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I MECHANICAL ENGINEERIN_G--:===:::'JJ
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PAPERII
ht the detcrmimliJOn using
standard charis. tloe relation botween the
given size number n and the average
number of gralns ' N' per sq unrc onch at o
magmlicauon of I tlO X is
a N= 2"
b N= 2
c. N=l"' '
d N= 2+1
Chemicals attack atoms
boundanes preferenllnl l)
have
within grain
because they
a. Lower enerh'Y than those in the grams
b. Higber energy than those in the grains
c. Higher nwnber of atoms lluuo on the
grains
d. Lower number of atonos tloan tn the
grains
As per Oibb"s phase nole. if number of
component!; os equal to 2 tloeu the number
of phases 11ill be
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b. s 3
c !0 4
d
The rate of production of o po11der
mctall ur!l1 pan depends on
a. Flo\\ note of poll der
b Green strength of coMopact
c. Apparent density of compact
cl Compressibility of powder
Itt a m:octtimng process. the percentage of
heat c<uTied away b) the chips is typically
a 5%

c. .50"/o
d_ 75%
In economocs of mucbining. which one of
the foll owmg costs remams constant'/
a Machming cost per piece
b. Tool changmg cost per piece
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c. Tool handling cost per piece
d. Tool per piece
Which one of follo11 ing is hardest
cu11ing tool matel'ial ne.xl onl) to
diamond'/
a Cemented carbides
b. Ceramics
c. Silicon
!l Cubic boron nitride
Crater 11ear on tools always slarts ao some
distance from the tool hp because at that
point
a. Cutting Ouid does not penetrate
b. Normal stress on rake face is
ma"imum
c. Temperature is maxi moun
d. Ttl()] menglh os nuni mum
1 A 3 1 ,8 mm I LS.S. drill is used to drill a
hole in a cast iron block I oo orun thick at a
cutting speed 20 m/mlo and feed O .. l
Jllllli re>. If IC 0 \ er Ita\ cl of drill fs 4 mm
and apprOllch 9 mm, the tome r<\quored ro
dril l the hote is
a. I mm 40s
b. I mm41 s
c, I tllJil 49 s
d. I nom 53 s
IU. The value of surface roughness ' h.
obtained during the ttJhing operating al a
feed r wi th a round nose t.ool haviug
radlus r- is given as
a. f /8r
b f tllr
c. Ft8r
d f'lllr
2
I L A side and face cutter 125mm diameter
hns I 0 teeth, II operates at a cutting speed
of 14 mlrnin with a table tra\'erse 100
rnrn/min. Tite feed l)er tooth cutter is
a I 0 mm
b 2.ll6 uun
c. o.286mm
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Whicb ono tS not a mt!tl10d of reducing
<>urting forces lo prevent lh<> nverlooding
ofp=s'l
a. Providing sheor (lp dj.,
h. Pmviding shenr mlpnnch
c. lno:J-eaSJng
ct Stepping punches
In which one of the following welding
techniques i.s vacuum envirunntenl
required'/
a. l.'ftr;sonic welding
h. Lase-r bearn welding
c. Pla.m arc wdding
(,1. .Electron beam welding
In rolling strip between two roiiE. lhe
poltion of the n<Utra l point in thd or" of
oonlact doa nol depend on
Amoutlt of t'<:duclion
b. Dwn>clor of the mils
c. Coc1l1cicoll of l'ric.tilm
d. Malcriill oflhHOll!
In a macltinc tool gear bolt, Otc >1na!lest
and lnrgcst 3t'C 100 rpm tond 1120
rpm If !ltere. ore 8 speed in
nll. lhe fuunh speed will be
n, 400 rpm
!). 280 rpm
c. 800 rpm
d. 535 rpm
To C'NC' mnchine IOQl, encQder i ucd to
sense and conlr<JI
a, 'I able rnition
h. Table veloelty
c. Spindle
cl. Cuolonl ll<m
In dtc lolcrnncc specification 25 0 6, lho
lell.er D rltJl'"'"'""'
n. Grode
b I fpper devioli<m
c. Lower davuuion
d. Typcoflil
Rcplilive fasl speed uotivtlies cao bo
effectively analyzed by laking phqtograph
tit
- Ln\\ speed aod sert!Cning ni lttw speed
b. High speed and screening al high
speed
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c. Fllgh !peed ood at low speed
d. Low lUld sc.r<"..Uug at lUJlb p..-:d
Tite rcnsun or dhref8ifrc.ation is lo
a. production
b. Balmcc low high capacity
5ituation
c. Sttti.'(fy mon: c.ustumers
d. lmprovc capacity utiHzation
Titc (Jroper of activities for
material "-"<l!lirement plAnning are
a. 1\,l:ostcr productlnn schedule. capacily
planning. MRP and. Ord1:1 reloi:ase
b. Order release, m;,.ler protlucli()n
scltt:dule, Jl,lRP orid c"'l'city flllllming
c. Mosler pi'Odnclion order
_ 1acity planninjl and MRP
d. planning. masler production
schedule. MR1' and ordor release
Economic Ordr..'1' iB tl1e qUJJnlity at
which lhe c!l<l l of c..rrylng is
a. Minimum
h. llCJ.uollo tbe cost Qf ordering
c. Less th.m lhc cost or ordering
d. Cost of over stoc.king
A .!tbop owner wiJ.h an oumual OOtl !llaUl
demnnd of A' unh has ordering costs of
Rs. p per order and cnrrying costs Rs. t '
pt.-r uuit per year. economit order
quanliLJ foro puroh!ISing model having no
shortnge moy be determined from
a. .J24Pt AI
b ../24..tf> I
c. ' 1
d. J 2rii i p
Which one of Ute following L< true in
rcSJX'Cl of production conLrol for
continuous or ossembly line production?
a, Cotttrol is cbievt'll hy PERT netwml.-
b. Johnson olgorithm U-<ed for
sequencing
c. C:ontrol is on one work centre only
d, Control is on tlow of identical
components through se\'et'al opetolioM
Which on<: llf' the t'ollnwing th"
lli'I:Jbnt:d logiClll in the
development (1,,,, producl'l
T"chnic>l fcibility soc.ial
occcptobilily and economic viobility
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b. Social 11cceptability. economic
viahiliry and technical lcasihility
c. Economic viability. social
nccntabillt} 11nd technical feasibili ty
d. Technical feasib11it). economic
viability and social acccprnbillt)
Which one of the follol\'fng fs assumed for
timing the activities in PERT
a. a distribution
b. fJ diSlribution
c. Binomial <Jistribution
d. Erlangiun distribution
The three time estimates or a PERT
activity ure: optimistic timo = 8 min. most
time 10 min and pessimistic time
= 14 tnm. The expectt'd time of the
1\0IIId be
a. I O.OCJ min
b. 10.33 min
c. 10.66 min
d. 11.00 min
For network shown' ln the li!'.urc.
1nriGnce along the critieal pnth is 4.
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i'he probnbTiit} or completion of the
P"*"t in 24 days is
a. 68.2%
b. 84.1%
c. 95.4%
" 97.7%
The curve representing the level of
acliic1 emcnt with reference w time is
known as
a. Perfonnnrtce curve
b. Operating characteristic curve
c, S-CUI'\fe-
1.1. Leaming Cune
21J. Which one or following llow is
correct for swapping values of A and B?
B.
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.l l.
Jot t tl
Pr!nt A. B
b.
"'" A. a
c.

