Bernoullis principle basically says that when the velocity of a liquid is increased, the pressure it exerts is decreased. That's why the disk doesn't fly off in the gif
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@picsareforchumps, how can that be true if the water from fire hoses is crazy strong? Or am I thinking of a different detail altogether?
@The Puppet Man, if I recall my liquid physics correctly, there is a difference between pressure and force. Which is why the water from a fire hose always looks white while the water from a garden hose looks more like STI water. Not 100% on that but that's what I recall.
@tiburon, ...still* still water.
@The Puppet Man, well the pressure is coming from a horizontal pipe under the ground, so it's moving in a horizontal direction. Then it is forced upward to the surface. The original direction of the pressure is still influencing the water. So a circular pattern of pressure in the water is acting on the disk! The higher the velocity of the water in the pipe moving in the horizontal direction, the lower the pressure will be when it is directed upward
@picsareforchumps, The same principle can be applied to airfoils and lift.
@picsareforchumps, Pretty sure there is more at work here than bernoulli's principle. There are pages of arguments on reddit for this exact gif.
*waits for someone to state the principle*
@I Think Knot, Bernoulli's principle
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So this is where I use differential equations
I was waiting for him to take a shot of water to the nads or the phone to get hit
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Now all I need is a parking lot with water coming out of it
Don't see how this is Bernoulli's Principle. Someone halp...
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