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Wboc)l or the roii0\\1ng IS(are related tO
meJl,Sorc the discharge a rectangular
nulch'/
213 Cd.. b .j2i H
1
2. 2f3 Cd. b .j2i H'"-
3 2/3 Cd b .fli

-1. 213 Cd b .fi H
1
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Select the eorrect answer usiug the cQdes
gneu belo11
a. land 3
b 2 and3
c. 2 ruono
d 4
Tbe critical value of Re)' tlolds number for
transition from lnminar to turbule-nt
layer m external nows is taken
as
a. 231lil
b. -10\111
c. 5x w'
d 3>dl)
1
'
Tbe boundal) layer Oow separates from
the surface if
a, = II and = (I
b. do/dy = tl nod dp/dx > 0
c. du/dr = (I and dpfdx. < 11
d. 'fbe bound a!) layer tbtckness is zero
The lnmiJJar boundRI) layer illickness, o
at nny pomt .t l'or flo11 0\er a Jlut plate iS
ghI!Jt by 0/x =
0.664
a
b

JRe.
e.
1,75

d.
5.(1

5.
6.
7
Volumetnc ilow mte Q, accelerauoo due
to gravtty g. and bead I>J form a
dimensionless group. whtch tSgtl'en by
a
Q
b. Jiii
()
c. J;;H
Q
J
A hllldel test is to be conducted in a water
using a 1: 20 moel or subnuuine.
wbich is to tra1 el at a speed of 12 llmlh
deep under sea surface. The 11 mer
temperature in the lttnnel IS maintnmed. so
tl1a1 its li nematics -, iscosity is hal.F that of
sea water. At what speed tS the model test
lo be conduc-ted to produce usel\rl data ror
U1e prototype?
a 12 krnlh
b 14() kmih
c. 24 kmlh
d, IZO l..m/h
A model Lest rs to be. conducted for an
under water srrucrure. 11hich is likely to be
e.'posed to strong water currents. The
signiJicanl forces are !mown to be
dependent on structure geomcuy. fluid
l'elocity, fluid densilv and vtscosttv, fl uid
depth and acceleration due to grn11ty
Choose from Ute codes gi1en belo" . which
of the follo11' ng numbers must match for
the model with tltat of the prototype
1 Mncb nuniber
2, Weber number
3 Fronde number
-1-. Reynolds number
a 3 alone
b I. 2. 3 and -1-
c. l !Uld 2
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10.
II.
cL 3 1111d 4
Uurins ub!lonio, udllmtic fl ow of!:''""" in
pip<;$ with li:iction. nnw 8"
through prtlculot' mode of chllogcs. Match
List I (FlO\\ with List U (Mod<:
of ond 5elec.l the correct
List!
1\. PnJssuo'O
B. Dcmity
C. Tempcmtur"
u. Velo.,ity
n
l lnoll\do!l< in dirtctfon
2. D<>::rcas .. with Jlow dire<!tiou
a,
b.
d.
A
1
2
2
])
I
2
2
I
c
2
2
D
2
i
2
2
Wltlch of the tollowih sl1llements islare
true In '''"" of orw-ditnl!nSional llo\\ of
perfect gas through a converging
diverging noz.zle'l
I, 'I he \'docity i$ IUpenlonic
?. the es.ot velocirr t'.ll n be or

3 If tho fl O\\ is isc:ntropic, the .:>.it
velocity "' "'' be sup,unic
-t 1f Ute C>.Xist velocity is sup.rsonic, Uou
.Oow musl bet rscnlropic
Sde<!l lite uom:ol auswm usiug the codes
given below!
a. 2 ond 4
b, 2. 3 .t
c I.J:cnd4
'l 2 nlone
In n nunna I gas
._ The s fugnalion dotLity n:mams the
on both sides of lho
b. The slltgn;.tion density rcrnairu; lh
same on both sides of the shock
c. 11tc lcmpc:rolurc
Ute sun!;; 011 bQUt $ides of Ut.,
d. 11tc Mach number tlto same
0 11. botlt sides of tire hock
A notmnhboc.k
"- Causes > db-ruption ond fO\'CrsoJ of
llow pollcrn
b. l\lay occut only in divo:rging pssogc
12.

14.
I S.
2111 ll
c. Is more severe than 1n obli(JUe shock
d. w itlt .t 1elodty equal tu the
ic:
f lUid flow machines are using the
ptinciple of eith..-(tl energy to
the lluid or ( iJ) extroctlna 011crgy from tiLe
Ouid. Some fluid Dow machi no. are a
Qf ll1Jlh ( i) and (ii) 'l'lte)' "re
classified as
Coon11regsms
b. Hydr>ull.: turbines
c. Torque eonv<:fler(l
d. Wind mills
Consider the following olalentents
I Pelion wheel a Jlow
impulse lurbin"
2. Francis turbine is now te:IC!ion
t:urbiuc
3.. l>:.opllln turbine is o mdiol Do11
torhinc
Wltich 9f Ute statetnenls isla:n:
C<rrtcl7
a. I and 3
IJ I
c. 2 alone
d. 3 alone-
Motch List I Tvrb[ne) witlt
11 ( Applicntinn Are;) ;md . dcct tllo com:ct
;IIB\"\e.r=
List I
A. Jltlton turbine
l:l. l'rnncts- tutu me
C. Kaplan turbine
l.is1 II
1. Lolli' heacllurge dicharge
2. Medinm hcocl, mc:dittm
3. High head. low dis.:harge
A B C
. 2 3
b. 2 I ;;
c, 3 I 2
d. 3 2 I
Efficiency of f'cl loo wbcol sbnll be
onaltimum if the ratio nf jet velocicy to
tangential velodly of' the wll..,l is
a. 112
b. I
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16. "llle ma;Umum c.fficienc) 111 tb" of
Pelion I is fong)c nl' de (lett ion
jet = 180 -
1- co;. p
n. 2
l H os P
b,
2
cusp

