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# Mechanics of Fluids MCQ with Answers PDF

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"Bernoulli's principle states that, for streamline motion of an incompressible non-viscous fluid:" MCQ PDF on mechanics of fluids with choices the pressure at any part + the kinetic energy per unit volume = constant, the kinetic energy per unit volume + the potential energy per unit volume = constant, the pressure at any part + the potential energy per unit volume = constant, and the pressure at any part + the kinetic energy per unit volume + the potential energy per unit volume = constant for accredited online college courses. Practice mechanics of fluids quiz questions for merit scholarship test and certificate programs for online colleges for science.

## MCQs on Mechanics of Fluids Quiz

MCQ: Bernoulli's principle states that, for streamline motion of an incompressible non-viscous fluid:

the pressure at any part + the kinetic energy per unit volume = constant
the kinetic energy per unit volume + the potential energy per unit volume = constant
the pressure at any part + the potential energy per unit volume = constant
the pressure at any part + the kinetic energy per unit volume + the potential energy per unit volume = constant

MCQ: Density of air is

1⁄8 of water
1⁄7 of water
1⁄45 of water
1⁄800 of water

MCQ: 1 torr is equal to

1 N⁄m²
1 mm Hg
1 bar
All of the above

MCQ: "Upthrust = Weight of the liquid displaced" is known as

Bernoulli's Principle
Archimedes' Principle
Pascal's Law
Coulomb's law

MCQ: Bernoulli's principle shows that, at points in a moving fluid where the potential energy change is very small

the pressure is low where the velocity is low and similarly, the pressure is high where the velocity is high
the pressure is low where the velocity is high and conversely, the pressure is high where the velocity is low
pressure becomes independent of the velocity of the moving fluid
pressure remain independent of the speed of the stationary fluid