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Continuity Equation

Continuity Equation states that in a steady flow process (flow where the flow rate do not change over time) through a control volume (the stored mass in the control volume do not change ) the inflow is equal to outflow.

Continuity equation is based on the the Law of Conservation of Mass , which says that mass can neither be created nor destroyed.

ρAV=constant,

where ρ=mass density,

A= area of cross section,

V=velocity of flow.

Continuity equation is commonly used for pipes, tubes and ducts with flowing fluids or gases, rivers, overall processes as power plants, transportation etc.,

Bending Moment & Shear Force Calculation for Overhanging beam with different loads

Fixed end moment, bending moment & reaction calculation for fixed beam

For different sections including I-section and T-section.

Easy to use calculator for different loads on beams

Calculate Bending moments for simply supported beams

CE QUIZNew

A collection of quiz in different areas of civil engineering

Calculate the strength of reinforced concrete beams

Hoover dam

A collection of illustrated solved examples for civil engineers.

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