Where,

m = Mass,

a = Acceleration

Where,

W =Work

F = Force

D = Distance

W

m =Mass,

v

v

P = Power,

W = Work,

T = Time

P = Power,

F = Force,

D = Displacement,

T = Time.

P = Power,

F = Force,

V = Velocity

Where,

m = Mass,

v = Velocity.

Where,

m = Mass,

g = Acceleration of Gravity

h = Height

Gravitational Acceleration of the earth is 9.8 m/sec2.

r = Circular Radius,

v =Velocity

Where,

M = Magnification

h

h

r=mv

v=√(Fr/m)

m=Fr/v

Where,

F=Force

m= Mass

r= Circular Radius

v= Velocity

r = Circular Radius,

T =Time Period.

v = Velocity,

v

a = Acceleration,

t = Time.

v

v = Velocity.

Average Velocity from Equation for Constant Acceleration:

v

t = Time.

μ

N = Normal Force.

μ

N = Normal Force.

Where,

G = Universal Gravitational Constant = 6.6726 x 10

m

m

r = Distance Between the Objects.

G = Universal Gravitational Constant = 6.6726 x 10

r = Satellite Mean Orbital Radius

M =Planet Mass

where,

G = Universal Gravitational Constant = 6.6726 x 10

M = Planet Mass

r = Radius from Planet Center

G = Universal Gravitational Constant = 6.6726 x 10

M = Planet Mass

R = Planet Radius

F

k = Spring Force Constant,

x =Distance from Equilibrium,

x

U = Spring Potential Energy,

k = Spring Force Constant,

x = Spring Stretch Length.

F

m = Mass

a = Acceleration.

I = Impulse,

m = Mass,

Δv = Velocity Change.

I = Impulse,

F = Force,

ΔT = Time Change.

ΔM = Momentum Change,

m = Mass,

Δv = Velocity Change,

ΔM = Momentum Change,

F = Force,

ΔT = Time Change.

M = Moment,

F = Force,

l = Lever Arm Length.

Where,

T = Period

L = Length

g = Acceleration of Gravity

T = Period,

I = Center of Mass or Moment of Inertia,

M = Mass,

g = Acceleration of Gravity,

D = Distance from Center of Mass to Pivot.

T =Torque,

F =Force,

D =Distance or Length.

d = Density,

m = Mass,

v = Volume

E = Energy,

m = Mass,

c = Speed of Light in a Vacuum.

Where,

S = Stress

F = Force

A = Area

S = Strain,

L

L = Length

Where,

Y = Young's Modulus,

S = Stress,

St = Strain.

Minimum UPS Capability = sysvoltage × ( addition of all device amps value ) + 1.4 × ( addition of all device watts value )

Where,

sysvoltage = System (AC) Voltage

V

V

g = Acceleration of Gravity

t = Time.

Δy = Vertical Displacement at Time

V

g = Acceleration of Gravity

t = Time.

Δx = Horizontal Displacement at Time

V

t = Time.

R = Range

V

g = Acceleration of Gravity.

Wave Velocity:

Source Velocity:

Source Frequency:

Where,

P = Change in Pressure

d = Pipe Diameter

ρ = Fluid Density

W = Mass Flow Rate

SPL = Sound Pressure Level,

P = Sound Pressure,

P

IL = Sound Intensity Level,

I = Sound Intensity,

I

P

I = Sound Wave Intensity,

r = Radius or Distance from Point Source.

W = Wavelength,

F = Wave Frequency,

V = Wave Velocity.

v = g * t

Where,

h = Free Fall Distance

g = Gravitational Force

t = Free Fall Time

v = Free Fall Velocity

NPL = Noise Pollution Level,

L

L

L

BLT= Capacity of batery / Consumption of the device * 0.70

Where,

Where,

Where,

Ga - Apparent Solid Specific Gravity

Gt - True Specific Gravity

Where,

V = Maximum Allowable Vapor Velocity

K = Vapor Velocity Factor

PL = Liquid Density

PV = Vapor Density

Where

f - Focal length,

d

d

δf

Where,

δf

n - Number of filters per octave

f

Rotating Horsepower(HP) = T * (N / 5252) Watt

Where,

T - Torque

N - Speed

Moment of inertia = M * D

Where,

M = Angular Mass of the Hollow material

D = Distance between axis and rotation

Transverse strength of a Material = ( 8 * P * L) /( 3.14 * d

P - Breaking load

L - Average distance

D - Diameter

s - specific gravity of the material,

w - weight,

d - diameter.

