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I MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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A !lll1l or
is havlns ots height equal to 111i ce the
length ol'any sode at the If the lank os
filled up w1th a hqllid. the ratio or the ootal
hydrostatic force on mw 'emcnJ 11'all to
ll;at at d1e lM)rtom os
a, 2 ,()
b. I 5
c. I ,(I
d. 05
Oi.fl'erenllnJ pressu111 bead 111easured by
mercor) oil rn;UlOmeter
(specific gravity of oil is U.?) equh alont 10
a 6\1() mm difference of mercury lerels
" ill nearly be
a. 7,62 m of oil
b 76 2m ofool
c 7.34 m o[ oil
d.. 8.47 m of oil
A block of alullliniwn bni'UllJ tt1rus of 12
kg is suspended. b) n wuo and lo11 ered
uutiJ submerged ln1o a laJJk containing oil
or relative de.nsily (1.8, Taking the relative
delslll of nluminoum as 2 4. 1he lellsion
in 1vi ll be (lake g = I (I m!s')
a. I '2 Ol}tl N
b. liOn N
c. 12tH.'
d 8() N
1\ barge 3() m Ions and J U m '"de has a
draf'l of 3 m 11 hoo noanng w101 us sides w.
vertical POSI UOil, If its or grnlity IS
2.,5 m above the boltom.. Om nearest l'alue
of meracemric height is
a. 328m
b 2.78111
c. 1.71! m
a 1.en>
A cylfndrieal vessel ha1ing its height equal
tO 11$ dinmler 1s tilled wllh liquid nnd
horizontnlity m an acceleration
equ;tl to acceleration due Lo gmvlty TI1e
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ratio of U1e liqmd tell in the vessel 10 !he
liqwd at stark equtlfbrlum condilion is
a. 11.2
b. 11.4
c. n.s
d. (1,75
The shear stress developed m a lubncanng
oil. ofvscosuy 9.81 pose. tilled between
two parallel pla1es I em pan ru1d mOVIDJt
111lh relative velocity of 2 mls is
a 211 N/ni
b 19.62 Nlln!
c. 29.62. N/n1'
d. .I!J N/1.?-
The comective ncc<iler,.Uon of nwd m U1e
x-direction IS given by
& ti\1 &w
a. 11-- v-+>-
i\r 0' f=
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ftJJ
b ---+-
f:l ,,, "'
iJ11 Clv f!w
c. 11 - -tl-+11-
ar <J &
d.
i!tf Cl 1'u
v- +m-
i'tr iii' P=
Match Lisl I ('T}1>eS uf now) 1111h List II
(Basic ideal noll'S) and select lhe. C()n'ecl
answer
List I
A. Flow over astatiooruy
B Flo11 over a llalf Rankine body
C Fl\lw over a rotating b<Jdy
D. Flo11 over a. Rankine oval
Lis!. [[
l source + smk nmfonn now
2. doublet - unifnrm Oo11
3 source+ unifom1
4 doublet - vorte.x + 1m1fonn t1Qw
A B C D
a I 3 2
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1\ glass wilh u >QO bcntl is ul
both .mils. II is m;erNd inlll H no" ing
stream of oil. S; 0.\10. so !hut one opening
and the il
.lir.:cted upward Oil lh' lube is 50
111m higher I han lho ,urfacc nr llowrng nil
11re ' elncity mcasnrcll hy the tube

a. 0.89 mls
b. O.W m/s
c. ml>
d 1.90 m!s
AI IMatft'ml of a hori7.ontal line, lhC fluid
prcssttrc head is 32 em und vcl(.cily hcud
is 4 Cth The reductiort in !tn.m al lOcal il>n II
is such 1iuu !he prcssurt.' hcud t.lrops t.luwn
to zero.
The rotio or ''dlociliet< ttllucallunl.l tu thai
atlocationJ is
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c. '
d I.S
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If
II h1r maximum trnnsmission of pOwer
through u pipe Jlne wtlh total heud ll. the
head ion due lD friction hr is gtven b)
a 0.1 II
b. H/3
c 1112
d. 21-1/3
12.. Twn popclincs ol cquul length :md with
ol" J 5 em und l 0 cro un: in
parallel and connect two reservoirs. rho
difference In wruer levels on the reservoirs
li 3 m. 1 r 1h" friclion is assumed to be
rmjo of Ute due tu
htr$er clio pipe Ill th:ll of the smaller dio
pipe is. ucurly,
a. 3.375
b 2,756
c. 2.25
d.
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nw critical cJeptlt ora rcct:Jngulur
of width 4.0 m li.lt a of 12 m'ls
1>, nearly,
a. JOO mm
b. 30 mm
.:. 0.972 m
d 0 674m
An channel llow cnctuntcrs a
h) draul ic jump as shown fnlht: figure. Tit<
lbllowing lluid no,\ l'tmilitiun;, ure
bet\\ ecn A nnd 13
I. <.:rlttoal depth
2. non-unifom1 now
3 llosteady non-umfonn no\\
4 :\lead) unofonn no\\
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rr : "!" : !hn
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The corre.:t sequeooce of lhe notw
cunditiOl$11ltho of l111w is
3. 1.2..3. 4
b 1, 4, 2, 3
c. l. 1.4. 3
d 4, 2.3, I
Lam1nar 11011 m un average
wlocity or 5 m/s Clccurs in u pipe uf I 0 em
rudius The velOcity ut5 l"J\1 radlus is
a. 15m/s
b. 10 m/s
c. 2.5 m/s
d. 5 m/s
In n fully-<lc''cloped turbulcm pipe 11ow.
nssuming l/7th p0\1 or lnw r:tlio of
time al the centre of lhc
pipe to that average veloci!Y of tlte Dow is
3. 1.0
b. I 5
1,!, 1.22
d 0.817
The pre.ssure drop 111 n 1 00 mm diameter
hon:wnlnl pipe ls 50 kl'a owr u length of
I 0 m. Th.:.Shcar stress utlhe pipe wollts
a. !).25 kPa
b. 0. 115 kPa
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18. Th.: velocity disuibwjon in Ute boundnxy
lnyer given .1$ ulu,- y/5 . wh"re u the
w locit) at n distaQce y from the
" ' Is the free stream ' 'elocity nnd ri is the
boundary layor nt a <'<ltt.'litt
dislllllc<: from the !coding edge pinto.
l'he ratin of dlplncemunt to 111omentum
tltkknesses
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c. 3
d. 2
19. FIJf the Vclo<il)' profile u I u. 'l tho
momentum thlckness of a lnminar
l>oundnry Ioyer on a !ht plte al a dist,. nce
uf I m frum leading edge f1,1r nir
(Jcinemtutic - 2 10 ml,s)
flowing at a free strc:uh ,eloclt)' o2 m/1
is given hy
3. 16 mm
b. :!.1 mm
"' 3.l 6 m
d. 2.1 m
20. According to Blasius la\1. the lo""l sldn
friction coclli cicnt in the boundarylnycrr
ov""" l'lnt plote IS given by
0.332 .JR.
b, .JR.
c. U.M7t ../R.
tL u2s,.JR,
21 i\fotcll Ltil T 11ith List lT nd selc.:t Ote
mlSWel' :
LiS1 I
A. Stokes' ln11
B. Dluffbmly
C. Sucamlinc body
D. K>rman Voo1ox SLJ-edt
J. lst l!
I. Soouhal number
2. C'""'J.ling motion

