# Worksheet-Work Done in Fluid Systems

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Worksheet-Work Done in Fluid Systems

1. What is the work done to fill a tank if the tank has a volume of 1000 cubic feet? The discharge tank is
located 125 ft above the intake level. The weight density of water is 62.4 lb/ft3.

2. Find the pressure difference if the height of a tank of water is 75 ft.

3. Find the work done to fill a tank where the height difference between intake valve and the outtake valve
is 90 ft. The tank has a volume of 2500 cubic feet.

4. Find the work done by a hydraulic cylinder that moves the piston 8 cm horizontally. The fluid pressure
is 45,000 N/m2. The area of the piston face is 11 cm2.

5. Find the volume of the fluid displaced as a piston moves 5 cm and the cross-sectional area is 8.5 cm2.

6. Find the work done by a cylinder where it moves the piston 6 cm. The fluid pressure is 30,000 N/m2 and
the cross-sectional area is 13 cm2.

Worksheet-Work Done in Fluid Systems

1. What is the work done to fill a tank if the tank has a volume of 1000 cubic feet? The discharge tank is
located 125 ft above the intake level. The weight density of water is 62.4 lb/ft3.

2. Find the pressure difference if the height of a tank of water is 75 ft.

3. Find the work done to fill a tank where the height difference between intake valve and the outtake valve
is 90 ft. The tank has a volume of 2500 cubic feet.

4. Find the work done by a hydraulic cylinder that moves the piston 8 cm horizontally. The fluid pressure
is 45,000 N/m2. The area of the piston face is 11 cm2.

5. Find the volume of the fluid displaced as a piston moves 5 cm and the cross-sectional area is 8.5 cm2.

6. Find the work done by a cylinder where it moves the piston 6 cm. The fluid pressure is 30,000 N/m2 and
the cross-sectional area is 13 cm2.

Worksheet-Work Done in Fluid Systems

1. What is the work done to fill a tank if the tank has a volume of 1000 cubic feet? The discharge tank is
located 125 ft above the intake level. The weight density of water is 62.4 lb/ft3.

2. Find the pressure difference if the height of a tank of water is 75 ft.

3. Find the work done to fill a tank where the height difference between intake valve and the outtake valve
is 90 ft. The tank has a volume of 2500 cubic feet.

4. Find the work done by a hydraulic cylinder that moves the piston 8 cm horizontally. The fluid pressure
is 45,000 N/m2. The area of the piston face is 11 cm2.

5. Find the volume of the fluid displaced as a piston moves 5 cm and the cross-sectional area is 8.5 cm2.

6. Find the work done by a cylinder where it moves the piston 6 cm. The fluid pressure is 30,000 N/m2 and
the cross-sectional area is 13 cm2.

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