 3.3.1: Apply the grid method ( 1.5 inCh. 1) to each situation. a. If press...
 3.3.2: A 100 mm diameter sphere contains an ideal gas at 20C. :'pply the ...
 3.3.3: For the questions below, assume standard atmospheric pressure. a. F...
 3.3.4: The local atmospheric pressure is 99.0 kPa. A gage on m oxygen tank...
 3.3.5: Using 3.1 and other resources, answer the following ~estions. Striv...
 3.3.6: The Crosby gage tester shown in the figure is used calibrate or to ...
 3.3.7: As shown, a mouse can use the mechanical advantage ovided by a hyd...
 3.3.8: Find a parked automobile for which you have information on tire pre...
 3.3.9: To derive the hydrostatic equation, which of the following must be ...
 3.3.11: Consider Figure 3.8 on p. 67 of 3.2. a. Which fluid has the larger ...
 3.3.12: Apply the grid method (1.5 in Ch. l) with the hydrostatic equation ...
 3.3.13: Using 3.2 and other resources, answer the following questions. Stri...
 3.3.14: Apply the grid method to each situation. a. What is the change in a...
 3.3.15: As shown, an air space above a long tube is pressurized to 50 kPa v...
 3.3.16: For the closed tank with Bourdontube gages tapped into it, what is...
 3.3.17: This manometer contains water at room temperature. The glass tube o...
 3.3.18: If a 200 N force f 1 is applied to the piston with the 4 ern diamet...
 3.3.19: Regarding the hydraulic jack in 3.18, which ideas were used to anal...
 3.3.21: Water occupies the bottom 0.8 m of a cylindrical lank. . n lop of t...
 3.3.22: An engineer is designing a hydraulic lift with a capacity of .v ton...
 3.3.23: A tank with an attached manometer contains water at _""C. The atmos...
 3.3.24: A tank is fitted with a manometer on the side, as shown. 1he liquid...
 3.3.25: As shown, a load acts on a piston of diameter D1 The piston rides o...
 3.3.26: As shown, a load of mass 5 kg is situated on a piston of diameter D...
 3.3.27: What is the maximum gage pressure in the odd tank shown in the figu...
 3.3.28: The steel pipe and steel chamber shown in the figure together weigh...
 3.3.29: What force must be exerted through the bolts to hold the dome in pl...
 3.3.31: The piston shown weighs I 0 lbf. In its initial position, the pisto...
 3.3.32: Consider an air bubble rising from the bottom of a lake. Neglecting...
 3.3.33: One means of determining the surface level of liquid in a :.ank is ...
 3.3.34: For Fig. 3.9 on p. 70 of 3.2 that describes temperature "afiation w...
 3.3.35: The boiling point of water decreases with elevation because f the p...
 3.3.36: From a depth of 10m in a lake to an elevation of 4000 min the atmos...
 3.3.37: Assume that a woman must brea e a constant mass rate of air to main...
 3.3.38: A pressure gage in an airplane indicates a pressure of 95 kPa at ta...
 3.3.39: Denver, Colorado, is called the "mile high" city. What are the pres...
 3.3.41: The mean atmospheric pressure on the surface of Mars is 7 mbar, and...
 3.3.42: Design a computer program that calculates the pressure and density ...
 3.3.43: Match the following pressuremeasuring devices with the correct nam...
 3.3.44: Which is the more correct way to describe the two summation (I) ter...
 3.3.45: Using the Internet and other resources, answer the following questi...
 3.3.46: As shown, gas at pressure Pg raises a column of liquid to a height ...
 3.3.47: Is the gage pressure at the center of the pipe (a) negative, (b) ze...
 3.3.48: Determine the gage pressure at the center of the pipe (point A) in ...
 3.3.49: Considering the effects of surface tension, estimate the gage press...
 3.3.51: The ratio of container diameter to tube diameter is 8. When air in ...
 3.3.52: The ratio of container diameter to tube diameter is I 0. \'hen air ...
 3.3.53: Determine the gage pressure at the center of pipe A in ;>ounds per ...
 3.3.54: A device for measuring the specific weight of a liquid onsists of ...
 3.3.55: Mercury is poured into the tube in the figure until the mercury occ...
 3.3.56: Find the pressure at the center of pipe A. T = I 0C.
 3.3.57: Determine (a) the difference in pressure and (b) the difference in ...
 3.3.58: The deflection on the manometer is h meters when the pressure in th...
 3.3.59: A vertical conduit is carrying oil (S = 0.95). A differential mercu...
 3.3.61: A manometer is used to measure the pressure difference between poin...
