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Fluid Forces Calculator v1
The fluid force calculator determines the forces imposed on a body moving through a <a  data-cke-saved-href='help_definitions.html#Fluid' href='help_definitions.html#Fluid'>fluid</a>, such as air or water

Fluid Force

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Fluids generate a force on a body due to surface friction and their resistance to separate and flow around the body. This resistance is predominantly due to a combination of the viscosity of the fluid and the shape and surface texture of the body.

Such forces can induce significant stresses in the body or anything to which it may be attached. They also limit eternal acceleration resulting in a terminal velocity when the body is falling through the fluid under the influence of gravity.

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The fluid forces calculator uses Morison’s equations for both of its calculation options;

Terminal Velocity; calculates the terminal speed of a body (e.g. a ball, brick, etc.) falling through a fluid (e.g. air, water, etc.) under the influence of gravity

Force on a Body (e.g. a beam, barrier, submarine, etc.); calculates the force induced on a body, along with its direction, due to its movement through a moving fluid.

Fluid Forces imports data from CalQlata’s, Waves, Volumes and Added Drag calculators

For help using this calculator see Technical Help

Fluid Force Calculator - Options

TERMINAL VELOCITY

Calculates characteristics of a body travelling under the force of gravity to its terminal velocity.

You enter: and the fluid force calculator will provide:
  • Surface area facing direction of flow
  • Body mass
  • Body Volume
  • Acceleration due to gravity
  • Fluid density
  • Drag coefficient
  • Added mass coefficient
  • Terminal velocity of the body
  • Distance travelled by the body to reach terminal velocity from standstill
  • Time taken for the body to reach terminal velocity from standstill
  • Kinetic energy in the body at terminal velocity

FORCE ON A BODY

Calculates the forces on a body immersed in and moving relative to a fluid.

You enter: and the fluid force calculator will provide:
  • Fluid density
  • Surface area facing direction of flow
  • Body volume
  • Drag coefficient
  • Added Mass coefficient
  • Body velocity
  • Body acceleration
  • Angular direction of body movement
  • Fluid horizontal velocity
  • Fluid vertical velocity
  • Fluid horizontal acceleration
  • Fluid vertical acceleration
  • Horizontal fluid force on the body
  • Vertical fluid force on the body
  • Maximum fluid force on the body
  • Maximum fluid force angle
  • Axial fluid force on the body

Fluid Forces includes a data import facility from CalQlata's Waves, Volumes and Added Drag calculators

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