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Concept Builder

have their lengths in the ratio of 1 : 2 and

Elasticity:

their diameters in the ratio 2 : 1. If they are

Elastic behavior, Stress-strain relationship.

Hookes law, Youngs modulus, bulk modulus, stretched by the same force, the ratio of

shear, modulus of rigidity, increase in the length of A to that of B will be

poissons ratio; elastic energy. (1) 1 : 2 (2) 4 : 1

(3) 1 : 8 (4) 1 : 4

Viscosity:

Viscosity, Stokes law, terminal velocity,

Reynolds number, streamline and turbulent 4. A uniform steel wire of length 4 m and area of

flow. Critical velocity, Bernoullis theorem and cross section 3 106 m2 is extended by 1 mm

its applications.

by the application of a force. If the Youngs

Surface tension: modulus of steel is 2.0 1011 N m2, the

Surface energy and surface tension, angle of energy stored in the wire is

contact, excess of pressure, application of (1) 0.025 J (2) 0.050 J

surface tension ideas to drops, bubbles and

(3) 0.075 J (4) 0.100 J

capillary rise.

thermal expansion of solids, liquids, and gases. to a uniform pressure of 10 6 N m2. If the

Anomalous expansion. Specific heat capacity:

bulk modulus of solid is 1.7 1011 N m2, the

Cp, Cv- calorimetry; change of state latent

heat. decrease in the volume of the solid is

approximately equal to

Heat transfer- conduction and thermal (1) 0.2 cm3 (2) 0.3 cm3

conductivity, convection and radiation. 3

(3) 0.4 cm (4) 0.5 cm3

Qualitative ideas of Black Body

Radiation,Weins displacement law, and Green

House effect. Newtons law of cooling and 6. A rubber eraser 3 cm 1 cm 8 cm is

Stefans law.

damped at one end with the 8 cm edge

vertical. A horizontal force of 2.4 N is applied

at the free end (the top face). If the shear

modulus of rubber is 1.6 105 Nm2, the

Elasticity

horizontal displacement of the top face will

1. A rubber cord of cross sectional area 2 cm 2 be

has a length of 1 m. When a tensile force of

10 N is applied, the length of the cord (1) 1 mm (2) 2 mm

increases by 1 cm. The Youngs modulus of (3) 3 mm (4) 4 mm

rubber is

(1) 2 106 N m2 28. A load of 1 kg is attached to a 1 m long wire

(2) 5 10 N m

6 2 produces an extension of 1 cm. If the

(3) 0.5 106 N m2 diameter of the wire is 0.1 mm, find its

Youngs modulus (in N/m2) (g = 10 m/s2)

(4) 0.2 106 N m2

(1) 12.7 1010 (2) 14.6 1011

(3) 12.7 1011 (4) 14.6 1010

2. A thick uniform rubber rope of density

1.5 g cm3 and Youngs modulus

5 106 N m2 has a length of 8 m. It is 34. The magnitude of the force developed by

raising the temperature from 0C to 100C

suspended from the ceiling of room. The

of the iron bar 100 cm long and 1 cm 2 cross

increase in length of the rope due to its own section when it is held so that it is not

weight will be permitted to expand or bend is

(1) 9.6 103 m (2) 9.6 102 m (given = 10 5 per C, E = 1012

(3) 9.6 m (4) 19.2 103 m dyne/cm2)

(1) 108 dyne L

(2) 109 dyne

(1) 2 (2) 2 L

(3) 1010 dyne

(4) 1014 dyne. L

(3) L (4) 2

Viscosity

23. A water barrel having water to a depth d is

18. A rain drop is falling with a terminal velocity placed on a table of height h. A small hole is

of 6 cm s1. If eight such rain drops coalesce made on the wall of the barrel at the bottom.

to from a big drop, the terminal speed will be If the stream of water coming out of the hole

(1) 1.5 cm s1 (2) 6 cm s1 falls on the ground at a horizontal distance R

1

(3) 24 cm s (4) 32 cm s1 from the barrel the value of d is

4h

19. Two capillary tubes A and B of radii r a and rb 2

(1) R (2) 4 hR2

of length a and b respectively are held

horizontally. The volume of water flowing per h R2

2

second trough tube A is Qa when the (3) 4R (4) 4h

pressure difference between its ends is P.

