Due to the given strong inequality, you can neglect the kinetic energy of the cylinder itself, as well as the kinetic energy of the water everywhere outside the narrow gap between the floor and the bottom of the cylinder. So, for the kinetic energy, you can keep only the kinetic energy of water inside the gap. (Of course, for a nice solution, you would still need to show that this approximation is valid.)

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