2
1; wsp
d.
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17 lfl1 i 1l1e bl:lld livatlable lor hydraulic.
wrbine lhe power and di$clrse
I'C$pec(iveJy ,,re proponlo.no.l10
o1. Fl v' , I1'
11
.N'''
h
.:. u w\/7
1
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1
,ff
11
d.
18. ln Ute pbc1tomo:non of the
chnracteritic Ouid property inl'olved os
a. s-urfitce ion
b. \ 'lsco$ily
c. Bulk. Dll)dulus of.::lru;tidty
d. \ ' opour jlr<ISSUf O
19. A pun111 runrung 3l 1000
lkW onJ gcnc:rntc,' head of 10m ofwat.:r.
When it i l!pc:rnted 'II 2000 RPM.
1oW<!r eonoumplimi .on(l
would
o. 4Ji\V. SO m ofwoter
b. 6kW,20 111 ol'\\olot
c.. 3 k\V. 30 m of\volcr
d. Sk\V. m uf" uter
20. A ctntri:fugl pump gj\'t:s .tnn.'citnum
dlicieney wbcu it blade. .1re
130Jtt forwlll'd
b. Bend
c.. Strnight
<L \Vav;: shaped
21. In utitUinJ! s.:aled utodds in lhe designing
bf turbo mochiucs. which of tho fol lowing
must be snriStiecl'l
''-
NV' N' D'
22
.,.

24.
25.
26.
H H
h. 7::. - =- .;<msf.nnt
D' v ff N D
p H
e. - = const:w--- eo.nslllnl
QH "' '-1'0'
NO'" Npli'
d. == consla.nL
If"' If' I
Thr> correct sequcuc" of the c"utrifugal
pump components through wbio;:h lh" Duid
Oows 1s
a. Impeller. SuetiQn J>ipe, ii)ot vnlue lind
Delhery pipe
b. Pool ulue and :;trainer. pipe.
Impeller, Delivery pipe
c. hnpelld'. Suction pipo. Del ivet')' pip.:.
foot-value
d. Suction pipe. D1>lh"ry Ilnpcllcr,
f!oo1 vol\'a :wd 3lroiner
A ccnlnrugal pump driven by a chrcetly
coupled 3k.W motclr or 1450-rpm 8pc:ed, i$
to be eoonectcd to another rnc;tor
of 29()()-rpm speed, Tile pi}\\OJ' or th<>
motor should l.>e

b. 12kW
c. 18kW
d.
A dr:tlltubi:> i. U!led in a l' ction turbine
To !!uidc 1\ntcr do\\nstrcom without
plt.-hlns
b. To convener residual energy
onto cnerflY
e. 'l'1> eonvc:11 r<:!<idual !<inehc energy into
pres!!urc
d. l'o streamliue the Dow in the tailrace
A hydraulic pri:Ss fuls A rnm of 20 em
dinmcter nnd plunger of Scm dinn>ter.
The force required ot lhc plunger to lift
weight of 16 )()'' ]II l!e;
n. 256 tO' N'
b. G4 10 N
e. 4 lOiN
d. I w N
Slowing down or boiler wah:r Is Uuo
proc;oss lo
o. Roducc llfOS$W'l>
b. lne,..,..,sc ste<>m kmpc:taiU.t10
e. C9JIIt'Ol Ute concentrotloo in tbe
\t()iJCJ' \>'OI(:r
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29.
30.
<1. Control U1e clrum level
A whicb is lo drain iJIT water
rrom steam pipes without escape of steam
i$
Steam
b. Steam
c. Pressure reducing valve
tL lnjccwr
Match List I with List II and select lhe
collect answer!
List I (Type MCoal)
/1. Lignite
B. Ambr:acite
C. 13ituminous
D. Coke
II (Coal propt>rtics)
I. At11ficial J'uel derived from coal
2. Cumains intlanunahle gas ( volat tie
nwucn and bums. witb flame
3. Very hurd and high heating value
4. I Ligh ash comcnt and less volatile
maucr
c.
d.
4
4
l3
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c
4
2
4
2
D
I
3
3
I
Pressure reach<$ a value of absolute zero
14 At u tentpcraturtc or- 273 K
b. Under vncuum condition
c. Allhe. ennh's cemre
tl. When moleculllf mnmentwll of' systcut
becomes -zero
A reversible engine between
'r
1
und 'llte cncrg)
by this engine is rcc.:ived by a
second reversible engin<.' tU temperature Tl
and 10 a rt.'$c.rvoir at t"mpcmturc
'l'l if the efficiencies of the engines are
the-n the rdationshiJJ i'>ctweeo !' ,, l.r
r, is given by
(7;+T, )
a' 1': =
2
ll. I!= J'r.' +T}
c. T:= ff.
(T, +2T, )
d. T."--'--:-!.!..
2
31.
32.
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The heat llbsorbod or rejected during a
process equal to
a. ( r - /I )''' X WtJrk t.louc
r-t
b. -- xWork done
(
r-n)
II I
e. ( r - n
y-1
d. ( r -"l
1
1< Work d11oc
r-t
A system mmp1ising of n pure
executes a cycle 1-2-3-4- 1
consisting of two isentropic and two
isothotic processes as shown in 1he Fig, I.
p
Fog. l V
Which one of 1bc Jill lowing is tile con-eeL
representation of t.ltis cycle on the
enln>py conrdioatcs'?
n,
T
b.

