why wincheeter gets blown up when motor cyclists drive fast?

Asked by zrajani | 6th Aug, 2011, 12:00: AM

Expert Answer:

When a motor cyclist drives fast, moving air outside the windcheater creates lower pressure outside while the stationary air inside the windcheater leads to higher pressure inside (according to Bernoulli's theorem). Larger air pressure inside the windcheater generates greater outward force on the windcheater. Hence, it gets blown up and bulges out.

For your reference, the following video on our website explains the Bernoulli's principle in detail:
http://www.topperlearning.com/student/video/Mw==/NA==/MTI5/MTAw/OTY4

Answered by  | 25th Aug, 2011, 07:18: AM

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