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GATE2016-3-16
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Grashof number signifies the ratio of
inertia force to viscous force
buoyancy force to viscous force
buoyancy force to inertia force
inertia force to surface tension force
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For the stability of a floating body the Centre of buoyancy must coincide with the centre of gravity. Centre of buoyancy must be above the centre of gravity. Centre of gravity must be above the centre of buoyancy. Metacentre must be above the centre of gravity.
For the stability of a floating body the Centre of buoyancy must coincide with the centre of gravity. Centre of buoyancy must be above the centre of gravity. Centre of gravity must be above the centre of buoyancy. Metacentre must be above the centre of gravity.
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For a floating body, buoyant force acts at the centroid of the floating body center of gravity of the body centroid of the fluid vertically below the body centroid of the displaced fluid
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Steam at an initial enthalpy of $100$ $kJ/kg$ and inlet velocity of $100$ $m/s$, enters an insulated horizontal nozzle. It leaves the nozzle at $200$ $m/s$. The exit enthalpy (in $kJ/kg$) is __________
Steam at an initial enthalpy of $100$ $kJ/kg$ and inlet velocity of $100$ $m/s$, enters an insulated horizontal nozzle. It leaves the nozzle at $200$ $m/s$. The exit enthalpy (in $kJ/kg$) is __________
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The water jet exiting from a stationary tank through a circular opening of diameter $300 \: mm$ impinges on a rigid wall as shown in the figure. Neglect all minor losses and assume the water level in the tank to remain constant. The net horizontal force experienced by the wall is ___________ $kN$. Density of water is $1000 \: kg/m^3$. Acceleration due to gravity $g=10 \: m/s^2$.
The water jet exiting from a stationary tank through a circular opening of diameter $300 \: mm$ impinges on a rigid wall as shown in the figure. Neglect all minor losses and assume the water level in the tank to remain constant. The net horizontal force experienced by the wall is ___________ $kN$. Density of water is $1000 \: kg/m^3$. Acceleration due to gravity $g=10 \: m/s^2$.
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Consider a fully developed steady laminar flow of an incompressible fluid with viscosity $μ$ through a circular pipe of radius $R$. Given that the velocity at a radial location of $R/2$ from the centerline of the pipe is $U_1$, the shear stress at the wall is $KμU_1$/$R$, where $K$ is __________
Consider a fully developed steady laminar flow of an incompressible fluid with viscosity $μ$ through a circular pipe of radius $R$. Given that the velocity at a radial location of $R/2$ from the centerline of the pipe is $U_1$, the shear stress at the wall is $KμU_1$/$R$, where $K$ is __________
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