Chemical Engineering - Fluid Mechanics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Fluid Mechanics - Section 4 (Q.No. 1)
Pascal law is not applicable for a/an __________ fluid.
accelerating frictionless
uniformly moving
none of these
Answer: Option
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Krishnvanshi said:   2 years ago
Pascal's Law states that the pressure applied to a fluid in a closed container is transmitted equally to all points in the fluid and act in all directions of the container. Pascal's Law is applicable to both solids and liquids.

F = PA; where F=applied force, P=pressure transmitted, and A=cross-sectional area.

KRR said:   2 years ago
I think A is the right answer.

Yaduvanshi said:   3 years ago
NO, During derivation of the Pascal's law the condition is assumed of static liquid. The static liquid can not sustain any shear stress i.e. tangential force is absent. How does pressure increase when we increase the depth of a liquid, but Pascal's Law states that pressure is always equal?

Ganesh said:   5 years ago
According to me, the answer should be A or C.

Akhil said:   5 years ago
Pascal law applicable only to static fluids, so the answer is B.

Remo said:   5 years ago
The Answer should be A.

Nadeem said:   8 years ago
Pascal law is all about static fluid. How come answer is none of this?

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