Weir
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Head if Velocity is considered for Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Length of Crest given Actual Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Length of Crest given Discharge over Weir
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Length of Crest if Critical Depth is Constant for Discharge of Weir
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Length of Crest over Broad Crested Weir for Max Discharge
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Max Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Maximum Discharge of Broad Crested Weir if Critical Depth is Constant
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Total Head above Weir Crest
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Total Head for Actual Discharge over Broad Crested Weir
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Total Head for Maximum Discharge
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Total Head given Discharge over Weir Crest
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Velocity of Flow given Head
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Buoyancy Force and Center of Buoyancy
(12)
Created
Buoyancy Force given Volume of Vertical Prism
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Created
Buoyant Force on Entire Submerged Body
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Buoyant Force on Vertical Prism
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Buoyant Force when Body Floats at between two Immiscible Fluids of Specific Weights
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Cross Sectional Area of Prism given Buoyancy Force
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Created
Cross Sectional Area of Prism given Volume of Vertical Prism dV
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Pressure Head Difference given Buoyancy Force
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Pressure Head Difference given Volume of Vertical Prism dV
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Specific Weight pf Fluid given Buoyancy Force
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Total Buoyant Force given Volumes of Elementary Prism Submerged in Fluids
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Volume of Submerged Body given Buoyant Force on Entire Submerged Body
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Volume of Vertical Prism
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Buttress Dams using law of Trapezoid
(2)
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Maximum Intensity of Vertical Force in horizontal plane on Buttress Dam
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Minimum Intensity in horizontal plane on Buttress Dam
Go
9 More Buttress Dams using law of Trapezoid Calculators
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Cable Systems
(2)
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Natural Frequency of Each Cable
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Span of Cable given Natural Frequency of Each Cable
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2 More Cable Systems Calculators
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Calculation of Crack Width
(7)
Created
Average Strain at Selected Level given Crack Width
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Center to Center Spacing given Shortest Distance
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Crack Width on Surface of Section
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Created
Depth of Neutral Axis given Crack Width
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Diameter of Longitudinal Bar given Shortest Distance
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Created
Effective Cover given Shortest Distance
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Created
Minimum Clear Cover given Crack Width
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Cantilever and Counterfort Retaining Walls
(2)
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Counterfort Shear Unit Stress on Horizontal Section
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Created
Shear Force on Section for Vertical Wall Face
Go
3 More Cantilever and Counterfort Retaining Walls Calculators
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Capillary Tube Viscometer
(4)
Verified
Cross Sectional Area of Tube using Dynamic Viscosity
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Diameter of Pipe given Kinematic Viscosity
Go
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Diameter of Pipe using Dynamic Viscosity with Time
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Length of Pipe given Kinematic Viscosity
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3 More Capillary Tube Viscometer Calculators
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Catenary
(1)
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UDL given Tension at any Point of Simple Cable with UDL
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3 More Catenary Calculators
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Catenary Cable Sag and Distance between Supports
(1)
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Tension at Supports given Catenary Parameter for UDL on Catenary Parabolic Cable
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5 More Catenary Cable Sag and Distance between Supports Calculators
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Centrifugal Ratio
(6)
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Centrifugal Force Acting on Vehicle
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Centrifugal Ratio
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Design Speed of Highway
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Design Speed of Railway
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Radius of Curve given Centrifugal Force
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Speed of Vehicle given Centrifugal Force
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Circular Curves on Highways and Roads
(27)
Created
Approximate Chord Offset for Chord of Length
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Created
Central angle for Portion of Curve Approximate for Chord definition
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Created
Central Angle for Portion of Curve Exact for Arc definition
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Central Angle of Curve for given Length of Curve
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Central Angle of Curve for given Length of Long Chord
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Created
Central Angle of Curve for given Tangent Distance
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Degree of Curve for given Length of Curve
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Degree of Curve for given Radius of Curve
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Degree of Curve when Central Angle for Portion of Curve
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Exact Length of Curve
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Exact Tangent Distance
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External Distance
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Length of Curve given Central Angle for portion of Curve
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Length of Curve or Chord by Central Angle given Central Angle for Portion of Curve
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Length of Curve or Chord by Central Angle given Tangent Offset for Chord of Length
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Length of Curve or Chord determined by Central Angle given Chord Offset for Chord of Length
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Length of Long Chord
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Radius of Curve
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Radius of Curve Exact for Chord
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Radius of Curve given Chord offset for Chord of Length
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Radius of Curve given Length of Long Chord
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Radius of Curve given Tangent offset for Chord of Length
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Radius of Curve using Degree of Curve
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Radius of Curve using External Distance
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Radius of Curve using Midordinate
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Radius of Curve using Tangent Distance
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Tangent Offset for Chord of Length
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Circular Section
(7)
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Chezy Constant given Discharge through Channels
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Depth of Flow in most Efficient Channel for Maximum Discharge
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Depth of flow in most Efficient Channel in circular channel
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Diameter of Section given Depth of flow in most Efficient Channel section
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Discharge through Channels
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Hydraulic Radius in most Efficient channel for Maximum Velocity
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Radius of Section given Hydraulic Radius in most Efficient Channel for Maximum Velocity
Go
12 More Circular Section Calculators
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Circular Tapering Rod
(5)
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Diameter at One End of Circular Tapering Rod
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Elongation of Circular Tapering Rod
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Elongation of Prismatic Rod
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Length of Circular Tapered Rod with Uniform Cross Section
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Length of Circular Tapering rod
Go
5 More Circular Tapering Rod Calculators
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Circulation and Vorticity
(1)
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Vorticity of Fluid Flows
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2 More Circulation and Vorticity Calculators
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Cnoidal Wave Theory
(7)
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Complete Elliptic Integral of Second Kind
Go
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Distance from Bottom to Crest
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Distance from Bottom to Wave Trough
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Free Surface Elevation of Solitary Waves
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Trough to Crest Wave Height
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Wave Height when Free Surface Elevation of Solitary Waves
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Wavelength for Complete Elliptic Integral of First Kind
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7 More Cnoidal Wave Theory Calculators
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Coaxial Cylinder Viscometers
(5)
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Radius of Inner Cylinder given Torque exerted on Inner Cylinder
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Radius of Inner Cylinder given Velocity Gradient
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Speed of Outer Cylinder given Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
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Speed of Outer Cylinder given Torque exerted on Outer Cylinder
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Torque exerted on Inner Cylinder
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15 More Coaxial Cylinder Viscometers Calculators
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Coefficient of Friction
(1)
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Coefficient of Longitudinal Friction given Breaking Distance
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1 More Coefficient of Friction Calculators
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Combined Axial and Bending Loads
(3)
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Moment of Inertia given Moment of Resistance, Stress induced and Distance from Extreme Fiber
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Moment of Inertia given Young's Modulus, Moment of Resistance and Radius
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Young's Modulus given Distance from Extreme Fiber along with Radius and Stress Induced
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16 More Combined Axial and Bending Loads Calculators
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Combined Bending and Torsion Condition
(2)
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Angle of Twist in Combined Bending and Torsion
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Angle of Twist in Combined Bending and Torsional Stress
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4 More Combined Bending and Torsion Condition Calculators
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Complementary Induced Stress
(3)
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Normal Stress when Complementary Shear Stresses Induced
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Shear Stress along Oblique Plane when Complementary Shear Stresses Induced
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Shear Stress due to Induced Complementary Shear Stresses and Normal Stress on Oblique Plane
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3 More Complementary Induced Stress Calculators
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Composite Construction
(9)
Created
Allowable Stress in Flanges
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Dead Load Moment Given Maximum Stress in Bottom Flange
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Dead Load Moment given Maximum Unit Stress in Steel
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Live Load Moment given Maximum Stress in Bottom Flange
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Live Load Moment given Maximum Unit Stress in Steel
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Maximum Stress in Bottom Flange
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Maximum Unit Stress in Steel
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Section Modulus of Transformed Composite Section given Maximum Stress in Bottom Flange
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Yield Strength given Allowable Stress in Flange
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Compressibility of Aquifers
(3)
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Barometric Efficiency given Compressibility Parameters
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Coefficient of Storage for Unconfined Aquifer
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Saturated thickness of aquifer when coefficient of storage for unconfined aquifer is considered
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1 More Compressibility of Aquifers Calculators
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Computation of Uniform Flow
(4)
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Area of Channel Section given Conveyance of Channel Section
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Area of Channel Section given Discharge
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Chezy Constant given Conveyance of Channel Section
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Hydraulic Radius of Channel Section given Discharge
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15 More Computation of Uniform Flow Calculators
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Constant Thickness on Arch Dam
(1)
Verified
Constant K3 given Deflection due to Shear on Arch Dam
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5 More Constant Thickness on Arch Dam Calculators
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Continued Takeoff
(8)
Verified
Clearway Distance for Continued Takeoff
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Clearway Distance given Field Length under Continued Takeoff
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Clearway Distance given Takeoff Run
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Distance of 35 ft Obstacle given Takeoff Run
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Distance to clear 35 ft Obstacle for Clearway Distance for Continued Takeoff
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Field Length or Total Amount of Runway needed under Continued Takeoff
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Liftoff Distance given Clearway Distance for Continued Takeoff
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Takeoff Run for Continued Takeoff
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Continuity Equation
(5)
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Cross Sectional Area at Section 1 for Steady Flow
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Cross Sectional Area at Section given Discharge for Steady Incompressible Fluid
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Mass Density at Section 1 for Steady Flow
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Velocity at Section 1 for Steady Flow
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Velocity at Section for Discharge through Section for Steady Incompressible Fluid
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4 More Continuity Equation Calculators
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Crack Control of Flexural Members
(2)
Created
Equation for Crack Control Specific Limits
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Stress Calculated in Crack Control
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Critical Depth
(3)
Verified
Critical Depth at Different Discharges
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Critical Depth given Depth of Parabolic Channel
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Critical Depth given Maximum Discharge
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2 More Critical Depth Calculators
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Critical Flow and its Computation
(2)
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Critical Depth given Critical Energy for Triangular Channel
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Critical Energy for Triangular Channel
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14 More Critical Flow and its Computation Calculators
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Critical Velocity
(2)
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Critical Velocity given Discharge
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Critical Velocity given Maximum Discharge
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5 More Critical Velocity Calculators
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Cross Sectional Area
(3)
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Cross Sectional Area given Dynamic Thrust Exerted by Jet on Plate
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Cross Sectional Area given Mass of Fluid Striking Plate
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Cross Sectional Area given Work Done by Jet on Plate per Second
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Cross Sectional Area
(4)
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Cross Section Area for Mass of Fluid Striking Plate
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Cross Sectional Area for given Dynamic Thrust Exerted by Jet on Plate
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Cross Sectional Area for given Normal Thrust Normal to Direction of Jet
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Cross Sectional Area for given Work Done by Jet per Second
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Cylindrical Vessel Containing Liquid Rotating with its Axis Horizontal.
