Volume Differential

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

Volume differential, abbreviated as \(\Delta V\), is the difference between an expanded or reduced volume of a liquid.

 

Volume differential formula

\(\large{  \Delta V = V_f -  V_i   }\) 

Where:

 Units English Metric
\(\large{ \Delta V }\) = volume differential \(\large{ in^3 }\) \(\large{ mm^2 }\)
\(\large{ V_f }\) = final volume \(\large{ in^3 }\) \(\large{ mm^2 }\)
\(\large{ V_i }\) = initial volume \(\large{ in^3 }\) \(\large{ mm^2 }\)

 

Related Volume Differential formula

\(\large{ \Delta V =   \frac {p \; V_i}{ K}     }\) (Bulk Modulus)

Where:

\(\large{ \Delta V }\) = volume differential

\(\large{ K }\) = bulk modulus

\(\large{ V_i }\) = initial volume

\(\large{ p  }\) = pressure

 

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