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The key equation that relates gas pressure to flow is Bernoullis theorem assuming incompressible flow p v constant where is the gas pressure N m 2 is the gas density kg m 3 is the gas velocity m s 1 is the acceleration due to gravity 981 m s 2

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The key equation that relates gas pressure to flow is Bernoullis theorem assuming incompressible flow p v constant where is the gas pressure N m 2 is the gas density kg m 3 is the gas velocity m s 1 is the acceleration due to gravity 981 m s 2 ID: 7178 Download Pdf

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