Question

A closed cylindrical tank 75 cm in diameter and 1.80
meters high is filled with oil (s = 0.80) such that the top cover
is under a pressure of 24 kPa. When rotated about its vertical axis
at the rate of 240 rpm, determine the force on:

a. The top cover.

b. The bottom.

c. Find the maximum pressure

Answer #1

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a
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