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I MECHANICAL ENGINEERING J

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PAPER-I
Constder tlte follow1og statements
pertaining to boundary layer :
I. layer is a thin layer adjacem
lo the boundary wbere maxi mum
viscous energy dissipation takes place.
2. Bmmdary layer tluckness is a thickness
by the ideal now is shifted.
3 Separation of layer is caused
b) presence of adverse pressure
gradient
Which of these statements are correct'/
a. L2and3
b. l and 2
c. I and 3
d. 2$td 3
Tbe velocitv prolile for
a na1 pi ale is
a.
u 2 ii
( )
i'"'
b. :>
c.
d
Match List I (flows Over or tnstde the
Systems) with List ll (Type of Flow) nnd
select the correct answer
List I
A.. Flow over a sphere
B. Flow over a loog cyUnder
C. Flow m a ptpe bend
D Fully developed fl ow in a ptpe at
constant fl ow rate
List n
I . Two dtmensionaJ flow
2 One dimensional flow
3 Axis symmetric flow
4 Three dimens1onal flow
4.
5
A B c D
a. 3 2 4
b. 3 2
c. 3 I 4 2
d. 4 2 3
Consider the followmg statements:
1 Dimensional analysis is used 10
determine the number of vanables
involved m a certain phenomenon.
2. TI1e group of repeating variables in
dimensional is should Include all 1he
fund;unental units.
3. Buckingham's Jt theorem stipulates the
number of dimensionless groups for a
gtven phenomenon.
4. The coefficient in Chezy's equation
has no dimension
Which of these are correct ?
a. 1,2,3 and4
b. 2, 3 and 4
c. I and 4
d. 2 and 3
Match List I (Flow/Wave) w1th List. II
(Dimensionless Number) nnd select the
correct answer
List !
A. Capillary waves on channel
B. Testing ol'aerofo1ls
C Flow around bndge piers
D. Turbulent flow through pipes
List II
J Reynolds muuber
2. Froud number
3, Weber number
4. Euler number
5. Mach number
A B c D
a. 5 4 3 2
b. 3 5 4
c. 5 4 2
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7,
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d.
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Cqnside:r the following stntem.,nls
l. Complete s tmilatil) bct\\ocn modo!
and prototype envis:.tg-es geometric and
dynamic simil:uities only
2. Di<torted aro necessary where
geometric &intiJar ity is not p(tSSihlo due
lo practkul roosOO$.
3. In of model of ship.
surfal'C tctl$ion forces tore genorolly
negleclod.
1. The cafe elfect takes cre of the efteot
of dissimilarity bet\v..en model and

Which of these s tatements nrecom:cl l
" lund 3
b. l . 2 and 4
c 2 30d 3
cl 2and4
l'he flu id property tha1 remoins unchnged
th.:ros.o;: tt normal waYo
n. Slagnal too ...,lh lpy
h. Stagnation pressure
c, St:ol ic prt:ssure
d. Mass density
l\'lotoh List 1 (Pltcnotncon) with List 11
(C'auses)and sclccl the <><>rrect <lnswer
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B. fl low separa14<>n
C"- V CJpillory r ic
D. Cnvitalion
Li.t U
1. Surf cc:
2. V llj)OUI'
3. ( 'umpress ibility
4. A1.lverse presure
A B l'
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b. 4 2
c. 3 4
d. 4 1 1
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4.
3
2
3
CoMidcr lbo following slatemcntJ;
pertaining to one---dimcnsion.1f is.enlropio
tlow in convergent-divergent passge:
I A convergent-diverg<mt possoge moy
function tts ;t SU(>t:rsonlt: nc..a.lc ur t1
venlllrl depending
pressur e.
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nn the back
2. At the throat, sonic conditions <:;(tSI for
subsonic or supersonic flow al
outlet.
3. A s upersonic nozzle dlsch rgus fluid at
c.onstnnt n tc even ifthe a il pressure is
lower than the de isn p""'sure
4. A nonnill $)We-I.. upp<:ar. in the
section ol the noal" i f the
prcssuo'O os nho,e the olesign
pressure but bclo- a certain minim nm
pressure for ventur i operat ion,
Which ofibe .,tltemenls :ore correct?

1, 2, 3 and 4
I. 3 and 4
c, 2. 3 Md4
d. I and 2
Ill. 1'wo pd too wheels A and B h>ve s>m<>
specific spoecl ood ruc working under, the
sme bead. When A produce$ k\V al
I 0\10 rpm. If B produces I 1\0 k\V. U1en its
ll'm i;.
4000
h 2iXJil
c. I 5Uu
d. 1250
I I. Un the assumption thnt a double suction
i mpeller is the c<tuiva lcnl M tl o single
uction impellers pl"ccd htu:k to bad<, it is
to base tl1c pocilic peed of the
double uction pumr on
" Oo.e )lolf of d1e tntltl cnp'ncity
b. Three fourth ofihe 1otnlo.-.1pocily
c. Fulllnlal CllpDcity
d. Double the l.otol capacity
12 Cou.'lidcr the foUowirtg Lypcs of wull:r
lurbines
1. Bu.lb
2. Franchi
3. Koplon
4. Pelton
The s"')uence of Qrdt:r in which the
operolin& h""d dCl'fcosc; while dLveloping
lhe me power is
a. 4.2. 3. I
b. 1;2
c. 2, L. .s. 3
d. I, 3, 2. 4
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13. March List I ('rype of Pumps) with US! II
(Associated Fcnturcs) and the
correct an5\'lcr:
l,ist I
A. Centrifugal pump
B. Genr pump
l '. Reciprocating pump
D. Turbine pump
Lisl II
1. Air vessel
2. Drnfl mbe
J . Guide vanes
4. Rotary pump
5 Rotor htlVing bludcs
a,
b.
c.
d.
A [) C'
5
2
4
2
4
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3
2
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J
1-1, Match I ist I (lndustriuJ Neodsl with Listll
(l'ype of Pump) and select tho correct

