Engineering Questions with Answers - Multiple Choice Questions

# Aerodynamics – Three Dimensional Doublet

1 - Question

Is source and sink are equal?
a) True
b) False
Explanation: The source and sink are equal but opposite strength located at points O and A, as sketched. The distance between the source and sink is l. consider an arbitrary point p located a distance r from the sink and a distance from the source, so source and sink are equal but opposite in strength.

2 - Question

Is strengths of source and sink becomes infinite?
a) False
b) True
Explanation: As the source and the sink approach as their strengths become infinite. That the flow field produced by the equation is a three dimensional doublet. The three dimensional doublet has defined the strength of the doublet with its two dimensional.

3 - Question

Is three dimensional doublet is defined as the strength of the doublet?
a) False
b) True
Explanation: The three dimensional doublet is defined as the strength of the doublet, compare equation with its two dimensional counterpart given in equation. Note that the three dimensional effects lead to an inverse squared variation.

4 - Question

Is three dimensional effect lead to an inverse squared variation?
a) True
b) False
Explanation: The three dimensional effects lead to an inverse squared variation and introduce into the two dimensional case. The stream lines of this velocity field are sketched in the figure are the stream lines in the planes.

5 - Question

Is flow induced by the three dimensional doublet is a series of stream surfaces?
a) True
b) False
Explanation: The flow induced by the three dimensional doublet is a series of stream surfaces generated by revolving the streamlines in about the r axis. Compare these stream lines with the two dimensional case illustrated they are qualitatively different.

6 - Question

Is flow is defined as axisymmetric flow?
a) True
b) False
Explanation: The flow is independent of indeed equation clearly shows that the velocity field depends only on r. such a flow is defined as axisymmetric flow. Once again, we have a flow with two independent variables with the axisymmetric flow.

7 - Question

Is axisymmetric flow sometimes labeled as two dimensional flow?
a) True
b) False
Explanation: The axisymmetric flow is sometimes labeled as two dimensional flow. However, it is quite different from the two dimensional planar flows discussed earlier. In reality, axisymmetric flow is degenerate three dimensional flow.

8 - Question

Is axisymmetric has two independent variables?
a) True
b) False
Explanation: The axisymmetric flow is a degenerate three dimensional flow, and it is somewhat misleading to refer it as the two dimensional, and the axisymmetric flow has only two independent variables, but it exhibits some of the same physical characteristics.

9 - Question

Is doublet is the combination of source and sink?
a) True
b) False