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{

=compressibility

~viscosity

~surface tension

~density

}

{

~solid

~liquid

=gas

~vapour

}

::The ratio of specific weight of the liquid to the specific weight of the standard

fluid is known as

{

~specific volume

~weight density

=specific gravity

~viscosity

}

called

{

=viscosity

~specific volume

~weight density

~specific gravity

}

::Fluids which do not follow the linear relationship between shear stress and rate

of deformation are termed as

{

~Newtonian

=Non-Newtonian

~dilantent

~ideal

}

{

=decreases

~increases

~first decreases and then increases

~first increases and then decreases

}

{

=cohesion

~adhesion

~cohesive

~discharge

}

::Suface tension is expressed in

{

=N/m

~N/m^2

~N/m^3

~N^2/m

}

::Whichis the phenomenon by which a liquid rises into a thin glass tube above or

below its general level

{

~surface tension

=capillarity

~cohesion

~adhesion

}

{

~youngs modulus of elasticity

~shear modulus of elasticity

=bulk modulus of elasticity

~shear modulus

}

{

=bulk modulus of elasticity

~shear modulus of elasticity

~youngs modulus of elasticity

~elasticity

}

{

=increases

~decreases

~first decreases and then increases

~first increases and then decreases

}

{

~does not change from place to place

=at a given point does not change with time

~change in its direction

~change in its magnitude

}

::The type of flow in which the velocity at any given time does not change with

respect to space is called

{

~steady flow

~compressible flow

=uniform flow

~rotational flow

}

{

~steady, non-uniform and three-dimensional

~steady, uniform, two-dimensional (c)unsteady, uniform, three-dimensional

~unsteady, uniform, three-dimensional

=unsteady, non-uniform and three-dimensional

}

{

=laminar flow

~turbulent flow

~transition flow

~Flow

}

{

=laminar flow

~turbulent flow

~transition flow

~Flow

}

{

~laminar flow

=turbulent flow

~transition flow

~Flow

}

{

~streamline

=path line

~streakline

~straightline

}

:: An imaginary line within the flow so that the tangent at any point on it

indicates the velocity at that point is

{

=streamline

~path line

~streakline

~straightline

}

:: The curve which gives an instantaneous pictures of the location of the fluid

particles which have passed through a given point is

{

~streamline

~path line

=streakline

~straightline

}

embodying the principle of

{

~conservation of momentum

=conservation of mass

~conservation of energy

~conservation of force

}

{

~the streamlines of flow are curved and closely spaced

~the fluid does not rotate as it moves along

=the net rotation of fluid particles about their mass centres remains zero

~the streamlines of flow are curved and larely spaced

}

about a closed path (contour)

{

=circulation

~vorticity

~momentum

~force

}

:: is defined as a scalar function of space and time such that its negative

derivative with respect to any direction gives the fluid velocity in that

direction.

{

=velocity potential function

~stream function

~circulation

~vorticity

}

{

~ Velocity head and pressure head

= Pressure head and elevation head

~ Velocity head and elevation head

~ elevation head

}

::The total-energy line is always higher than the hydraulic gradient line, the

vertical distance be-tween the two representing

{

~ the pressure head

~ the piezimetric head

= the velocity head

~ totalhead

}

::The total energy represented by the Bernoullis equation has the units

{

~ Nm/s

~ Ns/m

~ Nm/m

= Nm/N

}

::A venturimeter is used for measuring

{

~ pressure

= flow rate

~ total energy

~ piezometric head

}

{

= velocity of flow

~ pressure of flow

~ flow rate

~ total energy

}

{

= 0.95 to 0.99

~ 0.8 to 0.85

~ 0.7 to 0.8

~ 0.6 to 0.7

}

{

~ 0.95 to 0.99

~ 0.8 to 0.85

~ 0.7 to 0.8

= 0.6 to 0.7

}

Bernoullis equation and represents the sum of velocity head,pressure head and

elevation head above

{

~ the top of the pipeline

= the arbitrary horizontal datum

~ the center line of the pipe

~ the bottom of the pipe

}

{

~ F= d(m^2v)/dt

~ F= dv/dt

= F= d(mv)/dt

~ F= d(mv)/dt^2

}

is called

{

= hydraulics

~fluid mechanic s

~applied mechanics

~kinematics.

}

::A method used to study of properties of single fluid particle followed duriing

its motion is

{

=langrangian method

~eulerain method

~differentiation method

~integration method

}

{

~langrangian method

=eulerain method

~differentiation method

~integration method

}

{

~steady flow

=compressible flow

~uniform flow

~rotational flow

}

{

~steady flow

=incompressible flow

~uniform flow

~rotational flow

}

{

~steady flow

~incompressible flow

~uniform flow

=rotational flow

}

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