Chap-2 problems - 2-32.1.12..2.1 Bourdon gages (see Vidcc)...

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Unformatted text preview: 2-32.1.12..2.1 Bourdon gages (see Vidcc) V2.3 and Fig. 2.13) arecommonly used to measure pressu~. When such a gage isattached to Ihe closed water lank of Fig. P2.1./ the gage reads5 psi. What is the absolute air preSSlife in the tank? Assumestandard atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psi.f=-d-h + Po-p,.,t -(ft H) ~D ~/j.--b. = I's!k Ib)ft1/r (:; In. z. -t /1/. 7 J1.~ -(/ Pt)(tl.lfL! )~~t~.ft:~.FIGURE P2.~1t,; = Jr..? 1'-"fl.---2-/82.2.22.22 On the suctionsideofa pump a Bourdonpressure gage reads 4O-kPavacuum. What is thecorresponding absolute pressure if the local at-mospheric pressure is 100 kPa (abs)?-'fb i ~ 1- !Of) ""Pa.tot) '" ~=,=:"2.24 A water-filled V-tube m~ometer is used to measure the pressureinside a tank that contains air. e water level in the V-tUbe on the sidethat connects to the tank is 5 above the base of the tank. The waterlevel in the other side of the U tUbe (which is open to the atmosphere)is 2 ft above the base. Delermipe the pressure within the tank.orfair2~/92-21t. ZqHemispherical dome= 0.84m+-3m~2m-LWater(tl)/".3 .k~=(6 )-= oft'.!.. X1O3 N-{ = -Pc1)1'11-3 Nall.1. X}b -2-/tt'/33)( ID!~/!If"--~ &.2,3tJ.-m4'JI,=z~~~ ~2.2."fI .F1GU F\ E P2..2.q2-272.l!O2..!/-0 The inverted U.tu~ manometer of Fig....
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2009 for the course MECHENG mecheng320 taught by Professor Fu during the Fall '09 term at University of Michigan.

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Chap-2 problems - 2-32.1.12..2.1 Bourdon gages (see Vidcc)...

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