Y Pressure Decreases n Velocity increases in a Convergent Nozzle?
friend, i have a doubt...........
in a convergent Nozzle, pressure decreases n Velocity increases. If Velocity Increases, Its Accelaration also increases. So, Force also increases. So, Pressure has to be increased...... But y it is decreasing?
in a convergent Nozzle, pressure decreases n Velocity increases. If Velocity Increases, Its Accelaration also increases. So, Force also increases. So, Pressure has to be increased...... But y it is decreasing?
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ISHAN TOPREWe are converting pressure energy in to velocity (Kinetic) energy, aren't we? So one must decrease. Besides in a convergent divergent nozzle there are 2 portions. About which one are you talking about?

krak000ishutopreWe are converting pressure energy in to velocity (Kinetic) energy, aren't we? So one must decrease. Besides in a convergent divergent nozzle there are 2 portions. About which one are you talking about?[/QSir,
I need a mathematical relation how pressure is reduced? 
Capt Sparkgo thru Bernoulli's euation (Bernoulli's Principle).
This is all about conservation of energy.. if one component increases, other should reduce. 
Capt Sparkor thru this:
Bernoulli's Equation 
sumit guptafrm boyel's law velocity and acceleration r inversly proportional
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