C:l\
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Print A. B
d.
I = 1.3.4.2.6.5
K(l) = I 00. 52. JOO. 51. 600
correct PORTI{AN
sq11cmem from UJe following:
a. REAO( I. K(l),l . = I.(>)
b. READ(L. K(l ). I - I. 6)
c. Rf ..,\0(1, K(l-).1.. = I. 6)
d. READ(L. K(L), 1.. = I. 6)
Motch l..ist I with list II and select the
correct nns'' er:
I (Phase diagram)
A. Isomorphous system
B. Eutectic system
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C. Peritectic system
D, Monotcctic yslem
List II
1. liquid ..Wcompos&:> into another
liquid ami
2. One liquid ond another sol id combine
to form new solid
3 Two metnls are completely soluble in
liquid SUite l1Jid completely in.5oluble in
go lid sl4li:
4. T\\o metals. soluble in olid and tiquid
stntc-
A 13 c D
a. 2 3 4 1
4 1 2 3
2 1 4 3
4 3 2 l
Match List r with Lit 11 and sel ect th"
COrT'l!d
List I ( Material)
A.
B. Refractories
C. Stones
D. High Ki lica glass
List 11 (Appli<at lon)
1. Construction of chemical plants
2. Columns and
3. lining
4-. 'l11es
A B C D

b.
c.
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2
4
3
1
2
4
2
3
3
d. 2 3 4 1
i\lutch List I wi!lt List ll tt nd stloot
correct answer:
List l ( lngredio.nts)
A. Silica
B. Potassium
C. Fc:n-o
D. C<!llulooc
Ust 11 (Welding funclitns)
I . t\ n: sUs b ili.zcr
2. De-oxidizer
3. Flu.xing s ent
4. Gas fomting I
A f' D
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-l nt I II

3 4 2
b. 2 1 3 4
c.
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1 2 4
d. 2 4 3 1
.Match List I wiJb List ll and lh<
correc-l otn!'lwer:
Lisr T (Pon s)
A. Seomkss lubell
B. Accurate un.l smooth rubes
C. Swfnccs hnviug higher barduu.s and
fatigue streugth
Lisl ![ (Mnchine1'ool purls)
I. RoU forming
2. Shol penning
3. P01ging
4. Cold forming
A U C
a. I 4 2
h. 2
c.
d.
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Molch List with List II and seleet the

;answer:
List I (Mucbine tools)
A. Latbe
.B. MlWng machine
C.
D. Drilling mnohine
Usr ll tocJI r nrls)
I . Lead
2 Rocl<<>r arm
3. Univenal onclexing
4. Flutu
1\ B c

-1 2 3
h. I 3 2
c. -l 3 2
d. 2 3
D
1
4
4
Match List J with Lise II and sdctt lbc
coO'Cct
Li>t I (Mnrbine tool)
A. Lalbc
B. Dtillinll mudtiue
c. Sbapor
D. Brodting mochinc
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J. Push or pull tool
2. Ratchet and pawl ma.::hanism
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Dividing lteod

Hollo\11 lap.,.-t:d spindlu
5. I'aac plate
i\ l3 c D
01. 2 4 5 I
b. 5 J 2 4
c 1. '
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j 4
d.
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4 2 I
Match Li<r I with List ij and <elect
correct
List I (NC machine tvol
A. N C sys t<:m
B. tNC
C'. DNC -ystem
D. Mchinmg centre
f1 'Features)
th ..
I It ha$ an inteo:rated outomot ic tool
changing unit- and a cornpunt:nl
indexing device
2.. A nuntbr of lllilch.iuo tools >ro<
'-"lntrolled b\ computer. No lllpo:
reader. the' r>Mt 1s
trnnsmiued directly 10 Ute machine tool
from !he computer memory
3. The oonhon ... consists of sofi-wirod
compulor 11nd logic: systorn.
Graphic display of tool path is also
possible
4. The instrllctions hn titpe prepored in
binr>' decimal fm1n nnd llpL'talcd b)' a
Si.tries of coded instructions
A D c D

