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acco to bernoullis theorem, a liquid flowing in a an irregular pipe, exerts more pressure on the wider part....but loggically, pressure should be more in in narrow part as the area is less.....pls explain with reference to my logic!!!!!

acco to bernoullis theorem, a liquid flowing in a an irregular pipe, exerts more pressure on the wider part....but loggically, pressure should be more in in narrow part as the area is less.....pls explain with reference to my logic!!!!!

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Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
10 years ago

in narrow part area is less but then pressure per unit area in the fluid is also less and this is the dominani factor because of which pressure at narrow part is lesser

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