WHEN A SHIP IS MOVING IN WATER WHY DOES IS NOT GET SUBMERGED?
ANS. ACCORDING TO ME'''
 
WHEN THE SHIP IS MOVING THE GRAVITATION FORCE IS ACTING DOWNWARDS BUT IT IS LESS THAN UPTHRUST FORCE ACTING UPWARDS IS MORE THAN DOWNWARD FORCE AS THE SHIP IS FLOATING UPWARD...
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Asked by ujjwalviky2003 | 25th Oct, 2017, 09:11: PM

Expert Answer:

Your answer and explanation are correct and to the point.
Upthrust is also known as buoyancy.
The water which is displaced by the weight of the
ship push the ship in the upward direction.
If weight is more than buoyancy ship will sink.

Answered by Gajendra | 7th Dec, 2017, 02:22: PM