Fluid Mechanics Quiz.2 || Types of Flow MCQs

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Here, you can find all importants mcqs related to fluid mechanics. These mcqs will be helpful for your preparation of exam. Therefore,solve these mcqs carefully. Fluid Mechanics is the study of fluids in motion and at rest (fluid statics) (fluid dynamics). A fluid is a substance that deforms (flows) continuously under shear stress, independent of the degree of the applied stress. A solid, on the other hand, can resist an applied force by static deformation.

Fluid Mechanics Quiz.2

Fluid Mechanics MCQs With Correct Answers

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1. The fluid is called incompressible fluid if ....... remains constant throughout the fluid

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2. The fluid is called compressible if ....... change throughout the fluid

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3. The flow of an ideal fluid is

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4. The flow of which fluid is called real flow

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5. If all molecules of fluid have the same velocity then the flow is called

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6. A flow is said to be a non-uniform flow if ...... change from point to point in the fluid flow

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7. If the velocity of fluid does not depend upon a time then this is called

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8. The steady flow is

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9. A flow in which liquid particle has ...... path and each path of individuals particles never cross each other

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10. If the particles of the fluid move in an irregular fashion in all directions then flow is called

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11. If the fluid particles do not rotate about their own axes during the flow then flow is

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12. The fluid flow in which particles have some angular velocity is

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13. Fluid flows can be subdivided  into categories

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14. The flow in pipes artificial channels is assumed to be

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15. A flow is said to be barotropic when the pressure is a function of ....... alone