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    Fluid pressure 2

    It seems make sense. 10kg = 0.01 cubic meters of water.Using Vol to cal the cylinder height:X = 127.48mY = 0.32mIs that correct?
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    Fluid pressure 2

    Hi, I have a pipe connects to a container's outlet. The container contains water and the pipe is open-ended. When a 10Kg object is placed inside the container and compress the water. Can you tell me how to calculate the displacement of X and Y? What principle or formula should I use? Thanks,
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    Fluid pressure

    Thanks for the reply. Assuming the weight of the "KG" is just enough to push the container water level down from the initial level to the outlet level of Fig B. Will X1 raise lower than X2? In Fig A, the vol between the initial level to the pipe outlet is greater than Fig B, does it make the "KG" harder to push the container water level down?
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    Fluid pressure

    Hi, I have a pipe connects to a container. The container contains water and a heavy weight compresses the water stored inside the container. The heavy weight will force the water move up through the pipe. Does the pipe connection level affect the height level of the water inside the pipe? In Fig. A, the pipe is connected to the bottom of the container; in Fig. B, the pipe is connected to a higher location. Will X2 raise higher than X1 or will they be the same? Thanks,