# Water Hammer Equations Formulas Design Calculator

## Fluid Mechanics Hydraulics Pipe Flow

Solving for flow velocity.

#### Inputs:

 pressure increase (P) pascalatmospherebardyne/centimeter^2foot of waterinch of mercuryinch of waterkilonewton/meter^2millibarmillimeter of mercurynewton/meter^2pound/foot^2pound/inch^2torr
 inlet pressure (Pi) pascalatmospherebardyne/centimeter^2foot of waterinch of mercuryinch of waterkilonewton/meter^2millibarmillimeter of mercurynewton/meter^2pound/foot^2pound/inch^2torr
 upstream pipe length (L) meterangstromattometercentimeterchaindekameterdecimeterexameterfemtometerfootgigameterhectometerinchkilometerlight yearlinkmegametermicrometermicronmilemillimeternanometerparsecpetameterpicometerrodterameteryard

#### Conversions:

 pressure increase (P)= 0 = 0pound/inch^2
 inlet pressure (Pi)= 0 = 0pound/inch^2
 valve closing time (t)= 0 = 0second
 upstream pipe length (L)= 0 = 0foot

#### Solution:

 flow velocity (V)= NOT CALCULATED

#### Other Units:

Change Equation
Select to solve for a different unknown
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water hammer pressure increase
 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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