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Have you seen this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernoulli's_principle ?

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The terms in Bernoulli's equation are stated as energy per unit volume. (Note that density is mass per unit volume). To convert these terms to energy terms, you need to multply by some amount of volume.In the Bernoulli equation, i know that velocity is in m/s and mass in N which gives energy in joules. ...

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The standard form of Bernoulli's equation includes a pressure term, not a pressure energy term. The velocity term is 1/2 density velocity

So if there was 1 meter

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Welcome to Physics Forums.

People seem to be missing what you are asking. If you are using kg, m, and s units, then use units of N/m^2 for pressure -- which is equivalent to 1 Pa.

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