I am wondering if there is any practical way to measure dynamic pressure? The approach to take would probably be to measure the force imparted on the surface and manually dividing by area to find the pressure.
I am planning to use it for personal research on using arduino for an instrument panel in a home-built aircraft. This would be used to make an airspeed indicator. Aircraft airspeed is found by finding the difference between dynamic pressure (the pressure of the wind pushing back against the aircraft and per Newton's third law the forward pressure of the aircraft) as measured by a tube that is rammed with oncoming air, and static pressure (atmospheric air pressure) as measured by a static pressure port on the side of the aircraft. This difference is known as the impact pressure. Using Bernoulli's equation, the speed of the aircraft can be found with: Impact Pressure = 1/2 * p *V^2 where p = air density and V = velocity.