# What Is The Difference Between The Unsteady Uniform Flow And Steady Uniform Flow?

What Is The Difference Between The Unsteady Uniform Flow And

Unsteady uniform flow - changes with time.
Steady uniform flow - does not change with time.

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Description : Nature of fluid flow during the opening of a valve in a pipeline is (A) Laminar (B) Unsteady (C) Steady (D) Uniform

Description : The flow of a liquid through tapering pipe at a constant rate is an example of __________ flow. (A) Steady uniform (B) Steady non uniform (C) Unsteady uniform

Description : One dimensional flow implies (A) Flow in a straight line (B) Steady uniform flow (C) Unsteady uniform flow (D) A flow which does not account for changes in transverse direction

Last Answer : (D) A flow which does not account for changes in transverse direction

Description : Water flow in the river during flood can be categorised as the __________ flow. (A) Unsteady uniform (B) Unsteady non-uniform (C) Steady uniform (D) Steady non-uniform

Description : Normal depth in open channel flow is the depth of flow corresponding to (A) Steady flow (B) Unsteady flow (C) Laminar flow (D) Uniform flow

Description : When the flow in an open channel is gradually varied, the flow is said to be (A) Steady uniform flow (B) Steady non-uniform flow (C) Unsteady uniform flow (D) Unsteady non-uniform flow

Description : During the opening of a valve in a pipe line, the flow is (A) Steady (B) Unsteady (C) Uniform (D) Laminar

Description : A flow through a long pipe at decreasing rate is called __________ uniform flow. (A) Steady (B) Unsteady (C) Both A and B (D) None of these

Description : A flow through a long pipe at constant rate is called (A) Steady uniform flow (B) Steady non-uniform flow (C) Unsteady uniform flow (D) Unsteady non-uniform flow

Description : A flow through an expanding tube at constant rate is called (A) Steady uniform flow (B) Steady non-uniform flow (C) Unsteady uniform flow (D) Unsteady non-uniform flow

Description : Mass velocity is independent of temperature & pressure, when the flow is (A) Unsteady through unchanged cross-section (B) Steady through changing cross-section (C) Steady and the cross-section is unchanged (D) Unsteady and the cross-section is changed

Description : A flow in which the quantity of liquid flowing per second is not constant, is called (A) Streamline flow (B) Turbulent flow (C) Steady flow (D) Unsteady flow

Description : A flow in which the viscosity of fluid is dominating over the inertia force is called (A) Steady flow (B) Unsteady flow (C) Laminar flow (D) Turbulent flow

Description : Flow occurring in a pipeline when a valve is being opened is (A) Steady (B) Unsteady (C) Laminar (D) Vortex

Description : A flow in which the quantity of liquid flowing per second is constant, is called __________ flow. (A) Steady (B) Streamline (C) Turbulent (D) Unsteady

Description : The continuity equation is connected with (A) Open channel/pipe flow (B) Compressibility of fluids (C) Conservation of mass (D) Steady/unsteady flow

Description : A ______ is a flow in which the gas flow is adiabatic and frictionless and entropy change is zero.  A. Isentropic flow  B. Isobaric flow  C. Steady flow  D. Uniform flow

Description : What is defined as a process during which a fluid flows through a control volume steadily?  A. Transient-flow process  B. Steady and uniform process  C. Uniform-flow process  D. Steady-flow process

Description : The index of compression n tends to reach ratio of specific heats y when  (a) flow is uniform and steady  (b) process is isentropic  (c) process is isothermal  (d) process ... specific heat does not change with temperature  (e) process is isentropic and specific heat changes with temperature.

Description : In which type of fluid flow, the velocity of flow of fluid changes from point to point in the fluid at any instant? (A) Rotational (B) Unsteady (C) Turbulent (D) Non-uniform

Description : Unsteady uniform flow is represented by flow through a/an (A) Long pipe at constant rate (B) Long pipe at decreasing rate (C) Expanding tube at increasing rate (D) Expanding tube at constant rate

Last Answer : (B) Long pipe at decreasing rate

Description : Unsteady non-uniform flow is represented by flow through a/an (A) Long pipe at constant rate (B) Long pipe at decreasing rate (C) Expanding tube at increasing rate (D) Expanding tube at constant rate

Last Answer : (C) Expanding tube at increasing rate

Description : An example of unsteady non uniform flow is the flow of liquid under pressure through a (A) Tapering pipe at constant flow rate (B) Tapering pipe at either decreasing or increasing flow rate (C) Long pipeline of constant diameter (D) None of these

