• anonymous
Force and length deflected of a spring in a cylinder containing a piston with 3 chambers of pressure? Here is a picture for reference P1=5000kPa P2=10000kPa P3=1000kPa A1=.0050m^2 A2=.0007069m^2 F1=25000N F2=7069N k=8kN/cm This is all the values I have so far. I was given the diameters of the cylinders which I converted to area which I then used to calculate force. I am not sure how to find the force of the spring or the third chamber and what the free body diagram should look like.
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