The Surface Tension Force Calculator will calculate:
|The force of surface tension a liquid exerts on its surface when it is in contact with air inside a cylindrical-shaped container is N|
|The force of surface tension a liquid exerts on its surface when it is in contact with air inside a rectangular-shaped container is N|
|Surface tension force on the surface of a cylindrical container calculation|
|F = γ × 2 × π × r|
F = × 2 × ×
|Surface tension force on the surface of a rectangular container|
|F = γ × 2 × (A × B)|
F = × 2 × ( × )
F = × 2 ×
|Surface Tension Force Calculator Input Values|
|Surface tension (γ) N/m|
|Base radius of the container (r) m|
|Longest side of rectangular container base (A) m|
|Shortest side of rectangular container base (B) m|
Please note that the formula for each calculation along with detailed calculations are available below. As you enter the specific factors of each surface tension force calculation, the Surface Tension Force Calculator will automatically calculate the results and update the Physics formula elements with each element of the surface tension force calculation. You can then email or print this surface tension force calculation as required for later use.
We hope you found the Surface Tension Force Calculator useful with your Physics revision, if you did, we kindly request that you rate this Physics calculator and, if you have time, share to your favourite social network. This allows us to allocate future resource and keep these Physics calculators and educational material free for all to use across the globe. We believe everyone should have free access to Physics educational material, by sharing you help us reach all Physics students and those interested in Physics across the globe.
This calculator works only if a liquid is in contact with air and it considers only cylindrical and rectangular containers.
The following Physics tutorials are provided within the Density and Pressure section of our Free Physics Tutorials. Each Density and Pressure tutorial includes detailed Density and Pressure formula and example of how to calculate and resolve specific Density and Pressure questions and problems. At the end of each Density and Pressure tutorial you will find Density and Pressure revision questions with a hidden answer that reveals when clicked. This allows you to learn about Density and Pressure and test your knowledge of Physics by answering the test questions on Density and Pressure.
You may also find the following Physics calculators useful.