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How does a plane fly?

How does a perfume spray work?

Why does a cricket ball curve?

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Derivation and Applications of the Bernoulli Principal

NIS Taldykorgan

Grade 11 Physics

Lesson Objective:

1.To apply Bernoulli’s equation to solve problems

2.To describe Bernoulli’s principle and to derive his formula in terms of conservation of energy

3.To present applications of the Bernoulli principle

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As the speed of a fluid goes up, its pressure goes down!

The pressure in a fast moving stream of fluid is less than the pressure in a slower stream

Fast stream = low air pressure

Slow stream = High air pressure

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“for any point along a flow tube or streamline”

P + ½ v2 + g h = constant

Each term has the dimensions of energy / volume or energy density.

½ v 2 KE of bulk motion of fluid

g h GPE for location of fluid

P pressure energy density arising from internal forces within

moving fluid (similar to energy stored in a spring)

Transformation of SI Units to Joule/meter3= energy/volume:

P [Pa] = [N m-2] = [N m m-3] = [J m-3]

½ v2 [kg m-3 m2 s-2] = [kg m-1 s-2] = [N m m-3] = [J m-3]

g h [kg m-3 m s-2 m] = [kg m s-2 m m-3] = [N m m-3] = [J m-3]

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For steady flow, the velocity, pressure, and elevation of an incompressible and nonviscous fluid are related by an equation discovered by Daniel Bernoulli (1700–1782).

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Deriving Bernoulli’s equation as Conservation of Energy

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Bernoulli’s equation:

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BERNOULLI’S EQUATION

In a moving fluid p+½rV2 = constant everywhere

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- Lesson Opener
- Daniel Bernoulli (1700 – 1782)
- Bernoulli’s Principle
- Equation of Continuity
- Bernoulli’s Equation in terms of Fluid Energy
- Deriving Bernoulli’s starting with the law of continuity
- Bernoulli’s Equation
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- How does a curved wing generate lift?

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