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Explain Pascal's Law

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    @calculusfunctions sir, please help

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    @Algebraic!

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    @ganeshie8

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    what's your question?

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    What is Pascal's Law?

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    weight = mg

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    I am preparing a model for "hydraulic crane" and hence I need to know about Pascal's Law, Can you tell me that how it applies in hydraulic crane or any hydraulic system

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    |dw:1351506202510:dw| Just a very rough diagram of hydraulic crane :)

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    consider a cylinder of water area of ends =A height = d if it's open to the atmosphere at the top, what's the pressure at a depth d? weight of water = A*d*density*g = F pressure = F/A = d*density*g

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    Can you explain with diagram ?

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    btw, this is how my "hydraulic crane" works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dcmbdczw3CA

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    |dw:1351506384411:dw|

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    so you're maybe concerned about this aspect of it...

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    Yes ...

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    |dw:1351506734001:dw|

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    |dw:1351507069349:dw|

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    F2 = (A2/A1)*F1

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    |dw:1351507242257:dw|

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