Our class is learning about hydrostatic water pressure and we have been told that we can calculate the force of the liquid on an object at any depth using "the density x 9.8 x the depth". However, as ...
Why do lighter objects float and denser sink? I understand this from the perspective that if the object can displace the equal mass of water it will float, but I wonder from the perspective of ...
If a servant lifts 10 cubic meter of liquid from a tank, which is at a depth of 40m . If the work done by him is 1600J, then find the density of the liquid (g = 10 m/s^2)
Is the answer C? Assume that you look at three objects that all float on water, but have different shapes and sizes. Which one has the greatest density? A.The object that has the largest fraction of ...
Problem: I have a cylindrical vessel of height $H$ and radius $R$. There are two liquid layers in the vessel. The first has density $D_1$ and height $h_1$, the second has density $D_2$ and height ...
I'm simulating electromigration in a copper wire using COMSOL and trying to see the back-stress caused by material transport. However, I do not see any stress growth. In other words, the atomic ...
I am trying to derive a formula to calculate the density of a irregulary shaped object. I can measure the (false) weight of the object in pure air (of known density), and the (false) weight of the ...