phy

posted by .

An undersea research chamber is spherical with an external diameter of 5.80 m. The mass of the chamber, when occupied, is 68400 kg. It is anchored to the sea bottom by a cable. Calculate the following.
(a) the buoyant force on the chamber
N
(b) the tension in the cable
N

  • phy -

    bouyant force= volume*densitywater*g
    tension= bouyant force-mg

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. physics

    An undersea research chamber is spherical with an external diameter of 3.70 m. The mass of the chamber, when occupied, is 26000 kg. It is anchored to the sea bottom by a cable. What is the tension in the cable?
  2. Chemistry

    A 1.50 L portion of 0.100M sulfamic acid, HSO3NH2, is placed in the bottom of a 10.0 L glass lined stainless steel chamber. A dish containing 17.25g of solid NaNO2 is floated on the acid. A thin open ended U tube containing a pool …
  3. science very urgent need help

    An experiment is set up to test whether a particular insect prefer a dark or a bright environment. A chamber with a gradient in light intensity from one end (dark) to the other (bright) has been made. The experimental hypothesis is: …
  4. Chemistry

    A mouse is placed in a sealed chamber with air at 755.0 torr. This chamber is equipped with enough solid KOH to absorb any CO2 and H2O produced by the mouse. The gas volume in this chamber is measured to be exactly 1.70 L, the temperature …
  5. science

    An experiment is set up to test whether a particular insect prefer a dark or a bright environment. A chamber with a gradient in light intensity from one end (dark) to the other (bright) has been made. The experimental hypothesis is: …
  6. physics

    An undersea research chamber is spherical with an external diameter of 5.30m . The mass of the chamber, when occupied, is 78500kg . It is anchored to the sea bottom by a cable. The density of seawater is 1025 kg/m3. a) What is …
  7. physics

    Two chambers are filled with a fluid. The ceiling of chamber 1 is at the same level as the floor of chamber 2. The pressure at the floor of chamber 2 is 1.2 × 105 Pa. If the area of the ceiling of chamber 1 is 2.0 m2, what is the …
  8. Chemistry

    Could you show me where to start on solving this equation?
  9. Chemistry

    Could you show me where to start on solving this equation?
  10. Chemistry

    Could you show me where to start on solving this equation?

More Similar Questions