54 views

Uploaded by Darenfang

Fizik

- archimedes principal2
- fluids.ppt
- prs_12_06_05sol
- Archimedes Principle Lab Write Up
- Buoyancy
- Chemical Engineering Objective Type Questions Sedimentation
- M15_KNIG9404_ISM_C15.pdf
- Forces
- Exp3 for Student
- boats lab part 1
- lesson 3
- Liquid
- dillard_325_lab14
- term 3 lesson plan ross james nrb revision
- GENED REVIEWER.docx
- PS091Answer
- Worksheet - Kinematics Review
- 9783642234118-c1
- Level Switches
- Effects of volume fraction on heave motion of Semisubmersiable .pdf

You are on page 1of 14

SPrinciple

Discovery of Archimedes

'principle

Archimedes(287-212 B.C) was a Greek

scientist who first discovered that an object

submerged in a liquid is acted on by an

upward buoyant force. The buoyant force

is due to the surrounding liquid which

causes the object to weight less in the

liquid.(Supposedly when he got into the

bathtub, the water level rose). Later, he did

show that the upthrust is equal to the

weight of water displaced.

Floatation

Weight of object=Weight of fluid displaced.

Volume of object that immerse in the

If weight of the object > upthrust, the object

will sink into the fluid.

If weight of the object = upthrust, the object

is in balance and therefore float on the

surface of the fluid.

the weight of the object(W)

the upthrust (F): buoyant

force

Forces are in equilibrium,

hence

F=W

Immersed In Liquid.

Case 1:

the liquid. The object floats on the surface of the water.

The forces acting on the object is

i. the weight of the object(W)

ii. the upthrust (F) : buoyant force

Forces are in equilibrium, hence

F=W

Case 2:

density of the liquid. The object sink to the bottom

of the water.

Lying on the bottom of the water, there is a normal

reaction acted on the object.

The forces acting on the object is

i. the weight of the object(W)

ii. the upthrust (F) : buoyant force

iii. Normal reaction (R)

Forces are in equilibrium, hence

Case 3:

density of the liquid. The object is hold by a string

so that it does not sink deeper into the water.

The forces acting on the object is

i. the weight of the object(W)

ii. the upthrust (F) : buoyant force

iii. Tension of the string (T)

Forces are in equilibrium, hence

F + T= W

Case 4:

the liquid. The object is hold by a string so that it does

not move up to the surface of the water.

The forces acting on the object is

i. the weight of the object(W)

ii. the upthrust (F) : buoyant force

iii. Tension of the string (T)

Forces are in equilibrium, hence

F = W+ T

When an object is wholly or

experiences a buoyant force equal

to the weight of the fluid displaced.

Application of AchimedesPrinciple

Submarin

e

To get submerge, water is pumped into the

ballast tank to increase the weight of the

submarine.

To surface, the water is pumped out to reduce

the weight of the submarine.

Hydromet

er

of liquids.

How deep the hydrometer sink into the liquid is

affected by the density of the liquid.

The lower the density of the liquid, the deeper

the hydrometer will sink.

This is used as the indicator of relative density

of a liquid.

surrounding air.

As a result, when the buoyant force produced is higher than

the weight of the balloon, the balloon will start rising up.

The altitude of the balloon can be controlled by varying the

temperature of the air in the balloon.

EXERCISE

A block wood of density 800kgm3 and

volume 0.5m3 floats in a liquid of

density 1200kgm-3.Determine

a)The mass of the wood

b)The volume of the wood that appears

above the surface of the liquid

ANSWER !