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Lis t I
A. Combustible fluid to be ptunped
B. High but dischurgc needed
C. l<ow bul dischargd needed
D. High head and high needed
List II
I . Single stage centrifugal
2. Multi-stage ccntrilitgal
3 Positive displnccmcnt
-1. Jet pump
A B C D
a. 3 2 4
b 4 3 2
c. 3 I 4 2
d. .j 3 2
Lou$idc.r the to llowing etwrgics as.wciutcd
with a Pelton turbine :
Mechanical energy
2. Kinetk ener!,')'
3. l'otcntial energy
The scqncocc ol' energy conwrsit)n
from the entry of fluid is
n. I, 2. 3
b 2. 3, I
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17.
18
I I)
J of lo
c. 3. 2, I
d. I. 3. 2
Euler equation of turbine giving cncr!;)
lmnsfer per unit muss Eu (where U. V,
and V represent rhe peripheral. \\hirl.
n: lntivc and nbsolute velocities
Sulli' I and 2 refer to tbe
turbirw inlet and outlet I is
given by
u, E.,: U .V .,, - u, V,. ,
b. Eo Uo V,,- U1 V,,
c. E., =u,v,- u, v,
d. E.,= V: v .. ,
The power ratio of o pump und it$ 114 the.
sc(rle mOdel, if the ratio of I he heads is 5
I. \1 ill be
3 . 100
b. 3.2
c. 179
d. 12.8
Wluch rn1c of the following. graphs
correclly represents the relations between
He11d and Speci!ie speed for Kaplan and
Frnncis turhinc?
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U. $clfi.C II)Hd-
Consider tho following statements
regarding air vessels provided in.
rccipmcnting pump rnstallations
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2:3.
I. TI1e ir vesels are fitted both em
suction and delivt:T)'
2. 'l11e nir ve;sels are tilted far from the
!lUmp cylinder.
3 'l11e :.ir vessels s3ve energy by
t-.:ducing friction
Which of these are co!Tl'.;l"!
a,
I> 2 ond 3
I and 2
<1. I and 3
A pump. is instnlled height of 5 m
above the water level m .tl1e sump.
Friclionol loss on the suc.lion side;.., O.G m.
u tho ntmospheric pros.uro is 10.3 m of
water and vnponr pre.<Sure head i 0.4 m
(abs). tl1e NPSH (Net Positive Suction
Head) "iU be
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Ul
b. 4m
e. 4 .. IIi
d. 4.<J m
Priming i.'i neceSsary in
n, Cen1rifugal pumps lo lift wnlr i'r'Crm .1
grt:ater depth
b. C'enlriflgal pmnps tQ remove air in the
suction pipe :md casing
c. Ilydraulil! turbine lo remove all' m the
turbine cosing
d . H)'d!1llllic turbine II) incl'tUse U1c SJ>ccd
of turbine and to geneoate more 110\\Cr
An o.ccumul:ttc)l. is :J d<. vice: to store
n. Sufficiunt qunntity of liquid to
componsalo tho change in discharge
b, Sufficirmt energy to drive tht: macb ine
1vhen the nonnal enCfl!y does.
"''t function
c. Sut'ficienl energy in case of machines
work intenuillL1Hiy tu
the dichorge f10111 the
nonnal so1,1rce
d. Liquid which othorwie would h3\'C
gone lo waste
l'he draught in locomotive boilom is
produced by
u. Chimney
b. C'entril'ognll3n
c.. jet
d. L<)C<lmOtil>n
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25.
26.
27.
28.
.1 nt I (,
ln a compreuor with ideal
inleroooling. for tl1e work requirement to
be minimum. tho olllermediatc ptc:!;sure PI
in lcnns of C.()ntknscl' :tnd cvapu1Mor
t>reit11re p, nnol P n:speclivcly is
a. PI = P<P.
b. p;
c.. PI ../ii:P,
d. PI = Pt l p,
1n n onu ton c.ap.1clty WDlCr cooler_ wutCcT
enters t 30"C at the rote of 2(10 liters per
hour. ' l11e outlet lempernture of' water viii
b.: ( P h"'tt of wat<O: 4.18 k.likg .K)
a. 3.5"C
b. 6YC
c. 23.7"C
d. tsc
A refngeratOr working on n reversed
C'amot cycle C,O.P. or 4.lf it work.
as boat pump and consutnes l kW, tbe
hOlllil\8 cfl(!<;l will be
u. l k\V
b. .tk\\'
c. 5k\V
d. 6kW
Theoretkal n1.1ximum r .n. P. of vapour
absorption S)' stum (wl1cro. Tcr
temp. T a waporntor lcmp. To =
environmental temp) is
..
b.

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cJ.
r .. )

When n refrigemtur sysl= h; shorted from
ambient conditioru, tho cvporotor
le:mper31Ure decreases from amblent
lemper3lure to V3.lue. This period is
kliOWII as pull-down period. The power
roquircmrm! of compressor during pull-
down
-a. decreases continuously
h1 oontinuowly
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c. remains
d. Utcro:t.'es nod then decreases
Oil scporotor is NOT tcquircd m
refri_ger.1lion sy!'lteru if
'' ' :&nd vii arc immiJ;cible all
rrcssun:s 1emperamn,g
II t'ef'ri8er:ml >nd oil :lte immiscible al
c1.mden_'"tion ;lnd
c. refiiger:ml ond oil are miscihle at all
pn:ssu1" nd temp<:.rlurcs
tl tefd!lomnl Jnd oil "" miscible 111
conf.ft:nsntion t.utd
lcmpet'3h!re
U' !he volume of with
rdlltive humidity iJ; lsolht;rm,Jiy reduced
Ill half its nriginal VIJlume. lh1:11 rclotivt:
humidity of moist au bcaotiJC$
25.,
b.
c. 75%
d. ltKI
0
o
\lihet> the wet and dry bulb
arc idc:ntical which of the furtowing
st.atementi iJrarc true''/
l. Alr is fully saturotod
2 01:\< (>oinL i> reached
3. Humidity ratio ill uuily
4. Pllrlial pressure of vapour e<lomls total

Sclec.t U1e coof<:ct aooSWe> lhml the ""des
g-iven below :
n. l ortly
b. loud 2
"' 3 ood +
d. 1.2.3aud4
Lu ;-t oooling tower Lhe sum of 1'3nge tll1d
approaclt is equal to twice U1c wot bulb
depression, 'l11<m
Dry bulb rempt"Tature is mean of wnt'cr
inlet lemperture nd wei hulh
lempeoature
h Dry bulb te'11'erotu"' s of water
outlot l.l:m1>.:n>Utrc and wt:t buih
l<tmpc:roturo
o. \Votor lnl"t LL1npernittre i< mean of W')'
bulb temperature nd wet bulb
lemperature
33.
34.
35.
36.
5 .,, 16
d. Woter temperature is mean of
wnler oulletlellipernmre nnd bulb
tcmpcrttlu('c
Which of the following properties
lnctcMc(s) during sL'ru!ible ho.-lling of nlr-
wnter v:tpollr
I. RC>lative humidity
2 Humidity r;uio
-" \V<Jt bulb
4. of air-v11pour

