Civil Engineering - Hydraulics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Hydraulics - Section 2 (Q.No. 1)
1.
Liquids
cannot be compressed
do not occupy definite shape
are not affected by change in pressure and temperature
none of these.
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
34 comments Page 1 of 4.

K SHUBHARAJ shetty said:   3 months ago
It does not have a definite shape.

Ching said:   5 months ago
Liquids occupy definite volume but have no definite shape. This is because the inter-molecular force of attraction between the molecules in a liquid is less when compared to solids and the liquid molecules are loosely packed.

Heenu said:   2 years ago
Liquids are generally incompressible while gases are compressible.

Achumi kits said:   2 years ago
I agree with you @Tayu.

Vinod said:   3 years ago
Fluids are two types of liquids, And gases can be compressed but liquid cannot be compressed and liquids do not aquify definite shape so the answer is both A&B.

Saqib said:   3 years ago
Because the particles can move, liquids don't have a definite shape, and they can flow.

Because the particles are still packed close together, liquids can't easily be compressed and keep the same volume.

Krish said:   3 years ago
yes, Ais right. I agree.

Raji said:   3 years ago
Agree both A and B are correct Answer.

Sarvesh kumar said:   4 years ago
A liquid is a nearly incompressible fluid that conforms to the shape of its container but retains a (nearly) constant volume independent of pressure. As such, it is one of the four fundamental states of matter (the others being solid, gas, and plasma), and is the only state with a definite volume but no fixed shape.

Lakhan meena said:   4 years ago
Liquid are incompressible so A is the correct answer.


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