- 3.4P: Express Pascal’s law, and give a real-world example of it.
- 3.3P: A tiny steel cube is suspended in water by a string. If the lengths...
- 3.5P: Consider two identical fans, one at sea level and the other on top ...
- 3.39P: The gage pressure of the air in the tank shown in Fig. P3–42 is mea...
- 3.40P: Repeat Prob. 3–42 for a gage pressure of 45 kPa.
- 3.41P: The top part of a water tank is divided into two compartments, as s...
- 3.79P: Consider a flat plate of thickness t, width w into the page, and le...
- 3.82P: Consider a two–dimensional hinged cylindrical gate of radius R and ...
- 3.85P: What is buoyant force? What causes it? What is the magnitude of the...
- 3.119P: Reconsider Prob. 3–125. Using EES (or other) software, investigate ...
- 3.120P: Determine the maximum amount of load, in kg, the balloon described ...
- 3.121P: The pressure in a steam boiler is given to be 90 kgf/cm2. Express t...
- 3.155P: [Reconsider Prob. 3–162. Using EES (or other) I software, investiga...
- 3.6P: The piston of a vertical piston–cylinder device containing a gas ha...
- 3.7P: A vacuum gage connected to a chamber reads 36 kPa at a location whe...
- 3.8P: The water in a tank is pressurized by air, and the pressure is meas...
- 3.42P: The 500–kg load on the –hydraulic lift shown] in Fig. P3–45 is to b...
- 3.43P: Pressure is often given in terms of a liquid column and is expresse...
- 3.44P: A simple experiment has long been used to demonstrate how negative ...
- 3.86P: Consider two identical spherical balls submerged in water at differ...
- 3.87P: Consider two 5-cm-diameter spherical balls—one made of aluminum, th...
- 3.88P: Consider a 3-kg copper cube and a 3-kg copper ball submerged in a l...
- 3.122P: The basic barometer can be used as an altitude– measuring device in...
- 3.123P: The lower half of a 12–m–high cylindrical container is filled with ...
- 3.124P: A vertical, frictionless piston–cylinder device contains a gas at 5...
- 3.9P: Determine the atmospheric pressure at a location where the barometr...
- 3.10P: The gage pressure in a liquid at a depth of 3 m is read to be 28 kP...
- 3.11P: The absolute presure to water at a depth of 5 m is read to be 145 k...
- 3.45P: Two chambers with the same fluid at their base are separated by a 3...
- 3.46P: Consider a double–fluid manaometer attached to an air pipe show in ...
- 3.47P: The pressure difference between an oil pipe and water pipe is measu...
- 3.89P: Discuss the stability of (a) a submerged and (b) a floating body wh...
- 3.90P: The density of a liquid is to be determined by an old 1–cm–diameter...
- 3.125P: A pressure cooker cooks a lot faster than an ordinary pan by mainta...
- 3.91P: The volume and the average density of an irregularly shaped body ar...
- 3.126P: A glass tube is attached to a water pipe, as shown in Fig. P3–133. ...
- 3.127P: The average atmospheric pressure on earth is approximated as a func...
- 3.12P: Show that 1 kgf/cm2 14.223 psi
- 3.13P:
- 3.14P: Consider a 55 kg woman who has a total foot imprint area of 400 cm2...
- 3.48P: Consider the system shown in Fig. P3–52. If a change of 0.7 kPa in ...
- 3.49P: Two water tanks are connected to each other through a mercery manom...
- 3.27P: A manometer containing oil (? = 850 kg/m3) is attached to a tank fi...
- 3.50P: A multifluid container is connected to a U–tube, as shown in Fig. P...
- 3.28P: A mercury manometer (? = 13,600 kg/m3) is connected to an air duct ...
- 3.92P: It is estimated that 90 percent of an iceberg’s volume is below the...
- 3.29P: Repeat Prob. 3–31 for a differential mercury height of 30 mm.
- 3.93P: It is estimated that 90 percent of an iceberg’s volume is below the...