Capacity (Cubic Inches) = Length x Width x Height

Capacity (Gallons) = capacity (cubic inches) / 231

t = 2pi sqrt( l I

pi = Constant(3.14)

t = Period [s]

l = Length of the spring[m]

I

k

Where,

S = Weight of Piece Soaked

W = Weight of Dry Piece

I = Weight of the Piece Soaked and Immersed

E = Apparent porosity

v = m/p

Where,

v = Kinematic Viscosity [m

m = Dynamic Viscosity [Nsm

= Density [kgm

c = sqrt [ γ * (p

γ = Ratio of specific heats

P

ρ = Density [kgm

C(Gallons) = C (Cubic Inches) / 231

Where,

C = Capacity

R

Where,

R

P

G = Maximum Power Gain of Antenna

A

S = Radar Cross Section Area

P

1/f = (n

Where,

Podmore Factor = ( ( Solubility * 100 ) / ( Specific Surface ) )

k=8Enbt

E = Youngs modulus [Nm

n = Number of leaves

b = Width of leaves [m]

t = Thickness of leaves [m]

L = Span [m]

f

c = Speed of sound in air [ms

d = Thickness of panel [m]

ρ = Density of panel [kgm

Y = Youngs modulus of panel [Nm

Where,

P = Load

D = Steel Ball Diameter

d = Depression Diameter

V

V

Ra, Rb = Resistances

I = ( F * N * Q * E

Where,

F = Faraday's Constant = 96487 coulombs/g-equivalent

N = Normality of the solution

Q = Flow rate

E

E

n = Number of cells

I = Current Passed through Ion exchange membrane

Amount of substance (n)=Mass (m)/Molar mass (M)

Where,

α = Angular Acceleration

T = Total torque exerted on the body

I = Mass moment of inertia of the body

MTFC (10% Efficiency Loss) = ((BC / CRC) * 11) / 10

MTFC (20% Efficiency Loss) = ((BC / CRC) * 12)/10

MTFC (30% Efficiency Loss) = ((BC / CRC) * 13)/10

MTFC (40% Efficiency Loss) = ((BC / CRC) * 14)/10

MTFC (No Efficiency Loss) = ((BC / CRC) * 10)/10

Where,

MTFC - Maximum Time To Full Charge

BC - Battery Capacity

CRC - Charge Rate Current

One / single phase = I x V / 1000

Where,

I = Amps

V = Volts

T(t) = Ts + (To - Ts)*e^(-k*t)

Where,

T = Core temperature

t = time

Ts = Surrounding constant temperature

To = Initial temperature of the object

T(t) = Temperature of the object at time

pounds = kilograms x 2.2 and Kilograms = pounds/2.2

V

((VO*CAL)/RATE)*CF= ADMVOL

VO = Ordered volume

CAL = IV calibration

RATE = IV Rate

CF = Conversion Factor = (UDO/USDA)

UDO = Units Dose Ordered

USDA = Units Standard Dose Available

ADMVOL = Volume to be Administered

Vn =sqrt( 4 * kB * T *If *R )

Lu in dBu has the reference voltage V0 = 0.7746

and LV in dBV has the reference voltage V0 = 1 V

Boltzmann constant k

Absolute temperature in kelvin T = 273.15

Bandwidth being considered .If = f2 - f1 = fmax - fmin in Hz; 20 kHz - 20 Hz = 19980 Hz

Resistance of the circuit element R.

R does not mean the universal gas constant!