(1)
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Liquid Column Height given Pressure Intensity at Radial Distance from Axis
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4 More Cylindrical Vessel Containing Liquid Rotating with its Axis Horizontal. Calculators
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Cylindrical Vessel Containing Liquid Rotating with its Axis Vertical
(7)
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Centripetal Acceleration Exerted on Liquid Mass at Radial Distance from Axis
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Constant Angular Velocity given Centripetal acceleration at radial distance r from axis
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Constant Angular Velocity given Equation of Free Surface of Liquid
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Equation of Free Surface of liquid
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Radial Distance for Pressure at Any Point with Origin at Free Surface
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Radial Distance given Centripetal Acceleration from Axis
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Vertical Depth given Pressure at any point with Origin at Free Surface
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2 More Cylindrical Vessel Containing Liquid Rotating with its Axis Vertical Calculators
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Darcy – Weisbach Equation
(4)
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Density of Liquid using Mean Velocity given Shear Stress with Friction Factor
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Length of Pipe given Head Loss due to Frictional Resistance
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Reynolds Number given Friction Factor
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Shear Stress given Friction Factor and Density
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10 More Darcy – Weisbach Equation Calculators
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Dash-Pot Mechanism
(3)
Verified
Length of Piston for Vertical Upward Force on Piston
Go
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Total Forces
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Vertical Force given Total Force
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9 More Dash-Pot Mechanism Calculators
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Deflection
(2)
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Deflection due to Self Weight given Short Term Deflection at Transfer
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Short Term Deflection at Transfer
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Deflection due to Prestressing Force
(18)
Created
Deflection due to Prestressing for Parabolic Tendon
Go
Created
Deflection due to Prestressing for Singly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Deflection due to Prestressing Force before Losses when Short Term Deflection at Transfer
Go
Created
Deflection due to Prestressing given Doubly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Flexural Rigidity given Deflection due to Prestressing for Doubly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Flexural Rigidity given Deflection due to Prestressing for Parabolic Tendon
Go
Created
Flexural Rigidity given Deflection due to Prestressing for Singly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Length of Span given Deflection due to Prestressing for Doubly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Length of Span given Deflection due to Prestressing for Singly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia for Deflection due to Prestressing for Parabolic Tendon
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia for Deflection due to Prestressing in Doubly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia for Deflection due to Prestressing of Singly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Uplift Thrust given Deflection due to Prestressing for Doubly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Uplift Thrust given Deflection due to Prestressing for Singly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Uplift Thrust when Deflection due to Prestressing for Parabolic Tendon
Go
Created
Young's Modulus given Deflection due to Prestressing for Doubly Harped Tendon
Go
Created
Young's Modulus given Deflection due to Prestressing for Parabolic Tendon
Go
Created
Young's Modulus given Deflection due to Prestressing for Singly Harped Tendon
Go
Density Currents in Harbors
(2)
Verified
Average Harbor Depth
Go
Verified
Difference between High and Low Tide Levels given Tidal Prism of Harbor Basin
Go
21 More Density Currents in Harbors Calculators
Go
Density Influence
(4)
Verified
Density Influence
Go
Verified
Filling Current Velocity given Density Influence
Go
Verified
Length of Harbor given Density Influence
Go
Verified
Time Interval over which Density Difference exists given Density Influence
Go
Density of Sediment Deposits
(1)
Verified
Rough estimation for unit weight of deposit due to Koelzer and Lara
Go
7 More Density of Sediment Deposits Calculators
Go
Depth of Channel
(2)
Verified
Depth of Parabolic Channel given Critical Depth
Go
Verified
Depth of Parabolic Channel given Width of Parabolic Channel
Go
2 More Depth of Channel Calculators
Go
Description of the Flow Pattern
(1)
Verified
Slope of Streamline
Go
2 More Description of the Flow Pattern Calculators
Go
Design of Rapid Mix Basin and Flocculation Basin
(7)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Mean Velocity Gradient
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Retention Time given Volume of Rapid Mix Basin
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity Gradient given Power Requirement
Go
Verified
Power Requirement given Mean Velocity Gradient
Go
Verified
Required Volume of Flocculation Basin
Go
Verified
Retention Time given Volume of Flocculation Basin
Go
Verified
Volume of Mixing Tank given Mean Velocity Gradient
Go
12 More Design of Rapid Mix Basin and Flocculation Basin Calculators
Go
Design of Stiffeners
(8)
Created
Allowable Bearing Stress on Projected Area of Fasteners
Go
Created
Cross sectional area of Column Web Stiffeners
Go
Created
Distance between Outer Face of Column Flange and Web Toe given Cross sectional Area
Go
Created
Stiffener Yield Stress given Cross Sectional Area of Column Web Stiffeners
Go
Created
Tensile Strength of Connected Part using Allowable Bearing Stress
Go
Created
Thickness of Column Flange
Go
Created
Thickness of Column Web given Column Web Depth Clear of Fillets
Go
Created
Thickness of Column Web when Cross Sectional area of Column Web Stiffeners
Go
Determination of Metacentric Height
(3)
Created
Angle Made by Pendulum
Go
Created
Distance Moved by Pendulum on Horizontal scale
Go
Created
Length of Plumb Line
Go
Development Length Requirements
(4)
Created
Bar Steel Yield Strength given Basic Development Length
Go
Created
Basic Development Length for 14mm Diameter Bars
Go
Created
Basic Development Length for 18mm Diameter Bars
Go
Created
Basic Development Length for Bars and Wire in Tension
Go
3 More Development Length Requirements Calculators
Go
Discharge
(7)
Created
Discharge considering Approach Velocity
Go
Created
Discharge for Notch which is to be Calibrated
Go
Created
Discharge given Velocity Approach
Go
Created
Discharge over Weir without considering Velocity
Go
Created
Discharge Passing over Weir considering Velocity
Go
Created
Discharge when End Contractions is suppressed and Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Discharge when End Contractions is suppressed and Velocity is not considered
Go
Discharge in Channel
(3)
Verified
Discharge given Critical Depth
Go
Verified
Discharge given Flow Area of Throat
Go
Verified
Maximum Discharge given Width of Throat
Go
4 More Discharge in Channel Calculators
Go
Disposing of storm water
(1)
Verified
Runoff Quantity with Full Gutter Flow
Go
9 More Disposing of storm water Calculators
Go
Drill String Buckling
(2)
Verified
Column Slenderness Ratio for Critical Buckling Load
Go
Verified
Critical Buckling Load
Go
5 More Drill String Buckling Calculators
Go
Dynamic Viscosity
(1)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Pressure Difference
Go
3 More Dynamic Viscosity Calculators
Go
Eckman Wind Drift
(5)
Verified
Atmospheric Pressure as function of Salinity and Temperature
Go
Verified
Density given Atmospheric Pressure whose value of Thousand is reduced from Density Value
Go
Verified
Salinity given Atmospheric Pressure
Go
Verified
Velocity at Surface given Velocity detail of Current Profile in Three Dimensions
Go
Verified
Velocity in Current Profile in Three Dimensions by introducing Polar Coordinates
Go
10 More Eckman Wind Drift Calculators
Go
Effect on Discharge Over a Weir Due to Error in the Measurement of Head
(4)
Created
Error in Computed Discharge given Error in Head for Rectangular Weir
Go
Created
Error in Computed Discharge given Error in Head for Triangular Weir
Go
Created
Error in Head for Rectangular Weir
Go
Created
Error in Head for Triangular Weir
Go
Efficiency of Turbine
(1)
Verified
Efficiency of Turbine and Generator for Power obtained from Water Flow in Horsepower
Go
3 More Efficiency of Turbine Calculators
Go
Elastic Modulus of Rock
(1)
Verified
Elastic Modulus of Rock given Deflection due to Thrust on Arch Dam
Go
5 More Elastic Modulus of Rock Calculators
Go
Elbow Meter
(1)
Verified
Coefficient of Discharge of Elbow Meter given Discharge
Go
3 More Elbow Meter Calculators
Go
Elongation of Tapering Bar due to Self Weight
(2)
Verified
Length of Bar given Elongation of Conical Bar due to Self Weight
Go
Verified
Length of Circular Tapering Rod when deflection due to load
Go
11 More Elongation of Tapering Bar due to Self Weight Calculators
Go
Empirical Area Reduction Method
(11)
Verified
Difference in Elevations and Original bed of Reservoir given New Total Depth of Reservoir
Go
Verified
Difference in elevations of full reservoir level and original bed of reservoir
Go
Verified
Height up to which Sediment completely fills up given new Relative Depth
Go
Verified
New total depth of reservoir
Go
Verified
Relative area for different type classification of reservoir
Go
Verified
Relative Area given Soil Erodibility Factor
Go
Verified
Relative Depth at New Zero Elevation
Go
Verified
Sediment area at any height above datum
Go
Verified
Volume of Sediment Deposited between two Consecutive Heights by Average End Area Method
Go
Verified
Volume of Sediment Deposited between two Consecutive Heights by Weighted Area Method
Go
Verified
Volume of Sediment Deposition given Incremental Area
Go
Energy Flux Method
(12)
Verified
Energy Dissipation Rate by Battjes and Janssen
Go
Verified
Energy Dissipation Rate per unit Surface Area due to Wave Breaking
Go
Verified
Energy Flux associated with Stable Wave Height
Go
Verified
Maximum Wave Height given Energy Dissipation Rate
Go
Verified
Maximum Wave Height using Miche Criterion
Go
Verified
Mean Wave Frequency given Energy Dissipation Rate
Go
Verified
Percentage of Waves Breaking given Energy Dissipation Rate
Go
Verified
Water Depth given Energy Dissipation Rate per unit Surface Area due to Wave Breaking
Go
Verified
Water Depth given Maximum Wave Height by Miche criterion
Go
Verified
Water Depth given Stable Wave Height
Go
Verified
Wave Number given Maximum Wave Height by Miche Criterion
Go
Verified
Wavelength given Maximum Wave Height by Miche Criterion
Go
1 More Energy Flux Method Calculators
Go
Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
(6)
Verified
Kinetic Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Verified
Potential Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Verified
Wave Height given Kinetic Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Verified
Wave Height given Potential Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Verified
Wavelength for Kinetic Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Verified
Wavelength given Potential Energy per unit Length of Wave Crest
Go
Equilibrium of Compressible Fluid Atmospheric Equilibrium
(6)
Created
Atmospheric Pressure According to Polytropic Process
Go
Created
Density According to Polytropic Process
Go
Created
Initial Density According to Polytropic Process
Go
Created
Initial Pressure according to Polytropic Process
Go
Created
Positive Constant
Go
Created
Temperature Lapse Rate
Go
2 More Equilibrium of Compressible Fluid Atmospheric Equilibrium Calculators
Go
Equivalent Bending Moment & Torque
(5)
Verified
Bending Stress of Circular Shaft given Equivalent Bending Moment
Go
Verified
Diameter of Circular Shaft for Equivalent Torque and Maximum Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Diameter of Circular Shaft given Equivalent Bending Stress
Go
Verified
Equivalent Torque given Maximum Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Maximum Shear Stress due to Equivalent Torque
Go
2 More Equivalent Bending Moment & Torque Calculators
Go
Estimating Marine and Coastal Winds
(3)
Verified
Air Temperature given Air-Sea Temperature Difference
Go
Verified
Air-Sea Temperature Difference
Go
Verified
Water Temperature given Air-Sea Temperature Difference
Go
21 More Estimating Marine and Coastal Winds Calculators
Go
Euler's Equation of Motion
(3)
Verified
Pressure using Pressure Head for Steady Non Viscous Flow
Go
Verified
Velocity Head for Steady Non Viscous Flow
Go
Verified
Velocity of Flow given Velocity Head for Steady Non Viscous Flow
Go
6 More Euler's Equation of Motion Calculators
Go
Evaluation of Average Strain and Neutral Axis Depth
(13)
Created
Area of Prestressing Steel given Tension Force
Go
Created
Average Strain under Tension
Go
Created
Compression Force for Prestressed Section
Go
Created
Couple Force of Cross Section
Go
Created
Depth of Neutral Axis given Couple Force of Cross Section
Go
Created
Height of Crack Width at Soffit given Average Strain
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete given Couple Force of Cross-Section
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Prestressed Steel given Compression Force
Go
Created
Strain at Selected Level given Average Strain under Tension
Go
Created
Strain given Couple Force of Cross Section
Go
Created
Strain in Longitudinal Reinforcement given Tension Force
Go
Created
Strain in Prestressed Steel given Tension Force
Go
Created
Width of Section given Couple Force of Cross Section
Go
Flat Plate Inclined at an Angle to the Jet
(12)
Created
Cross Sectional Area of Jet for given Dynamic Thrust Normal to Direction of Jet
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area of Jet for given Dynamic Thrust Parallel to Direction of Jet
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area of Jet for given Thrust Exerted in Direction of Normal to Plate
Go
Created
Discharge Flowing by Jet
Go
Created
Discharge Flowing in Direction Normal to Plate
Go
Created
Discharge Flowing in Direction Parallel to Plate
Go
Created
Force Exerted by Jet in Direction Normal to Plate
Go
Created
Force Exerted by Jet Normal to Direction of Jet Normal to Plate
Go
Created
Force Exerted by Jet Parallel to Direction of Jet Normal to Plate
Go
Created
Velocity of Fluid given Thrust Exerted Normal to Plate
Go
Created
Velocity of Fluid given Thrust Normal to Jet
Go
Created
Velocity of Fluid given Thrust Parallel to Jet
Go
Flat Plate Inclined at an Angle to the Jet
(3)
Created
Dynamic Thrust Exerted by Jet on Plate
Go
Created
Normal Thrust Normal to Direction of Jet
Go
Created
Normal Thrust Parallel to Direction of Jet
Go
Flat Plate Normal to the Jet
(6)
Created
Absolute Velocity given Thrust Exerted by Jet on Plate
Go
Created
Dynamic Thrust Exerted on Plate by Jet
Go
Created
Efficiency of Wheel
Go
Created
Velocity of jet for mass of fluid striking plate
Go
Created
