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50 psi, determine (a) the elevations of the liquids in the open piezometer columns E, F, and G and (b) the deflection of the mercury in the U-tube gage in Fig, 2-12. CHAP. 2] FLUID STATICS 23 Fig. 50 psi without introducing significant error in the calculations. 24 ft. 76 ft. For column F: pressure at El. 00 = pressure at El. 700 which must equal t h e pressure a t M . 93 at N For column G: pressure at El. 00 = pressure at El. 00 + pressure of 12 ft of water or t o f water, . 24 FLUID STATICS which must b e t h e pressure a t R .
A manometer to determine this pressure difference is known as a differential manometer. The liquids in a manometer will rise or fall as the pressure at either end (or both ends) of the tube changes. The pressure in a container (or conduit) using a manometer is determined by transforming heights of liquids within the manometer tube to pressures, using equation (2). The general procedure in calculation is to start at one end of the manometer tube and proceed from each fluid level to the next, adding or subtracting pressures as the elevation decreases or increases, respectively.
11. Determine and locate the components of the force due to the water acting on curved area AB in Fig. 3-10, per meter of its length. CHAP. 3] HYDROSTATIC FORCE ON SURFACES 43 Fig. 79) (n62/4 x l) = 277 kN acting through the center of gravity of the volume of liquid. The center of gravity of a quadrant of a circle is located at a distance (4/3) x (r/n) from either mutually perpendicular radius. 55 m to the left of line BC Note: Each force dP acts normal to curve AB and would therefore pass through hinge C upon being extended.