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Ib Physics IA EE Ib Hydrostatic equilibrium Topics Physics IA EE

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Hydrostatic equilibrium:- A fluid is in hydrostatic equilibrium if it is either at rest or if any parts of it that are moving have a constant velocity. This will occur when forces are balanced by differences in pressure. For example: A floating boat will be in a state of hydrostatic equilibrium if it is balanced by pressure differences in the water. The Earth’s atmosphere (as a whole) is in hydrostatic equilibrium because pressure differences cross the atmosphere are balancing the effects of gravity on the air. Most stars are in hydrostatic equilibrium because the inwards gravitational attraction between the particles is opposed by the outwards pressure of the hot gases and radiation.:

Hydrostatic equilibrium:- A fluid is in hydrostatic equilibrium if it is either at rest or if any parts of it that are moving have a constant velocity. This will occur when forces are balanced by differences in pressure. For example: A floating boat will be in a state of hydrostatic equilibrium if it is balanced by pressure differences in the water. The Earth’s atmosphere (as a whole) is in hydrostatic equilibrium because pressure differences cross the atmosphere are balancing the effects of gravity on the air. Most stars are in hydrostatic equilibrium because the inwards gravitational attraction between the particles is opposed by the outwards pressure of the hot gases and radiation.

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