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An explaination of Bernoulli's Principle

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 1 month ago

 

1. Air on top of a wing moves faster than air on bottom because of the shape of the wing.

2. Faster moving air has less pressure than slower moving air.

3. Therefore air on top of a wing has less pressure than air on bottom of the wing.

4. Things move from high pressure to low pressure, so the wing moves from high pressure below the wing to low pressure above the wing, causing LIFT.

 

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