# Solved: A cylindrical barrel s feet in diameter of weight w lb is floating in water as

**Chapter 1, Problem 18**

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A cylindrical barrel s feet in diameter of weight w lb is floating in water as shown in Figure 1.3.16(a). After an initial depression the barrel exhibits an up-anddown bobbing motion along a vertical line. Using Figure 1.3.16(b), determine a differential equation for the vertical displacement y(t) if the origin is taken to be on the vertical axis at the surface of the water when the barrel is at rest. Use Archimedes principle: Buoyancy, or upward force of the water on the barrel, is equal to the weight of the water displaced. Assume that the downward direction is positive, that the weight density of water is 62.4 lb/ft3 , and that there is no resistance between the barrel and the water.

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