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I MECHANICAL ENGINEERING J

PAPERII
A nll"l1 lllcility has to be designed to Jo ull
the welding for 3 products: A. B and C.
Per umt \\ elding time for each product s
2() s. s and :50 s respecu vely Daily
demand forecast for product A ts 450. for
B is 3(>() and for C is 240. A welding line
can operate efficiently for 220 minutes a
day Number of welding lines required s
a. 5
b 4
c. 3
d 2
2. Consider the followmg statements
Comrol chart for vanables provides the
3.
I basic 1 ariability ot the quali ty
characteristic.
2 of perfonnance.
3 number of products falling outside the
tolerrutce limits.
Which of these statements are correct'!
a. 1. 2and3
b land2
c. 2and3
d land3
Nlatch List I wlth List n and select the
correct answer.
Lis t I (OR le.,hnique)
A Branch and Bound tedlmque
B. EXpected >:tlue 3pproac-h
C SmooUling and Le1ell ing
0 Exponential distributlon
Ust IJ (Model)
I. PERT and CPM
2. Integer programmms
3. Queuing theol)
Decision theo"
a
b,
c.
d
A
2
2
3
3
B
4
4
c
4
D
3
3
2
2

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Match List I 11 ith List II and the
correc1 ans\\ er :
Listl
A. Decision m3king under complete
certamty
B DecisiOn making under risk
c. Decision mal..ing under complete
uncertain!)
D. Decision mal.i:ng bllSed on expert
opinion
Lis t ll
I. Delphi upproach
2 Maxirna.x criterion
3. Transportauoo model
4. Decision tree
A B c D
a. J l
b. 4 3 2
C, 3 4 2
d 3 l 2
During manufacture of cemenL the
handling of limestone is done by
a. beU conveyor
b. bucket COlli eyor
c. o1erllead crane
d. fork-lifl crane
Constder the tollo" ing statements
regnrdjng linear programming:
I of a dual is the primal
2 When two nlinimum mtios of tlte right-
hand side to the coel'ficienl in the key
column nre equal. degenemcy rna}
place.
3. When an arti fi cial variable leaves tltc
basis, its C<1lumn can be deleted from
he subsequent Simplex tables.
Select the correct answer from lhe codes
gi1en
a. I. 2 and 3
b. I rutd 2
c. 2and3
d. I and 3
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b iX<'Iilllll<1 w f.Jr d1ol
pmi\Oilllf <lml pt.; d1ol II(
lh<111.1illl)
broi.mtr,..'t IIIIX of lilt
C\1111
d di!IOSI - b ,.

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Ill< ci.f<ded of
lilt Jlllllecl 1\
L ib)s
b. l7
t .lO<h)S
d. nldckrmlllilllk
9. u llL\ltb In:
to !It ,\.'1.\'lllllllM 10 flilllOII
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mirun..1 Ollt llf!11:oillfld he
'[b( a pbooc cull l!sumN 111 !'(
dt<Uibot<li or ;
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lrmlllt oil lilt 1\lo.odltll lalt IAl 1>
L 110
b. 10
c ''341
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10.
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for dt< llol!dt:tn. if Input X J.
lbc:n dtt pnnud ofS!:Ilt>
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d. J6j
II II lilt flliW.Iig
.. Tlt<rt>lip' llllDD !IIIII)
I Lt101oodlblr&U)

). Sci!
I Rod>
'ida.1 dtt Cllmll110;17 Ulllllhr cx.l<$
p>Cllld< ..
L I Midi
1..1!
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d
Me of !he combin.'l!illll!
is 111id IN rnld111.114)
lltiChmc llld sktllcd
l:dxlur
h (j,'fllrl Pllrfl'l>t madtmc and
un>ltlkd Ltoo111
c. puljlil!t ll!l<lunc aoo
Sl'fllllliiiiJ blxtur
d rlllll"'t noo skilltd
l:tboor
1l I i1lt uY II and llic
cM.., W""fr
l &tl
'1. oc '"'
B. IO()l
C. ,uif<iu.,
0 ll.nal ant
l l!lll
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A 8 C ll
a I l J
b I J ! i
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d J 2
11 lnlj'lltrhi11J! of
rl;oom> & fOIIO\II is
a. 1hc di\IQidl a( finished !IJ<XIs 11n Mkr
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b. 01e movement of in-proces material
from $hOp to shop
c. ;outhorising prnduc(ion work order to
b" launcbed
tL 01c of bills and invoice to II"'
custom en
lVlatch List l wiU1 List U and select lhu
correct answer.
I (Charts)
A. Standard process Sheet
B. Multiple activity chart
C. Ri&hl and len hnnd nperntion chnrt
IJ. Sl)\.f(Jch:nt
l, ist 11 (Operat ions/Informations)
1. Op..-rntlon involving assembl_y 11ntl
inspection witltouL mDchinc
2... Opa.tjons involving the cumhinntion
of men nnd machines
3. \Vork measurtm\.!nt
-4. Basic inJj>ml:ttion li"' routing
Therhligs
A B C D
a. 4 3 2
h. 2 4 s
c. 3 4 2
d 4 2 l s
If CL :mglc t>r the cutting I<><> I, +
is the shear 31111le nd V IJ1e cutting
velocity. fucn Ute velocity of oltip sltdrng
along the $he<>r plllne is given by
J' cos a
n.
"''*! -
b.
fl sin a

reo< a

sin( - a )
tL
!'sin a
sin( - a)
Match t.l" l '' ith List II und select the
\!Qrrttt
List l (Cutting Tools)
1\. Trcpn.n.ing tool
B. Side milling
C. Hob cuuer
D. Abrasi,e sticks
List D (Appltcalions)
L f-or surfilce finishing by honing
2 for machining gears

