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Table 1: Raw data and processed result from test 1 Table 2: Raw data and processed result from test 2 Fluid Density (kg/ m^3) Ball density (kg/m^3) Ball Diameter (m) Fluid Surface to Ball Bottom (m) Force Sensor Reading (m) 500 500 0.05 -0.0051 0.3123 500 500 0.05 -0.0097 0.286 500 500 0.05 -0.015 0.2482 500 500 0.05 -0.0201 0.2077 500 500 0.05 -0.0248 0.1628 500 500 0.05 -0.03 0.1124 500 500 0.05 -0.0345 0.0708 500 500 0.05 -0.04 0.0326 500 500 0.05 -0.0449 0.0094 500 500 0.05 -0.501 0.0065 500 500 0.05 -0.249 0.1581 Fluid Density (kg/m^3) Ball density (kg/m^3) Ball Diameter (m) Fluid Surface to Ball Bottom (m) Force Sensor Reading (m) 550 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.1395 600 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.1307 650 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.115 700 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0984 750 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0822 800 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0672 850 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0504 900 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0344 950 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0186 1000 500 0.05 -0.0249 0.0032
Table 3: Raw data and processed result from test 3 Table 4: Raw data and processed result from test 4 To calculate the Buoyancy force, due to the free body diagram, buoyancy force = weight - force reading. To calculated the submerged volume, due to the sphere shape, formula can be derived as: Diagrams can then be drawn. Fluid Density (kg/m^3) Ball density (kg/m^3) Ball Diameter (m) Fluid Surface to Ball Bottom (m) Force Sensor Reading (m) 500 500 0.05 -0.0552 -0.0126 500 500 0.055 -0.0602 0.0045 500 500 0.06 -0.0652 0.0023 500

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