
A rectangular tank measures 16mx15mx6m. How many tonnes of oil of RD 0.78 can it hold?
SOLUTION:
Given : L =16m , B = 15m, H = 6m, RD=0.78
Volume of rectangle =(LxBxH)
=16x15x6
=1440m3
We know that :
Density = Mass /Volume
0.78 =Mass/1440m^{3}
Hence, Mass =1123.2 tonnes

A cylindrical tank of diameter 8m is 10m high.400t of oil of RD 0.9 is poured in to it. Find the ullage, assuming π to be 3.1416.
SOLUTION:
Given: Diameter = 8m,
Radius = (d/2)m
=(8/2)m
=4m
Height =10m
Mass = 400t
RD =0.9
We know that:
Volume of the cylindrical tank = π^{2}h
= 3.1416 x 4 x 4 x 10
=502.656m^{3}
We know that:
Density = (Mass/Volume)
0.9 = 400/ (Volume of the oil)
Hence, Volume of the oil = 400/0.9
=444.44m^{3}
Depth of oil = volume/area
Area of cylinder =( π^{2}r)
=(3.1416 x 4 x 4)
=502656m^{3}
We can calculate Depth of oil = (volume of oil)/ ( area of cylinder)
= (444. 44)/(50.2656 )
=8.8418 m
Hence, ullage = (10 – 8.8418) =1.1582m
 A tank of 2400m^{3} volume and 12 depth, has vertical side and horizontal bottom. Find how many tonnes of oil of RD 0.7 it can hold, allowing 2% of the tank for the expansion .state the ullage of loading.
Solution :
Given :
Volume of the tank = 2400m^{3}
Depth of tank =12m
RD =0.7
According to question 2% of the volume is allowed for expansion.
As we know that
Density = Mass/ Volume
Since volume =(L x B x H)
= 2400m^{3}( given )
So, Area = (volume / depth)
= (2400/12)
=200m^{2}
Mass = ( volume x density)
Mass = (2400×0.7)
=1680 t
Since 2% of the volume of the tank allowed for expansion
= (2/100) x 2400
= 48m^{3}
Volume of the oil = (volume of the tank – free space )
= ( 2400 48)
= 2352 m^{3}
Mass of the oil = (volume x density)
=2352 x 0.7
Depth of oil = (volume of oil /area)
= 2352/(L x B)
= (2352/ 200)
=11.76 m
Hence, Ullage = (1211.76)
= 0.24m.
 A tank 10m deep has vertical sides .its bottom consist of triangle 12mx12mx10m. find the mass of oil (of RD0.800) to be loaded , allowing 3 % of the volume of oil loaded for expansion. State the ullage on completion of loading.
Solution:
Depth of the tank = 10m
L, B, H, of triangle = (12 x 12 x 12
RD = 0.8
Allowing, 3% of the volume of the oil loaded for expansion.
Area of the triangle = 1/2 (base x height)
In triangle PQR, RQ in the height which divide the base at same length.
So In triangle PSR
SR^{2} =PR^{2} –PS^{2}
= (12^{2}– 5^{2})
= (144 25)
=119
So, SR = 10.9m
So area of the triangle = 1/2 (10×10.9)
=54.5m^{2}
Volume of the tank = (10 x54.5)
= 545m^{3}
Now, volume of the oil = (Total volume free space)
let ‘V’ be the volume of the oil
545 = (V + 3/100 x V)
545 = (V + 3V/ 100)
545 = (103V /100)
V = (545 x 100) /103
V = 529.126m^{3}
Mass of the oil = (density x volume)
= 0.8 x 529.126
=423.3 t
Depth of the oil = (volume of oil)/(area)
= (529.126 /54.5)
= 9.7087m
Ullage = ( 10 – 9.708)
= 0.292m

A rectangular tank measuring 25mx 12m x8m has an ullage pipe projecting 0.3m above the tank top. find the mass of SW in the tank when the ullage is 3.3m.
Solution :
Volume of the rectangular tank = ( L x B x H)
= (25 x 12 x 8 )
Pipe above the tank top is 0.3m
Ullage inside the tank = (3.3 – 0.3)
= 3m
Depth of the SW = (8 – 3)
= 5m
Volume of the SW = (L x B x H )
= ( 25 x12 x5)
= 1500 m^{3}
Mass of the SW = (volume x density)
= (1500 x1.025)
= 1537.5 t

