User: Tarashankar Sharma

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Hello,

I am Civil Engineer from Mumbai University and has a total of 2 years of experience in site engineering and valuation of immovable property.

 

 

Currently pursuing my Mtech from VJTI college in Project Management.

I am inter-college level chess champion.

Like to travel and explore new places.

Currently living in Mumbai with family.

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Answer: A: Define Mach Cone, Mach Angle, Zone of Action and Zone of Silence.
... - The series of wave fronts form a disturbance envelope given by a straight line which is tangent to the family of circles. It will be seen that all the disturbance waves lie within a cone (shown in fig.) having a vertex/apex at the body at time considered. The locus of all the leading surfaces of t ...
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Answer: A: What are the important characteristics of laminar flow?
... **Characteristic Of Laminar Flow** - Laminar is characterized by smooth streamlines and highly ordered motion. Under most practical conditions, the flow in a circular pipe is laminar for Re < 2000. In fully de$eloped laminar flow, each fluid particle moves at a constant axial velocity along a s ...
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Answer: A: What is the dynamic viscosity of oil?
... ![1 of 2][1] ![2 of 2][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/nIyzfD4.jpg [2]: https://i.imgur.com/0h6Xn4d.jpg ...
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What are the important characteristics of laminar flow?
... Give examples where such a flow is encountered. (5 Marks) Dec-2018. Subject **Fluid Mechanics 2** Topic **Laminar Flow** Difficulty **Medium** ...
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What is the dynamic viscosity of oil?
... Oil of specific gravity 0.82 is pumped through a horizontal pipeline 15mm in diameter and 3Km long at the rate of 0.015m^3/s. The pump has an efficiency of 68% requires 7.5 KW to pump the oil. (i) What is the dynamic viscosity of oil? (ii) is the flow laminar? (10 Marks) Dec-2018 Subject **Fluid ...
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Answer: A: What is meant by boundary layer? Why does it increase with distance from the ups
... **Boundary layer** - In fluid mechanics, thin layer of a flowing gas or liquid in contact with a surface such as that of an airplane wing or of the inside of a pipe. The fluid in the boundary layer is subjected to shearing forces. - A range of velocities exists across the boundary layer from max ...
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What is meant by boundary layer? Why does it increase with distance from the upstream edge?
... (5 Marks) Dec-2018 Subject **Fluid Mechanics 2** Topic **Boundary layer theory** Difficulty **Medium** ...
mumbai university civil engineering (semester 4) fluid mechanics 2 written 19 days ago by Tarashankar Sharma0 • updated 10 days ago by renubanswani0
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Answer: A: Explain what is meant by separation of boundary layer.
... **separation of boundary layer** - When a solid body is immersed in a flowing fluid, a thin layer of fluid called the boundary layer is formed adjacent to the solid body. In this thin layer of fluid, the velocity varies from 0 to free stream velocity in the direction normal to the solid body. - ...
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Explain what is meant by separation of boundary layer.
... Describe with sketch the methods to control separation. (12 Marks) Dec-2018 Subject **Fluid Mechanics 2** Topic **Boundary Layer Flow** Difficulty **Medium** ...
mumbai university civil engineering (semester 4) fluid mechanics 2 written 20 days ago by Tarashankar Sharma0 • updated 10 days ago by renubanswani0
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Find the velocity of a bullet fired in standard air
... Find the velocity of a bullet fired in standard air, if the Mach angle is 30°. For standard air R= 287 J/ Kg K, t= 15°C and k= 1.4 (04 Marks) Dec-2018 Subject **Fluid Mechanics 2** Topic **Compressible Flow** Difficulty **Medium** ...
mumbai university civil engineering (semester 4) fluid mechanics 2 written 20 days ago by Tarashankar Sharma0 • updated 12 days ago by renubanswani0

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