19.
20.
21.
3, For cutthtg in sho!U
4. For drilling large di>metcr holes
A B C D
a. 1 3 2 4
b. 2
l 2 J 4
d. 2 3
Dry and compressed i< ud os culling
fluid for machining
a. steel
b. aluminium
c. cast irun
d. bras.
For uf brnss with sing.le-puml
culling tool on a lathe. lnol should have
a. Ncgotivc rllke angle
b. pooitive ngle
c. zero mkc angle
d. zcrn side relief :1nglc
Power consumption m mct..1J cutting is
m>inly due to
a. tangential component of the foNe
b. longirudinl COI111l0nc>nt nftle for<:
c, normal component of the force
d. fric.tion at tle metnl-loot interface
In a shaper machine. the mechani.m for
tool fe.:d is
. Geneva mecbnisro
b. Wbitwortlt mcch>ni>m
c. Ratchet and P.JWI rnc.:banism
d. W J!dLC<Inrd sygtcm
22 1-l.llt.c:b List l wiU1 List U and soloct TI1c
correel
List l (Components)
A. Car h<>d)' (mc:t!ll)
B. Clutch lining
C. Gears
D. Engine block
11 (
1. Machining
?.. Casting
3. Sheetmetal pressing
4. powder meln llurgy
" a c u
a. 3
b. 4
c. 4
d. 3
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25.
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28.
:,<(1,
The mrkins on o grinding wheel lt '51 A
36' I. 5 V 93'. 'll1e. code 36' represents
the
a. SuuciUre
b. Grade
.:. Goin olzc
cl Mo.uufactutcn8 ubtnher
ln tbc forging opeoation. fulleling is doue
to
u,. oul the. material
b. hond lho mnteril
c. upset Lhe mnlcrial
d. ex1rude Ute molena!
TI1e main purpose of i
o. tu ensure directional solidiiicolion
b. lo provide effteient venting
c, for nligJliO!llhe mold bn."<.,..
d. 111 suppon the
Scrab is o
n, sand costing defect
b maching defect
c. welding defecl
d. forging def<;ct
Sr eciftc cutting"""'')' is more in grinding
eompnred to turning bC\:aUSi:
n. grind in.!! (cutting) spec:<l is
b. U1e wheel bas multiple edges
(grains )
plougl1ing i igniJi ennt due to
small chip size
cl. grinding wheel undergoes continuous
we.v
Tbo moxilnum I"''" in welding
i Lthc
n. tip of the poitivc clwtrotk
b. tjp of the nc!'nlivc clccll oclc
o, top noiocc of Ute pLttc >l th<> time of
electric contact with th" ele<>trode
d. intertilce between two plates being
j oined
A.l'c. blow is more common in
"- o.c. welding
b. d.c. welding with straight pol>rity
c. d.c. welding with '"" "electrodes
tl. :o.c:.. welding wiU1 bare electrodes
l>inuh eJJ'ect iu welding tho rosuU of
a. of gMes in the are
b. eleelrotu>gnetic fcwees
"' ci<'C!ric Jbrce
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35.
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d. oflhe molten I
In monunl nrc weldine. the eqllipmenl
have dmoping characteri<lic:s in
OJ'd..:-r lo maintain
o. voting<> cons tanl when ore lcngUo
chonges
h. currcul oonstnnl when nrc length
changes
c, temper;,ture in the ;rn:. t.:()nstnnt
d. weld pool redhol
In arc 11elding, de. re1erse polarity is used
lo !>car greater advnnlllgc in
a. overhead welding
b. nat wcldinjl. of lop joint<
c. edge welding
d. flat \\ cldiugofbultjoir.tl
Wbicb of the foUowiug nsswnptious
COITCCL for cold rolling?
1. The material is plastic,
2. The .If\! uf c()nlncl is uit'cul:u with :a
racli\t< greater 1han the radio" nf 1he
miL
-' Coefficient of friction is contact over
tlto o<c of contnct nd 10 one
direction throughout Ute :tre of contncL
Select Ute cnn-ect the co(!""
given belcJ\V'
a. I and 2
b. I and .3
c. 2 and 3
d. I, 2 an<l 3
A strip is lo be rolled from lltidrness of
30 mm to 15 rnm u.sh1g a two-blgh mlU
having rolls of dinmclct :100 mm. Titc
coetlicient of liiction for unaided bile
should nearly he
3, 0.35
b. 0.5
c.. 0.25
d. OJJ7
Wbiclt of the foUowing stalomcnL' ore the
salient footurcs of o:dt\lsion?
1. I! c.s >llilablc J'ur soil and ductile
material.
2. It is ; uitable for high-s trength super
alloys
3. The hillel inscrlod into the cxlmsion
chnmhcr and pressure l< applied by o
ram to cxln1de U1c hnlllll through the
clie,
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40.