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llressure drag
4. Skin friction drog
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Malclt Li$1 T (Dimeruionlo>s nwubct>j1
witl1 0 (Definition " tho: ratio of) !Jnd
select the correct
List I
A, number
B. Fmude number
C. We bet' number
D. lVfuch 1\UJnbe
u ll
I. luenio force ond e1aslk Ioree
2. Inertia Ioree and tension to r""
3. Inertia force and gravity Iince
4 Inertia force and v;,cous furcc
,\ H c D
ll. 1 2 3 4
b. ..t 3 2 1
1!, I 3 2 4
d.
+
2 3
)
Tht Kire3m funetitm in ;o 2-dionen ionl
001 lield i! given by xy.
The poWiltial tionchon IS

ll, 2.
b.
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2
1:. :ry
d. .. ..... 1;-t
Assertion (A)! A convergent-diveQlenl
n07.Zie may give sup<OISonic or ic
Do" at tltc exit wen U' the tluoat ,t,
choked.
Reoson (R): Depending con the hnck
rot ill P), P,. the diVergent p:ort of
the no-.7.1<> mY ct aupcn<onk llfiZ<:Ic
or
a. Both A and R are t1ue and R l. tb<:
I!Om:Ct c:<p!anation of .'\
b. UQib A. nd R ore ttue but R ill NOT
the eorrcct I' I' A
<:. A is uuc blll R is f:tlse
d. A is folse b ut R io true
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25 J\Jis<l11ion (I\) In a pipe line. U1e of
the Jluid flo11 llepencls entirely On the
velueity.
RtJs.,n (R) ; number dc:pcn,llon
tho dlrunder ol' tho (lipc und
kioem>lic viscosil)' of U1e fluid.
" Bollt A R nro lr'Uc !md R is the
con'eet nf A
b, Both A nnrl R are true but R is NOT
I he correct e.xvl nroti11n of''
.:. A is true hut R i
cl, A. is fa Is.; b111 R is true
26. 1\ eapit!Jll)' tube insm ed 111 merllUt)
kepi in "'' ()(l<:n .:ontni,ner.
As,;ertion (/\) ; 'fhe "">reury luvel inside
the tnlx: shall nsc nl>ove the level of
mercury
(R) '111e c<)he,ive fllt'ce betWeen
lh<> nolccul"" of morcury i.s thau
the ndbesie force hetween mi$:111J'
glas .
n, Bolh A and R nre ln.e and R " lhe
explnnatlon ul' A
h. Roth A nnd R ore troe bu1 R is 1\'(')T
I he <!()rrcd or A
...,, A IS rrue but .R tS fol&e
d. A is false bot R is true
27 (AJ r Reaction ;,
coounonly used in and low
pn:s<uro pnrls of steam turbine.
Reaction blodiog giW> ltigba
cfficien.<:y lhon imput.c binding,
o. Bolh A ond R nr" true und R is the
concct cl<ploiUIIion of A
h. Both A and R oro lhlc bu1 R is fi:OT
the corr<:Ct ""'Planation of A
c. A is trne but R is r.,r,.,
d. A is folse but R is lruo
1H. Assurt.ion (A) : l11 convcotionol irupul
:Slc:tfll turbine design , only two row' or
mnving blades are used m CurtiS s1age.
Renson (R) As the number of rnw of
bluds iu a Cmtis stage
the uflectivcncss of tltc lola rows
dc!cri:oses"
Both A R lnll' and R is lite
con-ect .:,' l'loiU11.1on qf A
b. B<1th A ond R ore lnle hut R L NeW
llle corred explonation of A
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c. \ is true bur R is ftlll;c
d. \ is folsc but R i&
Assertion (A) : \vtlb Utrottlc governing of
a ste:.m tutline, the tutbino power ls
t'educed by reduCtion m U1o IIVailabio heal
drotl tOgether with tleerens" in tlte r"tc of
slcol noll.
(R) ! The and the rnlc of
te.1m lluw ;.re ainmllnncous ly decreAel
will help 111' 11 ti,.Qttle volve,
a, Both A R ore true nnd R the
com:et nr A
b B11th A and R. tru" bnl, R is {1111'1
tl1e .;QrrCCL<;,\plolion of A
"' A is true hut R io f11l1e
d. ... is but U is true
As.erli<m 1 A) A Knpln lurhi)lt: ill
a.xjnl t1ow l'l:netion turhine with l L1 l'lln""
fixed to hub.
Reason (:R) : W>tcr fl<II'S to the.
a."tis ot' rototion of tlte 11nu P"rt of
the pressure energy oonverted to
.:ncrgy during ill llow throug,h Ute

