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Tech I Semester (R07) Regular Examinations, Nov- 2010 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY (Com. to EEE, MM) Time: 3 hours

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Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks a) How do you measure the pressure? What is the use of U tube differential manometer? Explain its working with a neat sketch. (8M) 2 b) The velocity distribution in a viscous flow over a plate is given by u = 4y – y , for y 2m where u = velocity in m/sec at a point distant ‘y’ from the plate. If the coefficient of dynamic viscosity is 1.5 Pa.s, determine the shear stress at y = 0 and at y = 2.0m (8M)

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a) What are different types of fluid flows? (6M) b) Define and explain stream line, path line and streak line in fluid mechanics. For the following flow find the equation of the streamline passing through (1,1) V = 3xi – 3yj (10M) a) Derive Darcy Weisbach equation for friction loss in a pipe line. (8M) b) Two reservoirs are connected by a pipe line ABC which consists of two pipes of AB and BC joined in series. Pipe AB is 10cm in diameter, 20m long and has a value of f =0.02. Pipe BC is of 16cm diameter, 25m long and has f=0.018. The junctions with the reservoirs and between the pipes are abrupt. What difference in water levels shall exist to maintain a discharge of 15 lit/sec. (8M) a) A jet of water strikes with a velocity of 50 m/sec a flat fixed plate inclined at 30 degrees with the axis of the jet. The cross sectional area of the jet is 100 cm2. Find the force exerted by the jet on the plate and the ratio in which the jet gets divided after striking. (8M) b) Derive the equation for the impact of jet striking a curved plate at the centre when the plate is stationary. (8M) a) What are different efficiencies and heads associated with working of turbines? (8M) b) What is a mass curve? Explain its use with a neat sketch? (8M) a) Explain the working of a Francis turbine with a neat sketch? (8M) b) A Francis turbine works under a head of 8.5 m at a speed of 300 rpm. A power of 100 kW is developed with a discharge of 3m3/sec, the runner diameter is 2.2 m. Find the speed, discharge and power if the head is increased to 18m. (8M) a) What do you mean by governing of turbines? How do you achieve the governing of turbines? Explain with neat sketches. (8M) b) What is geometric similarity? Discuss the different characteristic curves of turbines? (8M) a) What is the working principle of a reciprocating pump? Explain its working with the help of an indicator diagram/ (8M) b) A fluid is to be lifted against a head of 120m. The pumps that run at a speed of 1200 rpm with rated capacity of 300 liters per second are available. How many pumps are required to pump the water if specific speed is 700? (8M) 1 of 1

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Code No: X0222 II B.Tech I Semester (R07) Regular Examinations, Nov- 2010 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY (Com. to EEE, MM) Time: 3 hours Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks 1.

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a) Explain in detail about the following fluid properties i) Specific Weight ii) Viscosity iii) Surface tension iv) Vapour pressure (8M) b) The space between two parallel plates kept 3mm apart is filled with an oil of dynamic viscosity 0.2 Pa.s. What is the shear stress on the lower fixed plate, if the upper one is moved with a velocity of 1.50 m/sec? (8M) a) State and derive the Bernoulli’s equation from fundamentals (8M) b) Explain how the fluid flows are classified? Explain the sketches where necessary. Find the equation of stream line passing through (2,2) for the fluid flow V = -y2i – 6xj (8M) a) What is a venturimeter? Explain its working with a neat sketch and derive the required equation. (8M) b) A reservoir discharges water into the atmosphere through a compound horizontal pipe line ABC. The compound pipe consists of two pipes as noted below. A is junction point with the reservoir. AB: Diameter = 10cm, length =25m, f = 0.02, BC: Diameter = 12cm, length = 35m, f= 0.02. The water level in the tank is 10m above the centre line of the pipe. Calculate the discharge considering all the minor losses. (8M) a) A jet of water of diameter 40 mm moving with a velocity of 30m/sec strikes a curved fixed symmetrical plate at the center. Find the force exerted by the water on the plate, if the jet is deflected through an angle of 120 degrees at the outlet of the curved plate. (8M) b) Derive the equation for impact of jet striking a curved plate at one tip and leaving at the other tip, when the plate is stationary (8M) a) What are the elements of hydro power plants? Explain in detail (8M) b) What is a mass curve? Explain its use with the help of a neat sketch. (8M) a) What is the type of Pelton Wheel? Explain its working with neat sketches. (6M) b) Discuss the significance and uses of the draft tubes? Derive the equation for the efficiency of a draft tube. How are they classified? (10M) a) What are types of similarities between models and prototypes? Explain in detail (8M) b) Explain the following in detail i) Selection of type of turbine ii) Surge tank iii) Cavitation (8M) a) What is a manometric head of a centrifugal pump? How do you define the specific speed of a centrifugal pump ? (8M) b) Water is to be pumped to a height of 90m. The pumps that run at a speed of 1000 rpm with rated capacity of 200 litres per second are available. How many pumps are required to pump the water if specific speed is 800? (8M) 1 of 1

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Code No: X0222 II B.Tech I Semester (R07) Regular Examinations, Nov- 2010 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY (Com. to EEE, MM) Time: 3 hours Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks 1.

