This question was previously asked in

MPSC AE CE Mains 2019 Official (Paper 2)

- the flow is uniform and incompressible
- the flow is non-viscous, uniform and steady
- the flow is steady, non-viscous, and incompressible
- none of the above

Option 3 : the flow is steady, non-viscous, and incompressible

With hundreds of Questions based on Fluid Dynamics, we help you gain expertise on Fluid Mechanics. All for free. Explore Testbook Learn to attain the subject expertise with us.

Free

ST 1: Building Construction and Materials

1423

20 Questions
40 Marks
24 Mins

Bernoulli’s Equation is known as the conservation of energy principle and states that in a steady, ideal flow of an incompressible fluid, the total energy at any point of the fluid is constant. The total energy consists of pressure energy, kinetic energy and potential energy or datum energy.

\( \frac{P}{w} + \frac{{{v^2}}}{{2g}} + z = constant\)

The following are the assumptions made in the derivation of Bernoulli's equation:

- The fluid is ideal i.e.
**viscosity is zero** - The flow is
**steady** - The flow is
**incompressible** - The flow is
**one dimensional**

India’s **#1 Learning** Platform

Start Complete Exam Preparation

Daily Live MasterClasses

Practice Question Bank

Mock Tests & Quizzes

Trusted by 2,29,57,775+ Students

133 Total Tests 14 Free Tests

Start Free Test
129 Total Tests 18 Free Tests

Start Free Test
Testbook Edu Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

1st & 2nd Floor, Zion Building,

Plot No. 273, Sector 10, Kharghar,

Navi Mumbai - 410210

[email protected]
Plot No. 273, Sector 10, Kharghar,

Navi Mumbai - 410210

Toll Free:1800 833 0800

Office Hours: 10 AM to 7 PM (all 7 days)