Feed rate = chipload*n*speed

cs-cutting speed

D - diameter

n = number of flutes on the tool

Where,

p = Density of the Flowing Liquid or Gas(kg/m

v = Flow Speed(m/s)

a = Flow Area(m

V = I /(n*Q*A)

Where,

V = Drift velocity

I = Flow of current

n = Number of electrons

Q = Charge of electron

A = Cross section of area of wire

Substance in gsm = (Weight of reel in kgs * 100000)/(Length of paper on meter * reel width in cms)

Where,

K = Spring Rate

d = Wire Diameter

N = Number Of Active Coils

G = Modulus of Rigidity

C =Spring Index

Where,

D = Spring Axial Deflection

F = Axial Force

d = Wire Diameter

N = Number Of Active Coils

G = Modulus of Rigidity

C = Spring Index

C = D/d

Where,

C = Spring Index

D = Spring Diameter

d = Wire Diameter

d = [ (log ( R / (60 × N) ) / log ( (12 × W) / (1000 × D) ) ] × ( P

Where,

d = d-exponent value

R = Penetration Rate

N = Rotary Speed

W = Weight on Bit

D = Drill Bit Diameter

P

P

C = Shale Compactibility Coefficient

Where

G = 6.674 × 10

M = Mass

x = Distance

Decible Distance (dB) = 20 × log(d

Where,

d

d

V

V

Where,

V

f

V

f

V

Shifted Frequency (F

Doppler Frequency (F

Where,

F

v = Target Velocity

c = Speed of Light

Speed = Total RPM * Total Length

Total RPM (Revolutions per Minute) = RPM value * 60

Total Length = Circle * 0.00001578

Area of Circle = 2 * π * Radius

Radius = Diameter / 2

P=MV

Where,

P = Power

M = Mass

V = Velocity

Motorcycle Speedometer Calibration (SC) = T *A/24.5*2+R.

Where,

T = Width of the tire.

A = Ratio of height to its corresponding width.

R = Rim diameter.

Vehicle Angle =tan(distance/range)*180/Math.PI

x(t) = 1/2(at

Where

x(t) = Position at time t

a = 9.8 m/s

v

x

t = Time

V

Where,

n = Number of Voltages

V

h = (height of helix x 360) / angle

Length = √h2 + circumference2

Unit Rise = h / circumference

Handrail Radius = (4π

Where,

π = 3.1415926

h = Height required for Helix to complete one revolution

r = Radius

Where,

Q = Quality factor

Where,

λ = Peak Wavelength

b = 0.028977 mK (Wien's constant)

T = Temperature

1.FLA = ( (1 Ph.Ampere) x 1.25 )

3 Ph.Amps = (((( (746 x hp) / 1.732 ) / V ) / E.F ) / P.F )

3.FLA = ( (3 Ph.Ampere) x 1.25 )

Where,

V - Volts,

E.F - Efficiency,

P.F - Power factor,

FLA - Full Load Amps.

Rate1 / Rate2 =âMass2 / Mass1

n

Where,

n

n

sinθ

sinθ

Speed Error =(100-Ms)/100*100

Ms=(100*T1)/(T1-Terr)

Or,

Ms=(D1-Derr)/(D1/Derr)

Where ,

Ms=Measured Traffic Speed

T1=Actual Time

Terr=Time Error

D1=Actual Distance

Derr=Distance Error

μ

Where,

R = Ideal gas constant => 8.3145 (kg m

T = Absolute temperature in Kelvin

M = Molecular weight of the gas in kilograms

v

Where,

v = Final Velocity

u = Initial Velocity

a = Acceleration

s = Distance

g' = ( r

Where,

g - Earth Surface

r

r - Outside Radius of Earth

g' - Acceleration due to gravity

k = R / N

Where,

k = Boltzmann constant

R = Gas constant

N

Where,

λ = Wave length

h = Plank's Constant (6.62607 x 10

m = Mass

v = Frequency

Average Translational KE

Where,

k

E

Where,

E

v = Light Frequency,

h = Planck's constant = 6.63 × 10

ν = c/λ

Where,

ν = Frequency of Light,

c = Speed of Light = 29979245800,

λ = Wave Length

F

Where,

F

F

F

ω = θ/t radians/sec

LV = x/t km/hr

Where,

ω=Angular velocity.

LV=Linear velocity.

