buoyancy

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  • Info In science, buoyancy is an upward force exerted by a fluid that opposes the weight of an immersed object. more...
  • Although rates would come down, tax collection would go up due to increased buoyancy.
  • They have higher buoyancy and are intended to be safe on the water even with engine off.
  • It can be the case that forces other than just buoyancy and gravity come into play.
  • Their bodies needed additional support, because buoyancy was no longer a factor.
  • The more air he lost, the less buoyancy he had.
  • They are simply light enough for the buoyancy to be significant.
  • Additionally, buoyancy is very important in a number of water related sports.
  • Its buoyancy will then cause it to continue to rise.
  • They provide a basic amount of buoyancy for a dog, but may not provide enough support for the head.
  • The screen covered the top half of the tank and provided buoyancy in the water.
  • This is not always possible, and in those cases an alternative method of providing positive buoyancy should be used.
  • This made them steady gun platforms and gave them quite a bit of buoyancy.
  • It also had of lead aboard, which could be released in a moment to increase buoyancy.
  • If there are also buoyancy effects, for example hot air rising, then natural convection can occur.
  • As tanks are heavy for their size, providing them with enough buoyancy was a difficult engineering problem.
  • The induced buoyancy will be different depending upon whether the hot surface is facing up or down.
  • Buoyancy is of more importance, and the speed obtained, especially running free, is more satisfactory.
  • Buoyancy aids also come designed especially for children and youth.
  • It does however consume power at the points where it changes its buoyancy between positive and negative values.
  • His trip of 25 miles ended when he was forced to land by lack of buoyancy.
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Meaning of buoyancy

  • noun Cheerfulness that bubbles to the surface
  • noun The tendency to float in water or other liquid