# Bernoulli Principle Calculator | iCalculator

The Bernoulli Principle Calculator will calculate:

1. The flowing speed at one end of a horizontal tube
2. The flowing speed at the end of a non-horizontal tube or opening

 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 Input area of fluid (A1) m2 Output area of fluid (A2) m2 Input speed of fluid (v1) m/s Density of fluid (ρ) kg/m3 Input pressure (P1) Pa Output pressure (P2) Pa Tube height at input end (h1) m Tube height at output end (h2) m Gravitational field strength, (g) m/s2
Flow speed at one end of a horizontal tube calculations Flow speed at one end of a horizontal tube = m/s [Calculations below] Flow speed at the end of a non-horizontal tube or opening = m/s [Calculations below] Note: All inputs calculated to decimal places. v2 = A1 × v1/A2 v2 = × /v2 = /v2 = m/s v2 = √2 × (P1 - P2) + ρ × g × (h1 - h2) + ρ × v21/2/ρv2 = √2 × ( - ) + × × ( - ) + × 2/2/v2 = √2 × () + × × () + × /2/v2 = √2 × + /2/v2 = √2 × + /v2 = √2 × /v2 = √/v2 = √v2 = Input area of fluid (A1) m Output area of fluid (A2) m Input speed of fluid (v1) m/s Density of fluid (ρ) kg/m3 Input pressure (P1) Pa Output pressure (P2) Pa Tube height at input end (h1) m Tube height at output end (h2) m Gravitational field strength, (g) m/s

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## Bernoulli Principle Calculator Limitations

The second part of the Bernoulli Principle Calculator will only work if the input area is much greater than the output area.

## Flow speed at one end of a Horizontal Tube Formula and Calculation

You can calculate the flow speed at one end of a horizontal tube using the following formula, note that when you enter information into the Bernoulli Principle Calculator the calculations will be updated in relation to the Bernoulli Principle formula so you can check the accuracy of your own manual calculations.

v2 = A1 × v1/A2

## Flow speed at the end of a Non-horizontal Tube or Opening Formula and Calculation

You can calculate the flow speed at the end of a non-horizontal tube or opening using the following formula:

v2 = √2 × (P1 - P2 )+ρ∙g∙(h1 - h2 ) + ρ × v21/2/ρ

Note that when you enter information into the Bernoulli Principle Calculator to calculate the flow speed at the end of a non-horizontal tube or opening the calculations will be updated in relation to the Bernoulli Principle formula so you can check the accuracy of your own manual calculations.

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