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02._Static_Fluids - on submerged and floating bodies...

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2.25 Anthony T. Patera, Gareth H. McKinley; MIT 2 Static Fluids 2.1 Equation for pressure distribution in a fluid which is static in some reference frame (its "rest-frame”). 2.2 Boundary condition on pressure at a density discontinuity in the absence of surface tension. 2.3 Pressure distribution in a uniform gravitational field of fluid with constant density. Manometers and barometers, forces on dams and gates, buoyancy forces
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Unformatted text preview: on submerged and floating bodies, hot-air balloons. Stability. 2.4 Compressible fluids in static equilibrium in a uniform gravitational field. The isothermal ideal-gas model of the atmosphere; constant-compressibility model of the ocean. Read: Kundu & Cohen Chapt. 1, Chapt 4.1–4.6 (inclusive) Fay Chapt. 2, pp 39-75 (or your old undergraduate text)...
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