# Adiabatic Bulk Modulus

**Formula:**`B = pressure × gamma`

## Introduction to Adiabatic Bulk Modulus Calculator

The Adiabatic Bulk Modulus is a measure of a fluid's resistance to compression under adiabatic conditions. It is defined as the product of the fluid's pressure and its heat capacity ratio (gamma). In this formula, ** B** represents the Adiabatic Bulk Modulus,

**is the absolute pressure of the fluid, and**

*pressure***is the heat capacity ratio (Cp/Cv), which is greater than one. The result is expressed in the same units as the pressure.**

*gamma*## Parameter usage:

`pressure`

= absolute pressure of the fluid`gamma`

= heat capacity ratio

## Example valid values:

`pressure`

= 101325 (1 atm in Pa)`gamma`

= 1.4 (approximate value for air)

## Output:

`bulk_modulus`

= adiabatic bulk modulus of the fluid

## Data validation

Pressure must be greater than zero and Gamma must be greater than one to ensure the validity of calculations.

## Summary

This calculator provides a quick method to estimate the adiabatic bulk modulus for a given set of conditions. It is particularly useful in the fields of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics.

Tags: Thermodynamics, Adiabatic, Bulk Modulus, Fluid Mechanics