1) Square root of the ratio of inertia force to elastic force is called as
a. Mach's Number
b. Cauchy's Number
c. Both a. and b.
d. None of the above
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Explanation

ANSWER: Both a. and b.
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


2) Which of the following statements are true for dimensional analysis?
1. The functional relationship between dependent and nondependent variables can be expressed into dimensionless terms by dimensional analysis 2. In model testing, it reduces the number of variables into three numbers 3. It is used to change the theoretical equation into dimensionless form 4. It helps to convert the units of quantities from one system to another system
a. (1), (2) and (3)
b. (2), (3) and (4)
c. (1), (3) and (4)
d. (1), (2), (3) and (4)
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: (1), (2), (3) and (4)
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


3) The unit of physical quantity which does not depend on the unit of any other physical quantity is called as
a. independent dimension
b. fundamental dimension
c. core dimension
d. none of the above
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ANSWER: fundamental dimension
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


4) Which of the following is not a primary quantity?
a. Mass (M)
b. Temperature (θ)
c. Time (T)
d. None of the above
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: None of the above
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


5) What are the dimensions of force?
a. [M L T ^{ – 2 }]
b. [M L T ^{ – 1 }]
c. [M L ^{ 2 } T ^{ – 2 }]
d. [M L ^{ 2 } T ^{ 2 } ]
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: [M L T^{ – 2 }]
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


6) Which of the following quantities has the dimensions [M^{0} L^{0} T ^{0}]
a. Density
b. Stress
c. Strain
d. Strain Rate
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: Strain
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


7) Match the following physical quantities in Group 1 with their dimensions in Group 2.
1. Work done (Energy) (W)  A. [M L^{ 2 } T ^{ – 3 }] 2. Power (P)  B. [M L^{ – 1 } T ^{ – 1 }] 3. Momentum (M)  C. [M L^{ 2 } T ^{ – 2 }] 4. Modulus of elasticity (E)  D. [M L T ^{ – 1 }] 5. Dynamic viscosity (μ)  E. [M L ^{ – 1 } T ^{ – 2 }]
a. 1(C), 2(A), 3(D), 4(E), 5(B)
b. 1(A), 2(C), 3(D), 4(E), 5(B)
c. 1(C), 2(A), 3(E), 4(B), 5(D)
d. 1(D), 2(E), 3(B), 4(A), 5(C)
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: 1(C), 2(A), 3(D), 4(E), 5(B)
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


8) Which of the following equations is not dimensionally homogeneous? Consider standard symbols for quantities.
a. (Force) F = m x a
b. (Head Loss due to friction) h _{f} = (f L V ^{2}) / (2 g d)
c. (Torque) T = F x Distance
d. None of the above
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: None of the above
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


9) Which of the following is a dimensionless equation?
a. Reynold's equation
b. Euler's equation
c. Weber's equation
d. All of the above
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: All of the above
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!


10) Which of the following number is applicable in open hydraulic structure such as spillways, where gravitational force is predominant?
a. Reynold's Number
b. Euler's Number
c. Weber's Number
d. Froude's Number
Answer
Explanation

ANSWER: Froude's Number
Explanation: No explanation is available for this question!

