... surface below the surface of the fluid. A cylindrical vessel is filled with equal masses of two incompressible fluids which do not mix ; supposing the -whole pressures on the upper and lower portions of the concave surface of the vessel to be equal,... The Elements of Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics - Page 9by William Hallows Miller - 1831 - 95 pagesFull view - About this book
| 1836 - 366 pages
...determine the graduation of one, when the other marks tÂ°. 165. Find the magnitude and direction of **the resultant of the pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it.** 166. Describe the common barometer, and find the correction to be applied when a small quantity of... | |
| Bengal council of educ - 1848 - 394 pages
...what points of the investigation, the first and second laws of motion are applied. 35 Hydrostatics. 8. **Find the resultant of the pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it** : and when a solid floats in a fluid, state the necessary conditions to be fulfilled 25 If specific... | |
| Bengal (India) - 1848 - 520 pages
...what points of the investigation, the first and second laws of motion are applied. Hydrostatics. 8. **Find the resultant of the pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it** : and when a solid floats in a fluid, state the necessary conditions to be fulfilled. If specific gravity... | |
| William Walton, Charles Frederick Mackenzie - 1854 - 266 pages
...the concave surface of the vessel to be equal, compare their densities. 4. Prove that the resultant **pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it** is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced, and acts upwards in the vertical line through the centre... | |
| Cambridge univ, exam. papers - 1854 - 284 pages
...the concave surface of the vessel to be equal, compare their densities. 4. Prove that the resultant **pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it** is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced, and acts upwards in the vertical line through the centre... | |
| Samuel Newth - 1864 - 392 pages
...same pressure upon the surface of any other body of the same form as M occupying its place. Hence, **the resultant of the pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it** is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced, and acts vertically upwards through the centre of gravity... | |
| University of Cambridge - 1864 - 694 pages
...one of these ways the equilibrium is stable and in the other unstable. 5. Prove that the resultant **pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid immersed in it** is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced, and acts upwards in the vertical line through the centre... | |
| Samuel Newth - 1879 - 370 pages
...same pressure upon the surface of any other body of the same form as M occupying its place. Hence, **the resultant of the pressure of a fluid on the surface of a solid** iniTnRTap.fi in it is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced, and acts vertically upwards through... | |
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