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Science

Bernoulli’s Equation: Roots and Uses

June 24, 2020

Bernoulli’s equation originated from a Swiss physicist’s book in 1738. The equation is vastly used in pipe issues and explains the relationship between a fluid’s speed and its pressure. The equation was written in a more modern way by another physicist in 1752, and the original concept was combined with energy conservation. […]

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Science

Can Bernoulli’s Equation Explain How Planes Fly?

June 24, 2020

A common way to explain how planes fly is Bernoulli’s equation. Briefly, it is believed that the difference of pressure above and below the airplane’s wings make it fly, according to Bernoulli’s equation in fluid speed and pressure. The shocking fact is that the explanation is genuinely wrong. […]

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Science

How Plane Wings Work: Speed, Pressure, and Circulation

June 24, 2020

Despite all the misconceptions about flying, it can be explained through how wings work and what happens around them. Surprisingly, it is not the difference of pressure above and below the wing that makes the plane fly, as it cannot create enough force to lift the plane even. Then what do the wings do? […]

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Science

Exploring Venus: Earth’s Twin Planet

June 23, 2020

the Earth’s twin planet is Venus due to their similarity in size, mass, proximity to the Sun, and bulk composition. However, this ‘twin’ is so different in temperature, atmosphere, rivers, and winds that it is hard to assume it as Earth’s twin. […]

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Science

What Is the Atmosphere, Pressure, and Temperature Like on Venus?

June 23, 2020

Despite being Earth’s twin planet, Venus’s atmosphere is so different from Earth’s that its winds are many times more severe than Earth’s most tremendous hurricanes. Other than the wind, the surface heat of 850oF and the extreme atmospheric pressure make this twin an actual hell. […]

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Science

Venus’s Surface and Its Natural Phenomena

June 23, 2020

Venus’s surface has traces of rivers that were most probably running lava. Other than that, the hurricanes, acid clouds, and lead-melting temperatures make Venus distinctively different from the Earth, its twin planet. […]

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Chemistry

Ideal Gas Law or Van der Waals Equation?

June 19, 2020

What are the main differences between the Ideal Gas Law and Van der Waals equation? And Why is Van der Waals equation considered as an improvement over the Ideal Gas Law? […]

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Chemistry

Why Ideal Gas Law Is Not That Ideal

June 19, 2020

Ideal Gas law and why it is not that ideal: Analyzing different conditions required of an Ideal gas and how Ideal gases don’t remain ideal under the scrutiny of certain conditions. […]

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Chemistry

The Evolution of Combined Gas Law

June 19, 2020

The evolution of gas laws: From Boyle to Charles and from Gay-Lussac to Avogadro, covering the constant progression of gas laws until the eventual discovery of Combined Gas Law. […]

Mercury, the second densest planet in the solar system.
Astronomy

Mercury, the Second Densest Planet

June 18, 2020

Mercury is the second densest planet of our solar system, second only to earth. Mercury, surprisingly, also has a global magnetic field, which exists due to a strange phenomenon called antifreeze. […]

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