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The Solid Pressure Calculator will calculate:
|The solid pressure exerted by the weight of an object on the surface it rests is Pa|
|The solid pressure exerted on a surface if a force acts on it is Pa|
|Solid pressure exerted on the resting surface by the weight of an object only calculation|
|P1 = m × g × cosθ/A1|
P1 = × × cos()/
P1 = × × /
P1 = /
|Solid pressure exerted by a force on a surface calculation|
|P2 = F × cos(α)/A2|
P2 = × cos()/
P2 = × /
P2 = /
|Solid Pressure Calculator Input Values|
|Mass of the heaviest object (M) kg|
|Area of the object's lower base (A1) m2|
|Angle formed by gravitational force and the surface (θ) °|
|Force exerted to the given surface (F) N|
|Angle formed by the force vector and the surface (α) °|
|Gravitational field strength (g) m/s|
|Area on which the force is exerted (A2) m2|
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