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- Question : 1PP - Convert 1250 millimeters to meters.
- Question : 2PP - Convert 1600 square millimeters to square meters.
- Question : 3PP - Convert 3.65 * 103 cubic millimeters to cubic meters.
- Question : 4PP - Convert 2.05 square meters to square millimeters.
- Question : 5PP - Convert 0.391 cubic meters to cubic millimeters.
- Question : 6PP - Convert 55.0 gallons to cubic meters.
- Question : 7PP - An automobile is moving at 80 kilometers per hour. Calculate its speed in meters per second.
- Question : 8PP - Convert a length of 25.3 feet to meters
- Question : 9PP - Convert a distance of 1.86 miles to meters.
- Question : 10PP - Convert a length of 8.65 inches to millimeters.
- Question : 11PP - Convert a distance of 2580 feet to meters.
- Question : 12PP - Convert a volume of 480 cubic feet to cubic meters.
- Question : 13PP - Convert a volume of 7390 cubic centimeters to cubic meters.
- Question : 14PP - Convert a volume of 6.35 liters to cubic meters.
- Question : 15PP - Convert 6.0 feet per second to meters per second.
- Question : 16PP - Convert 2500 cubic feet per minute to cubic meters per second.
- Question : 17PP - A car travels 0.50 km in 10.6 s. Calculate its average speed in m/s.
- Question : 18PP - In an attempt at a land speed record, a car travels 1.50 km in 5.2 s. Calculate its average speed in km/h.
- Question : 19PP - A car travels 1000 ft in 14 s. Calculate its average speed in mi/h.
- Question : 20PP - In an attempt at a land speed record, a car travels 1 mi in 5.7 s. Calculate its average speed in mi/h.
- Question : 21PP - If a body moves 3.2 km in 4.7 min with constant acceleration, calculate the acceleration in m/s 2 .
- Question : 22PP - An object is dropped from a height of 13 m. Neglecting air resistance, how long would it take for the body to strike the ground? Use a = g = 9.81 m/s
- Question : 23PP - If a body moves 3.2 km in 4.7 min with constant acceleration, calculate the acceleration in ft/s 2 .
- Question : 24PP - An object is dropped from a height of 53 in. Neglecting air resistance, how long would it take for the body to strike the ground? Use a = g = 32.2 ft/s2 .
- Question : 25PP - Calculate the kinetic energy in N# m of a 15-kg mass if it has a velocity of 1.20 m/s
- Question : 26PP - Calculate the kinetic energy in N# m of a 3600-kg truck moving at 16 km/h.
- Question : 27PP - Calculate the kinetic energy in N# m of a 75-kg box moving on a conveyor at 6.85 m/s.
- Question : 28PP - Calculate the mass of a body in kg if it has a kinetic energy of 38.6 N# m when moving at 31.5 km/h.
- Question : 29PP - Calculate the mass of a body in g if it has a kinetic energy of 94.6 mN# m when moving at 2.25 m/s.
- Question : 30PP - Calculate the velocity in m/s of a 12-kg object if it has a kinetic energy of 15 N# m.
- Question : 31PP - Calculate the velocity in m/s of a 175-g body if it has a kinetic energy of 212 mN# m.
- Question : 32PP - Calculate the kinetic energy in ft-lb of a 1-slug mass if it has a velocity of 4 ft/s.
- Question : 33PP - Calculate the kinetic energy in ft-lb of an 8000-lb truck moving at 10 mi/h.
- Question : 34PP - Calculate the kinetic energy in ft-lb of a 150-lb box moving on a conveyor at 20 ft/s.
- Question : 35PP - Calculate the mass of a body in slugs if it has a kinetic energy of 15 ft-lb when moving at 2.2 ft/s.
- Question : 36PP - Calculate the weight of a body in lb if it has a kinetic energy of 38.6 ft-lb when moving at 19.5 mi/h.
- Question : 37PP - Calculate the velocity in ft/s of a 30-lb object if it has a kinetic energy of 10 ft-lb.
- Question : 38PP - Calculate the velocity in ft/s of a 6-oz body if it has a kinetic energy of 30 in-oz.
- Question : 39PP - If a pitcher has allowed 39 runs during 141 innings, calculate the ERA.
