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Pressure in Fluids

Pressure is force per unit area and increases with depth in an incompressible fluid.

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Fluids Study Guide
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This study guide gives a brief overview of the properties of fluids: pressure, Pascal's law, Archimedes' principle, the continuity of fluid flow, Bernoulli's equation and conservation of energy, surface tension, viscosity, and turbulence.
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