CHAPTER 8 Fluid Mechanics
Chapter Opener
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Tapping Prior Knowledge, TE
Review previously learned concepts and check for
preconceptions about the chapter content.
SECTION 1 Fluids and Buoyant Force
OBJECTIVES
1.
Define a fluid.
2.
Distinguish a gas from a liquid.
3.
Determine the magnitude of the buoyant force exerted on a floating object or
a submerged object.
4.
Explain why some objects float and some objects sink.
FOCUS
(5 MINUTES)
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Overview
Review the objectives listed
in the Student Edition.
MOTIVATE
(5 MINUTES)
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Demonstration, Volume of Liquids and Gases, TE
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Demonstration, Buoyant Force, TE
TEACH
(25 MINUTES)
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Power
Point
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Appendix J: Advanced Topics, Properties of Gases, SE
This feature allows students to
explore higher

level concepts related to the chapter.
(ADVANCED
STUDENTS
)
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Demonstration, Float an Egg, TE
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Sample Set A, Buoyant Force, SE
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Classroom Practice, Buoyant Force, TE
CLOSE
(10 MINUTES)
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Section Review
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Study Guide, Fluids and Buo
yant Force
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Section Quiz
OTHER RESOURCE OPTIO
NS
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In

Depth Physics Content, Online
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HF6FLUX to find online chapters that integrate more in

depth development of the
concepts covered here.
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Integrating Astronomy, Plasmas, Online
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keyword HF6FLUX to find this activity.
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Integrating Biology, How Fish Maintain Neutral Buoyancy, Online
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d this activity.
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Problem Workbook, Sample Set A: Buoyant Force
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Problem Bank, Sample Set A: Buoyant Force
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SciLinks, Online
Students can visit www.scilinks.org to find internet resources related to
the chapter content. Topic: Archimedes SciLinks Code: HF60093
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SciLinks, Online
Students can visit www.scilinks.org to find internet resources related to
the chapter content. Topi
c: Buoyancy SciLinks Code: HF60201
SECTION 2 Fluid Pressure
OBJECTIVES
1.
Calculate the pressure exerted by a fluid.
2.
Calculate how pressure varies with depth in a fluid.
FOCUS
(5 MINUTES)
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Overview
Review the objectives listed in the Student Edi
tion.
MOTIVATE
(5 MINUTES)
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Demonstration, Defining Pressure, TE
TEACH
(25 MINUTES)
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Power
Point
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Appendix J: Advanced Topics, Fluid Pressure, SE
This feature allows students to
explore higher

level concepts related to the chapter.
(ADVANCED
STUDEN
TS
)
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Integrating Technology, Hydraulic Lift Force, Online
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and enter the keyword HF6FLUX to find this activity
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Sample Set B, Pressure
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Classroom Practice, Pressure, TE
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p. 281, TE
Students explain how snowshoes help s
top a person from sinking into the
snow.
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p. 282, TE
Students explain why a building’s roof doesn’t collapse beneath the
atmosphere’s pressure.
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Visual Strategy, Figure 7, TE
Students use values to calculate the pressure on the box’s
sides, top, and
bottom.
(ADVANCED
STUDENTS
)
CLOSE
(10 MINUTES)
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Section Review
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Study Guide, Fluid Pressure
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Section Quiz
OTHER RESOURCE OPTIO
NS
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Problem Workbook, Sample Set B: Pressure
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Problem Bank, Sample Set B: Pressure
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Practice Problems, Online
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SciLinks, Online
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the chapter content. Top
ic: Atmospheric Pressure SciLinks Code: HF60114
SECTION 3 Fluids in Motion
OBJECTIVES
1.
Examine the motion of a fluid using the continuity equation.
2.
Recognize the effects of Bernoulli’s principle on fluid motion.
FOCUS
(5 MINUTES)
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Overview
Rev
iew the objectives listed in the Student Edition.
MOTIVATE
(5 MINUTES)
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Demonstration, Fluid Flow Around a Table

Tennis Ball, TE
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Demonstration, Fluid Flow Between Two Cans, TE
TEACH
(25 MINUTES)
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Power
Point
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Visual Strategy, Figure 9, TE
CLOS
E
(10 MINUTES)
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Section Review
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Study Guide, Fluids in Motion
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Section Quiz
E
ND OF
C
HAPTER
R
EVIEW AND
A
SSESSMENT
(45 minutes)
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p. 287, SE
This page summarizes the vocabulary terms and key concepts of the chapter.
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pp. 288
–
291, SE
Students review the chapter material with review questions, conceptual
questions, practice problems, and a mixed review section.
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Alternative Assessment, p. 291, SE
These projects challenge students to apply and
extend concepts that they have learned in
the chapter.
(ADVANCED
STUDENTS
)
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Graphing Calculator Practice, p. 291, SE
Students program their graphing calculators to
calculate the flow rate for a fluid moving at a known speed through a hose of known
diameter.
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Standardized Test Prep, pp. 292
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2
93, SE
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Appendix D: Equations, p. 858, SE
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Appendix I: Additional Problems, pp. 887, SE
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Study Guide, Mixed Review
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Chapter Test A
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