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It states that the total energy (pressure energy, potential energy and kinetic energy) of an

incompressible and non-viscous fluid in steady flow through a pipe remains constant throughout

the flow, provided there is no source or sink of the fluid along the length of the pipe.

This statement is based on the assumption that there is no loss of energy due to friction.

To prove Bernoulli's theorem, we make the following assumptions:

1. The liquid is incompressible.

2. The liquid is non-viscous.

3. The flow is steady and the velocity of the liquid is less than the critical velocity for the liquid.

Imagine an incompressible and non-viscous liquid to be flowing through a pipe of varying cross-

sectional area as shown in Fig. The liquid enters the pipe with a normal velocity v11 and at a

height h1 above the reference level (earth's surface). It leaves the pipe with a normal velocity v2

at the narrow end B of cross-sectional area a2 and at a height h2 above the earth's surface. at its

wide end A of cross-sectional area a

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If r is the density of the incompressible liquid, then in accordance with the equation of continuity,

the mass m of the liquid crossing any section of the pipe is given by

Let P1 and P2 be the values of the pressure due to the liquid at the ends A and B respectively. If

the liquid moves from the end A to B under the action of pressure difference P1 - P2, then in

accordance with energy conservation principle, the work done by the pressure energy of the

liquid must appear as the increase in potential and kinetic energies of the liquid.

The pressure energy exerts a force P1 a1 on the liquid at the end A. The liquid covers a distance

v1 in one second at the end A and therefore

The liquid reaches the end B against pressure P2 i.e. against a force P2 a2. At the end B, the

liquid covers a distance v2 in one second and therefore

Hence, net work done by the pressure energy in moving the liquid from the end A to B in one

second = P1 a1 v1 - P2 a2 v2

Using the equation (ii), we have

Net work done by the pressure energy per second = P1 m/ - P2 m/ = ( P1 - P2) m/ ... (iii)

When the mass m of the liquid flows in one second from the end A to B, its height increases from

h1 to h2.

Therefore, increase in potential energy of the liquid per second

Further, when the mass m of the liquid flows in one second from the end A to B, its velocity

increases from v1 to v2.

Therefore, increase in kinetic energy of the liquid per second = 1/2 mv22 - 1/2 mv12 = 1/2 m(v22

- v12) ... (v)

Work done by the pressure energy per second = increase in potential energy per second +

increase in kinetic energy per second

or P1/? - P2/? = gh2 - gh1 + 1/2 v22 - 1/2 v12 or P1/? + gh1 + 1/2 v12 = P2/? + gh2 + 1/2 v22 .....

(vi)

or P/? + gh + 1/2 v2 = constant

It proves the Bernoulli's theorem. This is the most convenient form of Bernoulli's equation.

However, it can be expressed in some other forms as explained below:

Multiplying both sides of the equation (vi) by ?, we have

P1 + ?gh1 + 1/2 ?v12 = P2 + ?gh2 + 1/2 ?v22 ... (vii)

In this equation, each term has got dimension of pressure.

Again, dividing both sides of the equation (vi) by g, we have

P1/?g + h1 + v12/2g = P2/?g + h2 + v22/2g ..... (viii)

In this equation, each term has got dimensions of length. The terms P/?g, h and v2/2g are called

pressure head, elevation (or gravitational) head and velocity head respectively.

When the liquid flows through a horizontal pipe (h1 = h2), then the equation (vi) becomes

P1/ + 1/2 v12 + P2/ + 1/2 v22

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