Pharmaceutical Engineering MCQ with Answers Chapterwise

Pharmaceutical Engineering MCQ

Pharmaceutical Engineering MCQ for various chapters are available as follows

When the principle of conservation of energy is applied to the flow of fluids then the resulting equation is known as
a) Reynolds number b) Bernoulli’s theorem c) Hagen-Poiseuille’s equation d) Kick’s theory

Answer: Bernoulli’s theorem

The region between 2100-4000 for Reynolds number is known as …….
a) Turbulent region b) Laminar region c) Safe region d) Critical region

Answer: Critical region

In Bernoulli’s theorem, the Potential energy is also known as ………..
a) Resonance energy b) kinetic energy c) Thermal energy d) Datum energy

Answer: Datum energy

Which of the following is not a type of energy loss?
a) Friction losses b) Enlargement losses c) Resistance losses d) Losses in fittings

Answer: Resistance losses

Bernoulli’s theorem state that the pressure energy, kinetic energy, datum energy at any point of the fluids is………….
a) High b) Constant c) Low d) None of these

Answer: Constant

The SI unit of Energy is………
a) Meter b) Calorie c) Joule d) Kelvin

Answer: Joule

The energy possesses by the body virtue of its motion is known as………
a) Kinetic energy b) Potential energy c) Pressure energy d) None of these

Answer: Kinetic energy

According to Bernoulli’s equation, where the speed is high, the pressure will be……
a) High b) Low c) Medium d) No pressure

Answer: Low

The fundamental equation that relates pressure to fluids speed & height is known as………
a) Speed equation b) Reynolds equation c) Bernoulli’s Equation d) None of these

Answer: Bernoulli’s Equation

Bernoulli’s theorem cannot be applied when the flow is……..
a) Rotation b) Turbulent c) Unsteady d) All of these

Answer: All of these

When the principle of conservation of energy is applied to the flow of fluids then the resulting equation is called………
a) Reynolds number b) Bernoulli’s theorem c) Kick’s theory d) Hagen Poiseuille’s equation

Answer: Bernoulli’s theorem

Bernoulli’s theorem is applied in the measurement of……..
a) Rate of energy b) Rate of fluid c) Rate of velocity d) Rate of sedimentation

Answer: Rate of energy

Bernoulli’s theorem is applied in the working of …..……
a) Venturi pump b) Orifice pump c) Centrifugal pump d) Both A & B

Answer: Centrifugal pump

The change in Potential energy is measured as a difference of ……
a) mgf b) mgh c) mg d) mgt

Answer: mgh

The fundamental equation that relates pressure to liquid and height is known as……
a) Bernoulli’s Equation b) Light Equation c) Speed Equation d) Equation of the continuity

Answer: Bernoulli’s Equation

If the Reynolds number is less than 2000, the flow in the pipe is …….
a) Turbulent b) Laminar c) Transition d) None of these

Answer: Laminar

In Pipe flow the critical Reynolds number is……
a) 640 b) 5 c) 2000 d) 64000

Answer: 2000

Anemometer is used to measure………
a) Velocity b) Pressure c) Viscosity d) Internal Energy

Answer: Velocity

When a cross-section of pipe changes suddenly loss of energy is due to
a) Air trapped b) Sudden changes in pipe c) Eddies d) None of the above

Answer: Eddies

ɳ in Poiseuilles equation is representing…………..
a) Velocity of fluids b) Viscosity of fluids c) Pressure of fluids d) Density of fluids

Answer: Viscosity of fluids

During the flow of fluids………….causes loss in pressure
a) Frictional forces b) Circular motion c) Centrifugal force d) Both A & C

Answer: Frictional forces

The Property of fluid they describe internal resistance it is known as……..
a) Frictional loss b) Shock loss c) Resistance d) Internal Energy

Answer: Frictional loss

Which of the following is a major loss?
a. Frictional loss b. Shock loss c. Inlet loss d. Exit loss

Answer: Frictional loss

Which property of fluid accounts for the major losses in the pipe?
a. Density b. Specific gravity c. Viscosity d. Compressibility

Answer: Viscosity

The device which is used for making the temporary measurement of flow is……………….
a. Venturimeter b. Dull flow tube c. Orifice plate d. Pitot static tube

Answer: Orifice plate

The difference in pressure head, ∆H can be read by………………….
a. Galvanometer b. Manometer c. Photometer b) None of these

Answer: Manometer

What is the constant of the orifice meter?
a) C0 b) ∆H c) Both a and b d) U0

Answer: C0

Orifice meter is also referred as
a) Venturimeter b) Pitot meter c) Variable head meter d) Rotameter

Answer: Variable head meter

The orifice meter helps us to calculate________ at points A and B.
a) Temperature b) Velocity c) Pressure d) None

Answer: Velocity

Orifice meter is _ plate.
a) Thick b) Wide c) Thin d) None of above

Answer: Thin

Orifice meter is part of _
a) Flow of fluid b) Size reduction c) Size separation d) Venturimeter

Answer: Flow of fluid

Pitot tube is used to measure of__________
a) Velocity b) Speed c) Flow d) Density

Answer: Flow

Pitot tube measure velocity_______ point only.
a) All b) One c) Two d) End

Answer: One

Pitot tube also is known as________ tube.
a) Insertion tube b) Venturi tube c) Connective tube d) None of these

Answer: Insertion tube

In pitot tube the direction of the flow tube is _
a) Perpendicular and parallel b) Parallel c) Opposite d) Same

Answer: Perpendicular and parallel

. Rotameter measure the __
a) Area of flow b) Cross-section of flow c) Height of flow d) Velocity of flow

Answer: Area of flow

In Rotameter, plummet rises and falls because of _ in flow.
a) Area b) Velocity c) Variation d) Height

Answer: Variation

The upper edge of plummet is used to _ on the tapered tube.
a) Weight b) Measure c) Reading d) Flow

Answer: Reading

Rotameter tube is made up of __
a) Glass b) Wood c) Fiber d) Plastic

Answer: Glass

Rotameter is available with electric and electronic __ for recording.
a) Device b) Database c) System d) Transmitter

Answer: Transmitter