## About Bulk Modulus Calculator (Formula)

The Bulk Modulus Calculator is a tool used to calculate the bulk modulus of a material based on its initial and final volume and pressure values. The bulk modulus is a measure of a material’s resistance to compression under external pressure.

**The formula used in the calculator is:**

B = -V1 * (P2 – P1) / (V2 – V1)

Where:

- B represents the bulk modulus of the material.
- V1 is the initial volume of the material.
- V2 is the final volume of the material.
- P1 is the initial pressure applied to the material.
- P2 is the final pressure applied to the material.

By inputting the initial and final volume and pressure values into the Bulk Modulus Calculator, the calculator computes the bulk modulus of the material. The bulk modulus describes the material’s ability to withstand changes in volume under pressure. A higher bulk modulus indicates a greater resistance to compression, while a lower bulk modulus suggests higher compressibility.

The bulk modulus is an essential property in materials science and engineering as it helps characterize the behavior of materials under various pressure conditions. It is particularly relevant in fields such as mechanical engineering, materials testing, and geophysics, where understanding the response of materials to external pressures is critical.