1
GATE ME 2001
+2
-0.6
The horizontal and vertical hydrostatic forces $${F_x}$$ and $${F_y}$$ on the semi-circular gate, having a width $$'w'$$ into the plane of figure, are A
$${F_x} = \rho ghrw$$ and $${F_y} = 0$$
B
$${F_x} = 2\rho ghrw$$ and $${F_y} = 0$$
C
$${F_x} = 2\rho ghrw$$ and $${F_y} = \rho gw{r^2}/2$$
D
$${F_x} = 2\rho ghrw$$ and $${F_y} = \pi \,\,\rho gw{r^2}/2$$
2
GATE ME 2000
+2
-0.6
In given figure, if the pressure of gas in bulb $$A$$ is $$50$$ $$cm$$ $$Hg$$ vacuum and $${P_{atm}} = 76\,cm\,Hg,$$ then height of column $$H$$ is equal to A
$$26$$ $$cm$$
B
$$50$$ $$cm$$
C
$$76$$ $$cm$$
D
$$126$$ $$cm$$
3
GATE ME 1997
+2
-0.6
Refer to figure, the absolute pressure of gas $$A$$ in the bulb is A
$$771.2$$ $$mm$$ $$Hg$$
B
$$752.65$$ $$mm$$ $$Hg$$
C
$$767.35$$ $$mm$$ $$Hg$$
D
$$748.8$$ $$mm$$ $$Hg$$
4
GATE ME 1995
+2
-0.6
The force $$F$$ needed to support the liquid of density $$d$$ and the vessel on top (fig) is A
$$gd\,\,\left[ {ha - \left( {H - h} \right)A} \right]$$
B
$$gdHA$$
C
$$gdHa$$
D
$$gd$$ $$(H-h)A$$
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Strength of Materials
Theory of Machines
Engineering Mathematics
Machine Design
Fluid Mechanics
Turbo Machinery
Heat Transfer
Thermodynamics
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