Sclu.:t the cuttcct onswc1' IJom the e<><les
below:
a. l and2
b. 3 only
2nnd3
<L 4
Up<>n wbiclL of lbc following f>elot .. dues
tha eftb:live tempt.:rnlure 101' Ltum.UI
comf011 depend?
1. Dry bulb lornpenlllfe
2 Hounidity ratil>
3. Air w l<>city
4. Mean rndiation
Sd""t tho corro:<:t nnswcr fmm code>
given below :
" 1 and 2
b. L 3 and 4
c. 2, 3 and 4
d. I, 2. Hnd 4
Molst air enters the cooltng eoll with m:m
Dow rntu of 10 kgdn!s nt dry bulb
lemperoturc of JO"C nnd humidity rotio of
ll.O l7 kgwlkgdn. ll leaves the cooling coil
t dry bulb temper31Wll of J6C and
humidity rtio of 0.008 kgwlkgda. lf
specific heM of humid afr is 1.02
K and latent heat ul' water vapour 2500
kJ!I(gw. 'Jllc cnsiblc <uld lnt<.nl hllllt
Lrnnsfcr of cooling cui) :uc_,
o. 140 kW and 25000 kW
b. 1428 kW nod 2. 2.5 kW
c 1428 kw and m kV."
d. 225 kW and 1428 kW
An air..:onditioned room bas length. width
and height of 20 ut, 30 m ond 4 m
respectively. The inftltnt.ion is 3$!"umud Lo
he one ch.1nge. l'h" 01rtdoor ond indoQr
dt'Y bulb temperatures ""' 40C and 25'"C
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38'.
respectively. 1ltc be:.t lood due to
lnJi llration is
n. 734 k W (b) 12.24 kW
h. 0.204 k\V (d) 10 kW
Consider the following in
rt'lJ><et of the contractiQn and e><llllnsion
in. 3ir conditioning :
I . drop iJ; uono-e in cQntroctiQn
lhu in c><ll31t'lion.
2. Pn.;ssurt:- drop is more iu I.!Xpansiou
Lhau in canu:acliqu.
3. Static prcssuo'C incrcas"" (reg.>in) ut

..- . SI"Iatic prt."tisurc incn:a.ses 10
contrncl i(,n
Which of these statements are correct '/
a. land 2
b I. 2ond 3
c. l ood3
d. 2 ond
On Wltich, uf the llollowing fnclors doc
ol-;oir tempernture depend?
1. Out door air tcmpcoohore
2. intensity of solar radiation
3. Absorptivity of wall
Convect ive heut tronst\.-r llQtJlicleul at
outer &w'f.occ of
5. ludoor d<;Si.gt> t'"UIICI'IIIUJ'C
Choose co<rccl '"'""'"'' from the cod""
given below:
n. L. 2 and 5
b. l. 2 3
c. 3
d. I.L3and 4
39. !n.sllltllanc(lLL> c<)<oling h!'d.!; NOT cqu;ol
tn bent l>tcause
.1(),
a. R""t gain arc offi;et by cooling
provided by tbe AC li)'SI<l1ll
b. ltldoor tcmpcturc aro tower
c. COtn10rt conditio11s nrc m:1nluiJtcd w
the 5Jl3CC
d. Of Uto storngc effect in tho
c<Jnstrnction material of w:.lls and roof
Consider lhe following statements about
hydrostatic force on n submerged snrfuee:
I. It r'111ams the same even lh"
is turned.
-I I.
.t2.
.&3.
-14.
6 ul 16
2 It 3CI$ vertlc3ll)' even when the
i turned.
Which of these j., lare ccmect ?
a. Only I
b. Only2
c. Both 1 and 1
d. l nor 2
1l1o d11!h of centre of p=sure fo
lnr lamina immersed verticnlly in
water up to height ' h is gh'l.. 'n by
3 . h/2
b. h/4
c.
d. 3h12
n,e v....ticnl oomponcn( of forco 011
curved surfnce submerged in a static liquid
is equ I to the
a. Weight of liquid column abme the
C .G. of U1e curved surface:
b. WciQht of liquid the curved
su.tbcc
c. Product of p o'C!ISUrc at e.G., multiplied
by Otc rea of lloe curwd ud'nce
d. Product of pressure at C. G .. multiplied
by the projected arc:t of the curved
surface
11te pmnt of application of a horim ntal
li>rce on n cuoved swfnce submerged in
liquid i
I . -
ll. ---- h
rih
b.

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Ah
1th T
c.
/'" I
Q
d.
'

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A = are11 ofthe immcn;ed surface
b depth of centre of s urfocu
immersed
l G ntomcnt of inertia about centre
of grnvi1)
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45.

Tl> measure the pressure head of the nu ia
of gn;vity S flowing, tltrough u
pipeline. a siml>le micr(}-mnoometer
containing a fl uid of specific gravity S, is
connected to it. The readings arc as
indicated in the diagram. The pressure
head in pipeline is
a.
b. h,S, - hS, + 6h(S, - S)
c, hS- h,S, - uh(S, - S)
d. hS - h,S, +L\h (St - S)
Milich List I (Rh ... ological Equ;>tion) 1vith
List II (Types of fluids) and. select the
correct answer :
List I
A. I
B. t = f1 (duidy)". n < I
C. t = I' (dul dy)". n > l
D. t = 'TQ- (dul dy)'. n
List II
I. Biugbam plastic
2. DilaUllli nu id
3. Newtonian fluid
l'scudo-plasric nu id
A B c
a. 3 2 4
b. 4 2
c. 3 4 2
d. 4 2
D
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3
3
46. Which one of the following stre.am
functions is a possible Trrol'llifonaJ now
field ?
47.
a 'I' = x'y
b. IV = 2xy
c. w A.'
2
Y
1
d. Ill= Ax . By'
The expression
7 oflb
of/! J"" 1 ,
- + -::- t - I V1 +gz constant
f t (! 2

