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when pressure increases velocity also increases.Then how is it possible the above relation?

when pressure increases velocity also increases.Then how is it possible the above relation?

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saiharsha vaddempudi
30 Points
9 years ago

Force=mass*accelaration ________ 1

Accelaration=velcoity/time _______2

from above two equations  force=mass*velocity/time ______3

pressure=force/area ______4

from equations 3 and 4 we get pressure=mass*velocity/time*area 

so when the mass and area are constant the pressure is directly proptional to velocity 

KAMAL RAWAT
39 Points
9 years ago

we know that P=F/A

BUT F=ma

& a=dv/dt

so, F=mdv/dt

P=mdv/Adt

so, if mass and area are constant then P IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO VELOCITY

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