- 3.67P: The water side of the wall of a 100-m-long dam is a quarter circle ...
- 3.94P: A 170-kg granite rock (? = 2700 kg/m3) is dropped into a lake. A ma...
- 3.68P: A 6-m-high, 5-m-wide rectangular plate blocks the end of a 5-m-deep...
- 3.128P: When measuring small pressure differences with a manometer, often o...
- 3.69P: Reconsider Prob. 3–73. Using EES (or other) software, investigate t...
- 3.129P:
- 3.107P: A 40-cm-diameter, 90-cm-high vertical cylindrical container is part...
- 3.130P: A cylindrical container whose weight is 65 N is inverted and presse...
- 3.108P: A fish tank that contains 60–cm–high water is moved in the cabin of...
- 3.109P: A 3–m–diameter vertical cylindrical milk tank rotates at a constant...
- 3.143P: The 280–kg, 6–m–wide rectangular gate shown in Fig. P3–151 is hinge...
- 3.144P: Repeat Prob. 3–151 for a water height of 1.2 m above the hinge at B.
- 3.145P: A 3-m-high, 6-m-wide rectangular gate is hinged at the top edge at ...
- 3.15P: A vacuum gage connected to a lank reads 30 kPa at a location where ...
- 3.16P: A pressure gage connected to a tank reads 500 kPa at a location whe...
- 3.17P: Water from a reservoir is raised in a vertical tube of internal dia...
- 3.51P: Consider a hydraulic jade being used in a car repair shop, as in Fi...
- 3.56P: Define the resultant hydrostatic force acting on a submerged surfac...
- 3.22P:
- 3.65P:
- 3.30P: Blood pressure is usually measured by wrapping a closed air–filled ...
- 3.105P:
- 3.31P: The maximum blood pressure in the upper arm of a healthy person is ...
- 3.32P: Consider a 1.8–m–tall man standing vertically in water and complete...
- 3.70P:
- 3.71P:
- 3.72P: A water trough of semicircular cross section of radius 0.7 m consis...
- 3.110P: Milk with a density of 1020 kg/m3 is transported on a level road in...
- 3.147P:
- 3.33P: Consider a U–tube whose arms are open to the atmosphere. Now water ...
- 3.34P: The hydraulic lift in a car repair shop has an output diameter of 4...
- 3.35P: Freshwater and seawater flowing in parallel horizontal pipelines ar...
- 3.73P: The two sides of a V-shaped water trough are hinged to each other a...
- 3.74P: Repeat Prob. 10-19 for the case of a partially filled trough with a...
- 3.75P: A retaining wall against a mud slide is to be constructed by placin...
- 3.113P: A 1.2–m–diameter, 3–m–high sealed vertical cylinder is completely f...
- 3.114P: Reconsider Prob. 3–119. Using EES (or other) software, investigate ...
- 3.115P:
- 3.149P: The water in a 25-m-deep reservoir is kept inside by a 150-m-wide w...
- 3.150P: A U–tube contains water in the right arm, and another liquid in the...
- 3.151P: A 1–m–diameter, 2–m–high vertical cylinder is completely filled wit...
- 3.1P: Explain why some people experience nose bleeding and some others ex...
- 3.2P: Someone claims that the absolute pressure in a liquid of constant d...
- 3.36P: Repeat Prob. 3–38 by replacing the air with oil whose specific grav...
- 3.37P:
- 3.38P:
- 3.76P: Repeat Prob. 3-80 for 0.4-m-wide concrete blocks.PROBLEM: A retaini...
- 3.78P: Repeat Prob. 10-23 for a radius of 4 m for the gate.
- 3.116P: A 3-m-diameter, 7-m-long cylindrical tank is completely filled with...
- 3.117P: An air-conditioning system requires a 20-m-long section of 15-cm-di...
- 3.118P: Balloons are often filled with helium gas because it weighs only ab...
- 3.153P: Reconsider Prob. 3–160. Using EES (or other) software, investigate ...
