A spherical tank of diameter D has a drain hole of diameter d at its bottom. A vent at the top of the tank maintains atmospheric pressure at the liquid surface within the tank. The flow is quasisteady and inviscid and the tank is full of water initially. Determine the water depth as a function of time, h h(t), and plot graphs of h(t) for tank diameters of 1, 5, 10, and 20 ft if d 1 in.

ENGR 121 B Lecture Notes for 11/07/2016 Spencer Kociba ● Error thresholds ○ eps=2.2204e-16 ■ Maximum error threshold constant in MATLAB a−b ■ The relative erro[a] )must be less than eps to be considered not significantly different from each other ■ NOTE: 1+esp ≠ 1 even though ans=1.000 ● For loops are almost...