Q: When would the pascals principle be used?

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Pascal principle states that the pressure applied to an endorsed fluid is transmitted undiminished to every portion of the fluid and to the wall of the containing vessels.

"kilo" means a thousand. So 101300 pascals.

1 bar = 10^5 pascals (that's 10 to the 5th power, or 100,000 pascals)

23800000 centipascals

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we use this principle today in things such as hydraulic lifst presses and brakes

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Pascal's Principle.

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by the pressure being trasmitted evenly throught the tube

what is in motion stays in motion and whats at rest stays at rest

Pascals Principle states that pressure applied to a fluid is transmitted unchanged through out that fluid.also.....Pascal's principle means that a change in pressure in an enclosed fluid is sent equally to all sections of the fluid.

You don't. Pascals is used to measure pressure, centigrade is used to measure temperature. Those two are completely different things.

Examples of applications are: hydraulic pressing, design of artesian wells, dams, braking systems in vehicles, etc.