chaise
  • chaise
There is a dam with a volume of 49 cubic metres. Water flows out of this into one of the creeks. Salt water with salt content of 30kg/m3 flowed into the dam at 0.68m3/s and mixed with the fresh water. The mixed water flowed out at the same rate. Flag tail in the dam can tolerate salinity up to 14kg/m3. How long after the flow starts can the fish survive in the dam?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
volume = 49 cubic meter salt content = 30 kg/cubic meter rate of water flowed into the dam = 0.68 cubic meter/sec maximum salinity = 14 kg/cubic meter
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait, solving. just posted the given data to simply my solving :P lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops, "the mixed water flowed out at the same rate". lol

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anonymous
  • anonymous
use derivatives to solve this question. i am weak in derivatives so i quit. lol i
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anonymous
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oh gosh, mechanical engineer!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can solve for t using V=49m^3, C_0=30kg/m^3, Q=0.68m^3/s and C=14kg/m^3.
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
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I'm not...
anonymous
  • anonymous
oops,your writing look like those of mechanical engineering students :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
hehe, messy!

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