Bernoulli effect

the decrease in pressure as the velocity of a fluid increases.[named after Jakob BERNOULLI]
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Bernoulli effect — Ber·noul·li effect bər .nü lē , ber .nü ē , .ber .nü .(y)ē n the change in pressure observed in a fluid stream in accordance with Bernoulli s principle Ber·noul·li bər nü lē, ber nü ē, .ber nü .(y)ē Daniel (1700 1782) Swiss mathematician and… … Medical dictionary
bernoulli effect — “ noun Usage: usually capitalized B Etymology: after Daniel Bernoulli died 1782 Swiss mathematician and scientist : an effect observed in hydrodynamics: the pressure in a stream of fluid is reduced as the speed of flow is increased compare… … Useful english dictionary
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