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# Hydro-statics/Hydrodynamics: Pressure and Bernoulli equation

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The static water pressure at point 1 in a pipe is 100 kPa, and the fluid velocity is 2 m/s. At point 2 downstream, the pipe narrows and the velocity increases to 3 m/s. What is the static pressure at that point? The usual assumptions concerning laminar flow, no friction losses, incompressibility, etc. all apply. This is in reference to Bernoulli's principles.

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Water pressure at a point downstream in a narrowing tube is calculated.

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