A rectangular tank measures 30mx 16mx 14m. It has an ullage pipe projecting 0.5m above its top. Oil of RD 0.78 is to be loaded . The pipe line leading from the refinery to the ship is 10km long and 40cm in diameter. At the time of completion, all the oil in pipeline has to be taken. find at what ullage the valve at the refinery end must be shut so that the final ullage in the ship’s tank would be 0.78m. State also, the mass of oil loaded finally. (Assume π to be 3.1416).
Given :
The volume of the rectangular tank = (L x B x H)
=(30 x16 x14)
Ullage pipe projecting above its top = 0.5m
RD of oil = 0.78
The length of the pipe line from tank to the ship = 10km
= 10000m
The diameter of the pipe = (d)
= 40cm
Hence, radius = (40 /2 )
= 20cm
Volume of the tank = (L x B x H)
= (30m x16m x14m)
=6720m^{3}
Area = (L x B)
= (30 x 16)
= 480m^{2}
The total ullage =0.78m
So ,ullage inside the tank = (0.78 – 0.50)
= 0.28m
If ullage inside the tank = 0.25m,The depth of oil to be loaded is
= (14 0.28) m
=13.72m
Volume of the oil = (L x B x D)
=( 30x 16x 13.72)m
= 6585.6 m^{3}
Mass of the oil to be load = (volume x density)
= (6585.6 x 0.78)
= 5136.768 t
Now , volume of oil in the pipe = (πr^{2}h)
=(3.1416 x 0.2 x 0.2 x 10000)
=1256.64m^{3}
Depth of oil when it poured in to the tank = (volume /area)
= (1256.64 /480)
= 2.618m
Depth of the tank without the pipe line oil = (13.72 2.618)
= 11.102m
Thus the ullage will be = (14 11.102)
= 2.898m
Exact ullage where pump should be shut = (2.898 + 0.5)m
= 3.398m.

A tank with a horizontal base and vertical sides is 10m deep and has rectangular trunkway 1m high. The volume of the tank alone is 8000m3 and that of the trunkway 500m^{3} . Find the ullage when 5320t of vegetable oil of RD 0.7 is loaded.
Given :
The depth of tank = 10m
Height of the trunkway = 1m
Volume of the tank alone =8000m^{3}
Volume of the trunkway = 500m^{3}
The mass of the oil =5320 t
RD =0.7
We know that :
Density = (mass /volume)
Volume = mass /density
= (5320 /0.7)
= 7600m^{3}
Depth of oil = (volume /area)
= (7600/800)
=9.5m
Ullage insides the tank = (10 – 9.5)
=0.5m
Total ullage = (1 +0 .5)
= 1.5m.

A rectangular tank has a total depth of 21m and volume of 20600 m^{3}, which includes of trunkway of depth 1m and volume 600m^{3}. find the ullage when 16320 t of oil of RD 0.8 is loaded.
Given :
The total depth of tank =21m
Volume of the tank = 20600m^{3}
The height of the trunkway = 1m
Volume of the trunkway = 600m^{3}
Oil loaded = 16320t
RD= 0.8
The height of the tank = (211)
= 20m
Volume of the tank= (20600 – 600)
=20000m^{3}
Area of tank = (20000 /20)
=10000m^{2}
Volume of the oil = (mass /density)
=(1620 /0.8)
= 20400 m^{3}
Hence, Volume of the oil inside the trunkway = (Total volume of the oil – volume of the tank)
= (20400 – 20000)
=400m^{3}
Depth of the oil = (volume /area)
= (400/600)
= 0.66m
Hence, Ullage = (1 0.66)
= 0.33m

A rectangular tank has a total depth of 10.5m and volume 8200m3, which include a trunkway of depth 0.5 m and volume 200m^{3} . find the mass of oil of oil of RD 0.8 loaded and the ullage, if 2% of the volume of the tank is left for expansion.
Given :
Depth of the tank is = 10.5m
Volume of the tank = 8200m^{3}
Depth of the trunkway = 0.5m
Volume of the trunkway = 200m^{3}
RD of the oil = 0.8
According to question, 2% of the tank volume left for expansion .
Volume of the tank alone = (8200200)
= 8000m^{3}
Height of the tank alone = (10.5 0.5)
= 10 m
2% of the volume of the tank left for expansion .
= (2/100 x 8200)
=164m^{3}
Volume of the oil to be load = (8200 164)
=8036 m^{3}
Mass of oil to be load = ( volume x density)
= (8036 x 0.8)
= 6428.8t
Volume of the trunkway = (L x B x 0.5)
= 200m^{3} ( given)
We can calculate Area as = (200 /0.5)
=400m^{2 }
Volume of the free space = ullage= (volume of the free space)/(area)
= (164/ 400)m
=0.41m.

A rectangular tank has a total depth of 21m and volume 10250m^{3} which include a trunkway of trunkway of depth 1m and volume 250m3. Oil of RD 0.9 is to be loaded for expansion. find the mass of oil to be loaded and the final ullage.
Given :
Total depth of the tank =21m
Total volume of the tank =10250m^{3}
RD =0.9
According to question , Space left for expansion is
=(3% of the volume of the oil)
Let ‘v’ be the volume of the oil
3 /100 x v = volume of free space
(Volume of free space) + (volume of oil) = (volume of tank)
( 3/100 x v + v ) = 10250m^{3}
(3v /100 + v) = 10250m^{3}
(103v /100) = 10250m^{3}
V = (10250×100 /103)
= 9951.456m^{3}
Volume of the free space = (10000 9951.456) m^{3}
= 48.544m^{3}
Depth of the free space = (volume / area )
= (48.544 /500)
= 0.0970m
Hence , final Ullage =( 1.0 + 0.0970)
= 1.097m .
you are right
In Q9 I found ullage by subtracting
Total depth – Depth of oil
I got 0.21m but by using your method answer is coming correct..can you please explain me?
Got its!!
It’s very helpful for me ..thank you sir
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In Q8 area of tank should be 1000m2 not 10000m2