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Equations related to Bernoulli's equation?

  1. Nov 5, 2008 #1
    I'm writing an engineering white paper on a soap-dispensing shower head. The product will have a canister of soap on top of a basic generic shower head separated by a mesh so that due to the viscosity of the soap, the flow of the water rushing by will be the main determining factor on how much soap comes through (rather than gravity pulling it at a constant rate). From what I have researched, the pulling of the soap into the water would be due to Bernoulli's principle.

    I'm just wondering if there's any equations that I can use to accurately (within 20-25%, even) predict how much soap will be incorporated into the water at a given rate of flow for the water.
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