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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics 7 th Edition Fox, Pritchard, & McDonald Answers to Selected Problems, Chapter 3 3.1 M = 62.4 kg t = 22.3 mm 3.3 z = 9303 ft z = 5337 ft 3.5 F = 45.6 N 3.9 p = 972 Pa = 991 kg/m 3 3.11 D = 0.477 in 3.13 / = 4.34% p / p = 2.15% 3.15 p = 0.217 psig 3.17 p = 6.39 kPa (gage) h = 39.3 mm 3.19 p = 128 kPa (gage) 3.21 p = 59.5 Pa 3.23 H = 30 mm 3.25 SG = 0.900 3.27 p = 1.64 psi 3.29 ( ) [ ] 2 oil 1 D d p L + = L = 27.2 mm 3.31 h = 1.11 in 3.33 = 11.1 o S = 5/SG 3.35 p atm = 14.4 psi Shorter column at higher temperature 3.37 h = 38.1 mm h = 67.8 mm 3.39 h = 0.389 cm 3.43 z = 587 ft z = 3062 ft 3.45 p = 57.5 kPa p = 60.2 kPa 3.49 p A = 1.96 kPa p B = 8.64 kPa p C = 21.9 kPa p air = 11.3 kPa p air = 1.99 kPa 3.51 F A = 79,600 lbf 3.53 W = 68 kN 3.55 F R = 0.407 lbf 3.57 F R = 8.63 MN R = (8.34 MN, 14.4 MN) 3.59 F = 600 lbf 3.63 D = 8.66 ft 3.65 d = 2.66 m 3.67 SG = 0.542 3.69 F = 137 kN 3.71 F V = 7.62 kN = 7....
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