# Fluid Mechanics Questions and Answers

Our 1000+ Fluid Mechanics questions and answers focuses on all areas of Fluid Mechanics subject covering 100+ topics in Fluid Mechanics. These topics are chosen from a collection of most authoritative and best reference books on Fluid Mechanics. One should spend 1 hour daily for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate Fluid Mechanics comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily towards Fluid Mechanics interviews, online tests, examinations and certifications.

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– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Fluid Mechanics with explanations

– Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic in Fluid Mechanics Subject

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**Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Fluid Mechanics Subject covering 100+ topics:**

#### 1. Questions & Answers on Properties of Fluids

The section contains questions and answers on fluid mechanics basics and properties, viscosity, vapor pressure, compressibility and bulk modulus, fluids types, surface tension, capillarity and thermodynamic properties.

#### 2. Questions on Pressure and Its Measurement

The section contains questions on pressure distribution in fluid, pressure measurement, pascals law and compression fluid pressure point.

#### 3. Questions & Answers on Hydrostatic Forces on Surfaces

The section contains questions and answers on hydrostatic force on plane area, pressure distribution in liquid, horizantal and inclined plane in liquid, total pressure and vertical plane surface.

#### 4. Questions on Buoyancy and Floatation

The section contains questions on buoyancy, metacenter and metacentric height, manometer and equilibrium conditions of submerged bodies.

Manometer Buoyancy |
Metacentre and Metacentric Height Conditions of Equilibrium of a Floating and Submerged Bodies |

#### 5. Questions & Answers on Kinematics of Flow and Ideal Flow

The section contains questions and answers on fluid flow types and methods, continuity equation & its dimensions, flow lines types, velocity and acceleration, vortex flow, important cases of potential and super imposed flow.

#### 6. Questions on Fluid Dynamics

The section contains questions on euler and bernoulli equations of motion, bernoulli applications, newtons first and second law, navier strokes equation, impulse and moment of momentum equation.

#### 7. Questions & Answers on Orifices, Mouthpieces, Notches and Weirs

The section contains questions and answers on orifice, notches and weirs classification, large orifice flows, discharge over notches or weirs, time required to empty reservoir with notches and weirs.

#### 8. Questions on Viscous Flow & Turbulent Flow

The section contains questions on shear stress in viscous and turbulent flow, piston movement, flow of viscous fluid through circular pipes, power absorption, universal velocity distribution and viscosity coefficient methods.

#### 9. Questions & Answers on Flow Through Pipes

The section contains questions and answers on energy losses in pipes, hydraulic gradient, series and parallel pipes, nozzles flow, pipes water hammer and pipe network.

Loss of Energy in Pipes Hydraulic Gradient and Total Energy Line Pipes in Series |
Flow through Nozzles Water Hammer in Pipes Pipe Network |

#### 10. Questions on Indicator Diagrams

The section contains questions on ideal indicator diagram, reciprocating pump maximum speed, acceleration effect in suction and delivery pipes on indicator diagrams.

Ideal Indicator Diagram Effect of Acceleration in Suction and Delivery Pipes on Indicator Diagrams |
Maximum Speed of a Reciprocating Pump |

#### 11. Questions & Answers on Dimensional and Model Analysis

The section contains questions and answers on dimensional homogenity, model analysis, dimensionless numbers, similarities types and laws, testing on submerged bodies, moving fluid types and model classifications.

Dimensional Homogenity Rayleighs Method Model Analysis Similitude-Types of Similarities |
Types of Forces Acting in Moving Fluid Model Testing of Partially Submerged Bodies Dimensionless Numbers |

#### 12. Questions on Boundary Layer Flow & Forces on Sub-merged Bodies

The section contains questions on sphere drag, turbulent boundary layer on flat plate and boundary layer separation.

Turbulent Boundary Layer on a Flat Plate Separation of Boundary Layer |
Drag on a Sphere |

#### 13. Questions & Answers on Compressible Flow

The section contains questions and answers on thermodynamic relations, compressible flow equations, sound or pressure wave velocity in fluid, stagnation properties, compressible fluid through orifices and nozzles.

#### 14. Questions on Flow in Open Channels

The sections covers questions on channel flow types, chezys formula, geometrical properties of rectangular section, triangular and trapezoidal section, manning’s equation, most economic rectangular section, trapezoidal and circular section, specific energy and different channel sections.

#### 15. Questions & Answers on Non Uniform Flow in Channels

The sections covers questions and answers on gradually varied flow, gradually varied flow in wide rectangular channels, surface profiles characteristics, relation b/w water surface and channel bottom slopes, hydraulic jump, hydraulic jump types and location.

#### 16. Questions on Impact of Jets and Jet Propulsion

The sections covers questions on exerted force by a jet on a vanes series, exerted force by a fluid jet in stationary flat inclined and curved plate.

Force Exerted by a Jet on a Stationary Flat Inclined Plate Force Exerted by a Jet on a Stationary Curved Plate |
Force Exerted by a Jet on a Series of Vanes |

Here’s the list of Best Reference Books in Fluid Mechanics.

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