as we learnt about the fliud passage through a narrow and the wider hole in the video. but doesnt the bernoulli's principle only implies for incompressible liquids?

Asked by sana yusuf | 26th Feb, 2011, 12:00: AM

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Dear student,
 
Yes, you are right. bernoulli's principle only implies for incompressible liquids. Incompressible here means A fluid which is not reduced in volume by an increase in pressure. For example, you can compress a sponge, whereas you cannot compress a brick.
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Answered by  | 26th Feb, 2011, 07:38: AM

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