|Feb28-12, 08:10 AM||#1|
Minimum Speed for the Water to not spill
How is it that the water in a bucket, spun fast enough, does not spill?
The formula at the top would be Total Force = Tension + M*g right?
So would the tension be let as 0? If so, why? I can't understand how the water just simply does not fall out of the bucket
|Feb28-12, 12:18 PM||#2|
because the bucket is technically accelerating downwards just as fast as gravity is accelerating the water in the bucket (in otherwords, the bucket is keeping up with the water).
|Mar2-12, 07:21 PM||#3|
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