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Unformatted text preview: rectangular tank is at z = 0, and the interfaces between the ±uids and the heights of the ±uids in the columns are as marked on the Fgure. The crosssectional area of the bottom of the tank is a . The di²erence between this problem and the one we worked out in class is that the crosssectional area of the column on the left is A and on the right is 2 A . ³ind the values of z 1 , z 2 , z 3 , and z 4 . What is the pressure P in the ±uid on the righthand column at height z = ( z 1 + z 3 ) / 2? Be clever and minimize the algebra. 1...
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 Fall '08
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 Statics, Konrad Zuse, Z1, BMW Z3, Philip S. Marcus

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