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Sub: Fluid Mechanics

Topic : Hydraulic jump. Forces on immersed bodies

MODULE- 62B
Hydraulic jump. Forces on immersed bodies.
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1. A 15 cm length of steel rod with relative density of 7.4 is submerged in a two layer fluid. The bottom layer is mercury and the top layer is water. The height of top surface of the rod above the liquid interface in cm is (A) 8.24 (B) 7.82 (C) 7.64 (D) 7.38

(D) None of these 4. The force F required at equilibrium on the semi-cylindrical gate shown below is

(A) 9.81 kN

(B) 0.0 kN

2. A trapezoidal channel with bottom width of 3 m and side slope of IV: 1.5 H carries a discharge of 8.0 /sec with the flow depth of 1.5 m. The Froude number of the flow is (A) 0.066 (B) 0.132 (C) 0.265 (D) 0.528
3. In a lined rectangular canal, the Froude number of incoming flow is 3.0. A hydraulic jump forms when it meets the pool of water. The depth of flow after the jump formation is 1.51 m. Froude number of flow after the hydraulic jump is (A) 0.30 (B) 0.71 (C) 0.41

(C) 19.62 kN (D) None of the above 5. A hydraulic jump takes place in a triangular channel of vertex angle 900, as shown in figure. The discharge is 1m3/s and the pre-jump depth is 0.5 m. What will be the post-jump? (Take g = 9.81 m/s2)

(a) 0.57 m (c) 1.02 m 6.

(b) (d)

0.91 m 1.57 m

A partially open sluice gate discharges water into a rectangular channel. The tail water depth in the channel is 3 m and Froude number is . If a free hydraulic jump is to be formed at a downstream of the sluice gate after the vena contracta of

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Sub: Fluid Mechanics

Topic : Hydraulic jump. Forces on immersed bodies

the jet coming out from the sluice gate, the sluice gate opening should be (coefficient of contraction Cc = 0.9) (a) 0.3 m (b) 0.4 m (c) 0.69 m (d) 0.9 m 7. Cross-section of an object (having same section normal to the paper) submerged into a fluid consists of a square of sides 2 m and triangle as shown in the figure. The object is hinged at point P that is one meter below the fluid free surface. If the object is to be kept in the position as shown in the figure, the value 'x' should be

(a) (c) 8.

2 4m

(b) (d)

4 8m

A hydraulic jump occurs in a rectangular, horizontal, frictionless channel. What would be the pre-jump depth if the discharge per unit width 2m3/s/m and the energy loss is 1 m? (a) 0.2 (b) 0.3 m (c) 0.8 m (d) 0.9 m Water emerges from an ogee spillway with velocity = 13.72 m/s and depth = 0.3 m at its toe. The tail water depth required to form a hydraulic jump at the toe is (A)6.48m(B) 5.24m (C)3.24m (D) 2.24m

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10. For a body completely submerged in a fluid, the centre of gravity (G) and centre of Buoyancy (O) are known. The body is considered to be in stable equilibrium if CE (A) O does not coincide with the centre of mass of the displaced fluid (B) G coincides with the centre of mass of the displaced fluid (C) O lies below G (D) O lies above G 11. A spillway discharges flood flow at a rate of 9 per metre width. If the depth of flow on the horizontal apron at the toe of the spillway is 46 cm, the tail water depth needed to form a hydraulic jump is approximately given by which of the following options? (A)2.54 m (B)4.90 m(C)5.77 m (D) 6.23 m

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