What Is Bernoulli's Equation of Fluid Dynamics?

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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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