I don't think my question has any connection to vehicle maintenance or repair but I think this is the closest site to my question topic.
My question may be arising from misunderstanding. For that I'm going to assume a few hypothesis.
The brake fluid is incompressible(which is correct) and there is no air in the braking system so it doesn't affect its performance.
We're assuming there is no brake force boosting effects in the system for the sake of simplicity.
If I press the brake pedal and it moves that means that the slave cylinders move.(correct me if I'm wrong)
Now my question is if the fluid moves when the slave cylinders move then
Shouldn't the fluid be confined for Pascal's to apply?
The brake pedal should stop getting further depressed after the slave cylinders press the brake pads and brake disk , is that correct?