Fluid oscillations in V-tube

ljeonjko

1. Homework Statement
Basically, the goal of the "project" is to find the equation for oscillation of a "fractionless" fluid in a v-shaped tube, regarding the angle. I know how to solve the same problem regarding a u-shaped tube, but in this case, I can't figure out where to place the angle in the equation... Does the angle even affect the osciallations at all? From where I am now, it seems like it doesn't, but I doubt that's true. Any help is appreciated, thank you :) 2. Homework Equations
Simple harmonic motion equation.

3. The Attempt at a Solution
So, I'm currently at w(angular frequency)=sqrt[2*g/(hl+hd/cos(angle)].... is that right?

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ljeonjko

does anyone have a clue?

anybody?

ljeonjko

Nvm guys, figured it out... thx for nothing. :)

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