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# Low speed Aerodynamics (Aerodynamics-I )

Set 2

1.
a.
2.

Joule

d.

b.

c.

d.

1 Pascal

b.

kilo Pascal

c. 100kpa

d.

1000kpa

101.3 kN/m2

b.

760mm of
mercury

c. 10.33m of
water

d.

a.

6.

c.

a.

5.

Pascal

a.

4.

b.

## The symbol for mass density

a.

3.

Newton

an ideal fluid

b.

a real fluid

c. a perfect fluid

d.

## an ideal or perfect fluid

b.

Euler's
equation

c. Navier stokes
equation

d.

Momentum Equation

d.

## Low angles of attack

p+(1/2)V^2= const
a.

Bernoulli's
equation

## Vortex generators on the wing are most effective at

7.
a.

High Speed

b.

Low Speed

c. High angles of
attack

8.

a.

9.

the wing to the
trailing edge

b.

half way
between the
upper and
lower surface
of the wing

a. Lift, Weight,
b. Weight,
thrust and drag
gravity, thrust
and drag

the other wing
tip

d.

line

c. Lift, weight,
gravity and
drag

d.

## Drag, Friction, Weight,

Thrust

10. Which of the following types of drag increases as the aircraft gains altitude?
a.

Parasite Drag

b.

Induced Drag

c. Interference
Drag

d.

None

b.

m=f x a

c. F=m.a

d.

## All the above

c. Counter-sunk
rivets used on
skin exterior

d.

Wing area

c. only change if
the MTMA
were changed

d.

None

d.

a.

F=m/a

a.

Aspect ratio

b.

Fineness ratio

a.

increase with an
increase in
weight

b.

Depend upon
the angle of
attack

## 14. The optimum angle of attack of an aerofoil is the angle at which

a.

the aerofoil
produces
maximum lift

b.

the aerofoil
produces zero
lift

c. the highest
lift/drag ratio is
produced

15. The loss of pressure head for the laminar flow through pipes varies
a.

as the square of
velocity

directly as the
velocity

as the inverse
of the velocity

## None of the above

16. The velocity distribution in laminar flow through a circular pipe follow the
a.

17.

Logarithmic
law

Reynolds
Number is less
than 2000

Reynolds
number is less
than 4000

Reynolds
number is less
than 5 x 105

## None of the above

Boundary layer thickness is the distance from the surface of the solid body in the direction
perpendicular to flow, where the velocity of fluid is equal to
a.

19.

Linear law

a.

18.

parabolic law

free stream
velocity

free stream
velocity

free stream
velocity

Pressure
negative

## The boundary layer separation takes place if

a.

pressure

Pressure
positive

20. Drag is defined as the force exerted by a flowing fluid on a solid body
a.

in the direction
of flow

Perpendicular
to the
direction of
flow

in the direction
which is at an
angle of 45
degree to the
direction of
flow

1. b
2. a
3. c
4. d
5. d
6. a
7. b
8. a
9. a
10. b
11. c
12. b
13. b
14. a
15. b
16. b
17. a
18. c
19. c
20. a