# Reynolds Number Equations Calculator

## Engineering Fluid Mechanics Design Formulas

Reynolds Number assists in the analysis of the type of fluid flow: laminar, turbulent and transitional. It describes the relationship between viscous force and inertial force.

Solving For Viscosity.

#### Inputs:

 density(ρ) kilogram/meter^3gram/centimeter^3gram/meter^3gram/milliliterkilogram/deciliterkilogram/litermilligram/literounce/foot^3ounce/inch^3pound/foot^3pound/bushel UKpound/bushel USpound/gallon UKpound/gallon USpound/inch^3pound/yard^3ton metric/meter^3slug/foot^3slug/inch^3
 velocity (V) 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
 Reynolds Number (Re)

#### Conversions:

 density(ρ)= 0 = 0kilogram/meter^3
 velocity (V)= 0 = 0meter/second
 characteristic length (l)= 0 = 0meter
 Reynolds Number (Re)= 0 = 0

#### Solution:

 viscosity (μ)= NOT CALCULATED

#### Other Units:

Change Equation
Select to solve for a different unknown
 Reynolds Number density velocity characteristic length viscosity

References - Books:
1) Munson, Bruce R., Young, Donald F., Okiishi Theodore H.. 1994. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2nd ed.

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