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Bernoulli Equation

The Bernoulli Equation summarises the conservation of energy in a fluid system. In an ideal flow, this energy stays constant.

The total energy of a fluid at a given point is the sum of the ‘Pressure Energy’, the ‘Kinetic Energy’ and ‘Potential Energy’.

Per unit volume, this is:

(1)

Where P = Pressure, ρ = density, v = velocity, g = Acceleration from gravity, h = height.

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