Tile billet is inserted into lite
c.hnmber when; it is surrounded b)
suill!ble liquid. The billet js
lltrough il1c die by .tping prcssllo'e to
!he liquid
Select tha corn;,c1 '3nswer usmg tie codes
given below:
n. I nnd
b I
c.. 2 .3
d. 2 ;md
lbo spindle speed range in a
lalhc i dividcol tCJl" whkh
nppro)limnlely l'ollow
u. aritlunetic progression
b gcomctrlc progression
c, hnnnonic
d. logarithmic
rhe Indexing of lhe llln'et in a <ongla
spimlk automatic In the as done using
a. Geneva 1nechanism
b. Ratchet and Pawl
c, !tack nod pinion mec-hnnlson
d. \Vhhwm1h mcchnnlsm
Maoteusite is a super-saturated olution of
carbon i.n
a. alplta iJon
b. iron
c. gamn1t1 i.rcJn
d. delll! iron
Whiclt of lite following ;ets of
clemenls are <JUick-acling clamping
elements lor
" Wedge and Cam
1>. Cnm ond Toggle-
c. Toggle Md
II. \V,.Igc. C'-am hnd ltlf!8le
1 he sequence of cre.:p defonnation
in :1 ctc.:ep cwvo in order of their
elongntion is
p, steady state, trnn>ieno.. o.ccelerared
b. lrotnsient, Rteady stnle, accelerated
c, traruoiont. accclerllted. steady st.1te
d. aacelerafed., <teady state. transient
Oxyacetylene flam" i used while
Out the 11 elding ()n
:L mildsh:d
b. hi&h carbon swel
.:. grey easl iron
42.
-14.
-15.
.1(,,
!" ul IJ
d. oll<JY teeb
!'or the amo inlernol diameter, walt
t11icknes<, material ""'' internal pressure,
lite ml.io of max.imum sln:s1;. imluced in a
thin cylindrical and in a thin spherical
pressure v""sel will he
a. 2
b. 112
c. J
d 1/4
Nodubr J!(e)' .:ast iron is !'Torn the
grey casl iron hy udding a Sinn II 3molunlllf
a. Mauganes.:
b. PhVSIJhorus
c. Magn<:$lum
d. Clu'Omium
Wire diamewr. coil diametor and
number of turll5 of a closcly-coilecl steel
srring ore d. D and N" respectivdy and
stiJl'ness of the spring is K A second
spring is matlc of sume but wiUt Will>
me:tn coil dirttueter and number
of \llms 2tl, 2D nd lN respectively, 11>e
slilliH:ss of the new $pring is
-a. K
b. 2K
c . .IK
tl. 8K
Which one uf tho followlog pail'! of ax is
lcngUc (a, b, c) and !nt.,ro.xilll 3ngl"
(a,J),y) ropreson\5 Lbe lelrogonol crystal
system 'I
a, 3 = b = c: n = fl = y = ')()''
b. - to ... c : {l - f'l - r - oo
c. h .,. c ; ,. - p - r : oo
d. 3 b c: u. p 1 w
Con.,idcr tlu: ft>llo" iug quenching mcdi11 :
1. Oil
2. Wnter
" Water NnOH
4. Brine
The correct se<1oence of these media ln
order of increasiog hardness of steel
undergoing he<1t ttealmcnt is
. l , 3. 2. 4
b. 2. L3 . .j
c. L 2. 3. 4
d. 3. 2. 1
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rwo Identical springs laoolled as Q) and
Q) arc armng<d in sa ics ami subjected to
lorw shown in the given figure

Asswne lhat each spring conslool is K.
Tbe strain energy stored in spring (j) as
u. F
2
/2K
b. F
2
/ 4K
c, 1: '/SK
d. F
1
/ t6K
A rod having cros.,-SI!ctional area I 00
I O"" m' is Ill II tcnsoc lotld,
Bll..o:ed on Trcsca fail ure criterion,
uniaxial yield >tress of dtc material 2()0
MPn, the 1;1ilurc load is
a IOkN
b. 20 kN
c. JOO kN
<l 200 kN
If dian1eter nf u lmlg COiun.u1 is rtdllt:ed by
20%. the J)Crceotllgc of reduction in Euler
buckling load is
a. 4
b. J(,
c. 49
d. 59
Wi th one ftxed end onU other free o11d, o
column of length L buckles at load P
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Molhcr column of snmc length and snmo
cross-section ftxed at both ends hucl<lcs
Vat toad 1'1 The ratio ofl'
1
1P
1
IS
a. 1
h 2
c. 4
d. I()
In a proble.m. the suuc of
shcnr at o p.1int I$ chnract.:rize<l by
a. e, ; t. ; 0
b. c, ami y,, .,. 0
c:.
d &, = 0.5 &, and y.,. 0
fhe Jlrincfpnl cr1 a1 nnll <TJ m a
point rcspoctivcly nrc go Ml'a, 30 M l' a
and -40 MJ>a 'l11c shear
is
a. 25 Ml'a
b :.\5 MPa
53
54.
55
56.
...-. 55 Mru
<l 60 Ml'a
6 ul' II
Tbc I'Otssons ratio of a motcriol which ha'
Young's modulus of 120 GPo and shear
1110dulus of 50 ()Pa, IS
a. 0.1
h 0.2
c. 0.3
d. O..l
Bending mom.mt distribution in n built
beam Is sh0\111 in tl1c g1VC{) tigurt
c
E
v a o""'J
The. shear li>roc diS1ribution in the beam is
rCJ>rCSCnted h)
a.
A
cLI __ _Jie
b.
A'- 1 ____ _JI E
A --=:::::::::j
E
d.

