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This activity from the Exploratorium provides a classic science demonstration of the buoyancy of a Cartesian diver, named after scientist René Descartes. A diver made from an eyedropper or Bic™ pen is made to float,...
This activity by Adrienne Evans is designed for students to observe and document Bernoulli's equation. It contains step-by-step instructions for a laboratory module in which students "observe and document behavior of...
This activity provides a demonstration of Bernoulli’s principle as a floating card or a paper plate responds to the low pressure created by moving air. A small and a large-scale version of the activity are available...
This web site for a class on flow visualization showcases the work of engineering and fine arts students. Eleven galleries present student images showing fluids and clouds, with information about both the science and the...
This demonstration provides an aesthetic way to view convection currents in fluids. Water warmed by an electric circuit mixes with the surrounding cooler water creating turbulence effects that bend light; the resulting...
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