For the same pressure difference between 24. In a horizontal pipe line of uniform area of

the ends the volume of water flowing per cross section, the pressure falls by 8 N m2

second through the tube B is Q b. The ratio between two points separated by a distance

Qa/Qb is of 1 km. The charge in kinetic energy per kg

l b ra l b ra

2

of the liquid at these points is

(P = 800 kg m3)

l a rb l r

(1) (2) a b (1) 102 J kg1 (2) 105 J kg1

3 4 2 1

l b ra l b ra (3) 10 J kg (4) 103 J kg1

l a rb l r

(3) (4) a b 25. The pressure on the top surface of an

aeroplane wing is 0.9 105 Pa and at the

20. Water in a river 20 m deep is flowing at a lower surface is 0.91 105 Pa. If the surface

speed of 10 ms1. The shearing stress

area each wing is 40 m2, the net lifting force

between the horizontal layers of water in the

on the plane is

river is N m2 is (coefficient of viscosity of

(1) 2 104 N (2) 72 105 N

water = 103 SI units)

(1) 1 102 (2) 0.5 102 (3) 8 104 N (4) 4 104 N

26. Water from a tap emerges vertically down

with an initial speed of 1.0 ms1. The cross

Hydrodynamics = viscosity sectional area of the tap is 10 4 m2. Assume

that the pressure remains constant and the

21. A liquid flows through a pipe of varying flow is steady. The cross sectional area of

diameter. The velocity of the liquid is 2 m s1 the stream 0.15 m below the tap is

at a point where the diameter is 6 cm. The (g = 10 m/s2)

velocity of the liquid at a point where the (1) 5.0 104 m2 (2) 1.0 105 m2

diameter is 3 cm will be (3) 5.0 105 m2 (4) 2.0 105 m2

(1) 1 m s1 (2) 4 m s1 27. A cylindrical tank of height H is completely

(3) 8 m s1 (4) 16 m s1 filled with water. On its vertical side there are

22. A large open tank has two holes in the wall. two holes one above the middle at height h 1

One is a square hole of side L at a depth y and the other below the middle at depth h 2.

from the top and the other is a circular hole If the jets of water from the holes meet at the

of radius R at a depth of 4y from the top. same point at the horizontal plane through

When the tank is completely filled with the bottom of the tank, then the ratio h1/h2 is

water, the quantities of water flowing out per (1) 1 (2) 2

second from both holes are the same. Then

(3) 3 (4) 4

R is equal to

Surface tension

17. A film of water is formed between two

straight parallel wires, each 10 cm long and

30. Detergents in hot water enables grease to at a separation of 0.5 cm. The work that

be removed from plates by must be done to increase the separation

(1) changing the angle of contact between between the wires by 1 mm is (surface

grease and plate to an acute angle tension of water = 7.0 102 N m1)

(2) increasing the temperature of the liquid (1) 7.0 105 N (2) 1.4 105 N

(3) decreasing the density of the liquid (3) 7.0 107 N (4) 1.4 107 N

(4) changing the angle of contact between

grease and plate to an obtuse angle 29. Water rises to a height of 3 cm in a capillary

tube. The height of water in another tube

whose radius is half that of the first tube is

12. Work done to form a soap bubble of volume (1) 4.5 cm (2) 3 cm

V is W. How much work is to be done to (3) 6 cm (4) 1.5 cm

form a bubble of volume 2V?

(1) 2 W (2) 2W

Thermal Expansion

1/ 3 1/ 3

(3) 2 W (4) 4 W

4. When a rod is heated from 25C to 75C, it

13. A ring of external and internal radii r 1 and r2 expands by 1 mm. When a rod of the same

just touches, the horizontal surface of a material but with 4 times the length is heated

liquid of surface tension . The force from 25 to 50 the increase in length is

required to pull the ring away from the (1) 1 mm (2) 1.5 mm

surface is (3) 1.6 mm (4) 2 mm

(1) 2(r1 r2 ) (2) 2(r1 r2 )

