#### Bernouli equation

## What does Bernoulli’s equation mean?

Bernoulli’s equation can be viewed as a conservation of energy law for a flowing fluid. We saw that Bernoulli’s equation was the result of using the fact that any extra kinetic or potential energy gained by a system of fluid is caused by external work done on the system by another non-viscous fluid.

## Why is Bernoulli’s equation used?

The Bernoulli equation is an important expression relating pressure, height and velocity of a fluid at one point along its flow. Because the Bernoulli equation is equal to a constant at all points along a streamline, we can equate two points on a streamline.

## What is V in Bernoulli equation?

For an inlet tube area A_{1}= cm^{2} (radius r_{1} = cm), the geometry of flow leads to an effective fluid velocity of v_{1} = cm/s. Since the Bernoulli equation includes the fluid potential energy as well, the height of the inlet tube is specified as h_{1} = cm.

## What is H in Bernoulli’s equation?

H. Bernoulli’s theorem expresses the conservation of total head along a given streamtube, and defines the balance between the kinetic energy represented by u^{2}/2g, the potential energy, z, and the flow-work P/ρg, associated with the pressure forces.

## What is Bernoulli’s Theorem and its application?

Bernoulli’s theorem is the principle of energy conservation for ideal fluids in steady, or streamline, flow and is the basis for many engineering applications.

## What uses Bernoulli’s principle?

An example of Bernoulli’s principle is the wing of an airplane; the shape of the wing causes air to travel for a longer period on top of the wing, causing air to travel faster, reducing the air pressure and creating lift, as compared to the distance traveled, the air speed and the air pressure experienced beneath the

## Why Bernoulli’s Principle is wrong?

Bernoulli’s principle is then cited to conclude that since the air moves slower along the bottom of the wing, the air pressure must be higher, pushing the wing up. However, there is no physical principle that requires equal transit time and experimental results show that this assumption is false.