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Naik, Sameer V. Fall 2009 1000 Solution for Special Problem 1 Given : Rigid tank containing nitrogen gas in two sections separated by membrane Initial density of nitrogen in section A Initial mass of nitrogen in section B Final density of nitrogen in tank Find : Initial density of nitrogen in section B System : Assumptions : Rigid tank total mass remains constant Basic Equation(s) : m V ρ = Solution : Total mass: TA B mmm =+ Total volume: B VVV 3 3 kg 1.8 10m 18kg m T final T mV == × = 12kg ATB =−= 3 3 7.5m kg 1.6 m A A A m V = 3 2.5m BTA Hence, the density of nitrogen initially in section B: 3 6kg B B B m V i.e. 3 kg 2.4 m B =
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Naik, Sameer V. Fall 2009 1000 Solution for Special Problem 2 Given : Diver 10 feet under water Water density, atmospheric pressure, acceleration due to gravity at local condition
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