LIVE EXAM BASED ON NEW UPCOMING EXAM (01/12/2019)

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10 questions
• Q1
The upstream nose of a bridge pier shaped for ease and smooth flow of water
cut water
ease water
abutment
pier
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• Q2
For perfectly elastic bodies, the co-efficient of restitution is:
0
1
2
0.5
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• Q3
The materials which exhibit the same elastic properties in all direction are called :
Isotropic
Isentropic
Homogenous
Inelastic
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• Q4
Every material obeys the Hook's law within its
yield point
plastic limit
limit of proportionality
elastic limit
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• Q5
The property by which a body returns to its original shape after removal of the force is called
ductility
malleability
elasticity
plasticity
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• Q6
A Pelton wheel is ideally suited for
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• Q7
In hydro power plant the pipe carrying water from the reservoir to the turbine:
Suction pipe
Turbine
Penstock
Draft tube
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• Q8
The point at which the resultant pressure on an immersed surface acts on it is known as:
Centre of pressure
Centre of depth
Centre of immersed surface
Centre of gravity
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• Q9
A ship is seen to enter sea from a river. Its depth of submergence will
Remain at the same level
Increase
None of these
Decrease
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• Q10
The branch of science which deals with the study of fluid in motion without considering the forces causing the motion is known as
Phreatic
Statics
Dynamics
Kinematics
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