A remote ranch has a cylindrical water storage tank. It has a vertical central axis, a diameter of 24 ft, the sides are 5 ft high. The depth

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A remote ranch has a cylindrical water storage tank. It has a vertical central axis, a diameter of 24 ft, the sides are 5 ft high. The depth of this water is 4 ft. How much work (in ft-lb) would be required to pump all of the water over the upper rim?

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bonexptip 3 years 2021-07-18T17:51:11+00:00 1 Answers 27 views 0

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    2021-07-18T17:52:33+00:00

    Answer:

    Explanation:

    From the given information:

    The diameter of the pool = 24 ft

    The radius will be = 24 ft/2 = 12 ft

    The volume of water V = πr²(Δx)

    V = π× 12²×(Δx)

    V = 144π(Δx)

    Le’s assume water weighs 62.5 lb/ft³;

    Then:

    the Force (F) will be:

    = 144π(Δx) * 62.5

    = 9000πΔx  lb

    Also, the side of cylindrical water = 5 ft while its depth = 4ft

    As such, each slide of water d = 5 – x, and the region is between 0 and 4.

    The required work is:

    W = \int^4_0 (5-x) 9000 \ \pi dx \\ \\ W = 9000 \int^4_0 (5-x) \ dx \\ \\ W = 9000 \pi \Big [5x - \dfrac{x^2}{2} \Big]^4_0 \\ \\  W = 9000 \pi \Big [5*4- \dfrac{4^2}{2} \Big]  \\ \\  W = 9000 \pi \Big [20-8 \Big]  \\ \\  W = 9000 \pi \Big [12 \Big]  \\ \\  W = 9000 \pi  (12) \\ \\ \mathbf{W = 108000 \pi \ ft.lb}

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