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 demonstrations:2_fluid_mechanics:2c_dynamics_of_fluids:bernoulli_theorem:start [2019/02/14 23:33]127.0.0.1 external edit demonstrations:2_fluid_mechanics:2c_dynamics_of_fluids:bernoulli_theorem:start [2020/03/13 20:28] (current)demoroom 2020/03/13 20:28 demoroom 2020/02/03 21:50 demoroom 2019/04/16 23:22 demoroom 2019/02/14 23:33 external edit Next revision Previous revision 2020/03/13 20:28 demoroom 2020/02/03 21:50 demoroom 2019/04/16 23:22 demoroom 2019/02/14 23:33 external edit Line 1: Line 1: ====== Bernoulli Theorem ====== ====== Bernoulli Theorem ====== - {{tag>hose vacuum needs_review untagged unlocated}} + {{tag> ​fluid_mechanics bernoulli levitation located}} Line 11: Line 11: ===== Description ===== ===== Description ===== - Demonstrate ​the Bernoulli Theorem. ​    ​Classes Used: PHYS 101 + Consists simply of the [[demonstrations:9_equipment:​reverse_vacuum_cleaner:​start|reversed vacuum cleaner]] and a lightweight plastic ball. - + - + - + ===== Purpose ===== ===== Purpose ===== - + Demonstrates ​the Bernoulli Theorem ​by using a flow of air to levitate a ball. - To demonstrate ​the Bernoulli Theorem. ​ + - + ===== Apparatus ===== ===== Apparatus ===== - + * [[demonstrations:​9_equipment:​reverse_vacuum_cleaner:​start|Reversed ​vacuum cleaner]] - Reversed ​Vacuum + * [[demonstrations:​9_equipment:​balls:​start|Plastic Ball]] - Plastic Ball + - + ===== Setup ===== ===== Setup ===== - + ​- Turn the vacuum ​on and drop the ball above the nozzle. - - Turn Vacuum ​on and drop ball above nozzle + - The ball will then remain suspended in air due to the Bernoulli effect. - - Ball will remain suspended in air due to the Bernoulli effect ​ ​Updated on 06/10/13 + ===== Notes ===== ===== Notes ===== + A plastic cup attached to the side of the vacuum is used to hold a ball specifically for this demo. If it's missing, we should have more. Line 56: Line 46: - | **Location** | ---- | + | **Location** | U0 | | **Maker** | Unknown | | **Maker** | Unknown | | **Current State** | Working | | **Current State** | Working |