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# Stokes Law Calculator

Stokes Law Calculator is useful in calculating various parameters of fluid in viscometer.

#### Output

Acceleration of Gravity
0

#### Formula

• g = Acceleration of Gravity
• d = Particle Diameter
• Pm = Density of Medium
• Pp = Particle Density
• μ = Viscosity of Medium
• Vt = Fall or Settling Velocity

#### Defination / Uses

Stoke's law states that at low velocities the frictional force on a spherical body moving through a fluid at constant velocity is equal to 6 π times the product of the velocity, the fluid viscosity, and the radius of the sphere.

In short, a sphere moving through a viscous fluid is directly proportional to the velocity of the sphere as well as the radius of the sphere, and the viscosity of the fluid. Stoke's Law is defined as the basis of the falling - sphere viscometer. In the viscometer the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube

#### Output

Particle Diameter
0

#### Formula

• d = Particle Diameter
• Pm = Density of Medium
• Pp = Particle Density
• μ = Viscosity of Medium
• Vt = Fall or Settling Velocity
• g = Acceleration of Gravity

#### Defination / Uses

Stoke's law states that at low velocities the frictional force on a spherical body moving through a fluid at constant velocity is equal to 6 π times the product of the velocity, the fluid viscosity, and the radius of the sphere.

In short, a sphere moving through a viscous fluid is directly proportional to the velocity of the sphere as well as the radius of the sphere, and the viscosity of the fluid. Stoke's Law is defined as the basis of the falling - sphere viscometer. In the viscometer the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube

#### Output

Density of Medium
0

#### Formula

• Pm = Density of Medium
• Pp = Particle Density
• μ = Viscosity of Medium
• Vt = Fall or Settling Velocity
• g = Acceleration of Gravity
• d = Particle Diameter

#### Defination / Uses

Stoke's law states that at low velocities the frictional force on a spherical body moving through a fluid at constant velocity is equal to 6 π times the product of the velocity, the fluid viscosity, and the radius of the sphere.

In short, a sphere moving through a viscous fluid is directly proportional to the velocity of the sphere as well as the radius of the sphere, and the viscosity of the fluid. Stoke's Law is defined as the basis of the falling - sphere viscometer. In the viscometer the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube

Particle Density
0

#### Formula

• Pp = Particle Density
• μ = Viscosity of Medium
• Vt = Fall or Settling Velocity
• g = Acceleration of Gravity
• d = Particle Diameter
• Pm = Density of Medium

#### Defination / Uses

Stoke's law states that at low velocities the frictional force on a spherical body moving through a fluid at constant velocity is equal to 6 π times the product of the velocity, the fluid viscosity, and the radius of the sphere.

In short, a sphere moving through a viscous fluid is directly proportional to the velocity of the sphere as well as the radius of the sphere, and the viscosity of the fluid. Stoke's Law is defined as the basis of the falling - sphere viscometer. In the viscometer the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube

#### Output

Viscosity of Medium
0

#### Formula

• μ = Viscosity of Medium
• Vt = Fall or Settling Velocity
• g = Acceleration of Gravity
• d = Particle Diameter
• Pm = Density of Medium
• Pp = Particle Density

#### Defination / Uses

Stoke's law states that at low velocities the frictional force on a spherical body moving through a fluid at constant velocity is equal to 6 π times the product of the velocity, the fluid viscosity, and the radius of the sphere.

In short, a sphere moving through a viscous fluid is directly proportional to the velocity of the sphere as well as the radius of the sphere, and the viscosity of the fluid. Stoke's Law is defined as the basis of the falling - sphere viscometer. In the viscometer the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube

#### Output

Settling Velocity
0

#### Formula

• Vt = Fall or Settling Velocity
• g = Acceleration of Gravity
• d = Particle Diameter
• Pm = Density of Medium
• Pp = Particle Density
• μ = Viscosity of Medium

#### Defination / Uses

Stoke's law states that at low velocities the frictional force on a spherical body moving through a fluid at constant velocity is equal to 6 π times the product of the velocity, the fluid viscosity, and the radius of the sphere.

In short, a sphere moving through a viscous fluid is directly proportional to the velocity of the sphere as well as the radius of the sphere, and the viscosity of the fluid. Stoke's Law is defined as the basis of the falling - sphere viscometer. In the viscometer the fluid is stationary in a vertical glass tube

### How to use Stoke's law calcultor?

There are only two basic steps.

• First select the option from dropdown. What you need to calculate.
• Then add values other than requirement in their corresponding fields.

Thats it! You will get your answer in less than a single second.

The Stokes Law Calculator is an online tool that calculates the terminal velocity in a fraction of a second after entering the inputs viscosity, fluid density, and particle density and diameter. Using the helpful calculator, make your calculations simple and acquire the object's final velocity quickly. No sign-up, registration OR captcha is required to use this tool.