5. A steel tape is calibrated at 20C, when the

(3) 4(r1 r2 ) (4) 4(r1 r2 )

temperature of the day is 10, the

percentage error in the measurement with

14. A mercury drop of radius 1 cm is sprayed

into 106 drops of equal size. The energy the tape is ( = 12 106/C)

spent (in joule) is (surface tension of (1) 3.6% (2) 0.36%

mercury is 460 103 Nm1) (3) 0.18% (4) 0.036%

(1) 0.057 (2) 5.7

6. An iron tyre is to be fitted onto a wooden

(3) 5.7 104 (4) 5.7 106

wheel of 1 m diameter. The diameter of tyre

is 6 mm smaller than that of the wheel. The

15. Two separate air bubbles of radii r1 and r2 minimum increase in temperature required

(r2 > r1) formed from the same liquid to fit the tyre onto wheel is ( = 12 106/C)

coalesce to from a single bubble. The radius

of the internal film surface common to both (1) 167C (2) 334C

bubbles is (3) 500C (4) 1000C

r1 r2 r1 r2

r2 r1 r2 r1 1 1

(1) (2)

1 7. A liquid occupies 6 of volume at 0C and 5

(r1 r2 ) of volume of a vessel at 20C. The

(3) 2 (4) (r2 r1 )

coefficient of expansion of the liquid is

(1) 2 104/C (2) 1 104/C

16. A needle of length and density will float

on a liquid of surface tension if its radius r (3) 3 104/C (4) 1.67 104/C

is less than or equal to

8. Coefficient of apparent expansion of a liquid

2 2l

when heated in brass vessel is B and when

l g g

(1) (2) heated in aluminium vessel is A. If the

2 coefficient of linear expansion of brass is x,

coefficient of linear expansion of aluminium

g g

(3) (4) is

BxA B 3x A increase in temperature is 2C. The initial

(1) 3 (2) 3 temperature of the gas is

A B 3x A B 3x (1) 27C (2) 127C

1

12. The ratio of densities of two substances is

liquid is 9900 the temperature at which the 2 : 3 and their specific heats are in the ratio

density of liquid decreases by 1% of that at 3 : 4. The ratio of their thermal capacities for

0C is unit volume is

(1) 1 : 1 (2) 1 : 2

(1) 99C (2) 100C

(3) 2 : 1 (4) 8 : 9

(3) 10C (4) 199C

a mercury tank to the top its volume Calorimetry

1

1

becomes 2 times. If the atmospheric 15. It takes 15 minutes to raise certain amount

pressure is 76 cm of Hg, then the depth of of water from 0C to boiling point using a

the mercury in the tank is heater. Then it takes 1 hour and 20 minutes

(1) 38 cm (2) 132 cm more to convert all the water into vapour.

(3) 76 cm (4) 49 cm Then the latent heat of vapourisation of

water is

11. A vessel contains 8 gm of a gas at a (1) 545 cal (2) 540 cal

pressure P and temperature 500 K. The gas (3) 533 cal (4) 513 cal

leaves through a small hole. The mass of

the gas left out when the pressure is P/2 and 16. 80 gram of water at 30C is poured on a

temperature is 400 K is (in gram) large block of ice at 0C. The mass of ice

(1) 5 (2) 3 that melts is

(3) 4 (4) 6 (1) 30 g (2) 80 g

(3) 1600 g (4) 150 g

12. A vessel is filled with some gas at 76 cm of

Hg. If the mass of the gas in the vessel is

increased by 50% at the same temperature 17. Ten grams of ice cubes at 0C are released

then pressure of the gas in the vessel is in a tumbler containing water at 40C (water

(in cm of Hg) equivalent 55 gram). The final temperature

(1) 114 (2) 76 of the mixture is

(3) 38 (4) 70 (1) 31C (2) 21.5C

(3) 19C (4) 15C

13. At the top of a mountain a thermometer 18. A tap supplies water at 15C and another

reads 7C and barometer reads 70cm of Hg. tap connected to a heater supplies water at

At the bottom of the mountain the barometer 95C. How much hot water must be taken so

reads 76 cm of Hg and thermometer reads as to get 60 kg of water at 35C?

27C. The density of air at the top of the (1) 5 kg (2) 10 kg

mountain is times the density at (3) 15 kg (4) 20 kg

the bottom.

