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hello!

I think Bernoulli's equation it's just an equation of conservation of energy. Am I right?

but I don't understand how to apply the conservation of energy principle exactly.

can you help me please?

I get it that if the fluid moves, it has kinetic energy which is 1/2mV^2.

I also get that potential energy of a fluid due to its weight, is mgh.

I don't get what is potential energy due to the hydrostatic pressure, how do I calculate that?

and last, I just sum all these three at the begining of the experiment and at the end of the experiment and I equate them?

thanks!

I think Bernoulli's equation it's just an equation of conservation of energy. Am I right?

but I don't understand how to apply the conservation of energy principle exactly.

can you help me please?

I get it that if the fluid moves, it has kinetic energy which is 1/2mV^2.

I also get that potential energy of a fluid due to its weight, is mgh.

I don't get what is potential energy due to the hydrostatic pressure, how do I calculate that?

and last, I just sum all these three at the begining of the experiment and at the end of the experiment and I equate them?

thanks!