I posted a similar question here yesterday and was extremely impressed with the extremely quick and accurate response from e^(i*pi)
I have a similar but slightly more complicated question.
Given a horizontal cylindrical tank (i.e. where the circular end is in the vertical plane), with two hemispherical ends, a known diameter d, the length of the cylinder and containing a known volume of liquid, what is the height of the liquid h from the base of the tank?
See attached picture where being hemispherical ends the distance s = 1/2 the tank diameter d.
How should the formula be modified for non hemispherical ends where the distance s < tank radius, (i.e. an elliptical end), and secondly where the ends are conical?
Usual thanks in advance