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20 m

1. An open cylindrical container, 20 m high and 10 m diameter, is completely filled with water

(water = 998 kg/m3). The container is standing at ground level and the atmospheric pressure

(patm) is 1.01 x 105 Pa.

a. What is the mass of a sphere of water with radius 0.5 m?

b. What is the total pressure at the bottom of the container?

c. What is the total force on the bottom of the container?

d. If the container were filled with oil (oil = 925 kg/m3) instead of water, what would the

pressure at the bottom be?

Pascal’s Principle:

2. The largest barometer ever built was an oil-filled barometer constructed in Leicester, England

in 1991. At an atmospheric pressure of 1.01 x 10 5 Pa, height of the oil column was 12.2 m.

a. What was the density of the oil used in the barometer?

b. Were the barometer filled with water instead of oil, what would be the height of the water at

the same atmospheric pressure?

3. A U-shaped container has a diameter of 0.25 m at one end and 1.0 m at the other with

plungers at each end and an applied force of 1000 N is applied to the narrow end.

a. What is the resultant force generated at the wide end?

b. When 2000 J of work are performed by the 1000 N applied force, how high does the fluid level

rise (on the wide end of the container). Assume the fluid rise occurs at constant velocity.

Archimedes’ Principle:

1. A turtle with volume 0.25 m3 is floating in the ocean, 80% of the turtle’s volume is

submerged. Assume the density of the ocean salt water (sea water) is 1.024 x 103 kg/m3.

a. What is the buoyant force exerted on the turtle?

b. What is the mass of the turtle?

c. If the fluid were pure water (water = 998 kg/m3) instead of salt water, how much of the turtle’s

volume would be submerged in the water?

2. A spherical mass (14.7) kg is attached by a mass-less string to a force sensor then

submerged into a container of water.

a. What is the force sensor reading (i.e. the tension force in the mass-less string) before the

mass is submerged in the fluid?

b. When the mass is submerged, the sensor reading is 92.9 N. What is the buoyant force

exerted on the mass?

c. What is the density of the hanging mass?

3. A 60 kg person is attached by a mass-less string to a force sensor then submerged into a

container of water. Assume all of the air is out of her lungs when she is submerged.

a. What is the force sensor reading (i.e. the tension force in the mass-less string) before the

mass is submerged in the fluid?

b. When the mass is submerged, the sensor reading is 37.2 N. What is the density of the

person?

4 . The density of body fat (body fat) is 918 kg/m3 and the density of “lean body mass” (lean mass) is

1100 kg/m3. Determine the amount of body fat, in kg, for this person. Assume that the total

body mass is the sum of fat mass plus lean mass: mtotal = mfat + mlean .

Ans. The same as answer (b).

10. An airplane has a mass of 2.0 x 106 kg and the air flows past the lower surface at 100 m/s.

The wings have a combined surface area of 1200 m 2.

a. How fast must the air flow past the upper surface of the wings if the plane is to maintain

constant elevation while in the air?

mg

Ans. Fnet = Fbelow - Fabove - mg = 0 � PbelowA wings - Pabove A wings= mg � Pbelow - Pabove=

A wings

mg 2mg

Pbelow -Pabove = 1

2 air ( v2above - vbelow

2

)= � vabove= 2

+ vbelow = 192 m

s

A wings air Awings

b. If the surface area of the wings were increased by 25%, what would be the upward

acceleration of the plane?

Ans. Fnet = Fbelow - Fabove - mg = ma � alift = = 2.39 sm2

m

Archimedes’ Principle (one more thing…)

11. A face down iron hemisphere (r = 1.0 m) is completely submerged in water, suspended by

a cable. The peak of the hemisphere is 0.5 m below the surface of the water.

a. Calculate the gauge pressure on the bottom face,

Pbottom, of the mass.

Ans. ho

Pbottom= g(ho + r)

(

Pbottom= 998 mkg3 ) ( 9.8 ) ( 1.5 m)

m

s2

= 1.4671 �104 N

m2

surface due to Pbottom. r

f

(

Fup=Pbottom p r2 )

Ans.

(

Fup= 1.4671 �104 N

m2 ) p ( 1m) 2

= 49,090N

c. Derive the equation for the vertical gauge pressure, Pupper-y exerted on the upper (spherical)

surface.

Ptop-y = �

� �cos θ

d. Calculate the force exerted on the upper surface due to P upper-y.

Ans. The downward fluid force on the a small area dA of the mass is:

dFdown=Ptop-y dA where dA = ( r �

dθ) ( r �

sinθdf )

Fdown=�

Ptop-ydA = �

�

� gh o + gr ( 1 - cos θ ) �

�cos θ ( r �

dθ ) ( r �

sinθdf )

p p

2 2p 2 2p

Fdown= gr ( ho + r ) �

2

df - gr

cosθsinθdθ � 3

� df

cos θsinθdθ �

2

0 0 0 0

Fdown=�

Ptop-ydA = �

�

� gh o + gr ( 1 - cos θ ) �

�cos θ ( r �

dθ ) ( r �

sinθdf )

� 2 �� 2p � p

� 3 p2 �� 2p �

3 cosθ

Fdown= gr ( ho + r ) �

2

2

sinθ �� f �- gr � �f �

� 0� 0 � 3 0 �� 0

� �� � � �� �

�1 � � r�

Fdown= gr2 ( ho + r ) p - gr 3 � �( 2p ) = gr 2 �

ho+ �p = 25,605 N

�3 � � 3�

e. Calculate the net force exerted on the mass due to the 2 forces above.

f. Apply Archimedes’ Principle to the mass and calculate the buoyant force exerted on the mass

due to the fluid. Compare this value to the answer calculate in (e).

�2 �

Ans. Vdisp = � �p (1.0 m)3 = 2.09 m3

�3 �

( )( )( )

FB = gVdisp = 998 mkg3 9.8 sm2 2.09 m3 = 20,484 N {the same value as (e)!}

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