Projection of areas (fluid statics)

by hav0c
Tags: areas, fluid, projection, statics
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Jan22-14, 11:25 AM
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there is an irregular container filled with water.
why does the method of taking projection of area (of a wall) and then multiplying the projected area by the average pressure give us the force on an irregular wall of a container?
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