Properties of Solids & Liquids-Heat Transfer (NEET Physics): Questions 35 - 38 of 40

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Question number: 35

» Properties of Solids & Liquids » Heat Transfer » Convection

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When fluids are heated from the bottom, convection currents are produced because

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Heated fluid becomes less dense than the cold fluid above it

b.

Molecular motion of fluid becomes aligned

c.

Heated fluid becomes more dense than the cold fluid above it

d.

Molecular collisions take place within the fluid

Question number: 36

» Properties of Solids & Liquids » Heat Transfer » Conduction

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A 10 cm thick ice block is there on the surface of water in a lake. The temperature of air is - 10° C; how much time it will take to double the thickness of the block (L = 80 cal/g, K ice = 0.004 erg/s-k, ρ ice = 0.92 gm cm -3)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

51.11 hours

b.

21 hour

c.

19.11 hours

d.

191 hours

Question number: 37

» Properties of Solids & Liquids » Heat Transfer » Conduction

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Three rods of the same dimension have thermal conductivities 3K, 2K and K. They are arranged as shown in fig. with their ends at 100°C, 50°C and 20°C. The temperature of their junction is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

70°C

b.

60°C

c.

50°C

d.

35°C

Question number: 38

» Properties of Solids & Liquids » Heat Transfer » Convection

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A cylindrical rod with one end in a steam chamber and its other end in ice results in melting of 0.1 gm of ice per second. If the rod is replaced by another with half the length and double the radius of the first and if the thermal conductivity of material of second rod is ¼ that of firth, the rate at which ice melts in gm/sec will be

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Choice (4) Response

a.

0.1

b.

1.6

c.

0.2

d.

3.2

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