Fluids

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This is a fluids mind map.

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Fluids
  1. Bouyancy
    1. This is an upward force.
      1. Tells you weather the object floats or not.
        1. Examples of Buoyancy (ping pong ball floating on water.
          1. A submarine coming up to the surface.
            1. Oil spills (oil on top of water)
      2. Density
        1. Weight
          1. Is the force if gravity acting on an object
            1. The weight changes depending on the gravity acting on the object
          2. Mass
            1. The amount of space the object takes up
              1. The mass never changes.
          3. Viscosity
            1. Refers to its thickness or resistance to flow.
              1. High viscosity flows more slower.
                1. Low viscosity flows much faster.
                  1. Cohesion
                    1. Attraction between particles of a substance.
                    2. Adhesion
                      1. The attraction between particle of fluid.
                    3. Flow Rate
                      1. Measures how quickly the liquid moves.
                        1. Units volume per minute
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