If I have a stream of moving fluid (moving at a velocity of $v$) flowing past a plate, is there a formula that calculates the pressure exerted by the fluid as a result of the movement of the fluid? More specifically, what is the difference in pressure if the fluid is static and moving?
I found a concept called dynamic pressure - but it doesn't seem to fit in this situation. By Bernoulli's principle, the faster the fluid the lower the pressure should be, but dynamic pressure was given as $q\propto v^2$, which is the opposite of what Bernoulli's principle states.
So my question is, is there a formula (as a function of $v$) for the pressure exerted specifically by the motion of a fluid on an object?