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Bernoulli Box

An early computer disk onto which one could store several megabytes of memory. It was introduced in the 1980s and was made largely obsolete with the introduction of Zip drives in the mid-1990s. Bernoulli Boxes resembled floppy disks.
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Bernoulli's principle states that "when an incompressible, smoothly flowing fluid gains speed, internal pressure in the fluid decreases, and vice versa" (Hewitt, 2004).
Even physics teachers claim to have unclear understandings of Bernoulli's principle and sometimes avoid teaching the concept altogether to their students (Hewitt, 2004).
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Use the "wing on a string" as an instructional tool to demonstrate the concepts related to Bernoulli's Principle.
We didn't want something like Bernoulli's principle (a law of physics) with five or six permutations,'' Valenti said during a telephone interview from his office in Washington, D.
Carefully designed to blend beautiful form with function, Vinturi applies Bernoulli's principle which states that as the speed of a moving fluid increases, the pressure within the fluid decreases.
That's a rule of physics called Bernoulli's principle.
Because according to, Bernoulli's principle, as the flow of a fluid (any liquid or gas) speeds up, its pressure drops.