|Sep13-12, 07:00 PM||#35|
Bernoulli's Equation Applied to Two Free Surfaces
P1 is NOT the pressure of the free surface of container 1 which is causing the confusion here.
The energy level at the two free surfaces 1 and 2 are of course not going to be equal.
By how much - by the value P1 = pgh1.
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