6 views

Uploaded by sheyzulkifli

physics form 4

- Chapter 14
- Modularized Instruction in Hydrostatics
- PPI Handbook of PE Pipe - Chapter 10
- Mechanical Properties of Fluids
- FM Consolidated
- HM150_06e
- Chapter 3 Force & Student)
- Guideline for Scope of Damage Stability
- CFD-QP
- Undersea Medicine
- Class 9 Science Notes Chapter 10 GRAVITATION PDF Download
- Aquatic Physical Therapy
- analisis struktur
- Ship Loads Adn Stresses
- 1 Servo Working Principle
- physics project
- Physics Unit 1
- Schlumberger Sevc-d (Minicor 210)
- Phy11l a5 e206 4q1516
- Lecture Notes 02

You are on page 1of 16

PRINCIPLE

ArchimedesPrinciple

OArchimedes Principle state that

partially immersed in a fluid ,

the buoyant force is equal to the

weight of fluid displaced by the

object.

Buoyant

force,

Is an upward force

resulting from an

object being wholly or

partially immersed in a

fluid.

Buoyant force

makes thing seem

to be lighter.

forces:

(a)The actual weight which acts

downwards

(b)The buoyant force which acts upwards.

= mg

= Vg

[ = ]

Buoyant force

= density of fluid displaced

V = volume of fluid displaced = volume of part

immersed

APPARENT

WEIGHT, W2

ACTUAL WEIGHT,

W1

BUOYANT FORCE, FB = W1 W2

UPTHRUST = WEIGHT OF WATER

DISPLACED

water

O Fb < weight of object

O Fb = weight of object

the water.

force

1. Buoyant force = Weight of fluid displaced

2. Buoyant force = Vg

3. Buoyant force = Weight object in air

weight in water

weight }

Question 1

An object is hung from a spring.

(b) What is the weight of water displaced by the object?

(c) Determine the volume of water displaced by the

object. [density of water = 1000 kgm-3]

(d) What is the volume of the object?

Question 2

A stone weights 2.5 N. When it is

fully submerged in a liquid, its

apparent weight is 2.2 N.

Calculate the density of liquid if

its volume displaced by the stone

is 25 cm3

(25 x 10-6 m3).

Question 3

The figure shows a glass tube of mass

0.012 kg with uniform diameter and

cross-sectional area 4 x 10-4 m2 , and it is

filled with sand so that it is made

vertical in a beaker containing water.

[ Density of water is 1000 kg m-3 ]

Determine

(a) The upthrust

(b) The mass of sand in the glass tube.

Applications of Archimedes

Principle

1. SUBMARINE

4.Ships

O Ships are marked with Plimsoll lines at the

ship can bear in different conditions.

O A boat will submerged deeper in the

river.

O This is because the buoyant force is equal to

the weight of the boat which is unchanged.

O The density of fresh water is lower than sea

water.

O The buoyant force of a floating boat is equal

to the weight of water displaced.

O The lower the density of the water, the larger

the volume of water displaced.

O A boat must displace more water to obtain

sufficient buoyant force to support its weight.

water?

is a larger buoyant force to support

the extra weight.

- Chapter 14Uploaded byyexrewraigne9202
- Modularized Instruction in HydrostaticsUploaded bytryon gabriel
- PPI Handbook of PE Pipe - Chapter 10Uploaded byNicko Adrianto
- Mechanical Properties of FluidsUploaded byHussain
- FM ConsolidatedUploaded byj021159
- HM150_06eUploaded bys_nimalan
- Chapter 3 Force & Student)Uploaded byAh Ti
- Guideline for Scope of Damage StabilityUploaded byseckin80
- CFD-QPUploaded bypadmanathan
- Undersea MedicineUploaded bygracieMD
- Class 9 Science Notes Chapter 10 GRAVITATION PDF DownloadUploaded byDev Shukla
- Aquatic Physical TherapyUploaded byKwende89
- analisis strukturUploaded bySyahir Abd Aziz
- Ship Loads Adn StressesUploaded bypackya7191
- 1 Servo Working PrincipleUploaded bygminayas
- physics projectUploaded byapi-399586872
- Physics Unit 1Uploaded byeleonoritsa
- Schlumberger Sevc-d (Minicor 210)Uploaded byWalter Heindl
- Phy11l a5 e206 4q1516Uploaded byMonicaShayneVillafuerte
- Lecture Notes 02Uploaded byMohamed Azlan Suhot
- MM301 2 Fluid Statics-UpdatedUploaded byoddomancan
- Fluid Mechanics - Pump-Pipeline System Analysis & Design Solved Problem No.3Uploaded byMohamed Salah Yassin
- murteza with comments 2Uploaded byapi-272555854
- k n Air Filters Fuel EconomyUploaded bydsherbinuic2rndo
- Estimation of Hydrostatic Force Are View for Realistic ApproachUploaded bykiran
- DefinitionUploaded byRinth Hades
- Introduction to Completion System Page 15 of 23Uploaded byShodji Mabunga
- Wind Loads Calculations by ASCE7 05 for Any BuildingUploaded byBehrooz
- Quiz-03.pdfUploaded byMohammed Ibrahim
- salinityUploaded bySrinivasan Gunner

- Operation DynamoUploaded byLuis Vazquez
- That Tekumel ThingUploaded byDickCanker
- Trig Ratio Word ProblemsUploaded byEmpires Allies
- Lighthouse 6 Students Book Unit 1Uploaded byCrónica Verónica
- C32 ACERT 1450 Hp at 2300 Rpm Spec SheetUploaded byAidel Mustafa
- Diyalog Tamamlama Sorusu 100 AdetUploaded byFatmanur Güder
- Ships_-_The_History_&_Specs_of_300_World-Famous_Ships.pdfUploaded bySp1K7
- The Arctic WhalemanUploaded byCalioFlaco
- ETA - Guideline for Safe Harbour Towage OperatiosUploaded byBruno Avila Paulo
- Lifesaving SystemsUploaded byanangwahjudi
- The Mariner 135Uploaded byPat Reynolds
- COR3-02 Return to the Isles.pdfUploaded byLouis Bach
- The Hunted by Matt de la PenaUploaded byRandom House Teens
- Ocean Cable Engineering Handbook Vol3 Compiled by Ian S. CooteUploaded bymannydesousa52
- AMSA Recog RAN Sea ServiceUploaded byAbdul Saboor Khan
- Poly Pipe RC LandyachtUploaded byJohnn
- Bulk Carrier PracticeUploaded byNezupher Shammoon
- Simple Kite PlansUploaded byEd Ryan
- 8050-iiUploaded bycesquimon
- BioRowTel System SpecsUploaded bySchet Punthipayanon
- WindriderRaveManual.pdfUploaded bymbbcat
- Tonnage CalculationUploaded byRafique Hassan
- [1843] a Dead Whale or a Stove BoatUploaded byRII5
- New York State Boaters GuideUploaded byJohn Alexander Gallin
- LifeBoats Standards LiberiaUploaded byNikiforos Fokas
- Sea AaryanUploaded byMohammed Rizwan Khan
- Summary of Moby Dick Pt3Uploaded byRaymond
- ABB Propulsion Products Reference List 2013Uploaded bylujohn28
- Greek Ironclad PsaraUploaded bySimone Russo
- Canoe Polo HistoryUploaded byFaisalIK