a. Steady now energy equation
b. Unsteady irrolatiotJal Bernoull i's
equation
c. St<lldy rotational Bernoulli 's equation
d. Unsteady rotarional Bernoulli's
equation
48. For a circular chaonel, 1l1e wetted
parameter (where R t rndius of circular
channel, hnl l' the angle subtcndcd by
the water surfuce at the cent:re) is given by
a. Rfl/2
b. JR9
c. 2R9
d. RG
49. Consider the following statements:
A hydraulic j ump occurs in. an open
chanuel
L when thl! Froude number is equal to or
k'Ss than one.
2. nl thc toe of a spillway.
J . downstream of a sluice gate in a canal.
4. when the bed slope suddenly changes.
Which of these are correct 1
a. I. 2., 3 and
b. 1. 1 and 3
c. 2. 3
d. I and 4
50. An orifice IUCl er wid1 c,j .:: 0.6 'I is
substituted by Vcnturttncter with CJ = 0.98
in a pipeline carrying crude oil. having the
same d1roat diameter as that of oritice.
For the same flow rate. the ratio of the
pressure drops lhr the vemurimeter and the
orifice meler is
a. 0.61 / 0.98
b. <Mii 1(0.98>
1
c. 0.98 / 0.61
d. (0.98/ 1 {0.6 1 )
1
5 i. The instrument preferred u\ the
measurement of highly nuctuating
velocities in air now;)s
a. PitOlSiatk tube
b. Propeller type anemometer
c. r'hree cup anemnmNcr
d. I lot wire anemometer
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53.
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The ti'iction tloctor fot full y developed
turbulent flo\\ through a rough
pipt; on
a. Reynolds number
b. Relative roughness
c. numl>er :and

d. Reynolds number, roughuc:ss
and diameter to longtlt rolio
In slcody flow of an <Iii iu pip iu the
full y developed lamiruu: n:gime, the b=
5lreSI is
Cons but across tlle pipu-
h Ma,<imum <1l lbe centre n<l dec:reae
parubolically townrcl., 1he wnll
boundary
c. Zero 111 the boundary and mcreases
litt<arly Lowortls the cenlre
ll. Zero at Ute <:<1nlte and iucr.:ascs
towards the pipe w>ll
Velocity of pressure W!!ttUl due-lo
imposed in :1 liquid is c:xpa:t llo
n.
b. <Et>J
112
c. (p/E)uz
d. (l lp El"'
Match L1s1 (Bailor$) wiOt List
U{'fype.Description) and select the COITe<:t
;lflS\\' ef
List I
;\, lAncashire
B. 13enson
C. Bobcocl. Wilcox
D. Stirling.
Lbt ll
1. Horizontal straight n1bc. lire-lube
hniler
2. Hcn'i7c)ntal Alr:rigln ltlhe, wnler"tuhc
bflikr
3. llenlluhe. w;ller-tube boiler
4. High pressure boiler
A B C' L>
a. 4 2 3
I 4 2 3
c.
tl.
4
1
I
2
S6.
57,
5S.
8oft (>
Conider the lbllowing
regMdlng lhe tluidi1.ecl bed <XHitllustlon
boiiC11! :
I. The combustion tdmper-Jtwes are low,
around <JO()C
2. The foffilotlon of oxides of nit1tlg.m I>'
low.
3. It rernol'cs gulphur from 1.\0ol during
comhution procc.>s.
4. ll requires lrigh of coal a.' .fuel
Which of o,.,.. u c correct?
n. l. 2. 3 and 4
b. l,2 nd 3
2.3 and4
d. I and 4
Tht COITOCI go$ fl <)W J)31h i11 J t)'Jlictll J.rg,;
mod<.-ntn<LlUr>l circulation boller
a. Combustion ohnmbr - Rd1eBIC1'
Superhc:atcr Econom.iscr Air
Preheater - 1.0. fan - Electrostatic
pre<:ipitator - Stnc.k
b. Combustion ohanrber - Superheater -
- Eccnomi'ier - Air Preheater
- .Electrostatic - prccipitolor IJ). fnn -
Smck
c. Combustion Rclrcatcr -
Soperheater Air Prohe.1rer -
EcOn('"till<:1' - Eleoh oswtic prccipillllur
J.D. fon - St.1"k
d. Coonl>uslion charnbcr - Supcrhcal:r -
Rchearor - Ecooomicr - Air Prelteater
- l.D. thn - fficctrostatic precipitator -
SIJick
EmplC)yiJtJI, s uperheo\od in
lead to
a. l11crease int.wosion ot'
b. Decreasco in eros ion ofbladinjl
" No erosion in blading
d. No cbange ln erooion Qfblading
enters 3 Oe laval R' """' turbine with
an Wet velocity of 30 m/s and leaves with
an outlet 1elocity of 10 mls. The work
done by l kg of stenm is
a, 400 Nm
b. 600Nm.
c.. 800 Nnt
d. 1.2{)() Nm
60. 111 n

reaction Absolute vcltlCIY


angle at inlet 45, 1>criphcr"l
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d. 56"25


In a rcnclion turbino sU.gu cmtl"'lpy drop in
lhe stator blns ,. 4.62 nml thnt in
the rotor bldes is 2.38 kJI 'l' he degree
of reaction of the s!Jig_c is
u. 0.52
h. OA3
c. 0.34
d. 0.26
62 An emergency g1wemnr nf .o 't.enm norhiM
trip!! the rurbin" when
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1. Shaft exceeds I tlO:, of rot.:d speed
2 Condener becomes hot due to
\\ater ci1-cui:Jlion
3. Lubrication svstem 1\lils
4. Balancing of turbine i not proper
Select lhe correct an<wer rrom the oodes
given below:
L Z,ndJ
\>. 2. :1 and 4
c 3. 4 and 1
d. 4, I and 2
Ro<m blower ;, on of
<L Reciprocating ( pO<ili\'e displaceruunl)
oompres<Qr
h. Rotary (positive displocernenl)
compressor
c. Centril'ugal
d. A.'tial w mpressor
Acoustic velocity in an e las tic gaseous
is prOfOmtional to
a. Absolute tempiotore
b tempernmre
c.. Squore root of absolute tampernnore
tl Square root of suagnalion rempernturu
[n ;J re_gencntive fLx"ff heali.ug, cyclc. tht:
econnmic numher of the stages of
regener>lion
a. increases as the initial and
lc;mpcrature i:Ucn:.ase
b, oJ.:creoses as the mil ial pressure nnd
tcauptT3turo iuer\!:uc
66.
67,
68.
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c. is independent of lhc Initial
and temperamre
d. depends only on the condenser
pressure
1-lolcb Li>t I (Blades) with List 11
(F Ollturcs) S1Wlthe correct onsw.,- .