Last Answer : (B) Tapering pipe at either decreasing or increasing flow rate

Description : 18. A flow through an expanding tube at increasing rate is called unsteady non-uniform flow. A) Yes B) No

Description : The final step in testing a circuit for a ground involves the use of a megohmmeter. A grounded switch or cable will be indicated by a megohmmeter reading of ____________. A. 'zero' B. infinity C. steady in the high range D. unsteady in the low range

Description : Pick out the correct statement. (A) 1 kcal/hr.m.°C is equal to 1 BTU/hr. ft.°F (B) In steady state heat conduction, the only property of the substance which determines the ... in the direction of temperature rise (D) In heat transfer by forced convection, Grashoff number is very important

Last Answer : (B) In steady state heat conduction, the only property of the substance which determines the temperature distribution, is the thermal conductivity

Description : Equilibrium of a chemical reaction as viewed by kinetics is a __________ state. (A) Dynamic steady (B) Static steady (C) Dynamic unsteady (D) None of these

Description : Filling of gas from a high pressure cylinder into small bottles is an example of a/an __________ process. (A) Equilibrium (B) Adiabatic (C) Steady (D) Unsteady

Description : Bernoulli's equation for fluid flow is derived following certain assumptions. Out of the assumptions listed below, which set of assumptions is used in derivation of Bernoulli's equation? A. Fluid flow is frictionless & irrotational. B. Fluid flow is ... A, C, D (B) B, D, E (C) A, B, E (D) A, D, E

Last Answer : (C) A, B, E

Description : One dimensional fluid flow implies the (A) Flow in straight lines only (B) Uniform flow (C) Steady uniform flow (D) Flow in which transverse components are zero

Last Answer : (D) Flow in which transverse components are zero

Description : Fluid flow at increasing rate through a diverging pipe is an example of __________ flow. (A) Steady uniform (B) Non-steady uniform (C) Steady non-uniform (D) Non-steady non-uniform

Description : Steady uniform flow is represented by flow through a/an (A) Long pipe at constant rate (B) Long pipe at decreasing rate (C) Expanding tube at constant rate (D) None of these

Last Answer : (A) Long pipe at constant rate

Description : Steady non-uniform flow is exemplified by flow through a/an (A) Long pipe at constant rate (B) Long pipe at decreasing rate (C) Expanding tube at increasing rate (D) Expanding tube at constant rate

Last Answer : (D) Expanding tube at constant rate

Description : Select the correct practical example of steady non-uniform flow. (A) Motion of water around a ship in a lake (B) Motion of river around bridge piers (C) Steadily decreasing flow through a reducing section (D) Steadily increasing flow through a pipe

Description : Normal depth in open channel flow is the depth of flow in the channel (A) Corresponding to uniform flow (B) Measured normal to the channel bed (C) Corresponding to steady flow (D) None of these

Last Answer : (A) Corresponding to uniform flow

Description : The flow of water through the hole in the bottom of a wash basin is an example of (A) Steady flow (B) Uniform flow (C) Free vortex (D) Forced vortex

Description : The flow in which conditions do not change with time at any point, is known as (A) One dimensional flow (B) Uniform flow (C) Steady flow (D) Turbulent flow

Description : A flow in which each liquid particle has a definite path, and the paths of individual particles do not cross each other, is called (A) Steady flow (B) Uniform flow (C) Streamline flow (D) Turbulent flow

Description : General energy equation holds for (A) Steady flow (B) Turbulent flow (C) Laminar flow (D) Non-uniform flow

Description : When the flow parameters at any given instant remain same at every point, then flow is said to be (A) Quasi-static (B) Steady state (C) Laminar (D) Uniform

Description : The flow in which the velocity vector is identical in magnitude and direction at every point, for any given instant, is known as (A) One dimensional flow (B) Uniform flow (C) Steady flow (D) Turbulent flow

Description : The Euler's equation for the motion of liquids is based upon the assumption that (A) The fluid is non - viscous, homogeneous and incompressible (B) The velocity of flow is uniform over the section (C) The flow is continuous, steady and along the stream line (D) All of the above

Description : Uniform flow occurs when (A) The flow is steady (B) The flow is streamline (C) Size and shape of the cross section in a particular length remain constant (D) Size and cross section change uniformly along length

Description : The flow which neglects changes in a transverse direction is known as (A) One dimensional flow (B) Uniform flow (C) Steady flow (D) Turbulent flow

Description : The flow in which the particles of a fluid attain such velocities that varies from point to point in magnitude and direction as well as from instant to instant, is known as (A) One dimensional flow (B) Uniform flow (C) Steady flow (D) Turbulent flow