1 (a)
What is capillarity ?derive experesion for

capability rise and

capillary depression

capability rise and

capillary depression

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1 (b)
What is surface tension?Derive an expression between gauge pressure inside a free jot of liquid and surface tension

6 M

1 (c)
Explain bulk modulus of elasticity and vapour pressure

8 M

2 (a)
Show that in a fluid rest pressure doe not vary in horizontal direction but various only in vertical direction

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2 (b)
Define total pressure and center of pressure.prove that for an inclined surface submerged in a liquid the center of pressure always lies center of garvity

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2 (c)
A plane area in the form of right angle tringle of height 'h'base 'b'is impressed vertically in water with its vertex at the water surface.calculate the toatl force on one side of the plane and the locaton of center of pressure

6 M

3 (a)
With usual noation prove that:

GM=\frac{I}{\forall }-BG

GM=\frac{I}{\forall }-BG

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3 (b)
determine the condition of stability of a floting body

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3 (c)
Determine whether the specified flow is rotational or otherwise ,if irrototional flow determine an expresion for the velocity potential function :

u=xy

u=xy

^{2}
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4 (a)
State the different forces consider in studying the equation of motion of fluid .State the condition under which each in significant

5 M

4 (b)
Derive the Bemoulis equation from

First principle

Eular euation of motion

First principle

Eular euation of motion

9 M

4 (c)
Water flows up a trapped pipe as shown as Fig .Q4(c) Find the magnitude and direction the deflection 'h' of the differential mercury manometer corresponding to a discharge of 120L.S.P. The friction in the pipe can be completely negleted

6 M

5 (a)
Derive an expression for discharge over a V-notch

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5 (b)
Show by Bukingham ?therom the thrust develop by propeller by

F=\rho V^{2}D^{2}\phi \left [ \frac{\phi D}{V} , Re,M\right ]

Where =thrust developed ? =angular velocity,V=advance speed ,D=diameter.?viscosity,?=mass density and C=speed of sound.

F=\rho V^{2}D^{2}\phi \left [ \frac{\phi D}{V} , Re,M\right ]

Where =thrust developed ? =angular velocity,V=advance speed ,D=diameter.?viscosity,?=mass density and C=speed of sound.

10 M

6 (a)
Differentiate between :

i) Major and minor losses

ii) Hydraulic grade line and total energy line with the help of sketch.

i) Major and minor losses

ii) Hydraulic grade line and total energy line with the help of sketch.

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6 (b)
Derive Darcy-Weisbach expression for head loss due to friction in a pipe flow.

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6 (c)
A cast iron pipe 20cm in diameter and 600m long connects two reservoirs.if the differnece of water levels in the two reseroirs in 30m,find the discharge through the pipe.friction coefficien for the pipe is 0.01.ignore losess other than friction and velocity head.

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7 (a)
Starting from first principle derive Hagen-poisecuille equation for stedy laminar flow in a pipe.Further establish relation between Darcy-Weisbach friction factor and reynolds number for laminar flow

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7 (b)
Glycerine (μ=1.5p

the boundary shear stress in the pipe due to flow

head loss in a length of 2m length of pipe

power expended by the flow in a distance of 12m

_{a}-s and ρ=1260kg/m^{3}flows at a velocity of 5m/s in a 10cm diameter pipe .estimatethe boundary shear stress in the pipe due to flow

head loss in a length of 2m length of pipe

power expended by the flow in a distance of 12m

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8 (a)
Define the following and give expression for each :

Boundry layer thickness

Displacement thicness

Momentum thicness

Energy thickness

Boundry layer thickness

Displacement thicness

Momentum thicness

Energy thickness

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8 (b)
A metalic ball with diameter of 2mm is dropped in liquid of mass density 950kg/m

drag force on the ball

terminal velocity of the ball.

^{2}.viscosity 15 poise .Specific gravity of ball is 12.finddrag force on the ball

terminal velocity of the ball.

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8 (c)
Determine the velocity of a bullet fired in the atmosphere at 30°Cif Match angle is 30°Take K=1.4,R=287J/kg-K.

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