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Buoyancy Principle (in English)
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This lesson throws light on buoyancy forces.

Harshit Aggarwal
Cleared UPSC ESE twice with Rank 63 and 90 in mechanical engg. Got 99 percentile in GATE. Cracked ONGC, BHEL,ISRO, SAIL, GAIL successfully

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Binni sir..not understood these points.. what is the meaning behind it..can understood..pls.. 1)In proper nouns 2 point. 2)in common nouns 3 point... 3) common noun 3rd example ... 4)collective noun 2nd point..not understood sir.. 5) example 1 in collective noun not understood.. 6) Abstract noun 1 point not understood. sir u have given. examples there know sir..what are helping verbs in that particular sentence related to abstract noun eg... sir..pls discuss sir..pls..

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  3. FLUID STATICS I. Buoyancy Forces 2. Hydrostatic Force 3. Pressure Measurement F, P.A Fluid deals with the fluid behaviour and its effects when at rest. A fluid is said to be at rest if no shear stresses acting on fluid particle. Eg. no viscosity Only 2 forces involved I. Body Force (self weight of fluid matter) 2. Normal force on the surface due to pressure intensity of the fluid

  4. BUOYANCY PRINCIPLE Buoyancy is a phenomena which is observed when a solid body interact with any liquid. There are 3 possibilities: I. The body can float (partially submerged) 2. The body can sink or (submerged fully) 3. Body top surface coincide with liquid surface -

  5. UNDER EQUILIBRIUM fluid uid Elui Bodx displhted dsplaed waker Sfluid h BoDy H SBooy

  6. MODEL 2 salid ha 32 2 WATER

  7. MODEL 3 Let Tension in shing Fluid 2. 2. weHed votume ab Fluid 2 2 2. Shin

  8. MODEL 4 SPRING BALANCE T 2 21 1 2 21 S =T 21