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# Test: Kinematics of Flow & Ideal Flow - 1

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### The velocity along the centreline of a nozzle of length L is given by where, V - velocity in m/s, t = time in seconds from commencement of flow, x = distance from inlet to the nozzle The total acceleration when t = 3s, x = 0.5 m and L - 1 m is

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A pathline represents

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There is no geometrical distinction between the streamline, pathline and streakline in case of

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Which of the following statement is wrong?

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Streamline spacing varies inversely as the velocity; converging of streamline in any particular direction shows accelerated flow in that direction.

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When fluid flows in a curved path and requires no external impressed constant force, the fluid motion is known as

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Match List-I (Example of flow) with List-Il (Type of flow) the following:

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When a cylindrical vessel containing a liquid is revolved at constant angular velocity about its vertical axis, the pressure

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An open cylindrical tank is 15 cm (radius) x 150 cm (height) and is filled with water to a depth of 80 cm. What is the maximum angular velocity with which it can be rotated so that center of the bottom of the tank is just exposed?

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When the point at the center of the base is just exposed, the depth of fluid at center becomes zero. Therefore, the depth of parabola equals the height of tank, y = 150 cm