# Stokes Law Equations Formulas Calculator

## Fluid Mechanics Hydraulics

Solving for particle diameter.

#### Inputs:

 viscosity of medium (μ) kilogram/meter-second gram/meter-second kilogram/meter-hour fall, settling or terminal velocity (Vt) meter/second centimeter/hour centimeter/second foot/day foot/second inch/hour inch/second kilometer/hour kilometer/second knot mach sea level 15 C meter/day mile/hour mile/second millimeter/second speed of light in vacuum yard/second acceleration of gravity (g) meter/second^2 centimeter/second^2 foot/second^2 inch/second^2 kilometer/second^2 mile/second^2 millimeter/second^2 yard/second^2 density of particle (ρp) kilogram/meter^3 gram/centimeter^3 gram/meter^3 milligram/liter pound/foot^3 density of medium (ρm) kilogram/meter^3 gram/centimeter^3 gram/meter^3 milligram/liter pound/foot^3

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#### Conversions:

 viscosity of medium (μ) = 0 = 0 gram/meter-second fall, settling or terminal velocity (Vt) = 0 = 0 meter/second acceleration of gravity (g) = 0 = 0 meter/second^2 density of particle (ρp) = 0 = 0 gram/meter^3 density of medium (ρm) = 0 = 0 gram/meter^3

#### Solution:

 particle diameter (d) = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED

#### Other Units:

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 terminal, fall or settling velocity acceleration of gravity particle diameter density of medium (e.g. water, air, oil) particle density viscosity of medium

References - Books:

1) P. Aarne Vesilind, J. Jeffrey Peirce and Ruth F. Weiner. 1994. Environmental Engineering. Butterworth Heinemann. 3rd ed.

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