- 3.18P: The barometer of a mountain hiker reads 930 mbars at the beginning ...
- 3.19P: The basic barometer can be used to measure the height of a building...
- 3.20P: Solve Prob. 3–22 using EES (or other) software.Print out the entire...
- 3.21P: Determine the pressure exerted on a diver at 20 m below the free su...
- 3.23P: A gas is contained in a vertical, frictionless piston–cylinder devi...
- 3.24P: Reconsider Prob. 3–26. Using EES (or other) eH! software, investiga...
- 3.25P: Both a gage and a manometer are attached to a gas tank to measure i...
- 3.26P: Reconsider Prob. 3–28. Using EES (or other) MM software, investigat...
- 3.57P: Someone claims that she can determine the magnitude of the hydrosta...
- 3.58P: A submerged horizontal flat plate is suspended in water by a string...
- 3.59P: You may have noticed that dams are much thicker at the bottom. Expl...
- 3.60P: Consider a submerged curved surface. Explain how you would determin...
- 3.61P: Consider a submerged curved surface. Explain how you would determin...
- 3.62P: Consider a circular surface subjected to hydrostatic forces by a co...
- 3.63P: Consider a heavy car submerged in water in a lake with a flat botto...
- 3.64P: Consider a 4-m-long, 4-m-wide, and 1.5-m-high aboveground swimming ...
- 3.66P: A room in the lower level of a cruise ship has a 30–cm–diameter cir...
- 3.77P: A 4-m-long quarter-circular gate of radius 3 m and of negligible we...
- 3.95P: It is said that Archimedes discovered his principle during a bath w...
- 3.96P: One of the common procedures in fitness programs is to determine th...
- 3.97P: The hull of a boat has a volume of 150 m3, and the total mass of th...
- 3.98P: Under what conditions can a moving body of fluid be treated as a ri...
- 3.99P: Consider a glass of water. Compare the water pressures at the botto...
- 3.100P: Consider two identical glasses of water, one stationary and the oth...
- 3.101P: Consider a vertical cylindrical container partially filled with wat...
- 3.102P: A water tank is being towed by a truck on a level road, and the ang...
- 3.103P: Consider two water tanks filled with water. The first tank is 8 m h...
- 3.104P: A water tank is being towed on an uphill road that makes 20° with t...
- 3.106P: A 60-cm-high, 40-cm-diameter cylindrical water tank is being transp...
- 3.111P: Repeat Prob. 3–116 for a deceleration of 2.5 m/s2.PROBLEM: Milk wit...
- 3.112P: The distance between the centers of the two arms of a U–tube open t...
- 3.131P: A gasoline line is connected to a pressure gage through a double-U ...
- 3.132P: Repeat Prob. 3–138 for a pressure gage reading of 280 kPa.
- 3.133P: The pressure of water flowing through a pipe is measured by the arr...
- 3.134P: Consider a U–tube filled with mercury as shown in Fig. P3–142. The ...
- 3.135P: A teapot with a brewer at the top is used to brew tea, as shown in ...
- 3.136P: Repeat Prob. 3–129 by taking the thermal expansion of water into co...
- 3.137P: It is well known that the temperature of the atmosphere varies with...
- 3.138P: The variation of pressure with density in a thick gas layer is give...
- 3.139P: Pressure transducers are commonly used to measure pressure by gener...
- 3.140P: A system is equipped with two pressure gages and a manometer, as sh...
- 3.141P: An oil pipeline and a 1.3–m3 rigid air tank are connected to each o...
- 3.142P: The density of a floating body can be determined bytying weights to...
- 3.146P: Repeat Prob. 10-41 for a total water height of 2 m.PROBLEM: A 3-m-h...
- 3.148P: The average density of icebergs is about 917 kg/m3. (a) Determine t...
- 3.152P: A 5–m–long, 4–m–high tank contains 2.5–m–deep water when not in mot...
- 3.154P: An elastic air balloon having a diameter of 30 cm is attached to th...

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