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Course: -(CE,ME) IInd Year, End Term (SummerTerm) Examination, 2012-13 Subject: - Fluid Mechanics (MEE-201, CEE-212) Time:-2hr30min M.M:-40 Notes:1. Answer all questions from Group A (which is) compulsory, Any Four from Group B and Any Four from Group C. 2. All questions of the particular group should be answered collectively at one place. All parts of a question (a, b, etc.) should be answered at one place. 3. Answer should be brief and to-the-point and be supplemented with neat sketches. 4. Any missing or wrong data may be assumed suitably giving proper justification. 5. Figures on the right-hand side margin indicate full marks. Group-A (All questions are compulsory) Q.1
20 X 0.5=10

SET-A GLA University, Mathura

Attempt all questions (compulsory) and write correct answers in answer-sheet: a) The separation of boundary takes place when the pressure gradient is  Negative  Positive  Zero  Constant b) Kinematic similarity between model and prototype is the similarity of  Shape  Discharge  Stream  Forces

c) If the stream function is given by 𝝍=3xy, then the velocity at a point (2,3) will be  7.21 unit  10.82 unit  18 unit  54 unit d) The ratio of maximum velocity and the average velocity in laminar flow through circular pipe is  2  0.5  1.5  0.25 e) Velocity profile in laminar flow is  Parabolic  Hyperbolic  A straight line  An ellipse f) Dimensions of shear velocity ( V*) is  LT-2  ML2T-2  LT-1  ML-1T-2 g) For Froude model ratio velocity is   √ ⁄  ( ) ⁄  ( ) h) Mach Number is the ratio of inertia force to  Viscous force  Pressure  Elastic force  Gravity i) Surface tension is due to  Viscous force j) Velocity potential function exist for  Laminar flow  Irrotational flow  Rotational flow  Turbulent flow

Group-B (Answer any Four)

4X 2.5=10

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1. Three pipes of length 2. Define the following dimensionless numbers:
(i) Froude’s number (ii) Euler’s number (iii) Mach’s number Group-C (Answer any Four)
4 X 5=20

1. Derive and sketch the shear stress and velocity distribution across the section of circular pipe in a viscous fow. 2. A horizontal pipeline 40 m long is connected to a water tank at one end and discharges freely into the atmosphere at the end. For the first 25 m of its length from the tank, the pipe is 150 mm diameter and its diameter suddenly enlarges to 300 mm. The height of water level in the tank is 8 m above the centre of the pipe. Consider all losses of head, determine the rate of flow. Take friction coefficient = 0.01 for both sections of pipe. 3.

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