# Computational Fluid Dynamics Mcqs

Q:

A) less than 10 | B) less than 10 |

C) more than 10-⁵ | D) less than 10-⁵ |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: D) less than 10-⁵

Explanation: The common range of the vanishing value is from 10-³ to 10-⁵ The common range of the vanishing value is from 10-3 to 10-5 for the scaled residuals. I can also range below this level. The integrated quantities are also used to ensure the convergence of the solution. for the scaled residuals. I can also range below this level. The integrated quantities are also used to ensure the convergence of the solution.

Explanation: The common range of the vanishing value is from 10-³ to 10-⁵ The common range of the vanishing value is from 10-3 to 10-5 for the scaled residuals. I can also range below this level. The integrated quantities are also used to ensure the convergence of the solution. for the scaled residuals. I can also range below this level. The integrated quantities are also used to ensure the convergence of the solution.

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Q:

A) Sum of the absolute residuals | B) Sum of the actual residuals |

C) Number of elements | D) Sum of the scaled residuals |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: C) Number of elements

Explanation: The root mean square is the ratio of the square root of the sum of squares of the absolute residuals to the number of residuals. The number of residuals is the same as the number of elements.

Explanation: The root mean square is the ratio of the square root of the sum of squares of the absolute residuals to the number of residuals. The number of residuals is the same as the number of elements.

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Q:

A) The minimum of all the residuals | B) The maximum of all the residuals |

C) The sum of all the residuals | D) The product of all the residuals |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: B) The maximum of all the residuals

Explanation: The normalized residual is obtained by using the absolute residual divided by the maximum of all the residuals. When the maximum scaled value is less than the vanishing value, the solution is said to be converged.

Explanation: The normalized residual is obtained by using the absolute residual divided by the maximum of all the residuals. When the maximum scaled value is less than the vanishing value, the solution is said to be converged.

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Q:

A) Different variables result in different level of residuals | B) Different variables result in the same level of residuals |

C) Different variables result in different residuals | D) Different variables result in same residuals |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: A) Different variables result in different level of residuals

Explanation: When the influence of the sign of the residual can be ruled out by the absolute residual, the level of the absolute residual varies with the value of the flow variables. To overcome this problem, the residuals are normalized.

Explanation: When the influence of the sign of the residual can be ruled out by the absolute residual, the level of the absolute residual varies with the value of the flow variables. To overcome this problem, the residuals are normalized.

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Q:

A) decrease the importance of sign | B) compare with the vanishing value |

C) include the sign of the residual | D) increase the importance of sign |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: B) compare with the vanishing value

Explanation: The maximum value of residual is found by comparing the values of the absolute residuals. If this maximum value becomes less than the vanishing quantity (provided by the user), then the result is converged.

Explanation: The maximum value of residual is found by comparing the values of the absolute residuals. If this maximum value becomes less than the vanishing quantity (provided by the user), then the result is converged.

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Q:

A) to overcome high values of residuals | B) to decelerate the convergence process |

C) to overcome the sign problems in the actual residual value | D) to increase the rate of convergence |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: C) to overcome the sign problems in the actual residual value

Explanation: The residual may be a positive or a negative quantity. As the sign is not needed, the absolute value of the residual is found. If the absolute residual decreases with iterations, the solution converges.

Explanation: The residual may be a positive or a negative quantity. As the sign is not needed, the absolute value of the residual is found. If the absolute residual decreases with iterations, the solution converges.

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Q:

A) It increases the rate of convergence | B) It increases the stability |

C) It increases the accuracy | D) Numerical errors are less |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: D) Numerical errors are less

Explanation: The residual form of the discretized equations are mathematically equivalent to the standard form. In this form, the numerical errors are less when the variations are small for large flow variable values.

Explanation: The residual form of the discretized equations are mathematically equivalent to the standard form. In this form, the numerical errors are less when the variations are small for large flow variable values.

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Q:

A) negative | B) positive |

C) zero | D) one |

Answer & Explanation
Answer: C) zero

Explanation: When the solution field is exact, it means that the solutions converged. Therefore, the residual will be zero. The correction will also be zero in this case. But, in real, the solution will not reach the exact solution. Therefore, the residual will never be zero.

Explanation: When the solution field is exact, it means that the solutions converged. Therefore, the residual will be zero. The correction will also be zero in this case. But, in real, the solution will not reach the exact solution. Therefore, the residual will never be zero.

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