# How to calculate Strickler’s coefficient?

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### How to calculate Strickler’s coefficient?

Note: The **Strickler’s coefficient** Ks = 1 / n is the inverse of **coefficient** of Manning n which is widely used in the United States….

- is the average velocity of the cross section (in m/s)
- is the
**Strickler’s coefficient**(m1/3/s) - is the hydraulic radius (m)
- is the hydraulic slope (m/m)

### How to calculate the perimeter of a base of a cylinder?

the **perimeter** from the base of a **cylinder** of revolution is the **perimeter** of the circle of radius r. P = 2 × × r. **Calculate perimeter** from the base of a cylindrical pencil holder with a radius of 9.5 cm.

### How to calculate the roughness coefficient in English?

The English and Spanish interfaces allow these same roughness coefficients to be entered in terms of Manning, which is the inverse of the Strickler: n = 1 KS . To access the coefficient entry interface:

### What is Manning’s formula?

Manning’s formula is an empirical formula for estimating the average speed of a liquid flowing on a free surface, that is to say in a conduit where the fluid does not completely fill the section or in an open channel.

### How rough is a natural stream?

In natural watercourses, roughness values vary considerably spatially. For the same section of channel, the roughness of the flow varies additionally with the water height.

### How rough is the flow of a river?

For the same section of channel, the roughness of the flow varies additionally with the water height. Indeed, the banks most of the time have different hydraulic characteristics from the river bed.