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## How the Bernoulli's principle works for different shapes

### Conclusion

The hypothesis holds true - the strip in the shape of an airfoil was lifted the highest. Bernoulli’s principle operated the best in objects that were the shape of an airfoil.

Bernoulli’s principle and airfoil designs are used in to design aircraft and race cars. The airfoil of an aircraft’s body and wings are an essential to flight. As for race cars, the airfoil keeps the rear wheels of a car on the ground, by producing a downward pressure/force on the rear of the car.

### Also consider

Alter the width of the shapes.

Use winds of different speeds.

### References

Bernoulli’s principle - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernoulli's_principle

Bernoulli’s principle - http://library.thinkquest.org/27948/bernoulli.html

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Complexity level:
9
Project cost (\$):
20
Time required:
It will take an hour to set up the experiment, and an hour to conduct it
Material availability:
Easily found
Safety concerns:

Basic safety requirements