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## Fluid Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2015 Diploma Question Paper

** SECTION-A**

**Q1. a) Fill in the Blanks. 1.5×10=15**

#### i. A fluid which possesses _______ is known as real fluid.

ii. Mass density is the ratio of mass of a fluid to its **Volume **.

iii. The intensity of pressure of a liquid per unit area is called Pascal (Pa) .

iv. Manometer principle is Hydrostatic Equilibrium .

v. Water hammer is caused by ______ closure of valve.

State True / False:.

vi. Fluids are capable of flowing freely. TRUE

vii. Specific gravity has the units of mass per unit volume.TRUE

viii. Hydrostatic pressure is the pressure of water at rest.

ix. Bar is the unit of pressure.TRUE

x. The water in the canal flows under the atmospheric pressure.

## ** SECTION-B**

**Q2. Attempt any five questions. 5×6=30**

#### 1. Write the characteristics of a fluid?

2. State Newton’s law of viscosity.

3. Explain Pascal’s Law of pressure.

4. Write the function of an orifice meter?

5. What is the difference between rectangular and triangular notch?

6. Define wetted perimeter and hydraulic mean depth?

7. How do you define a most economical channel?

8. What is a pump? How pumps are classified?

** SECTION-C**

**Q3. Attempt any three questions.**** 3×10=30**

#### 1. Calculate the mass density, specific weight and specific gravity of one litre of liquid which weights 9 N.

2. Explain the working of the hydraulic press with the help of neat sketches?

3. Determine the difference in water levels of two tanks connected by a horizontal pipe of diameter 30 cm and length 400m. The rate of flow is 300 litres/sec. Consider all losses and take the value of f = 0.008.

4. Explain the working of a single acting reciprocating pump?

## Fluid Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2015 Diploma Solved Question Paper

** SECTION-A**

**Q1. a) Fill in the Blanks. 1.5×10=15**

#### i. A fluid which possesses **Viscosity** is known as real fluid

ii. Mass density is the ratio of mass of a fluid to its ______________________

iii. The intensity of pressure of a liquid per unit area is called ___________

iv. Manometer principle is _____________

v. Water hammer is caused by ______ closure of valve.

State True / False:.

vi. Fluids are capable of flowing freely.

vii. Specific gravity has the units of mass per unit volume.

viii. Hydrostatic pressure is the pressure of water at rest.

ix. Bar is the unit of pressure.

x. The water in the canal flows under the atmospheric pressure.

Characteristics of a fluid

Newton’s law of viscosity.

Pascal’s Law of pressure.

Function of an orifice meter

Difference between rectangular and triangular notch

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##### Fluid Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2015 Diploma Solved Paper Click Here

Find the mass density, specific weight and specific gravity Numerical

Working of the hydraulic press with the help of neat sketches

A water level Two Tank Numerical

Working of a single acting reciprocating pump