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SOME BOOK PROBLEMS FOR TEST PREPARATION Hydrostatics 3-40 (answer:0.47m) 3-43 (answer: 0.567 m) 3-121 (answer: 636 Pa, 13.9 cm) Hydrostatic Forces 3-64 (answer: 3554 N, 0.0011 m below centroid) 3-68 (answer: 30,900 lbm) 3.65, (answer: 9.134e7N, at an angle of 57.5 degrees from horizontal, and line of action is 4.46 m from the center of curvature of the dam) Buoyancy 3-85 (answer: 87.6 cm) Fluid Kinematics 4-37 (answer: ax = 11 . 5
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Unformatted text preview: m/s 2 , ay = 14 m/s 2 ) Mass Conservation 5-13 (answer: . 45 m 3 /s ) Mechanical Energy 5-73 (Hint: in the bathroom, the pressure is atmospheric and the velocity is zero. At the duct exit the pressure is atmospheric, answer: a) 2.4 W b) 6.9 cm c) 40 Pa) 5-77 (answer: 0.68 m, 271 W) 5-86 (answer: 81.3%) Bernoulli 5-59 (40.7 m) 5-48 (part 1 answer: 1 2 g 4 m in D 2 2 , part 2: set up dierential but dont solve: D 2 T / 4 dz dz = m in-D 2 / 4 2 gz ) 1...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ES 330 taught by Professor Bohl during the Spring '08 term at Clarkson University .

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