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Name Class Date Fluid Pressure Paper Tent Material: Paper Procedure: Fold the piece of paper in half. Place the paper like a tent on a smooth surface. Blow under it. Do this several times. Questions: What happened? How could Bernoulli’s Principle be used to explain what you had observed? Guide for Presentation: Illustration of setup; Identify where fluid moves faster or slower; identify where fluid exerts higher or lower pressure. Cardboard Tubes Materials: Straw, 2 cardboard rolls Procedure: Place the two cardboard tubes about 2.5 cm apart. With the straw blow steadily between them. Questions: What happened? Why did it happen? Guide Presentation: Illustration of setup; Identify where fluid moves faster or slower; identify where fluid exerts higher or lower pressure. Books and Paper Materials: 2 books, 1 sheet of paper, straw Procedure: Place the books side by side on a
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Unformatted text preview: desk, with a space between them. Place the paper over both books so that it bridges them. Use the straw to blow air underneath the paper. Questions: What happened? How could Bernoullis Principle be used to explain what you had observed? Guide for Presentation: What happened? How could Bernoullis Principle be used to explain what you had observed? Airplane Wing Materials: Strip of paper, ruler, tape Procedure: Fold strip of paper in half. Tape one edge about 1 from the other edge so that one side curves out. Insert a ruler and blow directly a the folded part. Questions: What happened? Did the paper wing move toward the flat part or the curve part? Why? Guide for Presentation: Illustration of setup; Identify where fluid moves faster or slower; identify where fluid exerts higher or lower pressure....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course PHYS 2287 taught by Professor Jamesinstor during the Spring '11 term at University of Massachusetts Boston.

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