Solving for pressure increase.

flow velocity (V) = 0 = 0 foot/second |

upstream pipe length (L) = 0 = 0 foot |

valve closing time (t) = 0 = 0 second |

inlet pressure (P _{i})= 0 = 0 pound/inch^2 |

pressure increase (P) = NOT CALCULATED |

Select to solve for a different unknown

maximum surge pressure head

maximum surge pressure head in length of fluid | |

pressure wave velocity | |

fluid velocity change | |

acceleration of gravity |

maximum surge pressure for a fluid | |

pressure wave velocity | |

fluid velocity change | |

unit weight of fluid | |

acceleration of gravity |

maximum surge pressure for water | |

pressure wave velocity | |

water velocity change | |

acceleration of gravity |

pressure increase | |

flow velocity | |

upstream pipe length | |

valve closing time | |

inlet pressure |

References - Books:

National Resources Conservation Service. National Engineering Handbook. 1995. United States Department of Agriculture.

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