What is Bernoulli's equation of fluid dynamics?


Bernoulli's principle of fluid dynamics, also known as Bernouli's principle state that 'for an inviscid flow, an increase in the fluid speed happens simultaneously with a decrese in pressure or a decrease in the liquids potential energy' The principle is named after a Dutch-Swiss mathematician called Daniel Bernouli, who was the prson who cmae up with the principle in his 1738 book 'Hydrodynamica'.
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Where points 1 and 2 lie on a streamline, the fluid has constant density, the flow is
Most nonlinear DEs, even many non-linear first-order DEs, cannot be solved in closed form. (Sometimes even when they can be solved this way a numerical technique is still easier).
div V != 0 would mean that fluid was collecting or dispersing, which it can't if it is incompressible
It is that branch of science which deals with the motion of the fluids.
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