c.
d.
T
'02
4 3
'------
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33. WlUt increase of pressure, the latent heat
of stream
Remains same
b. Increases
c. Decreases
d. Behaves unpredicL1bly
Jq. Consider the following statements
re.gatding th(' thronling of wet
steam:
I. The steam pressure .and temperature
tlccreusc but cnthnlny constant
2. steam pressure decreases, the
increases but
remains constant
J. '11e entropy, specific vulu111e, and
frict11ion jncrenses
4. The entropy lncrenscs btot the vull1mc
and drync'Ss fraction dec,cases.
Which of the above all! correct?
i!. I nncP
b. lund)
c. I
d. 2 and 4
35, Availability function fur11 closed system is
expresst!d as:
u.
b. P,1dv-Tr
1
ds
c. - p,, tlv-Tuds
ll
36. T ds equation can. be expressed as
Tds = C,,ilt + TfJdt
k
b. 1ii,; "" C,, dt + : dv
Tk
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1'(1
d. Tci.< = C, cit l-Td"
37. A reversible bear receivers 6 IJ of
hear from rhcnnal reservoir al tcmperawrt
800 K, and 8 kJ of heal trom tlnolher
thennal r-eservoir at lemperar,ure 600 "' il'
il heut w a third I henna I re<Seryoir ar
tempcrawre I 00 K. 1hen the thermal
of the engine approxlnlotely
equal to:
!4 65%.
b. 75%
3M.
39.
40.
4 l.
5
c. 80%
d. 85%
The value of compl'l. -ssiblliry factor ror an
ide11l gas may be
I. Less or more than one
2. Equal to one
3. Zero
4 . than ?.e I1J
The correcr value (s) is/arc given b.v
a. 1 and 2
b. I and4
c. 3' only
d. I only
Which one of Ute rollowfog func1ions
representS the Clap<yron equarion
pcnoiJ>i ng to the chaoge of phase of a pure
substance?
a. J(T.p,it,_ )
b. f(1'.p.lt.,. ... )
C. t' (t, f>, I'M"'")
tl. I (t. p.h
01
,.,, .,.,)
In ao air :slondard On a eye I e. r is the
volume compression ratio And y is an
(C,IC,). Ute air stl111dard
effic1cncy r. gl ven by
I
a. 1J = I - --
,.r - I
I
b. 17 = 1-
r'
I
C, 1] = 1-
1
1
d. 'J =l -
....!
I.
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The correct sequence of the given four
cycles on T-s plane in Figure (I), (2), (3).
(4) is
a, Rankine. Ouo. Camnt and Diesel
b. Rankine. Ono. Diesel and Camot
e. OIL Ranktne. Diesel and Camot
d. Ou-o. Rankine, Can1pt and Diesel
41. 1ltc main advanrnge of a reheat Kanklnc
cyc.le ls
"' Reduced moiswre coment in LiP. side
ofrurbi ne
b. h1CJ'ease eiTicieucy
'- Reductd load 0 11 condenser
d, Reduced load on pump
43. The order or values of efficiency
of Otto. Diesel and Dloal cycle. when they
have equal rn(io and heat
is by
a. 11, ... > 7] .... , > /)u,.,J
b. /}ilfrwl :> Tf(IIMl > T/uw.1
c.. 1ZJJJ.4 > > "'''*'
d. IJ, ,,, > q...., > 1]_...
1
44. In an air-Slandard Diesel cvcle, r is the
compression ratio, p is tlo; fuel
rat io an!l y is the adial:>atlc indes (c,/C, ).
3. J _(P' - I)]
rr' (P- 1)
b. [ 1 ,,, '- 1)]
1/ =1- yr'' ' (p- I)
c. -
1
J]
lrr' p-l
d. IJ=I- [ I _(P"-' - 1)]
yr' (p- l )
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-15. Stoichiometric 3lr-fucl ratio b) volume for
combustion nf methnnt! in oiris:
46.
a. 15.: 1
b. 17. t6: 1
c. ll.S2: I
d. 1058: 1
AutO ignitlon ti me for petrol-air Is
mini mum when th" rruio Ill' flctuul fuel-air
rotio and chemically correct firel-air rorio
is
a. 0.8
b. 1.0
c. 1.2
d. I .S
-17. Consider lhe lollowing statements
regnrdlng.knock rating or Sl engiuefuels:
I. I so-octane Is assigned a rrulng of zero-
ottane number
2. nonnal heptane is assigned a roti ng ol'
lmndreJ octane number
3. !so-octane is assigned a rating o1
hundred octane number
4. Normal hcpttme is a mting, or
zeoo octane number.
Which of tlte above s tatements are c.orrect?
a. I nnd2
b. land J
c. 3and4
d. 4 and I
48. In spark ignitloo c w1 be
reduced by;
a. Increasing the compression ratio
l>. Increasing the cooling water
li.!'mpcraturl"
c, Retarding the spark adV>\{ICc
d. Increasing thl! inlet nir t-emperature
-19, The te.ndency of knocki11g in Cl engine
reduce!> by
8. Hig)l self-ignltluro tempermurc pf fuel
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b. Dccrca$1: jack-et watcr tcmpcrnturc
c. Injection of luel just before TDC
d. Decrease in itljection pressure
Consider the lUll owing. StatementS relevant
to the iguitioo sysL<m of sr engitte;
I. Too small a dweU 11ill lend Ill
U1.: burning of c<mdcnstr imJ contat' t
points.
2. Too small u dwell ungle will in
misfiring.
3. Too large n dwell angle will result in
burning, of rcmdenscr and c<>nroct

