external pressure affects on in compressible liquid?

When people say that external pressure on a in compressible liquid is distributed equally on the fluid, what does that mean? I don't get the sense of it.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    if you take a control volume (an imaginary boundary around a fluid element), the pressure is equally distributed, no variation ..just like constant density in an incompressible fluid

  • 4 years ago

    The tension in a static liquid does no longer selection over a horizontal airplane. The tension version with intensity in a liquid is given by : dP / dx = ( rho ) ( g / g sub C ) P = P sub 0 + ( x ) ( rho ) ( g / g sub C ) the place: P sub 0 = tension at liquid floor x = intensity into the liquid

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