θ=Angle the object traversed

x=Distance covered

t=Time taken

Energy of Photon (E) =hc/λ or E =hv

Where,

h=planck's constant (6.6260695729x10

c=velocity of light ( 2.99792458x10

λ=Wavelength

v=Frequency

Where,

(x1,y1) -> Co-ordinates of point P

(x2,y2) -> Co-ordinates of point Q

|r| = Displacement vector

Where,

v

v

t

t

Where,

d = displacement

v

v

t = time

Where,

d = displacement,

v = velocity,

t = time,

a = acceleration

Where,

v

v

a = acceleration

t = time

Where,

v

v

a = acceleration

d = displacement

f = (R

Where,

f = Focal Length

R

R

n = Index of Refraction

Length of Vector = √X

I = 1/2×(m×r

Where,

I = Moment of Inertia

m = Mass

r = Length of Rod

W = F cos(θ) d

Where,

W = Work

F = Force

d = Distance

θ = Angle

Where,

d = Light distance from earth to moon (approximately 384403 km)

s = Travelling speed of laser pulse

Where,

M

P = Breaking Load

L = Average Distance

π = 3.1415

d = Diameter

m

Where

m

v

v

v

Where

m

v

V' = a x T

a = v / t

Tangential acceleration = A x R

A = W / t

W = V'/ R

Where,

v = Final Velocity,

a = Final Acceleration

R = Radius

t = Final Velocity Time

W = Angular Frequency

A = Angular Acceleration

T = Acceleration at Time

s = Distance travelled

v

v

a = Acceleration

Where,

Gravity = 9.8 m/s

Where,

N = Normal Force of an Object on an Inclined Plane

m = Mass,

g = Gravitational Force,

x = Angle of Incline,

Where,

N = Normal Force of an Object with External Downward Force

m = Mass,

g = Gravitational Force,

x = Angle of Incline,

F = Force,

Where,

N = Normal Force

μ = Friction Coefficient,

f = Kinetic Friction

Where,

n = Index of refraction

c =Velocity of light in vacuum

ν = Velocity of light in the medium

Where,

σ

p

p

r

r

r = Radius to point in tube

Where,

π = 3.14

T

τ

D = Solid Shaft Outside Diameter

Where,

D = Diameter of Solid Shaft

T

τ

Where,

τ = Shear Stress in Shaft

T = Twisting Moment

r = Distance from Center to Stressed Surface in the Given Position

J = Polar Moment of Inertia of an Area

Where,

f

M = Mass of Spring

K = Spring Constant

Where,

T

τ

D = Shaft Outside Diameter

d = Shaft Inside Diameter

KE = (γ - 1) * (m * c

TE = RE - KE

Where,

RE = Rest Energy

TE = Total Energy

KE = Kinetic Energy

m = Mass

c = Speed

γ = Gamma Factor

Where,

W(f) = Work Done by Frictional Force

F(f) = Frictional Force

d = Distance Moved

Where,

V

r = Radius (m)

ω = Angular Velocity ( 20 * π )