-1. Too large a dwell angle will result in
mlsJi.rins.
of the above statements are correct?
a. I and 1
b, 2and3
c. 3 and 4
d. 4and I
rhe volutnetrie e:fficieuc) of a well
designed S.L engine is in tho mngt nl'
41l"A.- 50%
h. SCJ% - 60'lla
. 60% 70%
d. 70%- 9(1%
lAtin I 0 f!ld
II.I:Mw -
VariatiOn ul' fuel
with mtio lbr ignitinn enJ;inc
is represemcd hy which of the carves
sbomt above?
a. Curve I
h. Curve 1
c. Curve 3
d. Curve 4
F,lr a jet unit, j,kally the rntlC)
ot' compressor v.ork nnd ntrhine work.
(1, 2
b.
c. Not reJated to each oU1er
d. Unpredicu1ble
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54. /1 0.5 m plano wall its 1\Wl
surfaces ltept at 3UO"C und 2uoc
Them1al conductiVity of the wall varies
I with tomperaltln' and its values at
JOOc nnd 200"C an:> 15 WlmK anll 15
W/mK. respectively. Then the .steady ltont
Owt Ute wuU
a. R
b. 5 kW/tn
1
c. 4 kW/nt
2
d. 3kW/ru
2
55. A 320 em vertical pip" ot 150 c wall
tcmpcratttre in a mom 1vith still air at
1oc. pipe supplies heat at the mteor
8 k\V imo the room air natwal
convcct:iun. Asswning lamillltf: tluw. the
height of tlw nipe n"eded tu supply I k W
"nly is
56.
58.
a. 10 em
b. 20 em
c. 40 em
d. 80 em
The avernge Nusselt tUIJllber ill lruuiuat
natural conv<'iltion tiot!l u vertioul wall ul
I Soc with stlll air ;,L 20"C is round Itt be
48. lfthe wall tempernlltre bt'comes Joc.
all Other pammeters l'emaining same. U1e
average Nussl'J ts nUnther wfl l be
a.
b. 16
c. 14
d. 32
A lluid o1' c.onuuctlvity l .OW/mK
flows in fully developed now wftll
Reynolds nambt'r or 1500 Lbiou:ih 3 p1pe
of cliametcr 10 em. The transler
for uniJbnn hcaJ an(!
uui forn1 wall tempermore boundar)'
eunditions nrc,
w
a. ;l(/.57 uml4-3.64 - l -
mK
rv
b. -'13.64 and 36.37 - ,-
Ill' K
w
c. 43.64-
1
- for both the cases
mli.'
w
d. 36:57- , - 1\Jr both cases
nrK
l'"'o l3rge P'lr'.tllel grey plaks wilh a small
gap. exchange radiation ttl the rate of 1000
W/m
2
when tlld r ur.: 0.5
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each. By coating one pfotc. its l$
to 0.2.5. Tcmpeuturcs remain
unch3ngtd. The ne\1 rdlc i>f heot c.\:c!Jange
become
500 W/111
1
1
' GOO \\' im:
.:.. 700Wim'
J" 800\\110:
Twu Jlnrullcl of Sal tlc emissive
O.S Mb maintained al diffcrCtll
IOlf\J>CTfiiUTe.<! nnd have flldintitm he-11
e.xchnnge between lhem, 11ie
.;hiold of ;,rnissivo o.25 plnood in. U1tt
middle will reduce roclintion heot
(0
" 11:2.
11, 114
""' 3110
d. 3/ S
60 1\btch T ll and the
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correct ;m<;wer;
Llst I (Type 11f r:odi<Jtion)
A. Blnck body
B. (jn:y hody
C. Spacolnr
D, Diffuse
l .ist D (C'hnr ctcristic-)
I Emillsive docs rot depend ou
wavelength
2. Mirror rell.:1illn
3. Zero re!l eerivity
-1 Intensity arne in al l dn'e\llions
A ll C D
u. 2 I 3 t
" 3 .) 2
c.
d.
2
3
Mnt.oh List l (Type of )leal transfer) with
l. ist II (Governing dimensionles
parnrneler) and select Ll1e correct answer:
I'
A, Pl)re<:d l:(mwct ion
a Nnturul oo:nvection
t". Comt>ined free and rorced convection
D. IJnsteady conduction with conv..:tion
al surf.,cc
l'.il II
1 Reynold'!, (;rJShlll' 3nd Prnndtl numl>er
62.
63.
64.
Sol ll
2. and Prandll number
3. PouricrmodnhL< :md Bioi numh.:r
4. Pmndtl number tmd Gr3Shof number
A JJ c D

2 1 3
b. 3
4
2
2 4 3
d. .3 l 4 l
Tltc insuhm:d Lip lcmperlllurd of
rec(J!ngulnc lougiludinnJ tin having :m
(O'er ambient) l'oot !emperaturo of
0
0
is
a. 0
0
tnu.b ( 1/11)
b
o.
sin h(ml)
,
9
0
1lmh( mi}
(ml)
d.
o.
It ( "'' J
Cons ider Lbo foll owing !tl lcmcJtL>i
pertaining to brge h.cnt lmnsfer using
l'io>:
L Fins should be ued on the side where
heat tnnste. coefficient i1 su1lltl
l . Lon[! and i hould be used
3. !)hurt and tl>in fins should he u.cJ
4. l1termnl conduetivit}' of fin m>lerial
should bd lnrge
Which of are .:orn:er/
a. L 2 aud 3
b. I. 2anJ
c. 2 .3 ""J 4-
d. I, :'1 and4
Using lhemul-el""tri""' l nnalog) in heat
lmnsft:r. malcb List l (EI:Lrical
with List ll f fhcrmnl qunntiliC!) nnd 8clocl
the-corre;:t n"ver:
List t
A. Vohnge
B. Current
C.
0.
Lisrll
1.
2. CDpncity
3. J!cnt now
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b. 4 l 3 2
2 l 3 4
tL. 4 3 I 2
P10ndt l uuu1her of u llowin!! lluid
th.1n unity (ht hydrl)(lynnlt1ic
lwumlary foyer tluc'-'niO<$ is
GreAter d1nn tltermol hounJnry layer
thick!".,;$
1\ Equal lQ Lltermol buundiiJ')' layer
lhictneu
c.. Grootor thou bydrodyu.:uulc boundary
.Ioyer thlckness
d. [ndepcndent or 11erml BI>Undll!1
l.,nyer Thicknell.<
A $lllndard
rtl'rigerotinn .:y.!.l<: consists 01 the
l'illowina -1 pn,;cc.,,e. in

u. exp311Sion. i.JI!nlJ'opioo
comp...,.sion. L\oth<:rmol compression
anti istnlropic
h pressure oddilirm.
iscnJropk l:l>tnf!I'CS!ion, conslanl
pressure heal rojoclion and isentropic

c. Constant P""'Bure h""l odditiort,
isen.tropic. coml)t'es$lon, consbnL
lli'C$Stu'e htat r<:jeQlion and
cxp:msion
d. c.xpamion. o.:onsll!nt
h.:al i;otht rmol
and ptt:$aUtc::
1
.

