Lesson: Bernoulli's Equation
In this lesson, we will learn how to use Bernoulli's equation to calculate the pressure exerted by a fluid and the potential and kinetic energy of a fluid.
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Worksheet: 15 Questions • 2 Videos
What is the pressure of the water at its highest point?
What is the pressure of the water at the point where the hose widens?
Dry air is moved through a conduit at a volumetric rate of 0.167 m3/s. The pressure of the air in the flow is 124 kPa and its temperature is . Find the mass flow rate of air in the conduit. Use a value of for the specific gas constant of dry air.
Water flows through a 10.0-meter-long section of 10.16-centimeter-diameter pipe that abruptly contracts to a 1.00-meter-long section of 0.635-centimeter-diameter pipe. If the water is flowing at 0.1515 L/s, calculate the total pressure drop over the two sections.