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*From*: "Anthony Lapinski" <Anthony_Lapinski@pds.org>*Date*: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 11:36:27 -0500

Teaching fluids now. Is there an "easy/conceptual" way to teach/derive

Bernoulli's equation?

P + 0.5pv2 = pgh = constant

Using conservation of energy and other formulas, this is the most

tedious/complicated derivation. I'm just looking for a different approach.

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