Sub cQoling hc31. i 0.'1(!(1 in u
rcfrigcrotion cycle. The ol
outlet uutlel
78 nd 182 IU/k,g respectively. l'he
ol outlot of isc11ltopie compt.:ssor
is 230 kJikg ctnd cntJtnlpy of sub C<IOied
liquid is 6l! kJ/kg. the C\>P <l flhecycle is

h. 2. 16
c.
'L
3.5
Mntch l with l, it: n ntl elect th"
currect
l.i:n I cquipnumt)
69.
70.
71.
I) or IS
A. He.melically $C:led compn:,;;or
B. Semi-hennitieally compresNQr
C. Open type C()mpn:ssor
D, Ex:pansi<ll! device
List 11 (Ch aractorislic)
l. Cpilllll'y lllbc
2. Dcltl uompressor auil moto1 cudused
in n <holt or costing
3 Bolh comprc;ssor nnd motor enclosed
In a shd l or W1th removnble
cylinder cover
-1. Drlvlng motor or enclosed mu shlU or
c<l!ing and .:oJlJl<cted to tho ! hall
driving the
A a c .n
i,,
c.
d. 2 3
2
2
1
'11tc rolio of clcaranco lo lh<>
displocemcnl \'alume qf lt12
reciproo:nting compressor 1s 0.1)5 Spo:cilic
volume ol inlet and outlet or
lU"C 0.04 and 0.02 m
3
kg n:spc.:Livcly.
Volumetric efficiency of the compressor is
. '>5.()
" ..
c. 38.0"
d. l\).0''
Consider following lolomcnts in
relation 10 convergent-divergent sleam
no:aJe operating. under choked oonditious:
I. In the convergent ponton steam
is less sonie velocity
2 ln the eQnvoraeot portlun
velocity gre.:l"" Uton vclochy
3. In Un: llivof!!CIIt 1111rti0n the team
vel)city lesa rhrn !ionic vel01;.ity
4. l n the diVcQ!ent portion the $team
vo:loefty !ll'c::tlcr lhon vdociLy
Whiob of the above <Wemenll! com:et'l
a. I and 3
b. I and 4
c. 2 and 3
d, land 4
For m:ll<imnm clt<charge through
conver&ent u07zle the pressure ra.tio rn pt
should be (where n is tho lsonlt'l>pie
<:xpnnsion index)
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l"or n rcactinn "ilh of
reucainn equal 10 ( V is lhl\
saenm velocily o1 inlet and a 1s lhc Sf\glc
mnde hy it to lhe anngenl on whcel) lhc
cl'licoency is maximum 1111nr 1hc hladc
$pci;d 18 cqual1o
a /.:nsiA/ 2
b. :!I cos a
c. I a
d. !' cosO'
I Wilh LISI IJ ond seiL the
correcl unswer
List I (Equipmrnt)
A. Amicipnwry gear
B. Lnb}'rinlh
C luvcncd T-naochmcm
D. Dcnertttor
Lislll (Appliction ur<'11)
I Scnling sysl<'tll
2. Sloam power plan!
3. 1 urbme govcrnmg
4. Bludcs
A B C D
a. 2 3
h 3 I 2
c. 4 I 3 2
a 3 2 4
rhc pressure nse i11 Impeller or
contl'ilitgul Clll11PfS$Or i; achicwd by
a l)ccrt:nsc m volume 11nd dil'f\son
ncuon
b. Ccmrifugal 11ctioo und docr'-'113<! in
volume
c, 'I he ccmrUi.tgal and dll-l\oslon achon
d. C'cntrifugnl. And push-pull atrt1on
Compar"J tollXial compct-ssttrs ccutri fugal
compressors are mor'c sultublt fur
76
n
7H
79
80
"- lligh heod, to" now
b. Low heod. ''"" Oow mti!
o, Low bead. b1gb flow rale
d. High heod. high llow rutc
11Jutl 5
Smiling Qf bludes in 3\ial- OIJW
compressor is aha of
a, A or slrCllm hloclnng the passal!c
b. Moti()n of nlr at sonic velocity
c Unslead) . periodic and rever.ed ilow
d Air s1eom not able to follow the blnde
contour
lo 11 reaotioli the hc111 tlrop is
blade is kJ/I(.g uud the IO!nl heat! t.lniJ1 pet
is 20 kJ/kg, The degree of rcautil"ll is
a .. 40%
b. 61i.7'o
C'. 60%
d 25%
'l11e inlet und cxtl ' 'elodly diagrams of o
turb(J much inc rOtulor ore shOwn

