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Solved: Determine the volume and the surface area of the solid obtained by rotating the

Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics | 10th Edition | ISBN: 9780077402280 | Authors: Ferdinand Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., David Mazurek ISBN: 9780077402280 491

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Problem 5.54

Determine the volume and the surface area of the solid obtained by rotating the area of 5.8 about (a) the line x = 60 mm, (b) the line y = 120 mm.

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Fluid Statics 1  Matter = Solid and fluids  Fluids = Liquids and gases Characteristics Solid Fluid Shape Definite Takes the shape of container Behavior under Offer permanent resistanceOffers no permanent applied load Deforms but deformation resistance disappears when load is removed 2 Liquid Gas Incompressible [density constant]: Compressible [density changes]: Given mass of liquid will occupy a fixed volume. Given mass of gas has no fi

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Textbook: Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics
Edition: 10
Author: Ferdinand Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., David Mazurek
ISBN: 9780077402280

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