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    Lift Provided due to Bernoulli's Principle

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    If wind blows at 34 m/s over your house, what is the net force on the roof if its area is 269 m2?

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    Problem: If wind blows at 34 m/s over your house, what is the net force on the roof if its area is 269 m2?

    Calculation for this is based on Bernoulli's principle. If you hang two ping pong ( table tenis )
    balls from a fixed support by strings and let them be side by side at a distance of approximately 4 cm from each other and blow air , with the help of a drinking straw, in the space between them then the two balls will come towards each other and stick together. This happens because the air ...

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    Application of Bernoulli's quation provides lift.

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