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# Test: Turbulent Flow - 2

## 9 Questions MCQ Test Fluid Mechanics | Test: Turbulent Flow - 2

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QUESTION: 1

### In a turbulent flow in a pipe, the shear stress is

Solution:

shear stress variation where y is distance from pipe wall, so, the shear stress varies linearly with the distance from the boundary to become zero at the center.

QUESTION: 2

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QUESTION: 3

### Shear velocity is

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QUESTION: 4

Friction factor f in laminar and turbulent flow in a pipe varies as Re-1 and Re-0.25 respectively. If V\s the average velocity, the pressure drop in a horizontal pipe for laminar and turbulent flow respectively will be proportional to

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QUESTION: 5

For hydrodynamically smooth pipes, the friction factor f

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QUESTION: 6

The critical value of reynolds number for transition from laminar to turbulent boundary layer in external flows is taken as

Solution:

Critical Reynolds number for external flow
(Re)Cr = 5 x 105

QUESTION: 7

The logarithmic velocity distributions observed in

Solution:

Logarithmic profile exist is in turbulent flow.

QUESTION: 8

In a fully turbulent flow through a rough pipe, the friction factor ‘f’ is (Re is Reynolds number and ξs/D is relative roughness)

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QUESTION: 9

Using the Prandtl's mixing length concept, how is the turbulent shear stress expressed?

Solution:

Turbulent shear stress

(Smarter way to solve this kind of question is to check for units)