- Question : 40PP - A pitcher has an ERA of 3.12 runs/game and has pitched 150 innings. How many earned runs has the pitcher allowed?
- Question : 41PP - A pitcher has an ERA of 2.79 runs/game and has allowed 40 earned runs. How many innings have been pitched?
- Question : 42PP - A pitcher has allowed 49 earned runs during 123 innings. Calculate the ERA.
- Question : 43PP - Compute the pressure produced in the oil in a closed cylinder by a piston exerting a force of 2500 lb on the enclosed oil. The piston has a diameter of 3.00 in.
- Question : 44PP - A hydraulic cylinder must be able to exert a force of 8700 lb. The piston diameter is 1.50 in. Compute the required pressure in the oil.
- Question : 45PP - Compute the pressure produced in the oil in a closed cylinder by a piston exerting a force of 12.0 kN on the enclosed oil. The piston has a diameter of 75 mm.
- Question : 46PP - A hydraulic cylinder must be able to exert a force of 38.8 kN. The piston diameter is 40 mm. Compute the required pressure in the oil.
- Question : 47PP - The hydraulic lift for an automobile service garage has a cylinder with a diameter of 8.0 in. What pressure must the oil have to be able to lift 6000 lb?
- Question : 48PP - A coining press is used to produce commemorative coins with the likenesses of all the U.S. presidents. The coining process requires a force of 18 000 lb. The hydraulic cylinder has a diameter of 2.50 in. Compute the required oil pressure.
- Question : 49PP - The maximum pressure that can be developed for a certain fluid power cylinder is 20.5 MPa. Compute the force it can exert if its piston diameter is 50 mm.
- Question : 50PP - The maximum pressure that can be developed for a certain fluid power cylinder is 6000 psi. Compute the force it can exert if its piston diameter is 2.00 in.
- Question : 51PP - The maximum pressure that can be developed for a certain fluid power cylinder is 5000 psi. Compute the required diameter for the piston if the cylinder must exert a force of 20 000 lb.
- Question : 52PP - The maximum pressure that can be developed for a certain fluid power cylinder is 15.0 MPa. Compute the required diameter for the piston if the cylinder must exert a force of 30 kN.
- Question : 53PP - A line of fluid power cylinders has a range of diameters in 1.00-in increments from 1.00 to 8.00 in. Compute the force that could be exerted by each cylinder with a fluid pressure of 500 psi. Draw a graph of the force versus cylinder diameter.
- Question : 54PP - A line of fluid power cylinders has a range of diameters in 1.00-in increments from 1.00 to 8.00 in. Compute the pressure required by each cylinder if it must exert a force of 5000 lb. Draw a graph of the pressure versus cylinder diameter.
- Question : 55PP - Determine your weight in newtons. Then, compute the pressure in pascals that would be created on the oil in a 20-mm-diameter cylinder if you stood on a piston in the cylinder. Convert the resulting pressure to psi
- Question : 56PP - For the pressure you computed in Problem 1.55, compute the force in newtons that could be exerted on a piston with 250-mm diameter. Then, convert the resulting force to pounds.
- Question : 57PP - Compute the pressure change required to cause a decrease in the volume of ethyl alcohol by 1.00 percent. Express the result in both psi and Mpa
- Question : 58PP - Compute the pressure change required to cause a decrease in the volume of mercury by 1.00 percent. Express the result in both psi and MPa.
- Question : 59PP - Compute the pressure change required to cause a decrease in the volume of machine oil by 1.00 percent. Express the result in both psi and MPa.
- Question : 60PP - For the conditions described in Problem 1.59, assume that the 1.00-percent volume change occurred in a cylinder with an inside diameter of 1.00 in and a length of 12.00 in. Compute the axial distance the piston would travel as the volume change occurs.
- Question : 61PP - A certain hydraulic system operates at 3000 psi. Compute the percentage change in the volume of the oil in the system as the pressure is increased from zero to 3000 psi if the oil is similar to the machine oil listed in Table 1.4 .
- Question : 62PP - A certain hydraulic system operates at 20.0 MPa. Compute the percentage change in the volume of the oil in the system if the oil is similar to the machine oil listed in Table 1.4 .