c
A i$ 10 intmml
pressure oi' 100 N/mm- It hoop stress
developed m the ouror radius of the
cylinder Is N/ mm
2
the hoop stress
developed mlhe inner radius is
a. I 00 N/mm'
b. 200 Nlmm'
c. 300 N/rnm
1
d 400 N/mm
1
l be outside diameter of a hollow shaft is
twice thal of its inside dioo1e1er. 111e
torque-carrying capacil) of 1l1is shaft is
Mt, . A solid shan of the same malerial has
ditm1e1er equal 10 llw muside diameler
of the hollo" shall The ><11id sh:11l
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carry a torque of !\I h. The rolio Mit M11
is
. 15 16
b. 314
\), 1'2
II 1116
S 1. Which une of the following (>.1irs is
correclly match<:d?
... Solid solwion sU'engt.lwning
lnorcasing density of dislocatioJl.>
b. Dispersion-hardoniog Crcnting
strained region in the crystal
c. Sir; in-hardening : C're.1ting l"'rticles t(t
t'$li>tlhe mOY<lm<:Dt of dis i()Catiolls
,1. Pr.,cipitatioohard<.:r!ing Cn:nting
partie!"" by dccrunslng solubility of
<>ne phase in anollter
58, 'lbo alloy steel designed as 40 Cr IS Ni 2
IJy Bure.1u oflndian Standard .:ontnins
n. C. IS'lo Cr nnd Ni
b C'. 1,8,, Ct and 0.2 Ni
<!, 0.4'!" C. Cr and Ni
d. 0.4" .. t. t.s .. er andO.t" .. Ni
59. r umptlling' quenched manen.., lic steel
is ut)t<,. "8SDI'Y to Lmprovc the
" bard11css of the mct:tl
h. surface te.xturo ol' IJe mcllll
c. of tht.! mota I
d. duclilil v of Ulc ritcla I
60. Titc weight of vinyl cnloride i
62,5. Thus lite moleculor wei&hl of
polyvinyl chloride wiUt a degree of
polym.crisal1on of WOOO is
d. '20000/62.5
b. 62.5 '20000
c. 625 20000
d. 20000
61, Carbilk-ti.pp.:d .:ultln tOO($ arc
manufucturud by powder-molal h.!chnology
I''""""' and h:rve a composition of
" Zirconium-Tungsten
It, Tung$len cnr()idaCoh ll (9<l"o t0o/o)
c. Aluminium (7()'' o-30''o)
cl. Nickei.Chmminm-Tung.slen
IS%-
62. List 1 (Name of U1c Element) with
IT StruGiure) .tnd select lho
corr.t amwer :
List I
A. Fluorsp>r
7 ur 14
B. i\lpha-lron
C. Silver
1')
1
Zinc
List II
I. Body-centered
2. H<>xagonal close packed
3. Simple cuhic
4. !lace-centered cubic-
... B
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b. 4 I 3 2
c. I 2
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d. 3 .. 2
6.l. Which of lh<> following fnclo!'l govern
solubility of two non fettou. metals boili
in liquid, sutt>, ns well in solid state'l
1. SU'lclure
2 Rollivo size foetor
3. Chetnicnl-ntlinit_y factor
4. Relative valence f:t ctor
Select Ute correct answer using the c<>des
given below:
1. 2 ;tnt! 3
b. 2. 3
c. I lind 4
d. I. 2. 3 arid 4
64. A having wc:ight 11r lt\()11 N is
dt'OI>P<'d from height of I 0 om over a
holical $pl'ing of stlffne..s 200
The re.ulling defl ection of Prll\8 ;,
ncorly
a. S em
b. 16 Cll\
c. 35 em
d. 100 em
C>S, 'fltc diameter of shH A twice Ute
diam\ller of shafl B and bollt rc made of
the same material.. ...-\ssuming bo[b the
sha f\s tO I'Oiale at the <ante Speed. the
m>Ximum power tt-ansmittt d b) J3 t
a. the me ll.' ol' A
u. half of A
.:, 118 til of A
d. l/4 til of A
66. llte given figure< (all <limensions ""' m
mm) show "" !section oftbo bcm
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68.
69.
.,_lto-f
I .. IJ;
" 1T
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I i?f
>-----1<11-----<
The shear stress at point P (vety close to
!he bonom of !he flange) is 12 Mi>a. The
at point Q in the weh (very tu
the nange) is
a. indeterminable due to incomplete data
b. 60 Ml'a
c, 18 MPa
d. 12 MPu
A close-coiled helical spring is of 5
mm tHumctcr wire coiled to 50 mm mean
dinmeler. Maximum !Oihenr stress in the
sprin!!. under action of an a.xial fotce is
20 Nlmm'. The maximum shL'Il r stress in a
spring made of 3 mm diumeter wire coiled
to 30 mm meun diameters 1mder the action
of the same fot'('c will be nearly
a. 20 Nlmm
1
b. 33.3 N/mm'
c. 55.6
d. 92.6 N/mm
1
A h01izontal beam carrying un i i<)Lmly
distributed load is supponed wiU1 equal
overhangs as shown in the given figure
l o o o rj oo o o oo o o_o aD DO o oa o{U]JDT
1<- a -++ b >-

