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# The 3 4-m side of an open tank is hinged at its bottom A and is held in place by a thin

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Problem 5.85

The 3 4-m side of an open tank is hinged at its bottom A and is held in place by a thin rod BC. The tank is to be filled with glycerine, whose density is 1263 kg/m3. Determine the force T in the rod and the reactions at the hinge after the tank is filled to a depth of 2.9 m.

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