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Curved Surface - ( Part - I) ( in English)
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This lesson throws light on curved surfaces.

Harshit Aggarwal
Cleared UPSC ESE twice with Rank 63 and 90 in mechanical engg. Got 99 percentile in GATE. Cracked ONGC, BHEL,ISRO, SAIL, GAIL successfully

Unacademy user
Previously they were dealing with one lead, but now they turned to two(1+1)....So how to differentiate and Is that similarly important? As per above query,How to manage time as well??
Rahul Agrawal
2 years ago
See it will depend everyday. You cant generalise it. So if both are important then ill be dealing with both of them. Keep watching

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  3. CURVED SURFACE Bc and DE are curved Surfaces NOTE Curved Suyfase Subjected to kwo hyd aostatic componenks 1 Hoizantal component C) vertical Componant Cv 60 62.

  4. HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL COMPONENT Fi Fxvetical Conbonent ts the rm al forte due to hyd>ostatic pvessure , s the weight of fhe Auid suppo!ted bd the where he veytical depth Fom ree 0aky Surfa ce to the centoid of he progeckd plane o rea tength

  5. QUESTION Determine the following for the curved surface BC and as shown in figure I. Centroid of the curved surface 2. Horizontal hydrostatic force 3. Vertical component of hydrostatic force 3m Realtant of tydrsttic force and its poaition or Total Pressure Moment of vertical hydrostatic force component about the plane C Moment of horizontal hydrostatic forces. 5. 60 6. TITRII 82.

  6. SOLUTION I. Centroid of the curved surface curved surface B H-3m 1Bc BC C.

  7. SOLUTION 2. Horizontal force on BC BC BC P- X 1x2 unit dth 8OKN methe width

  8. SOLUTION 3. Vertical component of hydrostatic force tv suppmted e cuved R 4

  9. SOLUTION 4. Resultant force on curved surface 802 41.422 FH

  10. SOLUTION Ah 5 and 6. Moment of hydrostatic forces (BC) H-3m BC 77.572 kNm Gi P. (F )c 8C (3+2) 408 = 73.6 kNm