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A tank of cross section A contains a liquid of density up to a height H. There is a of cross section a, at the bottom of tank. The time in which the liquid is required to half is

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11 months ago

Arun
25141 Points
```							p { margin-bottom: 0.25cm; line-height: 120%; }Let v be the velocity at the surface of liquid. Then from continuity principle, velocity at the orifice will be 3v.From Bernouli's principle, we have,where P = atmospheric pressure,  is the density of the liquid.Solving above equation for v, we havedifferentiating both sides with respect to time, we get  Acceleration is negative as velocity is decreasing, as H is decreasing.Note, acceleration is constant, it does not depend on the value of H
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