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**hydrodynamic force on the system. 12 ( b ) Name the flow measuring methods used for flow
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measurement in open channels. Under what condi-

tions would you suggest to use ( 1) V notch,

( ii) Rectangular notch, or ( ii11 weir and why ? 10

8. Write short notes oil the following:

(a ) Boundary layer and its control

( b ) Venturimeter

( c) .Turbulent boundary layer.

Groupe

9. Choose the correct answer for the following: 1 x20

LL....----1 (i) One SI unit pf viscosity is equal to

k >I (a) 10 poise

10 cmcj>

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Fig. 2

(b) 981 poise·

(c) 0·1 poise

(d) None ofthese

(b) Define mixing length and explain its' iiriportance in (ii) · :P.r~s~-h~cj·or'a· fluid is the ratio of pressure to

the.aniilysis of flow through pipes: ·'···~ ':'i . 8 .(a) fluidheight

( b) specific weight

6. (a) In a gas flow through a convergent_.no~zle, the gas

at exit is always cooler than the· gas .at entrance. (c) density

Explain the phenomenon. 7 (d) specific gravity

(iii) Ina.differentialmanometer, theflowingfluidis water

(b) Define Rayleigh and Fanno lines. 7

and the gauge fluid is mercury. If the manometer

(c) A shell is fired from a field gun with a velocity of 400 reading is 10 em, the differential head in m of

m/s in air. What is the maximum rise in its skin water is

temperature? 6 (a) 13·6

(b) 1·36

7. (a) Determine the velocity field in a flow developed by

(c) 1·47

placing a source in uniform flow. 10

{d) 1·26

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( iv) Along a stream line, (d) 0·62

**(a) velocity is constant ( viii) An error of 1·5 mm is committed in the
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measurement of head over a triangular notch. The

(ht ; &zero

head over the notch is 0·5 m. The percent error in

(c) 'P is zero computing discharge is

(d) 'P is constant (a) 0·5

( v ) Doublet is a combination of (b) 0·75

(a) source and vortex (c) 1·5

**(b) .source and sink
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(d) 3·0

(c) source and uniform flow

(ix )· In series pipes, the. parameter which. ·is same in

(d) None of these each pipe is

( vi) Flow in a whirlpool in a river is an example of (a} h 1

(a) free vortex (b) Q

( b) spiral vortex (c) f

(c) forced vortex

(d) None of these

( d) radial vortex

(x) The following is not a minor loss:

( vii ) The coefficient of contraction of a sharp..:.edged

small orifice under normal conditions is (a) friction loss

(a) 0·985 ( b) bend loss

(b) 0·82 (c) enlargement loss

(c) 0·707 (d) contraction loss

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