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Name: Diana
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Age: 40s
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Date: 1999 


Question:
I am trying to help my daughter (5th grade) find >> information about hydrostatic pressure for a science fair project. I >> didn't find any matches using your search engine. Do you have information >> or can you direct me to where we might find it?


Replies:
Any introductory book on fluid mechanics or chapters on fluid mechanics found in basic physics books would help.

AK
Dr. Ali Khounsary
Advanced Photon Source
Argonne National Laboratory



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