4 2 3 I
h. J 2 4
c. 4 3 2 I
d. I 2 3 4
38. Match 1-i:!l I wtth . I I and select tha
correct lUlSWCt':
List I ( Wage puymcot plans)
A. Time boscd
B. Price rnle
C. Gain haring
D. lnd.irect payment!
List n ( 1.et hod nf
I. Stncl;- distrihnlion
2. 100% bcm us
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Tnyl(lf clill'erentb:ol piece rate
4. Straight salary
.\ 13 C D
a. 4 3 2 1
b. 2 1 4 3
c. 4 I 2
d. 2 -1 1
s .,, 16
Mt.ch LL.it 1 "ilb L i;;t U ;od select tbt
con'l!cl onswcr:
List I (Fil<'S iu .MRP)
A. Moster produdion sdtcdulo
B. Bills of malcrils
C. rocords
List II ( In ruts rcquirNI)
I . receipt.
2. Llnits costs 3nd discounts
3. Production capa.-ity
4. Pmduot structure
?\ B c
a, 4 '
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I>. 3 4 2
c.. 3 4 1
d. 4 3 I
40. Match List 1 with List ll ond sclucl tlte
conect answer:
List 1 (Limits in normal distribution)
A+
B.
C . .:.Ia
List II (POpulation (' UWted)
I. 0.3413
2. O.ti821i
3. 0.9973
4. 0.9545
A l:l
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a. 3 4 2
b. 2 -1
c. 4 2 '
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d. 4 3 2
41. Match Li.sl I with List ll ond select the
corTect answer:
List 1 (2-0 Strl"'S loading)
A, Thin cylinder under internol
R. Tltin t>here un<ler iJltemal
C. Shnft lo torsicm
List II (R lllio of princi pnl
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2. 1,0
3.
I.()

2.0
A B c

4 '2
b. I 3 2
c. +
3 2
u.
j
2 3
Match L1s1 I (Perxons 11ilh whom the
models a"' ossocifiled) with L c<t D
(JVIodds) ant! select l11c con't!CI nnswer:
List 1
A. J. Von Nowmnnn
D. G. Dnntz.ig.
C. A .. K. EJ'Inng
p , Richord
List U
I. Wailing lines
1. Simul:lltion
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D)'Tiomic programming
4, Compethivc slntlegies
s. Allocotion by simple.x method
A B c
f)

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d
5 3
<:. 2 5 1 4
d. 4 5 3
Match List I will; Lis t II and scloct
correct ""wer
List I (Cnmput or languag<>)
A. CO'BOL
D. FORTRAN
c. c
D, .Assembler
Ll.1 n (Applir ;tiltu)
I. Sy$1eu softwru
tild
2 System sullwurc: md otbCI' CUIUJJ10Jl
applicotinns
3. Btlincss IIJlplicotion
4. Seientifio opplicolion
i\ B c D

3 4 2
b. 2 4
ll,
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I 2 4
d 2 4 5
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(,'\): An In volute-rack with 20"
pres.nre ungle mcshoS with a pinion of
14.5 .
Reason (H): a is
fmpossible.
a. Both A. & R ore trut & R is the correct
e.xplnnotion of.'\.
b. BoU1. . \ and R on: lluc but R itl NOT
the corrocl >xplonation of A
c. A is true but R is false
d. 1\ f.tlse hut R i1 truc
Asst'rtion "M'e precession of the axis
of roL11jon of a shaft cau.es gyroscopic
1-eoctlon couple to act on Ute frame to
which U1c bcming.. are ft!<ed.
RcnSIHl (R)! Tite re;tcl ion of tho sba fl on
be.1rlns equol 1111d oppoile to the
;,cti<m of the bearing on the sha11
a. Holh A & ){ on: true & R is the correc-t
explanation of A
b. Both. A und R ""' true but R is NO'r
tho corr<>et e;>( pfanalioo of A
c. A is true but R is false
<l A l'alse but R is true
4(). Assertion (A): A dynamically halanced
system of multipl" rotor. on o i hnfl .:;m
rotate smoothly olthe critical speeds of the
system.
RMson (R): Dynamic b:tlancing
eliminateS all the unbalanced threes and
l'nun tho ltY$1cm.
a. 130UI A & R are true & R is tl1e corruct
explanation of A
b. Both. 1\ and R ore IJuc l>ut R iS NOT
the eorre.:t of t\
c. .\ is llue but R is false
d. A is but R io true
-17. Asli<'r tion (A): Wbon n pair of spur fl,U<U'S
of the >omo material is in mesh. the design
is based ou pinion.
llenson (R): For a pair of gears of the
""me mtcriol in mesh. the strength
fnotor of lh<> pinion ;, lc"" thou thnt or U1e
&er
a. Both A & R nrc !me & R is tl1e correc-t
e.xplonalion of A
b. Both. A and R ;rrc llue but R is NOT
U1e correct ""planation of A
c. A is true hut R fl1e
d. A is false but R is lrne
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t\ SS<'I'tion (A); roller bearings are
sensitive to the tightening between inner
4tnd outer rnccs.
Re.'ISOn (R): Tapen:d roller be<1tingN are
always provided wiU1 adjusting nut for
tightening.
" Doth i\ & R ore true: & R is Otc
of A
b Both, A and R are true but R is Nt )'I
the corred explanation of A
c. A is true bul R
cl. 1\ is f lse bnt R is tnte
Assertion (A); Mohr's circle of stress can
he related to Mohr'3 of slnlin by
some cOJUlllnt of proportionality.
llte reltionsltip i..! u function
of yield <trcs. of the
IL Both A & R are true & R is the corroct
explanation of A
b Both A nnd R are trve httl R is i'IOT
the corred" explanation 111' A
c. A is true but R false
d. A is fa lse but R true
A.'<SertiQn (A); lf thll" bending moment
di11gram is a rectangle. it indicates tht Ute
boam is load<>d by ,, uniformly
moment all olong the length.
Rcoson (R); Titc Bl'<ID rcprO!!cnt;ltion
of internal in the beam and not the
mumcnt applied c)n
llolh A&. Rare true&. R is the correct
..xplaualion of A
h. BoU. A aod .R. an: true bUl R i NOT
Ute contct oxplartation of A
c_ A is lmc but R i. fahe
d. 1\;, l'al<c hut R is hue
Assertion (A): Titer te!lt is a c$low.
expensive metltod of lite
mechanical propertia of materia ll .
RciLSOil (R'); Tite hardness function of
yield stress and the work hardm ing rate of

