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lazypast

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hi, I am just assumin this is the right place for bernoulli stuff

pressure 1 and 2 are both static pressures, and the arrow shows fluid motion

is it possible to calculate them directly from an equation? or is it simply P1 and P2?

and also, since the diameter decreases for P2, the kinetic energy will increase, and so the pressure energy decrease.

because of this, will static pressure (shown by P2) be smaller than P1 ?

thanks

(attacked photo shows my highly complex diagram)

pressure 1 and 2 are both static pressures, and the arrow shows fluid motion

is it possible to calculate them directly from an equation? or is it simply P1 and P2?

and also, since the diameter decreases for P2, the kinetic energy will increase, and so the pressure energy decrease.

because of this, will static pressure (shown by P2) be smaller than P1 ?

thanks

(attacked photo shows my highly complex diagram)