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The tension in a string holding a solid block below the surface of a liquid (of density greater than the solid) is T0when the containing vessel (Fig. 15-18) is at rest. Show  that the tension T, when the vessel has an upward vertical acceleration a, is given by T0(1 + a/g).
3 years ago

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Navjyot Kalra
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When the vessel is moving with an upward vertical acceleration a, there is net forces acting on the block. So, there is change in the buoyant force and the tension in the string.
The figure which shows the forces acting on the block when the vessel is accelerating upward is
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This represents the tension in the string when the vessel is accelerating upward.
3 years ago
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