Calculate the pressure produced by a 2000 -lb stone block, 12-in. length X 12-in. width X 12-in. height. HINT: Pressure = Force (weight) ÷ Area
Calculate the pressure exerted on a 26 ft column filled with 13 ft of gasoline. The vapor pressure of gasoline at 100 F is 12 psi.
Calculate the pressure produced by a 2,500-lb block, 40" length x 20" wide x 35" high.
4. Calculate the pressure produced by an 8,500-lb block, 2' length x 4' wide x 6' high.
Calculate the pressure at the base of a 200 foot column with a 20 foot liquid level in the lower stripping section. The column is operating under 55 psig. Specific gravity of bottom product is .85.
Convert 14.7 psia to psig.
If Fahrenheit = 1.8°C + 32, then convert 760°C to Fahrenheit.
Solve for y: 62 = 13y – 3
A vertical tank is 30 ft tall with a diameter of 10 ft. What is the volume of the product?
A rectangular tank is 30 ft. long, 16 ft. tall, and 6 ft. wide, what is the volume?
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