Velocity of jet given dynamic thrust exerted by jet on plate
Go
Created
Work Done by Jet on Plate per Second
Go
Flat Plate Normal to the Jet
(6)
Created
Area of Cross Section of Jet for Force Exerted by Stationary Plate on Jet
Go
Created
Area of Cross Section of Jet given Mass of Fluid
Go
Created
Force Exerted by Stationary Plate on Jet
Go
Created
Mass Flow Rate of Fluid Striking Plate
Go
Created
Velocity for Force Exerted by Stationary Plate on Jet
Go
Created
Velocity given Mass of Fluid
Go
Flitched Beam
(1)
Verified
Thickness of Steel given Equivalent Width of Flitched Beam
Go
2 More Flitched Beam Calculators
Go
Flow Over a Trapizoidal Weir or Notch
(12)
Created
Additional Head given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir Considering Velocity
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Created
Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Created
Discharge for Cipolletti Weir if Velocity is Considered
Go
Created
Discharge over Cipolletti Weir by Francis Cipolletti
Go
Created
Discharge over Trapezoidal Notch if overall Coefficient of Discharge for Trapezoidal notch
Go
Created
Head given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Created
Head given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir using Velocity
Go
Created
Head given Discharge over Cipolletti Weir
Go
Created
Length of Crest given Discharge for Cipolletti Weir
Go
Created
Length of Crest given Discharge over Cipolletti Weir by Francis, Cipolletti
Go
Created
Length of Crest when Discharge for Cipolletti Weir and Velocity is Considered
Go
Flow over a Triangular Weir or Notch
(8)
Created
Coefficient of Discharge when Discharge for Triangular Weir when Angle is 90
Go
Created
Discharge for Entire Triangular Weir
Go
Created
Discharge for Triangular Weir if Angle is at 90
Go
Created
Discharge for Triangular Weir if Coefficient Discharge is Constant
Go
Created
Discharge for Triangular Weir if Velocity is Considered
Go
Created
Head for Discharge for Entire Triangular Weir
Go
Created
Head when Coefficient Discharge is Constant
Go
Created
Head when Discharge for Triangular Weir Angle is 90
Go
Flow Over Rectangular Sharp-Crested Weir or Notch
(17)
Created
Approach Velocity
Go
Created
Bazins Formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Bazins Formula for Discharge if Velocity is not considered
Go
Created
Coefficient for Bazin Formula
Go
Created
Coefficient for Bazin Formula if Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge if Velocity considered
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge if Velocity not considered
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge over Weir without considering Velocity
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge Passing over Weir considering Velocity
Go
Created
Coefficient when Bazin Formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Coefficient when Bazin Formula for Discharge Velocity is not considered
Go
Created
Depth of Water Flow in Channel given Velocity Approach
Go
Created
Francis Formula for Discharge for Rectangular Notch if Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Francis Formula for Discharge for Rectangular Notch if Velocity not considered
Go
Created
Rehbocks Formula for Coefficient of Discharge
Go
Created
Rehbocks Formula for Discharge over Rectangular Weir
Go
Created
Width of Channel given Velocity Approach
Go
Flushing/Circulation Processes and Vessel Interactions
(2)
Verified
Direction of Wave Propagation for Froude numbers up to unity
Go
Verified
Drawdown with respect to Water Depth
Go
15 More Flushing/Circulation Processes and Vessel Interactions Calculators
Go
Footing
(3)
Created
Maximum Moment for Symmetrical Concrete Wall Footing
Go
Created
Tensile Bending Stress at Bottom when Footing is Deep
Go
Created
Uniform Pressure on Soil given Maximum Moment
Go
Force Exerted by Jet
(4)
Created
Force Exerted by Jet in Direction of Flow of Incoming Jet with angle at 90
Go
Created
Force Exerted by Jet in Direction of Flow of Incoming Jet with angle zero
Go
Created
Force Exerted by Jet in direction of Flow of Jet
Go
Created
Force Exerted by jet with relative velocity
Go
Forces Acting on Fluid in Motion
(3)
Verified
Acceleration of Fluid given Sum of Total Forces influencing Motion of Fluid
Go
Verified
Mass of Fluid given Sum of Total Forces influencing Motion of Fluid
Go
Verified
Turbulent Force given Sum of Total Forces influencing Motion of Fluid
Go
6 More Forces Acting on Fluid in Motion Calculators
Go
Form Drag
(2)
Verified
Angle of Current Relative to Longitudinal Axis of Vessel for Form Drag of Vessel
Go
Verified
Average Current Speed for Form Drag of Vessel
Go
5 More Form Drag Calculators
Go
Free Oscillation Period
(3)
Verified
Natural Free Oscillation Period
Go
Verified
Natural Free Oscillation Period for Closed Basins
Go
Verified
Water Depth given Natural Free Oscillation Period
Go
3 More Free Oscillation Period Calculators
Go
Friction Factor
(1)
Verified
Friction Factor given Shear Stress and Density
Go
4 More Friction Factor Calculators
Go
Froude Scaling
(8)
Verified
Froude Scaling
Go
Verified
Froude Scaling given Velocity and Length
Go
Verified
Gravity Forces for Froude Scaling
Go
Verified
Inertia or Pressure Forces given Froude Scaling
Go
Verified
Length for Froude Scaling
Go
Verified
Scale Factor for Length given Scale Factor for Time
Go
Verified
Scale Factor for Time
Go
Verified
Velocity for Froude Scaling
Go
Generation-Distribution Models
(3)
Verified
Air Trips in Year y for Stated Purpose under Leisure Category
Go
Verified
Income for Leisure given Air Trips for Stated Purpose under Leisure Category
Go
Verified
Population at Origin given Air Trips in Year y for Stated Purpose under Leisure Category
Go
5 More Generation-Distribution Models Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Circular Channel Section
(5)
Verified
Angle of Sector given Wetted Perimeter
Go
Verified
Diameter of Section given Section Factor
Go
Verified
Diameter of Section given Top Width
Go
Verified
Diameter of Section given Wetted Perimeter
Go
Verified
Top Width for Circle
Go
9 More Geometrical Properties of Circular Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Parabolic Channel Section
(3)
Verified
Top Width given Hydraulic Radius
Go
Verified
Wetted Area
Go
Verified
Wetted Perimeter for Parabola
Go
10 More Geometrical Properties of Parabolic Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Rectangular Channel Section
(3)
Verified
Depth of Flow given Wetted Perimeter for Rectangle
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Radius of Open Channel
Go
Verified
Width of Section given Perimeter
Go
9 More Geometrical Properties of Rectangular Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Trapezoidal Channel Section
(3)
Verified
Hydraulic Radius of Section
Go
Verified
Section Factor for Trapezoidal
Go
Verified
Side Slope of Section given Top Width for Trapezoidal
Go
14 More Geometrical Properties of Trapezoidal Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrical Properties of Triangular Channel Section
(3)
Verified
Depth of Flow given Hydraulic Radius for Triangle
Go
Verified
Section Factor for Triangle
Go
Verified
Side Slope of Section given Hydraulic Radius
Go
14 More Geometrical Properties of Triangular Channel Section Calculators
Go
Geometrics Properties
(4)
Verified
Area of Concrete about Non-Prestressed Reinforcements and Transformed Section
Go
Verified
Area of Non-Prestressed Reinforcement in Partially Prestressed Members
Go
Verified
Area of Prestressing Tendons about Non-Prestressed Reinforcements and Transformed Section
Go
Verified
Transformed Area of Partially Prestressed Members
Go
Gradients
(2)
Verified
Distance from Center of Camber given Height for Parabolic Shape Camber
Go
Verified
Radius of Road given Grade Compensation formula 1
Go
10 More Gradients Calculators
Go
Gradually Applied Load
(1)
Verified
Area given Stress due to gradually Applied Load
Go
2 More Gradually Applied Load Calculators
Go
Gradually Varied Flow in Channels
(3)
Verified
Area of Section given Froude Number
Go
Verified
Chezy Formula for Normal Depth given Energy Slope of Rectangular Channel
Go
Verified
Total Energy of Flow
Go
21 More Gradually Varied Flow in Channels Calculators
Go
Gravity Dam
(4)
Verified
Density of Water given Water Pressure in Gravity Dam
Go
Verified
Eccentricity for Vertical Normal Stress at Downstream Face
Go
Verified
Vertical Normal Stress at Downstream Face
Go
Verified
Water Pressure in Gravity Dam
Go
4 More Gravity Dam Calculators
Go
Group Velocity, Beats, Energy Transport
(9)
Verified
Group Velocity given Wave Power per unit Crest Width
Go
Verified
Group Velocity of Waves
Go
Verified
Radian Frequency given Wave Propagation
Go
Verified
Surface Elevation
Go
Verified
Total Energy per unit of Area given Wave Power per unit Crest Width
Go
Verified
Wave Power per unit Crest Width
Go
Verified
Wave Speed
Go
Verified
Wave Speed given Group Velocity
Go
Verified
Wavenumber given Wave Speed
Go
Hagen–Poiseuille Equation
(2)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Pressure Drop over Length of Pipe
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of Flow given Head Loss over Length of Pipe
Go
18 More Hagen–Poiseuille Equation Calculators
Go
Harbor Oscillations
(5)
Verified
Basin Length along Axis for given Period of Fundamental Mode
Go
Verified
Basin Length along axis given Maximum Oscillation Period corresponding to Fundamental Mode
Go
Verified
Maximum Oscillation Period corresponding to Fundamental Mode
Go
Verified
Period for Fundamental Mode
Go
Verified
Water Depth given Maximum Oscillation Period corresponding to Fundamental Mode
Go
17 More Harbor Oscillations Calculators
Go
Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall
(2)
Verified
Diameter of Tyre given Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall
Go
Verified
Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall
Go
4 More Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall Calculators
Go
Horizontal and Vertical Semi-axis of ellipse
(3)
Verified
Major Horizontal Semi Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Verified
Water Depth for Major Horizontal Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
Verified
Wave Height for Major Horizontal Semi-Axis for Shallow Water Condition
Go
10 More Horizontal and Vertical Semi-axis of ellipse Calculators
Go
Horizontal Shear Flow
(3)
Verified
Area given Horizontal Shear Flow
Go
Verified
Horizontal Shear Flow
Go
Verified
Moment of Inertia given Horizontal Shear Flow
Go
2 More Horizontal Shear Flow Calculators
Go
Hydraulic Depth
(2)
Verified
Hydraulic Radius or Hydraulic Mean Depth
Go
Verified
Top Width given Hydraulic Depth
Go
4 More Hydraulic Depth Calculators
Go
Hydraulic Head
(8)
Created
Head given Coefficient for Bazin Formula
Go
Created
Head given Coefficient using Bazin Formula and Velocity
Go
Created
Head given Discharge through Notch which is to be Calibrated
Go
Created
Head over Crest for given Discharge without Velocity
Go
Created
Head over Crest given Discharge Passing over Weir with Velocity
Go
Created
Head when Bazin Formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Head when Bazin Formula for Discharge if Velocity is not considered
Go
Created
Head when End Contractions is suppressed
Go
Hydraulic Jump in Rectangular Channel
(2)
Verified
Conjugate Depth y2 given Froude Number Fr2
Go
Verified
Energy loss in Hydraulic Jump
Go
9 More Hydraulic Jump in Rectangular Channel Calculators
Go
Hydroelectric Power Generation
(1)
Verified
Total Weight of Water given Potential Energy in Hydroelectric Power Generation
Go
5 More Hydroelectric Power Generation Calculators
Go
Hydrostatics
(18)
Verified
Coordinate measured Downward from Top given Effective Tension
Go
Verified
Coordinate measured Downward from Top given Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Verified
Cross Section Area of Steel given Effective Tension
Go
Verified
Cross Section Area of Steel in Pipe given Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Verified
Effective Tension given Buoyant Force acts in Direction opposite to Gravity Force
Go
Verified
Length of Pipe Hanging given Lower Section of Drill String Length in Compression
Go
Verified
Length of Pipe Hanging in Well given Effective Tension
Go
Verified
Length of Pipe Hanging in Well given Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Verified
Length of Pipe Hanging in Well given Vertical Force at Bottom End of Drill String
Go
Verified
Lower Section of Drill String Length that is in Compression
Go
Verified
Mass Density of Drilling Mud for Lower Section of Drill String Length in Compression
Go
Verified
Mass Density of Drilling Mud given Vertical Force at Bottom End of Drill String
Go
Verified
Mass Density of Drilling Mud when Buoyant Force acts in Direction opposite to Gravity Force
Go
Verified
Mass Density of Steel for Lower Section of Drill String Length in Compression
Go
Verified
Mass Density of Steel for Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Verified
Mass Density of Steel when Buoyant Force acts in Direction opposite to Gravity Force
Go
Verified
Tension on Vertical Drill String
Go
Verified
Vertical Force at Bottom End of Drill String
Go
I-Beam
(1)
Verified
Moment of Inertia given Maximum Longitudinal Shear Stress in Web for I beam
Go
11 More I-Beam Calculators
Go
Inlet Currents and Tidal Elevations
(18)
Verified
Change of Bay Elevation with Time for Flow through Inlet into Bay
Go
Verified
Darcy - Weisbach Friction Term given Inlet Impedance
Go
Verified
Dimensionless Parameter Function of Hydraulic Radius and Manning's Roughness Coefficient
Go
Verified
Duration of Inflow given Inlet Channel Velocity
Go
Verified
Entrance Energy Loss Coefficient given Inlet Impedance
Go
Verified
Exit Energy Loss Coefficient given Inlet Impedance
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Radius given Dimensionless Parameter
Go
Verified
Inlet Channel Velocity
Go
Verified
Inlet Friction Coefficient given Keulegan Repletion Coefficient
Go
Verified
Inlet Friction Coefficient Parameter given Keulegan Repletion Coefficient
Go
Verified
Inlet Hydraulic Radius given Inlet Impedance
Go
Verified
Inlet Impedance
Go
Verified
Inlet Length given Inlet Impedance
Go
Verified
Keulegan Repletion Coefficient
Go
Verified
Manning's Roughness Coefficient using Dimensionless Parameter
Go
Verified
Maximum Cross-Sectionally Averaged Velocity during Tidal Cycle given Inlet Channel Velocity
Go
Verified
Surface Area of Bay given Tidal Prism Filling Bay
Go
Verified
Tidal Prism Filling Bay
Go
10 More Inlet Currents and Tidal Elevations Calculators
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Irregular Waves
(15)
Verified
Average of Highest One Tenth of Runups
Go
Verified
Average of Highest One Third of Runups
Go
Verified
Deepwater surf similarity parameter given average of highest one tenth of runups
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Verified
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter given Maximum Runup
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Verified
Deepwater Surf Similarity Parameter given Mean Runup
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Verified
Deepwater surf similarity parameter given runup
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Verified
Deepwater wave height given average of highest one tenth of runups
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Verified
Deepwater wave height given average of highest one third of runups
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Verified
Deepwater Wave Height given Mean Runup
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Verified
Deepwater wave height given runup exceeded by 2 percent of runup crests
Go
Verified
Maximum Runup
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Verified
Mean Runup
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Verified
