# Ansys Pressure Vessel Pdf Converter

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Contents

- User Guide
- Formulas

- Help

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## User Guide

This calculator and conversion scale will convert the height or depth of a fluid in any units to a measurement of hydrostatic head pressure, and display a list of conversion values above and below the entered liquid level.

### Formulas

The calculation formulas used for this tool are:

#### Symbols

- P = Pressure
- L = Liquid height
- g = local gravity (e.g. standard = 9.80665ms
^{-2}) - ρ = Density of liquid
- ρ
_{0}= Density of fresh water (1000 kgm^{-3 }@4°C) - SG = Specific gravity of liquid (e.g. fresh water = 1)

### Height of Liquid Column

Enter the measured liquid depth to, or the height of fluid from a point at which the hydrostatic pressure is to be calculated.

### Specific Gravity (SG)

Enter here the ratio of liquid density compared to the density of fresh water (1000 kg/m^{3}). The default value is set to an SG of 1.00, which corresponds to fresh water at 4 degrees Celsius.

### Local Gravity (g)

Enter the acceleration due to gravity for your geographical location in metres per second per second (ms^{-2}). The local gravity is dependent on several factors such as latitude, height above sea-level, local geological density, etc… Refer to your national geological survey data for your location or use this local gravity calculator to determine a close approximation. The default value is set to 9.80665 ms^{-2} which is standard gravity.

### Hydrostatic Pressure

This is the calculated head pressure expected from the entered values for liquid level, specific gravity and local gravity. The calculation determines the difference in pressure between the bottom of the liquid column and the surface of the liquid, therefore it excludes any pressure contribution from air or a gas on the surface.

## Applications

- Head pressure
- Water resistance testing
- Hydrohead

## Help

### Pressure generated by 40 foot high tank of Diesel

*How would I determine the pressure range required to measure a 40′ deep diesel storage tank?*

To determine the pressure generated by a 40 feet of Diesel, you will need to know the specific gravity (S.G.). The S.G. of Diesel varies depending on temperature and diesel type, but 0.95 is the maximum often indicated by many resources. Using this calculator a 40 foot column of Diesel would convert to 16.474 psi.

This conversion scale shows the conversion values over the 0 to 40 feet range:

### Pressure on bottom of circular tank

*What is the formula to calculate liquid pressure on bottom of a circular tank?*

The pressure is directly related to the height of fluid and is independent of tank shape, so you would use the formula above.

### Tank area & diameter dimensions

*In the conversion of liquid level to pressure, why is there no consideration for the area or diameter of the tank?*

Liquid level is directly proportional to hydrostatic pressure, so there are no other dimensions that need to be considered when converting liquid level to pressure. Area or diameter do not affect liquid level, but they do affect the liquid contents & volume measurement such as in a horizontal cylinder tank.

What are the key differences between Gauge pressure and absolute pressure?

Are there any other forms of pressure?

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## 6 Answers

$begingroup$just wiki it. Anyways I will give you a oneliner from wiki itself-

**Absolute pressure**is zero-referenced against a perfect vacuum, so it is equal to gauge pressure plus atmospheric pressure.**Gauge pressure**is zero-referenced against ambient air pressure, so it is equal to absolute pressure minus atmospheric pressure. Negative signs are usually omitted.**Differential pressure**is the difference in pressure between two points.

It's just a matter of defining your 'zero point'.

In a real, actual gauge, pressure is measured *relative* to the atmospheric pressure. If there was 1 atmosphere of pressure inside a container (so it's the same pressure inside the container as it is outside it), the gauge will not read 1 atm, but rather 0 atm, as the pressure inside the container would just be the same as the pressure outside. *Relative to the outside world* there would be no pressure in the container. This is gauge pressure.

Absolute pressure is technically what we think of when we say pressure - the force that the gas is applying per unit area of the container.

If the gas is applying 101,300 Newtons per square meter, then the absolute pressure would be 101.3 kPa. On the other hand, the gauge pressure would be 0 kPa, as 101.3 kPa also happens to be the pressure of the atmosphere outside the container.

## Ansys Examples Pdf

Assuming you are in air at sea level and you have an open container the pressure inside and outside will be the same - so a pressure gauge will read zero. That's gauge pressure PSIG

But there is 1 atmosphere of pressure inside the container - so 1atm of absolute pressure.

Now pump the air out of the container to give a vacuum, you have zero absolute pressure and -1 atmosphere of gauge pressure. Although negative gauge pressures are rarely used as they are confusing

Martin BeckettMartin Beckettabsolute pressure= pressure thats actually inside the vessel on which a gauge is fitted.

gauge pressure= pressure shown by gauge which will be <<1 atm>> lesser than actual pressure as atmosphere exerts 1 atm pressure on the gauge.

vacuum pressure= pressure less than atmospheric pressure.

Pressure above atmospheric pressure is gauge pressure. If atmospheric pressure is 1 then gauge pressure will be 0. Vacuum pressure is pressure less than 1 atm. `absolute pressure=gauge pressure+atmospheric pressure`

while `pressure absolute=atmospheric-vacuum pressure`

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the pressure which is measured above atmospheric pressure is called gauge pressure.the pressure which is measured above vaccum is called-absolute pressure.