For let pp be the densities, and za' the altitudes of the fluids above the common surface ; then the pressure referred to a unit of surface of the two fluids at the common surface must be equal and opposite, because there is equilibrium ; call it p ;... The Elements of Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics - Page 6by William Hallows Miller - 1831 - 95 pagesFull view - About this book
| Harvey Goodwin - 1846 - 500 pages
...permanently on water, but not vice versa. 1 7- When two fluids meet in a bent tube, the altitudes i,f **their surfaces above the horizontal plane in which they meet, are inversely as their densities.** For let pp be the densities, and *#' the altitudes of the fluids above the common surface ; then the... | |
| Harvey Goodwin - 1849 - 588 pages
...the latter unstable. Thus oil can rest permanently on water, but not vice versa. 17. When two fluids **meet in a bent tube, the altitudes of their surfaces...which they meet are inversely as their densities.** For let pp be the densities, and za' the altitudes of the fluids above the common surface ; then the... | |
| Alfred Wrigley - 1852 - 344 pages
...the depth of the centre of pressure. Equilibrium of two fluids of different densities in a bent tube. **If two fluids that do not mix, meet in a bent tube,...which they meet, are inversely as their densities,** 80. If equal lengths of two fluids whose densities are as n : 1 be poured into a circular tube; determine... | |
| Harvey Goodwin - 1857 - 692 pages
...oil can rest permanently on water, but not vice versa. K 1 1. When two fluids meet in a bent lube, **the altitudes of their surfaces above the horizontal...which they meet are inversely as their densities.** For let pp be the densities, and zz the altitudes of the fluids above the common surface, then the... | |
| Alfred Wrigley - 1862 - 330 pages
...the depth of the centre of pressure. Equilibrium of two fluids of different densities in a bent tube. **If two fluids that do not mix, meet in a bent tube,...which they meet, are inversely as their densities.** Ex.4. 1. If equal lengths of two fluids whose densities are as ft : I be poured into a circular tube;... | |
| G. R. Smalley - 1862 - 190 pages
...according as its centre of gravity is below, above, or coincident with the metacentre. 13. When two fluids **meet in a bent tube, the altitudes of their surfaces...which they meet are inversely as their densities.** 14. Boyle's and Mariotte.s Law. — The pressure exerted by an elastic fluid at a constant temperature,... | |
| Thomas Minchin Goodeve - 1874 - 340 pages
...do not mix is a horizontal plane. Prop. When- two liquids that do not mix rest against one another **in a bent tube, the altitudes of their surfaces above...which they meet are inversely as their densities. Let** x, y, represent the altitudes above the common surface of the liquids whose densities are p, a respectively.... | |
| Thomas Minchin Goodeve - 1874 - 336 pages
...that do not mix is a horizontal plane. Prop. When two liquids that do not mix rest against one another **in a bent tube, the altitudes of their surfaces above...which they meet are inversely as their densities. Let** x, y, represent the altitudes above the common surface of the liquids whose densities are p, a respectively.... | |
| Thomas William Foster (mathematician.) - 1881 - 66 pages
...liquids in communicating vessels are of different kinds, when is there equilibrium ? Their heights **above the horizontal plane in which they meet are inversely as their densities.** 176. A tube bent into the shape of the letter U is fixed in a vertical position, and mercury is poured... | |
| Thomas Minchin Goodeve - 1883 - 366 pages
...that do not mix rest against one another in a bent tube, the altitudes of their surfaces above tJie **horizontal plane in which they meet are inversely as their densities. Let** x,y, represent the altitudes above the common surface of the liquids whose densities are p, a respectively.... | |
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