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The study of force which produces fluid motion is called as**

**(A)**fluid kinematics

**(B)**fluid dynamics

**(C)**fluid statics

**(D)**none of the above

**B**

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Euler's equation of motion is a statement of**

**(A)**energy balance

**(B)**conservation of momentum for an inviscid liquid

**(C)**conservation of momentum for an incompressible flow

**(D)**conservation of momentum for real fluid

**B**

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Euler's equation of motion for liquids is based on the assumption that the**

**(A)**flow is streamline

**(B)**flow takes place continuously

**(C)**flow is homogeneous and incompressible

**(D)**flow is irrotational

**C**

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Bernoulli's theorem deals with the conservation of**

**(A)**mass

**(B)**energy

**(C)**momentum

**(D)**force

**B**

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According to Bernoulli's equation**

**(A)**$Z+\frac{p}{w}+\frac{{v}^{2}}{2g}=Cons\mathrm{tan}t$

**(B)**$Z+\frac{p}{w}-\frac{{v}^{2}}{2g}=Cons\mathrm{tan}t$

**(C)**$Z-\frac{p}{w}+\frac{{v}^{2}}{2g}=Cons\mathrm{tan}t$

**(D)**$Z-\frac{p}{w}-\frac{{v}^{2}}{2g}=Cons\mathrm{tan}t$

**A**