Phase 1
Initially Valves A, B, and E are closed.
Tank A and B are separated and each sealed from the atmosphere.
Tank A initially has 3' of air @ 40 psi
Tank C and Tank B initially contain air @ 32.476 psi
Pipe K is 12" id; initial air pressure is 32.476 psi

Phase 2
Valves A, B and E are opened.

**Combined pressures allow Tank C to fill with water pushing all Air into Tube B
Valves A, B and E are closed.
**As a conclusion, the final height of the water column after filling the tank C will get lower by approximately 0.076 m.
**It follows that the final pressure of the air above the water in the tank A will be: 2.529 bar

**The final height of the air room will be .99m

Phase 3
Tank D (with Unlimited depth and width) surrounds Tank A and B with water. During Phase 1 and phase 2 , Valve C is closed.
Valve C is opened.

PROBLEM:
How does the air and water change in Tank A?

Initially Valves A, B, and E are closed.
Tank A and B are separated and each sealed from the atmosphere.
Tank A initially has 3' of air @ 40 psi
Tank C and Tank B initially contain air @ 32.476 psi
Pipe K is 12" id; initial air pressure is 32.476 psi

Phase 2

Valves A, B and E are opened.
**Combined pressures allow Tank C to fill with water pushing all Air into Tube B
Valves A, B and E are closed.
**As a conclusion, the final height of the water column after filling the tank C will get lower by approx. 0.076 m.
**It follows that the final pressure of the air above the water in the tank A will be: 2.529 bar
**The final height of the air room will be ...

Solution Summary

The initial valves separated for each sealed atmosphere is examined

Please refer to two attachments for full details including diagram.
Phase 1
Valve A, B, and E are closed.
Tank A and B are separated and each sealed from the atmosphere.
Tank A initially has 3' of air @ 40 psi
Tank C and Tank B initially contain air @ 32.476 psi
Pipe K is 12" id; initial air pressure is 32.476 p

A rigid tank contains 5 kg of an ideal gas at atm and 40° C. Now valve is open, and half of mass of the gas is allowed to escape. If the final pressure in the tank is 1.5 atm, what is the final temperature in the tank?

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Find a) The pressure at

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A closed tank full of a fluid of sp gr. 1.3 is accelerated downward at 2/3g and to the right at 1g. The dimensions of the tank are L=2.5m and H = 3m The tank is labeled as follows: Upper Left corner =D, Upper Right Corner =A , Lower Right Corner = B, Lower Left

Phase 1
Initially ALL Valves A, B, C, D, E and F are closed.
ALL Tanks A, B, C, D, E are separated and each sealed from the atmosphere.
Tank E initially has 3' of air @ 40 psi
Tank C and Tank B initially contain air @ 32.476 psi
Pipe K is 12" id; initial air pressure is 32.476 psi
Phase 2
Valve D is opened 1st
Valve F

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