Answer to Question #121970 in Civil and Environmental Engineering for Ayush

Question #121970
The two pipes A and B are at the same elevation. In pipe A, water is present and rises in the
tube to a level 63 in above pipe A. An oil is contained in B.
The inverted U-tube is filled with gas at 12 psi and 800
F. Atmospheric pressure is 15.68 psia.
(a). Calculate the difference in pressure between pipe A and B if the manometer reading is 12 in. Show
the answer in psi.
(b). Calculate the absolute pressure in B in inches of mercury, and feet of oil (s = 0.87)
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