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  • Fluid Pressure

    December 11,2017 / 0 Comments

    Pressure Characteristics of Liquid Pressure Measurement of Pressure Buoyant Force Archimedes...

  • Work, Power and Energy

    November 30,2017 / 0 Comments

    Work Power Energy Kinetic Energy Potential Energy Law of conservation of energy

  • Streamline

    November 29,2017 / 0 Comments

    It is a path pursued by a particle of the fluid in steady motion. Adding a tail to the...

  • Drag forces

    November 29,2017 / 0 Comments

    For motion in a fluid, the frictional forces that oppose the motion are called drag forces. ...

  • Friction

    November 27,2017 / 0 Comments

    Friction is a kind of force that opposes relative motion. It comes into existence at the...

  • Mass and Weight

    November 27,2017 / 0 Comments

    Mass is a measure of the atoms contained in an object, and the number of atoms in the object...

  • Gravity

    November 27,2017 / 0 Comments

    Gravity is the force which pulls all bodies towards the centre of the earth, keeps the planet...

  • Momentum

    July 21,2017 / 0 Comments

    The force which a body possesses, due to the combined effect of its mass and velocity is called...

  • Couple

    July 21,2017 / 0 Comments

    When two forces are applied simultaneously on a body which are equal in magnitude, opposite in...

  • Lever

    July 21,2017 / 0 Comments

    A lever is a rigid straight or bent bar which is capable of rotating about a fixed axis of...

  • Torque

    July 21,2017 / 0 Comments

    The moment of the force ie, torque about a point is defined as the product of the force and the...

  • force

    June 05,2017 / 0 Comments

    Force Newton's First Law Newton's Second Law Newton's Third Law

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