# Objective Questions on Fluids in BME Part-2

## Objective Questions on Fluids

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Objective Questions on Fluids in BME Part-1

### Multiple Choice Questions

Q.1. An ideal fluid is defined as the fluid which

• is compressible
• is incompressible
• is incompressible and non-viscous
• has negligible surface tension

Answer: is incompressible and non-viscous

Q.2. Newton’s law of viscosity states that

• shear stress is directly proportional to the velocity
• shear stress is directly proportional to velocity gradient
• shear stress is directly proportional to shear strain
• shear stress is directly proportional to the viscosity

Answer: shear stress is directly proportional to velocity gradient

Q.3. A Newtonian fluid is defined as the fluid which

• is incompressible and non-viscous,
• obeys Newton’s law of viscosity
• is highly viscous
• is compressible and non-viscous

Answer: obeys Newton’s law of viscosity

Q.4. Kinematic viscosity is equal to

• dynamic viscosity x density
• dynamic viscosity/density
• dynamic viscosity x pressure
• pressure x density

Q.5. Poise is the unit of

• mass density
• kinematic viscosity
• viscosity

Q.6. Stoke is the unit of

• surface tension
• viscosity
• kinematic viscosity
• none of the above

Q.7. Pascal’s law states that pressure at a point is equal in all directions

• in a liquid at rest
• in a fluid at rest
• in a laminar flow
• in a turbulent flow

Answer: in a fluid at rest

Q.8. The hydrostatic law states that rate of increase of pressure in a vertical direction is equal to

• density of the fluid
• specific weight of the fluid
• weight of the fluid
• none of the above

Answer: specific weight of the fluid

Q.9. Fluid statics deals with

• viscous and pressure forces
• viscous and gravity forces
• gravity and pressure forces
• compressibility and gravity forces

Answer: gravity and pressure forces

Q.10. Gauge pressure at a point is equal to

• absolute pressure plus atmospheric pressure
• absolute pressure minus atmospheric pressure
• vacuum pressure plus absolute pressure
• none of the above

Answer: absolute pressure minus atmospheric pressure

Q.11. Atmospheric pressure held in terms of water column is

• 7.5 m
• 8.5 m
• 9.81 m
• 10.30 m

Q.12. Continuity equation deals with the law of conservation of

• mass
• momentum
• energy
• none of the above

Q.13. Continuity equation can take the form

• $A_{1}V_{1}=A_{2}V_{2}$
• $\rho _{1}A_{1}=\rho _{2}A_{2}$
• $\rho _{1}A_{1}V_{1}=\rho _{2}A_{2}V_{2}$
• none of the above

Answer: $A_{1}V_{1}=A_{2}V_{2}$

Q.14. Bernoulli’s theorem deals with the law of conservation of

• mass
• momentum
• energy
• none of the above

Q.15. If the density of a fluid is constant from point to point in a flow region, it is called

• incompressible flow
• uniform flow
• rotational flow

Q.16. If the density of a fluid changes from point to point in a flow region, it is called

• non-uniform flow
• compressible flow

Q.17. Study of fluid motion with the forces causing the flow is known as

• kinematics of fluid flow
• dynamics of fluid flow
• statics of fluid flow
• none of the above

Answer: none of the above

Q.18. Study of fluid motion without considering the forces, causing the flow is known as

• kinematics of fluid flow
• dynamics of fluid flow
• statics of fluid flow
• none of the above

Answer: kinematics of fluid flow

Q.19. Study of fluid at rest is known as fluid

• kinematics
• dynamics
• statics
• none of above

Q.20. The term $\frac{V^{2}}{2g}$ is known as

• kinetic energy
• None of above

Q.21. Hydraulic efficiency of a turbine is defined as the ratio of

• Power available at the inlet of turbine to power given by water to the rotor
• Power at the shaft of the turbine to power given by water to the runner
• Power at the shaft of the turbine to the power at the inlet of turbine
• None of the above

Answer: None of the above

Q.22. A turbine is called impulse if at the inlet of the turbine

• total energy is only kinetic energy
• total energy is only pressure energy
• total energy is the sum of kinetic energy and pressure energy
• None of the above

Answer: total energy is only kinetic energy

Q.23. Francis turbine is

• an impulse turbine
• a radial flow impulse turbine
• an axial flow turbine
• a radial flow reaction turbine