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Grade: 12th pass

                        

A wooden block is floating in a liquid. 50% of its volume is inside the liquid when the vessel is stationary. Percentage os volume immersed when the vessel moves upwards with an acceleration a = g/2 is? please explain.

4 years ago

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Kydoue7od
13 Points
							
In general we know that for a floating body: 
Vin ×density of liquid ×g = V × density of solid 
now vessel moves upward with an acceleration
pseudo force will act downward. U PTHRUST ARISES BCOZ OF GRAVITATIONAL FORCE . 
Vin × density of liquid × ( g +a) = V × density of solid × ( g + a)
Thus volume of body inside the liquid will remain same whatever the value of acceleration
one year ago
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