# Fluid Mechanics MCQs

Welcome to our comprehensive collection of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on Fluid Mechanics, a fundamental topic in the field of Basic Chemical Engineering. Whether you're preparing for competitive exams, honing your problem-solving skills, or simply looking to enhance your abilities in this field, our Fluid Mechanics MCQs are designed to help you grasp the core concepts and excel in solving problems.

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Q31.
The hydraulic radius for flow in a rectangular duct of cross-sectional dimension H, W is a.

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A pipe has a porous section of length L as shown in the figure. Velocity at the start of this section of V₀. If fluid leaks into the pipe through the porous section at a volumetric rate per unit area q(x/L)², what will be axial velocity in the pipe at any x ? Assume incompressible one dimensional flow i.e., no gradients in the radial direction.  a.

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A free jet of water of cross-sectional area 0.01 m² and a velocity of 20 m/s strikes a plate and then flows in a plane parallel to the plate as shown in the figure below. The horizontal component of the force on the support is Q34.
Pressure drop for laminar fluid flow through a circular pipe is given by a.

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Drag co-efficient for motion of spherical particles in a stationary fluid in the stoke's law range is a.

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Hydraulic mean radius for flow through packed bed of spherical particle of size, 'Dₚ', with porosity 'ε' is a.

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A conical tank with a bottom opening of cross-sectional area A is filled with water and is mounted on supports as shown in the figure. What is the force F with which plate X must be pushed up to prevent water from leaking ? Assume that the density of air is negligible as compared to the density of water ρL. Q38.
The equivalent diameter for pressure drop calculation for a duct of square cross-section is given by(where, x = each side of the square duct) a.

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Each term of the Bernoulli's equation written in the following form, represents the total energy per unit Q40.
For one dimensional flow of an incompressible fluid in unsteady state in x-direction, the continuity equation is given by a.

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