The mrbo IS
a. A 11 11.-tiru cvoupri!SS\Ir with l1ackward
curved
b, II rndiul compressor with bnck\vnrd
C"Urved !>lodes
e- A rudiul compri!SSor "itll lbrwurd
)llades
J An n.\iul willo lo f\\ntd
curved blades
In an axoru How
11, = from saalor
p, =Inkt nng,te 10 ro1or
ai = to suuor
fJ
1
- lrom roaor
The COitdilinn 10 hQve 11 50% degree of
reaction is
3. a,= {1,
b cr,-n,
c. cr
1
= {J) Md tJ, " a,
d cr
1
and !1
1
f),
Bray1on t}'tle with in finite j111er oooling
ond rch<aring stages would npproxlmule a.
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c. OUo cyclll
d. All:.inson
81. Assertion (A),; of Mcrsiblc
engine opcrnting bctwcf:n temperntun:
lim lis 'I a itnd I z n-3Xlmum
Reason (R): Wlicienej 01 a
cni!IJ1e i g.n:.>lcr thn lhal of Jot
rm."' cniblc engine.
.._ Bolb \ R .re "'"' nd R io du
.:Om:cl c>f f\
b. Both \ "nd R are ltuc but R "
the correct of A
c ,\ &S bul R i< 1:1loe
d A IS fabe but R IN llll9o
8'2. '\ss<>rlinn (e\1: Spc:<:ilic hoot "' Clln.":mt
f'I'<:.';Sun: for an IH
Uibnlhe specific he.>t ol\Xlrllllllol I'Olumc.
Rea.\011 (R): Heal addc-.1 Jl consbnl
I olumc ., not utilt7cd fl)r dorng an}
..-ork.
Bolli A R arc lruc and R 1:1 the
coll'l>:t eJq>lonoliun ot' A
h Both A and R ""' hUI It i Nf )'I'
[b., of A
c. A"' iHw but R ,. falc
<l A L!l 1'411c hut R is fillsc
8;l ... IIOI! ( .\); 111c pcrfumJanee of
>inq1l<: IUnktnc C) clc u 10 lbc:
ctr,...,cnC}' oftbe feed pump
(R): The nCI "orir mtin us
unit} fQr a !<on!. inc: c>clc:.
a, Both A R ore true and R ., lhe
con,ct eJq>lnnnt.ion nr r\
b Botb A nod R aN but R is NOT
com.'<:! u.xplnnntlou of A
e. A i.> ltlli: but R
ll A 01 Jibe but R is fJise
84. .\erllou (A): i\ pinll" n<>l.tlc i.
employed to the fuel proper!}
\\ the slo11 air movcmo:ntll\ailable With
the m:rny t1pcm combltstion chaml'<!lll in ('I
engines.
(R)I 'fl1c mixing of and akls
s=tly ulftctecl by the nnturo of lhu ak
movement in the chamber or
0 .mgines.
a Bolb A and R arc true od R is the
of A
llofl5
b Bolh A nd R are ltue l>ut R i> NOT
the CO<n'Ct explnJttOn of A
c trw: hut R flc:
d ;\ rs false but R i false
1\-.ertion (A): Heal lrnn<fgr nt high
l.:mpcnture is hy radiotion
, .. tlllitl con\1\.'<ltiun.
Rcusrut (R): Radiahon d1,11tnd. on fourth
1>0\va- of \\hi I: c:onvcc:tion
depends on urut J>O" er
a Bolb A and R are true and R i, the
com:et nr A
h. Both A nd R ore true hul R is f';()l
the cumoct c:xplonoloon uf A
c. A is but R 1S folso:
d. A false but lU$ l'n '""
llu. (A): II t< not possble to
1:2, ITO in -'<lUotor flo\\
exchanger with equl heat copactly r:rteo of
hOI ocl enid nuxi<
(R): Becau.c temperature
diiTeu:oc-c is 01nriant alung the lc:nsll of
the IICI!l
11. B<>th A and R oro lJ\10 and R "' the:
cllfi'<:Ct of II
h. Bolb A nd R nrc hut R is NOT
lhe correct e.xplannlion or ,\
c. A is true but R IS
d. .\ IS fake but R is
87, (A): In littudlo-g., hdl
liM on; pro idcd on the gas
Sid.:.
RL'll>Oil ffi): nrc 8 """'" I ....
rcoiJtancc: than liquul.
u. JJoUt A and R oN lruo and R Is Urc
correct explon.1l lon or 1\
I> l!olh A ond R are trllc but I{ " NtJT
the <:orrecl explanation of A
c. A i<1rue but R IS fale
d A ,. fake but R is fol>e
811. \S'Ierlinn (A): i\ h)dr.ruhc a dC\tce
tBcd hl leO frmn dp lb.
Re:lou {R): llydraulti! 11101 1\IJri..> un tit<>
111 Ul"iplo of" >Ia lwmurcf.
" Both A and R ., lmo and R Is lb"
CO.....,[ ""plonnllon or A
b. Both A Jnd R ore ltue bul R it NOT
the corred explonotinn of 1\
c A IS R .. flc
d \ is fale but R i false
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'XI.
91
!J2.
Assertion (A): COP t.>fhe.r pump ill mQfc
rhnn lhe C'OP e>fits refrigeratorver.;ion.
Reusnn Pumping of ht:tl <'><tuin:s lc.<;
re)uthc tn exlroctiQII of heal limo Ote
tv.apurutor,
a. Both A R ore lnl<> llnU R h .!he
correct awlonation orA
1!. Both A R ore lnlc bw R is NOl'
I he col'l'llCt of A
c. A r< true but R tS false
cl A ilo f'10 t.c but R iK f.
1\sserrion (,\ ): ln gcner3l, in
mcreas.: and in l!es it
11.i1h ri3e in lcmpcruturo.
lteasou (R): Viscosity is CIIIL.<ed b)
intcrrmolc!euiM fom:s of cohesion 11nd duo
to lransfer of molcculnr momenlum
betwee11 nuid layers; nf which in liquids
U...fol'lller ltlld iu g;.ses the conltibutc
the major p
0
rllowords vW:o.Uty.
o. Both A nnd R or<: tnt" and R "' tho
correct ion of A
b, .Both .1\ and R are !rile hm R is NOT
the 111 A
CL A is 1!111l hut R i< fltlse
(L A is 1\tls.c but R is tlllsc:
As5cr1ion (A): Slreom lines are draw11 in
001\ field sucb !hat at a gh"" instanr
of time they oro potpcndiculor to lh"
direction of .Dow al every point in the nnw
fi eld
{{<'ason (R); Equalioo for a lin.,. In
n two dimensional Oow is g.vcn by
V
1
dx 0.
:1.. BoOJ J\ ond R nle null R !be
el)rrecl "-'<Jllanolion of A
b. Bulb 1\ nd are 1roc bot R is NOT
the c<!Tl'Ccl. e;<p)anatlcm nf A
c. A is true but R Is fa!Ae
cL A L;; f11l<e hut R is fa
tN: The m flow 111te.lhmogh
cmnpressor for various rel'rige.'llnl al
S!Utu: h::ntpc:r:&lW'.: :uld ffi
proportional to their mole>!ulnr wei.ghts.
Rcuuu (R): In In\\
hnvc number of in a
volume I same: rri::'<surc: ilnd

