Hydraulics and Geotechnical Engineering

Fluid Mechanics, Hydrology, Hydraulics and System and Structure, Water Supply and Sewerage, Soil Mechanics and Foundation
 

Absolute Pressure at 200 mm Below the Surface of Liquid Mercury

Problem
Determine the absolute pressure in a vessel of mercury at a point 200 mm below its surface.

A.   126 kPa C.   128 kPa
B.   130 kPa D.   132 kPa

 

Partially Filled Cylindrical Tank Rotated at 90 rpm

Situation
An open cylindrical vessel 1.3 m in diameter and 2.1 m high is 2/3 full of water. If rotated about the vertical axis at a constant angular speed of 90 rpm,
1.   Determine how high is the paraboloid formed of the water surface.

A.   1.26 m C.   2.46 m
B.   1.91 m D.   1.35 m

2.   Determine the amount of water that will be spilled out.

A.   140 L C.   341 L
B.   152 L D.   146 L

3.   What should have been the least height of the vessel so that no water is spilled out?

A.   2.87 m C.   3.15 m
B.   2.55 m D.   2.36 m

 

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