changes in pressure can effect its velocity.it can be dynamic at any speed irrespective of the pressure applied.
Bernoulli's equation refers to dynamic physics, where as water can easily be under pressure in a static model - think of water in a cup, that water is exerting presurre on the cup and conversly is under pressure from the atmosphere, however the water is static in the cup. Also consider water held at a height, it has potential energy which is exerting pressure on the vessel - this is probably a better way of considering voltage as a pressure - releasing the potential energy causes the water to flow. In a way this is analogous to have a voltage in a circuit and you closing the circuit to allow a current to flow.Originally posted by haditya@Jul 31 2004, 03:54 AM
considering bernaulli's equation for stream lined flow of a fluid.. i think pressue on water would effect its forward velocity... no doubtchanges in pressure can effect its velocity.it can be dynamic at any speed irrespective of the pressure applied.
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