Calculate absolute pressure - fluid mechanics assignment, Physics

 

Difference in heights between the pipe and Gage is 5m

Density of water is 1000kg/m3

Acceleration due to gravity 10 m/s2

Actual Pressure is nothing but the absolute pressure.

Absolute pressure= Atmospheric pressure + Gauge pressure.

(i) If the pressure is measured at the ground level

Absolute pressure = 110k Pa + 101.3 k Pa = 211.3 k Pa

[Note: Atmospheric Pressure = 101.3 k Pa]

Absolute in pressure in B = 101.3k Pa + 65k Pa= 166.3k Pa

 

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