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The Buoyancy Calculator will calculate:
|The immersed part of a floating object expressed in percentage is m3|
|The buoyant force exerted by a fluid on objects completely immersed is N|
|The mass of the displaced liquid when an object is completely immersed is kg|
|The immersed part of a floating object expressed in percentage calculations|
|Vim = mobj/ρliq |
Vim = /
|The buoyant force exerted by a fluid on objects completely immersed calculations|
|Fb = ρliq × Vobj × g|
Fb = × ×
|The mass of the displaced liquid when an object is completely immersed calculations|
|mdisp = ρliq × Vobj|
mdisp = ×
|Buoyancy Calculator Input Values|
|Mass of the immersed or floating object (mobj) kg|
|Total volume of the immersed or floating object (Vobj) m|
|Density of liquid (ρliq) kg/m3|
|Gravitational field strength (g) m/s2|
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The Buoyancy Calculator only works if the liquid depth is greater than the object's height.
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