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Fluid pressure decreases as speed increases. Bernoulli's principle states "as the speed of a moving fluid increases, it's pressure decreases.

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Bernoulli's principle states that an increase in the speed of a liquid results in a decrease in pressure, and a decrease in the speed of a liquid results in an increase in pressureBernoulli's Principle states that as the velocity of a fluid increases, the pressure exerted by that fluid decreases.

the fluid pressure decrease as the speed increase

for ideal fluid pv=nRT, so when pressure increase velocity decreases since vel. is inversly proportional to pressure....

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In most cases the viscosity decreases as the temperature increases.

If you increase the temperature of a fluid, the pressure in the container increases.

fluid pressure increases when you go below sea level fluid pressure decreases when you go above sea level

If you mean Bernoulli's principle, it's the statement that an increase in the speed of a fluid produces a decrease in pressure and a decrease in the speed produces an increase in pressure.

Due to the weight of the fluid above you.

As Bernoulli Principle says, the fluid pressure decreases when speed increases. So if a river speeds up when it's narrowing down, the fluid pressure goes down.

A simplified answer is: when the speed of an ideal fluid increase the pressure decrease.The principle of Daniel Bernoulli is old from 1738 !

It increases. The lower you go, the more mass there is in the column of air (or water) above you. The earth's gravitational attraction pulls that column downward. In a fluid, the pressure is equal in all directions.

False, would increase the amount of fluid leaving the capillaries.

It increases because the higher you go the lower the pressure is in the air and your blood (body fluids) pressure has to go higher to survive. But you can't go super high like to space because you would die.

With the increase in flow rate the velocity of the fluid increases. and with the increase in velocity the pressure decreases, because there will be pressure drop (Refer Bernoulli's Theorm). So with increase in Flow rate the pressure decreases.

As the speed of a fluid increases, the pressure within the fluid decreases.

As you go deeper in a fluid, the pressure of the fluid increases.

Fluid pressure increases with depth because the weight of the liquid on top of the measuring level exerts force downwards. It is the same effect as piling up 10 plates because the one below gets all the pressure.

It will increase blood pressure by increasing volume. This will have a negate chromotropic effect and decrease HR.

This is known as Pascal's principle. Pascal was very important in the field of physics, and his name is now given to a unit of pressure.

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