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The effect of the Bernoulli's Principle on the ISS [Physics]
posted April 2 2013 19:35.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Recently i was working on an idea which would utilize the Bernoulli's Principle to increase efficiency, so i googled around to find some more info. I then came across this video!

Like every physics law (and i mean this), the short description is never enough to reveal its "magic" behind the idea, nor the power of mind spend to discover it. The Bernoulli's principle states that:

for an inviscid flow, an increase in the speed of the fluid occurs simultaneously with a decrease in pressure or a decrease in the fluid's potential energy.


Watch the following video with a physics experiment on the ISS:





Here are some more "landed" experiments based on the Bernoulli's Principle





And for those who love analysis....




Now go back and read again the Bernoulli's Principle. You've got to be a really insensitive person if this doesn't touch your feelings.

[Link: NASA eClips]
 
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