# Why does a hose nozzle 'stick' to bottom of container?

When filling water trough with hose I notice if the hose exit is pushed roughly perpendicularly against the bottom of the tank the hose will 'stick' to the bottom of the tank, what are the physics that 'stick' the hose in place?

• So, looking at the Bernoulli Eqn, $$p_1+0.5\rho_1v_1^2+\rho_1gh_1=p_2+0.5\rho_2v_2^2+\rho_2gh_2$$, the exiting fluid velocity ($v_2$) causes the pressure just outside the hose nozzle ($p_2$) to be low? If right or wrong, can you provide a further description of how to see the pressure difference causing the nozzle to be pushed towards the floor and how this force due to the difference in pressure is greater than the repulsive force due to the fluid impinging upon the floor ($F=\rho Q v$)? – Armadillo Feb 5 '18 at 16:15