Experiment of simple hydraulic press, Science

Simple hydraulic press

The principle of the hydraulic press is illustrated by the following model.

Half fill a cylindrical jar with water. Pour melted paraffin wax on the surface to form a piston, holding a piece of glass tubing in the wax as it cools. When the wax is solidified it forms a watertight piston

 

 

 

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