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This following applet is Stability of object immersed in liquid
Created by prof Hwang modified by Ahmed
Original project Stability of object immersed in liquid

A block with width to height ratio equals to 0.4 sinks to a liquid.
You can change the width/height ratio with slider to study the atability of that object.
Drag force is proportional to the velocity: F=-bv in this model.

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