,.,_ , Ceramic blad""
B. Ste.1m tnrbine blades
C. Alloy steel hlades
D. Comrressor
Li51 II
I. High Creclll' ltength
2. Fotgcd and macbin"'l
3. Precision c3.St
4. Thick al mid ehotd
5. Thin u:ailing tdt!
A B c
2 J 5
b.
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c.. 2 4 3
d.
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(A) : Throl11ing pmC<:lls te:ol
:8"5"" ;\1 tnilinl tt:tnperJture higher than
nuax.imum
accOtllJlo1nied by decrease in temperature
oft he gus.
Re:ogon (R) : Joule-Kelvin coefficient f<J i
given by (il'l'tq,), ond should have a
positive value l'or decrease in tertlperahu'e-
during throttling proc<!Ss.
Both A and R are individully lruc and
R is Uoc cot:rect c.<plonutioot oft\
b. BoUo A nod R aro ,jndividuall) true hot
R is nolthe correct e.xplnnation of A
c. ,\ is true but R is ials.:
d. \ is fa.lsc bul R i> true
ruscrtion ( t\) : An ide> I regenertivo
Ranking cycle power plant willt
ste.1ni at the inlet to the turbine same
Utt'lmal as Camot cycle W()o$.ing
l)etwccn the uouc 1t mpco'3UlJ't: limit.
Reason (R) : The in of
stc.un dur.ing expansion in the turbine ls
equal In the ch>nge in entropy of the feed
\1 atcr during lteating at steam
j!c110tOlOr ]ll'OSSUJ'C,
a. IloUo A and R or" iudjvitlu.Uy true :md
R is the GOI'I'I:lct "-'<pbruotion of A
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Rill not the correct e.xplnnation of A
e. A is tma but R Is false
d. A Is fll tse but R is true
69 As.eninn (I\) ; Oct:me '"'"'1- < used for
mling M !\tell; in ignitino et1gin<!.
Reson ( Rl : nf " fitel i
deJlncd ''" perucntagc hy voluone, nt' tw-
oe.tunc in tt .,,i}tturc of iso .. (.Citu\c .u\d u
methyl naphthalene.
Both .:.. and R IU'C indivi<lwllly true nnd
R i the corrocl explanulion of A
b. Both A nnd R are individually true bur
R ;,. nollhe correct explanation of A
c. A is true t>u1 R is fale
.1. A is false hut R i true
7(\. Assertion (A) : Power generated by a four
stroke en.gine working on I lUo cycle
higller lhau tl1e power g.mer.1ted by a two
SU'oku &: :n,ginc for the same swepl volume.
spocd, tcmpernture and pressur"
condihons.
Reawn (R) In four stroke eng.ne nne
Cycle is \!OIIIJlleted in hVO tevolutinns.
h. lloth A and R are individually una
R i. tl>c com:ct ""'Planation ol' A
b. 130th A ond R nrt' trUe hut
R is 1101 the coocct Cl<l>lnnatioo uf A
c.. A i> truo but R L fot.e
<L A i.9 hut R is true
7 I. ;\S$erlion (Al : A <!1)UOI<:r ftt)\1 h<:>JI
i thcnnodynumicaUy mor!'
U1o flow type
Reason (R) : A cow>ler How heal
h.M a lower LM'l'D ror the me
u:mperature conditio liS.
!:loth A and R ore individuolly true ond
R is coroect explonnlion t>f A
b. Bolb 1\ and R. nre individuoUy true but
R 1s nnttllc cnrrt>ol. tll(tllu.na.tion nf A
.:. A is true bul R is fol>c
<L A is fo t.e but R is true
72 Assertion (A) lf tl1e hoal !lu.x iu 1ool
boiling over J Jwriz.onlnl !iutfnCc.l iK
incre:tsed aoo,c U1e critical beat llu.x.
lc:mpcr3lll{c ditference l>e1Wet:rl the
:t11d Uquid do:reases
Reason (R) : With heat llul'
beyond \Ulue C.QfNSJlOilding (j) tlto
critic.1l heat flux. o is reached when
10 ol l r.
the m1o offormotlon of bubbles iuo high
that they st:crt (o coalesce blanket the
surfot'C \\ ith u vnpotu lilm.
a. BoU1 A ond R """ true ond
R is lhc com:ct ""Plalt.ltion of A
b. BoU1 A Slid R oro: lndtvido<tll\' tru but
R i; not the correct of A
c. 1\ i> true but R ill fruse
d. 1\ is fll.lst but R true
73. Assetiou (A) ' Decrease of pressuR: and
incn:asc of lcmpernture of the rc frigor.onl
io the suction pipeline connecling 1ll
evaporator to tbe l'l!cip>ocoling compre.,sor
Ute rfrigcrnling capacity of tlt"
system.
Rcoon (R) : Dcco'Oasu of pl'e!..,;ure and
inorcose of tcmpernnore of the retrigeront
in the suction 11ipeline connecting the
.:vaporutor to the compressor l'<l<luc<'S tl1e
volumetric cffici.uncy or the recipl'o..:aling
compressor
'' BoiJl R ore inrlivid'IIJiy 1rnc :md
R is ohe """'''" c:xplon:otion nt' t\
h Btl A >nd R 3ro inolivioluolh moe
R is n(lt the c<ltT&L <IXI>l:onoticju of A
c. A is true but R is f.llse
d. A i flse but R is true
74. Assertion \A) : For l'erlicIIY immersed
SUrface, the depth 11t' th1> centre Of pr<.,.SUI'C
i> Independent ofU1c dcnity of tile
Rcnson (R) : of p1ossure nbovc
U1e centre of area of the imme1'Scd
a. Both A nd R lli'<: individually truo and
R is the corn:cl explannlion ot' A
b. Both 1\ and R ore individualh true
R is not the explonation of A
c. A h1te hut R false
d. .\ is false bui R is true
75. ,L\..sertion (A) : $treomlin..., can cross one
anot.ber if IJle lluid has higher velocity.
Reason (R) : AtM1ft1cient ly high velocity
U1e Reynold& number is high and at
suffiL'iently hiBh Roynold$ numbet'>, U>e
stroctwe ot' the llow is of LUJ'bullml type,
a. BoU1 A 111\d R""" individu>ll)' and
R the corn:c.t Cl'lplnnolion of A
b. Both A and R inclividuollv true bul
I{ is 1101 the correc-t el\PL1nati.m of A
c, ,\ is !nee but R t3l<e
d. A is hut R is true
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e.tablished il> now downm""m ul
m1 orifice lllalc. it will n:tum to
pressure thot it h!Ml U!>'lrtom nf the orincc
plate
Rc.s(ln (R) S..Tnoulli' cquolinn 11hen
opp)ied hel\\ een I\\ n point< .. ing the
S3mt "'"' ation aud 1 gi""" the
>>me P"'Murc 11 these
,\:and R :uc indi1idually true and
R is the com:ct expl>.nallon or A
b. Both .\ ond R ore m<li\ true IJU1
R .. DOl the CCln'CCI C.'q>bnotion nr"
" A i511UC hut R;. fle
d A is folsc but R is true
77. A.u.;rtion (,\) .. \.ircran ore. sloucd
to control scl"'ralion ol' boundary layer
esl>""illr ol br11-e onglc:. ol' a11.1ck
Reos.on (Rl : helps 10 the lift
the aircrli <:.'In tkc offl'mon. and 1Md
rum\.:t) S.
a. Buth \ nnd R lore ondividWIIIy l<uc <ond
R tloc cr)o-n:el CXJ!lomol ir>n ul' i\
b. Both .\ ond R arc iOHiividuolly 1ruc bu1
R L< not the correct <::<planation of A
c. A i tnoo but R 1!1
d. A;;, but R true
78. J\ncrtion (A) Reynold; number ""'"' be
""'" for tbc model,
lnunoosco in Oo11S
Re:oson ( I{) ; Equolitv of Reynold> munher
for model ond idie;
dyWlmic imilarit)
.1. BoOt l\ and R urc indJVidWJily true
R os the correct cxpln.stion of/\
b Bolh \ and R arc indi\ iduall) 1ru.:: btu
R b not the <orr<:et of i\
c A is lnlC but R i< flse
d A " flsc bul is true
79. Ass<:rtion 1.\) .-\ nurnool hock
males a hllp<:nnnoc 00\\ nf compreo.,hlc
JluJd but an >hhque sh<,.;k ma)
nOt eruow-e llo11 ihod..
Rco>OO (R) A nonuol sho.:l """'"""" the
":wgn.allon pro..su_rc and
enthtlp) considerably 11 bQ'cas the loss at
uhliyuc hud .. " monornit<\1.
1 !Jolh .-\ oud oro ondll'tdually true ond
R is con"CI CXJ>laowtion af A
t l ol l t>
b Both A Rare in<hviduull) ltue
R is not the CO<Teclc.Xplonution Qf A
c. A is true bul K is false
d. . \ is false bul R is true
SO. Aseniun (,\) <entnfugal
pumps ore only oflhe ratlilll Oo\\ l)pc .
Rcoson (R) : In centnfugal
JlUntp, ho or more iinJ)eilc:t" n: to
in&)<- sb.>il und <nciO!Ic:d in the '"'me
casing, the radio! inkt to ucc<:MI\'e
impellers heing made through guide'"""''
a, Both A and R ...., true :md
R ;, the oonect esplaoatioo ol A
b. Both A ond R m: ind1''idU.11l) !rUe l:>ul
R is not the correct cxpl.>natiou of.-\
c. ,\ ts tru" hut R 15 flsc
d. A 1S false but R is true
As<ertion (A) l..arge reaction hU'hme<
haw l!igbcr O\'cnll eOicienc;v than the
small reaction tutbuJC>.
Rc...,n (R) Tile clliclcncy of
smll re>ction horhincs iK h ightr th:on th:ll
1f lorgeo nnc:s.
:o. B<>l)o A ure inJivoiluolly true :md
R is t)\e com:el Cl(pl3u:otim nf A
b. l3nilt A and R indi-vidually true hut
R is uot the coorect of A
c. A is true but R is fle
d. A is f-.lsc R is true
82. As<ertion (A) Impulse staging t
commonly unployod in high pressure prut
and rc:action sbging iu inlcnuc:diatc low
pressure part oflhe steam lurhinl:'
Reaon (1<) ; The tip lcokol!" aero-.
moving blado5 os less on impulse os
the: pre.,wn: drup is smll ud there"""- be
l.ugc pressure drop =n fixed and

