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A) How high does the mercury rise in the tube? (b) What is the magnitude and direction of the force that the mercury exerts on the inside of the tube? (c) What is the magnitude and direction of the force that the mercury exerts on the outside of the tube? 48. An ordinary glass tube open at both ends has an ID of 6 mm and an OD of 12 mm. It is inserted vertically into a container of impure water at 20°C. (a) How high does the water rise in the tube? 49. (b) What is the magnitude and direction of the force that the water exerts on the inside of the tube?

At the lower plate, because of the no-slip condition the fluid velocity will be zero, and at the upper plate it will be V, again consistent with the no-slip condition. Newton reasoned (we will demonstrate this more carefully in Chapter 6) that between the two plates the velocity will vary linearly with distance from one of the plates, according to v(y) = Vylb. 16), because of the linearly varying velocity this element will start to deform into a parallelogram. By considering the limit as the height of the element becomes very small, it is seen that, with the horizontal velocity component of point A denoted by v(y), then over a time interval At point A will move to the right a distance v At.

The water is heated from 50°F to 150°F. Neglecting any changes in the tank measurements, how much water will spill from the tank? 27. 28. 29. 30. S. Standard Atmosphere table in Appendix B, compute the bulk modulus of air at 20°C and 5,000 m. 31. 37 Compute the speed of sound for oxygen at 100°C. Assume oxygen behaves as an ideal gas. 32. 33. 34. 35. What is the plane’s speed in terms of nautical miles? A plane is flying at an elevation of 26 km and a speed of 460 m/s. What is the corresponding Mach number?