a. Both A & R :ore true &. R is the correct
"'"planation of A
IJ. Both A and R are true hut R t' NOT
the cxplatatiun CJ f A
c. A ;, truo but R is false
d.
(A): Neg;ttie rak is usuall y
ptovidcd on c.'lrbidc Lipl"'d took
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(R): tools arc weaker in
compression.
a. BoUt A & R are true & R is the correct
explntMtion of A
b. 13ntlt. A and R ore tJue hut R is NO'r
Ute corrc:ct Clllt planation of A
c. A is true but R is false
d. A is false bur R is true
As.scrllon ( ,.\); Slender .sh<Lf'l< are tumcd
with roob n llJiro:tcb cyf
Q().
Roason (R): Sm>ll ang.le,
however. in
component of lbr'Ce which tmds to
scparak the from th<> tool thus promoting

a. BoUt A & R oro truu & R is the con"CN
of A
b. Hoth. A ""d R "'e true but R " NU'[
tlte explanation of A
c. A i hut R. ts false
d. A is hut R i true
(A); Vlrhwlly ull modem
millinQ are capable <:>f doing
dow 11-m ill ins.
Rea><m {Rl: ln down-milling u,., ... 'Uttor
lends to push tho work along nod lift it
upward 1Tom the lnble, This oct ion lends lo
eliminate :my 111 looseness in the
leed cn:w ond nut of the ntilling maehinc
l.1bla :md, .results in smooth cut.
" A & R arc !roo & R i lhe currccl
nf A
b. Both. A and R ""' true but R is NOT
the correct ur A
c. A is tnte bur R is
d. A is raise but R 15 true
Assertiun (A): In ECM, 01e shape nf the
cavity is lbe mirror image of tlte h>n l, hut
wtlike EDM.Iho tool wenr ini!CI\11s le$s,
Reason (R): The tool in ECM ;, a
cathode.
a. Bo01 A & R arc true & R;, the cum:cl
explnnntion of A
b. Both. A and R arc true but R ,. N0'l
the correct explanation of A
c. A lnle but R is false
d, i\ is f:tlse hut R is true
AsS<'rlion (A): In C'O, casting process. the
moule. or cure alta ins maximum strength.
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Renson (R): The tlptimum time nf
CO: through the mouk or C<lfc fimns
Gel which impans sutlicicnl
strcogtb lo the mould or con:.
a. Omh A & R are true & R is the OOm.'CI
"xplanul i1m or II
b. Omh. II ond R are tnJe but R is NOT
COm.'Cl CX1Jianati<)n l)f II
c. A is tn1c but R is false
d. II is fal:;e but R is tn<e
57. Asseninn (A): .loh inae:lSCS
the job satisfaction of the employee.
(R): The jobs or wirenmn nnJ
lineman d11ing indoor nncl uutd1111r \vl.rks
can be intej!nued for belter
results.
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a. Ooth A & R arc true & R is I he corn:ct
of A
h. Bmh. A nnd R nrc tnw h111 R i NO I'
the correct cxplnnation or A
c. A is true but R is false
J. 1\ is false but R is tn.1c
Assertion (1\ ): d1>u1ge in critical p:Uh
required r.lcheduling in a PI1RT netwutk.
Reason (R): Some of the activities cannot
be completed in time due to uncxpcacd
hrenkdown of cquiptrtenL< or 1100
availabi lily of mw mmcriuls.
a. lloth A & It ore true & R is the COI't'CCt
explanation oC A
h llnth. II and R an: tme bul R 1110'1'
I he wrrecl explanation ol' A
c. A is but R is falre
d. A is false but R is true
Assertion (A): Function Slutements lo a
prugrJm Is given in terms or

Rt.ustlu ( R): f'uttction in u
FOR fRAN progmm cun b<. shur.:d hy two
subroutines in u progrnm.
u_ Both A & R are true & R is the corrccl
cxplanlllion or A
b. flot h. A and R are true but R is NOT
the c.:l.' rrcct cxplanution1>1' /1
c:. II is true but R is false
(l A is fuiS<: hut R is tn1e
When will be the output 11f A and B
for the chllfl given?
r. I.
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K 11 111

I I
I X X ll
I,V
A A+ B
l
I X . A J
8 .- A- 8
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IV -8+
A A - 8
(9.
a. tA * 0), X
b. A.E
c. 0./\
d. X,Y
Consider the following stalcments lor
cumplctcly balancing a single rotating
ltiUS!i:
I. Another rotating placu<l
diametrical ly opposite in Ute same
plane balances the unballUlced mass.
1. Anmhcr rotaling mas> phtcell
diumetrically oppnsite in u parnlkl
plane tlulanc.:s the unbalanced muss.
3. l'wo mnsses placed ln two dilli:rent
parallel the Ullbalanccd
mass.
Which Ill' >tlttemenLS isl<n'-'

