The ratio of container diameter to tube diameter is 8. When air in the container is at

Chapter 3, Problem 3.51

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The ratio of container diameter to tube diameter is 8. When air in the container is at atmospheric pressure, the free surface in the tube is at position I. When the container is pressurized, the liquid in the tube moves 40 em up the tube from position 1 to "'OSition 2. What is the container pressure that causes this deflection? The liquid density is 1200 kg!m3

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