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rcsutmnt bending momeni al tht'
shell be 1.cro ifu/b is
a. 3/4
b. 2/3
c. 112
d. 1/3
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71.
72.
73.
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A shon column of symmetric cross-section
made of symmeuiu cross-sectTon made of
a brlnlo material is subjected w an
vertkaJ load P at nn
e. To avoid tensile slress in the shon
co lumn the eccentri city e should be less
il1"n or et1ual 10
a. h/ 12
h. h/6
c. h/3
J. h/2
A lh1n cyl indrlcal shell Ts subJected ro
Internal pressure r The Poiswns ratio of
the (>f the $hell is 0.3. IJuc to
IJUem I pressure th< shell is subjected to
ctrcumferential strnin and axial suain. The
rotio of circumferential struin to axiaJ
str..tin i.s
a. 0.425
b. 2.25
c. 0.225
d. 4.25
A canrilevcr of L. moment ol'
intcrtia I. Young's modulus E carries a
concentrated load W nt the middle of its
lengd1. The slope of cantilever at ihe free
c.nd is
a, WL
0
i2EI
b. WL
2
/41!.1
c. WI .:IKEI
d. Wl}/161'.1
When the intensity of pressure is unltorm
in n tlat t>hot beuriog of rudius r. the
fricti<lil forec is assumed ro acr at
a. R
b. ri'J.
c. 2rl3
d. r/.3
C'onsider a ham10nic motion x = 1.25 sin
(51 - n/6) em. Match List I with List II and
select the. correct answer ?
List I
A, 1\mrlitude (ern)
B. Frequency (eyelets)
C. Phase angle (raJ )
D. Time period (s)
List II
I. san
2. i.25
3. 1/5
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
-1. x/6
A B C D
a. 4 I 2 3
b. 2 3
c. 4 J 2 I
d. 2 I 4 3
74. uf pair> or devices
and their litnctions ar<' corroctl} mmcho> ?
1 Flpvhcul For $LOring kinetic energy
2. Goventors For contrOlling speeds
3. Lead screw tn lathe : For providing
feed to tho slides
-1 Fixtures : lor locating workpiece and
guiding tools
Sulc<.:t tht correct :mswcr usmg the codes
given below:
a. 1. 3und4
b . .l.nnd 3
<.:, I ;lnd 2
d 2 and 4
75. Match List 1 wilh List II and select the
correct answer
(Notations have their US1ml meaumgs I
List!
A. La\\ of correct steering
B nis11lace111eotl rdation ofllooke'sjoinl
C Rchuion l.;incmatic paiLS aud
links
D. Uisplacement equation of reciprocating
engine r i>t<>n
A B C D
a. 4 3 2
h 2 J
c, 3 4 I 2
d. J 2 4
76. Force required to nccclcrute a cylindrical
hod) which rolls without slipping l1n 11
horizontal plano (mass of cyl indrical l>ody
is m. mdit.s of the cylindrical surface in
contact "ilh plane is r. rod ius of gynniun
of body is k and accekrution of the body i<
a i>
a. m + I ) a
b. ( I . a
"- \1
d ( mk
1
1 r "" II. a
77. Consider Jbllowing statemenL>
regarding mutlons in
79.
80.
4 ur l l
Tangemial accclcra!lon is a function of
angular wlocity and the radial
acc.clcrmion is a function of nngula
accclcrntion.
2. The resuhnnt acc.elenuion uf a point A
with to a poi111 ll on a rotating
link is l>crpundicular to AB
3 The direct inn of the rdmile velocity of
a poont A with respect to a poinl B on o
rotating link is perpendicular to AB.
Which f th.:.<c statcm<lllL< isfute correct?
a. I alone
b. 2 and3
c I and2
d. 3 alone
Consider U1e followmg statements :
In petrol mechanism. the piston at
its dead centre position when piston
I ucccicration is zero,
2. is maximum
3. vclocit) is zcm.
velocity is inlinit)'.
Which urn'{)rrccr?
a I and4
b. I and3
c. 2nnd3
d. 2nnd4
The speed uf driving shnl1 of a Hooke s
joint ufnnglc 1\l.S'' (given 19.5 = .J3,
cos I 'I s = 9A) is 50() r.p.m. The
mrudmun1 speed nf 1hc driving shail ls
nearly
a 168 r.p.m.
b. r.p.m.
c. 71 r.p.m.
d. 53 1 r.p.m.
The g1vctl ligurc Klein's
c,,nstructlon for accclemtion or the. slider
crank meclmnism ____ _
.... -- ........
Which one of ihe following qmodrilntcruls
represents the required acceleration
diogmm?
a ORST
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
8L
82.
83.
84.
85.
b. OPST
c. UR\Vl'
cl. ORPT
11lc spigot of a <:Oller joint h.u a dinmetcr
of J) and carries o s lot for colter. Inc
permissible crushing stress i> :.: times the
penui.siblc tensilc s!J..,ss for tl1c watdal
of spigot where x > I. ' 11c joint car.rios .tJI
nxiJII load P. Which ooe of the following
equations wiJI give the diameter of tl>e
spjgot?
a. f x- 1
fTt:r,
b.

J'f(Tr .t-
2 .t l
c. D =-
JT a.,.
II
2P .fi0
D--
11a:
nc scr"'' .md nut in boooching macl!i!ld
arc cl>Qngcd from >quro thread 1.0 ACJtle
thread. n.c powor retluiremeni of the
at the <31M r.p.m. will
a. remain
1>. decrease
c. increase
d. depend on dto operator
The creep in a bell drive is due to Ute
u. matcriol ofth<: pulleys
b. material of the belt
uncqunl s ize of tlUlleys
11, uuc'tjllill Wmiou oo tlgbt nd slueJ,
of U1c
dcsignatioll 6 7 of o wiru rope

>L 6 wires
h. 7 wires
c. 13 wires
il 42 wires
A .s.c:rvomotor iS eunncet.xl through .:t
ratio of 10 (i.u. motor Apced: load idd
peed = I 0 : I) to a load havin(!. moment of
ine>tia J. 111e equiva lent pommeter
rcfctrcd to motor ide is
" .io O.oi .I
b. J"l- I(IJ
86.
87.
88.
10 nll4
c. J,q = 0. 1 J
d. J.., 1 OUJ
Mlcb Li.sl I wiU1 List IT and sclcel the
correct answer :
l.i.t I
A. Cam and tbllowcr
B. Sere\\ p,Ur
C. 4bar mccbanism
D. Ocfe<: of nf planar

List 11
l. Gl'lbltr' rule
2 Grusbofs linlwgc
3. PresSure
4. Single degree of frwdom
A B c
a 3 4 2
b. I 2 4
c. l 4 2
d. 3 2 4
D
'
3
I
Consider the f<liiOwing statements ;.
When two gears are mehing, the
clearan.:e is given by I he
L dit'fernce bel\\ C<."n dedemlum of one
ge;or aud addendum of the mating gear.
2. difference between total a.nd tire
WltrlJng depth of n gea Loot.h.
3. dislllnc.: btwoen Ule bottom land of
one gu.tr and the top land of thC' malin_g
gear.
4. difference l:>ctween lite radii of the base
circle and dcdc111lttm circle.
Wh1ch of th""e statements "'" correct'/
a. I. 2 and 3
b, 2. 3
c. l.:; and 4
d. l, 2>nd 4
A body of mMs on and cad ius of 1::
is to be r"l'laeed by h'o "'"" m1 and m1
loeilted at dlst.-.nces h, and h, from U1c CO
of U1c original body. An e<Jujvaleut
dynamic .system will rcsuiL if
u. bo I
b. tt: _.
c. hlh::
d. AA " k'
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
89 !vlatcb list I with List 11 .1nd tho
IUlJTe<:t answer:
l)st I
A. \Jndercutting
B. Addendum
C. Lewis equohon
D. \Vonn and wheel
List n
I. BcJ m sii"Cngth
2. lnto:rfon:nc.>
3. L:trgc reduction
4. lttelllecLing axes
5. Module
A B c
u, 2 5 I
b 5 4
c. '
_,
4
d. 2 ' I .:J
I)
3
3
5
5
90. The noturol frequency of lrunn.,rso
vibralion of mass-less beam of length L
lh'IVi ng a mnss m at its pun i>
given by (El is tho rigidity of lho
bcom)
n. ( mL' )i radio

I
h. ( f mrl'
I
C, --.-
l
48LJ'i
ml.!
(
3EL)i I
d. --J rot 1s
mt
91. A boll-be:uing is cl>arocterixed by bo.<ic
statlc capacity = 11000 N and dynamic
capacity 18000 N. Thi> b""ring is
subjected to cquinlcnt stntic load 5500
N. The bearing loadins ratio md lili: in
mil lion revoluLions are
n. 3.27 rnd 52.0
b and .<5.11
c. 2.00 :md tO, I
d. 1.60 and 4, I
92. i\lntoh Li.<l I with List II and select lhe
correct an. ;;wer
I
A. 6 d.o.f, system
B. 1 d.o.t: system
C. 2 d.o.!: systcw
D. Mulli d.o.f. s)'lltem
List IT
1. V ibroti11g beam
2. Vibratio11 abs01ber
3. A rigid body in Sfl'lce
4. Pure rolling of a cylinder
b.
c..
<I.
A 8 C D
I 2
4 2 3
2 -1 1
4 2 I
11 or t 4
A hn!l cnrri<:ll n weight W lll tho centre.
The CG of de weight is hy on
;unounl e from the: axis of the: rotation. If y
ls tlte Jd<lil.ional clisplaoonenl of tbe CG
from the xis of rot.11ion due to the
centrifugal Ioree, then the ratio of y to c
(where ,,,, lite critical Sptxld 111' Shnr1 unil !'
is fltt angular $peed <If is givtu by
l
b. - 1
C. [': JTI
d. [:;J - I
94. ht a simple geor troin, if the numb<.."'' of
idler gearS is odd. then the of
motion o.f dri\ en gtar will
a. be some as that of tlte driving gear
b. he opposite to !hal olthe driving gear
c. depend UJ>OII tl1<' number of teeth on
U1e driving gear
d. de1>end np<>11 the total nwnber of teeth
ou all geatS of U1o uau
95. W11L'11 vubicle> [l'aWio l>n a rough n l>d
unduJuljuns hu lu be-
tho re><on:ml c<mrlition. ,,r tho
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
97.
98.
99.
base-c.xcited vibrations. determined by
the
n. of lhe vehicle stiffite.,s of the
suspension spring, speed of U1e
vehicle. wowllnlj!th of tho rougbni:Ss
curve
h speed of the vclucle only
u. speed of the whide :JJld lhu s tillh""s of
11le sus1>ension spring
d. amplitude of the undulntions
torsional vibtution of a shaf\, t.hc
node is clwocteri7,ed by the
n. mnxm1um angular velocity
ll. ma.ximum displacement
c._ m.1.ximum angular
d. zero :111gulnr
l\'lotch List I wiU1 Lisi U
( .\pplic41tions) and select the correct
;answer :
List 1
A. ('ylindrical roll.,
1:1. lh ll-bcaring
r Tnper rulling bearing
D. Aogulnr contact bnll-boaring
List n
l. Radial loads
2. M>chinc uecds (r<:IJUOOt
and usseh1hling
3. Rnclio\loods witl1 lescr thrust
4. Shock loads
5. Axial o.xpn&ion of shaft due to in
temperature
A B C D
tl .
"
J s
b. l 3 2 5
.:. 4 1 2 3
d. 5 4 1 3
A system bas viS<.'Ou domped outpuL
Thot\l is not stoody- slate l>g if UlJlUI is
n. unit step
ll. stop velocity
c. hnnollic
d. stdp velocity with eoror"rte damping
A motl>r car hos wht:el hnseof 280 em und
the pivut disiAute uf fi, mt i 140
em. When U1e outer wheel htL' !umod
through 31)
0
, U1t 1mgle nf !h<: tum of tl
l ] nfl4
inner front wheel for corwcl sleenng will
be
.
h. cot"
1
2.23
c. coC
1
1.13
d. 30'
1
100. l\1ntch list l (Propcrtie<) with list 0 (Units)
.1ml selectlh correct
List I
A. Dynnmic
B. K-incm:.tic v-iscosity
C. Too-siono.l
D .Modulus of rigidity
Lisl IT
J. Po
2. s
3. N s
1
m'
4. Nm

