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ratio of excess pressure in the drop to the excess

1. There is a horizontal film of soap solution. On it a

pres sure inside the bubble is.

thread is placed in the form of a loop. The film is

pierced inside the loop and the thread becomes a

d

circular loop of radius R. If the surface tension of

the loop be T, then what will be the tension in the R

thread? R>>d

(A) R2/T (B) R2T (C) 2RT (D) 2RT

1 1 1

R 3 R 3 R 3

2. A container, whose bottom has round holes with (A) (B) (C) (D) None

diameter 0.1 mm is filled with water. The maximum 3d 6d 24d

height in cm upto which water can be filled without

leakage will be what? 7. A long capillary tyube of radius r is initially just

Surface tension = 75 103 N/m and g = 10 m/s2 : vertically completely imerged inside a liquid of angle

of contact 0. If the tube is slowly raised then relation

(A) 20 cm (B) 40 cm (C) 30 cm (D) 60 cm

between radius of curvature of miniscus inside the

3. If two soap bubbles of different radii are connected capillary tube and displacement (h) of tube can be

by a tube : represented by

(A) air flows from the bigger bubble to the smaller

bubble till the sizes become equal R

R

(B) air flows from bigger bubble to the smaller bubble (A) (B) r

till the sizes are interchanged h h

(C) air flows from the smaller bubble to the bigger

(D) there is no flow of air.

R r

4. Two soap bubbles with radii r and (r1 > r2) come in (C) (D) R

contact. Their common surface has radius of curvature

h h

r.

(A) r = (B) r r r

2 1 2 shaft and a sleeve. When a force of 800N is applied to

the shaft, parallel to the sleeve, the shaft attains a

r1r2 speed of 1.5 cm/sec. If a force of 2.4 kN is applied

(C) r r r (D) r r1r2

1 2 instead, the shaft would move with a speed of

(A) 1.5 cm/sec (B) 13.5 cm/sec

5. A liquid is filled in a spherical container of radius R (C) 4.5 cm/sec (D) None

till a height h. At this positions the liquid surface at

9. A solid metallic sphere of radius r is allowed to fall

the edges is also horizontal. The contact angle is

freely through air. If the frictional resistance due to

air is proportional to the cross-sectional area and to

the square of the velocity, then the terminal velocity

of the sphere is proportional to which of the following?

h (A) r2 (B) r (C) r3/2 (D) r1/2

1 R h

(A) 0 (B) cos with steady velocity of v cm/s. If the two drops

R coalesce, what would be the terminal velocity?

(A) 4 v (B) (4)1/3v (C) 2 v (D) 64 v

1 h R 1 R h

(C) cos (D) sin

R R 11. A cubical block of side a and density slides

over a fixed inclined plane with constant velocity v.

There is a thin film of viscous fluid of thickness t

6. A soap bubble has radius R and thickness d(<< R)

between the plane and the block. Then the coefficient

as shown. It colapses into a spherical drop. The

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15. A ball of mass m and radius r is gently released in

a viscous liquid. The mass of the liquid displaced by it

is m such that m>m. The terminal velocity is

proportional to

m m' m m' (m m ')

(A) (B) (C) (D) (m m)r2

r r r2

=37

16. Which of the following is the incorrect graph for a

3 a g t 4 a g t agt sphere falling in a viscous liquid?

(A) (B) (C) (Given at t = 0, velocity v = 0 and displacement x = 0.)

5v 5v v

(D) none of these v v

motion of a raindrop? (A) (B)

v v

t t

(A) (B) a x

t t

v v

(C) (D)

v t

(C) (D)

13. A spherical ball of density and viscous medium is platted against time. Choose a

radius 0.003m is dropped into a tube possible option.

containing a viscous fluid filled up to

the 0 cm mark as shown in the figure. 0 cm

Viscosity of the fluid = 1.260 N.m2 s s

and its density L = /2 = 1260 kg.m3. 10 cm (A) (B)

Assume the ball reaches a terminal

20 cm t t

speed by the 10 cm mark. The time

taken by the ball to traverse the

distance between the 10 cm and 20

cm mark is. s s

(A) 500 s (B) 50 ms (C) (D)

(C) 0.5 s (D) 5 s t t

(g = acceleration due to gravity = 10 ms2)

18. There is a 1 mm thick layer of glycerine between

14. A sphere is dropped under gravity through a fluid

a flat plate of area 100 cm2 & a big fixed plate. If the

of viscosity . If the average acceleration is half of

coefficient of viscosity of glycerine is 1.0 kg/m-s then

the initial acceleration, the time to attain the terminal

how much force is required to move the plate with a

velocity is ( = density of sphere, r = radius)

velocity of 7 cm/s?

4r2 9r2 4r 9r (A) 3.5 N (B) 0.7 N (C) 1.4 N (D) None

(A) (B) (C) (D)

9 4 9 4

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