Daniel Bernoulli

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Swiss physicist who contributed to hydrodynamics and mathematical physics (1700-1782)

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Considering the theory of the current tube and the Bernoulli effect, we can appreciate that the 3D spectrum of the flow generated around and in the exterior of a classic hull stern having practiced cross corrugated sections can be substantially improved by architectural optimization in terms of unification (equalization) of the axle velocities in the anterior plan of the closest proximity of the propeller.
The narrowing of the nostrils results in greater air velocity during inspiration, which magnifies the Bernoulli effect and makes the lateral nasal wall more prone to collapse.
Due to the Bernoulli effect, this vibration causes the liquid to be pumped upward or downward through the holes.
The Bernoulli effect says it is this spin which creates the low-pressure force that turns the ball to the left ( round the defensive wall.
A novel wall climbing robot based on Bernoulli effect, IEEE/ASME Int.