JNTU Fluid Mechanics Question Paper November 2008

JNTU Fluid Mechanics Question Paper November 2008 (Chemical Engineering) SET-1 1. (a) What is the importance of dimensional analysis? [6] (b) Outline the procedure for Rayleigh’s method and Buckingham method used in dimension analysis. [10]   2. (a) Describe the process of Boundary layer formation, also describe the process of Boundary layer separation. [10] (b) … Read more JNTU Fluid Mechanics Question Paper November 2008

JNTU Exam Paper Fluid Mechanics Nov 2008

JNTU Exam Paper Fluid Mechanics Nov 2008 November 2008 (Chemical Engineering) SET-2     1. (a) What is the importance of dimensional analysis? [6] (b) Outline the procedure for Rayleigh’s method and Buckingham method used in dimension analysis. [10]   2. Explain the behavior of non Newtonian fluids with the help of plot and give … Read more JNTU Exam Paper Fluid Mechanics Nov 2008

JNTU,B Tech Semester Fluid Mechanics, November 2008

JNTU PAPERS JNTU,B.Tech I Semester Fluid Mechanics, November 2008 (Chemical Engineering) SET-3     1. (a) What is the importance of dimensional analysis? [6] (b) Outline the procedure for Rayleigh’s method and Buckingham method used in dimension analysis. [10]   2. A Pipe line of 20cm dia, branches into 2 pipes having 10cm and 5cm dia … Read more JNTU,B Tech Semester Fluid Mechanics, November 2008

JNTU,B.Tech I Semester FLUID MECHANICS, November 2008

JNTU,B.Tech I Semester FLUID MECHANICS, November 2008 (Chemical Engineering) SET-4     1. Derive the equation for the interfacial height in a gravity decanter. [16]   2. (a) A pipe line tapers from 10cm dia to 4cm dia. The quantity of water flowing the pipe is 0.15m3/sec. Calculate the average velocity at the two sections. … Read more JNTU,B.Tech I Semester FLUID MECHANICS, November 2008

JNTU, B-Tech,I-Semester, Fluid Mechanics , November 2008

JNTU PAPERS JNTU, B.Tech,I-Semester, Fluid Mechanics , November 2008 (Civil Engineering) SET-4     (a) Give the dimensions, S.I. units and C.G.S. units of the following fluid properties: i. Specific weight ii. density iii. relative density iv. dynamic viscosity and v. Kinematic viscosity (b) Starting from their definitions, obtain the dimensions of the following derived … Read more JNTU, B-Tech,I-Semester, Fluid Mechanics , November 2008

JNTU Previous Exam papers Civil B Tech 3rd Year Fluid Mechanics November 2008

JNTU, B.Tech,I-Semester, FLUID MECHANICS , November 2008 (Civil Engineering) SET-3 1. (a) The space between two parallel plates is filled with oil, each side of the plate being 720mm. The thickness of the oil film is 1.5mm. The upper plate, which moves at 3m/s requires a force of 120N to maintain the speed. Determine dynamic … Read more JNTU Previous Exam papers Civil B Tech 3rd Year Fluid Mechanics November 2008