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, I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. Choose the correct alternative: The full Navier Stokes equation is In the following expression, is Kronekar unit tensor, ie., ij = 1 for expression for is (A) (B) (C) 2. (D) [ ] and ij = 0 for . The [ ]

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In a velocity field, the vorticity is given by (A) (B) (C) For an irrotational flow, the vorticity is (A) (B) zero (C) 2 Fouriers Law states (A) (B)

[ (D) [ =0 (D) =0 [

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(C)

(D) [ ]

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In a velocity field, the vorticity is and the angular velocity is . (A) (B) = (C) = (D) = 2

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The flow over a circular cylinder is having a sub-critical Reynolds number (Re = 105).The pressure coefficient at the point 180 degree from the stagnation point is Cp. [ ] (B) 1.0 > Cp > 0 (C) 2.0 < Cp < 0 (D) 2.0 > Cp > 3.0 (A) Cp > 1.0 The sectional friction coefficient of a flat plate at a distance x from the leading edge is (A) (B) (C) (D) [ ]

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The number of stagnation points on a sphere in a viscous flow of an extremely low Reynolds number is [ (A) Zero (B) One (C) Two (D) Indeterminate

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In Couette flow of an incompressible fluid between two plates, where one plate is fixed and the other is moving, the temperature variation between the plates is [ ] (A) Non- linear (B) Parabolic (C) Elliptical (D) Linear Cont2 www.jntuworld.com

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The velocity profile in a laminar boundary layer u(y) and in a turbulent boundary layer it is v(y). For the same y, u is ____________ than v. In a viscous flow over a body, at the point of separation of the boundary layer, the velocity gradient normal to the wall is _____________ The shear stress over a fluid body is *(_____________) With as the bulk viscosity coefficient and the viscosity coefficient, Stokes hypothesis states that ______________ The Blasius equation for a flow in the boundary layer of a flat plate is______________ Reynolds analogy for Couette flow is given by ________________ For a circular cylinder, theoretical in a flow with a sub-critical Reynolds no. (Re=105), the angle on the cylinder at which the flow separates is_____________degree. In Couette flow, the recovery factor r and Prandtl number Pr as related as ______________ The number of stagnation points over a sphere in a viscous flow with Reynolds number more than 4000 is ____________ In the first Stokes problem (Flow at a wall suddenly set into motion), also known as Rayleigh problem, the flow equation is ______________ =

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www.jntuworld.com Code No: K2128 Set No. 2 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. Choose the correct alternative: For an irrotational flow, the vorticity is (A) (B) zero (C) 2 Fouriers Law states (A) (B) [ =0 (D) =0 [ (C) (D) [ ] ] ]

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In a velocity field, the vorticity is and the angular velocity is . (A) (B) = (C) = (D) = 2

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The flow over a circular cylinder is having a sub-critical Reynolds number (Re = 105).The [ ] pressure coefficient at the point 180 degree from the stagnation point is Cp. (A) Cp > 1.0 (B) 1.0 > Cp > 0 (C) 2.0 < Cp < 0 (D) 2.0 > Cp > 3.0 The sectional friction coefficient of a flat plate at a distance x from the leading edge is (A) (B) (C) (D) [ ]

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The number of stagnation points on a sphere in a viscous flow of an extremely low Reynolds number is [ (A) Zero (B) One (C) Two (D) Indeterminate

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In Couette flow of an incompressible fluid between two plates, where one plate is fixed and the other is moving, the temperature variation between the plates is [ ] (A) Non- linear (B) Parabolic (C) Elliptical (D) Linear The full Navier Stokes equation is In the following expression, is Kronekar unit tensor, ie., ij = 1 for expression for is (A) (B) (C) (D) [ ] and ij = 0 for . The [ ]

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[ (D) Cont2

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With as the bulk viscosity coefficient and the viscosity coefficient, Stokes hypothesis states that ______________ The Blasius equation for a flow in the boundary layer of a flat plate is______________ Reynolds analogy for Couette flow is given by ________________ For a circular cylinder, theoretical in a flow with a sub-critical Reynolds no. (Re=105), the angle on the cylinder at which the flow separates is_____________degree. In Couette flow, the recovery factor r and Prandtl number Pr as related as ______________ The number of stagnation points over a sphere in a viscous flow with Reynolds number more than 4000 is ____________ In the first Stokes problem (Flow at a wall suddenly set into motion), also known as Rayleigh problem, the flow equation is ______________ = The velocity profile in a laminar boundary layer u(y) and in a turbulent boundary layer it is v(y). For the same y, u is ____________ than v. In a viscous flow over a body, at the point of separation of the boundary layer, the velocity gradient normal to the wall is _____________ The shear stress over a fluid body is *(_____________)

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www.jntuworld.com Code No: K2128 Set No. 3 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. Choose the correct alternative: In a velocity field, the vorticity is and the angular velocity is . (A) (B) = (C) = (D) = 2 [ ]

2.