 3.3.62: A novelty scale for measuring a person's weight by having the perso...
 3.3.63: Using 3.4 and other resources, answer the que ti ons below. Strive ...
 3.3.64: Part 1. Consider the equation for the distance Oetween the CP and t...
 3.3.65: Which of these assumptions and/or limitations must be mown when usi...
 3.3.66: Two cylindrical tanks have bottom areas A and 4A ""eSpectively, and...
 3.3.67: What is the force acting on the gate of an irrigation .:.;tch if th...
 3.3.68: Consider the two rectangular gates shown in the figure. They are bo...
 3.3.69: For gate A, choose the statements that are valid: (a) The hydrostat...
 3.3.71: As shown, a round viewing window of diameter D = 0.5 m is situated ...
 3.3.72: Find the force of the gate on the block. See sketch.
 3.3.73: Assume that wet concrete (y = 150 lbf/ft3) behaves as a liquid. De...
 3.3.74: A rectangular gate is hinged at the water line, as shown. The gate ...
 3.3.75: The gate shown is rectangular and has dimensions 6 m by 4 m. What i...
 3.3.76: Determine P necessary to just start opening the 2m wide gate.
 3.3.77: The square gate shown is eccentrically pivoted so that it automatic...
 3.3.78: This l 0 ftdiameter butterfly valve is used to .:ontrol the flow i...
 3.3.79: For the gate s own,a = 45 ,y d 1 = lm, an y2 = 4m. ~,~ill the gate ...
 3.3.81: Determine the hydrostatic force F on the triangular gate, b.ich is...
 3.3.82: ln constructing dams, the concrete is poured in lifts of approximat...
 3.3.83: The plane rectangular gate can pivot about the support at B. For th...
 3.3.84: Two hemispheric shells are perfectly sealed together, and the inter...
 3.3.85: If exactly 20 bolts of 2.5 em diameter are needed to hold the air c...
 3.3.86: For the plane rectangular gate (C X win ~ize), figure (a), what is ...
 3.3.87: Water is held back by this radial gate. Does the resultant of the p...
 3.3.88: For the curved surface AB: Pm (center of curvature of gate) a. Dete...
 3.3.89: Determine the hydrostatic force acting on the radial gate if the ga...
 3.3.91: This dome (hemisphere) is located below the water surface as shown....
 3.3.92: Consider the dome shown. This dome is 10ft in diameter, !Jut now th...
 3.3.93: Apply the grid method(* 1.5 inCh. I) to each situation .elow. a. D...
 3.3.94: Using 3.6 and other resources, answer the following i'lestions. Str...
 3.3.95: Three spheres of the same diameter are submerged in the .l.llle bod...
 3.3.96: As shown, a uniformdiameter rod is weighted at one end and is floa...
 3.3.97: An 800 ft ship has a displacement of 35,000 tons, and the area defi...
 3.3.98: A submerged spherical steel buoy that is 1.2 m in diameter and weig...
 3.3.99: A buoy is designed with a hemispherical bottom and conical top as s...
 3.3.101: As shown, a cube (L = 60 mm) suspended in carbon tetrad or ide is e...
 3.3.102: A block of material of unknown volume is submerged in water and fou...
 3.3.103: A I ft diameter cylindrical Lank is filled with water to a depth o...
 3.3.104: A 90 inverted cone contains water as shown. The volume of the water...
 3.3.105: The oating platform shown is supported at each corner by a hollow s...
 3.3.106: To what depth d will this rectangular block (with density 0. 75 tim...
 3.3.107: Determine the minimum volume of concrete (y = 23.6 kN/m3) needed t...
 3.3.108: A cylindrical container 4ft high and 2ft in diameter holds water to...
 3.3.109: The partially submerged wood pole is attached to the wall by a hing...
 3.3.111: A balloon is to be used to carry meteorological mstruments to an el...
 3.3.112: A weather balloon is constructed of a flexible material such that t...
 3.3.113: The hydrometer shown weighs 0.015 N. If the stem sinks 6.0 em in oi...
 3.3.114: The hydrometer shown sinks 5.3 em (z = 5.3 em) in water (15C). The ...
 3.3.115: A common commercial hydrometer for measuring the amount of antifree...
 3.3.116: A hydrometer with the configuration shown has a bulb diameter of 2 ...
 3.3.117: A barge 20ft wide and 40ft long is loaded with rocks as shown. Assu...
 3.3.118: A floating body has a square cross section with side was shown in t...
 3.3.119: A cylindrical block of wood I m in diameter and 1 m long has a spec...
 3.3.121: Is the block in this figure stable floating in the position shown? ...
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