Nm
A B t'
3 . 3 2 ..
b. 5 2 ..
c. 3 4 2
d. 5 4 l
I)
3
3
10L ln a multi-p!Mc clutch wiU1 " numb01 af
outer discfi amd n; number of inner
Ute number of pairs ofacltve surfac-es is

n; + nu
h.
nl + " - 1
0. n; I no - 1
d,
"' + n, - 2
102 A fulljournl beoring bnving clenr:lnce to
radius r3tio of lt lOO, usmg a
Witll ,. = 28 w-) Pa s suppoot the
jounwl 1 wllling ;ot N 2400 r.p.tu. lf
bcariog pressure L< 1.4 IV!Pa, llc
Sommerfeld number is
. 8 10-J
b. 8 10"'
c. 0.48
d. 0.411 1\),:
10,. A sliding Cclntacl bearing is Ol>er:oting
under stable condllion. press urc
devdoJled in oil1'ilm is p "hen Uoc jouo:n:ol
rotates uL N dynamic vi"cos1ty
of luhricanl l 11 and en<.-c.tive coe!Jicient
of friction i}ctwcen l>cuorine. and journal of
diamuter D i f Wh.ieh nne of u,.,
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
lilllowing statements correct for the
t>earing'l
a. / is directly proportiona I to I' and p
b. f is directly propootiol11ll 1o f! lllld N
c. f is I""P<>rti<lll!tllo 11 :oud D
d. f is directly pi'Oportiouol to I' atod
inversely proportioMito n.
UJ.I. In a lider-<:mnk ru""han.ism., Uti!
:.ccelenJtioo of51ider is obbined
when Ute crank is
a! tbe inner dead <entre
b. at Uoe ooler de.1d centre position
c. exae1ly mtclwo) pc..'ili()n benveen the
twu de.ad ccniTes
d. slightly in advance of the midwoy
JU!S itlon b"'tw"entltc lwo dead e.;ntres
1115. As,;rtlo11 I A) : 'rhere is a danger of
locomotive "'h.xls boins liflod nbow
at oertoin speeds.
Reason (R) : Litling of the locomotivc
Wheel nbove rails al certain speed is due to
!lYTOsCiJpic :tdion.
n. Both A and R ore true Md R l<l
correct explanation of A
11. BQth J\ and R are true: hut R is NOT
the corrod. exp!J111ution of A
c. A is truo but R is fa lA.:
<L i\ is but R iS hue
Hili. Asscrll(ln (.'\) A slolic.aUy and
clynamicolly bulaoc.cd <ystom of muUiple
mton< on a sloal\ con Smoothly even
ot the $roed< nfthesy.tettt..
Reason (!!) : Total balncmg eliminate all
U... iu and out of plane
uuhol>ocod foroe of the
a. Buth A oncl R ""' true uod R ., the
cun'Cct ex1>lonation of A
b. Both A and R aro truo but R is NOT
I he correct explnalinn of,\
" A is true but R is fale
d. A is fake hut R lrue
107. (A) : Inertia force olways aot.
through the ceniToid of the body -..nd is
directed opposite to llt occeJe.rntion of Ut <:
centroid.
ReaSOJI (R) It hili. nlw:oy& a tettdono)' to
retard tlte mol ion.
tL Both A md R arc true and R L' the
CQnecl explanotion of A
13 ol 14
b. Both A and R nrc true hut R is NOT
the correct explnation of A
e; A is tn1e but R is false
d. A is fa I.e hut R is true
108. A.'-urlion (A) : The supply of fuel is
autontaticallv regulated hy governor
accorduo&ly to llt.,cuginc sp.:.od.
Rcnsvn (R) : The auhJmRiic is the
application of d'Aiembcl'l' pti uciple.
a. 13otlt A and R hu e uud R is tile
correct of A
b. Oolb A and R :rrc truu but R is NOT
the conect e.xplanation of A
e; A i true bul R false
d. A is false but R is true
109. Ascrtion (1-\) : Fm imilor mntc:rils
ha,.;ng the some
ion. V holt nwte IX""'' Lh3n
fiat bell with sn1e velocity Mio a11d
cotttrc
(R) : i\s two sides of V -belt ore in
conl.act with olde M pulley groove.
larger contact area givCiS grc.ter
frictionalli)ttt.
i t Both A IUid R true and R l.s tbe
<!orrecl ""Jl l:mation of A
b. Botlt A ond R ore true but R is NOT
the corrcet C>"planation of i\
c.. A is true but R i< false
11. A i f>lsc but R .is true
110. ;\sscrtion [A) . In dosigu of nrms of