3. I onl)
b. I and 2
c, 2 and 3
d. I and 3
Consider the fol lowing statements in case
of gear trai n:
1. l'hd direction of rotution or tlw first
and 1he lost g<!ar the. same.
2_ dircctivn <Jf rotwion of tlw li rs1
;md dtc lnst gc.nr is opposhe.
3. The lirst and the last geaf'!' ore o the
shu!\,
4. The til'S! and dJe last gears are on
scpantt<: hut co-nxial shuf\s,
Which of tbese stolclllents islun: correct'!
a. l and.>
b. 2 and 3
c, 2and4
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65.
66.
d. 4 olone
TI1e dyn .. mUc 'oad on n gco_r is due to
1. hloc'<:UJ'llcics of tootb spacing
2. Im:g.ulntitios in toolh
3. of Lhc teeth under lood
4. TyPe of scnticc ( i.e.. [ntormiUcnL One
per day, contiouou per tlay).
\Vbicb of the above s taluruents are
.. 12 and 3
b. 2,3 and 4
c. l,3 and 4
d. 1.2 aud 4
Consider tbefotlowmg statements:
/\ 200 stub tooth is gcner-JIIy
preti:rrod in gcors u. it in
l. Slrong<rr llleth
2.. LCS$"' number ofloolb ou U1e 11inion
3. L"'s"' changes of utface lol igue
fuilurc
4. R<'<luetion of intcrtooence
Wltic.h of lbc nbow stat<.:ments oorn;cl'?
" 1.2 und 4
h. 3 and 4
1 itnd3
d. 1. 2.-'ud4
Consider the following statements;
..tre.s 1s induced in a-component
in genc.'1"!11
1
whun
I. A temperature grndielll exillb in th"
compo.nont
2. 11tc is from any
res IJ'3 in 1
3. It is restrained W cxpa.nd or coniJ'act
freely
Which of the above statements are coiTilct'l
"" I and 2
b. 2 and 3
c. 3 lone
d. '2
Consider lha foUo'' in!l in case

l. Role of of shc:u- force U. equ.1l
to the rate of food ing al a particular
section
2. Rate of chul\&e nf hending moment l
.:4uolto ihe frn:ce a1 " particular

61.
68.
69.
., " ' 16
J. Maximum she:t fiJrcu tn n bea-m
occurs ut a point where benlling
moment i$ cithe1 ur bending
moment changes sign
Which of .U11:. nbov. slatcmonl are
cnrrect'l
a, I alone
b. 2 alone
C. l011d 2
d. l.2 nnd3
Which of tho foUowing nr-.: fobricatcd
usin.g engineering plast.ics?
1. Su1-f.1cc 1>l>lc
2. Goats
:-. Guide ways for machine
4. foundry pallcrus
Select the oorrcct aru!\11<-1' U!ling tltc C<>dc:s
givt:u hclow:
il. L 2 nnd 3
b. 1
2, 3 aml-1-
d. L 2.. 3.nd 4
C'oll.!iidtT the follo" ing
Pol ytetralluUI'<I"tl'""" is
I. r\ tl1ermoplnsuc
2 tlaving bigh friction coefficient
3. A thermosetting m<tterial
4. low friction coelllcient
5 An eleciJ'ic insulntor
6. Non ;.1 icking to
Which of the nbo\'c staten11ml are com:ct?

1.2 und 5
b. 2,3 ond 6
c. J. 4 and 5
d. 3. 2 and 5
Wlticlo of tlte following fibre mtcrials wc
used for rcioforce:1nent in composite
materials;
I. (ll,,,s
2. Boron cnrhide
:;, Grnpltile
Select the corl"el.:t answer using the codes
l!iven below
a, lnnd 2
b. I and 3
c.. 1 ond 3
d. l, 2 and 3
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71.
7.!.
73.
Consider the following
Tire strength of a single poim cutting lool
depends upon
I. Rake angle
2. Clearance angle
3. Lip nngle
Which of these stalemems arc correct?
a, I and 3
b. 2 and 3
c. I and 2
d. 1.2 and 3
Which of the following m:ueriaJs urc used
in grinding wlurol,;?
I. Aluminium oxide
1. Cubic boron nitride
3. Silicon carbide
Select the correct an!:>wer using the codes
given below:
a, 1, 2and 3
b. I andl
c. 2 and 3
d. I and 3
Consider the following statements related
to piercing nnd blanl,.ing:
1. Shear on the punch reduces the
maximum curling force
2. Shear increBSCs the capacity ql' the
press. needed
Shear increases the life of the punch
-1. The total energy needed to make the
cut remains unaltcn:d due to provision
of shear
Which of these <talemcnts arc correct'/
a. I and 2
b. I and.\
c. 2 and 3
d. 3 and -1
CoosideJ tbe (followiJg steps inv;)lved in
hammer forg1ng a connecting rod from bar

1. Blocking
2. Trimming
3. Finishing
4. Fullcring
5. Edging
Which of the following is the cor.rect
sequence of operations'?
74.
75.
76.
!Unt il>
a. I, 4. 3, 2 and 5
b. 4, 5, 1.3 and 2
c. 5, 4. 3, 2 mtd I
d. 5, I, -t and 3
rbe graph shows the results of various
quality levels lor a component
)0'-

