# Fluid Mechanics

• Adiabatic Bulk Modulus - Calculate the Adiabatic Bulk Modulus of a fluid using its pressure and the heat capacity ratio (gamma). Useful in thermodynamics applications.
• Cavitation Number - The Cavitation Number is a dimensionless number used to characterize the potential of cavitation in a liquid, important in hydraulic equipment design.
• Continuity Equation for Incompressible Fluid Flow - The continuity equation for incompressible fluid flow relates fluid velocity and cross-sectional area to maintain mass flow rate. Calculate velocities using this principle.
• Darcy's Law for Fluid Flow in Porous Media - Darcy's Law for fluid flow in porous media calculates the flow rate of a fluid through a porous medium, based on hydraulic conductivity, hydraulic gradient, and cross-sectional area.
• Euler Number in Fluid Mechanics - The Euler Number (Re) in fluid mechanics is a dimensionless quantity that represents the ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces within a fluid flow.
• Euler Number in Fluid Mechanics - The Euler number, denoted as Eu, is a dimensionless number used in fluid mechanics to characterize the flow regime. This calculator helps find the Euler number for a given fluid flow.
• Flow Rate of Fluid - Discover the flow rate of a fluid with a simple formula based on the volume of fluid and time it takes to flow. Ideal for engineering and hydraulics.
• Hydraulic Jump Energy Dissipation - Calculate the energy dissipation in a hydraulic jump based on the Froude number of the flow.
• Hydrostatic Pressure - This calculator helps determine hydrostatic pressure given fluid density, acceleration due to gravity, and height.
• Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability Criteria - The Kelvin-Helmholtz instability criteria is calculated by dividing the product of the density difference and the shear velocity by the wavelength of the perturbation.
• Kutta-Joukowski Lift Theorem - The Kutta-Joukowski lift theorem states that the lift per unit span experienced by an airfoil is directly proportional to the product of the density of the air, the free-stream velocity, and the circulation around the airfoil.
• Mach Number Calculation - This formula calculates the Mach number by dividing the velocity of an object by the local speed of sound.
• Navier-Stokes Equation (Incompressible Flow) - The Navier-Stokes equations describe the motion of viscous fluid substances, crucial for understanding fluid mechanics and dynamics in engineering and science.
• Péclet Number - The Péclet number is a dimensionless number representing the ratio of advection to diffusion in fluid flow, which is helpful for understanding heat or mass transfer phenomena.
• Péclet Number Calculation - Calculate the Péclet number, a dimensionless number indicating the relative importance of advection to diffusion in fluid flows. It uses fluid velocity, characteristic length, and diffusivity.
• Schmidt Number Calculation - The Schmidt number is a dimensionless quantity expressing the ratio of fluid's viscosity to its diffusivity. Calculate it here for various substances.