iJ. B<>lh A and R '"' t"-lo ttnd R l'! the
correct of /\
b. Bn01 A nnd R ""' true but R is NOT
the corr,-el e.'{plan>tion uf A
c. ,\ true but R in fnbe
d. A is fal.c but R is 1n11:
AssliOn (A) Effective tempcrnturc. an
[nd.,.. of comfort.. ,. dofint:d U1at
lemper.tlure l)f "ir "' \\thich
WQulll 1ht: !3111 f.:eling 111'
comfort O$ iu Ute oclu>l
cnvii'Onment.
Reason (R) Comfot1 doo'S <tot dct>cnd on
hutnidit)' Md air vclod ty.
Botll A und R ,..., true R io the
explonntion of A
b. Both A R ore troe but R NOT
I he correct c;."<planatilm or A
. A true but R (alsc
d, A i folse but R is true
( AJ r\c.:ording to R.eynolcls
anology for Pmndl.l number equal to 1111 it)'.
Stauwn numbor iA equal 11'1 ond hlllf of tile
friction rtlclor.
RCii>On (R) ! 1fthd'lllol di!Tusivily ili <CtiJOI
lo kincmnlic viscosity. lhc Velocity and the
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n. J3olh A uncl R ore true nnd R a the
C:J>l>lnalic'ln of A
lJ. Bolh A 4lld R are true but R is NU'I
the llf A
.:. !< is I rue bUI R Is fnlsc:
tl. A is fnl>e but R lnle
;;3, Mserlion (A) ; Nu.s$dl number iS uiWIIY
l!n:alcr Utan Unity
R"<lSIJII (R) number is lhe mtio ot
tWt\ lhcrmul rcsist&ncos. vne !he Uterutul
I'C8i""""" whioh would be ol:ll:rcd by tltc
lluid, ifit and Ute uther. thc
IJt:nn>l with
.:onvcctivo """' Uoe
uofacc.
n. Both A ">nd R ore true nna R is the
correct clt]'llanatioo or ;\
b. Both ;\ nod R Jrc ltUe but R ;, N0T
the corred e:<plnnO!lon ot' A
A IS true but R is
\1 1\ is fable but R true
34. (AJ : If the enthalpy of u closed
$JSI<m decreased by 25 1>;1 while the
system rcccrves 30 kl of energy heat
tmnsfer. 1hc wu.:l:: dono by the is 55
kJ.
Rt:.loc\u (R) Tioe fie!! Ia\\ enc:t g)
ti1r 11 clffllecJ ystem is (nnlntinn have their
mtrmiog),
\ E=Q-W,
' Both 1\ md R nre tn1e Jnd R "' the
c::<plnnalion A
b. Botb A Md R are !tile hut R NOT
the correct explanation or /1
.:. A is true but R IS f., lsc
d. J\ is t'n but R iHrue
'35, Assertion (A) ln
imnly;sr;. lhe "<mpt ofR;Versibilit) IS thai
a n::Vtrsiblc prilc<:.>S i the musl
Jf i'OC'C.'l'St
Reason (R) . The cucrg) lrnol$ll:r s hcol
ami 1voo k chJring lho forwnnl prnceM. i!
iclenlically equ;ol 111 lhe
trai\Sfcr as hcot nml wort;. duristg
of the
11. BoUt A od R l1J'c true ond R is the
COII'Cct explnnnlion. of A
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b. Both 1\ and R ore lrue R i; NOT
U1e correct e>.'jllnnalion of A
e. A true hut R il; false
ll , \ i.< fake but R
A.\Mrtion (A) " ater re>c:tor
(PWR) nucle.1r pOwer plnnl5 11.$"
superhe;otcJ
Rcssllli ( R) An increase in the 'uperheat
Ol C(lnsbnt the eyelc
<:l'ficioliOY.
a. BvO A nnd R ! to lf'lio nnd R i.s lho
correcT of A
b. BQlb A on(l R nrc true hut R is NO'f
the .:<>rrect e.wlanntion nf A
c. 1\ is true bod R i:s f.tlse
d. A i> l':llsc hut R i lrue
As.crtioo (. \ J 111e air .. Jir
etHciency of the diCllel cycle
lhc load, ifiCr<llL)ctL
Reawn (1{) ; With oncrce of I on d. cut-off
ratio iP=:t$\l!>.
a. l!olh A and R ao\: lrue ;1nd i., the
cotrect e;:.'{plauat.ion of A
b. Bulb. A aud R 31'1! true but R is NOT
U1e .:ooroct cxpln.nolion of A
c. A is true but R is Lllsc
d. A f11lse bul R is true
Asserti''" (A) Knox::lciug in S.l, engines i.s
dur: to auto-ognition of t.h.l erod charg"
while knocking in l:,l. engines is due to
auto-ignitioo of Ute tit5t chorge.
Re;u;on (Rl Spark ignition enginl:.'i
etnploy lower tompo'es$ion rnt io than
dics"l "nglnes und the fu"l used Iu s
CDloriJic volue Jow<>r thrm l11nl of diesel oil
a. Bolh A nod R ore nnd R ls Ut<>
correct ""!'lnntJlion of A
L. Bolli 1\ and R nrc b"a but R is NO' t
the correcl of A
c. A is irue but R IS false
d. A i ful5e bul R is true
Assertion (A) : The Cl . engine os found 10
be moe ct)icient than an S. l.
(R} : Modom C.l. engines opehlle
on a duak-vcle. which hn an efliciencv
w'eah:t tlwn.tbc OUu cycle:.
a, Bnlb A nd R " '" true and It .is the
<Ot>rn:ct expl3motion u! A
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h. Roth 1\ untl R uro tl'\ll! but R is NOT
the CQrrcut oxplunatiOJl or A
1:, A Is true l)ut R l& lhlo;"
tl. A false hut f{ is true
A sbip with hull length oi' Jl)(l m is tu run
with a spectl uf I 0 1n/s. For dyntunk
the velocity ror II I = 25 model
ship in u h)wi ng
IL. 2 mts
h. lO tn/s
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20 nils
d. 25 mls
A ; tandnrd 91.1 V -nutch weir is used hi
measure discharge. l'hc: discharge is (.1
1
For
a height H
1
bove the sm and O, is the
tliscbnrge lor u height H.: . IC 1 Ul-1
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ts 4,
then

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u. 32
b. 16./i
c. 16
J . l!
1\ right circuhu cylinder Is filled wit h a
liquid upto Its lop level. li is t'Otnted about
its vertical al such a speed that hllll'
the spills out. then the pressure at
the ur intersection of llw axis nnd
bottom surlace is
hclol'l: nllutlon
b. halfC>f'th< value be lore
c. quarter of bclorc. rotation
d. o:qunl to the atmospheric pressul'l!.
43. Three Tmmiscmlc liquids of spL-cilk
densities p, 2p und 3p arc kept in n jur.
I he-height ol' liquids in the jar anu at
tloc flicJ.<llllclcr t:l ucd t.u Lhu b11umn nf the
jar nrc :IS in the p,ive.n ligur"- The
mtll'l lltn is
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b. 3.5
<!. J
d. 2.5
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Which of the following sequenctiS
Indicates the concet order for flue gas Jlt"v
in the steam power plant layout?
u. airpreheatcr
h. atr p1't!.hcater. superheater
c. air flrcheatcr, ecunurniscr. superheater
tl. cconumisor. supcrhcntc.r. air prchcmcr
Which one ul' following is
not


