## Pressure Inside Grain Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Inside pressure of Grain = External Pressure of Grain+(4*Specific Surface Energy)/Size of Grain
Pi = Pe+(4*γ)/Φ
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Inside pressure of Grain - (Measured in Pascal) - Inside pressure of Grain is a measure of how the internal energy of a system changes with the changes in external pressure, surface energy and grain size.
External Pressure of Grain - (Measured in Pascal) - External Pressure of Grain is a measure of the amount of pressure acting on the surface of the grain from outside.
Specific Surface Energy - (Measured in Joule per Square Meter) - The Specific Surface Energy is the ratio of the required work to the surface area of the object.
Size of Grain - (Measured in Meter) - Size of Grain is the size of the individual constituent particles of the material being studued.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
External Pressure of Grain: 20 Pascal --> 20 Pascal No Conversion Required
Specific Surface Energy: 50 Joule per Square Meter --> 50 Joule per Square Meter No Conversion Required
Size of Grain: 100 Nanometer --> 1E-07 Meter (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Pi = Pe+(4*γ)/Φ --> 20+(4*50)/1E-07
Evaluating ... ...
Pi = 2000000020
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
2000000020 Pascal --> No Conversion Required
2000000020 2E+9 Pascal <-- Inside pressure of Grain
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Pressure Inside Grain Formula

Inside pressure of Grain = External Pressure of Grain+(4*Specific Surface Energy)/Size of Grain
Pi = Pe+(4*γ)/Φ

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## How to Calculate Pressure Inside Grain?

Pressure Inside Grain calculator uses Inside pressure of Grain = External Pressure of Grain+(4*Specific Surface Energy)/Size of Grain to calculate the Inside pressure of Grain, The Pressure Inside Grain formula is defined as a measure of how the internal energy of a system changes with the changes in external pressure, surface energy and grain size. Inside pressure of Grain is denoted by Pi symbol.

How to calculate Pressure Inside Grain using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Pressure Inside Grain, enter External Pressure of Grain (Pe), Specific Surface Energy (γ) & Size of Grain (Φ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Pressure Inside Grain calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2E+8 = 20+(4*50)/1E-07.

### FAQ

What is Pressure Inside Grain?
The Pressure Inside Grain formula is defined as a measure of how the internal energy of a system changes with the changes in external pressure, surface energy and grain size and is represented as Pi = Pe+(4*γ)/Φ or Inside pressure of Grain = External Pressure of Grain+(4*Specific Surface Energy)/Size of Grain. External Pressure of Grain is a measure of the amount of pressure acting on the surface of the grain from outside, The Specific Surface Energy is the ratio of the required work to the surface area of the object & Size of Grain is the size of the individual constituent particles of the material being studued.
How to calculate Pressure Inside Grain?
The Pressure Inside Grain formula is defined as a measure of how the internal energy of a system changes with the changes in external pressure, surface energy and grain size is calculated using Inside pressure of Grain = External Pressure of Grain+(4*Specific Surface Energy)/Size of Grain. To calculate Pressure Inside Grain, you need External Pressure of Grain (Pe), Specific Surface Energy (γ) & Size of Grain (Φ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for External Pressure of Grain, Specific Surface Energy & Size of Grain and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well. Let Others Know