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Unformatted text preview: Compute the amount of work done in filling this tank with water pumped in from ground level. Use 4 . 62 = ρ lb/ft 3 for the density of water. Example #2: For the tank above, how much work would be done filling it to a depth of 8 ft. Example #3: A conical tank is resting on its base, which is at ground level, and its axis is vertical. The tank has radius 5 ft and height 10 ft. Compute the work done in filling this tank with water pumped in from ground level. Example #4: A hemispherical tank of radius 10 ft is located with its flat side down atop a tower 60 ft high. How much work is required to fill this tank with oil of density of 50 lb/ft 3 if the oil is to be pumped into the tank from ground level? Example #5 A rope that is 100 ft long and weighs 0.25 lb per linear foot hangs from the edge of a very tall building. How much work is required to pull this rope to the top of the building?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course MATH 2564 taught by Professor Pamelasatterfield during the Spring '12 term at NorthWest Arkansas Community College.
- Spring '12