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Pressure and Moments

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**Pressure – some basic ideas**

Describe and draw experiments for each of the following ideas: Pressure increases with depth Pressure is the same in all directions at a certain depth

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**Pressure Explain how the following work:**

A sharp knife is easier to use then a blunt knife A drawing pin A woman with stilettos on might damage a floor more than an elephant would

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**Pressure F A P Pressure depends on two things:**

How much force is applied, and How big (or small) the area on which this force is applied is. Pressure can be calculated using the equation: F A P Pressure (in N/m2) = Force (in N) Area (in m2) OR in cm2 and N/cm2

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**Some pressure questions**

Calculate the pressure exerted by a 1000N elephant when standing on the floor if his feet have a total area of 1m2. A brick is rested on a surface. The brick has an area of 20cm2. Its weight is 10N. Calculate the pressure. A woman exerts a pressure of 100N/cm2 when standing on the floor. If her weight is 500N what is the area of the floor she is standing on? (Hard!) The pressure due to the atmosphere is 100,000N/m2. If 10 Newtons are equivalent to 1kg how much mass is pressing down on every square centimetre of our body?

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**Some examples of pressure**

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Gas Pressure

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Hydraulic systems

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**Pressure is constant throughout this liquid**

Hydraulic systems Pressure is constant throughout this liquid

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Levers Pivot Effort Load

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**3 types of lever Load is on other side of pivot (e.g. seesaw)**

Load is “outside” the effort, (e.g. biceps) Load is “inside” the effort (e.g. wheelbarrow)

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**Moment (in Nm) = force (in N) x distance from pivot (in m)**

Moments A moment is a “turning force”, e.g. trying to open or close a door or using a spanner. The size of the moment is given by: Moment (in Nm) = force (in N) x distance from pivot (in m) Calculate the following turning moments: 5 metres 100 Newtons 2 metres 200 Newtons

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**Balancing moments 2 metres 2 metres**

Total ANTI-CLOCKWISE turning moment = 200x2 = 400Nm Total CLOCKWISE turning moment = 100x2 = 200Nm 200 Newtons 100 Newtons The anti-clockwise moment is bigger so the seesaw will turn anti-clockwise

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**Balanced or unbalanced?**

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**Stability 1. Centre of mass is within the wheelbase – no problem!**

2. Centre of mass is directly above the edge of the wheelbase –car is on the point of toppling 3. Car falls over

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