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V2 equals 2 V1
V2 equals V1/2
V2 equals V1
V2 equals V1/4
V2 equals 4 V1
P2 is less than P1 and V2 is less than V1
P2 is less than P1 and V2 is greater than V1
P2 is greater than P1 and V2 is less than V1
P2 is greater than P1 and V2 is greater than V1
F1 equals 2 F2
F1 is greater than 0 and F2 equals 0
F1 equals F2/2
F1 equals 0 and F2is greater than 0
F1 equals F2
Pressure is a body force.
Pressure acts normal to a surface.
Pressure is a frictional force.
Pressure acts parallel to a surface.
F1 equals 2 F2
F1 equals 4 F2
F1 equals F2/2
F1 equals F2/4
F1 equals F2
Pipe 1 has the higher pressure drop
Pipe 2 has the higher pressure drop
Pipes 1 and 2 have the same pressure drop
All of the above
None of the above
Shear stress is proportional to velocity
Shear stress is proportional to the square of velocity
Shear stress is proportional to the velocity gradient in the direction of flow
Shear stress is proportional to velocity gradient normal to the flow
Shear stress is proportional to the difference in velocity
P2 is less than P1 and V2 is less than V1
P2 is less than P1 and V2 is greater than V1
P2 is greater than P1 and V2 is less than V1
P2 is greater than P1 and V2 is greater than V1
Profile A
Profile B
Profile C
Profile D
None of the above
P2 equals P1 and V2 equals V1
P2 is greater than P1 and the V2 is greater than V1
P2 is greater than P1 and the V2 is less than V1
P2 is less than P1 and the V2 is greater than V1
P2 is less than P1 and the V2 is less than V1
8.26*10^-5; 0.056 ft/s
8.26*10^5; 0.056 ft/s
8.26*10^-4; 0.56 ft/s
8.26*10^5; 0.56 ft/s
None of the above
Force times area
Work times area
Force per unit time
Work done per unit time
None of the above
-932N/m
-932N/sq.m
932N/m
932N/sq.m
None of the above
0.095 to 0.098
0.070 to 0.080
0.95 to 0.98
0.60 to 0.65
0.70 to 0.80
Head loss across venturi meter is very high
Head loss across orifice meter is low
Head loss across Flow nozzle is intermediate
All the above are correct
All the above are wrong
Capillary rise, Impact of jet, Viscous effect, Surface tension, Buoyancy, Submerged body
Surface tension, Viscous effect, Impact of jet, Buoyancy, Submerged body, Capillary rise
Surface tension, Capillary rise, Viscous effect, Buoyancy, Impact of jet, Submerged body
Surface tension, Capillary rise, Density, Buoyancy, Submerged body, Impact of jet.
None of the options match
Product of Actual and Theoretical discharges
Sum of Actual and Theoretical discharges
Ratio between Actual and Theoretical discharges
Ratio between Theoretical and Actual discharges
None of the above
Solid, Non-Newtonian Fluid, Plastic Fluid, Ideal Fluid, Newtonian Fluid
Solid, Plastic Fluid, Ideal Fluid, Newtonian Fluid, Non-Newtonian Fluid
Ideal Fluid, Solid, Plastic Fluid, Newtonian Fluid, Non-Newtonian Fluid
Solid, Plastic Fluid, Non-Newtonian Fluid, Newtonian Fluid, Ideal Fluid
Ideal Fluid, Newtonian Fluid, Plastic Fluid, Non-Newtonian Fluid, Solid
20 kPa, 40 kPa
21 kPa, 42 kPa
23 kPa, 46 kPa
25 kPa, 50 kPa
50 kPa, 80 kPa
120.65 kPa
100.60 kPa
96.00 kPa
93.58 kPa
None of the above