The flow over a circular cylinder is having a sub-critical Reynolds number (Re = 105).The pressure coefficient at the point 180 degree from the stagnation point is Cp. [ ] (B) 1.0 > Cp > 0 (C) 2.0 < Cp < 0 (D) 2.0 > Cp > 3.0 (A) Cp > 1.0 The sectional friction coefficient of a flat plate at a distance x from the leading edge is (A) (B) (C) (D) [ ]

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4.

The number of stagnation points on a sphere in a viscous flow of an extremely low Reynolds number is [ (A) Zero (B) One (C) Two (D) Indeterminate

5.

In Couette flow of an incompressible fluid between two plates, where one plate is fixed and the other is moving, the temperature variation between the plates is [ ] (A) Non- linear (B) Parabolic (C) Elliptical (D) Linear The full Navier Stokes equation is In the following expression, is Kronekar unit tensor, ie., ij = 1 for expression for is (B) (A) (C) (D) [ ] and ij = 0 for . The [ ]

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7.

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In a velocity field, the vorticity is given by (A) (B) (C) For an irrotational flow, the vorticity is (B) zero (C) 2 (A) Fouriers Law states (A) (B)

[ (D) [ =0 (D) =0 [

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(C)

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Reynolds analogy for Couette flow is given by ________________ For a circular cylinder, theoretical in a flow with a sub-critical Reynolds no. (Re=105), the angle on the cylinder at which the flow separates is_____________degree. In Couette flow, the recovery factor r and Prandtl number Pr as related as ______________ The number of stagnation points over a sphere in a viscous flow with Reynolds number more than 4000 is ____________ In the first Stokes problem (Flow at a wall suddenly set into motion), also known as Rayleigh problem, the flow equation is ______________ = The velocity profile in a laminar boundary layer u(y) and in a turbulent boundary layer it is v(y). For the same y, u is ____________ than v. In a viscous flow over a body, at the point of separation of the boundary layer, the velocity gradient normal to the wall is _____________ The shear stress over a fluid body is *(_____________) With as the bulk viscosity coefficient and the viscosity coefficient, Stokes hypothesis states that ______________ The Blasius equation for a flow in the boundary layer of a flat plate is______________

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www.jntuworld.com Code No: K2128 Set No. 4 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B.Tech. II Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, Jan/Feb 2011 BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY Objective Exam Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks.Time: 20 Min. Marks: 20. I 1. Choose the correct alternative: The sectional friction coefficient of a flat plate at a distance x from the leading edge is (A) (B) (C) (D) [ ]

2.

3.

In Couette flow of an incompressible fluid between two plates, where one plate is fixed and the other is moving, the temperature variation between the plates is [ ] (A) Non- linear (B) Parabolic (C) Elliptical (D) Linear The full Navier Stokes equation is In the following expression, is Kronekar unit tensor, ie., ij = 1 for expression for is (A) (B) (C) (D) [ ] and ij = 0 for . The [ ]

4.

5.

6.

In a velocity field, the vorticity is given by (B) (C) (A) For an irrotational flow, the vorticity is (A) (B) zero (C) 2 Fouriers Law states (A) (B)

[ (D) [ =0 (D) =0 [

7.

8.

(C)

(D) [ ]

9.

In a velocity field, the vorticity is and the angular velocity is . (B) = (C) = (D) = 2 (A)

10.

The flow over a circular cylinder is having a sub-critical Reynolds number (Re = 105).The [ ] pressure coefficient at the point 180 degree from the stagnation point is Cp. (A) Cp > 1.0 (B) 1.0 > Cp > 0 (C) 2.0 < Cp < 0 (D) 2.0 > Cp > 3.0 www.jntuworld.com Cont2

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Set No. 4

In Couette flow, the recovery factor r and Prandtl number Pr as related as ______________ The number of stagnation points over a sphere in a viscous flow with Reynolds number more than 4000 is ____________ In the first Stokes problem (Flow at a wall suddenly set into motion), also known as Rayleigh problem, the flow equation is ______________ = The velocity profile in a laminar boundary layer u(y) and in a turbulent boundary layer it is v(y). For the same y, u is ____________ than v. In a viscous flow over a body, at the point of separation of the boundary layer, the velocity gradient normal to the wall is _____________ The shear stress over a fluid body is *(_____________) With as the bulk viscosity coefficient and the viscosity coefficient, Stokes hypothesis states that ______________ The Blasius equation for a flow in the boundary layer of a flat plate is______________ Reynolds analogy for Couette flow is given by ________________ For a circular cylinder, theoretical in a flow with a sub-critical Reynolds no. (Re=105), the angle on the cylinder at which the flow separates is_____________degree.

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