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Now consider the door to the A330. Assume the door is 3.0 ft wide and 6.0 ft tall, measured from the top edge straight down to the bottom edge. Its radius of 6.0 ft matches the aircraft body.The airline pressurizes the cabin to ICAO standard pressure at 5,000 ft. The aircraft cruises at an elevation of 40,000 ft.Hint, see Canvas, Week 1, Fluid Property Tables. Part A What is the magnitude of the resultant horizontal hydrostatic force on the door? [lb] Part B What is the location of the resultant hydrostatic force on the door?
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