.... Both A and Ran: iodniduaUy true and
R is the e.xplaruuioo of A
b. Both A and R ...-e ondi1 odull;v INC hut
R is n()l the correct C'CplJMiiofl nf A
c. .-\ IS tnoe bot R is false
d A os false but R is true
S.1. Assertion lA) : In C<ln>lmt pr'Cs<Ure I) Jli:
gas turbines. quanhl) of ir ts U>cd,
in of ib <!ombu.,tion
Rcoson (R) : Execs aio ;, used lo
"''"'l"'nsolb fm inevitnblc uulo tluc lo
in lht ystem.
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a. Both A and R are Individually true rutd
R Is the con'l!ct explanation of A
b. Bmh A and R are 1ndividu;tlly true but
R Is not the correot explanation of A
c. (I is true but R is false
d. A is falso but R is true
A heat. pump for domestic
operates between a cold system at oc and
tJoo hot S)Stem at 60C. What is the
minimum electric power consumption if
the heat rejec.ted is 80000 k.J/hr?
lkW
b. 3 kW
c. 4kW
d. HW
A Caroot refrigerator requires 1.5 kW/ton
of refrigeration to maintain a at a
teonpemture of - 30C. The C.O.P. of the
Carnot refrigerator is
a. IA2
b. 2.33
c. 2,87
d. 3.26
In a stanclard dunJ air cycle. for a fi .xed
amount of he<U. suppliecj and a fixed \'3lue
or compression ratio. lhu IUI.!CUl
pressure
a. Shall increase with i ncrease i11 r
0
(pressor< ratio for constant volume
h<rdling) decrease i n r,
(constant prt'j;sure cut-ol'fratio)
b. Shall increase with decrease in rr and
i lltrC:H.SC i 11 r c
c. Shall remain indepe11dent of r
1
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d. Shall remain indcpend"nt of r,
Bomb cnlorimeter is used to determine the
relorilic vulue of
a. Solid fuel onl>
Gase-ous fuels only
c. Solid as well. as gaseous fuels
cl. Snlicls as well as lioels
i
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I ---- A
89.
90.
'II.
92.
11ofto
Exhaust emissions vs. Alr fuel ratio curves
for a petrol engine arc shown in the above
figure. The curve C repn.>se.nts
a. Hydro carbon
b. Carbon dioxide
c. Curbon monox.iM
d. Oxides or nitroge11
Orsat i; used to detennine
prod nets or
a. A II consrhucnts of fuel combustion by
mnss
b. A II c<lnstitucnts of fuel combustion by
vOILime
c.. Only dry constituents of combustion
by mass
d. Only dry c<lnstituems of oombustio11
by volume
Match List (Measuring Appliances) with
Lisr II (l'roperriesiComposition of Fuel)
anu sekct the correct answer :
List !
(I. H) d1'1m1eter
B. Bomb calori mewr
C. bomh
0 _ Orsat apparatus
List II
) . VapOUJ' pressure
2. Composition of products combustion
3. Sp<.oci fi e J>'111Vity
4. lkating value
A B
a. 2 I
b. J I
c. 2 4
d. 3
c
3
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2
D
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2
I
4
For a simple closed system of constant
composition. the. between
nel and work inlernctions is
idenriliable as the ch:mg,e in
a. L7nthalpy
b. Enll'opy
Flow euert.')'
d. energy
It' the performance of diesel engines ol'
different sizi!S. cylinder dimensions and
power ratings to be compared. which
<f the followi ng parameters can be used
for such comparison ?
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o. Swept volume
b. Air fuel ratio
e. Specifi c brake fuel consumption
d. Volumetric cllieiency
The propulsive of a turbojet
oirco-.11 approaches 1U0o when the thrust
approach<:><
-a. Maximum
b 50')o of the maximum
.:. 25"o
d. Zero
Iolcollify the l""""'s Yuo whic.lo Ul c twu
integrols J pdv and - J vdp .
between two siv.:n give
wdue
a. l!lentloalpic
h lsothermol
c. lsentrop1e
d. Poiytr<lpic
\Vhid> one of lhe foiiO\>'Ul phenomenon
occo<S when gas u1 a pistonin-<Jylioder
a'-Sombly axponds reversibly at

