Important Fluid Mechanics Topics Asked in GATE Mechanical Exams
Fluid Mechanics Topics Covered in GATE ME 2021
Fluid Mechanics Topics Covered in GATE ME 2020
Properties of Fluids, Fluid Statics, Fluid Kinematics, Fluid Dynamics,
Fluid Mechanics Topics Covered in GATE ME 2019
GATE ME 2019
The viscosity of the fluid, Total acceleration, Buoyancy and Floatation, Laminar flow through pipes,
hydraulic turbines and centrifugal pump
Fluid Mechanics Topics Covered in GATE ME 2018
GATE ME 2018
Flow-through Pipes, Kinematics, Pelton Wheel, Rxn. turbine, Laminar B.L, Bernoulli application,
Dynamics, Dimensional analysis
Fluid Mechanics Pattern
- Based on the pattern of previous years GATE ME exam papers, it has been observed that every year, many questions were asked from Fluid Mechanics.
- Expected marks for GATE 2021 in Fluid Mechanics would be from 7 marks to 11 marks.
Expected Fluid Mechanics Topics for GATE Mechanical 2021-22
Most Important the topics in Fluid Mechanics which may be expected for GATE ME 2021
- Flow-through Pipes
- Bernoulli Equation & Application
- Fluid Kinematics
- Turbines & Pumps
- Fluid Properties Notes for GATE & Mechanical Engineering Exams
- Fluid Statics Notes for GATE & Mechanical Engineering Exams
GATE Notification 2022 Date
3rd week of July 2021
GATE Application Form 2022
2nd week of September 2021
Last Date of GATE Registration
1st week of November 2021
GATE Admit Card 2022 Download Date
2nd week of January 2022
GATE Exam Date 2022
1st to 2nd week of February 2022
GATE 2022: What’s New
• In another newly introduced change, students applying for GATE 2022 can also opt for two different papers from the prescribed set of combinations introduced by IIT BOMBAY.
• Eligibility criteria to appear for GATE-2022 is relaxed from the minimum 10+2+4 (ongoing) to minimum 10+2+3 (ongoing), enabling even those in the third year of their undergraduate studies to appear for the examination, thus this will provide a better career opportunity to Students.
• All test papers of GATE 2022 will be objective type Questions. The pattern of questions may include (i) Multiple Choice Questions (ii) Multiple Select Questions (MSQ )(iii) Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions.