1) Shear stress in static fluid is
a. always zero
b. always maximum
c. between zero to maximum
d. unpredictable

2) Which branch of fluid mechanics deals with translation, rotation and deformation of the fluid element without considering the force and energy causing such motion is called as
a. fluid dynamics
b. fluid kinematics
c. fluid kinetics
d. hydraulics

3) Inter molecular cohesive force in the fluids is
a. less than that of the solids
b. more than that of the solids
c. equal to that of the solids
d. unpredictable

4) The specific weight of the fluid depends upon
a. gravitational acceleration
b. mass density of the fluid
c. both a. and b.
d. none of the above

5) Which property of the fluid offers resistance to deformation under the action of shear force?
a. density
b. viscosity
c. permeability
d. specific gravity

6) In which method of describing fluid motion, the observer remains stationary and observes changes in the fluid parameters at a particular point only?
a. Lagrangian method
b. Eulerian method
c. Stationary method
d. All of the above

7) The rate of increase of velocity with respect to change in the position of fluid particle in a flow field is called as
a. local acceleration
b. temporal acceleration
c. convective acceleration
d. all of the above

8) The actual path followed by a fluid particle as it moves during a period of time, is called as
a. path line
b. streak line
c. filament line
d. stream line

9) The imaginary line drawn in the fluid in such a way that the tangent to any point gives the direction of motion at the point, is called as
a. path line
b. streak line
c. filament line
d. stream line

10) Which type of fluid flow is shown in below diagram?
a. Circular flow
b. Rotational flow
c. Irrotational flow
d. None of the above

11) The study of force which produces motion in a fluid is called as
a. fluid statics
b. fluid dynamics
c. fluid kinematics
d. none of the above

12) Which of the following forces generally act on fluid while considering fluid dynamics?
1. Viscous force 2. Pressure force 3. Gravity force 4. Turbulent force 5. Compressibility force
a. (1), (3), (4) and (5)
b. (1), (2), (3) and (5)
c. (1), (2), (3) and (4)
d. (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5)

13) The net force of an ideal flow is equal to the sum of nonzero values of
a. pressure force and gravity force
b. viscous force and gravity force
c. pressure force and viscous force
d. pressure force, viscous force and compressibility force

14) When the net force acting on a fluid is the sum of only gravity force, pressure force and viscous force, the equation is called as
a. Reynold's equation of motion
b. Navierstockes equation of motion
c. Euler's equation of motion
d. none of the above

15) In a steady, ideal flow of an incompressible fluid, total energy at any point of the fluid is always constant. This theorem is known as
a. Euler's theorem
b. Navierstockes theorem
c. Reynold's theorem
d. Bernoulli's theorem

16) The flow of fluid will be laminar when,
a. Reynold's number is less than 2000
b. the density of the fluid is low
c. both a. and b.
d. none of the above

17) How should be the viscosity of the flowing fluid for laminar flow?
a. viscosity of the fluid should be as low as possible, for laminar flow
b. viscosity of the fluid should be as high as possible, for laminar flow
c. change in viscosity of the flowing fluid does not affect its flow
d. unpredictable
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ANSWER: viscosity of the fluid should be as high as possible, for laminar flow
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


18) Below diagram shows the velocity distribution of fluid flow through a pipe. Flow is laminar. What is the ratio of maximum velocity to average velocity?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 4
d. 3.14

19) Coefficient of friction for laminar flow is given as
Where, Re = Reynold's number
a. (Re / 32)
b. (32 / Re)
c. (Re / 16)
d. (16 / Re)

20) What is the ratio of maximum velocity to average velocity, when the fluid is passing through two parallel plates and flow is laminar?
a. 3/2
b. 2/3
c. 4/3
d. 3/4

21) The head loss through fluid flowing pipe due to friction is
a. the minor loss
b. the major loss
c. both a. and b.
d. none of the above

22) What is DarcyWeisbach formula for heat loss due to friction?
Where, f = Darcy's coefficient of friction
a. h_{f} = (f l V^{2}) / (g d)
b. h_{f} = (f l V^{2}) / (2 g d)
c. h_{f} = (4 f l V^{2}) / (2 g d)
d. h_{f} = (16 f l V^{2}) / (2 g d)

23) Minor losses occur due to
a. sudden enlargement in pipe
b. sudden contraction in pipe
c. bends in pipe
d. all of the above

24) Minor losses do not make any serious effect in
a. short pipes
b. long pipes
c. both the short as well as long pipes
d. cannot say

25) What is the correct formula for loss at the exit of a pipe?
a. h_{L} = 0.5 (V^{2} / 2g)
b. h_{L} = (V^{2} / 2g)
c. h_{L} = (2 V^{2} / g)
d. h_{L} = (4 V^{2} / g)
