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FLUID MECHANICS

12.59. (a) IDENTIFY and SET UP:

p = p0 + gh

Apply !

to the water in the

left-hand arm of the tube.

See Figure 12.59.

!

Figure 12.59

EXECUTE: !

p0 = pa ,

!

(b) IDENTIFY and SET UP: The pressure at point 1 equals the pressure at point 2. Apply Eq. (12.6) to

the right-hand arm of the tube and solve for h.

p = pa + Hg g (0.150 m h)

p = pa + w g (0.150 m)

EXECUTE: ! 1

and ! 2

g (0.150 m) = Hg g (0.150 m h)

p = p2

! 1

implies ! w

(0.150 m) (1000 kg/m3 )(0.150 m)

0.150 m h = w

=

= 0.011 m

Hg

13.6 103 kg/m3

!

!

EVALUATE: The height of mercury above the bottom level of the water is 1.1 cm. This height of mercury

produces the same gauge pressure as a height of 15.0 cm of water.

F = pA.

12.60. IDENTIFY: Follow the procedure outlined in the hint. !

dA = (2 R )dy.

gy.

SET UP: The circular ring has area !

The pressure due to the molasses at depth y is !

h

EXECUTE: !

F = ( gy )(2 R )dy = g Rh 2

0

where R and h are the radius and height of the tank. Using

the given numerical values gives! F = 2.11 10 N.

EVALUATE: The net outward force is the area of the wall of the tank, ! A = 2 Rh, times the average

gh /2

pressure, the pressure !

at depth ! h /2.

8

principle.

Fy = ma y

+y

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12-!1

12-! 2Chapter 12

4

4

V = r 3 = (12.0 cm)3 = 7238 cm3.

3

3

SET UP: The balls volume is !

As it floats, it displaces a weight of

water equal to its weight.

EXECUTE: (a) By pushing the ball under water, you displace an additional amount of water equal to

(0.760)(7238 cm3 ) = 5501cm3.

76.0% of the balls volume or !

This much water has a mass of

2

5501 g = 5.501 kg

(5.501 kg)(9.80 m/s ) = 53.9 N,

!

and weighs !

which is how hard youll have to push to

submerge the ball.

(b) The upward force on the ball in excess of its own weight was found in part (a): 53.9 N. The balls

mass is equal to the mass of water displaced when the ball is floating:

a=

Fnet

53.9 N

=

= 31.0 m/s 2 .

m 1.737 kg

EVALUATE: When the ball is totally immersed the upward buoyant force on it is much larger than its

weight.

12.80. IDENTIFY: Use Bernoullis equation to find the velocity with which the water flows out the hole.

SET UP: The water level in the vessel will rise until the volume flow rate into the vessel, ! 2.40 10

equals the volume flow rate out the hole in the bottom.

m3/s,

Figure 12.80.

!

Figure 12.80

Volume flow rate out of hole equals volume flow rate from tube gives that !

!

v2 =

2.40 10

m /s

1.50 104 m 2

= 1.60 m/s

v1 A1 = v2 A2

A2

Then !

pa + gh = pa + 12 v22

1 v2

1

says that ! 2

1 v2;

2

2

1 v2

1

neglect the ! 2

y =0

y = h.

Measure y from the bottom of the bucket, so ! 2

and ! 1

p = p2 = pa

! 1

(air pressure)

and !

and

A1

and !

term.

EVALUATE: The greater the flow rate into the bucket, the larger !

the water will rise in the bucket.

v2

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