Runup exceeded by 2 percent of runup crests
Go
Verified
Surf similarity parameter given average of highest one third of runups
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Verified
Wave Period given long wave simplification for wavelength
Go
1 More Irregular Waves Calculators
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Jet Propulsion of Orifice Tank
(2)
Verified
Actual Velocity given Force exerted on Tank due to Jet
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Verified
Head over Jet Hole given Force exerted on Tank due to Jet
Go
5 More Jet Propulsion of Orifice Tank Calculators
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Jet Propulsion of Ships
(6)
Verified
Absolute Velocity of Issuing Jet given Relative Velocity
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Verified
Area of Issuing Jet given Weight of Water
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Verified
Area of Issuing Jet given Work done by Jet on Ship
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Verified
Kinetic Energy of Water
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Verified
Velocity of Jet Relative to Motion of Ship given Kinetic Energy
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Verified
Velocity of Moving Ship given Relative Velocity
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4 More Jet Propulsion of Ships Calculators
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Jet Striking a Symmetrical Moving Curved Vane at Centre
(10)
Created
Absolute Velocity for Force Exerted by Jet in Direction of Flow of Incoming Jet
Go
Created
Absolute Velocity for Mass of Fluid Striking Vane per Second
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Created
Efficiency of Jet
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Created
Kinetic Energy of Jet per Second
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Created
Mass of Fluid Striking Vane per Seconds
Go
Created
Maximum Efficiency
Go
Created
Velocity of Vane for given Mass of Fluid
Go
Created
Velocity of Vane given Exerted Force by Jet
Go
Created
Work Done by Jet on Vane per Second
Go
Created
Work Done per Second given Efficiency of Wheel
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Jet Striking a Symmetrical Stationary Curved Vane at the Centre
(4)
Created
Cross Sectional Area for Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet
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Created
Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet on Stationary Curved Vane
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Created
Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet when Theta is Zero
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Created
Velocity for Force Exerted on Plate in Direction of Flow of Jet
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Jet Striking an Unsymmetrical Moving Curved Vane Tangentially at one of the Tips
(3)
Created
Area of Cross Section for Mass of Fluid Striking Vane per Second
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Created
Mass of Fluid Striking Vanes per Second
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Created
Velocity at Inlet for Mass of Fluid Striking Vane per Second
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Jet Striking an Unsymmetrical Stationary Curved Vane Tangentially at one of the Tips
(8)
Created
Area of Cross Section for Force Exerted by Jet on Vane in x Direction
Go
Created
Area of Cross Section for given Force Exerted by Jet on Vane in Y Direction
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Created
Force exerted by jet on vane in x direction
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Created
Force Exerted by Jet on Vane in Y-Direction
Go
Created
Specific weight for force exerted by jet on vane in x direction
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Created
Specific Weight given Force Exerted by Jet on Vane in Y Direction
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Created
Velocity for force exerted by jet on vane in x direction
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Created
Velocity given Force Exerted by Jet on Vane in Y Direction
Go
Jet Velocity
(1)
Verified
Jet Velocity given Thrust on Propeller
Go
3 More Jet Velocity Calculators
Go
Khoslas's Equation
(1)
Verified
Annual Sediment Yield Rate on volume basis
Go
3 More Khoslas's Equation Calculators
Go
Kinetic Energy
(1)
Verified
Kinetic Energy given Total Wave Energy
Go
3 More Kinetic Energy Calculators
Go
Laminar Flow
(1)
Verified
Stanton number for Colburn analogy
Go
14 More Laminar Flow Calculators
Go
Laminar Flow around a Sphere– Stokes’ Law
(13)
Verified
Coefficient of Drag given density
Go
Verified
Coefficient of Drag given Drag Force
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Verified
Coefficient of Drag given Reynolds Number
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Verified
Density of Fluid given Drag Force
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Verified
Diameter of Sphere for given Fall Velocity
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Verified
Diameter of Sphere given Coefficient of Drag
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Verified
Drag Force given Coefficient of Drag
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Verified
Projected Area given Drag Force
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Verified
Resistance Force on Spherical Surface
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Verified
Reynolds Number given Coefficient of Drag
Go
Verified
Terminal Fall Velocity
Go
Verified
Velocity of Sphere given Coefficient of Drag
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Verified
Velocity of Sphere given Drag Force
Go
5 More Laminar Flow around a Sphere– Stokes’ Law Calculators
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Laminar Flow between Parallel Flat Plates, one plate moving and other at rest, Couette Flow
(4)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Stress
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of Flow given Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Pressure Gradient given Shear Stress
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Verified
Shear Stress given Velocity
Go
8 More Laminar Flow between Parallel Flat Plates, one plate moving and other at rest, Couette Flow Calculators
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Laminar Flow between Parallel Plates, both plates at rest
(4)
Verified
Horizontal Distance given Shear Stress Distribution Profile
Go
Verified
Length of Pipe given Pressure Difference
Go
Verified
Pressure Head Drop
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Verified
Shear Stress Distribution Profile
Go
16 More Laminar Flow between Parallel Plates, both plates at rest Calculators
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Laminar Flow of Fluid in an Open Channel
(12)
Verified
Bed Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Bed Slope given Bed Shear Stress
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Verified
Diameter of Section given Bed Shear Stress
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Verified
Diameter of Section given Potential Head Drop
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Verified
Diameter of Section given Slope of Channel
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Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Discharge per Unit Channel Width
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Verified
Horizontal Distance given Slope of Channel
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Verified
Length of Pipe given Potential Head Drop
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Verified
Mean Velocity in flow
Go
Verified
Potential Head Drop
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Verified
Shear Stress given Slope of Channel
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Verified
Slope of Channel given Shear Stress
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6 More Laminar Flow of Fluid in an Open Channel Calculators
Go
Laminar Flow Through Porous Media
(3)
Verified
Coefficient of Permeability given Velocity
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Gradient given Velocity
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity using Darcy's Law
Go
Landing Distance under Estimation of Runway Length
(2)
Verified
Equation for Landing Distance
Go
Verified
Stopping Distance given Landing Distance
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2 More Landing Distance under Estimation of Runway Length Calculators
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Leaf Springs
(3)
Verified
Load given Maximum Bending Stress of Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Thickness given Maximum Bending Stress of Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Width given Maximum Bending Stress of Leaf Spring
Go
3 More Leaf Springs Calculators
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Leaf Springs
(6)
Verified
Deflection given Proof Load on Leaf Spring
Go
Verified
Length given Proof Load on Leaf Spring
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Verified
Modulus of Elasticity given Proof Load on Leaf Spring
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Verified
Number of Plates given Proof Load on Leaf Spring
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Verified
Proof Load on Leaf Spring
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Verified
Thickness given Proof Load on Leaf Spring
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1 More Leaf Springs Calculators
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Length of Crest
(9)
Created
Length given Bazins Formula for Discharge if Velocity is not considered
Go
Created
Length of Crest considering Velocity
Go
Created
Length of Crest given Discharge Passing over Weir
Go
Created
Length of Crest when Discharge and Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Length of Crest when Discharge and Velocity is not considered
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Created
Length of Crest when Francis Formula Discharge and Velocity is considered
Go
Created
Length of Crest when Francis Formula Discharge and Velocity is not considered
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Created
Length of Crest without considering Velocity
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Created
Length when Bazins formula for Discharge if Velocity is considered
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Linear Dispersion Relation of Linear Wave
(1)
Verified
Radian Frequency of Wave
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11 More Linear Dispersion Relation of Linear Wave Calculators
Go
Liquid Containers Subjected To Constant Horizontal Acceleration
(2)
Verified
Gauge Pressure at Any Point in Liquid with Height
Go
Verified
Vertical Depth below Free Surface given Total Force exerted at any Section of Container
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9 More Liquid Containers Subjected To Constant Horizontal Acceleration Calculators
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Liquid Containers Subjected To Constant Vertical Acceleration
(4)
Verified
Atmospheric Pressure given Pressure at Any Point in Liquid in Constant Vertical Acceleration
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Verified
Mass of Liquid using Net Force Acting in Vertical Upward Direction of Tank
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Verified
Specific Weights of liquid for Gauge Pressure at any point in liquid
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Verified
Vertical Depth below Free Surface given Pressure at point in Liquid
Go
8 More Liquid Containers Subjected To Constant Vertical Acceleration Calculators
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Load Distribution on Bents and Shear Walls
(11)
Created
Concentrated Load given Deflection at Top
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Created
Concentrated Load given Deflection at Top Due to Fixed against Rotation
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Created
Deflection at Top due to Concentrated Load
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Created
Deflection at Top due to Fixed against Rotation
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Created
Deflection at Top due to Uniform Load
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Created
Modulus of Elasticity given Deflection at Top Due to Concentrated Load
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Created
Modulus of Elasticity given Deflection at Top Due to Fixed against Rotation
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Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Wall Material given Deflection
Go
Created
Wall Thickness given Deflection
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Created
Wall Thickness given Deflection at Top due to Concentrated Load
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Created
Wall Thickness given Deflection at Top Due to Fixed against Rotation
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Load-Factor Design for Bridge Beams
(3)
Verified
Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins for Buildings for LFD
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Verified
Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins not Subject to Rotation for Bridges for LFD
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Verified
Allowable Bearing Stresses on Pins Subject to Rotation for Bridges for LFD
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11 More Load-Factor Design for Bridge Beams Calculators
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Longitudinal Shear Stress
(1)
Verified
Maximum Distance from Neutral Axis to Extreme Fiber given Longitudinal Shear Stress
Go
3 More Longitudinal Shear Stress Calculators
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Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section
(1)
Verified
Transverse Shear given Average Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section
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6 More Longitudinal Shear Stress for Rectangular Section Calculators
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Longitudinal Shear Stress for Solid Circular Section
(1)
Verified
Average Longitudinal Shear Stress for Solid Circular Section
Go
5 More Longitudinal Shear Stress for Solid Circular Section Calculators
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Longshore Current
(7)
Verified
Beach Slope modified for Wave Setup
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Verified
Longshore Current at Mid-Surf Zone
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Verified
Longshore Current Speed
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Verified
Radiation Stress Component
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Verified
Ratio of Wave Group Speed and Phase Speed
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Verified
Root-mean-square Wave Height at Breaking given Longshore Current at Mid-Surf Zone
Go
Verified
Wave Height given Radiation Stress Component
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Lubrication Mechanics - Slipper Bearing
(3)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Pressure Gradient
Go
Verified
Pressure Gradient
Go
Verified
Rate of Flow given Pressure Gradient
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Manning's Formula in Uniform Flow
(1)
Verified
Manning's Coefficient using Strickler Formula
Go
6 More Manning's Formula in Uniform Flow Calculators
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Mass Transport Velocity
(2)
Verified
Mass Transport Velocity to second-order
Go
Verified
