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uradnky

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## Homework Statement

http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll12/uradnky/fluid.jpg

I'm asked to solve for the force on the projected plane surface and show where it is acting.

This problem seems pretty easy, but with the dimensions given I can't find Lc, so I can't find dc to begin it.

Is this just a simple trig problem that I'm missing? Or should I let the just let the angled surface above the circular plane be a variable that will cancel out later?

If the angled surfaces above and below the circular window were equal in length, I think I could solve the problem. I am not sure if it is safe to assume this though.

Thanks.

EDIT : The DIAMETER of the circle is .45.

## Homework Equations

F = [tex]\gamma[/tex] dc A