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Core Pressure Calculator

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Keith Dixon-Roche {© 08/11/17}

Core pressure is the pressure inside an astronomical body (Fig 1: the earth).

Internal structure of an astronomical body

Fig 1. Structure of a planetary body

The core pressure of any planetary body can be estimated from its polar motion of inertia, which can be established from Isaac Newton's laws of motion and Spin Theory. Once known, the density of its various layers (inner-core, outer-core, mantle, crust) can be generated to reproduce the calculated polar moment of inertia.

Newton's famous formula (F = G.m₁.m₂/R²) for gravitational attraction may be applied to any internal radius to establish the force imposed by the mass of material outside the radius (R); m₁ being the mass of material inside 'R' and m₂ being mass outside it.

Newton's formula only allows us to calculate internal pressure due to gravity, it is necessary to apply thermodynamics to determine the additional internal pressure from heat.

From the various layer-densities it is also possible to estimate the elements it comprises.

Core Pressure Calculator – Technical Help

Cores provides for up to 6 internal layers, the interface radii and densities of each must be iterated until the two factors (Fm & FJ) equal 1.0, after which the mass and polar moment of inertia will be representative of the astronomical body being investigated.


There are no enforced units, except for time which must be in seconds; i.e. you get out whatever you put in.

Input Data

R₀ to R₆ are the interface radii. R₀ is the inner-most radius such as that of a proton. The pressure here is pretty meaningless but setting R₀ to 0 will generate a zero pressure due to m₁ also being zero. It is also recommended that R₁ should be about 1m as the inner-most practical radius. R₆ must the outside radius of the planet.

ρ₀ to ρ₆ are the interface densities. ρ₀ is the inner-most density. If that is a proton, it should be set to that of proton (i.e. 7.12661E+16 kg/m³). ρ₆ must the average density of the planet's surface material.

m is the known mass of the astronomical body

J is the known polar moment of inertia of the astronomical body (e.g. kg.m² or lb.in²)

p₆ is the atmospheric pressure at the surface of the astronomical body

G is Isaac Newton's gravitational constant

Output Data

Fm is the mass factor that must equal 1.0 for the calculation to be correct

FJ is the polar moment inertia factor that must equal 1.0 for the calculation to be correct

p₀ to p₅ are the pressures at each internal interface (gravitational only)


The Cores calculator is applicable for any astronomical body


The accuracy of Core's output is commensurate with the data entered. The closer Fm and FJ are to 1.0 the more representative the calculation result.

Further Reading

You will find further reading on this subject in reference publications(55, 61, 62 & 64)

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