# You will prepare and submit a term paper on Fluid Mechanics: Bernoullis Theorem. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length.

You will prepare and submit a term paper on Fluid Mechanics: Bernoullis Theorem. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. By varying the diameter of the pipe, the pressure of the fluid can be altered. Moreover, the percentage of the flow of fluid can be restricted or increased by changing the diameter of the pipe.

Bernoulli and Euler discovered the relationship between the pressure of the blood and the speed through which it flows out of the heart. Bernoulli evaluated that when he punctured the wall of the pipe containing a fluid. The eight of the fluid rose at the open-ended end of the pipe. He further discovered that there is a deep relationship between how much the fluid rose in the pipe and the difference in the pressure between the two ends of the pipe. Very soon, a blood pressure measuring system was introduced at over Europe that used similar statics as that of the Bernoulli apparatus. This apparatus involves sticking the capillary tube directly into the artery of the patient. This method for measuring blood pressure remained in use for 170 years. An Italian doctor introduced a better method for measuring h blood pressure in 1896 without puncturing the artery. This method is still used today for measuring blood pressure. However, the Bernoulli method for measuring blood pressure is used in aviation for measuring the speed of the air passing the aircraft.

Discovering more about the flow of fluids, Bernoulli studied the conservation of energy regarding the flow of fluids and evaluated the relationship between the potential and kinetic energy and the connection between the conversation of energy and the flow of fluids. He formerly discovered that as the height of the fluids is increased, it gains potential energy, and the kinetic energy of the fluid when it is released depends on the potential energy it gained through height. Dams and water reservoirs and hydroelectric generation plants utilize a similar principle to evaluate the amount of energy being taken as the output of the hydrodynamic energy. In dams and reservoirs sum of forces acting on the water increases its pressure at the output, speed of flow and, dynamic pressure, and kinetic energy.