How do you calculate the force of buoyancy?
The buoyancy force is the upward force acting on an object that is caused by a displaced fluid. The more fluid that's displaced, the greater the buoyant force is.
If an object is fully submerged in the fluid, it experiences the maximum buoyant force. This also results in an increase in pressure.
So if the pressure increases, then the volume would decrease as the volume is inversely proportional to the pressure.
The buoyant force
For a floating object, the
Other answers focused on a submerged object. For a floating object, the
I hope this helps,