1
GATE ME 1999
+2
-0.6
Water flows through a vertical contraction from a pipe of diameter $$d$$ to another of diameter $$d/2$$ (see Figure). The flow velocity at the inlet to the contraction is $$2m/s$$ and pressure $$200$$ $$kN/{m^2}.$$ If the height of the contraction measures $$2m$$, then pressure at the exit of the contraction will be very nearly
A
$$168\,\,kN/{m^2}.$$
B
$$192\,\,kN/{m^2}.$$
C
$$150\,\,kN/{m^2}.$$
D
$$174\,\,kN/{m^2}.$$
2
GATE ME 1990
+2
-0.6
A jet of water issues from a Nozzle with a velocity $$20$$ $$m/s$$ and it impinges normally on a flat plate moving away from it at $$10\,m/s.$$ The cross-sectional area of the jet is $$0.01$$ $${m^2},$$ and the density of water $$=1000\,\,kg/{m^3}.$$ The force developed on the plate is:
A
$$1000$$ $$N$$
B
$$100$$ $$N$$
C
$$10$$ $$N$$
D
$$2000$$ $$N$$
3
GATE ME 1988
Subjective
+2
-0
Water flows through a pipe of diameter $$0.30$$ $$m.$$ What would be the velocity $$V$$ for the conditions shown in the figure below?

4
GATE ME 1987
Fill in the Blanks
+2
-0
A mercury manometer is attached to a section of the pipe shown in the figure. Mercury levels are indicated when there is no water flowing through the pipe. When water starts flowing through the pipe continuously at constant rate in the direction of the arrow, the level of mercury at $$B:$$
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Medical
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