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Hi , if we have a rotating centrifuge at rpm "a" and we have the radius "b" of the centrifuge and then at the side i have a metal ball that weight's "c" I take the formula which you suggested me here F=ma where a=v2/r and out of that I get newtons, how do i convert them to like pascals? Because i read that somewhere they use newtons/square meter somewhere newtons/square millimeter and that confuses me.
And would the calculus be different if i wanted to find out how much force on the side is exerted by a gas let's say than a solid like in this case a solid object?
Thanks.
And would the calculus be different if i wanted to find out how much force on the side is exerted by a gas let's say than a solid like in this case a solid object?
Thanks.