Wave Height for Mass Transport Velocity to second-order
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Maximum Stress of a Triangular Section
(3)
Verified
Base of Triangular Section given Shear Stress at Neutral Axis
Go
Verified
Height of Triangular Section given Maximum Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Maximum Shear Stress of Triangular Section
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5 More Maximum Stress of a Triangular Section Calculators
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Maximum value of Rainfall Factor for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on the Norms
(13)
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Alluvial East Coast Areas for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Alluvial Indo Gangetic and Inland Areas for Known Max Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Alluvial West Coast Areas for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Consolidated Sandstone for Maximum Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Granulite facies for Known Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Laterite for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with low Clay Content for Known Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Massive poorly fractured Rocks
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Phyllites, Shales for Known Max Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Semi Consolidated Sandstone for Max Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with significant Clay Content for Known Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Vesicular and Jointed Basalt for Max Rainfall Factor
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Weathered Basalt for Known Maximum Rainfall Factor
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Maximum Value of Specific Yield for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on Norms
(3)
Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Limestone for Maximum Specific Yield
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Areas with Quartzite for Maximum Specific Yield
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Sandy Alluvial Areas for Maximum Value of Specific Yield
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10 More Maximum Value of Specific Yield for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on Norms Calculators
Go
Measured Wind Directions
(2)
Verified
Direction in Cartesian Coordinate System
Go
Verified
Direction in Standard Meteorological Terms
Go
17 More Measured Wind Directions Calculators
Go
Measurement of Pressure
(3)
Created
Pressure at Point m in Pizometer
Go
Created
Pressure Head at Point in Piezometer
Go
Created
Specific Weight of Liquid in Peizometer
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Metacentric Height for Floating Bodies Containing liquid
(3)
Created
Distance between Centre of Gravity of these Wedges
Go
Created
Moment of Turning Couple due to Movement of Liquid
Go
Created
Volume of either Wedge
Go
Metering Flumes
(1)
Verified
Discharge Flow through Channel
Go
9 More Metering Flumes Calculators
Go
Minimum value of Rainfall Factor for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on the Norms
(13)
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas consisting Vesicular and jointed Basalt
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas consisting Weathered Basalt
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas of Massive poorly Fractured Rocks
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas of Significant Clay content for Known Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Consolidated Sandstone
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Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Granulite Facies for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Laterite for Known Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Low Clay content for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Phyllites, Shales given Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Hard Rock Areas with Semi Consolidated Sandstone for Min Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Indo Gangetic and Inland Alluvial Areas for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in Silty Alluvial Areas for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Verified
Recharge from Rainfall in West Coast Alluvial Areas for Known Minimum Rainfall Factor
Go
Minimum Value of Specific Yield for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on Norms
(12)
Verified
Possible Recharge in Clayey Alluvial Area given Minimum value of Specific Yield for Area
Go
Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Kartstified Limestone given Minimum Specific Yield
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Verified
Possible recharge in hard rock area with laterite for minimum specific yield of area
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Verified
Possible recharge in hard rock area with limestone given minimum specific yield of area
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Low Clay Content given Minimum value of Specific Yield
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Massive, poorly fractured Rock
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Phyllites, Shales given Minimum Specific Yield
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Verified
Possible recharge in hard rock area with quartzite given minimum specific yield
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Verified
Possible recharge in hard rock area with sandstone for minimum specific yield
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with significant Clay Content
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Verified
Possible Recharge in Hard Rock Area with Weathered or Vesicular, Jointed Basalt
Go
Verified
Possible Recharge in Silty Alluvial Area given Minimum value of Specific Yield for Area
Go
1 More Minimum Value of Specific Yield for Various Hydrogeologic Conditions based on Norms Calculators
Go
Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation
(5)
Verified
Crop Management Factor given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Verified
Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Verified
Storm Runoff Volume given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
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Verified
Support Cultivation Practice given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
Verified
Topographic Factor given Sediment Yield from Individual Storm
Go
1 More Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation Calculators
Go
Modulus of Elasticity
(1)
Created
Young's Modulus of Elasticity as per ACI 318 Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete
Go
4 More Modulus of Elasticity Calculators
Go
Moments acting on Arch Dam
(1)
Verified
Moments given Rotation due to Moment on Arch Dam
Go
6 More Moments acting on Arch Dam Calculators
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Momentum in Open-Channel Flow-Specific Force
(1)
Verified
Vertical Depth of Centroid of Area given Specific Force with Top Width
Go
4 More Momentum in Open-Channel Flow-Specific Force Calculators
Go
Momentum Theory of Propellers
(4)
Verified
Flow Velocity given Rate of Flow through Propeller
Go
Verified
Input Power
Go
Verified
Output Power given Input Power
Go
Verified
Power Lost given Input Power
Go
10 More Momentum Theory of Propellers Calculators
Go
Mooring Forces
(1)
Verified
Velocity at Surface given Shear Stress at Water Surface
Go
25 More Mooring Forces Calculators
Go
Most Economic Steel Structure
(24)
Created
Column Buckling Stress Fc1 given Relative Material Cost
Go
Created
Column Buckling Stress Fc2 given Relative Material Cost
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area1 given Material Cost Ratio
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area2 given Material Cost Ratio
Go
Created
Material Cost Ratio
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Created
Material Price p1 given Material Cost Ratio
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Created
Material price p2 given Material Cost Ratio
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Created
Relative cost for Designing Fabricated Plate Girders
Go
Created
Relative Cost given Yield Stress
Go
Created
Relative Material Cost for Two Columns of Different Steels Carrying Same Load
Go
Created
Relative Material Cost Ratio when designed to Carry same Load
Go
Created
Relative Price Factors using Relative Material Cost Ratio
Go
Created
Relative Weight for Designing Fabricated Plate Girders
Go
Created
Relative Weight given Yield Stresses
Go
Created
Yield Stress Fy2 given Relative Cost
Go
Created
Yield Stress Fy2 given Relative Cost for Designing Fabricated Plate Girders
Go
Created
Yield Stress Fy2 given Relative Weight
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Created
Yield Stress Fy2 given Relative Weight for Designing Fabricated Plate Girders
Go
Created
Yield Stress given Relative Cost
Go
Created
Yield Stress given Relative Cost for Designing Fabricated Plate Girders
Go
Created
Yield Stress given Relative Weight
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Created
Yield Stress given Relative Weight for Designing Fabricated Plate Girders
Go
Created
Yield Stress of Steel1 using Relative Material Cost ratio
Go
Created
Yield Stress of Steel2 using Relative Material Cost ratio
Go
Movement of Sediments from Watersheds
(1)
Verified
Equation for Sediment Delivery Ratio
Go
2 More Movement of Sediments from Watersheds Calculators
Go
Multiple Inlets
(5)
Verified
Maximum Velocity in Inlet Throat given Total Maximum Discharge
Go
Verified
Ocean Tide Amplitude given Total Maximum Discharge for Total of all Inlets
Go
Verified
Surface Area of Bay or Basin given Total Maximum Discharge
Go
Verified
Tidal Period given Total Maximum Discharge for Total of all Inlets
Go
Verified
Total Maximum Discharge for Total of all Inlets
Go
Newton’s Friction Postulation
(5)
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity given Kinematic Viscosity
Go
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid given Fluid Filling Width between Plates
Go
Verified
Fluid Filling Width y between Plates given Shear Force Per Unit Area or Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Relationship between Dynamic Viscosity and Kinematic Viscosity
Go
Verified
Velocity of Upper Plate given Shear force per unit Area or Shear Stress
Go
4 More Newton’s Friction Postulation Calculators
Go
Non-Linear Wave Theory
(12)
Verified
First Type of Mean Fluid Speed
Go
Verified
Mean Depth given Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
Go
Verified
Mean Depth in Stokes' Second Approximation to Wave Speed if there is no Mass Transport
Go
Verified
Relative Height of Highest wave as function of Wavelength obtained by Fenton
Go
Verified
Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
Go
Verified
Stokes' Second Approximation to Wave Speed if there is no Mass Transport
Go
Verified
Ursell Number
Go
Verified
Volume Flow Rate in Stokes' Second Approximation to Wave Speed if there is no Mass Transport
Go
Verified
Volume Flow Rate per unit Span Underneath Waves given Second Type of Mean Fluid Speed
Go
Verified
Wave height given Ursell number
Go
Verified
Wave Speed given First Type of Mean Fluid Speed
Go
Verified
Wave Speed given Second First Type of Mean Fluid Speed
Go
2 More Non-Linear Wave Theory Calculators
Go
Normal Takeoff Cases under Estimation of Runway Length
(8)
Verified
Clearway Distance
Go
Verified
Clearway Distance given Field Length
Go
Verified
Field Length
Go
Verified
Full Strength Pavement Distance
Go
Verified
Lift off Distance given Clearway Distance
Go
Verified
Takeoff Distance given Clearway Distance
Go
Verified
Takeoff Distance given Takeoff Run
Go
Verified
Takeoff Run
Go
Number of Connectors in Bridges
(1)
Verified
Number of Connectors in Bridges
Go
17 More Number of Connectors in Bridges Calculators
Go
Number of Connectors Required for Building Construction
(8)
Created
Actual Area of Effective Concrete Flange given Total Horizontal Shear
Go
Created
Maximum Moment in Span given Number of Shear Connectors
Go
Created
Moment at Concentrated Load given Number of Shear Connectors
Go
Created
Number of Shear Connectors
Go
Created
Number of Shear Connectors between M max and Zero Moment
Go
Created
Specified Compressive Strength of Concrete given Total Horizontal Shear
Go
Created
Total Horizontal Shear
Go
Created
Total Number of Connectors Resisting Total Horizontal Shear
Go
Offsets from Long Chord
(3)
Verified
Mid Ordinate given Ox
Go
Verified
Mid Ordinate when Offsets from Long Chord is Used for Setting Out
Go
Verified
Offset at Distance x from Mid-Point
Go
Ogee Spillway
(4)
Created
Coefficient of Spillway given Discharge over Ogee Spillway
Go
Created
Discharge over Ogee Spillway
Go
Created
Head above Crest given Discharge over Ogee Spillway
Go
Created
Length of Spillway given Discharge over Ogee Spillway
Go
Open and Closed Basins
(3)
Verified
Basin Length along Axis for Closed Basins
Go
Verified
Basin Length along Axis in Open Basin
Go
Verified
Number of Nodes along Long Basin Axis in Closed Basins
Go
1 More Open and Closed Basins Calculators
Go
Orifice Meter
(5)
Verified
Actual Velocity given Theoretical Velocity at Section 2
Go
Verified
Area at Section 2 or at Vena Contracta
Go
Verified
Discharge through Pipe given Coefficient of Discharge
Go
Verified
Theoretical Velocity at Section 1 in Orifice Meter
Go
Verified
Theoretical Velocity at Section 2 in Orifice Meter
Go
6 More Orifice Meter Calculators
Go
Parabola
(1)
Verified
UDL given Parabolic Equation for Cable Slope
Go
2 More Parabola Calculators
Go
Parabolic Cable Tension and Length
(3)
Verified
Length of Cable for UDL on Parabolic Cable
Go
Verified
Parabolic Equation for Cable Slope
Go
Verified
Span of Cable for Length of Cable for UDL on Parabolic Cable
Go
9 More Parabolic Cable Tension and Length Calculators
Go
Parabolic Curves
(7)
Created
Distance from PVC to Lowest Point on Sag Curve
Go
Created
Elevation of Lowest Point on Sag Curve
Go
Created
Elevation of Point of Vertical Curvature
Go
Created
Elevation of Point of Vertical Intersection
Go
Created
Elevation of PVC given Elevation of Lowest Point on Sag Curve
Go
Created
Length of Curve using Rate of change of Grade in Parabolic Curves
Go
Created
Rate of Change of Grade given Distance from PVC to Lowest Point on Sag Curve
Go
Parabolic Grit Chamber
(2)
Verified
Area of Parabolic Channel given Width of Parabolic Channel
Go
Verified
Flow Area of Throat given Discharge
Go
4 More Parabolic Grit Chamber Calculators
Go
Parametric Spectrum Models
(8)
Verified
Fetch Length given Frequency at Spectral Peak
Go
Verified
Fetch Length given Scaling Parameter
Go
Verified
Frequency at Spectral Peak
Go
Verified
JONSWAP Spectrum for Fetch-limited Seas
Go
Verified
Phillip's equilibrium range of spectrum for fully developed sea in deep water
Go
Verified
Scaling Parameter
Go
Verified
Wind Speed at Elevation 10m above Sea Surface given Frequency at Spectral Peak
Go
Verified
Wind Speed at Elevation 10m above Sea Surface given Scaling Parameter
Go
11 More Parametric Spectrum Models Calculators
Go
Perpendicular Offsets from Tangents
(2)
Verified
Approximate Equation for Offset at Distance x from Mid-Point
Go
Verified
Radius given Approximate Equation for Offset
Go
Pitot Tube
(1)
Verified
Height of Fluid raised in tube given Actual Velocity of Flowing Stream
Go
3 More Pitot Tube Calculators
Go
Plain Suction Dredge
(4)
Verified
Flow Velocity in Suction Pipe
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Loss Coefficient from Suction Pipe Entrance to Pump
Go
Verified
Specific Weight of Mixture in Suction Pipe
Go
Verified
Vacuum at Pump Entrance Expressed as Head of Water