- Question : 63PP - A measure of the stiffness of a linear actuator system is the amount of force required to cause a certain linear deflection. For an actuator that has an inside diameter of 0.50 in and a length of 42.0 in and that is filled with machine oil, compute the stiffness in lb/in.
- Question : 64PP - Repeat Problem 1.63 but change the length of the cylinder to 10.0 in. Compare the results.
- Question : 65PP - Repeat Problem 1.63 but change the cylinder diameter to 2.00 in. Compare the results.
- Question : 66PP - Using the results of Problems 1.63
- Question : 67PP - Calculate the mass of a can of oil if it weighs 610 N.
- Question : 68PP - Calculate the mass of a tank of gasoline if it weighs 1.35 kN
- Question : 69PP - Calculate the weight of 1 m 3 of kerosene if it has a mass of 825 kg.
- Question : 70PP - Calculate the weight of a jar of castor oil if it has a mass of 450 g.
- Question : 71PP - Calculate the mass of 1 gal of oil if it weighs 7.8 lb.
- Question : 72PP - Calculate the mass of 1 ft3 of gasoline if it weighs 42.0 lb.
- Question : 73PP - Calculate the weight of 1 ft3 of kerosene if it has a mass of 1.58 slugs.
- Question : 74PP - Calculate the weight of 1 gal of water if it has a mass of 0.258 slug
- Question : 75PP - Assume that a man weighs 160 lb (force). a. Compute his mass in slugs. b. Compute his weight in N. c. Compute his mass in kg.
- Question : 76PP - In the United States, hamburger and other meats are sold by the pound. Assuming that this is 1.00-lb force, compute the mass in slugs, the mass in kg, and the weight in N.
- Question : 77PP - The metric ton is 1000 kg (mass). Compute the force in newtons required to lift it
- Question : 78PP - Convert the force found in Problem 1.77 to lb.
- Question : 79PP - Determine your weight in lb and N and your mass in slugs and kg.
- Question : 80PP - The specific gravity of benzene is 0.876. Calculate its specific weight and its density in SI units
- Question : 81PP - Air at 16
- Question : 82PP - Carbon dioxide has a density of 1.964 kg/m 3 at 0
- Question : 83PP - A certain medium lubricating oil has a specific weight of 8.860 kN/m 3 at 5C and 8.483 kN/m 3 at 50C. Calculate its specific gravity at each temperature.
- Question : 84PP - At 100C mercury has a specific weight of 130.4 kN/m 3 . What volume of the mercury would weigh 2.25 kN?
- Question : 85PP - A cylindrical can 150 mm in diameter is filled to a depth of 100 mm with a fuel oil. The oil has a mass of 1.56 kg. Calculate its density, specific weight, and specific gravity.
- Question : 86PP - Glycerin has a specific gravity of 1.258. How much would 0.50 m 3 of glycerin weigh? What would be its mass?
- Question : 87PP - The fuel tank of an automobile holds 0.095 m 3 . If it is full of gasoline having a specific gravity of 0.68, calculate the weight of the gasoline.
- Question : 88PP - The density of muriatic acid is 1200 kg/m 3 . Calculate its specific weight and its specific gravity.
- Question : 89PP - Liquid ammonia has a specific gravity of 0.826. Calculate the volume of ammonia that would weigh 22.0 N .
- Question : 90PP - Vinegar has a density of 1080 kg/m 3 . Calculate its specific weight and its specific gravity.
- Question : 91PP - Methyl alcohol has a specific gravity of 0.789. Calculate its density and its specific weight
- Question : 92PP - A cylindrical container is 150 mm in diameter and weighs 2.25 N when empty. When filled to a depth of 200 mm with a certain oil, it weighs 35.4 N. Calculate the specific gravity of the oil.
- Question : 93PP - A storage vessel for gasoline (sg = 0.68) is a vertical cylinder 10 m in diameter. If it is filled to a depth of 6.75 m, calculate the weight and mass of the gasoline.
- Question : 94PP - What volume of mercury (sg = 13.54) would weigh the same as 0.020 m 3 of castor oil, which has a specific weight of 9.42 kN/m 3 ?
- Question : 95PP - A rock has a specific gravity of 2.32 and a volume of 1.42 * 10-4 m3 . How much does it weigh?
