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Pressure generated Question
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Posted by: bunkered

04/22/2005, 15:40:30

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Any suggestions on how to calculate the presure generated in a tank when it becomes full and starts to over flow?






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Re: Pressure generated
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Posted by: zekeman

04/22/2005, 17:49:25

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p=h*d
h=height from bottom to point ogf overflow
d= density of fluid
for water
d=62.4lb/ft^3
h height, feet
p pressure at bottom, lb/ft^2






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