eng_103_midterm_exam_sample_pb_3_txt

eng_103_midterm_exam_sample_pb_3_txt - pressure in the...

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[3] 3. (Manometers --- 25 pts) The tank shown right ( m 1 = L , m 1 = R ) contains water ( 3 N/m 800 , 9 = w γ ). The gage pressure reading is kPa 50 , = g A P . Assume that the density of the vapor between the free surface of the water and the hemispherical upper end is negligible . Pa 10 95 . 7 4 atm × = P (a) Determine the absolute
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Unformatted text preview: pressure in the vapor, v P . (b) Determine the height h of the mercury ( 6 . 13 = SG ) in the manometer,. (REMINDER: For full credit, show algebraic derivation first, then plug in numbers) Mercury Water h L L R atm A...
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