In a tluidizcd-bed hniler
ll. the cumfnll!tiun lcmrenllurc;, arc
higher thnn those in the conventional
boiler..
b. inl\:rior grade ol' coul c:m he used
without slugging problems
c. the tomullion nr N()x i5 less thun fliDt
in the conventional lloilers
d. the volumetric heat release rtlles ure
higher thnn those in the convention.1l
boilers
Match list l with list 11 and select !he
co&Te<:L
List I (Machines)
A. Steum cngihe
B. Impulse turbine
C. Reaction t.urbfne V
D. Contrlrlgal compressur
List II (Peaturq)
I. compouudlug
2. Diugrum liu!tur
3. <'ontinuous pn. "Ssurc d;op
4. ISI!IItrupie c:llit icncy
{\
til c
a. J 4 2
b. 2 I 3
c. 2 4 3
tl. 3 1
Mnt"h List with List II
c.orn."C.r auswc:c :
List I (Names)
1\. Suhsonic noule
B. Sup.:rsonic
C. Subsonic dTrl'usN
0. CcnlrHiJgar
Li>"t II (Figures!
I.
D
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<18. For blade emciency of tt
impulse horbine, the blade sreel!
rmio. I et is the angle made by absolute
ot inlet) sh<luiJ bi!
a. C(IS1U
b. cos2cxf 2
c. cos / 2
d. 2 / cos tJ.
49, The given figure shows variation of
ce.rtlli11 sttam parameter in case of:.
impuls<l turbine. ,.he curve 1\-BC
represents the of
50.
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Av I'-- c
-!p- lllad<o -if
a. pr<!SSure In nozzle u11d blades
b. velocity ln nozzle und blades
c:. temperature tn nozzle and blades
d. emltalp) in nozzle and blades
I r n is the polytrophic I ndcx of
comprl!ssion and Pl Pt is the pressure ratio
for a three-stage compressor with ideal
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Tntercoofing, the expression for total work
ofthrt.'estage is
Jn ( 1' )l.')
a. - { 1,1', - - 1
(n - 1) p
1
:5 I. Tht i11 the vunoll'Ss between the
Impeller u dil'fuser inlet of u
cemritugnl compressor ban be
n. free
b. force
c, sQlld f!<)l]y rouuiun
d. li.lgariLhmiqpiraJ
52. Which of the foOuwing staremcnt\S) iSial'l!
to critical now thruuglj a stean1
nozzle?
5J.
I. FIQw rme through the nozzle is
minimum
2. Flo" rate W1e nozzle is
maxlmum
3. Velocit) at the throali;supersonlc.
+. Velocity at the throot is sonic.
Select the ccyrrect 1111swer using the codes
given below :
a. l alone
b. I and 3
c. 2 alld 4
d. 4
Which portion nf th"
compressor characteristics shown in the
figure is dlllicult h) obtairt ;,xperimentally'l

.. - /
, y
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
a. RS
b S'l
c Ill
tl uv
Cons1der the followiug sunemenLS
I(Jlardiug 1hc axial flow in a11 nir
compr.:ssor
I Surging is :t local phenomenon while
iog 11fl'ects t.<ollr" compn:s:;or.
2 Srulling is n local phenomenon white
.surging ntlcc!S the entire compressor.
J 1l1c pi'\:SSure ratio of an
Is ,mallcr lhnn thai
of n cenlrifug:;J compressor singe
Oflhese stntemenl5
a I. 2 and COITCCI
b. I tmd 21m: oom:et
c. 2 and 3 nrc oorn:tt
d. I nnd 3 are corn.'Ct
55, The Jhcrmnl cfficicnC)' or 11 gas IUrbJIIC
cycle with regcncrution in tullll!i of ' J,
(maximum mlnmumJ. lempcrulure), rp
(pressure rnlio and k. ( =CiC, J is given b)
S6.
'\7
rp J I )
t- !..L,- n
a. 7;
h.
t-IL,
7;
c.
1- r, /')
r
r. ... t
d
1-....Lr T,
r. r
C.J11$ider lhc speed (If the
followir1g type' llfturblnll$ '
I. FranciS
2 Kaplun
3. Pelion
The sequence of !heir spccilic SJJl'l!d fu
incrctJSing ordor is
1.2.3
b. 3. I. 2

d. 2. 3. I
A stolion3l) VuM
a fi1r"e ' F' 11f 1()0 N rho givcu
wbcn the II!USS now 11\t.: ()( \V:Oler
SM.
:59.
60.
Ii i
& uf 17
over the ts 5 tqys with u velocity v
20 m/s witlmul friction.. The nngle. ' u ' of
vnne is
v
v
a. Zero
b. J()'l
C'. 45
d. 60"
..
F= lOO N
In a llUid coupli ng. the torque uansm1tted
is 50 I;.Nm. when the ()f I he dli\ing
and driven shall is 900 rprn and 720 rpm
rcspectlvd_y cnkiuncy or tl1c nuid
coupling will be
8.
0, 25t!.CJ
I!, 80%
d. 90%
Con;ldcr the following stalcmenr,
rcg;Jrding rhl: fluid couplinjl
I !Ofliclency increases w1tl1 mcrease in
speed rntio.
2 li-ic(iou the nu1p111 1orquc is
cqu!J]tQ input torque,
J. A l the same mpul s peed. higher slip
requiros higher inpu1 tortlue
\Vhic.h or these sl.llrcmcnlli are correct1
a. 1. 2uod 3
b. I and1
c. 2 and 3
d lmu.IJ
The level of runner ex1t 1> S m above the
mil mce. and aimospher1c pressure is
IO.Jm. The pressu<c at 1hc cxi1 of the
runner fi1r n divcrl'ent draft tuhc cnn be
it. S m
b. S.J m
<j, I() m
d. 10.3 m
Con$idt'r che Jhllowfng sratcments'
A surge 1ank provided on t11c penstock
connccJcd to a wmcr 1\Jrbinc
helps in the waccr hammer
2. stores extra water when nol needed.
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
3. provides increased dcmnnd ofwtJter.
Whft:"h of these swtemenls are Ctlrrett7
a I nnc:IJ
b. 2and 3
u. I nml2
d. 1, 1aud3
62. If the reciprocatins pump having n
111eehwtical eOiciency of 80% delivem
water nt the rate of80 kg/s wid n h ... aJ or
JO m. broke power of the pump Is
a. 19.41<W
b. 20.8 k\V
c, 15.4 kW
d. IO,g kW
63. The gross head on n turbine is JOO m. The
lungth of pe11$tock supplying Water from
reservoir Itt the turbine Is 4()i) 111. 1 he
diameter of the ls I m and
velocity of water through penstock is 5
m/s. If of 0.01>98,
net head on the turbine would be. nearly
a. 310m
b. 295m
c. 200 Ill
d. 150m
64. CoJSider the following statcuems
pertaining to a centrifugal pump :
I. The mnnomeuic head is tltc head is
developed b)' the pump.
2. The suction pipe has, generally. a
larger diameter as compared to U1c
discharge pipe.
J , Tho b proviJeJ with It
foot valve and a strainer.
4. Th dclivc!Y pipe 1s proviucd With a
foo1 valve nnd a striliner.
Of these statements
t1. I. 2, 3 and 4 are correct
b. 1 nnd 111re
c. 2 nnJ 3 are. correct
d. 1 nnd 3 are c..m-ect
65, For a water turbitle. nlllnin at consmnt
head and speed. the operatin,.
chnracteristic curves in the given figure
show thai upto a ce.iain discharge ' <!' both
output powcr and efficiency remain z,ero.
fit" disc:burge q Js required l O
lot 11
.-q-1
"' overcome initial inenia
b. overcome initial friction
c. keep the hydraulic circuit full
d. keep turbi nc running nl no load
66. In tluid machinery
between saturot ion tempemwre and
prll.%llre 1lecides the pl'()cessol'
a. Dow separation
b. turbulem mixing
c. cavita1ion
d. water hummer
67. r\ ornlril"ugal blower dolivcring Q ltJlfs
ag.unsl 11 head of H m fs driven 11l hull' the
original spe.-d. ll1e new head and
discharge would be
a. i I a11d Qf2
b. I 114 and Qfl
Hfl and Q/8
d. H and Q/4
68. Tbe rnnximum uwnbtt or jlilll generally
employed in Jln impule turbine without}el
Interference
a. 4
b. "
c. 8
d. 12
69. A lt)dmullc coupling rrnnsmils I kW of
po"cr man Input speed l>f20() rpm. ' >lith u
slip of 2%. If the input is changed to 400
rpm. U1e power transmitted with d1e same
sllp is
a. 2kW
b. lf2 kW
c. 4 kW
d. 8kW
70. A plane well of thickness 2L hns n unifol1ll
volumetric fteat source q'" (Wim
3
) , 1t is
el\'poscd ttl local ambient 1.
al t>otb lltl> end$ = = L). The sw:f.te
tempera111re T, rf the wall unuer steadY
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
stme condition (where b and k have their
usual meaning) is given b}
a r ... '
1
'
1

