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Science Project - Pascal's Law

By: Amna, Iman, Robin, Dontae
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Amna Malik

on 17 February 2013

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By: Amna, Iman, Robin, Dontae Who was Blaise Pascal? Pascal's Law Born in Clermont-Ferrand in Central France on June 19, 1623. Experiments Egg Experiment Hydraulic Brake System IMAN: conclusion
AMNA: Explaining about Pascal and the law
DONTAE: Egg experiment
ROBIN: Egg experiment
IMAN: Hydraulic brake system. Pascals Law
A change in pressure within an enclosed fluid at rest is transmitted undiminished to all points of the fluid. what was in the third slide? In conclusion, Pascals law is an important part of todays Hydraulic System's we use today like in the
Syringe
Hydraulic Brake system And all kinds of other pressure or pump systems. French Mathematician, philosopher, physicist, inventor and writer. Interested in natural and applied sciences, and began experimenting fluids. Made important discoveries, and his research led him to the invention of the syringe and the hydraulic press. He described his experiments in two treatises. A change in pressure within an enclosed fluid at rest is transmitted undiminished to all points of the fluid. 1. Place the egg in a plastic bag, as a precaution. 2. Try to break the egg by wrapping your fingers around it, covering as much of its circumference as possible. The egg won't break, because the outside pressure is evenly distributed, and liquid inside pushes back in an evenly distributed manner. This proves Pascal's Law. In the treatises, he establishes the principle of hydrostatics, Pascal's Law. Pascal's Law: In Conclusion... Pascal's law is an important part of many of the inventions we use today like: The syringe The hydraulic break system And many other pressure and pump systems. Hydraulic Break systems use liquid under pressure to transmit a force. They work based on Pascal's Principle. IMAN: You're going to explain the diagram below on hydraulic system! IMAN: You're going to explain the diagram below on hydraulic system!
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