Actual Battery Capacity = (C x I) / I

Peukert's Formula, T = C / I

Where,

C = Rated Battery Capacity

I = Rate of Discharge

n = Peukert's Number

T = Full Discharge Time

Where,

a = Radius

v = Velocity

n = Shear Viscosity

F = Drag Force a Sphere

Where,

F

F

V = sin(θ) * f

Where,

H = Horizontal Component

V = Vertical Component

θ = Angle

f = Force

1 / f = 1 / d

f = 1/ ((1/d

d

d

Where,

f = Focal Length

d

d

e = (rh)/100)*6.105*e

Where,

AT = Apparent Temperature

T

e = Water Vapour Pressure

ws = Wind Speed at an Elevation of 10 meters

Q = Net Radiation Absorbed per unit area of Body Surface

rh = Relative Humidity

Where,

σ

p

p

r

r

A = h / 3

Where,

A = Distance from Center of Gravity to Triangle Base

h = Height

Where,

d = Center of Gravity of Circle

h = Slant Height

a = Length of Side A

b = Length of Side B

c = Length of Side C

μ = F / N

N = F / μ

Where,

F = Frictional Force

μ = Friction Coefficient

N = Normal Force

Where,

i = Intensity

r = Distance

Where,

μ = Coefficient of Friction

F

F

Where,

x

m

x

Where,

θ = Torsional (Angular) Deflection of Shaft

L = length of shaft or cylinder

T = Twisting Moment

J = Polar Moment of Inertia of an Area

G = Modulus of Rigidity

Where,

a = Radius

v = Velocity

n = Shear viscosity

F = Drag Force on a Disk Broadside to Flow

ρ

Where,

ρ

ρ

m = Wood Mass

V

V

M = H × 1.1508

N = H × 1.852

Where,

H = Hull Speed in Knots

M = Hull Speed in Miles/Hr

N = Hull Speed in Kilometers/Hr

L = Boat's Waterline Length

HV = 1.854 * (f / d

Where,

HV = Vickers Hardness

f = Load

d = Arithmetic Mean

Where,

w = Moisture Content

M

M

Where,

V = Muzzle Velocity

e = Airgun Energy

w = Pellet Weight

Where,

i = Intensity 1

x = Distance 1

y = Distance 2

z = Intensity 2

Where,

F

F

d

d

Volume = Depth * Width * Length

Amount = Depth * Width * Length * Density

Volume = (Depth * 2.54 * Width * 2.54 * Length * 30.48 / 10000) / 100

Amount = Volume * Density

A = ( h * 746 ) / ( v * e ) ( For, Direct Current )

A = ( h * 746 ) / ( v * e * p ) ( For, Single Phase AC )

A = ( h * 746 ) / ( v * e * p * 2 ) ( For, Two Phase AC )

A = ( h * 746 ) / ( v * e * p * 1.73 ) ( For, Three Phase AC )

A = ( kw * 1000 ) / ( v ) ( For, Direct Current )

A = ( kw * 1000 ) / ( v * p ) ( For, Single Phase AC )

A = ( kw * 1000 ) / ( v * p * 2 ) ( For, Two Phase AC )

A = ( kw * 1000 ) / ( v * p * 1.73 ) ( For, Three Phase AC )

A = ( kva * 1000 ) / ( v ) ( For, Single Phase AC )

A = ( kva * 1000 ) / ( v * 2 ) ( For, Two Phase AC )

A = ( kva * 1000 ) / ( v * 1.73 ) ( For, Three Phase AC )

Where,

A = Ampere

kva = Kilovolt-Amp

v = Voltage

p = Power Factor

e = Efficiency

h = Horsepower

kw = Kilowatts

Where,

R = Satellite Mean Orbital Radius

T = Satellite Orbit Period

M = Planet Mass

G = Universal Gravitational Constant = 6.6726 x 10

Where,

C = 3*10

R

Density of sand = Mass of sand / Volume of calibrating container

Where,

Gravitational Acceleration = 9.8 m/s

R = tan

Where,

F

F

A = Direction Angle of First force

B = Direction Angle of Second Force

R = Direction Angle of Resultant Force

Where,

θ

n

n

Where,

S = Allowable Stress

T = Wall Thickness

D = Outside Diameter

Where,

NPSH

P

P

P

ρ = Density

v = Aω cos (ωt)

a= - d ω

Where,

ω = Angular Frequency

f = Frequency

v = Velocity

A = Ampltude

t = Time

d = Displacement

a = Acceleration

X

Where,

F = Frequency

P = Acceleration

Q = Quality Factor

Where,

e = Energy of Photon

h = Planck's Constant(6.63 × 10

v = Light Frequency

Where,

T = Period

L = Length

g = Acceleration of Gravity

Where,

C = Speed Of Light(3×10

W = Wavelength

Where,

C = Speed Of Light(3 × 10

F = Frequency

Where,

e = Energy

c = Speed Of Light(300000000 m/s)

