head in water

Problem 03 - Manometer

Problem
How high will liquid rise in the piezometers shown in the figure if the pressure at M is 68.95 kPa and the liquid is (a) water, (b) oil (sp gr 0.85), (c) mercury, (d) brine (sp gr 1.15)?
 

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Problem 10 - Variation of Pressure

Problem
A gage on the suction side of a pump shown vacuum of 254 mm of mercury. Compute (a) pressure head in meters of water; (b) pressure in kiloPascal; (c) absolute pressure in kiloPascal if barometer reads 736.6 mm of mercury.
 

Problem 09 - Variation of Pressure

Problem
The pressure in a gas tank is 2.75 atmospheres. Compute the pressure in kiloPascal and the pressure head in meter of water.
 

Problem 07 - Variation of Pressure

Problem
If the pressure in the tank of oil (sp gr 0.80) is 415 kPa, what is the equivalent head: (a) in meters of oil, (b) in meters of water, and (c) in centimeters of mercury?
 

Problem 06 - Variation of Pressure

Problem
If the pressure in the tank of oil (sp gr 0.80) is 60 psi, what is the equivalent head: (a) in feet of oil, (b) in feet of water, and (c) in inches of mercury?
 

Problem 05 - Variation of Pressure

Problem
At what depth in a stand pipe containing water is the pressure 200 kPa?
 

Problem 04 - Variation of Pressure

Problem
What height of mercury column will cause a pressure of 680 kPa? What is the equivalent height of water column?
 

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