A) Mass of the wood

= volume x density

= 0.5 x 800 kg = 400 kg

B)Let V = volume of the wood above the liquid

Volume of the liquid displaced

= ( 0.5 V )m3

Mass of the liquid displaced

= ( 0.5 V ) x 1200 kg

( 0.5 V ) x 1200 = 400

0.5 V = 400 / 1200 = 1/3

=1/6m3

Thank You~

- archimedes principal2Uploaded byapi-282464166
- fluids.pptUploaded byAbegail Costan Acohon
- prs_12_06_05solUploaded byJoØrsh Ênrique Tu Xikytø NînîØflow
- Archimedes Principle Lab Write UpUploaded byDaniel Rasmussen
- BuoyancyUploaded byKevin Small
- Chemical Engineering Objective Type Questions SedimentationUploaded byKrishna Srikanth
- M15_KNIG9404_ISM_C15.pdfUploaded bynorma_jeann
- ForcesUploaded bySunil Bajantri
- Exp3 for StudentUploaded byKawar Abid
- boats lab part 1Uploaded byapi-312604279
- lesson 3Uploaded byapi-265666323
- LiquidUploaded byStefan Radu
- dillard_325_lab14Uploaded byMeagan_Dillard_1982
- term 3 lesson plan ross james nrb revisionUploaded byapi-302264322
- GENED REVIEWER.docxUploaded byArcie Catli
- PS091AnswerUploaded byGoh Ling Yueh
- Worksheet - Kinematics ReviewUploaded byRob Florio
- 9783642234118-c1Uploaded byIsabelle Thrace
- Level SwitchesUploaded byRonny Aja
- Effects of volume fraction on heave motion of Semisubmersiable .pdfUploaded bysalman Gtr
- MAST BoatSafety MastUploaded byhoneytrap99
- As 2677-1983 Inflatable BoatsUploaded bySAI Global - APAC
- Vacuum FiltrationUploaded byAnggia Retno
- Level MeasurementUploaded bydivzz97
- Pontoon Effect - Wikipedia, The Free EncyclopediaUploaded byg665013
- Section 7 - GAS_ REGULATION.pdfUploaded byMahmoud Ahmed Ali Abdelrazik
- Compoarison of Plate Analysis ResultsUploaded byMuhammad Junaid
- 6 Hydro Static DynamicUploaded byFeri Saja
- Matter [Science Form 1_Short Notes]Uploaded byjrpyro
- Skema Modul Projek SAVE (Esei K2) REPOSTUploaded byJup Jup

- LATIHAN SIMPULAN BAHASA.docxUploaded byDarenfang
- 1Uploaded byDarenfang
- ContentUploaded byDarenfang
- Kabus_Di_Perbukitan.docxUploaded byDarenfang
- Soalan Sains PT3 Tingkatan 2_2Uploaded byDr_Faizal88
- Appreciation（Add Math）Uploaded byDarenfang
- daren Math-Selangor-K2-Soalan-Set-A.pdfUploaded byDarenfang
- Conclusion.docxUploaded byDarenfang
- Kabus Di PerbukitanUploaded byDarenfang
- DetergentsUploaded byDarenfang
- Archimedes’PrincipleUploaded byDarenfang
- Archimedes’PrincipleUploaded byDarenfang
- Modul 2 Matematik K1 2015Uploaded byCaryn Yeap
- ConclusionUploaded byDarenfang
- Appreciation（Add Math）Uploaded byDarenfang
- Melaka Trial K1.pdfUploaded byDarenfang

- CyclotronUploaded byAnji Nani
- 3.1 Classifying Matter Notes.docxUploaded byJam Ul Gee
- Bone Cell Expression on Titanium Surfaces is Altered by SterilizationUploaded byEugenStanciu
- Chapter2 All Lattice DinamicsUploaded bydeviana ambar
- Fundamentals of Applied Probability TheoryUploaded byYared Tuemay
- Allo Metric CitiesUploaded byAnonymous txyvmbY
- Vacon NX OPTCG S2 Selma Board User Manual DPD00894Uploaded byTanuTiganu
- CH204Uploaded bygiyagirls
- Calibrating SensorsUploaded byMithun
- acetilacion-y-caracterizacion-del-almidon-de-cebada.pdfUploaded bySandra Piedrahita
- MetalurgiUploaded bySulaiman
- comm_ch06_signalspace_en.pdfUploaded byKartik Aneja
- Seismic-Design-Module1-Introduction-pdf.pdfUploaded bymery
- CVX DualityUploaded byjdsolor
- Planimeters and TheodolitesUploaded byJosh Garcia
- c2 History TendonUploaded byNurul Izziyantie Mat Noor
- jeas_0210_299.pdfUploaded byArun
- 3 Analysis of Deep Beam Using Cast SoftwareUploaded bySameer Ul Bashir
- 199.pdfUploaded bySurya Atmaja
- 02 - Part a - Earth WorkUploaded bypvsvprasadcivil
- Thesis 99 070 Chapter1Uploaded byCharmaine Chavit
- 58203-mt----process modelling and simulationUploaded bySRINIVASA RAO GANTA
- Corum-Tesla Coils and the Failure of Lumped-Element Circuit TheoryUploaded byMilan Kulich
- ESI-3DUploaded bychama_goz
- Exercises for TFFY54Uploaded bysattar28
- Pvp2009-77187-Sloshing Characteristics of Single Deck Floating Roofs in Aboveground Storage Tanks - Natural Periods and Vibration ModesUploaded byAnonymous wWOWz9UnW
- 2017 [book] Advanced Applications of Supercritical Fluids in Energy Systems.pdfUploaded bycesc321
- More About the Stirling Steele.pdfUploaded bypichaidv
- Remainder TheoremUploaded byReese Peart
- Chemistry Ch. 4 Key Concepts & VocabularyUploaded byGriffin Spriggs