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2.2.1 Bourdon gages (see Vidcc) V2.3 and Fig. 2.13) are commonly used to measure pressu~. When such a gage is attached to Ihe closed water lank of Fig. P2.1./ the gage reads 5 psi. What is the absolute air preSSlife in the tank? Assume standard atmosp
Pa-Pb=0.1 for deltah=1ft Asin(Pa-Pb)/(deltah*(gamma-gammaB)
patm =gamma*h+pvapor
I_xc=PI*R^4/4 y_R=I_xc/(y_c*A)+y_C distance below the shaft to the center of the pressure is y_R-y_C M_C=0=F_R*(y_R-Y_C)
Example 2.8 A pressurized tank contains oil (SG = 0.9
2. 2] Bourdon gages (see Video V2.3 and Fig. 2%.?) are
commonly used to measure pressure. When such a gage is
attached to the closed water tank of Fig. P21! the gage reads
5 psi. What is the absoiutc air pressure in the tank? Assume
standard atmospheric p
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The pressure difference, P, across a partial 2. blockage in an artery (stenosis) is approximated by the equation:
Make use of table 1.2 to express the following quantities in SI units: a) b) c) d) e) 10.2 in/min 4.81 slugs 3.02 lb 73.1 ft/s2 0.0234 (lb