Find the relation between h and R so that average force on the side walls of a cylinder becomes equal to the force at the bottom.
Asked by Amyra B | 20th Nov, 2014, 06:22: PM
Let h be height of cylinder, ρ be the density of water, R is the radius of cylinder.
The pressure inside the cylinder due to liquid is not same. The point at geater depth feels greater pressure and hence greater thrust.
Therefore average pressure on vertical walls of a cylinder,
Answered by Priyanka Kumbhar | 21st Nov, 2014, 11:25: AM
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