' "
b.
r=r.
qJ}
2/r
c.
I'
T.=T.
+ "
L'
d. r =r +.L_
I J./1;
71. A nat plu\C has S em. thcnnal
condut!tlvit) I \V/(mK) heat
transfer coeflicicnts on two 11at face!; 11f
IU W/(m
2
Kl unJ 10 W/(m
1
K f. 11tc. nHmll
heat transfer coenicient lbr n !lot
plate is
n. 5 Wl(m
1
KI
b. 6.33. W/(m
1
KI
c. 20 W/(ml K)
d. 30 W /(m:K)
72. I he eOlciem.l) ura pin lln viU\ lnsUIUted
Hris
tanh mi.
U.-
Vlrl l 111'1'
b.
tanh mL
mL
mL
c.
lllrlh mL
d.
I kP)"'
wnh mL
13. 1\ <)' Iinder made l>f mewl uf ccntlurtivit)
WflmK) ill to be insulaleU with b
()f C<>ndudivity 0. 1 W/(mK). I f
lllc convL-<:ti l'e hem transli:r codlkkol
with the nlmusphcre S
W/(m, K). the mdius of insulation
is
a. 2Cill
b.
c. 8 cm
d. 50 ..:m
74. Nussdt numher Jo.r full) de1 eloped
turbulent llow in a pipe is given by N. -
CR;: 1 he values urn aod bare
n. D = O..i and h = 0.33 for ,heating and
CO\))jng.lx>th
75.
111<11 17
b. o =u.s and b : for heating and b .,
0.3 f<>r C(>,,ling
c, u = ().S uml b ., lor hcming uml b :
0 .3 l(l r eill> I ing
d, a = 0.8 and b = 0.3 for healing, nnd b =
0.4 for cooling
For naturul O::ti nuw ,,, era 1'1!11ical
llut plntc a> sl11m11 in I he liguru.
go1eming dilferenl'ial equation lor
momentum is
(
i!11 cu .) . (" 11
u
7
...... - = g/JU- r h-,
a;t cy , ..
If t-quatiun is non-dimentionali>ed b)' U =
u!U. , V v/U . X lCIL. y/L. y/l Wld
7' - 1'
6=
r, - r.
Then the tenn .!{p('l - I' ) ln
uM
T > -,tk
'
Orushof number
b. PrandLI number
ll. Ruylcight number
d. Grashol' numbcr/(ltcynolds numbcr)l
76. The shape foetor or a hemispherical Qod)'
placed un a nat surface "ith rc.\-pCct tn