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L.l\ltl of Q\IO:IIOf)l
Consider the li1llowing statements:
1. Curve A shows U1e variation of value
Qf component
2. Curve B shows the variation of cost of
the component
3. Graph Is called as tish bone diagram
4. Tho prol\.>rrocl level of is given
by lineCC
5. The prclerrcd level of qual it) is given
by line OD
Which of the above statements are correct:'
a. 1.2and5
b. I. 3 and -1
c, 2. 3 and 4
d. I, laod 4
rhe primal of a LP problem is
maximization ot' objective 1\tnction with 6
variables w1d 2 constJaints.
Which of the l'ollmving correspond to the
dual oft he problem staled'/
1. 11 ha. 2 l\Jld 6
2. 11 has 6 variables and 2 constraims.
3. Maximi:?.ation of objective function,
4. Minimization of objective litnction.
Select the c<>rrect answer using the codes
given below:
a. lwld3
b. I :md -1
c. 2 and 3
d. land 4
Consider the tbllowing statements
regarding ltpdating of U1c network:
1. flor short duration project. upda11ng is
done frequently
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78.
1. For llltlle duration fJ'C(tUency
of updating is as !he project
is C()mplctiun
3. IJpdatingls caused by owrestimuced or
utJdercstiruatud timts of nc.tivilics
-t Th<' oulbrck of nai.Urlll lmity
updllting
\Vhicb oftbo obove llltCDlotll!> :rre <:on1Jd?
a. 1, 2 and 3
b. 2.3 and 4.
c. J, 3and4
d. 1. 2ond4
1\lntch Llst 1 wltlt 11 and select til<>
cortc..-ct answer:
List l (Kin<matk pairs)
A. Slid pair
D. Revolute pair
C. Rolli\!!. pair
D. Spbedcalp;ur
List II
I. A road roller rolling over U1e ground
2. Crank haft in ,, jnurna.l io1 an
ertgine
3. Ball and socket joint
4. and cylinder
5. t-fut and screw
A H t'
[)
2 4 3
b
<I 3 I 2
c. s 3 2
d. 4 '2 I '
'
1\lncch List [ with
correc.t cmswer.
List n and select
Lit f (Me<:hanism)
A. Hnrt mechnni<m
B. Panrogrnph
C. Whitworth onechani<m
D. Scotch yoke
List lJ (Motion)
I. Quicl. return motion
2.. Copying mcdwni m
3. Exoct straight line motion
.J.. Si!OJ)(" hannonlc motiou
5. Approxiuonlc motion
A 8 C D
a. 5 J 2 3
h. 3 2 .j.
!he
79.
80.
81.
11 or 16
c. 5 2 3
d. 3 1 2 4
Match List wiUo List If nnd sclccl
correct an.f.Jwer:
l.ist r (C'nnn.,.-ting haft')
A, In pe.o1\>ct olignment
B. With angnlnr misoligmnenol>f to
C. Sbnfu with pnrollcl misaliJ!llmomt
the
D. one of (he shoils m>y undergo
more detlection with o-especl to the
other
List II (Couplings)
1. Oldham CC)Upling
2. Rigid coupling
I.Tnivmal joint
4. Pin type fl exible coupling
i\ B C D

b.

d.
2
4
2

3
J
1
3
1
l
3
4
2
4
2
J\llllcb List 1 wiUt List U and select tbc
correct ans\ler:
List I (llouJiJg)
A. Hydrodynamic Journal bearing
B. RdoLJJnguloJ' Uydro;;uotia bcuring
C. Taper RoUer bearing
D. Angular conlact ball hc:oo lng
List II ( Load ty p<')
1. High thnllltload CoiJlbinc:d
2. Rodtal load only
3. Thmst Load only
4. Medium to

A 8 C D
a.
b.
d.
2
4
2
4
3
I
I
3
3
3
4
2
4
2
Molah List I with Lit U ond !hct
C.Ofl'eCl \IOS\\--et:
.List I (l, oadl'd bar)
A. Cl bar subject to lens ion
B. Cl bar under 10fS1()n
C. MS bar u.nder to111ion
D. MS bor nuder I ion
List l1 ( fyp<' or fracture)
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I. Cup
:!. Granulm helicoidall)'
3. Granular plain perpendicular lo axis
4. Srntloth plain pcrpendicullll' to axis
5. Grantrlar plain at 45" to ll.\;S
A a c 0
a. 3 2 4
I
b. 5 I 3 2
c. 3 I 4 2
d. 5 2 3 I
82. The inMantancot centre of mtation of n
rigid thin disc rolling without slip on a
plane rigid surface is located a1
a. The centre of the disc
b. An distw1cc pcrpeudlcular to
Uw plane surf:ce
c. The point of contact
d. The point un the citcumfct'Moe
situated ''"11ically opposite to the
contact point
83. The choice of displacement diagram
during or return of a follower of a
mechanism is on
dynamic considerations. For high speed
cam follower mechanism. the most
suitable displacement for the follower is
a. Cycloidal motion
b. Simple harm(lnlc motion
c, Parabolic or unifor1n acce1eration
motio11
d. Uniform ml)tioh or constant velocity
motion
84. A linkage is shown below in the f1gure in
which links ABC and. DEF an:: temary
links whcrea:; A F. 81:. pod Cl) arc binary
links.
85.
:::(:
f'Lie degrees of freedom of !he linkage
when li n!; ABC is fi'cd ru"
a. 0
b. J
c.. 2
d. 3
The crank and stoned lever qui<.>k-t-etum
motion mechanism is shown in figure. The
12 OJ II>
length of li11kS 0
1
o,. o,c and 0
1
A are 10
em. 20 cm1md 5 ern respectively.
"
Q, 'I

