What is the cause of upthrust ? At which point it can be considered to act ?
Asked by nishabr7 | 4th Sep, 2018, 07:44: PM
Upthrust is caused due to the upward force which is exerted by a liquid on the body which is immersed in it.
It is due to this force that the heavy objects seems to be lighter when immersed in a liquid. When an object is immersed in a liquid the buoyant force acts in all directions.
This upthrust goes on increasing with a increasing depth.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 5th Sep, 2018, 04:01: PM
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