# MCAT Physics MCQs

Solved MCQs of Uniform Flow in Physics for MCAT.

## Uniform Flow MCQs

When the flow parameters change from one point to the other point in a flow is said _____
(A). uniform flow
(B). non-uniform flow
(D). linear flow
(E). None of these

The two pathlines ______
(A). intersect each other
(B). cannot intersect each other
(C). can meet at infinity
(D). cannot meet ever
(E). None of these

Let consider a fixed point in a flow. What is the locus of all the point passed through this fixed point called _______
(A). stream-line
(B). pathline
(C). streak lines
(D). stream tubes
(E). None of these

With respect to time, the flow in which the parameters do not change is known as ___
(B). transient flow
(D). continuous flow
(E). None of these

The example of ____is tapering pipe.
(E). None of these

From instant to instant the streamline also changes, in unsteady flow
(A). true
(B). false
(E). None of these

Streamlines and pathlines are ______in the steady flow.
(A). different
(B). same
(C). 0
(D). slightly similar
(E). None of these

Over a flat plate Consider a flow of uniform cross-section area, at a constant speed the flow moves. There is a disturbance in the flow due to a certain disturbance. In the given scenario, which statement is true?
(A). Even after the disturbance, the flow remains uniform
(B). Throughout the flow remains uniform
(C). The flow is the first uniform and after disturbance undergoes non-uniformity
(D). The cross-section area will be changed by the disturbance
(E). None of these

## Turbulent Flow MCQs

To increase the reduction and drag the lift laminar flow is used.
(A). True
(B). False
(C). Partially True

Which of the following is the example of turbulent flow?
(A). Smoking rises from a cigarette
(B). Flow on a symmetric airfoil
(C). Laminar flow
(D). Turbulent flow on the airfoil
(E). None of these

By chaotic changes in flow velocity and pressure turbulent flow is characterized.
(A). True
(B). False
(C). Partially True

In the surf, turbulence is observed.
(A). False
(B). True
(C). Partially True

Over a golf ball flow is stationary.
(A). True
(B). False
(C). Partially True

At turbulent flow, unsteady vortices appear.
(A). True
(B). False
(C). Partially True

To predict the turbulence the Reynolds number is used.
(A). True
(B). False
(C). Partially True

The surface promotes turbulence and perturbs the boundary layer.
(A). True
(B). False
(C). Partially True

The turbulence flow is irregular.
(A). False
(B). True
(C). Partially True