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    Buoyancy Essay

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    The boat, despite many bugs that needed to be worked out, preformed to the team’s expectations and in the result preformed well. There are many aspects to how the boat performed as well as it did and why some of the problems that were encountered were present. These aspects include the physics concepts of buoyancy and efficiency; the design choice to have the propeller bellow water and a narrower, longer body; and testing and debugging the vessel to work optimally. The vessel operated well due to the physics concepts of buoyancy and efficiency. Buoyancy works because the boat is less dense than the water causing the water to push it up causing it to float; the less density of the boat the nearer to the surface the vessel floats. The boat…

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    thing to another looking for instant gratification instead of long term satisfaction. We have dreams of success and goals for our lives and we want to achieve these things based on our own timeframe. We have this picture in our heads of the trajectory of our lives and believe that it will all work out the way we want it to. We search for immediate gains with short term gratification and are often frustrated or discouraged when things don’t pan out the way we think they should. When we want…

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    Canister Research Paper

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    In the “ If the earth has layers than the top layer is the least dense.” the hypothesis was accepted. Data that supports this is that canister number one had the least amount of sand and a density of 0.40g/mL3.This canister was the least dense of the three canisters. This is why it floated on the surface of the water. Opposed to canisters numbers two with more sand than canister number two and canister number three had the most sand .Water’s density is 1 g/mL3 . The reason canister one floated…

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    Experiment 2: The Size of Molecules & Avogadro’s Number Name: Julia Bland Lab Section: Tuesday A.M. (11:30) TA’s Name: Yuogi Date: October 15th Course: CHEM 1001 Abstract: Avogadro’s number is one of the vital constants in the chemistry world, used in a multitude of experimental and theoretical calculations. This lab endeavours to experimentally measure Avogadro’s number by adding drops of stearic acid into a known area of distilled water, and using this data, calculate the molecules in…

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    Experiment 3: Buoyancy Introduction Mass is described as the measure of the amount of matter contained in an object. On the other hand, weight is the measure of the force of gravity acting on the mass. Mass is measured in kilograms, while weight is measured in newtons. The density of an object is found by dividing the mass by the volume. Buoyancy is the upward force of a liquid which counters the weight of an immersed object. The theoretical buoyancy of an object can be calculated by using the…

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    Jin et al.[9] examined the double diffusive convection flow in a cavity with horizontal temperature and concentration gradients . They noticed the effect of operation in different buoyancy ratio regimes on the formation of fluid cells , heat and mass distribution within the cavity. Chen et al. [10] investigated the vortex formations in a 3 dimensional cavity model whose side walls are differentially heated and salted. We et al.[11] studied the convection phenomenon in a cavity with high aspect…

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    Dancing Raisins

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    it can change with a can of Sprite into scientific terms that we don’t use often. The demonstration I chose to do is called “Dancing Raisins.” It is a very simple demonstration that only requires a cup of clear carbonated soda and a box of raisins. The purpose of “Dancing Raisins” is to demonstrate how carbon dioxide bubbels cause a change in an object’s density and buoyancy. The materials that I used are a can of Sprite, most preferably 7-Up, a tall clear plastic cup, and several raisins,…

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    equipment hang loose. Secure all equipment so nothing bumps into the corals. Don’t pollute the water with anything. Don’t break of or take any pieces of the corals. BECOME AN IDEAL CORAL REEF DIVER It doesn’t require a great deal of effort to become a sensitive and technically sound coral reef diver. Possessing the willingness and strong determination toward saving nature is all that’s needed. Proper training during scuba courses can also help to a great extent. Divers must become…

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    Stuck Pipe Case Study

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    A reduction can be in place by displacing the well to a lighter mud ergo the analysis has to be repeated considering the new Specific Gravity (s.g.) of the mud, obtaining a new differential pressure and buoyancy. Using the values obtained in Equation 1 we will get the surface force which can be below or above the pipe strength. Equation 2 will provide the torque which also can be below of above the torque limit. We must consider that these two values must be always be below their limits, said…

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    my paper I will be giving information on how often do volcanoes erupt. First,I will explain how magma can trigger volcanic eruption. Next, I will discuss how buoyancy can also trigger a volcanic eruption. Finally, I will predict how pressure from gases in the magma and magma chamber can cause a volcanic eruption,and give some more details about my volcano. It depends on the volcano to erupt oftenly. Some volcanoes erupt very often (and some like Kilauea almost never stop). On the other hand,…

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