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physical science, air, hydraulics, liquid

imagineering imagine and engineering put together
Disney World where was the amusement park in video
Walt Disney who was founder of Disney World
fluid material that can flow from one area to another
approximately 70 % how much of the surface of the world in water?
approximately 18 miles how much of the atmosphere surrounds earth?
magma - melted rock what fluid is in the center of the earth?
high pressure to low pressure what direction does any fluid move?
gravity what force pulls fluids toward the center of earth?
Interior inside something
exterior outside something
hydraulics moving fluid to create pressure on something
huge models of dinosaurs What did the hydraulics move in the Disney World theme park?
equal in all directions what directions does pressure come from?
hydraulics multiplies the pressure used how do hydraulics work?
pistons what are the tools used in hydraulics that are cylinders?
displacement moving something out of the way
buoyancy weight of object weighs equal to the amount of liquid it is moving so it floats
sinks weight of object weighs more than amount of liquid so it falls to bottom
boats are made bigger to displace more water why does a boat float if it is heavier than water?
Created by: Vickiewhs