"- Heot is added to lhe g:l!l
b. H""t is removed froon the gas
c. Gns does work from its owll stoo'Cd

d. GM undcrgO<.'S diabolic expansion
During now tl011tpi"Cl;SLOII pl'oCO!S
of ,, gn with mass flow rote of 2 kg s.
in.;,e.,.e in st>ecific enthalpy 15 k.Jikg
aJid di'Crease in l;inetic 011"''8) 2 k.Jil(g.
The rate (If heal rejtlll ion to Uto
h 3 kW. TI1e power needed
to drive the compressor is
P. 2.) k\\'
h. 26 kW
c.. 29 k\1
d. ;\7 kW
Consider the folloWing :
l 'l.ert>lh law of thermt><lynamiC!I i,
ot lnted If> te,nrernt.uo:e.
2. P.nl'rbp) is reliolcd lu lirst law of

3. lntcrruol energy of "" ideal gas i.<
function ortempcnture nnd pressure.
4. van der equation ;. rclnted to
un idenl s
13 ,,, 16
Wloich of Ute nbove iinre
COrrtel 'I
a. I only
b. 2.3 and 4
c. l and 3
d. 211ncl 4
9K ('l:J., e<mt.:oined 111 a clc:>st:d sysltro
consistillg t>f pi'llon cylinder >n'1lngonocnl
is cx.pnndod. Work dono by tl1o gas during
C'<:J>3nsion i& 50 kJ OI'Crease in ontemal
of the ga5 during cXI>ns hln U. 30
kJ. u, t IJarur .. durin!1- lhe poucoss i.<
equal to
. 20 kJ
b. 20 kJ
c. 80 kJ
d. - 80kJ
99. Vruo dcr Waals' equation of stole is given
by \p + a t\-')(\ b) = RT. The b
in the cqu>liun in leMJIS of spe<:illc volume
a! .:ritical point v,;. cqunl lLI
a. v.J3
b. 2 v
c.. 3 v
d. 8n I (27 v, R)
100. Slllurntod ol " lugh r>'""""'' pl
having entloolpy ql' .. nmoted li<111id 1\)00
is Umoulcd to n l<IWcr pn:ssure p, , At
Jll <:nthnlpy of snturted liquid
lond 111 of lhe ... ' 'pour rc: 800
and 2800 klikg 'fhe dl)'ness
lrction of vnpou.r ofter throttling process
is
a. 0. 1
b. 0.5
c. IW2S
d. 0.8
lUL J\>t. !dl Loll l (T.:rms) wii!J Li!t ll
(Rclntions) arid solocl the correct omwcr :
ListT
A. Specific heal i.ll l"'nsL'lr)t volume C.
B. lsotloannnl compressibility kr
C. Volume expnnsivity f:l
D. Difli:ra>ce between p<:<:ill.:. heat :ot
con.'i. lant pressnrc :tod :tt constant
volume, t,- C,
U st ll
I. II > (Clv/ Cl7'),
'J, T' !l'pi PT' ),. (""I m ),
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3. t(o.vl aT)
.t. - tl v(ola
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b. 4 1 J 2
c. 3 4 I

