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The speed increases and the pressure decreases.

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0As you go deeper in a fluid, the pressure of the fluid increases.

Due to friction between the fluid and the walls of the pipe, pressure increases within the pipe.

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

its pressure increases

hydrostatic pressure - drives fluid out osmotic/oncotic pressure - solute/protein concentration that draws fluid in

The main difference of static pressure and dynamic pressure is:- static pressure is exerted by fluid at rest but dynamic pressure is pressure exerted by fluid in motion.

The main difference of static pressure and dynamic pressure is:- static pressure is exerted by fluid at rest but dynamic pressure is pressure exerted by fluid in motion.

The increase is equally distributed to all parts of a confined fluid

The density of a compressible fluid changes with pressure, while the density of an incompressible fluid is not affected by pressure (assuming isothermal conditions).

The movement of water and electrolytes is primarily regulated between fluid compartments by hydrostatic pressure and osmotic pressure.

if the density of the fluid changes with respect to pressure is called compressible fluid f the density of the fluid does not changes with respect to pressure is called incompressible fluid

When the temperature is colder, a given pressure surface will have a lower height than if the same pressure surface was located in warmer air. The density of a fluid changes with temperature and pressure.

when 2 boats r traveling close to each other,the velocity of the water inbetween the boats increases.As a result the pressure inside it decreases (according to bournalies theorm)..the pressure shud remain constant per unit volume..hence in order to equalize its pressure in the fluid, the two boats cosequently gets attracted..even it can demage them both..hope it works!

it elevates unless you can control it. true

exchange of fluid that occurs across the capillary membrane between the blood and the interstitial fluid. This fluid movement is controlled by the capillary blood pressure, the interstitial fluid pressure and the colloid osmotic pressure of the plasma. Low blood pressure results in fluid moving from the interstitial space into the circulation helping to restore blood volume and blood pressure.

When a fluid is put under pressure, the volume decreases and the temperature may rise a tiny bit because the particles are compressed.

The pressure equalizes between a "bouyed" body, and the "bouying" fluid, such that the pressure of the fluid, integrated over the wetted surface, equals the weight of the body.

A= actually its fluid pressure and fluid pressure is any kind of fluid(gas,liquid,air,are all fluid. Fluid Pressure is any fluid that is exerted on the surface, to calculate fluid pressure divide the force by the area over which it is applied.

"The pressure in a fluid increases with depth because of the weight of the fluid above. In a fluid of constant density ρ, the difference in pressure, P2-P1, between two points separated by a vertical distance his p2-p1= pgh"

The only difference between the way a fluid exerts pressure and the way a solid does is that a fluid flows into any available space, and so it exerts pressure very evenly. If you want a more detailed analysis, ultimately physical matter exerts pressure by means of the electrostatic repulsion between electrons.

Because there is no difference between the fluid pressure on the left sidecompared to the fluid pressure on the right side.

The answer depends on the pressure and the viscosity of the fluid.The answer depends on the pressure and the viscosity of the fluid.The answer depends on the pressure and the viscosity of the fluid.The answer depends on the pressure and the viscosity of the fluid.

Static pressure is the pressure exerted by fluid in all directions, when it is in rest. Stagnation pressure is the sum of static and dynamic pressure of fluid in motion. Dynamic head is given by (velocity)^2/2*g.

A nozzle is a device which increases the velocity of fluid by decreasing the Pressure but contrary to it Diffuser is a device that increases the Pressure of fluid at the expense of its velocity

Daniel Bernoulli, a Swiss mathematician. Bernoulli's principle states that as the speed of a moving fluid increases, the fluid's pressure decreases.

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