Q,
c
The qnick retum rmio of the mechanism is
a. 3.0
b. 2,75
c. 2.5
d. 2.0
86. Tbc radius of U1e lficlion circle in a joumal
be-aring is dcpenderu on roetlitieot of
fric1ion and the
a. Angular velocity of the journal
h. Radius of U1e journal
c. Magnitudes of the fomc:s on the
joumal,
d. Journal and bearing clearance
87. In a collar U1nrst bearing, the mrmher of
collars have IJC<!n doubled Wh ilc
mainlaining lo efficient of friction nod
axial thrust same. It will result in
a. Same friction rorque and bearing
pm<sure
b. Double friction torque and half bearing
rressure
.:. Double friction torque and same
beaoi ng pressur-e
d. Same fliction torque and half bearing
l)reSSIII'e
88. If the rotating mass of a rim type ny wheel
is distributed on nnqthcr rim fly wheel
whose mean radius is half the mean radius
of the former. then energy stored in 1he
lancr at the same speed will be
8tJ.
a. Four the first one
b. Same :rs the II rst one
c. of the llrst one
d. '1\ vo times the lirst one
The nanre of the governors is shuwn by
the graph be1wecn radius (r) of rota1ion
and controlli ng (F). Which of the
following is ru1 isochronous governor'!
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91.
92.
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c.
d.
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In a llarmell govemor. the mass of each
ball is 2.5 kg. Maximum and minimum
spceds t>rmrarion nrc 10 rocVs and 8 rndts
respecti \1ely. Maximum and minimum
radii of I'Oiation are 10 em rud 14 em
respectively. The lc.ngtl>s of ll(lrizontal and
vertical ams of bell crrulk. levers ure I 0
em and 20 om
obliquity and gmvitati(lnal em:cts, the. Iff\
ofrhe is
a, I.S em
b. 3.0cm
c. o.U om
d. 12.0 em
A. rod of (miform diameter is suspended
from one of its ends in vertical plane. The
mass of the rod is m' and length t the
rnuurnl frequency of !his rod in Hz for
small amplhude ts
a. 112 rr ,Jii7
b. I/ '2,TJg ! 31
c. l / 2;r J 2g 13/
d. l / 2rr J3g 121
The mass momem of of the two
rotors in a two rotor system are I 00 kg m
1
a11d 10 kg m
1
The length of rite shafl of
uni liJrm diameter between the rotors is II 0
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
13 ol to
em. The distance of node from 1he rotor nl'
lower moment ofineni'a is
a, 80cm
b. 90cm
c. 100 c.m
d. II 0 <.:Ill
II shaft of 50 mm diameter and I m length
carries a disc wbich has mass eccentrici1)'
equal to 190 microus. The displacement of
shaft m \vhich is of
critical speed in microns is
a. 810
b. 900
c. 800
d. 820
An epicyclic g=- train has 3 A, [l
and C. A is an Input shnl'l nmning at lOCI
rpm clockwise. 13 is an output shaft
running at 250 rpm clockwise. Torque ou
A is 50 kNm (clocl<wiso). C is a fixed
shaf\. The t(lrquc to fi,x C
a. Is 20 kNm anticlock,llise
b. Is 30 kN m anticlockwise
c. Is 30 kNm clockwise
d. Cannot be determined as the dam is
lnsufficiem
Which of the lollowing is a closed-loop
control system?
a. Traffic comrol on the roads by lights
whore the timing mechanism is prt'Sent
irrespective llf the intensity of traf'tic
b. Switt'hing off the street llghts of a
row or 01 a predetermine time b) a
s\Vitch irreSJl"Ctive of rhc fnct that the
stm rises at a different time eac.h day.
c.. Switching ofT an electric heater by a
Lime-switch Irrespective the.
has prepared or not
d. Human body
A screw jack is said to be self-locking if its
efficiency is
a. Less than 500/o
b. Equal to 50%
c, More thun 5001.
d. 100%.
If P is the pltch or a square thread. rhen the
depth of thread d is glven by
a 0,5 P
b. p
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c I 5 P
d. 201'
98. The ann of a rnd.al dnlling machine
being miS<:d nt n reed of J. 9 m min by
smgle smn square thread' of 6 mm pitch
and 30 mm diameter, The speed of the
screw
a Is 650 rpm
b. Is 180 rpm
c. Is 130 rpm
d. Cannot be deterru ned as the data ts
lllSUffiCICIII
'l<> A. Cllll<..'f joint is used wheu uu tCimiw
moton IS permtttt:d the rods
jooned by I he coll<r. ll IS en pal:> I< of
tr.msmining
a Twisting momem
b Ari axial tens1le as well n. compressive
load
c. The bending mome111
d Only compresstve
I 00 ln a fillet welded JOint, the weakest area of
tho wd IS
a Too
b. Root
c. Tbront
d. Foce
I 0 I 'I he power transmuted by a belt os
dependent on the tcntrifugnl '" tho
belt nutxmum power cnn be
tronsmiued when the centrif"Ugaltcnsinn is
a. I 3 of 1cnsiun (T
1
) on the tight side
b 113 of total tension r r,) on lhe tight
Slde
C JIJ of ICIISIOII (T! ) on the slack $ide
d 113 of sum of tensions T
1
and T; i e
113(T,- T1)
I 02 The length of the belt in the case of 11
cross-belt drive Is gi\Cil 111tenns orecntre
disumce between pulleys dio.mc1ers or
the pulleys D 1111d d as
a 1C +_:::(D-+d) + (LJ .;- d)'
2 4t'
h 1C f!.(JJ - tl) + (/J+d)J
2 4('
' ;r. (L ' ) ( f) d)'
C. _I_+- C>-+u +
2
14uf lo
d 2('+.:::(11-<i ) +(JJ-d)'
2 4( .
103 A shaft can su.fely transrnn llO kW whole
rowung ul a gtvcn If thrs shan IS
roplac.."<< h) a shan of dhunu1cr double or
the pr<v1ous one and rotated oi half the
speed of the pre,ious, the power that Clln
be. transrmtted by the oew shaft s
the 1)0\'llf thru. can be tr:lll-'mitled
by oe" shali
a. 90
b. kW
c. 360 kW
d 720 kW
liM. A roller steel shan IS designcil on the
ufmoximum 'hl!nr strcs' thC()ry. The
principal induced ot its critical
section are 60 Md -60 MPn
lrthc )ield stress for the shal1
material 360 MPa, the facmr of safety of
design
a 2
b J
c. 4
d 6
lOS An c.:ccmrically loaded nvclcd joint IS
show11 w11b 4 tlvcls at I' Q Rand S. ,
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Which of the rivct.' an: tltc 1M' I lo.1ded'l
1t. Rand Q
b. OundR
c. Rand S
d S tmclP
I tl(l The ill a ngid nang<-d wupl ing
connecting 1wo shats tr.msminmg po\,er
nre subjected to
a Shear force and mnmem
b A siaJ force
c Ton;ion and bending moment
d Ton;ion
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I 07. When a helical compression sprht is em
into two equal l111lves. the sril'fness of each
resuhl ng springs wil l be
a. Unahered
b. Double
c. One-hal t'
d. One- tounh
I 08. While calculating stress induced in a
closed coil helical spring. Wahl's
must be considered to account for
a, '11tc curvature and stress concon\falion
cncct
b. Shock loading
c. Poor Sl.!rYicc conditions
d. Fati!!ue loading
I 09. A straight bar is fixed at edges A and B. IL
elastic tuO<l ulus is E and is
J\ , ll1cre is u load f' = 120 N ucting at C.
Determine the react ions at the ends.
'[ ; '"' J'
I Zl
o. 60 N at A. 60 N at U
h. 30 Nat A. 90 Nat B
c. 40 N au\, 80N ut B
d. 80 N at A. 4() N at B
11 0 For a given nwterlal. the modulus of
rigidity is I 00 G Pa and Poisson s ratio is
0.25. nte V3lue uf elasticity in
GPa is
a. 12.5
b. 15.(1
c. 20.0
d. 25.0
I I I. A rigid beam of negligible weight i s
supported in 3 horizontal positk' n by two
rods of steel and al uminium. 1 m and I m
long bavin,p values o( cross -
areas I em- nnd 1 em' and E of 20(1 GPa
and I 00 GPa respectively. A lood P is
applied shown in the 11gure
l m
-....
15of lo
If the rigid beam is to remain horizontal
then
a. The forces 011 both sides be
equal
b. The furee on aluminium rod should be
twice Lhc lbrcc. on
c. The force on the Sleet rod should be
!\ice the force on aluminium
d. The Ioree P muSt be applied al lhc
cen1re of the beam
I 12. A shaft is sUbjected to torsion as shown.
113.
{ CJ
Which of the tollnwing tigtrrcs represents
the shear stress on the elemenl
LMNOPQRS?
a.
b.
c.
d.

