What is the difference between Thrust & Pressure? Also, please explain "The Theory of Relativity".
Asked by kousikroyr20 | 24th Aug, 2015, 07:23: PM
- Thrust is the force that a body exerts perpendicularly on a surface.
Thrust = Pressure × Area
- Its SI unit is newton (N).
- It is numerically equal to the weight of the object.
- The thrust on a unit area of surface is called pressure.
Pressure = Thrust / Area
- Its SI unit is newton per metre squared or pascal (Pa).
Note: Kindly ask the other question as a separate query.
Answered by Faiza Lambe | 25th Aug, 2015, 07:15: AM
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