# CFD Basic Quiz

Questions based on fundamentals of  fluid mechanics, numerical methods, computational fluid dynamics and turbulent flows are given to assess your subject knowledge

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Created on By Dr. Sharad Pachpute

Basic of CFD and Fluid Mechanics -QUIZ

Basic of CFD and Fluid Mechanics will be examined

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Which of these terms represents the inertia term in the momentum equation

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Which of the following is the source term in the momentum equation for natural convection

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The staggered grid is useful to overcome

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The outflow boundary condition is used in the CFD domain for the boundary

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The continuity equations for incompressible flow (divergence of velocity vector,V)

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Which  is essential CFD input to carry out simulation

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In CFD modeling, what are the two major types of numerical boundary conditions?

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In the first order Updwind scheme, which variation is considered?

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How many variables of Boundary conditions are to be specified for 2D flow?

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To simulate any laminar flow with any geometry, which of the following equations are solved

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For incompressible flow,  dependent variables in the Navier-Stokes equations are

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For numerical simulations,  what are the independent variables in the Navier-Stokes equations after discretization?

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The momentum equation is based on

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A control volume-based model results in which equation?

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In post-processing of CFD results, which plots are irrelevant?

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The continuity equation is derived based on

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For the implicit method, which is the essential step?

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Which of the following does not come under the three main elements of CFD modeling?

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The region  of interest for CFD analysis is carried is called

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CFD is the third pillar for numerical fluid flow analysis. What are the other two traditional approaches?