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Re: Archie a non-flyer? (was:Re: origin of bats/reply 2 to TMK)



The direction of the flow isn't restricted. And, if you wish, Bernoulli can be modified to account for compressible effects (which aren't an issue at the speeds we are discussing).
JimC


----- Original Message ----- From: "Roberto Takata" <rmtakata@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: Archie a non-flyer? (was:Re: origin of bats/reply 2 to TMK)



> Bernouilli effect is just a decrease in static pressure by an increase
in velocity of the horizontal flow of a incompressible fluid, right?