- Question : 96PP - The specific gravity of benzene is 0.876. Calculate its specific weight and its density in U.S. Customary System units.
- Question : 97PP - Air at 59F and standard atmospheric pressure has a specific weight of 0.0765 lb/ft 3 . Calculate its density
- Question : 98PP - Carbon dioxide has a density of 0.003 81 slug/ft 3 at 32F. Calculate its specific weight.
- Question : 99PP - A certain medium lubricating oil has a specific weight of 56.4 lb/ft 3 at 40F and 54.0 lb/ft 3 at 120F. Calculate its specific gravity at each temperature.
- Question : 100PP - At 212F mercury has a specific weight of 834 lb/ft 3 . What volume of the mercury would weigh 500 lb?
- Question : 101PP - One gallon of a certain fuel oil weighs 7.50 lb. Calculate its specific weight, its density, and its specific gravity.
- Question : 102PP - Glycerin has a specific gravity of 1.258. How much would 50 gal of glycerin weigh?
- Question : 103PP - The fuel tank of an automobile holds 25.0 gal. If it is full of gasoline having a density of 1.32 slugs/ft 3 , calculate the weight of the gasoline.
- Question : 104PP - The density of muriatic acid is 1.20 g/cm 3 . Calculate its density in slugs/ft 3 , its specific weight in lb/ft 3 , and its specific gravity. (Note that specific gravity and density in g/cm 3 are numerically equal.)
- Question : 105PP - Liquid ammonia has a specific gravity of 0.826. Calculate the volume in cm 3 that would weigh 5.0 lb.
- Question : 106PP - Vinegar has a density of 1.08 g/cm 3 . Calculate its specific weight in lb/ft 3 .
- Question : 107PP - Alcohol has a specific gravity of 0.79. Calculate its density both in slugs/ft 3 and g/cm 3
- Question : 108PP - A cylindrical container has a 6.0-in diameter and weighs 0.50 lb when empty. When filled to a depth of 8.0 in with a certain oil, it weighs 7.95 lb. Calculate the specific gravity of the oil.
- Question : 109PP - A storage vessel for gasoline (sg = 0.68) is a vertical cylinder 30 ft in diameter. If it is filled to a depth of 22 ft, calculate the number of gallons in the tank and the weight of the gasoline.
- Question : 110PP - How many gallons of mercury (sg = 13.54) would weigh the same as 5 gal of castor oil, which has a specific weight of 59.69 lb/ft 3 ?
- Question : 111PP - A rock has a specific gravity of 2.32 and a volume of 8.64 in 3 . How much does it weigh?
- Question : 112PP - A village of 75 people desires a tank to store a 3-day supply of water. If the average daily usage per person is 1.7 gal, determine the required size of the tank in cubic feet.
- Question : 113PP - A cylindrical tank has a diameter of 38 in with its axis vertical. Determine the depth of fluid in the tank when it is holding 85 gal of fluid.
- Question : 114PP - What is the required rate, in N/min, to empty a tank containing 80 N of fluid in 5 s?
- Question : 115PP - An empty tank measuring 1.5 m by 2.5 m on the bottom is filled at a rate of 60 L/min. Determine the time required for the fluid to reach a depth of 25 cm.
- Question : 116PP - A tank that is 2 ft in diameter and 18 in tall is to be filled with a fluid in 90 s. Determine the required fill rate in gal/min.
- Question : 117PP - A standard pump design can be upgraded to higher efficiency for an additional capital investment of $17,000. What is the period for payback if the upgrade saves 7500 $/year?
- Question : 118PP - What is the annual cost to run a 2 HP system if it is to run continuously and the cost for energy is 0.10 $/kW-hr?
- Question : 119PP - Determine the displacement, in liters, for one revolution of a pump with a 75-mm diameter piston and 100 mm-stroke.
- Question : 120PP - Determine the flow rate, in m 3 /hr, for another pump that has a displacement of 2.2 L/revolution is run at 80 revolutions/min (rpm).
- Question : 121PP - At what speed, in rpm, does a single cylinder pump with a 1.0-in diameter piston and a 2.5-in stroke need to be run to provide 20 gal/min of flow

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