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    Finding Frictional Resistance

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    Question: A hydraulic lift of the type commonly used for greasing automobiles consists of a 10,000 in diameter ram that slides in a 10,006 in diameter cylinder (as shown in the attachment), the annular space being filled with oil has a kinematic viscosity of 0.0038 ft^2/sec and a specific gravity of 0.83. If the rate of travel of the ram v is 0.5 fps, find the frictional resistance, F is when 6 ft of ram is engaged in the cylinder.

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    Solution:
    Because the diameter of the ram D = 10000 in = 10000/12 ft
    Length of ram L = 6 ft
    Therefore surface area of the ram in contact with cylinder
    A = ...

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