11. B<nlo A lllld R nrc true nnd R "' the
<<lnllct CXJ>Ionutiou nf A

95.
96.
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b. Bodt A n11d R lrue bQl R NOT
Ute correct of A
<:, A ill true but R i< f3l<c
d. A is false bu1 R is fnlse
Aerlion (t\): R.onk.ine efficiency would
approach Carnal cycle eOioicncy L'
providing u s.,-i.:s of ,..,g,'tler:ttive feed
ho:tting.
Rouson Wlth rcgonc.ralivo foed
h""hJI!!:. expantion through lh;: hqbine
approachc:s an is<>111rot>it: proces$.
:o, Bo01 A and R un: 1/llC nnd R i< l)1e
uvrre<t<=lqllott.nion of A
b. Both A od R oro true but R is NOT
the cvrrecl ur 1\
c. A is lnlc but R is false
d. . \ill fal!i o but R is folsc
(,\ ): 'llic sp<lcifie spocd. of
f>ellon turbine is low
Rcn.oll (H): Pelton turbine works under a
high he10d 11nd han(lles 1011 ilischarge.
" Roth t\ and R ore 1rue and R lhc
<'lllll'CI or A.
b. Bo01 A aud R nre lrue bul R is NOT
lhe eortccl cxplttJJation of A
c. A is l.tmo but R fa b ..
d. A is flsc bul k ;, flse
TI11: hulh <)J' the
c!lpansiou vlve is located ul 01e
J1"tit cvporator
h. Inlet ufthc c.:vuporolm
c. E. '<it nf !he cvn<krucl
d. of the couden.<er
E.'(J)crim.mtul ntl.:a>UIImlcnlll on a
rofrigorotion indicolc lhot t'3lc of
h.,.t by lhe evaporator rate of
heal. in the: condenser and rate ul'
helll ruj.x:tioll by ll1e eotupl'c'Ssor body to
cn'l'ironmcni ru:c 711 k\V. !lO kW ond 5 1;\\'
respectivel)' l'he power input (in k\\1)
n;qutrcd t11 upcrntc
a,. l5
b. 20
c. 2S
d. 75
Ozone depletion by Cfn occurs by
bn:akdown of
a. Chlorine a from rcfngcrunt l)y t IV
and wilb in
tr\lpopherc
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rallialion ..:action 'ith ozan In
lrOIII'"phore
.:.. r hlurinc aU!m$ from l>y I v
J'l1diatiou and J'..,.cfion with In

d. Fluo1ino atoms from refrigerant by lJV
1'3d_i:nion 3Jtd rlj!ac-tiQrt wlth ozqne In
straU>spbere
98. poosible COP of .. rolar
:.bsorplion rcfiigernJion system wiUt
gtneutor (.:mperntun: of 36() K. obsorber
temperatura of 1-. condenser
letllflCtaturo of .300 K and ewporotof
teri1peruturc of270 K i$
n. Q
b. 6
C-, ...,
d. 1..5
9'J. ln A. moist air b adfabail . .:.-.11)
$3turJtcd and in case B. mol.st air is
iobaric nllv atoroted. The sni\Jrnlion
temperatrm:i in A and B ar<:-
r<:Sp:Livol y
a. Dry bulb "'"I Wet bulb
tcmpc:raluro
b Dew roint tcmper:Uun: uu<l Wtl bulb

c. Wet bulb tempcramre nml tlow point
tempertunr
d. \Vel bulb lernper.ot11re ond dry bulb
temperatuN
100. ln a system: Melllbolic rate M. work
done by mon \V. of con1'octn'o:.
rodiatiye and evopol'lllilc heot = Q
and raie of heat s torage = S. 'lnen heat
u1an and bh
unvlroumant is given by
n. M t W - Q S
b. M w - Q s
c. M W Q - S
d. M- W Q S
IU L. Por coo lilt! nod dcbumMifymg uf
moist nil' it must possod
i)ver :1 coil .11 a temper:.sture
,,, (If s:ontnnion. of incoming
$lrc:nm
b. Whtch s lowor tba.n tlte dew point of
incorning stream
.:. Which Ueo: dry bulb and "et
bulb tempenture

104.
105.
13 uf ll
d. Wruch between Will bulb and de\Y
point temperature Qf Incoming stream
,,. lt<:nl hen! roatl in .Judltorium
c>rtJtt S<lltsil/l.cdt<:Ul lttod, Titto value of
ltebt (S U 1'"1 i ct(Wl llo
. 0.25
b. 0.5
c. 0.8
d. 1.0
F1r 311 office: building tbe owdour do!!ign
conditions ure dbtnnd rntio
of 0.0 15. 11te indoor design are
25"C' dbt and 0.01 humidity rntio. 1'hc
supply air stato l.!i l5C Jht und 0Jl07
huruidity rotio. U' llt"sappl}' air !liol\ mh>;,
I()M m
1
' min ltml rresh :.ir flQw rte
m' 1min. rnQIIJ s<:Jlsiblc aod I'(IQm lat011l
luads nrtl..
a. 408 kW a.uu 400 k \\'
b. 408 k. w J.Dd 150 k\1
t:. 204-k\V and 400 k\\-
11. 2<UkWaod 150kW'
lw 111' prcs$ure. is given llli
- i)pf i't = pg
h. ilp t f: - 0
c. c1p
d. ilp I i": e (. 'nniont
In a pipe-flow pr;o,;surc is to measured
particular cros-sedilln using I he most
3!1Ptopriale ittstruutenL Mnlclt List I
pro;sure range) with List II
(Appropriate me.1suring devrce) and <elcat
the com:clnnswer:
t.lst I
A. Stead) llow with mall positive gauge
p rc
B, Stc11uy llo1 With stnnU ntgative.
pO'!il.ive !!Allj!C> pi'C$ur.:
C. Stcody llow widt hi!Jh guuge P"'"'"'"
D. LTostdldy flO\\ 11ldt Ouo:tuoling
pn:ssuro
Li1 IT
l. Bourdon r>rCSure gouge
2. Prc:ssuro tronsduO<."f
3. Simple pic:zomd.t
U-lub.s lilllnom..t.ur
"\. B C D
3 2 1
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d.
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rhe llllpillllf) tise bJ 20"(.' ill olean gillS!;
or I mm diameter containing 11 Is