w = Wavelength

Where,

F = Emitted Frequency

V = Velocity Towards You

C = Speed of Light from Source

Where,

L = Observed Blue-Shift Wavelength

E = Emitted Wavelength

C = Speed of Light from Source

V = Velocity Towards You

Where,

V = Blue-Shift Velocity

C = Speed of Light from Source

E = Emitted Wavelength

B = Blue-Shift Wavelength

Where,

F = Emitted Frequency

V = Velocity Away from You

C = Speed of Light from Source

Where,

V = Red-Shift Velocity

C = Speed of Light from Source

E = Emitted Wavelength

R = Red-Shift Wavelength

Where,

L = Observed Red-Shift Wavelength

E = Emitted Wavelength

C = Speed of Light From Source

V = Velocity Away from You

Time = Distance / Velocity

Distance = Velocity * Time

Where,

V

V

M

M

Where,

s = Speed

g = Gravitational constant

t = Time

Where,

P = Pressure

V = Volume

n = Moles of gas

t = Temperature

R = Gas Constant (8.314 J K

Where,

t = Time

d = Distance

s = Speed

Where,

k = Spring Constant

F = Force

X = Distance from Equilibrium

X

Angular Momentum = Moment of Inertia x Angular Speed

Power = (Force × Distance) / Time

Work = Force × Distance

f = t × p / d

d = t × p / f

p = f × d / t

Where,

f = Force

d = Distance

p = Power

t = Time

Where,

V = Downward Velocity

G = Gravitational Acceleration

T = Time of Downward Fall

Where,

R = Universal Gas Constant

C

C

I

I

I

I

I

Where,

I

w = Width

h = Height

r = Radius

Where,

m = Mass of System

z = Height Relative Reference Frame

c = Velocity of System

U = Internal Energy

TE = Total Energy

g = Gravity (9.8 m/s)

Where,

v = The Final Velocity

u = The Initial Velocity

s = Distance

Where,

Q= Heat Capacity

n = Number of Moles

C

ΔT= Temperature Change

n = a + g

if object is not at rest

n = Sum of All Force Values of the Object

Where,

n = Net Force

a = Applied Force

g = Gravitational Force

Where,

P

ω = Angular Velocity

Where,

a = Total Acceleration of Disc

t = Net Tangential Acceleration

r = Radius of Disc(m)

Where,

s = Spring Stiffness

n = Number of Coils

g = Shear modulus

d = Diameter of spring (metre)

m = Mean coil diameter (metre)

f = Spring Force

Where,

σ

σ

τ

Where,

σ

τ

Where,

S = Weight of Dry Piece Soaked in Fluid

W = Weight of Dry Piece in Fluid

Where,

G

W = Weight of Dry Piece in Fluid

D = Density of Fluid

I = Weight of Dry Piece Soaked & Immersed in Fluid

Where,

G

W = Weight of Dry Piece in Fluid

D = Density of Fluid

S = Weight of Dry Piece Soaked in Fluid

I = Weight of Dry Piece Soaked & Immersed in Fluid

Where,

G

W

W

W

W

Where,

ρ = Particle Density

d = Grain Diameter

λ = Linear Concentration

γ = Shear Rate

μ = Dynamic Viscosity of the Interstitial Fluid

Where,

K = Bulk Modulus

μ = Shear modulus

λ = Lame's First Parameter

Where,

T = Time of Flight (s)

v

g = Acceleration Due to Gravity (9.80 m/s2)

θ = Angle of the Initial Velocity from the Horizontal Plane (radians or degrees)

Where,

V

θ (sin θ) = Component Along y-axis

g = Acceleration of Gravity

Where,

ΔM = Momentum Change

F = Force

ΔT = Time Change

Inner Diameter = Diameter Ratio × Outside Diameter

Outside Diameter = Inner Diameter / Diameter Ratio

s = (0.79 × d × d - 2 × d - 4) × (h / 16)

i = (0.796 × d × d - 1.375 × d - 1.23) × (h / 16)

Where,

l = Doyle Scale

s = Scribner Scale

i = International Scale

d = Log diameter (inches)

h = Log length(feet)

Speed in downstream (km/hr) = a - b

Where,

a = Speed of a boat in still water (km/hr)

b = Speed of the stream (km/hr)

Where,

a = Speed of stream (km/hr)

n = Number of times to row upstream to row downstream the river

Where,

a = Speed in still water (km/hr)

b = Speed of stream (km/hr)

t = Time taken to reach place A than place B (hours)

Where,

a = Speed in still water (km/hr)

b = Speed of stream (km/hr)

t = Time taken in upstream than downstream (hours)

Where,

a = Time taken to cover distance at downstream (hours)

b = Time taken to cover distance at upstream (hours)

c = Speed of stream (km/hr)

Speed in Downstream (km/hr) = a + b

Speed in Upstream (km/hr) = a - b

Where,

a = Speed in Still Water (km/hr)

b = Speed of Stream (km/hr)

Rate of stream (km/hr)= (1 / 2) (a - b)

Where,

a = Downstream (km/hr)

b = Upstream speed (km/hr)

Where,

P = Momentum

m = Mass of the Particle

K = Kinetic Energy

Where,

G = Velocity Gradient

u = Dynamic Viscosity

V = Flocculation Tank Volume

P = Power