Tag: Bernoulli effect

Did Jon Lester Cheat?

Modeling Ships

The truth of the matter is that surreptitiously altering the surface of the ball is sort of a time-worn tradition. Not a noble tradition, to be sure, but one that is viewed as much a part of the game of baseball as adjusting yourself or spitting tobacco juice.

Bernoulli Effect

Theory

Daniel Bernoulli’s (1700-1782) work is integral to the field of aerodynamics. It explains the way that air moves over a curved surface. As the air moves up and over the curved surface of an airplane wing, it must flow more quickly than the air moving in a straight path across the underside of the wing. […]