77,
zcn1
b. li.2S
c. 0.5
d. 1.0
Which one of the tbUowing heal
e.xchanges is gives parallel stmlghl line
pmwm of tomp,rnture for bOLh
cold und hut lluid'!
H. I'Jlmllcl nom
cupucities
with un"q11ul heal
b. Coun(cr-Ou\1
capacities
\lith equal hcut
c. Parallel-tlo\\ with eqnal heal CllflDdties
d. Countcr-tluw wilh uncquul bent
cupnciLies
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
78. In o lte.11 the hot
lluid i cooled from 110 r to 80" C' l>y a
cold lluid which. heated lrnm 30" C
lu 60" C. LMID for the-hoot cxdtougcr ill
" 20"C
b. 30"C.
c. 50' C
\1. 80' ('
79 In u .:.ounter-tlow he.1t c:xchnng.,-,
product M sp<ilic I and rna;<t 1101> rate
is same li>r llle hoi nod cold .Duid$. lf l\'1T
oqunl tv 0.5, then the clfecHvene;s of
the heal 1,5
:t l .ll
b. I).S
d. 0.2
80. For n ow owr a IJJJL plnlc tl1o
hydrod)'llnmic boundary layer tbklrness t,
mm. 111e d1'11amic is 10 "
Pa heal is .2.0 ki'(kil. K) and
tlt"fDlal c<>ndul:th ity 0.05 Wl(rn-1\:), llrc
thcrmnl bounct.ry lyc;rllticlrnc:s wunld he
b. O.S mm
1 mm
d 2 mm
81. An enclosure consists of lour surfaces I. 2.
3 nnd 4. TI1c view faetors for rndindo11 bent
tronsfor (Where the ubsc.rit>ts J. 2 3. 4
refer 10 the te11j,l<.'<:tive surrnce>) ...., r, =
1}. 1, Fu = 0.4 and f' u = \1.25. 'fhe urfae"
rres AI >od A4 N and 2
rt:.'lpcctlvely. Tltc view 6tctor F., lJ
... {),75
b. 0,50
e.. 1).25
d. O. UJ
rite worklnl! IC111Jl"1'31Ure in
and condemlct coilll of a n!
-23 C :md 21' C n:spocliw ly. Tho COP
of the refTigeralor is (),8 of lh"
COP. a power input of I kW, tlte
J'l::frig,.lrolion effecl.produco:.J \\ill bo
n. 4kW
b, 5kW
c.. Sk\V
d. 251\W
II ul 11
83. For heat pump working on
C<Jmpre$sion cycle, enthalpy valu of ihe
WOI'kinjj lluitl Al the end Of' h<:al addilit\n
al tho uf pi'OI:cSS,
at the end of n:jC<:Jjon )nd at
lht end of h;llpic expan>ion proces.
at'll 19S kJ!l..g, 210 I;JII;g and 9()
Th.e flow mtc i6 O.S
1lcn tl1e of heal
pump is. neorlv
a. 7.SkW
b. 4HW
c. 525 k\Y
d. 60 k\V
84. A one ton capacity wnt<'f cooler eooh
wnter steadily from C lo 20 (', 1llc
$pocific heat or water rs 4. 18 kJ/(kg J.:: ).
The wnter now rat<> will be.
o.. t lhr
b. 3.'.51/ht
c. :20() lthr
d. 250 /fhr
85. Milich Li.ol J (Refrigerun1) with 1:.1>1 T1
(C'hemical nnd lh<>
CQm:t;l. nS\1-tf
S6.
l.lst t
A.. R- 12
B. R- :22
('. R- 717
D, R 113
Li>, l1
L tCChPCCil',)
2 Ditluoro nlouooltloro.mcthanu(CIJFl)
3. Amtuooia (NH1l
4.. D.illunro dichloro
3.
!].
c.
d.
.\ 1:l C I}
3
4
3
4
2
2
l
4
3
a
3
2
2
fu 11 1{)\\'Cf, UJ" JllllllffiUm
to which be cooled
l cquJ to the
u. d.:w point lcrnpernturo of I he nir tho
inlc:l
b. dry bulb tCmJJeniiUre ol lhe air Bl the
inlet
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
ss.
89.
c. \V1 bulb tempcrnture
of I he air at U1e in lei
d, mean <If the de\\ pOint and df}' bulh
lcmpcraiUT<> oflho air at the inlet
Evlnteh Lll I (l'spnnslon deViCe) 1\i lh l..ist
fl (Operation) aml $elect lite cuo1'ocl
answer .
List r
A. l'l(>nt
B. Cli.pansioo
C. Internally eqUAliz-ed thenol"t'llic
eXpansion vohc
D. ExternaUy .:quali:l.ed tht:rmosw!k
valve
II
I. constant d<:gi'C<: of xuperiteot nL
.:voporntor exit pressure
2. Corullnnt ilegtce of al
cvaporolor inlet presruro
3. Conbnt level of n:frigcr.mt Jn the
evpomtnr
..C . CoMtont P"'""ure in Ute evaporator
A B C D
L 1 2 4 3
b. 3 2 ol L
1!. 3 -1 2 1
d. I 2 3
A <oillNh<orptlon o-efriJteration sy<tem
IIJI! generator temperotur-= of 81' C.
<:Vopornlor of 3 C.
condenser and absorber lemperature of
2J''C eoclt. Uten maJ<imum pOll<iMe
COP ill
a. l ll.U
b 9.0
c, t.NU
d. J.S\1
C'onsider the followi ng
Sul.>eo<>ling Ill the conden8er oJ
tcfri gera1ion $YRtem is adviilllle when
l. expansion ol # higboer elevation
than C<Jndenser.
2. there is a large pressure Jrop m
cOnnecting condenser lei the exj>ilnsifm
value.
3. Ute tciHscrntion eiTcct o> lu be
lncren ..
4. lbe \i'Ork i IU be reduced.
90.
11.
92.
93.
12<>1 11
Which ;u-c
a. I and 2
b.
c, 2, 3 and +
d. L
Consider ll>e fallowlotg slalenoents;
\Vh11 dry bulb ond ihemoodynamic wet
bulb l erupotatur<:s at'<: same :
I. humidity r:ttio is I u00,,4
2. P"''"'' pressme of wate<" vapour equals
lutal pressure.
3. oil is fullysuluMI\w.
4. dew poml os re;,ched.
S.:le<:t the correct using the
<llld,., gh on below:
a. 3 alone
b. l and 2
c. 3 4
d. 1, 2. 3 ond 4
If p is the porttnl of vapOur. p t5
the partial pressure of vapour for salurnled
a.r :md .Pb is the barometroc pressure. lloe.
1\lhltionshlp between rebtive bun1ldlty q,
lind degree nr u turotiou .,, given by
a.
b
c,
p,
d. I ' - .;ft..
P.
TI1e !'actor of ingla in
nn i.s 0.7. The byp4Ss
fao>lor if three such cooruog coils wilb lite
same appnralus dew po.int ale !.:opt one
behind the other. will be
. 0.210
b. 0.292
"' 0.343
d. UA12
Which one of lite foUqwing statements is
true for nitiOOntlllitming duct deoign?
a. Sllltic regain h used lhc
duct work is uxlcnsha. tow l""ssorc
drop os low and llow i. balonced
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
b. Sl.'lli method is U$ed,. when the
duet worl; l exremive. tolll l pr<:SUre
d!'Ut> high und is llllhalanced
.:.. bqlllll friction mclhod ;, used. when
tl1e duct Work is totrtl
Jlressue dr.np iv low ;LUd tlow 1,.

11. Equn I friction methotl is 111ed, "hen
duel wvrl; ll)tnl.
dl'l)p low ond now Is Ul\b3lancc:d
9+. Por n a1r-conuilitmed sp:lce. RTif = l(lO
kW, RSTIP ; 0. 75. VQiumc t1ow nttc ls
eqll.'ll to 100 m' 'minule and mdoor design
spcc1lic humidil)' 1s. 0.0 I kgr(lrg ol dry air).
'n1e SllC:Citlc. humidily Of Supply air is
n. ll.ll Hl
b. 0.0075
0.0(1$
d U.002S
95 For an the
o\ltdoor and in(IOor dry bulb
temperature.. arc C and 25" C
1l1c Npace lo be uir-
conditiant>d is 20 m 3(l m S m und
inliltTatlon Ill estimated to be cme air
If the density :od srecific beat of
lUI' a.rc 1.2 (kj; of dry aw)lm ,mJ l.02 kJ/k
(.kg of dt} rur\"C, thon the sensible bent
luad due; to -.. nearly
11 17.2,-HW
h. (, 1.2 k\\'
" 1224 kW
20A k\\'
?6. Mntch List I with Lit II auu .o1cct U1c
c]rreC.t 1.1nswor :
n1., - mass trnnsfCI coellicicnf,
D - ml)let:uln cutllicicnl,
length dimension,
k - lherm>l c:noJuct ivity: (I doos it) ,
("'.-, ht::ll Hf C.Urt.'f-t;I.Ot
11 - dynamic
T. i51' I
.1\_ Schmidt nutlll>et
B. TI1crmal dillUsivity
C.
D. Sh"''"O'Id nJtrTther
List n
I k/ tp Ct, D)
91.
13 of 11
2.
h
11
LID)
3. II t> D
+ . I.
,,r,
A B r D
II. 2 I
b 4 I 2
c, 3 4 2
.I 3 4 1 '2
In the M four $hoke di.,el
the term squish' referlt iCJ ihe
a. Injection ol' luel in Lbe precombuotjun
chnm"er
" discharge fl f lrom the
rnle<>mhu$tion chamber
. en1ry of mtv the;