Go
5 More Plain Suction Dredge Calculators
Go
Polymer Feed Rate
(1)
Verified
Polymer Feed Rate as Volumetric Flow Rate
Go
6 More Polymer Feed Rate Calculators
Go
Ponding in Buildings
(7)
Created
Capacity Spectrum
Go
Created
Collapse Prevention Level
Go
Created
Length of Primary Member using Collapse Prevention Level
Go
Created
Length of Secondary Member given Capacity Spectrum
Go
Created
Length of Secondary Member using Collapse Prevention Level
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Created
Moment of Inertia of Primary Member using Collapse Prevention Level
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Created
Moment of Inertia of Secondary Member given Capacity Spectrum
Go
Post-Tensioned Members
(12)
Created
Allowable Bearing Stress in Local Zone
Go
Created
Allowable Stress given End Zone Reinforcement
Go
Created
Bearing Stress in Local Zone
Go
Created
Bursting Force for Square End Zone
Go
Created
Cube Strength at Transfer given Allowable Bearing Stress
Go
Created
End Zone Reinforcement along Transmission Length
Go
Created
End Zone Reinforcement in each Direction
Go
Created
Length of Side of Bearing Plate given Bursting Force for Square End Zone
Go
Created
Prestress in Tendon given Bearing Stress
Go
Created
Prestress in Tendon given Bursting Force for Square End Zone
Go
Created
Stress in Transverse Reinforcement given End Zone Reinforcement
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Created
Transverse Dimension of End Zone given Bursting Force for Square End Zone
Go
Practical Channel Sections
(5)
Verified
Depth of Flow given Wetted Area of Triangular Channel Section
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Radius of Triangular Channel Section
Go
Verified
Wetted Area of Trapezoidal Channel Section
Go
Verified
Wetted Area of Triangular Channel Section
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Verified
Wetted Perimeter of Triangular Channel Section
Go
3 More Practical Channel Sections Calculators
Go
Predicting Waves in Deep Water
(1)
Verified
Significant Wave Period from Bretschneider Empirical Relationships
Go
3 More Predicting Waves in Deep Water Calculators
Go
Pressure Component
(10)
Verified
Atmospheric Pressure given Total or Absolute Pressure
Go
Verified
Correction Factor given Height of Surface Waves based on Subsurface Measurements
Go
Verified
Depth below SWL of Pressure Gauge
Go
Verified
Dynamic Component due to Acceleration from Absolute Pressure Equation
Go
Verified
Height of Surface Waves based on Subsurface Measurements
Go
Verified
Phase Angle for Total or Absolute Pressure
Go
Verified
Radian Frequency given Wave Period
Go
Verified
Total or Absolute Pressure
Go
Verified
Total Pressure given Gauge Pressure
Go
Verified
Wave Period given average Frequency
Go
6 More Pressure Component Calculators
Go
Pressure Diagram
(7)
Created
Depth of Center of Pressure
Go
Created
Length of Prism given Total Pressure by Volume of Prism
Go
Created
Pressure Intensity for Bottom Edge of Plane Surface
Go
Created
Pressure Intensity for Top Edge of Plane Surface
Go
Created
Total Pressure by Volume of Prism
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Created
Vertical Depth given Pressure Intensity for Bottom Edge of Plane Surface
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Created
Vertical Depth given Pressure Intensity for Top Edge of Plane Surface
Go
Pressure Gradient
(2)
Verified
Pressure Gradient given Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element
Go
Verified
Pressure Gradients given Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
5 More Pressure Gradient Calculators
Go
Pressure Reference Factor
(4)
Verified
Pressure given Height of Surface Waves based on Subsurface Measurements
Go
Verified
Pressure Reference Factor given Height of Surface Waves based on Subsurface Measurements
Go
Verified
Pressure response factor at bottom
Go
Verified
Wavelength for Pressure Response Factor at bottom
Go
3 More Pressure Reference Factor Calculators
Go
Pre-Tensioned Members
(3)
Created
Bond Length given Development Length of Section
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Created
Development Length of Section
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Created
Transmission Length given Development Length of Section
Go
Proportional Weir or Sutro Weir
(8)
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Constant for Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
Go
Created
Constant for Small Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
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Created
Constant given Discharge through Small Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
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Created
Discharge through Small Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
Go
Created
Head given Discharge through Small Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
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Created
Height of Aperture given Constant for Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
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Created
Height of Aperture given Discharge through Small Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
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Created
Width of Aperture given Constant for Rectangular Shaped Aperture Weir
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Quantity of seepage
(3)
Verified
Number of Equipotential Drops of Net given Quantity of Seepage in Length of Dam
Go
Verified
Quantity of Seepage in Length of Dam under Consideration
Go
Verified
Seepage Discharge in Earth Dam
Go
3 More Quantity of seepage Calculators
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Quarter Elliptical Springs
(7)
Verified
Deflection given Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
Go
Verified
Length given Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
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Verified
Modulus of Elasticity given Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
Go
Verified
Number of Plates given Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
Go
Verified
Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
Go
Verified
Thickness given Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
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Verified
Width given Proof Load in Quarter Elliptical Spring
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Radial Thickness of Element
(1)
Verified
Radial Thickness of Element given Rotation due to Shear on Arch Dam
Go
3 More Radial Thickness of Element Calculators
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Radius of Pipe
(1)
Verified
Radius of Pipe for Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
4 More Radius of Pipe Calculators
Go
Radius of the Wheel
(3)
Created
Radius of Wheel for Tangential Velocity at Inlet Tip of Vane
Go
Created
Radius of Wheel for Tangential Velocity at Outlet Tip of Vane
Go
Created
Radius of Wheel given Angular Momentum at Inlet
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Rainfall Erosivity Factor
(2)
Verified
Kinetic energy of storm given rainfall erosion index unit of
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Verified
Maximum 30 minutes Rainfall Intensity given Rainfall Erosion Index Unit of Storm
Go
1 More Rainfall Erosivity Factor Calculators
Go
Rainwater Accumulation and Drainage on Bridges
(4)
Verified
Drainage Area given Runoff Rate of Rainwater from Bridge during Rainstorm
Go
Verified
Runoff Coefficient given Runoff Rate of Rainwater from Bridge during Rainstorm
Go
Verified
Runoff Rate of Rainwater from Bridge during Rainstorm
Go
Verified
Traffic Lane given Deck Width for Handling Rainwater Runoff to Drain Scuppers
Go
3 More Rainwater Accumulation and Drainage on Bridges Calculators
Go
Recuperation Test
(5)
Verified
Area of well given specific capacity per unit well area of aquifer
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Verified
Area of well when discharged from open well is considered
Go
Verified
Discharge from Open Well under Depression Head
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Verified
Proportionality constant given specific capacity per unit well area of aquifer
Go
Verified
Specific Capacity per unit Well Area for Discharge from Open Well
Go
4 More Recuperation Test Calculators
Go
Reflection from Structures
(6)
Verified
Reflection Coefficient in Coastal Structures
Go
Verified
Reflection Coefficient in Coastal Structures with Dolos-Armored Breakwaters - Monochromatic Waves
Go
Verified
Reflection Coefficient in Coastal Structures with Plane Slope-Irregular Waves
Go
Verified
Reflection Coefficient in Coastal Structures with Plane Slope-Monochromatic Waves
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Verified
Reflection Coefficient in Coastal Structures with Rubble-mound Breakwaters
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Verified
Reflection Coefficient in Coastal Structures with Tetrapod-armored Breakwaters - Irregular Waves
Go
Relation between Forces on the Prototype and Forces on the Model
(10)
Verified
Density of Fluid for Ratio of Inertial Forces and Viscous Forces
Go
Verified
Dynamic Viscosity for Ratio of Inertial Forces and Viscous Force
Go
Verified
Inertial Forces given Kinematic Viscosity
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Verified
Inertial Forces using Newton's Friction Model
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Verified
Kinematic Viscosity for Ratio of Inertial Forces and Viscous Force
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Verified
Length for Ratio of Inertial Forces and Viscous Forces
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Verified
Length given Kinematic Viscosity, Ratio of Inertial forces and Viscous forces
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Verified
Velocity given Kinematic Viscosity, Ratio of Inertial Forces and Viscous Forces
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Verified
Velocity given Ratio of Inertial Forces and Viscous Forces using Newton's Friction model
Go
Verified
Viscous Forces using Newton's Friction model
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8 More Relation between Forces on the Prototype and Forces on the Model Calculators
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Return Period and Encounter Probability
(4)
Verified
Cumulative Probability of Design Significant Wave Height given Return Period
Go
Verified
Encounter Probability
Go
Verified
Return Period given Cumulative Probability
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Verified
Time Interval Associated with Each Data Point given Return Period
Go
5 More Return Period and Encounter Probability Calculators
Go
Salinity Variations with Tide
(1)
Verified
Rate of Energy Dissipation given Dimensionless Stratification Number
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18 More Salinity Variations with Tide Calculators
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Scale Factor
(7)
Verified
Scale Factor for Acceleration given Scale Factor for Time and Velocity
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Verified
Scale Factor for Kinematic Viscosity given Scale Factor for Time and Length
Go
Verified
Scale Factor for Length given Scale Factor for Acceleration
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Verified
Scale Factor for Length given Scale Factor for Time and Kinematic Viscosity
Go
Verified
Scale Factor for Time given Scale Factor for Acceleration
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Verified
Scale Factor for Time given Scale Factor for Length and Kinematic Viscosity
Go
Verified
Scale Factor for Velocity given Scale Factor for Time
Go
6 More Scale Factor Calculators
Go
Section Modulus for Various Shapes
(2)
Verified
Breadth of Rectangular Shape given Section Modulus
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Verified
Section Modulus of Rectangular Shape
Go
13 More Section Modulus for Various Shapes Calculators
Go
Sediment Transport along Coasts
(8)
Verified
Deepwater Wave Height for Total Transport
Go
Verified
Refraction Coefficient at Breaker Line given Total Littoral Transport in Breaker Zone
Go
Verified
Total Littoral Transport in entire Breaker Zone
Go
Verified
Total Transport given by Galvin
Go
Verified
Wave Height in Deepwater for Total Littoral Transport in Breaker Zone
Go
Verified
Wave Height in Deepwater given Total Littoral Transport in Entire Breaker Zone
Go
Verified
Wave Speed in Deepwater for Total Littoral Transport in Breaker Zone
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Verified
Wave Speed in Deepwater for total Littoral Transport in Entire Breaker Zone
Go
Seismic Loads
(3)
Verified
Fundamental Period for Reinforced Concrete Frames
Go
Verified
Fundamental Period given Seismic Response Coefficient
Go
Verified
Response Modification Factor
Go
18 More Seismic Loads Calculators
Go
Setting Out Curve using Offsets from Chords
(5)
Verified
Deflection Angle of First Chord
Go
Verified
First Offset given First Chord Length
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Verified
Length of First Chord for given Deflection Angle of First Chord
Go
Verified
N-th Offset using Chords Produced
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Verified
Second Offset using Chord Lengths
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Shear Range
(4)
Verified
Allowable Horizontal Shear for Individual Connector for 100,000 Cycles
Go
Verified
Allowable Horizontal Shear for Welded Studs for 100,000 Cycles
Go
Verified
Allowable Horizontal Shear for Welded Studs for 500,000 Cycles
Go
Verified
Moment of Inertia of Transformed Section given Horizontal Shear Range
Go
8 More Shear Range Calculators
Go
Shoaling, Refraction and Breaking
(16)
Verified
Beach Slope given Breaking wave and wave height at breaking point
Go
Verified
Breaking Wave given wave height at Breaking Point
Go
Verified
Deepwater Wave Height for Shoaling Coefficient and Refraction Coefficient
Go
Verified
Deepwater Wavelength for Shoaling Coefficient in Shallow Water
Go
Verified
Deepwater Wavelength given Wave Breaking and wave height at breaking point
Go
Verified
Distance between Two Rays at General Point
Go
Verified
Refraction Coefficient
Go
Verified
Refraction Coefficient given Relative Change of Wave Height
Go
Verified
Shoaling Coefficient
Go
Verified
Shoaling Coefficient given Wave Celerity
Go
Verified
Shoaling Coefficient in Shallow Water
Go
Verified
Water Depth given Shoaling Coefficient in Shallow Water
Go
Verified
Water Depth when Reduced Shoaling Coefficient in shallow Water
Go
Verified
Wave Height at Breaking Point given Breaking Wave and Wave Height at breaking point
Go
Verified
Wave Height given Shoaling Coefficient and Refraction Coefficient
Go
Verified
Wave Length for reduced shoaling coefficient in shallow water
Go
Simple Circular Curve
(8)
Verified
Apex Distance
Go
Verified
Length of Curve if 20m Chord Definition
Go
Verified
Length of Curve if 30m Chord Definition
Go
Verified
Mid Ordinate
Go
Verified
Radius given Apex Distance
Go
Verified
Radius of Curve given Long Chord
Go
Verified
Radius of Curve given Tangent
Go
Verified
Tangent Length
Go
3 More Simple Circular Curve Calculators
Go
Skin Friction
(2)
Verified
Skin Friction Coefficient given Skin Friction of Vessel
Go
Verified
Skin Friction of Vessel due to Flow of Water over Wetted Surface Area of Vessel
Go
4 More Skin Friction Calculators
Go
SMB Prediction Method
(4)
Verified
Duration of Wind in SMB Prediction Method
Go
Verified
Period of Significant Wave in SMB Prediction Method
Go
Verified
Wind Speed given Duration of Wind in SMB Prediction Method
Go
Verified
Wind Speed given Fetch Parameter in SMB Prediction Method
Go
5 More SMB Prediction Method Calculators
Go
Specific Capacity
(1)
Verified
