Jacob Bernoulli (also known as James or Jacques; 6 January 1655 [O.S. 27 December 1654] – 16 August 1705) was one of the many prominent mathematicians in the Bernoulli family. He was an early proponent of Leibnizian calculus and sided with Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz during the Leibniz–Newton calculus controversy. He is known for his numerous contributions to calculus, and along with his brother Johann, was one of the founders of the calculus of variations. He also discovered the fundamental mathematical constant e. However, his most important contribution was in the field of probability, where he derived the first version of the law of large numbers in his work Ars Conjectandi.
Can someone explain to me Bernoulli's principle as to why the pressure across a restriction varies as the square of the velocity?
I'm looking for an understanding (conceptual) as to why this is without a gazillion math examples please. Thanks.
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Please need some help to check if my calculation are correct (and if possible some explantation)
Bernoulli's equation between point 1 and 3 is given by:
P_1+1/2 ρv_1^2 + ρgh_1 = P_3+1/2 ρv_3^2 + ρgh_3
P_1 = P_(atm )
v_1= 0 m/s
h_1= 0.875 m
P_3 = P_(atm )
v_3= ? m/s
h_3= 0...
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It would...
Solving with Torricelli I get Vt = 6x10^-3 m/s
Solving with Bernoulli I get Vt = 6x10^-4 m/s, a whole order of magnitude smaller.
How can it be correct? I know that Torricelli is an approximation, but the solution given by the book uses Torricelli which doesn't seem right to me.
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Assumptions are: The velocity in the tank is negligible and the hydrostatic head is 4m.
Pressure in the vessel:
Gauge pressure
1 bar g = 10^5 Pa
0.2 bar g = 20,000 Pa
Hydrostatic Pressure: (4)(9.81)(978) = 38,376.72 Pa
Absolute...
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