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On the principle of Archimedes.

I do not have professional studies, but I am passionate about the topics of physics and I am developing a project but I need to get information to support theoretical mind. While it is clear the force q exerts a a container with air submerged in a liquid. I need to know how to calculate the speed of q emerges a container x with a particular volume of air submerged in water or the variations in q will have depending on the fluid in the q is submerged. I ask for excuses if my question does not justify the attention q, I believe and thank you in advance if I get a response.

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I am not an expert in fluid dynamics, since I am a computer engineer, however my undergraduate years studying physics, I can tell you that what you ask for depends on so many factors. Gravity, viscosity and density of fluid, depth, weight of the submerged object, the volume of the object etc... I do not venture to answer the question, because I probably will go wrong in the calculations, however I leave some links where you can get to know the basis of the calculation that you need. [http://www.sc.ehu.es/sbweb/fisica/fluidos/estatica/movimiento/movimiento.htm](http://www.sc.ehu.es/sbweb/fisica/fluidos/estatica/movimiento/movimiento.htm) [http://www.sc.ehu.es/sbweb/fisica/fluidos/estatica/arquimedes/arquimedes.htm](http://www.sc.ehu.es/sbweb/fisica/fluidos/estatica/arquimedes/arquimedes.htm) The complexity of what you request not only resides in the calculations "theorists" because these are based on perfect conditions by placing the object within the fluid (almost impossible to achieve in practice) but in the relativity of other factors almost imperceptible. For example do not have the same density as the distilled water, the tap water, that the water of the sea. I hope that you achieve your goal or that someone can give you a precise answer.

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