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Pascal's Law

The Pascal's law states that if pressure is applied at any one point in an enclosed liquid, that pressure is equally transmitted in all directions within the liquid. This means that if pressure is applied at one point in a liquid kept in a container, all the surfaces of the liquid exert the same amount of pressure on the walls of the container.

Pascal's Law Formula:

ΔP = ρgΔh

Hydraulic Brake System

Hydraulic types of brakes are very efficient and long lasting, as a fluid is used to transmit the pressure applied on the brakes to the wheels, and the elasticity of fluids doesn't get lost over time, thus these brakes are better than the common breaks used in vehicles.

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