by: Patricia McKenna and Larisa CifricTABLE OF CONTENTS1. Bernoulli's Principle2.Bernoulli's Principle ToonDoo3.Bernoulli's Principle TeacherTube4.Bernoulli's Principle Xtranormal5.Bernoulli's Principle Voki6.Citations

Bernoulli’s Principle Bernoulli’s principle was a law discovered by the Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli in 1738. The Bernoulli’s principle stated that the more pressure below the object moved the object up. Also, vice versa, the more pressure on top of the object moves the object downward. If the air were to move faster above the object then the fluid pressure would push the object upward. If the air were to move faster below the object then the fluid pressure would push the object downward. It explains how the pressure of gas or a liquid decreases as the velocity increases. High velocity then creates low pressure.

TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Bernoulli's Principle2.Bernoulli's Principle ToonDoo3.Bernoulli's Principle TeacherTube4.Bernoulli's Principle Xtranormal5.Bernoulli's Principle Voki6.CitationsBernoulli’s PrincipleBernoulli’s principle was a law discovered by the Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli in 1738. The Bernoulli’s principle stated that the more pressure below the object moved the object up. Also, vice versa, the more pressure on top of the object moves the object downward. If the air were to move faster above the object then the fluid pressure would push the object upward. If the air were to move faster below the object then the fluid pressure would push the object downward. It explains how the pressure of gas or a liquid decreases as the velocity increases. High velocity then creates low pressure.

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