Specific capacity per unit well area of aquifer
Go
2 More Specific Capacity Calculators
Go
Specific Energy and Critical Depth
(6)
Verified
Datum Height for Total Energy per unit Weight of Water in Flow Section
Go
Verified
Depth of Flow given Total Energy in Flow Section taking Bed Slope as Datum
Go
Verified
Depth of Flow given Total Energy per Unit Weight of Water in Flow Section
Go
Verified
Discharge through Section Considering Condition of Maximum Discharge
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of Flow for Total Energy per Unit Weight of Water in Flow Section
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of flow given Total Energy in flow section taking Bed Slope as Datum
Go
17 More Specific Energy and Critical Depth Calculators
Go
Spring of Square Section Wire
(6)
Verified
Deflection of Square Section Wire Spring
Go
Verified
Load given Deflection of Square Section Wire Spring
Go
Verified
Mean radius given Deflection of Square Section Wire Spring
Go
Verified
Modulus of Rigidity using Deflection of Square Section Wire Spring
Go
Verified
Number of Coils given Deflection of Square Section Wire Spring
Go
Verified
Width given Deflection of Square Section Wire Spring
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Springs in Parallel and Series Load
(4)
Verified
Springs in Parallel - Load
Go
Verified
Springs in Parallel - Spring Constant
Go
Verified
Springs in Series- Deflection
Go
Verified
Springs in Series- Spring Constant
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Square Section Wire
(5)
Verified
Mean Radius given Stiffness of Square Section Wire Spring
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Verified
Modulus of Rigidity given Stiffness of Square Section Wire Spring
Go
Verified
Number of Spring Coils given Stiffness of Square Section Wire Spring
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Verified
Stiffness of Square Section Wire Spring
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Verified
Width given Stiffness of Square Section Wire Spring
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SSD
(3)
Verified
Stopping Sight Distance for Velocity in meter per second
Go
Verified
Stopping Sight Distance on Level Ground with Breaking Efficiency
Go
Verified
Stopping Sight Distance on Upward Inclined Surface
Go
4 More SSD Calculators
Go
Stability of Submerged and Floating Bodies
(4)
Created
Restoring Couple when Floating Body in Stable Equilibrium
Go
Created
Righting Couple when Floating Body in Unstable Equilibrium
Go
Created
Weight of Body given Restoring Couple
Go
Created
Weight of Body given Righting Couple
Go
Static Salt Wedge
(1)
Verified
Non-dimensional Intrusion or Salt Wedge Length
Go
7 More Static Salt Wedge Calculators
Go
Steady Laminar Flow in Circular Pipes – Hagen Poiseuille Law
(8)
Verified
Distance of Element from Center Line given Head Loss
Go
Verified
Distance of Element from Center line given Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element
Go
Verified
Distance of Element from Center Line given Velocity Gradient at Cylindrical Element
Go
Verified
Maximum Velocity at Axis of Cylindrical Element given Mean Velocity of Flow
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of Flow given Maximum Velocity at Axis of Cylindrical Element
Go
Verified
Mean Velocity of Fluid Flow
Go
Verified
Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element
Go
Verified
Shear Stress at any Cylindrical Element given Head Loss
Go
4 More Steady Laminar Flow in Circular Pipes – Hagen Poiseuille Law Calculators
Go
Stiffness
(1)
Verified
Modulus of Rigidity given Stiffness of Spring
Go
4 More Stiffness Calculators
Go
Strain Energy
(3)
Verified
Eccentricity for Solid Circular Sector to Maintain Stress as Wholly Compressive
Go
Verified
Eccentricity in Column for Hollow Circular Section when Stress at Extreme Fibre is Zero
Go
Verified
Section Modulus to Maintain Stress as Wholly Compressive given Eccentricity
Go
4 More Strain Energy Calculators
Go
Strain Energy stored by the Member
(1)
Verified
Area of Member given Strain Energy Stored by Member
Go
4 More Strain Energy stored by the Member Calculators
Go
Strain Energy stored per unit Volume
(1)
Verified
Stress generated due to Strain Energy Stored per Unit Volume
Go
2 More Strain Energy stored per unit Volume Calculators
Go
Stresses in Bi-Axial Loading
(2)
Verified
Stress along X- Direction with known Shear Stress in Bi-Axial Loading
Go
Verified
Stress along Y- Direction using Shear Stress in Bi-Axial Loading
Go
2 More Stresses in Bi-Axial Loading Calculators
Go
Stresses of Members Subjected to Axial Loading
(1)
Verified
Angle of Oblique plane when Member Subjected to Axial Loading
Go
5 More Stresses of Members Subjected to Axial Loading Calculators
Go
Structural Numbers for Flexible Pavements
(12)
Created
Actual Thickness of Base Course given Structural Number
Go
Created
Actual Thickness of Subbase Course given Structural Number
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Created
Actual Thickness of Surface Course given Structural Number
Go
Created
Drainage Coefficient for Base Course given Structural Number
Go
Created
Drainage Coefficient of Subbase using Structural Number
Go
Created
Layer Coefficient for Subbase Course using Structural Number
Go
Created
Layer Coefficient of Base Course given Structural Number
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Created
Layer Coefficient of Surface Course using Structural Number
Go
Created
Structural Number for Base Course
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Created
Structural Number for Subbase Course
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Created
Structural Number for Surface Course
Go
Created
Structural Number to Withstand Anticipated Axle Loads
Go
Submerged Weirs
(17)
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge through Drowned Portion
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Discharge through Free Weir Portion
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge if Velocity is Approached for Submerged Weir
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge if Velocity is Approached given Discharge through Free Weir
Go
Created
Discharge through Drowned Portion
Go
Created
Discharge through Drowned Portion given Total Discharge over Submerged Weir
Go
Created
Discharge through Free Weir if Velocity is Approached
Go
Created
Discharge through Free Weir Portion
Go
Created
Discharge through Free Weir Portion given Total Discharge over Submerged Weir
Go
Created
Discharge through Submerged Weir if Velocity is Approached
Go
Created
Head on Downstream Weir for Discharge through Free Weir Portion
Go
Created
Head on Upstream Weir for Discharge through Drowned Portion
Go
Created
Head on Upstream Weir given Discharge through Free Weir Portion
Go
Created
Length of Crest for Discharge through Drowned Portion
Go
Created
Length of Crest for Discharge through Free Weir
Go
Created
Length of Crest for Discharge through Free Weir Portion
Go
Created
Total Discharge over Submerged Weir
Go
Suddenly Applied Load
(1)
Verified
Load given Stress due to suddenly Applied Load
Go
2 More Suddenly Applied Load Calculators
Go
Superelevation
(5)
Verified
Cant given Width of Pavement
Go
Verified
Gauge Width of Track given Cant
Go
Verified
Pavement Width given Cant
Go
Verified
Radius of Curve given Cant for Road
Go
Verified
Railway Cant
Go
Supports at Same Level
(3)
Verified
Sag of Cable at Midway between supports given Horizontal Component of Cable Tension for UDL
Go
Verified
Span Length given Horizontal Component of Cable Tension for UDL
Go
Verified
UDL given Vertical Reaction at Supports
Go
7 More Supports at Same Level Calculators
Go
Surge due to Sudden Reduction of Flow
(1)
Verified
Depth of Flow using Absolute Velocity of Surge when Flow is Completely Stopped
Go
11 More Surge due to Sudden Reduction of Flow Calculators
Go
Tangential momentum and Tangential velocity
(6)
Created
Tangential Momentum of Fluid Striking Vanes at Inlet
Go
Created
Tangential Momentum of Fluid Striking Vanes at Outlet
Go
Created
Tangential Velocity at Inlet Tip of Vane
Go
Created
Tangential Velocity at Outlet Tip of Vane
Go
Created
Velocity given Tangential Momentum of Fluid Striking Vanes at Inlet
Go
Created
Velocity given Tangential Momentum of Fluid Striking Vanes at Outlet
Go
Temperature Stresses and Strains
(2)
Verified
Change in Temperature using Temperature Stress for Tapering Rod
Go
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity using Hoop Stress due to Temperature Fall
Go
7 More Temperature Stresses and Strains Calculators
Go
Tidal Prism
(13)
Verified
Average Area over Channel Length given Tidal Prism of Non-Sinusoidal Prototype Flow
Go
Verified
Depth of Water at Current Meter Location
Go
Verified
Hydraulic Radius of Entire Cross-Section
Go
Verified
Maximum Cross-Sectionally Averaged Velocity given Tidal Prism of Non-sinusoidal Prototype Flow
Go
Verified
Maximum Ebb Tide Discharge Accounting for Non-Sinusoidal Character of Prototype Flow by Keulegan
Go
Verified
Maximum Velocity Averaged over Entire Cross-Section
Go
Verified
Point Measurement of Maximum Velocity
Go
Verified
Tidal Period Accounting for Non-sinusoidal Character of Prototype Flow by Keulegan
Go
Verified
Tidal Period given Maximum Instantaneous Ebb Tide Discharge and Tidal Prism
Go
Verified
Tidal Period when Tidal Prism Accounting for Non-sinusoidal Prototype Flow by Keulegan
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Verified
Tidal Prism Filling Bay Accounting for Non-sinusoidal Prototype Flow by Keulegan
Go
Verified
Tidal Prism filling Bay given Maximum Ebb Tide Discharge
Go
Verified
Tidal Prism for Non-sinusoidal character of Prototype Flow by Keulegan
Go
5 More Tidal Prism Calculators
Go
Tide Producing Forces
(10)
Verified
Distance from center of Earth to center of Sun given Attractive Force Potentials
Go
Verified
Distance of point located on surface of Earth to center of Moon
Go
Verified
Distance of point located on surface of earth to center of sun
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Verified
Gravitational constant given radius of Earth and acceleration of gravity
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Verified
Greenwich Time Measured
Go
Verified
Local Time given Greenwich Time Measured
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Verified
Local Time Meridian given Greenwich Time Measured
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Verified
Modified form of epoch accounting for longitude and time meridian corrections
Go
Verified
Phase Lag given Modified Epoch that accounts for longitude and Time Meridian Corrections
Go
Verified
Poisson Probability Law for Number of Storms simulated per year
Go
3 More Tide Producing Forces Calculators
Go
Time Period of Transverse Oscillation of a Floating Body
(2)
Created
Radius of Gyration of Body given Time Period
Go
Created
Time Period of One Complete Oscillations
Go
Time Required to Empty a Reservoir with Rectangular Weir
(19)
Created
Bazins Constant given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge for Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface
Go
Created
Coefficient of Discharge given Time required to Lower Liquid for Triangular Notch
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area given Time required to Lower Liquid for Triangular Notch
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area given Time required to Lower Liquid Surface
Go
Created
Cross Sectional Area given time required to Lower Liquid Surface using Bazins Formula
Go
Created
Head given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface using Francis Formula
Go
Created
Head1 given Time Required to Lower Liquid for Triangular Notch
Go
Created
Head1 given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface
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Created
Head1 given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface using Bazins Formula
Go
Created
Head2 given Time Required to Lower Liquid for Triangular Notch
Go
Created
Head2 given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface
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Created
Head2 given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface using Bazins Formula
Go
Created
Length of Crest for time required to Lower Liquid Surface
Go
Created
Length of Crest given Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface using Francis Formula
Go
Created
Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface
Go
Created
Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface for Triangular Notch
Go
Created
Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface using Bazins Formula
Go
Created
Time Required to Lower Liquid Surface using Francis Formula
Go
Topographic Factor
(1)
Verified
Equation for Topographic Factor
Go
Torque Exerted on a Wheel with Radial Curved Vanes
(21)
Created
Angular Momentum at Inlet
Go
Created
Angular Momentum at Outlet
Go
Created
Angular Velocity for Work Done on Wheel per Second
Go
Created
Efficiency of System
Go
Created
Initial Velocity for Work Done if Jet leaves in Motion of Wheel
Go
Created
Initial Velocity given Power Delivered to Wheel
Go
Created
Initial Velocity when Work Done at Vane Angle is 90 and Velocity is Zero
Go
Created
Mass of Fluid Striking Vane per Second
Go
Created
Power Delivered to Wheel
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Radius at Inlet for Work Done on Wheel per Second
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Radius at Inlet with Known Torque by Fluid
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Radius at Outlet for Torque Exerted by Fluid
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Radius at Outlet for Work Done on Wheel per Second
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Speed of Wheel given Tangential Velocity at Inlet Tip of Vane
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Speed of Wheel given Tangential Velocity at Outlet Tip of Vane
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Torque Exerted by Fluid
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Velocity at Point given Efficiency of System
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Velocity for Work Done if there is no Loss of Energy
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Velocity given Angular Momentum at Inlet
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Velocity given Angular Momentum at Outlet
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Velocity given Efficiency of System
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Torsion
(4)
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Modulus of rigidity
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Polar Moment of Inertia given twisting moment along with maximum permissible shear stress
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Radius given Twisting moment and Polar Moment of Inertia of shaft
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Shaft length for given maximum permissible shear stress and modulus of rigidity
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14 More Torsion Calculators
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Total Pressure on Curved Surface
(7)
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Direction of Resultant Force
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Horizontal Force given Direction of Resultant Force
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Horizontal Pressure given Resultant Force
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Resultant Force by Parallelogram of Forces
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Total Pressure on Elementary Area
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Vertical Pressure given Direction of Resultant Force
