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CIVL2611 Lab Report 1, 2017 Name: Jasper Rasmussen, SID: 460 294 043 1. Underwater Displacement Curves -0.12 -0.1 -0.08 -0.06 -0.04 -0.02 0 0.02 -0.5 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 Force Sensor Reading Weight of Displaced Fluid Fluid Surface to Ball Bottom (m) Force (N) Table 1: Recorded data from increasing the underwater displacement Volume of displaced fluid is calculated using V = y 1 π 3 ( 3 r y 1 y 1 2 ) , where y 1 is the vertical distance from fluid surface to ball bottom. The weight is obtained by multiplying volume by the specific weight of the fluid ( γ f ¿ . Fluid Density (kg/m³) Ball Density (kg/m³) Ball Diameter (m) Fluid Surface to Ball Bottom (m) Force Sensor Reading (N) Volume of displaced fluid Weight of displaced fluid (N) 500 500 0.1 0.0003 2.5683 1.41654E-08 6.94815E-05 500 500 0.1 -0.0102 2.4945 1.52313E-05 0.074709382 500 500 0.1 -0.0202 2.2952 5.54633E-05 0.272047702 500 500 0.1 -0.0302 2.0048 0.000114419 0.561226712 500 500 0.1 -0.0403 1.6539 0.000186572 0.91513328 500 500 0.1 -0.0495 1.2988 0.000257873 1.264864749 500 500 0.1 -0.06 0.9024 0.000339292 1.664227292 500 500 0.1 -0.07 0.5565 0.000410501 2.013509564 500 500 0.1 -0.08 0.2668 0.000469145 2.301153787 500 500 0.1 -0.0895 0.0831 0.000507493 2.489253205 500 500 0.1 -0.0997 0.0011 0.000523585 2.56818279 500 500 0.1 -0.1102 -0.0147 0.000506145 2.56818279 500 500 0.1 -0.1146 0.0016 0.000486857 2.56818279
CIVL2611 Lab Report 1, 2017 Name: Jasper Rasmussen, SID: 460 294 043 -0.12 -0.1 -0.08 -0.06 -0.04 -0.02 0 0.02 -0.5 0 0.5 1 Force Sensor Reading Weight of Displaced Fluid