- Bernoulli's equation describes the conservation of a quantity I call "fluid energy per unit volume"
- One new concept is "fluid pressure potential energy", which is simply related to a pressure difference
- Using Bernoulli's equation, you can predict the properties of a steadily flowing fluid at one point, given some information about the fluid elsewhere
- Viscosity is the fluid analog of friction
- Poiseuille's equation relates viscosity, the size and length of a pipe to the volume flow rate through it

This lecture discusses material in Chapter 11 of Cutnell and Johnson.

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