Table of Contents

- 1 What does the force of buoyancy depend on?
- 2 What determines the strength of the buoyant force?
- 3 What are the factors influence buoyancy?
- 4 What are the two factors that influence buoyancy?
- 5 What are the factors influencing buoyancy?
- 6 Which object has the greatest buoyancy force on it?
- 7 What are the factors that affect buoyancy force?
- 8 Is the buoyant force of an object greater than its weight?

## What does the force of buoyancy depend on?

According to Archimedes principle, the buoyant force of a partially immersed body is equal to the weight of the displaced liquid. Therefore the buoyant force depends upon the density of the fluid and the submerged volume of the body.

## What determines the strength of the buoyant force?

Notice how the buoyant force only depends on the density of the fluid ρ in which the object is submerged, the acceleration due to gravity g, and the volume of the displaced fluid V f V_f VfV, start subscript, f, end subscript. Surprisingly the buoyant force doesn’t depend on the overall depth of the object submerged.

**What factors does buoyancy and buoyant force depend?**

The factors on which buoyant force depends are: Volume of the liquid displaced. Volume of the body submerged in liquid. Density of the liquid.

**Which has greater buoyant force?**

Buoyant Force: Cause and Calculation When an object is immersed in a fluid, the upward force on the bottom of an object is greater than the downward force on the top of the object.

### What are the factors influence buoyancy?

Summary

- The factors that affect buoyancy are… the density of the fluid. the volume of the fluid displaced. the local acceleration due to gravity.
- The buoyant force is not affected by… the mass of the immersed object. the density of the immersed object.

### What are the two factors that influence buoyancy?

Therefore, from this, we can say that the two main factors for buoyant force are the volume of fluid displaced by the object and the density of the fluid.

**Is buoyancy a contact force?**

Buoyancy is a force. It is an contact force. Because it is a force that acts between two objects, opposite a body force.

**What affects buoyancy?**

Buoyancy depends on volume and so an object’s buoyancy reduces if it is compressed and increases if it expands. If an object at equilibrium has a compressibility less than that of the surrounding fluid, the object’s equilibrium is stable and it remains at rest.

## What are the factors influencing buoyancy?

## Which object has the greatest buoyancy force on it?

So, the volume of fluid displaced equals the volume of the object in each case, meaning that whichever object has the largest volume will experience the greatest buoyant force. Since aluminum has the largest volume, and the largest volume of water displaced, it experiences the greatest buoyant force.

**What force makes a ship float?**

buoyant force

This force is called buoyant force. The buoyant force pushes upwards against the object. Gravity exerts a downward force on the object (its weight), which is determined by the object’s mass. So if the force exerted downward on the object by gravity is less than the buoyant force, the object will float.

**What influences buoyancy here?**

The factors that affect buoyancy are… the density of the fluid, the volume of the fluid displaced, and. the local acceleration due to gravity.

### What are the factors that affect buoyancy force?

There are various factors that can lead to the creation of buoyant force. In case either of the factors is altered, there is a different level of buoyancy created. Density of the fluid in which the object is placed is one of the factors that affect buoyancy force.

### Is the buoyant force of an object greater than its weight?

Well, there is definitely an upward buoyant force on every submerged object, even those that sink. It’s just that for sinking objects, their weight is greater than the buoyant force. If their weight was less than their buoyant force they would float.

**How is buoyant force related to archimedes’principle?**

buoyant force is the upward force a fluid exerts on an object. Archimedes’ Principle is the fact that buoyant force is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid. (2 votes)

**How is the force of up thrust related to buoyancy?**

The force of the up thrust is equal to the weight of liquid displaced by the body. This is also called as Archimedes principle. Buoyancy of a body depends on the following factors: When we push a small piece of cork into water, we experience some up thrust on our fingers.