Archimedes Principle. Andi Peng, Kory Sherman, Dan Arters, Reid Fu, Karan Lamba.
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Archimedes Principle
Andi Peng, Kory Sherman, Dan Arters, Reid Fu, Karan Lamba
Archimedes law is the primary law of buoyancy
The weight of the displaced fluid is directly proportional to the volume of the displaced fluid.
Among submerged objects with equal mass, the objects with the greater volume will have greater buoyancy
Bernoulli’s Law
By
Jenn Furlong
Grant Behnke
Kody Keckler
Victoria Ma
Shyam Kotak
As a fluid’s velocity increases, the pressure it exerts decreases (and vice versa).
A common application is a Venturi tube, which narrows at one point; the pressure decreases, and velocity increases.
P1 + ½ pv12 + pgh1 = P2 + ½ pv 22 + pgh 2
Pascal's Law
Blaise Pascal
Robert Boyle’s Law that has to do with gases called Boyle’s Law(Ryan Friedman came up with the name)
Ryan Carson
Liz Eder
Ryan Friedman
Sivan Mills
Charles Law in Charge
Law discovered by:
Jacques-Alexandre-Cesar Charles
At a constant pressure the volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature. V/ T=k
As temperature increases volume increases.
Charles came up with the idea to test it when he was in a hot air balloon which is a use of the law.
This shows that when the temperature increases the volume increases.