# Liquid Level of Horizontal Tank

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sj200
Liquid Level of Horizontal Tank

Hello,
I want to calculate the liquid level of a horizontal cylindrical tank. Consider the equation :

V=L{(Pi)R^2-R^2ArcCos[(R-h)/R]+(R-h)Sqrt(2Rh-h^2)}

V=Tank volume
L= Tank length
h= Distance from top of tank to surface of liquid

What I want to do is to rearrange the above equation so that h is the subject. can this be done?

fitzmerl duron

Impossibleng makuha ang $h$. Nabuhol kasi sa $\arccos\left( \frac{R-h}{R} \right)$ at sa $\sqrt{2Rh-h^2}$.....hehehehehhe

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