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Due date: Wednesday Sept. 23, 2009

Both a gage and a manometer are attached to a gas tank to measure its pressure. If

the reading on the pressure gage is 80 kPa, determine the distance between the two

fluid levels of the manometer if the fluid is (a) mercury ( =13,600 kg/m3) or (b)

water ( =1000 kg/m3).

Pg=80 kPa

GAS

h=?

Problem 2: (Buoyancy)

Balloons are often filled with helium gas because it weighs only about one-seventh

of what air weighs under identical conditions. The buoyancy force which can be

expressed as FB = airgVballoon will push the balloon upward. If the balloon has

diameter of 10 m and carries two people, 70 kg each, determine (a) the acceleration

of the balloon when it is first released and (b) the maximum amount of load, in kg,

M. Bahrami

ENSC 388

Assignment # 11

the balloon can carry. Assume the density of air is =1.16 kg/m3, and neglect the

weight of the ropes and the cage. (Answers: 16.5 m/s2, 520.6 kg)

HELIUM

D=10 m

=air/7

m=140 kg

The lower half of a 10-m-high cylindrical container is filled with water ( =1000

kg/m3) and the upper half with oil that has a specific gravity of 0.85. Determine the

pressure difference between the top and bottom of the cylinder. (Answer: 90.7

kPa)

OIL

s=0.85

h=10 m

WATER

=1000 kg/m3

M. Bahrami

ENSC 388

Assignment # 12

Pg=80kPa

Patm

Problem 1:

Pg =80 kPa

Find h if:

h=?

GAS

b) Fluid is mercury (H2O=1000 kg/m3)

- Assumption:

The pressure is uniform in the tank, thus we can determine the pressure at the gage

port.

- Analysis

Starting with

(gas pressure) and moving along the tube from point (1) by

adding (as we go down) or subtracting (as we go up), the gh term(s) until we

reach point (2), therefore;

80

10

9.81

1000

8.155

80 kPa =gh

80

10

9.81

13,600

0.599

M. Bahrami

ENSC 388

Assignment # 13

FB

Problem 2:

D

D=10 m

He= air/7 and

mhe

mpeople=140 kg

Assumption:

mpeople

Analysis:

Starting with free body diagram. We also know that te buoyancy force is:

4

3

4

3

1

7

523.59

523.59

1.16

86.77

140

86.77

226.77

Newton law:

M. Bahrami

ENSC 388

Assignment # 14

Therefore:

(1)

So,

(2)

Substituting values in Eq. (2),

1.16

523.59

226.77

9.81

226.77

16.46

The maximum amount of load that the balloon can carry can be calculated from;

0

Using Eq. (1),

1.16

607.304

523.59

This mass is including the mass of helium gas in the balloon. To calculate

maximum load, mass of helium must subtracted from the maximum mass so,

,

607.304

86.77

520.6

M. Bahrami

ENSC 388

Assignment # 15

Problem 3:

0.85

OIL

h=5 m

Analysis:

Starting with point (1) and adding terms gh as

WATER

we go down,

h=5 m

Substituting values,

1000

0.85

1000

9.81

90.742

Notes (1): Always substitute the numerical value at the last step.

Note (2): Write all the dimensions in your solution; check both sides of

relationships for unit and dimension homogeneity.

M. Bahrami

ENSC 388

Assignment # 16

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