"Lab 9: FLUID FORCES (Buoyancy Density & Bernoulli)" Purpose " In this activity the force of buoyancy and material densities are explored using a variety of common " "materials in uncommon and common shapes. Also some aspects of fluid flow are demonstrated." "Equipment Provided" " Required: (1) 10 microgram mass balance (2) a set of materials (3) thread (4) an overflow can (5) a set of force gauges (6) a ""Bernoulli Container"" (having some holes)" Theory "THE BUOYANCY FORCE" "The force of buoyancy is an upward force on objects that are placed in a fluid. This force is a result " "of the fact out the hole (also" "at atmospheric pressure) can be easily related by" "Since water is nearly incompressible the two fluid densities should be the same we should get a very" "simple relationship between the heights and speeds of the water flow at the top and at the hole of the container." "If the container is very large and the top surface area is MUCH larger than the area of the hole the speed of" "the water at the top surface will be very small and can be safely approximated as zero. If this is not the case " "this approximation would be incorrect." [...]
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