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An increase in velocity of the fluid results in a decrease in pressure

Bernoullis equation is an extension of F=ma for fluid flows and aerodynamics

Constant

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How does a wing generate lift?

How does a wing generate lift?

An imbalance of pressure over the top and bottom surfaces of the wing.

If the pressure above is lower than the pressure on bottom surface, lift is generated

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Airplane Wing is curved on top

Airplane Wing is curved on top

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How does a curved wing generate lift?

How does a curved wing generate lift?

Flow velocity over the top of wing is faster than over bottom surface

Air over wing is squashed to smaller cross-sectional area

Mass continuity rAV=constant, velocity must increase

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high speed

high speed

low pressure

force

force

What happens when two ships or trucks pass alongside each other?

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velocity increased

velocity increased

pressure decreased

low pressure

high

pressure

(patm)

VENTURI EFFECT

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artery

artery

External forces causes

artery to collapse

Flow speeds up at constriction

Pressure is lower

Internal force acting on artery wall is reduced

Arteriosclerosis and vascular flutter

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References and links:

References and links:

Bernoulli Activity:

http://mitchellscience.com/bernoulli_principle_discussion_nomath

Steve Spangler and Hydrogen Hexafluoride:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRLOgmmz_EU

Phet Colorado Fluid Pressure and Flow simulation:

http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/fluid-pressure-and-flow

Types of Fluids: http://mechteacher.com/fluid/#ixzz2fcgGwLbq

Flowing Fluids,Laminar Flow and stream lines:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aWdeXby7CA

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