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an instrument used to measure the pressure of the atmosphere Barometer
an instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure Based on the movement of the lid of a metal box. Aneroid Barometer
for a constant number of molecules of gas at constant temperature The product of pressure and volume is constant.
the statement that the pressure in a fluid deceases as speed of the fluid increases
the smooth path of a small region of fluid in steady flow. Streamline
changing, curling paths in turbulent flow of a fluid. Eddy
in application of Bernoulli’s principle, the net upward force produced By the difference between upward and downward pressures. When lift equals Weight, horizontal flight is possible. Life
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