d. of fuel frnm 1ht: .:ore
CiS. C'oflliidc;r fotl< wing
rcgaJding t)JO or fuel lttieetion
o'et Ciltburetioo in S.L OJigiues;
1. illghcr p<JW01' QUiJ!Ut tttld

2 Simple ona Injection
e<JUIJ/menl
LongcrJik oJinjcctlon equipment.
Loss knocking 11ud reduced tl!'lldcncy
lor btlck-fue.
Select U>e co,..,.,.l using the codes
given below:
I, 2 and .l
b. I. 2 and 4
c. 2 ond 3
d. 1 and4
99. }..bleb List L (Pt1fonuauce Pl!tamct''T \ ')
with [,ist ll (('urves L 2. 3, 4 and
fiHP y[, Y) reg;>rding .a C::J. engme tun
const:mt speed and Ute
answer:
Li>ti
A. Total eonsumpli<ln rlc
B. M.:chnnicaJ
C. lnd1cated p<Jwer
0. Brake sp;:cifie fi1eld
Lil 11
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
v
a
11.
c.
1.1.
2
B.H.P.
f) c
:!
J 4
2
4 2
0
2
2
3
3
I \1[1 MDich LUll I "11h Ust II und sclecl
corn .. "CI -am;'' or
I i51 I
A Sujl<:rd\urgtng
B lest
C llctcrogcncous
0 Ignition quality
List II
I Mullicylinder engine
2. C. I .l'11ginc
3. Calmi11t>valuc
4 1\m;rnft cngme
5 Octane numhcr
6 Single cylinder $. 1 cogmc
a.
b.
C,
d.
A B C D
4
0
II
I
3
I
3
1
2
s
5
5
5
2
2
I() I With reference to and Rocket
engines, the lollowin_g
I Ul'iciouc) of Rockel en sines is hishcr
thfill thtll or 1<1 enftines.
2. Exit veludtk'!. of' i.'Xhaust gnses in
Rocket engines are much bi,her tbatt
tho:>C !11 Jet engines.
J Sutgmuion e<.ntdilion; n1 tho
combU$1ion chumhcr In Rookd
l!ogines.
-1 Rook,cl cugincs arc mrbrcathinf!.
cngmes.
Whtcb of these Slalom eo IS are CQrr\!ct'!
a. 1 and 2
1!. 1, 3and.J
c, 2, 3
1.1. I 2 Utldl
U ol 17
1112 Wiih r<."Spct:l 10 I.C. ..
consider iilllow111a slalen>ttliS:
I huve nu carbon
and oxides or ohrogcn.
2. Blow hy cnussions aro cssen1ially
cnroon monoxide und suspend<.:!
IDUt Wr,
3 E.xhuusl emis.>1on:. CQnlain 100,. of
carbon ide. I QO'}o or of
nnrogen and around 50 - 55% of
em illod t>y the en
no in
lllc cxhltlll;l
Of .Sialcmcnls
a. 1 and 4 urc
b. 1 w1d 3 are <'t'lrte<:l
e. 2 and 3 l)l'e
d. I, 2. 3 and -J. arc com.:ci
I 03 A hydrocarbon fucld was bum I with air
and the Orsat analysis of tl1e dJy
of combustion yielded Ute following. dnto
lnnrnl 'olumoofdry l One
Valume an"absorpuoo 1n p1peue I
cantaa1ttng. potnssium
!SOhiiiOI\
Vol anc:r Dbsofl}tmn m p1pCUC 2
comnming solution of pyrofl!UIJ<!
n<td :md pP\llSSlumbydroxide
VolumO\ all;:r nbsorpuon 1n p1penc J
oon1nu1ing euprou" <hluride
gJIIfliOn
The pcrccntuge 1 b) volume) uf CDJ m the
dry wos
u.
b. 5%
c. I I%
d. 18'!-o
Hl4. Mmch list 1 wiOt list U (Use )
and the correc1
Lht l
1\
B rhorium - 233
C Molten Sodium
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D, J>Jutunltun-239
l. in ll
I. Coolant
2. Modcnuor
3 . f.iSI<ionablo:: material
1-'is.lle mat.,rlal
A B C Ll
1 3
2 4 3
o, 2 3 I
u. 3 2
I he data given in the tahle refers '" nn
<nPoC bused on Carnal oyck.
when: Q1 = Heal n:cdvcd (kJ/ min)
Q1- He-t rejected (k.lls)
k W = Work uutnut l \ I
S.ND. U1
().,
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I . l50U ll.20
2.
I b(){t 17.92 8.75
3. 1700 19.03 9.30
1800 :!0. 1 9.85
II' heat rccciwd output will Qo:, ncmly by
the llngine blOC)() k.l/ mfnt.lle IJ>e " tori;,
u. 1/.YII
b. ttU9
c. I 1.54
d. 111.115
I U6. A sysu:n1 whi le umleryolng n A- B
- C' - 0 - A haS tl1e values ,,r hettl .utJ
wnrl< trunsrers g, gh' <n In the uibkt

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)l.i\nln
A- B + 687 + 474
I
B' - C -269 0
c - o -199 - 180
0 - A + 75 0
l11c prw,er tn k W i.:;
a. 4-.9
b. 145
c. -19
d. 98
I 07. Tn a """ tcmpcralure scuJe say "P
t>oil1ng nnd freezing polms oJ' "a1er m (lne
atmosphere rtrl! l l.')('r p und .300" p
lhis Scttk whh tht:
Centigrade readlos \,r 0'' f'
thi.! is
108.
15v117

IY' (
b. 50" C
o. IOO" C
<1. 151)" c
Match Li>t l (Name or c"litity) with Li>t lJ
( Definition) and select the cot'rt:ct answer :
List l
A. Compressibility factQr
B. [homson cc,e111cicnl
C. ( \ m .. <uun pressure >retiJic hent
IJ. ISQthcrmal comprcssibilit)
Lil II
I.
),
2.
( alt )
iJT '
J . ( ' T)
i'p

