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How does the pressure exerted by a liquid change with depth ? Explain with a diagram
Asked by rupali77060 | 30 Jul, 2022, 06:59: PM
As we know, Pressure at certain depth 'h' inside a fluid is expressed as
P = ρgh
This diagram shows how liquid pressure increases with depth. Because a hole at greater depth has more pressure, the flow of liquid from it is greater.Because the other hole is at a lower depth, the pressure of the liquid there is lower, and thus the flow of liquid from there is lower.
As a result, the diagram shows that pressure increases as depth increases.
Answered by Jayesh Sah | 01 Aug, 2022, 12:57: AM

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