Subject: Centre of mass change of melting ice + tray sys. in gravity-free hall?
Date: Mon Dec 29 07:00:02 2003
Posted by Kaushani
Grade level: 10-12
City: Mumbai State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
What will be the change in centre of mass of a system of ice block and tray
when the ice melts in a gravity- free hall? The size of the tray is quite large
as compared to the ice cube. Of course, since the mass of ice and subsequent
water remains the same, the volume will contract on melting. But exactly how
will the water cube act? Thank you.
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