Can someone explain the three pressure terms in the Bernoulli equation to me?
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Can someone explain the three pressure terms in the Bernoulli equation to me? (PART 2)?
So, the pipe will be deeper for some length and have less area causing velocity to be less and the pressure [(rho)gh ] to be more and vice versa. Totally understandable. This works in ...show more
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I think less area means higher velocity and less pressure......and vice versa. You should really ask...
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The pressure inside a balloon (and exiting a balloon) is greater than the pressure around the balloon...

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This is the answer in a nutshell. Temperature (heat) provides the energy needed to rearrange chemical...

How can we use the continuity equation, Bernoulli's equation and Poiseuille's equation to explain variation in speed and pressure throughout a single artery which branches into 500 arterioles that have a smaller crossectional area individually ...but...
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It is not easy to model the dynamics of flow of blood because,Blood is not a simple liquid,it is viscous...

Suppose you were on top of a cliff of height h, and threw a ball horizontally with?
1. Suppose you were on top of a cliff of height h, and threw a ball horizontally with speed v. How far would it go before it hits the ground? (Ignore air resistance) (ie, what is the formula that describes range in terms of horizontal speed and height...
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1) the fall time is related by h=.5*g*t^2 or t=sqrt(2*h/g) The range is related by x=v*t combine x=v...

What is the relationship between torricelli's law and bernoulli's equation?
and what is the non linear nature of this relationship in of pressure??? please explain in simple terms i'm a high school student :)
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Toricell's law relates the speed of a fluid flowing out of a hole in a container, to the height of the...

Could someone please explain the equation e=mc2 in layman terms please?
I've searched the web and have so far found nothing in the way of what you might call a step by step "simple explanation" (if there indeed is one). I was wondering if anyone could explain this equation to me in layman's terms without writing...
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The equation stands for energy (e) equals mass (m) times the speed of light (c) squared (2), or times...

Bernoulli's equation and airplane wings?
A problem that's always bothered me. In physics, many years ago, we were told that an aircraft wing generates lift because the airflow is faster over the curved top of the wing rather than the bottom flatter part of the wing. Hence the pressurse is lower...
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Hi, This is a common question, and I hope I can help. My PhD is in engineering and I am an aerobatic...

(i.e. if you had n = x +y + z, where n is a random number, could you put the equation in terms of just x, just y, or just z?) As context for this problem, my friend and I have a calculus project (optimization) in which we are given a box's volume and...
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No, but your problem doesn't have just one equation! You have the equation for the Volume (length x...

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Imagine n people standing in a circle. Each of them is numbered in a clockwise direction (or anticlockwise...