Matter can be classified into three types: solids, liquids and gases. A solid can withstand shear stress; it has definite volume and shape. Liquids and gases cannot withstand static shear stress and begin to flow under it; hence they are collectively referred to as fluids. None of the fluids has any definite shape of its own and eventually takes the shape of the vessel in which it is kept. While a liquid occupies a definite volume almost unaffected even by very high pressure, a gas can be compressed easily. Because of these distinctive features, we can tell a solid from a fluid in most cases. But there are exceptions such as asphalt. It looks so much like a solid but, in reality, it is a fluid that flows very, very slowly. A single substance may remain in any one of the three states under varying physical conditions. As you all know, if the substance is H2O, the states are named ice (solid), water (liquid) and water vapour (gas). The mechanics of fluids is governed by a number of physical principles which are based on Newton's laws of motion and other force laws. Fluid statics is that part of Fluid Mechanics which discusses fluids at rest. We shall impart a comprehensive knowledge on this topic through a series of video lectures titled Pressure at a Point, Variation of Pressure in a Static Fluid, Measurement of Pressure, Pascal's Principle, Buoyancy and Archimedes' Principle, Equilibrium of a Floating Body, and many more.
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