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### Civil Engineering :: Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics - Civil Engineering

1. In a two dimensional incompressible steady flow around an airfoil, the stream lines are 2 cm apart at a great distance from the airfoil, where the velocity is 30 m/sec. The velocity near the airfoil, where the stream lines are 1.5 cm apart, is

2.  A.  22.5 m/sec. B.  33 m/sec. C.  40 m/sec. D.  90 m/sec.   3. According to the principle of buoyancy a body totally or partially immersed in a fluid will be lifted up by a force equal to

4.  A.  the weight of the body B.  more than the weight of the body C.  less than the weight of the body D.  weight of the fluid displaced by the body   5. The difference of pressure between the inside and outside of a liquid drop is

6.  A.  (a)p = Txr B.  (b)p = T/r C.  p = T/2r D.  (d)p = 2T/r   7. Fluid is a substance that

8.  A.  cannot be subjected to shear forces B.  always expands until it fills any container C.  has the same shear stress.at a point regardless of its motion D.  cannot remain at rest under action of any shear force   9. The line of action of the buoyant force acts through the

10.  A.  centroid of the volume of fluid vertically above the body B.  center of the volume of floating body C.  center of gravity of any submerged body D.  centriod of the displaced volume of fluid   11. A vertical rectangular plane surface is submerged in water such that its top and bottom surfaces are 1.5 m and 6.0 m res-pectively below the free surface. The position of center of pressure below the free surface will be at a distance of

12.  A.  3.75 m B.  4.0 m C.  4.2m D.  4.5m   13. An object having 10 kg mass weighs 9.81kg on a spring balance. The value of ‘g’ at this place is

14.  A.  10m/sec² B.  9.81 m/sec² C.  10.2/m sec D.  9.75 m/sec²   15. The region between the separation streamline and the boundary surface of the solid body is known as

16.  A.  wake B.  drag C.  lift D.  boundary layer   18.  A.  the direction and magnitude of the velocity at all points are identical B.  the velocity of successive fluid par-ticles, at any point, is the same at suc-cessive periods of time C.  the magnitude and direction of the velocity do not change from point to point in the fluid D.  the fluid particles move in plane or parallel planes and the streamline pat-terns are identical in each plane   19. The shear stress distribution for a fluid flowing in between the parallel plates, both at rest, is

20.  A.  constant over the cross section B.  parabolic distribution across the section C.  zero at the mid plane and varies linearly with distance from mid plane D.  zero at plates and increases linearly to midpoint   