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**Problem 1 Continued:** A conical tank with height
10 m and radius 8 m is used to hold ale. Assume that the density of
ale is 1000 kg/m3.

b) Find the fluid force exerted on the side of the full
tank.

Answer #1

. A conical tank of with radius 5 m and height 10 m is filled
with water. Calculate the work against gravity required to pump
water (with density 1000 kg/m3 ) through a spout of 1 meter in
height located at the top of the tank.

A conical tank of diameter 6 m and height 10 m is filled with
water. Compute for the work needed to pump all the water 2 m above
the tank. The water has a density of 1000 kg per cubic meter.

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level rising when it is 1.1 m from the bottom of the tank? (Round
your answer to three decimal places.)
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A valve shaped like a triangle of base 3 meters and height 2
meters is submerged vertically 3 meters below the surface of the
water in a tank. a. Assuming that the tank is full, use the
techniques learned in Chapter 2.5 to set up a definite integral of
the total fluid force ? on a side of the valve. b. Calculate the
fluid force ? (in Newtons). Use 1000 kg/?3 as the mass density of
water and ? =...

A spherical ball with a radius of 2.800×10-1 m is
completely submerged in a fluid that has a density of
1.134×103 kg/m3.
What is the volume of the fluid displaced by the ball? (Since the
ball is completely submerged, this is the same as the volume of the
ball.)
What is the weight of the fluid displaced by the ball?
What is the buoyant force acting on the ball? (See Archimede's
Principle in the text.)

Q.1: The
dimension of
a cylindrical
storage tank is given as
12 m height and 6 m diameter. It is filled by light diesel
of
density of the oil is
o.98 g
/cm3.
Calculate:[12
Marks]
(i)
the
pressure exerted by the oil at the base of the tank if tank is
filled up to
10m
(ii)total
pressure by the oil at the base of the tank.
(iii)
the
force exerted by the oil at the base of the
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minimum not practical? NOTE: The answer will most probably include
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and radius is V=pi*r2*h.
a. -314
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