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Unformatted text preview: University Physics Fraser-136d bv Basins Lea-1119' Bernoulli's equation 1 Epvl + P+ pgy= constant is the result of the conservation of mass for a moving ﬂuid. the conservation of energy for a moving ﬂuid. the conservation of linear momentum for a moving liuid. Newton's Third La'luiilI for a moving ﬂuid. the equation of continuity for a moving fluid. r Explanation —\@iuiewere~duus amuse “EMF The fist thing that We notice is that the given expression states that the sum of three terms is equal to a oohstant, that is to say that some quantity is conserved. We can then look at the expression and try and think about whether any of the terms have a familiar form. 1 Epv1+ P+ pgy= constant Notice that the sum on the left hand side of the equation is a sum of each individual energy {per unit volume} contribution and therefore represents the total energy. For reference, the terms represent the kinetic energy. presstre energy. and potential energy per unit volume repeciively. ...
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