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Research Paper Have you thought about why airplanes were ever able to fly or the way racecars are able to keep on the ground at high rates? They all use a scientific notion named Bernoulli's principle, or even more commonly known as Bernoulli's equation. His rule simply states that the faster a fluid flows, the stress it applies, the slower the fluid flows, the more strain it applies. How did Daniel Bernoulli find out that quicker fluids (if I say fluids,I mean liquids and gases) contribute off reduced pressure and slower fluids give out greater pressure? He was looking at the way water flows through pipes of various diameters. He noticed that as the water had been flowing through a rather large pipe it was flowing quite slow, but since it entered a slimmer pipe, its rate was increased. Bernoulli figured that there was some thing forcing the water to flow faster. He figured that the water did not alter its quantity when going through two distinct pipes, so to be able to maintain the same amount of quantity, the water has to flow faster. He implemented Robert Boyle's law for his own findings. Boyle's law says that pressure and volume are inversely associated with Additionally, it may be mentioned as when stress goes up, volume goes down, and vice versa. Considering that the volume stayed the same as flowing into a thinner pipe, the pressure needed to be diminished when going into the narrower pipe. The conclusion of Bernoulli's experiment? The water flowing through the thinner pipe was quicker than the water flowing through the wider pipe. Additionally, the pressure at the narrow pipe has been less than the strain in the broader pipe. Thus, when the water has been flowing through the broader tube, its own pressure was higher, and when the water flowed through the narrower pipe, its media...