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1. Steam Engine

I guess no one knows this, well thanks for the help on the other parts guys =)
2. Steam Engine

Ohh ok thanks, I fixed it, now to find the energy by the steam...would you help me with that as well?
3. Steam Engine

Ohh, ok so the force would be, F = P*A F = 1.5*(pi*r^2) F = 0.00471 So now for torque: t = r * F t = (0.2m+0.1m) * 0.00471 t = 0.200047 Lastly sigma t = I*a a = sigma t/I a = 0.108025 OK this sounds like a more reasonable answer thanks for the help. Now I only need to...
4. Steam Engine

pressure: Force/Area
5. Steam Engine

Sorry for bringing this up again, but I cant find the force due to the pressures. Can someone tell me how to find it please, no need for a blunt answer, but a formula to use would do just as well? After this I am pretty sure I can finish the problem on my own.
6. Steam Engine

Hmm, ok I will try to find it, so I guess what I did was wrong then. Well cool, I'll post if I come across any other problems.
7. Steam Engine

Homework Statement Info on object: Mass = 10kg Radius = 0.20m Lenght of spouts = 0.10m above surface of sphere. (The two spouts can be considered massless.) The sphere is hollow and looks like this. The pressure inside is 1.5 atm and the pressure outside is 1.0atm...
8. A Quick Question about Inertia

Great, thanks for the reply, I just wanted to double check.
9. A Quick Question about Inertia

Hey so I got stuck on this question and was wondering if I can get some help. I got up to part c, but I am not sure about it. Also for part a I am not sure if I used the right equations for Inertia. Here it is. Homework Statement An object in the shape of a square with a circle cut in the...