# Dynamic Pressure Calculator

The dynamic pressure calculator calculates the dynamic pressure that a fluid particle(s) gives off.

Dynamic pressure is the kinetic energy per unit volume of a fluid particle.

It differs from static pressure in that it pressure given off by a moving charge; hence, you see that velocity is shown in the above equation to calculate it.

The dynamic pressure is based off of 2 parameters: the fluid density, ρ, and the velocity, v, of the moving fluid particle(s).

The fluid density is the density of the fluid. Fluid density has a direct
relationship to dynamic pressure. The greater the density, the greater the pressure which
the fluid yields. Conversely, the lower the density, the lower the pressure that the fluid
particle gives off. Fluid density is in unit kg/m^{3}.

Velocity is the velocity that the fluid particles are travelling. Velocity, just like density, has a direct relationship with dynamic pressure. The greater the velocity of the particle, the greater the pressure it gives off. The lower the velocity, the lower the pressure it gives off. Velocity is in unit m/s.

To use this calculator, a user just enters the fluid density, ρ, and the
velocity, v, and clicks the 'Calculate' button. The resultant dynamic pressure will then
be computed and displayed.

### Example

What is the dynamic pressure of fluid particles with a density of 1000kg/m^{3} travelling at 30m/s?

**p= ρV ^{2}/2= (1000kg/m^{3} * (30m/s)^{2})/2= 450,000 N/m^{2}**