Use this buoyancy calculator to determine the buoyant force exerted on an object submerged in a fluid.

## Buoyancy Calculator

### How to Use the Buoyancy Calculator

To use the buoyancy calculator, you simply need to input the volume of the object submerged in a fluid, the density of the fluid, and the acceleration due to gravity (use 9.81 m/s^{2} for Earth’s gravity if unsure). After providing these values, click on the “Calculate” button, and you will immediately see the buoyant force exerted by the fluid on the object.

### How It Calculates the Results

The calculator uses the Archimedes’ principle to determine the buoyant force. The formula used is:

`Buoyant Force (N) = Volume (m`^{3}) x Fluid Density (kg/m^{3}) x Gravity (m/s^{2})

Once you input the values, the script multiplies them to provide the buoyant force in Newtons (N).

### Limitations of the Calculator

This buoyancy calculator assumes that the submerged object is fully submerged in a static fluid and that the fluid doesn’t move. It does not take into account surface tension, viscous forces, or other dynamics of fluid flow. Additionally, it assumes the gravity field is uniform.