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From what we've learned so far, we know that the pressure the fluid exerts on the sides of the

container is the same everywhere.

If they were not, the fluid would no longer be static.

Now we exert a force somewhere on the outside of the container. What can we expect will

happen to the pressure inside the container

Well, for starters, it makes sense to say that the pressure will increase.

!he important part is that, according to Pascal's Principle, the pressure will increase

everywhere in the fluid, not "ust where you are applying the force.

Application of Pascal's Principle

#robably the most easily understood example of #ascal's principle at work is when a hydraulic lift $like

in a mechanics garage% lifts up a large mass.

&n one side we have a small cylinder $filled with an

incompressible li'uid% with a piston. !his is where we will

exert a force downwards.

P=

F

(

A

(

!his is connected by a pipe to another, larger cylinder, with a large piston, where the large

mass will be lifted by a force upwards.

P=

F

)

A

)

*ccording to #ascal's

principle, the change on

both sides must be the

same.

If +# is the same,

then we can

combine the two

formulas from

above into one

e'uation...

P= P

F

(

A

(

=

F

)

A

)

(,)-,)../ 0 studyphysics.ca #age ( of ) , 1ection 2.(

We don't care what the original

pressure was in the cylinder, only

that the force we are exerting now

causes a change in pressure.

Illustration 1: A hydraulic lift works according to Pascal's principle.

Large Cylinder

F

1

A

1

fluid flow

F

2

A

2

Sall

Cylinder

1ince *

)

3 *

(

, then F

)

3 F

(

for the two sides to be e'ual. !his "ust means that we can exert a

small force on the small piston and get a bigger force on the big piston.

4oes this sound like getting something for nothing It isn't, if you keep a few ideas in mind.

First of all, even though we only push the small piston with a small force, we have to push it a

big distance down. &n the other side the large piston has a large force up, but it only moves a

small distance up.

!his is because we are moving a constant volume of fluid $it is incompressible, remember%.

!his can be calculated for either side...

5 6 *

(

d

(

5 6 *

)

d

)

*

(

d

(

6 *

)

d

)

7oth of these sides are e'ual, so we can multiply a formula by either side and not change

anything...

F

(

A

(

=

F

)

A

)

F

(

A

(

A

(

d

(

=

F

)

A

)

A

)

d

)

F

(

d

(

=F

)

d

)

W

(

=W

)

!his shows that the work done is the same on both pistons. 8onservation of energy is ok,

since we haven't created or destroyed any energy.

Example 19 I want to build a hydraulic press to be able to s'uee:e all my gold bars down to thin gold

disks. !he small piston has an radius of (.. cm and I will be able to exert a force of (;. N on it. If the

large piston has a radius of (. cm determine the force against the gold bars.

F

(

A

(

=

F

)

A

)

F

(

r

(

)

=

F

)

r

)

)

F

(

r

(

)

=

F

)

r

)

)

(;.

...(.

)

=

F

)

..(.

)

F

)

=(.;e< N

Homework

p.2;< =2), 2<

(,)-,)../ 0 studyphysics.ca #age ) of ) , 1ection 2.(

!f ! ha"e a forula li#e $x % 1& ! can

ultiply 'oth sides 'y 2 and get 1&x % 2&

and not really change anything. Sae

idea here( fro a'o"e we #now that Ad

calculated using either pair of nu'ers is

the sae, so if ! ultiply using A

1

d

1

or

A

2

d

2

, it's really the sae thing.

We can cancel pi on 'oth sides.

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