## When the pressure at the bottom of a submerged object is the pressure at the top of the submerged object the buoyant force is produced?

When the pressure at the bottom of a submerged object is greater than the pressure at the top of submerged object, buoyant force is produced. When the pressure at the bottom of a submerged object is greater than the pressure at the top of submerged object, buoyant force is produced.

**When the pressure at the bottom of a submerged object What is the answer?**

When the pressure at the bottom of a submerged object is less than pressure at the top of the submerged object, a buoyant force is produced.

### How does the water pressure at the bottom of the submerged object compare to the pressure at the top of the object?

The pressure upward on the deeper bottom is greater than the downward pressure on the top.

**When an object is submerged where is the greatest pressure is?**

Depth

Depth. The deeper an object is submerged in a liquid, the greater the pressure it will experience. This is because the particles in any part of the liquid are being squashed by the weight of the liquid above them. The greater the depth, the greater the weight of liquid above.

## What does buoyancy do to pressure?

Pressure Increases Buoyant Force The upward force of rising water is the buoyant force, exerted upon the object by the fluid; this is true whether the object floats or sinks. Pressure therefore increases buoyant force, which is equal to the weight of the water being dispersed. Eureka!

**How does the buoyant force on a submerged object?**

Buoyant force: The fluid pushes on all sides of a submerged object. However, because pressure increases with depth, the upward push on the bottom surface (F2) is greater than the downward push on the top surface (F1). Therefore, the net buoyant force is always upwards.

### In which direction does pressure act in a liquid?

The pressure in a liquid is due to the weight of the column of water above. Since the particles in a liquid are tightly packed, this pressure acts in all directions.

**What happens to the force due to pressure on the bottom of the object?**

What will happen to the force due to pressure on the bottom of the object? The force due to pressure on the bottom of the object will increase Suppose you increase the height of the object WITHOUT changing its depth under water. What will happen to the net buoyant force?

## How does the Archimedes principle relate to buoyancy?

Archimedes principle: An object that is partly or completely submerged in a fluid will experience a buoyant force equal to the weight of the fluid the object displaces. The buoyant force applied by the fluid on the object is directed up. The force comes from the difference in pressure exerted on the top and bottom of an object.

**Where does the force on a floating object come from?**

The force comes from the difference in pressure exerted on the top and bottom of an object. For a floating object, the top surface is at atmospheric pressure, while the bottom surface is at a higher pressure because it is in contact with the fluid at a particular depth in the fluid, and pressure increases with depth.

### Is the weight of the ball balanced by the buoyant force?

The ball floats on the water, so there is no net force: the weight is balanced by the buoyant force, so: (b) By Archimedesâ€™ principle, the buoyant force is equal to the weight of fluid displaced. The weight is the mass times g, and the mass is the density times the volume, so: