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Archimedes Principle

Formulas

Density = mass/volume

Weight = mass*gravity

Useful Values

Density of water = 1.0 kg/L

Start on the Intro screen on the Buoyancy Sim on the PhET Sims site.

1) What is Archimedes Principle?

The buoyant force is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced.

2) What is the mass of each block?

5.0 kg

3) How much does each block weigh? (Use the formula and 9.8 m/s2 for g and show your work

below. Then check the weight on the scale).

5.0 kg * 9.8 m/s2 = 49.0 N

4) Click box to Show Forces for Gravity and Contact Forces and click box to Readout for

Force Values. What are the values for and direction of each force, for each block?

Wood Block:

Gravity: 49.0 N down Contact Force:49.0 N up

Brick:

Gravity:49.0 N down Contact Force:49.0 N up

6) They are in a state of equilibrium.

7) What is the volume of water in the pool? 100.00 L

8) Place the wood block in the water. What volume of water does the wood displace? 5.0 L

9) What is the weight of the water displaced? (Use the formula for the weight of a fluid above,

show your work below) Wf = 1.0 kg/L * 5.0 L * 9.8 m/s2 = 49.0 N

10) Click on the box to Show Forces for Buoyant Force. What is the value of the buoyant

force? 49.0 N

11) Compare the weight of the fluid displaced and the buoyant force. They are the same.

12) What is Archimedes Principle?

The buoyant force is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced.

13) How much does the brick weigh? 49.0 N

14) Place the brick in the pool, and let it sink. What volume of water does it displace? 2.5 L

15) What is the weight of this water? (Use the formula and show your work below)

Wf = 1.0 kg/L * 2.5 L * 9.8 m/s2 = 24.5 N

16) What is the value of the buoyant force on the brick? (Look at the readout next to the brick.)

24.5 N

17) What is Archimedes Principle?

The buoyant force is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced.

18) Consider the weight of the wood and the buoyant force on the wood. Why doesn't it sink?

The buoyant force is equal to the weight of the wood block.

19) Consider the weight of the brick and the buoyant force on the brick. Why does it sink?

The buoyant force is less than the weight of the brick.

20) What is the density of the brick? of the wood? (Hint: Find the volume of the wood by holding

it under water with the cursor)

Brick Density: 5.0 kg / 2.5 L = 2 kg/L

21) What does density have to do with buoyant force? The less dense an object is, the more fluid it

will displace per unit mass. Or in other words, an object will float if its density is less than

the fluid it is in.

22) Remove the brick from the water and leave the wood in. Predict how much more water will be

displaced when the brick is placed on the wood.

Prediction:Variable answers (but hopefully 5.0 L)

23) Place the brick on the wood and record how much more water is displaced. 5.0 L

24) Why must this much water be displaced in order for the system to float? Because that's the

volume of water that weighs 49.0 N: the weight of the brick!

25) What is Archimedes Principle? (Yes, I'm using repetition as a memorization tool! Got it yet?!)

The buoyant force is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced.

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