pulle) , in belt olri,e, the cm!<Nection of
the aim is .:lliptic.:tl with minnr uxis plced
alootg the Jliane ofroliltion.
Reason (RJ ; Arms of puUev in bell dt ive
an! subjected to rc-.cr631 of
ond is desi!!llcd for bending in the
plane of rotation.
Bolli A o.nd R 3re 1roe ;m(l R is ihe
conttt of A
b. Both A nd R are tn1e hut R is NOT
ihe corr>t ""Jllanation of A
c. A itruc but R is flllse
d. A i t'nlsc but R is !rile
Ill Assertion (Al : In a boiler shel l with
n\'t l<XI construction. tho longitudinal seam
is jolntcd b,v bull joint.
Re-J.Son (R) 1\ buh joint i.> >lrunger tlUJII a
lap joint in riveted
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
o. Both A unci R nrc ll\le und R ;,. the
correct explanation or A
b. Both A and R ore true but R is NO' I'
lhe coni!d cxplomation of A
c:. A is true but R is
cl. A is false hut R is tnoe
112. (A) : Di:tmond 100 Is can used
til hli h specdo.
ReMOn !R) : Diamond tools haw very 161\
of fricliun.
a. Both A and R lnoe and R is
correct explollllllon of A
1>. BoU1 A and R arc U'U< hut R i3 NOT
the correct explanation of II
c. A is lrue bu1 R ts folsc
11. A is J' IMc but R. i> ttuo
113. Assertion (.\) . !lard ore chosud for
grinding hnrd m<11ll L.
Rco110n (R) : In hord wheel only tho
uhr:asive grnins ;u-e retained for long lime.
J . Both A 11nd R. ore tnoe 11nd R ,. tho
correct qf A
b Both A nod R are 1rue but R is NOT
llle corrccl cxplonatlou of A
c. A is true bul R is false
d. A is fa l.w but R is true
114. Assertion (AI ; Btllto:ss thrcod iR a
modUied "'luMc J!tlltil" whiclo is
cmpluycd on the lead crew uf machine
tools.
Reaon (R} : Frequent engagement ond
disengagt:meol or lead screw for automatic.
tbed is not posslbk wiUt p<:rf<:<:L squ>rc
tht'ltforc. Ute pro me hM to
b.: modi tied.
Both A R or.- \me R i5 lho
con-eel explarmlion of A
b. Both A ond R an: hut f< NCJ'I'
the corri!d explanotion of A
c. A is ll'\IC but R is fal'e
<L A IS t\olsc but R
115. (AJ : No s,arnte t'eed motion i
rcolui'cd llurilt!! 1\ovndtinJ!-
Reason (I{) : fhe broaching machines
hydroulically oporatod.
n, Botb i\ and R or" nnd R is Ut<>
correct explnMtion of A
b. Botb A ond R oro lnle but R is NO' f
the corret:l explanation of A

c. ,\ true but R is
d. \ is false but R is true
116. llsscttion (II) : In Dodge Romig :ompling
tables. the scre<o11ing inp<."Ction of rejected
lots os also included.
Reason (R) J)odge Romig plans "'"
inde.'ted at an L'I'PD of 10 percenL
3. BoOt " and R "'" lnoc ""d R is the
col'll:et of A
h. BoOo A nnd R lruo but R NOT
the cnJT<'Ct explanation nJ' A
c. A is but R is fnlsu
d. A is but R is uue
117. Assertion (A} : Tunc 01ics annlyis
technique of salesforCCDsting can be
applied to only medium ond - ronge
fore<lasting.
Rta$On (R) ; Qtmllt:otive inf1nnation
about, market is ne<essary for Ions
rnng.e 10roca5ling.
118. In production. plotmins and conltol. the
document which nuthorizes I he sun of nn
opcrntion un the shup tlO\tr the
a. Dispatch order
h. R11UH! pl.n
c. l, oading chan
d. Schedule
119. In a study to estiru:Ite the idlo lime of
machine, 0\11 of 100 random
llle machine WM found idle on 40
obserVations. TI1c total r-andon1
observations required tor o confidence
1<,.-el and ;tS% accuracy are
120.
b. 600
c. 2400
d. 9600
flow proccs..'i: chart conlains
a. inspection uod operation
b. insp<.:etiou.
lmnt>ormlion
opcralion and
c. inspection, lnmsportalion
and dellty
d, inspectic>o, nperati.un, ln\nsport:tthJo,
and l<)rage