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[1]. What is the basic unit of force in the British Gravitational (BG) system of units?

[2]. What is the basic unit of mass in the British Gravitational (BG) system of units?

[3]. What is the basic unit of force in the International System (SI) of units?

[4]. What is the basic unit of mass in the International System (SI) of units?

[5]. If m is the mass of a fluid and V is its volume, the density of this fluid is calculated as:

(a) V/m (b) m/g (c) m/V (d) mg

[6]. If is the density of a fluid, the specific volume is defined as:

(a) 1/ (b) g (c) g/ (d) / g

[7]. If W is the weight of a volume V of a liquid, then, the specific weight of a liquid, , is given by:

(a) V/W (b) W/g (c) W/V (d) Wg

[8]. If a force F acts on a surface A, then the pressure p on the surface is defined as:

(a) F/A (b) A/F (c) AF (d) F/A2

[9]. The bulk modulus of elasticity of a liquid has units of:

(a) volume (b) pressure (c) force (d) viscosity

[9]. An ideal fluid is one with zero viscosity. Thus, an ideal fluid is also known as a(n):

(a) incompressible fluid (b) viscous fluid (c) inviscid fluid (d) compressible fluid

[10]. If is the absolute (or dynamic) viscosity of a fluid and is its density, its kinematic viscosity is

defined as:

(a) VD/ (b) g (c) (d) /

[11]. Which one of the following is a unit of absolute viscosity?

(a) centipoise (b) newton (c) pascal (d) watt

[12]. Which one of the following is a unit of kinematic viscosity?

(a) poise (b) newton (c) centistoke (d) watt

[13]. Which one of the following is a unit of pressure?

(a) centipoise (b) newton (c) pascal (d) watt

[14]. Which one of the following is a unit of power?

(a) centipoise (b) newton (c) pascal (d) watt

(a) energy (b) force (c) pressure (d) power

[16]. __ True or __ False: Kinematic viscosity has dimensions of length2/time (L2/T).

[17]. __ True or __ False: Surface tension has dimensions of Force/lenght (F/L).

[18]. Ns/m2 are units of __________ in the SI.

(a) pressure (b) absolute viscosity (c) kinematic viscosity (d) kinetic energy

[19]. __ True or __ False. The effect of water rising in small-diameter tubes due to surface tension is

referred to as capillarity.

[20]. __ True or __ False. Water is a wetting liquid.

[21]. __ True or __ False. Mercury is a non-wetting liquid.

[22]. Let pabs be the absolute pressure at a point, pgage be the gage pressure, and patm be the atmospheric

pressure at the same point. The absolute pressure is calculated as:

(a) pabs = pgage + patm (b) pabs = pgage - patm (c) pabs = patm - pgage (d) pabs = patm /pgage

[23]. To convert from psi (pounds per square inch, or lb/in2) to psf (pounds per square foot, or lb/ft2)

multiply by:

(a) 12 (b) 32.2 (c) 9.806 (d) 144

[24]. Which of the following is not a typical value of the atmospheric pressure at sea level:

(a) 14.69 psi (b) 300 mmHg (c) 101.3 kPa (c) 10.34 mH20

[24]. Atmospheric pressure can be measured using an instrument called:

(a) rotameter (b) pitot tube (c) barometer (d) hot-wire anemometer

[25]. Pressure differences in a pipeline can be measured using an instrument called:

(a) rotameter (b) manometer (c) barometer (d) hot-wire anemometer

[26]. The Bourdon Gage is an instrument used to measure:

(a) horsepower (b) velocity (c) pressure (d) discharge

[27]. Let z represent the elevation of the centerline of a pipe and p be the pressure at the pipe section,

the sum z +p/ , where is the specific weight of the fluie in the pipe, is referred to as the:

(a) manometric pressure (b) elevation (c) velocity head (d) piezometric head

[28]. If we are working with gage pressures only in analyzing a manometer, any free surface open to

the atmosphere has a pressure equal to:

(a) 14.69 psi (b) zero (c) 760 mmHg (d) 101.3 kPa

[29]. __ True or __ False. The equation p = h represents the gage pressure at a depth h below the free

surface of a liquid of specific weight open to the atmosphere.

[30]. If a horizontal plane surface of area A is submerged at a depth h in a liquid of specific weight

the force due to the liquid pressure on the area is calculated as:

(a) hA (b) h/A (c) A/h (d) h + A

[31]. If a vertical plane surface of area A is submerged in a liquid of specific weight , and hc is the

depth of the surface's centroid below the free surface, then, the force due to the liquid pressure on the

area is calculated as:

(a) A/ hc (b) hc A (c) A/ hc (d) hc + A

[32]. The point on a plane surface where the hydrostatic force acts is referred to as:

(a) the center of gravity (b) the centroid (c) the center of mass (d) the center of pressure

[33]. __True or __ False: The buoyancy force on a solid submerged in a fluid is equal to the weight of

the volume of liquid displaced by the solid.

[34]. __ True or __ False: Archimedes' principle is used to calculate the buoyancy force on a solid

submerged in a liquid.

[35]. __ True or __ False: If a nonporous solid has a specific weight (or density) larger than that of the

liquid where it is submerged the solid body will sink in the liquid.

[36]. __ True or __ False: If a nonporous solid has a specific weight (or density) smaller than that of

the liquid where it is submerged the solid body will float to the surface of the liquid.

[37]. A hydrometer can be used to measure the _____________ of a liquid.

(a) viscosity (b) specific gravity (c) surface tension (d) bulk modulus of elasticity

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