(:;; )
A
(l
c IJ
"'
1 I .J 3
h. 4 3 2
c. 2 3 I I
d. 4 2 3
l h\1. rrp. a nll "' denOie rcspeotlvel) !he ponial
prcs.surl! of d.l) 1tir nnd thot of water
, ;.:1pour in moist air. the: -)-pC"cilk humidil)
or a1r ls by
"
-.P.J_
, ,,+ f')tl
b.
.&..
p,.
c.
0.62lp-
fl.
d.
(t.l>22p,
P11 t /1,
I I() Cnnslder the rhase diagram of a certain
substnm:C shf.lwn in the: g i' 'cn llgun:-.
Mnlch List 1 (l'rucess} whh l.lst II
(Cu1-ve!lilln"sl 1lJJd select the ct>rrcct
nns,,er
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Lisl I
A. Vaporillltion
B. Fusion
C. Sublimation
Lisr ll
I. FE
1. EG
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ED
A ll c
a. I J 2
b. l 1 3
c. 3 2 I
d. 3 I
].
I ll - l'lvmber of (C) . ph:L.'$ ( P)
and degrees or freedom(F) 31\! related by
Gibbs-phase ule us
a, C- P- F= 2
b. F - C- P= :!
c.
d. P- F- X 2
l I::!. Consitlcrthc followi.ug statemcnrs :
I. Availability is the maximum
I " ork. oblllinablc.
2. Clapeyron' s equa1ion fo1 dry salutation
is given by
(1'-1' )=r.JT. ("-"')
, dQ T.
J . A gas can huve an) rempemtun: a1
given pn:;ssurc unlike 11 vapour whh:h
has s fi xed temperature at a given

4. Joule lltomson coefficient is- expressed
fl = [f.\';/(lp]l,
Of tbese 1ati;t111Cili;!;
a. I. 2 and 3 are tOITL't:t
b. I. 3 and 4 are correct
a. 2 and 3 are correct
d. 1. 2 and 4 are corn:cl
11 3. Match I with list II and select the
correcL answer :
114.
16 o) 17
List I (Cycles opcrMing between fixed
tempeoarure limit$)
A. Otto cycle
B. Diesel cycle
C. Cam01 cycle
D .. Bra)'lOu cycle
List II (Characl eris tlc o>fryde effi ciency
lll
I. '1 depend;. only temperature
limTts
., '1 depends only. on pressure limits
3. 11 depends on VI' I compression
mtio
4. '1 <ln em-otT ratio and volume
compression mtio
A B C D
a. J 4 1 2
b.
c.
d.
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3
I
1
2
3
I
3
2
" 4
The lemp<'!tlture-enrropy dTa!(rrun for n
sie.am tUrbine power plant. operttting on
lhc Rankine cycle with and
regenerative feed heating is shown i11 the
given figure. If Ill denotes the fraction of
steru11 blc.d f()r feed the wurk
developed in the turbine per kg
entering the turb!M m state 5 is
6 3
T
6/ v
I j \

1f
\
2
91_8
/10
1\
s
a. (b,-h,) + ( J- m)(hj - h
1
l
b. {hs- h.) t (hJ- hl}- ( 1- m){hl - hll
c. 1h, - h, - b, + (1 - m)(h, - h,)
d. (hr h1l + ( I - m) (h.- h, )
115. The working temperatures in the
evapomoor and condenser coils of a
refrigerator an: - 30" C und 32" C
respectively. If the actual refrigerator bas a
C.O.f' of 0.75 of the mtl.ximum. the
required power input for a refrigemoin!!c
ufTcet of5 kW. is, nearly
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b, 2.94kW
il, 3.921.:\\"
d.. 4.0kW
llo_ L'"' l willa Li.t U and select Ute
:JruiWOI'!
T, ist l
A Air c:Jlid<.'ll.c\' of Olio cvcle
' .
B. Morse tesl
C.. Consi.anl volume cycle
I) , ronstanl heat :tddition
List II
I Mccltankal oil1cionc)
2. DiO<Sol cycle
3. .Btak<> offid<!Ucy
-l. Otto cyelo
I
5. 1--.-
, H
A
n
)
.... 3
c. J
B c
I 4
5 2
j
4
l)
2
I
2
d. ) 1 2 4
ll7. 1-.lntdt Li.'lt 1 with. Lil<l .ll and select tlJe
correct .uaswcr:
Ust [ (Fucb)
A. Seuti-bituminou coal
B. Jligb.-..pced diesel oil
C. Biogn.
b . I. PG
II (Choracterislks/usages)
I, Methane and carbon di<JXtde
2. Prop;tne- and bu!Jine
3 vruuc of !0,600 l(Cal4:&
-+. Power
A 13 C D
... : 4 l
b. 3 2 J
c 3 4 2
d. 4 3 2
liS Consider the rallnwing statements :
1.. motor gasoline is n mixture of variout.-
lrydrocarbons,
2. Cnmpresed natuml g.. ts mainly
oompnsed or ruetltane.
17 ull 7
producer s has predomilllllll
component or hydrogen 1\ hh lesser
propo1ti<>n ol' carbt\o monoxide
4, Cclrrne number of fuel used In tliC.<cl
engine$ in Indio is in tho rnnge yf 80 tu
!>0.
Which of these '"" cot1'(:ct ?
a. laod2
b. I and 3
c. 2. 3 and4
ll 1.2, 3 andA
119 <"'mu1der the followittg statements ;
1. tlnr the comhoslion o_f pul,erized cool,
S 10 1 excess nir is 1>:qulred..
2. Air contain 21% o:..-ygen by weight.
3- 11e llue ga'"'s :&0t11 coal-flfed
funroce contaill around 70"1> nitrog;:n
b
4. ln tltc of liquid rud;_ Uoe
nurnl>cr of moles of tlto rcactnrtts,
Of these: otnlCmcnts
a. L 2 and 4. at\! cotTCcl
b. L 3 11m! are COI"l\."CL
c. 1, :; 11nd -hre correct
d, I rutd J a.re correct
120, Maldt l, iSt I with l..i<;l II and liOCi iht
oon"I!Cl an8'ver :
Listl
A, 'l'hrottling process
B. J.eniropic proces
C. l'n:c t;xpaMion
D. lsotltem,.l pmo""s
List
1. No wm:k done
2. No t hange in cnh Pp.V
3. Constant internal energy
4. r """!Jini enthn
A B
r
4 2
b. 1 2 4
1:. 3 I
d_
1 3 4
D
3
J
2
2