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. -
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A camflcver is loaded by a concentrated
load P at the free e.nd as shown. The shear
stress in the clcmentl.MNOI'QRS is under
consid<mlion. Which of lh<. following
ligures represents tho shear stress
directions in the
a.
b.
c.
d.
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L:iJ;Y
l. ,.,
11 4. 1\ tbin cylindet C)l'r;dius r and thickness I
when subjected to an internal hydrostatic
pressure P causes a radial dlsplncemeot 11.
then the tnngcmial strain cause<l is
115.
a, du/dr
b. I !1-. du/dr
c. u/r
d. 2ulr

l=l
I
p
1
21
I,
I = 375 '
to+ m'
I : 0.5 m
E = ::!00 GPo
Determine the sli iTness of U1e beam shown
in I he above ligurt
a. 12 I0
111
Nim
b. 1(1 IO'" Ninl
<. 4 >. I ()
10
Nlm
d. g , J()'" Nim
11 Straiu energy stored in a body of volwue
V l.n unH1mn stress s i$
16 ol lo
(\, sE I V
b. sE
2
1 V
c. sY
2
/ E
d. t l E
117. A thick opeu ended cylinder as showu iu
figure, Lo; made of a mnt<!riul with
pennisslblc normal and shear stresses 2()(1
MPa and. I 00 Ml respectively. llle ratio
<.If permissible pressure on the
nc.umnl and shear stress is.
a. l i S
b. 8 15
c. 7 I 5
d. 4 15
118. r. 1'.1'. diagram indicates time >Uid
U'nnsformation uf
a. Ccmcntitc
b. Pearlite
c. Ferrite-
d.
II 'J. The correct composition of dUSicnitic
stt-cJ used for ULcnsils -is
a. 0.08% C, 18% Cr. 8% Ni. 2% Mn. 1%
Si
b. 0.08% C, Cr. 11% Ni. 1% Mn.
I o/o Sl
c... 0. 15% C. 12
1
Yu Cr. O.soto Ni. 1% M.tt
1% S1
d. 0.30% C. 12% Cr. 0.4% Ni. 1% Mn.
l%Si
12(). Which one or the lollowing is lruc'l
a. Structure of materials consists
of 11toms having valence of 5. (i or 7
b. Ceramic mareriaJs hove long range
electron motrix bond
c. Polymers are composed of long chain
of mok-culcs
d. Ceramics nrc weaker lhan mctills
bt-cause of weak electrostatic bond