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An Introduction to Family Social Work. Practice Behaviors by Donald Collins, Catheleen Jordan, Heather Coleman

By Donald Collins, Catheleen Jordan, Heather Coleman

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When gages A and D read as indicated, what should be the value of x for gage E (mercury in each U-tube gage)? Ans. 82 m Fig. 2-25 Fig. 38. The cylinder and tubing shown in Fig. 902. 2 psi, what is the total weight of piston and weight Wl Ans. 39. Determine the pressure difference between pipes A and B for the differential manometer shown in Fig. 2-27. Ans. 124 kPa Fig. 40. A vessel containing oil under pressure is shown in Fig. 2-28. Find the elevation of the oil surface in the attached piezometer.

Gage pressure is measured with atmospheric pressure as its base. 8 kPa. , psia or psig). If no a or g (or other indication) is given, pressure is usually gage pressure. BAROMETERS A barometer is a device for measuring atmospheric pressure. A simple barometer consists of a tube more than 30 in (762 mm) long inserted in an open container of mercury with a closed tube end at the top and an open tube end at the bottom and with mercury extending from the container up into the tube. Mercury rises in the tube to a height of approximately 30 in (762 mm) at sea level.

4 x 3 [£jr4 2 - (\ x 2>/12)]} = 2680 Ib upward The components to hold the cylinder in place are 749 Ib to the right and 2180 Ib downward. 16. The half-conical buttress ABE shown in Fig. 3-15 is used to support a half-cylindrical tower ABCD. Calculate the horizontal and vertical components of the force due to water acting on buttress ABE. Fig. 17. 822 under a head of 120 m of oil. 72 MPa with an allowable stress of 124 MPa. CHAP. 18. 06. The wood staves are bound byflatsteel bands, 2 in wide by | in thick, whose allowable stress is 16,000 psi.

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