Keyword: hydraulic bellows

Object

Hydrostatischer Blasebalg

Experimentalinstrument zur Veranschaulichung des hydrostatischen Paradoxons.

Beschreibung in Comstock 1850: “An instrument called the hydrostatic bellows, also shows, in a striking manner, the great force of a small quantity of water, pressing in a perpendicular direction. This instrument consists of two boards, connected together with strong leather, in the manner of the common bellows. It is then furnished with a tube a, which communicated between the two boards. A person standing on the upper board may raise himself up by pouring water into the tube. If the tube holds an ounce of water, and has an area equal to a thousandth part of the area of the top of the bellows, one ounce of water in the tube will balance a thousand ounces placed on the bellows.”

hydraulic bellows

  • J. L. Comstock: A System of Natural Philosophy: Principles of Mechanics. 26. Ed. New York 1835, S. 99 (https://books.google.td/books?id=eTIAAAAAYAAJ, 2022-09-23).
  • Johann Conrad Fischer: Tagebücher 1773-1854. Bearbeitet von Karl Schib. Schaffhausen 1951.
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