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Unformatted text preview: equation. 9/12/2007 6 Separating Forces 9/12/2007 7 9/12/2007 8 Example A 20ft long gate is hinged at H as shown. Find the horizontal Pressure P required to hold the gate in Place. 9/12/2007 9 9/12/2007 10 Buoyancy • Buoyancy force is the force acting on a submerged body due to nonequal pressure forces. 9/12/2007 11 9/12/2007 12 Example 9/12/2007 13 Buoyancy • Buoyancy forces in gases are very small due to low density of displaced gas. • If ρ object > ρ fluid the object will??? • For floating objects the Weight of the entire object is balanced by the weight of the displaced fluid – Use only the volume of the object below the free surface of the fluid 9/12/2007 14 Using Archimedes Principle to Find Treasure 9/12/2007 15 Just some stuff I found on the bottom of the ocean ;) 9/12/2007 16 Just some stuff I found on the bottom of the ocean ;)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ES 330 taught by Professor Bohl during the Spring '08 term at Clarkson University .
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