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Last modified: January 26, 2018

Fluid Pressure -------------- F = mg => ρVg => ρhabg where ρhab is the mass of the column of fluid (a*b*h) Pg = F/A => P = ρhabg/ab = hρg <- gauge pressure Absolute pressure = atmospheric pressure + gauge pressure P = Pa + hρg Ex: Pressure at 10m P10 = 103 + 1000*10*9.81) ~ 200 K Pa