Bernoulli FLEXCART

See the Bernoulli principle in action! Suspend light-weight spheres in mid-air and learn how this is possible through the connection between speed and pressure so that even something as heavy as a jumbo jet is able to fly “suspended” in the sky. Through the use of the Bernoulli FLEXCART, students will experience the phenomena of Bernoulli’s principle of flight and Newton’s laws.

Students will learn about the Four Forces of Flight and how weight, lift, drag and thrust interact in order to keep the ball suspended. Context can be given as these same concepts are applied to any plane in flight. Give a hands-on experience that translates to the contextual experience of flight that happens everyday.


STEM Concepts Learned From Use of the Bernoulli FLEXCART:
In Development - STEM Concepts Coming Soon!

Phenomena of the Bernoulli Principle:

Aviation Principles:

Exhibit Technology:

Vernier Technology:

Engineering Concepts:

Math Calculations:

STEM Careers associated with the Bernoulli FLEXCART:

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Aerodynamics Engineer
  • Fluid Dynamics Engineer
  • Aeronautical Engineer
  • Commercial Airline Pilot
  • Flight Test Engineer
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
  • Helicopter Pilot
  • Electrical and Instrumentation Technician
    (Natural Gas company, maintaining equipment for accuracy in fluid measurements in pipes)

Bernoulli FLEXCART Specs:

Bernoulli Specs

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

NGSS aligned curriculum for the Bernoulli FLEXCART is currently under development and will be available September of 2020.

Topic: Forces and Interactions: Coming Soon!

Topic: 3-5 Engineering Design: Coming Soon!