The Concept of Hydrostatics
When in equilibrium, liquid delivers power to its container or any other material it comes in contact with. There are two kinds of force, hydrostatic energies and external forces. When pushing against a level wall, the fluid applies equal force at various points on the wall. Liquid in equilibrium will employ vertical pressure at every point of an fountains
objectâ€™s exterior when that object is fully submerged in the liquid. These vertical forces are buoyancy, and the concept on its own is more fully described by Archimedesâ€™principle. Liquid acted on by hydrostatic force is then subject to hydrostatic pressure at the point of contact. Examples of these containers can be observed in the manner in which a city circulates water, along with its fountains and artesian wells.