d. 4 1 2 J
Consider the following stalemenlS
pertaining to the features of a regenerntive
Steam cycle plant as cqmpar<d 10 u non
regenenuive plant:
I. It increases the cycle ctlicicncy.
2. It requires a bigger bqilcr.
J. It condenser.
Which of the above statements are correct?
a. 1.2andJ
b. I and 2
c. 2 and 3
tl. I and 3
I OJ. For a steady flow process li'om slate I to 2.
enthalpy changes fmrn h, = .100 kJ/kg 1<1 h2
= I 00 kJ/kg and emropy changes From s, =
1.1 kJ/kgK to s
2
= 0. 7 kJikgK.
Sunounding
temperature is JOOK. Neglect changes in
kinetic and potential energy. TI1e change in
availabi lity of the is
a. 420 kJ/kg
b. 300 kJ/kg
c. I KO kJ/kg
d. 90 k.Jikg
I 04. For a heat engine operating on the. Cam<1t
uyelc. the work Otr\pul is ll4th of the heal
transferred to the sink.. TI1e elliciency of
eogi nc is
a. 20%
b. 33.3%
c. 40%
d. 50%
I 05, Consider rhe following statcrncms about
modincation ln a gas ttll'binc power plant
\\Orking on a simple Braytlln cycle
I. Incorporation of regeneration process
increases spocitic work output as
as tberma I efticiency.
1. Incorporation or regeneration process
increases ll>ermal el'licieucy but
work putput r<mains
uncharged.
,,flit
3. Incorporation of intcrcooling proces
in a multi-stage compression system
in"r-eroses speci foe wCi rk output but the
heal input also
4. Incorporation of intertooling process
in a muhi-stoge compression system
inc,reascs specific work putpuL the heat
addition remains unch<!rg<'d.
Which of the above statements are correct?
a. I and 3
b. I and 4
c. 2 and 3
d. 2and4
I 06. March List I with List II and select the
correct answer using the code.; given
below ll< Lists :
107.
Lisrl
A. Bell Coleman c.ycle
B. Stirling cycle
C. Ericsson cycle
D. Diesel cycle
Lisr ll
t. One constant one constant
volume arid two isentropic
1. Two constant pressure and two
isentropic
3. Two constant pressure and (WG1
isothem1al
4. Two consU!nl volume:. and two
isothermal
i\ B c D
a. 2 3 4
b. I 3
c. '2 4 3
d. J 4 2
I.
ilPl'
'
>
.J J,cK
1.1
2.
r t::::I
r I "'
...--.
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
3.
o' l
! I 0
S---+
The correct sequence ofahe cycles gfVt'll in
the above T-S diagrams
a. Vapour compression refrigeration,
Rankine, Diesel, Ono
b. Rankine. Vapour compression
refrigeration. Diesel. Brayton
c, Rankine, Carnol, Ol1o, Brayton
d. Vapour compression refrigemainn,
CarnoL Diesel, Otto
1()8. l'he absolute jet exil velocit)' from a jel
engine is 2800 mls and lhe lnrward Righi
vclocily is 1400 m/s. Tite propulsive
efticienry is
a. 33.3JWo
b. 40%
c. 66.(>7%
d. 90%
I 09. rhe efficiency of jet engine is
a. higher ul b.igh speeds
b. lower at low speeds
c. higher a1 high a lliaudes
tl. ''lune al all altitudes
I I 0. A metal rO<I of 1cm diameter has a
conductivity or 40 W/m K, which is to be
insulated with an insulating material of
conductivily of 0. 1 W/m K. If the
convective hear tronsfer coefficient with
tlte ambient UUIIOSphere is 5 \VIm
1
K. 0"
criticalthick.nessofinsulolion wi ll be
3. I Cl11
b. 2cm
c. 7 em
d. 8 em
Il l. Match List !(Process) wilh List II
(Predominant Association Witl
the Process) and :>elecl ahe correct answer
using the codes given below lbe Lists:
List I
A. Mass transfer
B. Forced convection
C. Free convection
D, Transie111 conduction
List 11
I. Reynolds Number
15 of 16
2. Sherwood Numbcr
3. Malch Number
4. Biot Number
5. GrashorrNumbcr
A B c I)
3. 5 2 J
b. 2 5
c. 4 2 I 3
d. 2 J 5 4
112. The velocity <rnd temperature dlstribudon
ln a pipe Oow are given by u(r) and T(r). If
u.,; is the mcnn vcloc.iay at any of
the pipe. I he hulk: menn lempcrnture al th!ll
section is

a. J 11( r) '/'( r )r' dt

(l.
J"tr) 'r(r) dr
Jr 1r
c.
'J''(,. >flr Jdr
, '
o -1triJ
1 ,,
d.
"",ro "
113. For full)-dcvclopcJ turbUlclll now in n
pipe wit.h heating. the Nusseh number Nu,
varies with Reyoolds number Re and
number Pr as
a. R/
1
r,"
b. Re(;S 1',01
c.. Re',s P ......
d. R.
1
'" P,q
3
114. Consider lhe following statements in
respect of uulomobile engine wilh
ihennosyphon cooling
1. transfer frtm gase. 10 cylinder
wal ls takes place by convection and
rndimion.
2. Most of the heat transfer from radiator
to atmosphetetakes place by radiation.
3. Most amount of heal From
radiaaor ro atmosphere takes place by
c.onvection.
.J. Ileal transfer from cylinder waits takes
place by cqnduction und conwclion.
Which of the above statements are conect?
a. 1,2and4
b. 1,3aucl.J
c. 2. J and 4
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
d. I and 2
115. A bod} at 5UO K cOOls b) mtliuling h)
almm;phcrc maintained nl 30U K.
When the i">ody has cooled to 4(j(J K. the
ctlllng ratr us a pcrcco1ll!gc of nriginal
ctlling is about
a. 31. 1
b. 11.5
c. 50.3
d. 80.4
116. l'rnclion uf radiative energy leaving " ""
surface lbat otl1cr surl"ucc is
called
u. Radlutl w fl ux
b. Emissive of the lirst surracc
c. View !actor
d. Re-radiation nux
117. A lin nod surlilce consists of rool or base
area of I m' and lin surlucc area of 2 m'.
I he average heat transfer cocnicicnt lbr
tinned surfhcc is 20 Wlm, K. Effecti veness
of fi ns provided is 0.75. If llomed surface
11 ltl1 root or base tempera lUre l1f soc i:>
transferring hclll to a fluid at soc. then
rate of he:n lransler is
a, 400 w
b. w
"
1000 w
d. w
118. Which one of the following is p-l
Jingrnm rnr air rclrigerntion cycle'?
a.
p

r
__, ,,
b.

__ ,-,--
c.

I I ' ----,,!
--.:=;-;---
d.

--+I
119. Mutch List J ll'roccss) wilh List It ('l'ypc)
lor Bell Colcmnn or Joule or
Brayton cycle lor gns cycle rclrigemtion
and select lhc com.-ct nnswcr:
1211.
Ust l
A. Compression
B. Ileal rc;jcction
C. E.'pansion
D. Ileal nbsorption
List II
l. Isobaric
2. lsotllcrmul
3. lsenlropic.
4. lscntbalpic
A Il
3. 3
b. '
c. 3 2
1.1. 3
c u
4 2
3
3 2
2 2
Consider tho fl>llowi ng in
respect of al1sorption rdrigeration and
vapour compression refrigerntion systems :
I. The lormcr runs nn low gmdc cntrgy.
2. The pumping work in the is
negligible since spccitic volume of
stmng liquid solutl<m is small.
3. The. J(Htcr un absorhcr " hilc
thrmer uses a generator
4. rhc I i..tuid pump alone rerluct:s
t'QmprCSS\lr uf the I alter.
Which of these stntcmcnLq nrc. conccl'!
a. I :md 2
b. I and3
c. I and -!
d. 2 and 4