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sol_2_024 - 2.23 When the barometer reads 3G in(762 mm of...

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Unformatted text preview: 2.23. When the barometer reads 3G in. (762 mm) of mercury. what absolute pressure corresponds to a vacuum of 12 in. (305 mm) of mercury? 532mm, %-a?-qf fizz/£4: film-72/W 3044‘»: 722,514 = 30m — 12...; = as m: I? = €E4PM‘4.{Z{IM we _—_\I' . 762mm: p.41: 762m”3054nm= 457M446f7= 60.94% (II) 2.24. If a certain absolute pressure is 85.2 kPa (12.35 psia), what is the corresponding vacuum if the atmospheric pressure is 760 mm (29.92 in.) of mercury? gm g5‘2‘4:¢/fi'fic rfl fifm 2.25. A Bourdon pressure gage attached to a closed tank of air reads 20.4? psi {141.1 kPa) with the barometer at 30.50 in. (775 mm) ofmercury. If barometric pressure drops to 29.18 in. {741.2 mm) of mercury, what will the gage read? SI: /4/. /éfla + 775x Miss/53% Pa: 7412 x f353x2’0' 9+ pg 796 = ME. 6 Afar! ...
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