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Ramsay Mechanical Test Sample Questions

Buoyancy

Question: A cylindrical object is partially submerged in water, with its bottom half submerged and the top half above the water surface. Which of the following factors will have the greatest influence on the buoyant force acting on the object?
Options:
  • A:

    The length of the object

  • B:

    The diameter of the object

  • C:

    The density of the object

  • D:

    The depth of submergence

Correct Answer: D) The depth of submergence.

Explanation:

The depth of submergence plays a significant role in determining the buoyant force acting on a partially submerged object. The buoyant force is directly proportional to the volume of fluid displaced by the object. In this case, the depth of submergence directly affects the volume of water displaced.

When an object is partially submerged, the submerged portion displaces an amount of water equal to its volume. The buoyant force acting on the object is equal to the weight of the water displaced. As the depth of submergence increases, the volume of water displaced increases, resulting in a greater buoyant force.

Thermodynamics

Question: A sample of gas undergoes a thermodynamic process during which its temperature remains constant. Which of the following statements correctly describes the change in internal energy of the gas?


Options:
  • A:

    The internal energy increases.

  • B:

    The internal energy decreases.

  • C:

    The internal energy remains constant.

  • D:

    The change in internal energy depends on the pressure.

Correct Answer: C) The internal energy remains constant.

Explanation:

 When a sample of gas undergoes a thermodynamic process with constant temperature, it is known as an isothermal process. In an isothermal process, the gas exchanges heat with its surroundings in such a way that its temperature remains constant.

According to the first law of thermodynamics, the change in internal energy (ΔU) of a system is given by the equation ΔU = Q - W, where Q represents the heat transferred to the system and W represents the work done by the system.

Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Question: In a hydraulic system, if the diameter of the output piston is twice the diameter of the input piston, and a force of 1000 Newtons is applied to the input piston, what force will be exerted by the output piston?


      

Options:
  • A:

    1000 Newtons

  • B:

    2000 Newtons

  • C:

    3000 Newtons

  • D:

    4000 Newtons

Correct Answer: D) 4000 Newtons.

Explanation:

According to Pascal's law, the pressure in a hydraulic system is the same throughout. Therefore, the pressure on both pistons is equal. Using the formula for force in a hydraulic system, F = P × A, where P is the pressure and A is the area:

F1 = P × A1   |   F1 = P × π(d^2/4) ---> Equation 1 F2 = P × A2   |    F2 = P × π(d^2) ---> Equation 2

Dividing Equation 2 by Equation 1:

F2/F1 = (P × π(d^2))/(P × π(d^2/4))
F2/F1 = (d^2)/(d^2/4)
F2/F1 = 4

If F1 = 1000 Newtons, then F2 = 4 × F1 = 4 × 1000 Newtons = 4000 Newtons.

Newtons Law

Question: A person is standing on a frictionless cart. The person throws a ball with a certain force in the forward direction. Which of the following best describes the subsequent motion of the cart-ball system?
Options:
  • A:

    The cart moves forward, while the ball moves backward.

  • B:

    The cart remains stationary, while the ball moves forward.

  • C:

    The cart moves backward, while the ball moves forward.

  • D:

    The cart moves backward, while the ball remains stationary.

Correct Answer: C) The cart moves backward, while the ball moves forward.

Explanation:

Since the person and the cart are initially at rest and there is no external force acting on the system, the total momentum of the system must remain constant. The momentum of an object is the product of its mass and velocity.

When the person throws the ball forward, it gains momentum in the forward direction. According to the law of conservation of momentum, the cart-ball system must have an equal and opposite change in momentum. To achieve this, the cart must move backward with an equal momentum in the opposite direction.

Therefore, the person throws the ball forward, and the cart moves backward in reaction. This conserves the overall momentum of the system.

Circular Motion

Question: A car is moving along a circular track at a constant speed. Which of the following statements accurately describes the net force acting on the car?
Options:
  • A:

    There is no net force acting on the car.

  • B:

    The net force acts inward toward the center of the circle.

  • C:

    The net force acts outward away from the center of the circle.

  • D:

    The net force acts tangentially to the direction of motion.

Correct Answer: B) The net force acts inward toward the center of the circle.

Explanation:

In the case of circular motion, the acceleration is centripetal acceleration, which is directed toward the center of the circle. This acceleration allows the object to continually change its direction and maintain its circular path.

Since the net force is responsible for this acceleration, it must also be directed toward the center of the circle. This inward force, the centripetal force, acts to keep the object moving in a curved path rather than in a straight line.

Option B) The net force acts inward toward the center of the circle accurately describes the net force acting on the car during circular motion. This force allows the car to continuously change direction and maintain its circular trajectory.

Pressure

Question: A block of wood is floating in a container of water. Which of the following statements correctly describes the pressure exerted by the water on the bottom surface of the block?
Options:
  • A:

    The pressure is equal to the weight of the block.

  • B:

    The pressure is equal to the weight of the water displaced by the block.

  • C:

    The pressure is greater than the weight of the block.

  • D:

    The pressure is greater than the weight of the water displaced by the block.

Correct Answer: B) The pressure is equal to the weight of the water displaced by the block.

Explanation:

In the case of a floating block, the weight of the water displaced by the block is equal to the weight of the block itself. This is due to the principle of Archimedes' principle, which states that an object will experience an upward buoyant force equal to the weight of the fluid it displaces.

Therefore, the pressure exerted by the water on the bottom surface of the block is equal to the weight of the water displaced by the block. This means that the correct option is B) The pressure is equal to the weight of the water displaced by the block.

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