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in hydraulic principle, the force aplied to the smaller piston is amplified at the bigger one..(IF i m not wrong)..is this not against the laws of nature

in hydraulic principle, the force aplied to the smaller piston is amplified at the bigger one..(IF i m not wrong)..is this not against the laws of nature

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Ashwin Sinha
520 Points
11 years ago

It is mainly due to the ideal fluidity of water, that any change in pressure in any part of water is transmitted equally to all parts. Moreover, it follow the eqn. FiAi=F2A2   .

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