- [ˌα:kɪ'mi:di:z]noun Physics a law stating that a body immersed in a fluid is subject to an upward force equal in magnitude to the weight of fluid it displaces.
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Archimedes' Principle — Archimedes (287 212 B.C.) was a legend during his lifetime. He was a brilliant mathematician and an inventor of the Archimedes screw, a machine for raising water. Although the lever had been in use long before Archimedes, he worked out the… … Dictionary of eponyms
Archimedes principle — Archimedo dėsnis statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Skysčių ir dujų statikos dėsnis: kūną, panardintą į skystį ar dujas, veikia išstumiamoji jėga F, lygi kūno išstumto skysčio ar dujų sunkiui; jos veikimo taškas –… … Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas
Archimedes principle — Archimedo dėsnis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. Archimedes law; Archimedes principle vok. Archimedisches Gesetz, n; Archimedisches Prinzip, n rus. архимедов принцип, m; закон Архимеда, m pranc. principe d’Archimède, m; théorème… … Fizikos terminų žodynas
Archimedes' principle — Archimedes prin|ci|ple the scientific rule which explains that an object in a liquid is kept up by a force which is equal to the weight of the liquid that the object ↑displaces … Dictionary of contemporary English
Archimedes' principle — Physics. the law that a body immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by a force (buoyant force) equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the body. * * * Law of buoyancy, discovered by Archimedes, which states that any object that is completely or… … Universalium
Archimedes' principle — /ˌakəmidiz ˈprɪnsəpəl / (say .ahkuhmeedeez prinsuhpuhl) noun the principle that the apparent loss in weight of a body totally or partially immersed in a fluid is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced … Australian English dictionary
Archimedes' principle — n. the law that a body totally or partially immersed in a fluid is subject to an upward force equal in magnitude to the weight of fluid it displaces … Useful english dictionary
Archimedes — For other uses, see Archimedes (disambiguation). Archimedes of Syracuse (Greek: Ἀρχιμήδης) … Wikipedia
Archimedes — /ahr keuh mee deez/, n. 287? 212 B.C., Greek mathematician, physicist, and inventor: discovered the principles of specific gravity and of the lever. * * * born с 290–280 BC, Syracuse, Sicily died 212/211 BC, Syracuse Legendary Greek inventor and… … Universalium
Archimedes paradox — The Archimedes paradox, named after Archimedes of Syracuse, states that an object can float in a quantity of water that has less volume than the object itself, if its average density is less than that of water. The implication of this is that a… … Wikipedia