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To keep the size of a manometer to a manageable level

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the diameter of the manometer tube is increased

the diameter of the manometer tube is decreased

heavy fluids are used if large pressure differences are expected

only small pressures can be measured

 

There are four fundamental kinematic properties of fluid motion and deformation. They are

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rate of translation, rate of vorticity, linear strain rate and shear strain rate

rate of translation, rate of rotation, linear strain rate and shear strain rate

rate of translation, rate of rotation, linear strain rate and shear stress rate

rate of deformation, rate of rotation, linear strain rate and shear strain rate

 

The complete description of the resultant hydrostatic force acting on a submerged surface requires the determination of

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the magnitude, direction and line of action of the force

the magnitude, direction and moment generated by the force

the magnitude, line of action and moment generated by the force

the magnitude and line of action of the force

 

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