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The cistern shown in Fig. P2.59 has a diameter D that is4 times the diameter d of the

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Problem 2.59

The cistern shown in Fig. P2.59 has a diameter D that is4 times the diameter d of the inclined tube. Find the drop in the fluid level in the cistern and the pressure difference (pA pB) if the liquid in the inclined tube rises = 20 in. The angle is 20. Thefluids specific gravity is 0.85.

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