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a) What are different ways of measuring fluid pressure? (6M) b) A cylindrical shaft of 90mm diameter rotates about a vertical axis inside a fixed cylindrical tube of length 50 cm and 95 mm internal diameter. If the space between the tube and the shaft is filled by a lubricant of dynamic viscosity 2.0 pose, determine the power required to overcome viscous resistance when the shaft is rotated at a speed of 240 rpm. (10M) a) What are different types of fluid flows (6M) b) For steady incompressible flow verify whether the following values of u and v are ii) u = 2x2 + y2 , v = - 4xy possible. i) u = 4xy + y2 , v = 6xy + 3x 2 2 2 2 iii) u = -x/(x + y ) , v = -y/(x + y ) (10M) a) Differentiate between major loss and minor losses. List out the minor losses in closed conduit flow and discuss their significance (6M) b) A 6 cm diameter pipe has a discharge of 450 l/min. At a section the pipe has a sudden expansion to a size of 9 cm diameter. If the pressure just upstream of the expansion is 20 kN/ m2, calculate the pressure just after the expansion. Assume the pipe to be horizontal. (10M) a) A jet of oil of specific gravity strikes a fixed curved symmetrical plate at its center and leaves at the outlet tips. The diameter of the jet is 62 mm and the velocity of the jet is 45 m/sec. If the jet is deflected by 100 degrees, calculate the force exerted on the curved plate. (8M) b) How do estimate the impact of a jet striking a moving normal plate in the direction of the jet (8M) a) What is a mass curve? What are its uses? (8M) b) What are different heads and efficiencies associated with hydro power plants? (8M) a) Explain the working of a Kaplan turbine with neat sketches. (6M) b) What is a draft tube? What are its types? Explain its use and derive the equation for its efficiency. (10M) a) What is governing of a turbine? Explain about surge tank. (8M) b) A reaction turbine develops 7000 kW under a head of 45m with a speed of 150 rpm. What is the specific speed of the turbine? What will be the power and speed when the turbine works under a head of 20m. (8M) a) What is indicator diagram of a reciprocating pump? Explain the working of a reciprocating pump with neat sketches. (8M) b) Determine the number of the impellers required for a multistage centrifugal pump to deliver 3000 liters per minute to a height of 200m at a speed of 800 rpm. The specific speed value is not to exceed 600. (8M)

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Code No: X0222 II B.Tech I Semester (R07) Regular Examinations, Nov- 2010 FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINERY (Com. to EEE, MEP, MM) Time: 3 hours

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Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks a) Differentiate between absolute pressure and gauge pressure? How do you measure atmospheric pressure? (8M) b) Define surface tension property of a fluid. If the surface tension at air water interface is 0.073 N/m, what is the pressure difference between inside and outside of an air bubble of diameter 0.01 mm? (8M) a) Discuss any one application of momentum equation (6M) b) Derive the continuity equation from fundamentals. Determine whether the following velocity components satisfy the continuity equation. i) u = cx, v = -cy ii)u = -cx/y , v = c log xy (10M) a) Explain the working of an Orifice meter with a neat sketch. (6M) b) Two reservoirs with a difference in water surface elevations of 10m are connected by a pipe line ABC which consists of two pipes of AB and BC joined in series. Pipe AB is 10cm in diameter, 20m long and has a value of f =0.02,Pipe BC is of 16cm diameter, 25m long and has f=0.018. The junctions with the reservoirs and between the pipes are abrupt. Calculate the discharge considering all minor losses. (10M) a) A nozzle of size 10 cm diameter issues a jet of water with a velocity of 50m/sec. The jet strikes a moving flat plate perpendicularly at the centre. The plate is moving with a velocity of 15m/sec in the direction of the jet. Calculate i) The force exerted on the plate, ii) The work done and iii) Efficiency of the jet (8M) b) Derive the equation for the impact of jet striking a moving inclined plate in the direction of the jet (8M) a) What are the different heads and efficiencies associated with hydroelectric power plants? (8M) b) How do you estimate the power developed from a given catchment area? (8M) a) What is draft tube? Why is it a part of reaction turbines? (8M) b) What do you mean by working proportions of Pelton wheel? Explain its working with a neat sketch. (8M) a) What are the types of similarities between a prototype and a model? (8M) b) A hydraulic turbine develops 8000 kW under a head of 30 m at 250 rpm. What is the specific speed of the turbine? What would be the speed and power under a head of 18m? (8M) a) Explain the working of a reciprocating pump with a neat sketch. What is the significance of indicator diagram? (8M) b) How many impellers are required in a multistage pump to lift 5000 liters/minute against a head of 200m, at a speed of 800 rpm. The specific speed of the impeller is not to exceed 700. (8M) 1 of 1

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