Discussion :: Mechanical Operations - Section 1 (Q.No.2)
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|Transparently said: (Aug 27, 2016)|
|Equivalent diameter of particle relative to sphere is the diameter of sphere who's volume same as particle volume.|
|Raja said: (Jan 4, 2017)|
|I think Option C is correct.|
|Swaraj said: (Apr 12, 2017)|
|Yes, you are correct @Raja.|
|Kirilov said: (Apr 18, 2017)|
|D is correct as the definition of equivalent diameter is "Size of a spherical particle having the same controlling characteristic as the particle under consideration".
In the given question, there is no controlling character mentioned.
|Satya said: (Aug 13, 2017)|
|A) is the correct answer.|
|Abhijeet said: (Sep 25, 2017)|
|Chemico said: (Dec 6, 2017)|
|It comes from sphericity. The diameter used in sphericity is called the equivalent diameter.|
|Devarsh Parikh said: (Oct 21, 2018)|
|I think the answer is C.
Because we always take the diameter of the sphere which has same volume as the particle for the calculation.
|Rahul Maurya said: (Sep 15, 2019)|
|Yes, A is correct. Agree with the given answer.|
|Nandini said: (Nov 16, 2020)|
|Answer C is right. Because equivalent diameter is defined as the diameter of sphere of equal volume as that of the particle, which is used in finding the sphericity of a particle.|
|Roshni said: (Jan 10, 2021)|
|Option C is correct because we consider a sphere of same volume of the irregular particle.|
|Nisanth Jena said: (Feb 23, 2021)|
|A is correct as it's the definition of sphericity.|
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