Answer to Question #23603 in Mechanics | Relativity for jayan
Please help me with& this simple logical problem. Suppose a 2 meters long pipe.<br>It's area of cross section is 1 meter square.The pipe is vertically placed.It's bottom end is closed.Inside the pipe, at the closed bottom end, there is 1 meter cube of air,closed with a disc. This disc is movable, like a piston in the cylinder.(The cylinder is the pipe.)<br>Now, I'm pressing on the disc downwards and compressing the air to 5 bar of pressure.(the volume of the air decreased.).<br>Now I'm pouring water on to the disc, 1000kg of water.<br>Now in the pipe,there is the compressed air at the very bottom, then the piston on it, and on the piston, filled with water of 1 meter height(1 meter cube,ie, 1 tone of weight).).<br>Now, if I release the pressure of the compressed air at the bottom SUDDENLY, to how much height the water column<br>will go up(will be shooted up) ?<br>Consider the atmospheric pressure which blocking downwards also.<br>PLEASE HELP
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