Daniel Bernoulli


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

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Ballistics as a science begins in the eighteenth century with the work of Robins, Daniel Bernoulli, and Euler.
It was 18th-Century Dutch scientist Daniel Bernoulli who first pinpointed the reason why objects like a football bend in the air when kicked in a certain way.
The Swiss mathematician Daniel Bernoulli created a theory in the 18th Century that explains why a dimpled ball creates a smaller wake of low pressure.
The book, first published by Dover Publications in 1968 and reissued in 2005, contains new English translations of the works Hydrodynamica, by Daniel Bernoulli, as published by Johann Reinhold Dulsecker at Strassburg in 1738, and Hydraulica, by Johann Bernoulli, as published by Marc-Michel Bousquet at Lausanne and Geneva in 1743.
This is a delightful and ingenious version of the Sleeping Beauty tale, combined with historical information on the inventor Daniel Bernoulli.