(1) 0.99 (2) 0.9 19. If there are no heat losses, the heat

(3) 0.89 (4) 0.95 released by the condensation of x grams of

steam at 100C into water at 100C can be

14. If the pressure of an ideal gas contained in a used to convert y gram office at 0C into

closed vessel is increased by 0.5%, the water at 100C. Then the ratio of y : x is

nearly

(1) 1 : 1 (2) 2 : 1 24. A wall has two layers A and B, made of a

(3) 2.5 : 1 (4) 3 : 1 different materials. Both the layers have the

same thickness. The thermal conductivity of

20. A beaker contains 200 g of water. The heat the material of A is twice that of B. If under

capacity of the beaker is equal to 20 g of thermal equilibrium the temperature

water. The initial temperature of water in the difference across the ends is 36C, then the

beaker is 20C. If 440 g of water at 92C is temperature difference across the layer A is

poured into the beaker, the final temperature (1) 6C (2) 12C

is nearly (3) 18C (4) 24C

(1) 58C (2) 68C

(3) 73C (4) 78C 25. The wavelength of maximum intensity of

radiation emitted by a star is 289.8 nm. Then

intensity of radiation of the star will be

(b = 28989 m K, = 5.67 108 W m2 K

4

)

(1) 0.38 108 W m2

(2) 5.67 108 W m2

29. A calorimeter containing 40 grams of water (3) 3.5 108 W m2

cools from 50C to 40C in 15 minutes.

(4) 56.7 108 W m2

When the same calorimeter contains

100 grams of water it cools from 50C to

26. The wavelengths corresponding to

40C in 33 minutes. The water equivalent of maximum energies of radiation emitted by a

calorimeter is black body at two different temperatures are

(1) 20 g (2) 10 g in the ratio 2 : 3. The rates of emission of

(3) 30g (4) 5 g radiation at these temperatures will be in the

ratio of

(1) 16 : 81 (2) 81 : 16

(3) 4 : 9 (4) 3 : 2

Heat transfer 27. A black body cools from 27C to 17C. The

wavelength corresponding to maximum

21. The temperature at the two ends of a metal intensity changes by %

rod of length 25 cm are 100C and 0C. (1) 10 (2) 6.66

Then temperature at a point 8 cm from the (3) 3.33 (4) 1.11

hot end is

(1) 68C (2) 40C 28. A body takes 8 minutes to cool from 90C to

(3) 32C (4) 60C 80C in a surrounding of temperature 25C.

The time taken by it to cool from 80C to

22. One end of a metal rod of length 30 cm and 70C in the same surrounding is

area 75 cm2 is in contact with ice at 0C and (1) 10 min (2) 9.6 min

other end at 100C. The rate of flow of heat

(3) 12 min (4) 16 min

is (k = 60 W m1 K1)

(1) 75 J s1 (2) 100 J s1

1

(3) 12 J s (4) 150 J s1

cross sectional area are connected in series.

If their conductivities are 120 W m1 K1 and

240 W m1 K1 then effective conductivity of Hydrostatics

the combination is 7. A rectangular container 5 cm 10 cm

(1) 320 W m1 K1 (2) 180 W m1 K1 contains 5 kg of water. The pressure exerted

(3) 80 W m1 K1 (4) 160 W m1 K1 on the bottom of the container is

(g = 9.8 m/s2)

(1) 4900 Pa (2) 9800 Pa (1) 10 kg (2) 10.5 kg

5

(3) 10,000 Pa (4) 10 Pa (3) 13.6 kg (4) 17.2 kg

11. An empty plastic box of mass m is released

8. A block of wood floats in a liquid with four- from deep inside water, is ascending with an

fifths of its volume submerged. If the relative acceleration of g/5. How much sand must be

density of wood is 0.8, what is the density of placed inside the box to make it descend

liquid in kg m3? with acceleration g/5?

m m m m

(1) 50 (2) 1000

(1) 2 (2) 3 (3) 4 (4) 6

(3) 1250 (4) 1500

floating in mercury in a vessel. The density

of mercury and steel are m and s

respectively. The height of the block above

mercury is given by

l 1 s l 1 s

m m

(1) (2)

l 1 m l 1 m

s s

(3) (4)

of water is suspended from it. What will be

the reading of the balance when an iron

piece of mass 7.2 kg suspended by a string

is immersed with half its volume inside the

water in the bucket? Relative density of iron

is 7.2.

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