To improve the efficiency in nonlinear dynamic calculation of finite-length tilting-pad journal bearings (TPJBs) under dynamic loads, an analytical method for hydrodynamic bearing forces, which considers the turbulence effect, is proposed using the method of separation of variables under the dynamic Gümbel boundary condition. No thermal effects are considered because this method is designed for the low viscosity case. The infinitely long bearing pressure is introduced as the circumferential pressure, and a general solution of the nonhomogeneous Reynolds equation is derived as the axial pressure. The turbulence model of Ng and Pan is characterized by a linear function of film thicknesses. A complete analytical expression of hydrodynamic bearing forces is derived. The analytical simulation shows slight differences and extremely low time expense in lubricating and dynamic performance compared to published data and finite difference method (FDM) simulation. The analytical method could be used to fast evaluate the nonlinear dynamic performance of a TPJB-rotor system in the low viscosity environment, supporting the nonlinear dynamic design of the system.