|Apr4-05, 02:25 PM||#1|
A Thermodynamics problem
Q. Consider a 2-m deep swimming pool. The pressure difference between the top and bottom of the pool is :
Here is what I did:
Pdiff. = Denisty(h20) * height * gravity
Pdiff = 1000* 2m * 9.81 = 19.6 kPa
Is this correct.
|Apr4-05, 02:30 PM||#2|
You are correct. It's just Bernoulli's equation.
|Apr4-05, 03:45 PM||#3|
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Sure.But in this hydrostatic case,i think it's called Pascal's law...(not sure,been missing classes on hydrodynamics )...
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