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BARC Important Question Series Part - 60 (in Hindi)
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  1. BARC & GATE Question series via Concepts Presented by Deep sangeet Maity

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  3. Water is supplied to a tank at the rate of 0.02 m'/s, as shown in the figure below. The cross- sectional area of the tank is 1 m2 and the inner diameter of the outlet pipe is 60 mm. At a time when the water level in the tank is increasing at the rate of 5 mm/s, the average velocity (in m/s) of water in the outlet pipe is approximately Water supply Tank water level Outlet pipe (A) 0.005 (B) 0.06 (C) 5.3 (D) 20

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  5. inide Now 0.02 m3 |sec. i n Dia 6oMm ner)l, nnd e S-mw/ seol-o.oos'm/SX ) = 21

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  8. Sol G 4 Laminar Re 03 . 25 Reo C isuesi m 2 Frst calculate Re and check He So, "We will Use -to cal cnlate (Re If =0.03)

  9. Q.1 The Darcy friction factor f for a smooth pipe is given by f 64/Re for laminar flow and by f 0.3/Re025 for turbulent flow, where Re is the Reynolds number based on the diameter. For fully developed flow of a fluid of density 1000 kg/m and dynamic viscosity 0.001 Pa.s through a smooth pipe of diameter 10 mm with a velocity of 1 m/s, determine the Darcy friction factor.