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A helium airship has a gasbag of volume 10200 m cubed (m^3) at sea level (100 kPa) and at 22 degrees Celsius.At higher altitudes, the air pressure falls a t a rate of 10 kPa for every 1000 m increase in altitude. a) what will be the volume of the gasbag at a height of 1800 m when the pilot's thermometer registers a temperature of 2 degrees Celsius ?


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  • b) the airship rises through the atmosphere until the volume of its gasbag is 10800 m cubed (m^3). The temperature is -4 degrees Celsius. Laiba commented almost 2 years ago
  • i) what is the pressure indicated by the pilot's barometer? Laiba commented almost 2 years ago
  • ii) calculate the height of the airship Laiba commented almost 2 years ago
  • Please repost this as another question. Leo commented almost 2 years ago