Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on When the body is lighter than the liquid in which it is to be immersed, a sinker....  
" When the body is lighter than the liquid in which it is to be immersed, a sinker is attached. Weighings are made to determine: first, the weight of the body in air... "
A manual of practical physics: for students of science and engineering - Page 96
by Ervin Sidney Ferry, Arthur Taber Jones - 1908 - 273 pages
Full view - About this book

A Course of Practical Physics for Students of Science and Engineering

Ervin Sidney Ferry - Physics - 1903 - 331 pages
...that the density of the specimen, m S m ir \VS _ 1= ir_ir == w w ' CD since ir = S g and W = in q. Since specific gravity is defined as the ratio of the density of a body to the maximum density of water WI SP- Gr- = (WW')i, (2) where p2 represents the maximum density...
Full view - About this book

A Manual of Practical Physics, for Students of Science and Engineering, Volume 1

Ervin Sidney Ferry - Physics - 1908
...follows, if m denotes the mass of the specimen, that the density of the specimen is .m_ mw a p, Since specific gravity is defined as the ratio of...the substance in question to the maximum density, S, of water, When the body is lighter than the liquid in which it is to be immersed, a sinker is attached....
Full view - About this book

A Handbook of Physics Measurements, Volume 1

Ervin Sidney Ferry, Oscar William Silvey, George William Sherman, David Christie Duncan - Physical measurements - 1918
...RR~' t36' >o DI Dg BI the last equation in (36) being true because s = Ba/g and w = pig. Since specific gravity is defined as the ratio of...substance in question to the maximum density, 8, of water, (37) When the body is lighter than the liquid in which it is to be immersed, a sinker is attached....
Full view - About this book

A Handbook of Physics Measurements, Volume 1

Ervin Sidney Ferry, Oscar William Silvey, George William Sherman, David Christie Duncan - Physical measurements - 1918
...the last equation in (36) being true because s = Ba/g and w = pig. Since specific gravity is denned as the ratio of the density of the substance in question to the maximum density, 8, of water, When the body is lighter than the liquid in which it is to be immersed, a sinker is attached. Weighings...
Full view - About this book

Transport Phenomena: A Unified Approach

Robert S. Brodkey, Harry C. Hershey - Transport theory - 1988 - 412 pages
...of the concentration as found in Example 1.1, is now calculated from Eq. (i): = 1.185 kg m-3 (iii) Specific gravity is defined as the ratio of the density of the material to the density of water. Taking the density of water as 1gcm-3 or 1000 kg m~3, the density...
Limited preview - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF