HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Chapter 13 Fluid Mechanics deals with problems based on finding the pressure of the fluids and more. The chapter consists of questions that are based on finding the pressure of water if the tap is open or closed and finding the pressure at the bottom of a tube when it is attached to a gas chamber etc. Students will further get to learn topics of fluid mechanics and solve problems like:
- Finding the height if pressure, area, mass are given.
- Problems related to standard atmospheric pressure and finding the torque and force exerted by flowing water on rocks.
- There are questions where students need to find the amount of copper in an ornament when the volume of the ornament is given as well as calculate the volume of a boat filled with water inside using the concept of buoyant force.
In order to help students understand the concept clearly and be proficient in solving the question from the given chapter, we are offering HC Verma solutions for part 1 that will help them master physics concepts and be well prepared for JEE.
In chapter 13 students will learn about important topics like;
- Pressure in a Fluid
- Pascal’s Law
- Atmospheric Pressure and Barometer
- Archimedes’ Principle
- Pressure Difference and Buoyant
- Force in Accelerating Fluids
- Flow of Fluids
- Steady and Turbulent Flow
- Irrotational Flow of an
- Incompressible and Nonviscous Fluid
- Equation of Continuity
- Bernoulli’s Equation
- Applications of Bernoulli’s Equation
Important Question In Chapter 13
1. A barometer tube has a reading of 76 cm of mercury. The tube is slowly moved to an inclined position while the open end is kept immersed in the mercury reservoir. State whether the length of the mercury column will be 76 cm or less than 76 cm or more than 76 cm?
2. A small amount of water slowly gushes out of a vertical pipe. However, as it descends its area of cross-section reduces. Can you explain this event on the basis of the equation of continuity?
3. State what is Bernoulli’s theorem based on;
(a) conservation of momentum (b) conservation of mass (c) conservation of energy (d) conservation of angular momentum
4. We take an empty vessel and place a metal cube in it. Water is then filled in the vessel and the cube is completely immersed in the water. What will happen to the force on the bottom of the vessel in contact with the cube?
(a) It will increase (b) Decreases (c) Remains the same (d) Becomes zero.
5. An open tank filled with a liquid has a small hole near the bottom. As the water is released, what will the speed of the water not depend upon?
(a) The density of the liquid (b) Height of the liquid from the hole (c) Area of the hole (d) Acceleration due to gravity
HC Verma Solutions Vol 1 Fluid Mechanics Chapter 13