Our next seminar for school teachers will be conducted soon by Olexandr Trylis (a teacher of physics at the "Basis" school), where he is going to discuss aero hydrodynamics (practically, hydrodynamics) in the framework of the school physics curriculum. In particular, the limits of the Bernoulli equation (does it work at all?) and why many of the common considerations based on this equation are wrong. Instead of the Bernoulli equation, alternative topics will be proposed along with many vivid physical effects to engage the students in qualitative analysis.
For those loving to calculate, some quantitative relations, which could underlie the school-level computational tasks, will be provided.
Please note! One needs to register to attend the event: https://forms.gle/bhVXootPuM1KarhVA