Minor Losses Equations Calculator

Hydraulics - Fluid Mechanics - Formulas

Solving for head loss.

Inputs:

 closed conduits energy loss coefficient (K)
 velocity (V2) meter/secondcentimeter/hourcentimeter/secondfoot/dayfoot/hourfoot/minutefoot/secondinch/dayinch/hourinch/minuteinch/secondkilometer/daykilometer/hourkilometer/minutekilometer/secondknotmach sea level 15 Cmeter/daymeter/hourmeter/minutemile/daymile/hourmile/minutemile/secondmillimeter/secondspeed of light in vacuumyard/second
 acceleration of gravity (g) meter/second^2centimeter/day^2centimeter/hour^2centimeter/minute^2centimeter/second^2foot/day^2foot/hour^2foot/minute^2foot/second^2inch/second^2kilometer/day^2kilometer/hour^2kilometer/minute^2kilometer/second^2knot/secondmeter/day^2meter/hour^2meter/minute^2mile/day^2mile/hour^2mile/minute^2mile/second^2millimeter/second^2yard/second^2

Conversions:

 closed conduits energy loss coefficient (K)= 0 = 0
 velocity (V2)= 0 = 0foot/second
 acceleration of gravity (g)= 0 = 0foot/second^2

Solution:

 head loss (h)= NOT CALCULATED

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 Solve for head loss Solve for velocity Solve for closed conduits energy loss coefficient

Where
 h = head loss v = velocity g = acceleration of gravity K = closed conduits energy loss coefficient

Reference - Books:

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

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