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Vertical Pressure given Resultant Force
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Transition (Spiral) Curves
(4)
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Minimum Length of Spiral
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Radius of Circular Curve Minimum Length
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Rate of Increase of Radial Acceleration
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Vehicle Velocity given Minimum Length of Spiral
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Trapezoidal Section
(1)
Verified
Hydraulic Radius of Most Efficient Channel
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12 More Trapezoidal Section Calculators
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Triangular Section
(2)
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Depth of Flow given Hydraulic Radius in Most Efficient Triangular channel
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Hydraulic Radius in Efficient channel
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Ultimate Shear Strength of Connectors in Bridges
(3)
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28-day Compressive Strength of Concrete given Ultimate Shear Connector Strength for Channels
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Diameter of Connector given Ultimate Shear Connector Strength for Welded Studs
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Ultimate Shear Connector Strength for Channels
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6 More Ultimate Shear Strength of Connectors in Bridges Calculators
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Unconfined Flow
(2)
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Coefficient of Permeability when Equilibrium Equation for Well in Unconfined Aquifer
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Discharge at edge of zone of influence
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3 More Unconfined Flow Calculators
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Uniform Turbulent Flow
(3)
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Average Height of Roughness Protrusions given Mean Velocity of flow in Rough Channels
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Hydraulic Radius given Mean Velocity of flow in Rough Channels
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Hydraulic Radius given Mean Velocity of flow in Smooth Channels
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6 More Uniform Turbulent Flow Calculators
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Universal Soil Loss Equation
(5)
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Cover management factor given soil loss per unit area in unit time
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Slop steepness factor given soil loss per unit area in unit time
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Slope Length Factor given Soil Loss Per Unit Area in Unit Time
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Soil Loss Per Unit Area in Unit Time
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Verified
Support practice factor given soil loss per unit area in unit time
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2 More Universal Soil Loss Equation Calculators
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Unsteady Flow in a Confined Aquifer
(3)
Verified
Drawdown at Time Interval 't1'
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Verified
Drawdown at Time Interval 't2'
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Equation for Drawdown
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8 More Unsteady Flow in a Confined Aquifer Calculators
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Velocity at Inlet
(3)
Created
Velocity at Inlet given Torque by Fluid
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Velocity at Inlet given Work Done on Wheel
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Velocity at Inlet when Work Done at Vane Angle is 90 and Velocity is Zero
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Velocity at Outlet
(4)
Created
Velocity at Outlet given Power Delivered to Wheel
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Velocity at Outlet given Torque by Fluid
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Velocity at Outlet given Work Done if Jet leaves in Motion of Wheel
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Velocity at Outlet given Work Done on Wheel
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Velocity of Jet
(3)
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Velocity of jet for dynamic thrust exerted by jet on plate
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Velocity of Jet given Normal Thrust Normal to Direction of Jet
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Velocity of Jet given Normal Thrust Parallel to Direction of Jet
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Venturimeter
(5)
Verified
Density of Liquid in Pipe given Venturi Head
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Density of Manometric Liquid given Venturi Head
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Inlet Area given Theoretical Discharge
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Verified
Venturi Head given Difference in Levels of Manometric Liquid in Two Limbs
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Venturi Head given Theoretical Discharge through Pipe
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5 More Venturimeter Calculators
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Volumetric Strain of a Rectangular Bar
(1)
Verified
Strain along Breadth given Volumetric Strain of Rectangular Bar
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3 More Volumetric Strain of a Rectangular Bar Calculators
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Volumetric Strain of Sphere
(2)
Verified
Strain given Volumetric Strain of Sphere
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Volumetric Strain of Sphere given Lateral Strain
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3 More Volumetric Strain of Sphere Calculators
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Water Power Engineering
(9)
Created
Average Load given Load Factor for Turbo-generators
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Energy Actually Produced given Plant Factor
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Load Factor for Turbo-generators
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Maximum Energy Produced using Plant Factor
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Maximum Power Developed given Utilization Factor
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Peak Load given Load Factor for Turbo-Generators
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Plant Factor
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Total Power that can be Developed given Utilization Factor
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Utilization Factor
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Wave Energy
(15)
Verified
Deepwater Celerity for Wave Power of Deepwater
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Verified
Potential Energy given Total Wave Energy
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Ratio of Group Velocity to phase Velocity
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Verified
Specific energy or energy density given wavelength and wave energy
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Specific Energy or Energy Density in terms Wave Height
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Total Wave Energy for Wave Power of Deepwater
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Total Wave Energy given Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy
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Total Wave Energy given Wave Power for Shallow Water
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Total Wave Energy in one Wavelength per unit Crest Width
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Wave Celerity given Wave Power for Shallow Water
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Wave Energy for Ratio of Group Velocity to phase Velocity
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Wave Height given Total Wave Energy in one Wavelength per unit Crest Width
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Wave Power for Deepwater
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Wave Power for Shallow Water
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Wavelength for total wave energy in wavelength per unit crest width
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Wave Height
(1)
Verified
Wave Height given Wave Period for North Atlantic Ocean
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18 More Wave Height Calculators
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Wave Parameters
(4)
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Maximum Wave Steepness for Waves Travelling
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Wave Amplitude given Elevation of Water Surface Relative to SWL
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Wave Height given Maximum Wave Steepness Limit by Michell
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Wavelength given Maximum Wave Steepness Limit by Michell
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14 More Wave Parameters Calculators
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Wave Period
(3)
Verified
Average Period for Wave Period of Same Energy as Irregular Train
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Verified
Wave Period for North Atlantic Ocean
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Wave period of same energy
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16 More Wave Period Calculators
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Wave Power
(7)
Verified
Group Wave Celerity for Power per unit Crest Length
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Verified
Power per unit Crest Length
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Verified
Power per unit Crest Length given Ratio of Group Velocity to Phase Velocity
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Verified
Wave Celerity given Power per unit Crest Length
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Verified
Wave Energy for Power per unit Crest Length
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Verified
Wave Period for Certain Wave Phase Velocity
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Wavelength given Certain Wave Phase Velocity
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2 More Wave Power Calculators
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Wave Setup
(20)
Verified
Beach Slope given Nonbreaking Upper Limit of Runup
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Breaker Depth Index given Set-down at Breaker Point at Still-Water Shore Line
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Verified
Cross-shore Component of Cross-shore directed Radiation Stress
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Verified
Deepwater Wave Height given Nonbreaking Upper Limit of Runup on Uniform Slope
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Deepwater Wave Height given Wave Runup above Mean Water Level
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Mean Water Surface Elevation given Total Water Depth
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Nonbreaking Upper Limit of Runup on Uniform Slope
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Set down for Regular Waves
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Setdown at Breaker Point at Still-Water Shore Line
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Setup at Mean Shoreline
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Setup at Still-Water Shore Line
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Shoreward Displacement of Shoreline
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Still Water Depth given Total Water Depth
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Surf Similarity Parameter given Wave Runup above Mean Water Level
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Verified
Total Water Depth
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Water Depth at Breaking given Setdown at Breaker Point at Still-Water Shore Line
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Water Depth given Cross Shore Component
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Wave Height given Cross Shore Component
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Wave Height given Mean Water Surface Elevation set down for Regular Waves
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Wave Runup above Mean Water Level
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Wave Statistics Relationships
(11)
Verified
Average of Waves based upon Rayleigh Distribution
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Verified
Average of Waves given Significant Wave Height
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Probability of Exceedance of Wave Height
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Root Mean Square Wave Height
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Root Mean Square Wave Height given Average of Waves based upon Rayleigh Distribution
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Root Mean Square Wave Height given Significant Wave Height based on Rayleigh Distribution
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Significant Wave Height given Average of Waves
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Significant Wave Height of Record based upon Rayleigh Distribution
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Significant Wave Height of Record for Probability of Exceedance
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Verified
Standard Deviation of Wave Height
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Wave Height of Record for Probability of Exceedance
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Wave-Current Interaction
(10)
Verified
Angle Wave Orthogonal makes with Current in Non-propagated Wave Values on Forbidden Region
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Verified
Channel Depth in Non-propagated Wave Values
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Verified
Channel Depth in Non-propagated Wave values in Forbidden Region
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Verified
Channel Velocity in Non-propagated Wave Values in Forbidden Region
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Effect of Current on Wave Height
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Inlet Current Wave Height Factor
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Verified
Non-propagated Wave Values in Forbidden Region Boundary Line
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Non-propagated Wave Values in Forbidden Region of Boundary Line
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Verified
Wave Height Entering Inlet
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Verified
Wave Period in Non-propagated Wave Values
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Weight of the Fluid
(9)
Created
Weight of Fluid for Work Done if there is no loss of Energy
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Weight of Fluid for Work Done on Wheel per Second
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Created
Weight of Fluid given Angular Momentum at Inlet
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Weight of Fluid given Angular Momentum at Outlet
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Weight of Fluid given Mass of Fluid Striking Vane per Second