Hey! Yesterday I was on the Czech Physics Olympiad. There were many examples. To one, however, I did not invent anything, because I don't learn Hydrodynamics to much. I want to understand it better, so I want to ask you how you calculate it, please. I'm sorry, I did not give my progress here, but I have not it, because I do not know much about Hydrodynamics. I spent two hours thinking but I did not invent it. So... example: Liquefied gas flowing in a pipeline. You want to close the pipeline. To close the pipeline you must close a valve (move plate across pipeline). - in a large reservoir, where pipeline is connected, the pressure is 2 MPa - valve (plate) has a thickness 10 cm - pipe has a square cross section with a side length 1 m - liquefied gas has a density 480 kg/m3 and and flow 20 m3/s What is the value of work to close the valve? Thanks... And if you don't understand me, write, i will try to write it better.