When a bus passes nearer from us, we feel the air in that direction itself. Why?
Asked by | 5th Aug, 2008, 05:08: PM
this is due to Bernoulli's principle which states that where there is more speed the pressure will be less hence when bus passes with great speed the pressure becomes low due to which the air travels toward the vehicle.
Answered by | 7th Aug, 2008, 07:59: PM
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