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Planning

Civil Engineering Department

Report (2)

Archimedes Principle

prepared by:

Submitted for:

Eng. Waleed Alostaz

Submission date:

14/12/2016

:Objective

The objective of this Experiment is Verification of

Archimedes' principle and Study buoyancy for regularly

body.

:Apparatus

* Three wood cubes.

* Balance.

* Water Container.

* Metal weights.

:Theory

Archimedes principle states that a body wholly or partially

submerged in a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal in

magnitude to the weight of the fluid displaced by the body.

It is important to remember that fluid includes liquids and

gases. This force is given by:

F B= Vg

liquid), four vertical forces act upon the block below the

surface of water. These forces can be grouped into two

types of forces.

1. Downward forces

a. The weight of the block.

liquid on the upper surface of the block.

2. Upward forces

a. The tension of the spring, which measures the

apparent weight.

:Procedure

1/ Fill the containar with water.

2/ Weighing wooden cubes and calculate the density of

them.

3/put the first cube(7cm*7.5cm*7cm) in container,

measure the length of the submerged part of the cube in

the water(h).

4/ put the second cube(9cm*9cm*7cm) in container,

measure the length of the submerged part of the cube in

the water(h).

5/ Start adding metal weights on second cube until the

Cube becomes totally immersed.

6/ put the third cube(9.5cm*9.5cm*7.3cm) in container,

measure the length of the submerged part of the cube in

the water(h).

7/ Start adding metal weights on third cube until the Cube

becomes totally immersed.

Calculation:

3

For Cube 1*

V=7*7.5*7=367.5 cm3

m=178.75 g

wood

Cube 1

Without

weight

h

experiment

wood

3.5cm

h theoretical

gVdis= water gVdis

7)*9.81*1=(7*7.5*7)*9.81*0.486

h=

(h*7.5*

0.4869.81(77.57)

19.81(77.5)

=3.402 cm

For Cube 2*

V=9*9*7=567 cm3

m=276.7 g

.

Cube 2

experiment

Theoretical

wood

Without

weight

with 20 g

W20

=20*9.81

196.2=

cm 3.5

g Vdis=

water

9)*9.81*1=(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*

0.4889.81( 997)

19.81(99)

cm 3.6

g Vdis

wood

g Vdis+ W20=

=3.416 cm

water

Vdis

*9.81*1=196.2+(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*9)

=3.66c

19.81(99)

m

with 50 g

W50

=50*9.81

490.5=

with 100 g

W100

=100*9.8

981=

with 150 g

W150

=150*9.8

1471.5=

with 200 g

W200

=200*9.8

1962=

cm 3.9

wood

g Vdis+ W50=

water

Vdis

*9.81*1=490.5+(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*9)

0.4889.81( 997 ) +490.5

19.81(99)

cm 4.8

wood

g Vdis+ W100=

=4.033cm

water g

Vdis

)*981*1=196.2+(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*9

0.4889.81( 997 ) +981

19.81( 99)

cm 5.4

wood

g Vdis+ W150=

=4.650cm

water g

Vdis

9.81*1=1471.5+(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*9)*

0.4889.81( 997 ) +1471.5

19.81( 99)

cm 5.9

W250=250*9.

e

wood

g Vdis+ W200=

=5.26cm

water g

Vdis

)*9.81*1=1962+(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*9

19.81( 99)

wood

g Vdis+ W250=

Vdis

=5.88cm

water

81

2452.5=

immersi

on

9.81*1=2452.5+(7*9*9)*9.81*0.488

h=

(h*9*9)*

0.4889.81( 997 ) +2452.5

19.81( 99)

=6.502cm

For Cube 3*

V=9.5*9.5*7.3=658.825cm3

m=315g

wood

Without

weight

wood

cm 3.8

g Vdis =

water

g Vdis

9.5)*9.81*1=(7.3*9.5*9.5)*9.81*0.928

h=

(h*9.5*

0.4789.81( 9.59.57.3 )

19.81(9.59.5)

=3.49cm

with 50 g

W50

=50*9.8

490.5=

wood

g Vdis +W50=

cm 4.45

water

Vdis

)*9.81*1=+(7.3*9.5*9.5)*9.81*0.928

h=

(h*9.5*9.5

0.4789.81( 9.59.57.3 )+ 490.5

19.81(9.59.5)

=4.04cm

with 100 g

W100=100*9

.8

981=

wood

cm 5.5

g Vdis +W100=

water

Vdis

)*9.81*1=+(7.3*9.5*9.5)*9.81*0.928

h h=*9.5*9.5

0.4789.81( 9.59.57.3 )+ 981

19.81( 9.59.5)

=4.6cm

6

with 150 g

W250=150*9

.8

1471.5=

wood

cm 5.9

g Vdis +W260=

water

Vdis

)*9.81*1=+(7.3*9.5*9.5)*9.81*0.928

h= (h*9.5*9.5

0.4789.81( 9.59.57.3 )+ 1471.5

19.81(9.59.5)

=5.15cm

with 250 g

W250

wood

cm 7.1

=250*9.8

2452.5=

g Vdis +W250=

water

Vdis

)*9.81*1=+(7.3*9.5*9.5)*9.81*0.928

h= (h*9.5*9.5

0.4789.81( 9.59.57.3 )+ 2452.5

19.81( 9.59.5)

=6.26cm

with 260 g

W260=20*9. Complet

e

8

immersi

2550.6=

on

wood

g Vdis +W260=

water

Vdis

)*9.81*1=+(7.3*9.5*9.5)*9.81*0.928

h= (h*9.5*9.5

0.4789.81( 9.59.57.3 )+ 2550.6

19.81(9.59.5)

=6.37cm

:Comment

1/ The cubes was not regularly and thus the cubes

floats diagonally and we cannot calculate the value

of ( h ) accurately.

2/The second and third cubes not complete

immersion because not regularly.

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