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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2 | Question: 23
A lake has a maximum depth of $\text{60 m}$. If the mean atmospheric pressure in the lake region is $\text{91 kPa}$ and the unit weight of the lake water is $\text{9790 N/m}^{3}$, the absolute pressure (in $\text{kPa}, \textit{round off to two decimal places}$) at the maximum depth of the lake is ___________________
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 2 | Question: 40
A fire hose nozzle directs a steady stream of water of velocity $\text{50 m/s}$ at an angle of $45^{\circ}$ above the horizontal. The stream rises initially but then eventually falls to the ground. Assume water as incompressible and ... ) reached by the stream above the hose nozzle will then be __________
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GATE Civil 2021 Set 1 | Question: 49
A cylinder $\text{(2.0 m diameter, 3.0 m long and 25 kN weight)}$ is acted upon by water on one side and oil $\text{(specific gravity=0.8)}$ on other side as shown in the figure. The absolute ratio of the net magnitude of vertical forces to the net magnitude of horizontal forces ($\textit{round off to two decimal places}$) is _____________________
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GATE2017 CE-2-45
The figure shows a U-tube having a $5 \: mm \times 5 mm$ square cross-section filled with mercury (specific gravity $13.6$) up to a height of $20 $ cm in each limb (open to atmosphere) If $5 \: cm^3$ of water is added to the right limb, the new height (in cm, up to two decimal places) of mercury in the LEFT limb will be ________
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GATE2019 CE-2: 12
A solid sphere of radius, $r$, and made of material with density, $\rho_s$, is moving through the atmosphere (constant pressure, $p$) with a velocity, $v$. The net force ONLY due to atmospheric pressure $(F_p)$ acting on the sphere at any time, $t$, is $\pi r^2 p$ $4 \pi r^2 p$ $\dfrac{4}{3} \pi r^3 \rho_s \dfrac{dv}{dt}$ zero
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GATE2016-2-16
Group I contains the types of fluids while group II contains the shear stress - rate of shear relationship of different types of fluids, as shown in the figure. ... $P-2, Q-5, R-4, S-1$ $P-2, Q-4, R-5, S-3$ $P-2, Q-1, R-3, S-4$
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GATE2015-2-44
The velocity components of a two dimensional plane motion of a fluid are $:u=\dfrac{y^3}{3}+2x—x^2y$ and $v=xy^2-2y-\dfrac{x^3}{3}$. The correct statement is: Fluid is incompressible and flow is irrotational Fluid is incompressible and flow is rotational Fluid is compressible and flow is irrotational Fluid is compressible and flow is rotational
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GATE2014-1-17
An incompressible homogeneous fluid is flowing steadily in a variable diameter pipe having the large and small diameters as $15$ cm and $5$ cm, respectively. If the velocity at a section at the $15$ cm diameter portion of the pipe is $2.5$ m/s, the velocity of the fluid (in m/s) at a section falling in $5$ cm portion of the pipe is _______
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