a. 15 nun
h. 50 mm
c. 20 lnlll
d Jtl11tm
Pres>ure drop ol' throuith u
11ip.: 1000

l)ctwccn twn
pomts tS mcasllflld by usi11g u vertitlll U-
Manometer uses a lfquld
densit)' 200() kg/m
1
difTc"'Tl CC fn
height of man metric Hquid in the two
limbs of tbc is observed to be
I 0 em the drop bel ween the two
pomls ts:
n, 98. 1 l'lillll
b I Ntm'
c I W>2 Nltttl
d. 19620
Match l.lst I "ith Ltst lJ aod sd cct the
correct unswcr.
Lbl I (Stubility)
A Smblc equillbnum of u tloating body
U. Stnblc cquilibnum ut' u submerg_ctl
body
C Unstuble equdibriwn of u Doming
body
0 \Jnstnblc or a submerged
blld)'
U (Cuatll tlons)
I or buoyancy bclo11 ccnl-re
ofgr!Mty
2. centre above !he of Jlffi\ it}'
J . Ccntill of'buoxrucy abol'c the centre of
gr.lVt\)
-1 Met cent re below the cemre t>f &11lvity
A B C D
lL 4 3 2
b 1 3
c. 4 2 3
d. 2 4 3
A dam tS havmg n cur.cd surfrtce
shown to the figure,
I I()
Ill
112
t J ol 15

The height of the water b) the
darn is 20 nt dcnsit) uf wuu:r is 1000
kglm' Assuming g II) 9.81 mls', U1e
horizomal forl-e atmng 1111 the dam per unit
length is
a. I. 962>< I fl
1
N
b_
c. 1.962>. 1 O'N
d tO"N
The vclodt) potential uf tt velod ty licld 1S
gven hy ' = .Y
1
- y' + rxmsl its menrn
function will be g1vcn by:
11. - 4-y + constant
b. t-2X) constant
c. - 2>.')' + !{.\)
tl. - 2 + li yl
A strcnmhne tS n line
a Which is along the path ilfthe particle
1>. Wllich ls ahvays patalld to tltc Jnaiu
uirecdtm or now
c. 1\long which Ute1.1 1!. no llo\1'
d On which tangent drown 111 any poan1
give., the direction
Mwdt Ltst I with List II a11d lbe
correct nnswer:
Lb t I (F:xHmplc)
A. l-lo11 tn n stru1ght long pipe with
varying Do11 rate
B Flow of gas through tltc nll7.zlc of 11 jet
engine
c Flu\\ or water lhmogh Ute 1tose of II
fire tightmg JlUrnp
0. P"low in u rivc.r during tidill bole
l,ist II (Type rrf now)
I. Uniform,
2. Non-uotfonn steady
Unifonn, unsteady
4. Non-unifonn
II B c
a. 4 3
b 3 2 I
c. 2 3
D
2
4

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answer
List I
A. Ideal fluid
B Newtooi"3n llnd
C". NOn ne"'IOninn fluid
I), Bingh;IJI1 plrll)tic
l. il II
I. Sh""r v>riil'f linearly with the
t':lte of <!r.lin
2. She.1r stress does not 1'a,Y hnealy with
U1e r:otc of stJ:ni11
3. Fluid bclta''"' iil<e a until ll
minimum \'icld hcyonu 1\ hich it
linoar relnlion<hip bel\1een
and tho rate Jf
.t. stn::>s TS zcrf>
A B C
3 1 2
4 2
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!be equation of " veloctty distribution
over 3 pl>te iS &iven by 11 : 2y- y where
11 is the velocity in m/ point y meter
!rom lite plate perpendicularly,
Assuflling I' 8.60 poi" thu shear
"'a point 15 em from lba boundary is
11,. 1..72 N/o?
b . .1.46 N/ml
" 14.621'\/m:
<1. 17.20 N/m
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/o.btch List .I (Fluid puametcrs) witlt List
IT (Bosie dimensions) and '"l..:l Uta
correct answer.
T, isl
/1, D)llatnio , iscosity
B. rhew, coeiiic.i<;Jtl
C. Bulk modulus of tbsticity
D. ( cr)

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2. MILl:
3. J\111.1
.t. .ff.l
15 elf Jj
A B c D
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3 4 1
b. l 4 2 3
c. 3 4 2 1
d. 1 2 .J 3
1 J6. Ute fo= of of jot on
v:tnc Tncn:3Se if
a. l11e
b. The vane angle is decreased
c. The prcS!un: .is reduced
d. '11teY:m<r is moved ago1rut tltc jot
I 17. Which of tltc foUowing ossumptions :trc>
tn.ade for deoying Bernoulli' < equ.-nion?
I. Flow lltendy :md
2. Flow ie unsleody c.ompre;;!!tblc
3. Effect of tiictiotl neghx:ted otid tlnw
i n Inn A trenm lioc
P. t't'ect or friction taken into
ond !low is
&IJ'c.l ul liu e
Sd""t Ute conc.::t :rwowor using tile ooues
given below:
ll, I and 3
b. 2 and 3
e. I and 4
tl.
118. Wltllo: tmlosurins the velocity of air
( p :. L2kg m
1
) lb., difTcrcnc<: in
stagn31ion ancl slntic pressures of n pitrJt
Stbtic Lube Was lhund lo be 380 Pa. Tile
vclooily aLtbal locotion in mfs is
a. 24.03
b. l.02
c. 17.8
d. 25.17
119. The drag force cxcncd by Ouitl ""
bod) inuuemxl in lila Jl .uid i due lit
a. .Pn:::ssurc and viscou!i forces
b. l'r.:ssuro oud grav.ity fora.>;>
1:. Pressure and sutfitc.c ton.SioQ foo:\Uj
d. VIStOUS a11d gravity force
120. TI1c hydraulic depU1 rwhcre A =
ore,, nnd P webed perimetc1') l; given by
a. PiA
b. P:tA
c. AlP
d. ./Al P