Seeing as P(F/A) + KE + PE = Constant, if the fluid's flowing through a constriction (So the area's decreasing(Which would net an overall larger pressure)), How does the pressure term decrease? Does the Force decrease even more greatly than the Area, to net an overall lower pressure? Assuming we're going from a larger area, through a constriction, into a smaller area. Just to note: I know it's decreasing because either the KE or PE are increasing, i understand that. I'm just confused as to if it's actually the Force(P=F/A) increasing/decreasing significantly to make up for the Area increase/decrease at points.