Pressure in Liquids
- Pressure in liquid is owing to the weight of the liquid acting on the surface of any objects in the liquid.
- Pressure of a liquid is directly proportional to
- the gravitational field strength
- the depth
- density of the liquid.
- Pressure in liquids is not affected by the size or shape of the object.
- The pressure caused by a liquid and the pressure in a liquid can be determined by using the equation below: