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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING J
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PAPER-I
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II small sphere of outer area (1,6 m
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lotaUy enclosed by a large cubical bail.
The shape factor of hail wit.h respect to
sphere os 0.11!14. Whatos the measure of the
internal side ofthe cubical hail'l
a 4 111
b .S m
c. 6 m
d. Ill 111
ln a l'apour compressor refrigeration
system. the compressor capacity fs 2100
kj/minute 3Jld he.'\1 rejection factor is I l .
Whnt \\iU. respecti,ely be d1e heat rejected
from the condenser and C 00. P '1
a 5040 kJ/rnmute ru1d 5
b. 2520 kJ/rninule and 5
c, 1520 kJ/mmute and 4
d 5040 IJ/rninut., and 4
Which one of tbe following statemems is
C()rrecl'!
In a domestic rcfTigerator periodic
derrosting os requo red because frosting
a causes corrosion or materials
b. reduces heat extraction
c. overcools food stuff
d. partially blocks
Air at 35C DBT and 25C de11 (,IOint
temperature passes through the water
shower. hose temperature 1s maintruned at
zoc What is the process inrolred''
a. Cooling and humidification
b. Semible cooling
c. Cooling and dehumidilicahon
u Heating and humidification
5 Consider the follo11 ing statements
I The specific JS Ote ratio of Ute
mass or wacer apour 10 the mass or
dry air in a given volume of the
mi:"\ture
2. The relacire humidity of the
atmospheric alr is the ratio of the.
actual mass of the water \
1
apour an a
6.
7,
given volume to thnt 11 hich i 1 would
have of ot \\ere saturated at the same
temperature
3. The degree of saturatoon is defi ned as
Lhe ratio of !he specific humidity at a
lo the specific humidity of tbe
mixture when saturated at the same
temperature
Which of the stalemems given above are
corre<:l''
a. l and2
b. 2 and 3
c. I and 3
d, 1, 2and3
Atmospheric air 81 dry bul b tempermure of
tsc enters a heating cool 11 hose surface
temperature is maintained at 40C. The air
leaves the heating coil nt :!5C, What will
be thf) bypass fhctor of the coi I'/
a. 0,376
b. 0.4
c. (l.(i
d. 0.67
Veloci ty of air passing through u
rectangular duel and a circular duGI is
same. Which one of the Following Is
correct e'pression for the equivalent
diameter of the ci ocular duct in respect of a
rectangular duct for the same pressure loss
per unit length? (a and b are the lengtl1 and
breath of the rectMgular duel cross
section)
a+h
a,
ab
b,
2ob
a+b
2a
C,
a-b
d
1b
O+h
Whtch ouc of the following swtements is
correct' I
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" Eftecli, e temperature Is Ute indox
'' hich correlates lhe combined
elf air clry hulb tcmpcrnturc. aic
hurnidity nnd air IJJ)ou
human comfort
b. Tbe value of ofti:ctive tempernun-e in
winter and summer be '"me for
humun comfort
c. EIJ'e.:live t<anpernLure and wet bulh
""'one nd Ute
II. The volue of cll\lc.tiw lcmperutur<>
slwnld be higher in Winter U1n1o in
summer for comfort
Which of thd tollowing nrc n01mally
cle$ired comrort cundiion in "" air
system?
n, 2YC DBT ruod so,, RH
b 22"C 013'1' and 9()')., RH
c. 15\ PBT and 75o RH
d. 1sc DBT and -1(1% RH
ln an air conditioning plant the
refrigeration load Oil the coil b lOll Tit
Tho mns nnd enthalpy of nlr leaving Ute
coil ore 420 kg/minute ond 4(1 k11k
respectively. What will be the enthalpy of
tire air at Ute inlet to the coi l under tl""e
condition> 1
d. SOkJ kg
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90U
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kll
C, 100 U/kg
d. 1112.5 kJ/kg
U' uf contc3ction Jl the \ 'CIJ:I
cuutroac j,; <:<jUOI tn 0.()2, U\tU wbot will
btt the dynamic loss in. suddeu
conlrnctic>n in duct1
(1. 0.25
b. 0.375
c. o.ss
ol 0.65
An of gravity 0.9 b.as Vis<W.!Iity
of 0.28 Slokos ot 38"C. W1L1l will be it
in Nsim2.'f
. 0.2520
" (1,03 11
"' 0.0252
d. 0.0206
Which I!IJC o'f tbe JiJUO\\ iug i8 thv COitL'<:t
expc..,ssion for the criticn l j>resurc rMio of
" nozzle'/
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15.
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a. [flf
b. lflr
e. ( 2 \-71
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d. r-
n- 1
Who! is the crilicaJ pressure rotio for
isentropic no<!Zie tlow with ratio of
<pecific b.:aB as 1,5?
a. (tl.Sr'
h. ((},g)l ..
c. (1.25)
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d. ( 1.25)'
Consider the follo"-ing statements
1. The speed of r<)totion of the moving
clement of gas turbines is much
lUg her titan uC sh:arn tubine$
2. Gas IUrhine plants. and
larg.,.. in W: lh>n steam turbine lllnts
3. Gas turbine require cooling water for
its opuraliQJl.S
4. AlmoSL any k.iod of fuel cau be used
with gas turbines
\V11ioh of tho given above ""'
correct?
a. l and 2
b. land 3
e. l nd 4
<L 3 and 4
Which one of tl foUowing is tltc fb>tUL'C
of press ure compounding ( Rete:Ju
staging.)1
a, Low efficiency m low rotational speed.
b. High with low fluid
vt:lncilie'i
c. High eiiiciency with high tlnid
velocities
d. Low eiiiciency at bigh cotational
speeds
Jn Parson, rcuct.ic)ll turbines. the 'c:tc.dt y
diagram tl'iungiC!I at the inlet arid <l llt.lcllll'C
which of the lbllowi118?
a.
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b lsoscdes
c, Rtght-unglcd
d. Congruenl
Which or the folio" ihg statements is
correc(/
In rcctprocoting compressors. one sllould
auu at compressing the air
a. l'uliabaticnlly
b. I scntroptc ali)
c. isotltcrmul l)
d.
ltt Parson's turbinu if (U) ts ttoa.lc ungk.
lhett wllm is the of
the ht(binc'l
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C(IS ll'
{I HOS<t)
2cos' a
(1 +Cos' a)
2cos' a
{1-c<lsa)
cos' a
(1 + 2cos' 11)
Whm is the value M the r(hcm
multi-stage lllrhinc'?
a. I.OJ ro 1.04
b 1.1 0 to 1.20
c. (J,90 lo I ()()
d. 1,10 to us
rnctor fn
A nuid l lows lhrough n
passage as showu in the above diaarnm.
The ' 'elocity of the flUid nt the poml A is
400 m/s.
Which one of the lollowh1g is correct"
Allhc point B. the fluid
a. an incrca.;e In velocity and decrease '"
pressure
h a decrease in vdooity and in
pressure
c. n decrease in velocity and pres
J <f l b
d an 11tcreasc in vclocily :md pressure
22.. In which vnc of tl1c following s1ean
turbines. steam iS taken from various
points along the turbine. solei) for feed
water heming?
a Extraction turbine
b. Bleeder turbine
c. Regcnernt1vc turhmc
cl turbine
23. Which one of the lollowrng ts the correct
expression lbr 1he degree ol'rcaction lor nn
a-:ial-llow compressor'l
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20.
a.
b.
c.
d
Work inpul lo the ro1or
Work inpm to Lhc
or en1halpy on the rolor
Change of emhalJIY in the s1age
l>ressurc rtsc 111 the ro10r
' ise it1 lJh! stage
ISCIItflliJic work
Actual work
Asseni<>n (A): A simple or elenlerrlill\'
curburc!l>r provide< progressively rich
nnxturc. with incrcusing air flow.
Rensou ( R) 111e density of lite air terJds 10
Increase as lhe nue of air now llterea.<.:s.
a. Both A and Rare individuall) true and
R is 1hc correct expllUlati<>n ol A
h. Both A and R individ11alll 1n1c hnl
R is 1101 the correct CXJ!IanaLIOII of' /1
c A is true but R is lalse
d. A is fulsc but R i,
Assertion (A): In lumped Cltlltlcity
lhe gradicnl wilhin
Ute system is neglrgibk.
Reason (R): In analysis ofluntped Cltpncil}
lhc thermnl c!lndutl iVII'V M the
is considered hi!lh
n respective of the si7.c tJf the
a. Both A and R tlfe individu:tll) true lllld
R d1e corrcti. explanation of A
b. !3oth A and Rate individuoll v true but
R is not the correct e."(>IMario"n of A
c. A is lntc. h11t R Is fnlse
d. A is fulse but R is true
'lssortion (A); SuiJ cool ing of rdrigcrant
ilqmd increases d1e cocfHcient of
performance of a refrigeration cycle ..
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Renson (JU: Suh cooling rodUCC$the work
re.quiremcmt of a o:frig.:rolion cycle.
a. Both ,\ :md R are individually true and
'R is conect eXJllanation of A
b Both A and R are individt1.1lly true bm
R is not the .:xplanution of A
c, A IJ ue but R is
d. A is but R Is bue
Assertiou (A): A circular plate i
imtncl>lcd uo a it>
touching Uu: fl'e\! !lUJface :&ud tl1c: pla.r1c
mnkes an angle fl with the free surtace
With different vnlues of 9, the position of
uf poossult II he diflnt.
Reason (R ); Since the cenu-e of pressure is
dt>Jl"lldt:nt 011 second mom"''' oJ nrca. with
dilferl'111 \'41= e of. secoo(l of
M'e.'t for the cirotilar plate wil l cluonge.
Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explution of A
b. A and Rare individullv trve but
'R is not tlte correct 11f A
c. A is I.Jue bul k ;,,
tl A is hut R is true
Asserlion (A): In a .. upersonic nonle. with
sonic condition at lhe throat. any reduction
of dowustroaru pnlSSuro wiU uol be felt ul
the i.nlot of the no7zlc.
RcJ<ln (R): The c>u>cll
of lmtx:rs<,mie tlhw!ii rrnvels nt
s1nic which c.lJlnnl JlrOJ)agMe
upstr3nt by Mnch cone.
u. Both .\ and R lll't iJJdividu>JJy true and
R is Uuo con'llct cxplan>tion of A
b. Bolb A 011d R arc individually true bul
R 1;, not the or 1\
c. A is tmc bul R is false
cl. fobc but R. i true
Ascrtion (t\): For the .aouc power. Ut<>
o1>1or of on impulc turbine nce<l not lx: "'
l:lrge ns that of a reacli<m norhine.
Reason (R): In the case of a reAction
turbine. wa(eo has In he admitted to th
ruwtt:t' OJ'tluud its cnli1..: cin:umfcrcucc.
a. BoOt A and R lll'e individually true and
R is Lbc coro..,cl cxpl=tion of A
h. Both \ aud R !Ire individWIU) true hut
R is not the correct cxplnnlllinn of A
c. AU< ttuc but R is
d. A is false but R is true
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Assertion (A): For higher specific speeds
rndil llow pumps the gn!4test
dliciency.
Reaon ( R): Pumps ha,'ing larger
discharge under sruollcr haw highi:r
spocific
a. Goth A and R ore individuall)' true. and
R is the c<>mlCI e><plonntion of A
b. Both A nnd R aro1ntlfvidualll true but
R is not the .:orrect cxplanatio.n ol' A
c. A is tn>e but R is r.,lse
d. A is fLe but R i$ bue
Assertion (.\) : fhe volul.c casins of a
ceottrifugal t}ump helps in creating the higb
velocity head n""'ssary for enabling water
flow upwnrds to a higher level
Reason (R): Tite water llow' lbrough u
divetfring llil9S"ge in the volute chamber
a. Both A nod R 3f'e individually true and
R i$ the correct explanation of A
b Both A and R nre ittclividully true hut
R is not the cotTI!<!t explaMtion of A
c. <\ is true hut R i false
d. i\ is bul R is true
Which one of the folll'wong correctly
def111es I K. as per the intel'llolionally
accepted dofiuitiou oflemP<'ralurc scale')
a. lll OOll.o nf lh" dlff.:reuce between
normal boiliu.g point :md uonual
frow.ing point aJ: water
b. l/27j, I Sib of the norm" I frut:?.ing
point of wler
I 0() lim ell the ol ifl'erence between the
pnint .,r >nd the noronl
point of water
d. 11273. 15tlo ofilie biple point ofwoter
ho a steady-now adiabtic turbine, tloe
cilllllgcs in. ilie intctml entl>>lpy,
kinetic energy and potcntiol cnOl'gy of the
working fluid. from inlet to re - 100
kJ/kg. 1-10 kJikg. - 10 kJ/kg Dlltl 0 kJtkg
rospoctively. Which ono of the following
gives the amount of wqrk developed by Ute
turhine?
. 100 k:Jikg
b. 110 ld lkg
c. 140 kJ I!<Jl
d. 150 kJII<g
An idcnl gas undcrgu<-s au iolilerm;ol
from tote R to .t,.te S m
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turbine ns shown 111 lbc dmgrnm given
bclo\1
2.0 - - -
u.bar1 0
T
0 I 0..!....-.. \'(m ' )
The area of shaded region ts lOOO Nm.
What is the amount is turbine "ol'k done
during the process'/
a. 14.000 Nm
b, 12,000 Nm
c, I I ,OOl/ Nm
d. I tJ,OOO Nm
170 ld of heaL is supplied to a system at
constnut volume. Then the system rejoots
18lJ kJ or heat at constant pressure and 40
kJ of work IS done on tl. 1'ho system ts
finally brought to 1rs original stat<" b)
adiabatic process. If the Initial value of
mtemol enorro is 100 k.l , then which one
of tile following statements is correct''
a. highe.st \'Slue of intemn1 cncrro
occurs ol the end ol' the constant
volume process
b. The htgbcsl value or mlemal cncrb'Y
occur.; nt tile end or consmnt pressure
process
c. The wgltest aluc of mlemal coer!:}
occurs n.frcr adiabatic cxpansiou
d lntcmnl energy is equal nL nil points
An insulated bqx contnmlng 0.5 kg of a
gas having C, = 0.9X kJ/kg, K l'alls from n
balloon 4 km Jbove the enrtlo s sud'ace.
Whnt will be the tcJnperaturc rise or the
gus when the box bots the ground'/
a, 0 I(
b 20 K
c.
d. 110 K
In a heat <UJgi ne opcratiog tn a oyclc
between a source temperature of 606(
a sink temperahore of 2oc. whnt will
be the least rate or heat rejec-tion per W
net output of the engine?
n. 0.50kW
b 0.667 kW
c. l,5kW
So( II>
d. 00341 kW
Two recrsiblc engine operate between
lhcmtal reservoirs at 1200 K. T
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K and 30(1
K such that I st, engine rcceh es ilent [rom
12()() K rcscnoir ,1nd rejects heal to
thennal reservoir ol T, K. while 2nd
c.ugUJc receives heut Croru
rcscnoir at T
1
K aud rejects bcJL to the
thennal reservOir ul 3UO K The effic1ency
of both lhc ongoncs ts equal
What is value of tetnpCr.lturc T, ?
400 K
b. 51Kl K
c. 600 K
d. 700 K
39 A perfect gas ul 27C was bc;tlcd until its
,-olume was doubled using the following
U1rce different jlrocesses separately
1 C On5tanl pressure procc,ss
2. lsO!I>ermal process
3. Jscot!opic process
Which one of the follo11ing is the eorrcc.t
sequence in (he order of i ncreasing vaJue
of ti1e Jiual temperature of the gns reached
by using the tbrce different
processes?
n. 12-3
b. 2-3- 1
c. 3-2- 1
d. 3-1-2
411. A system undergoes a process during
which beat t!ansler to the system per
degree increase io is ghctl by
the C<Jnntlon
dQ I <IT ; 1.0 kJ/"C The work done bl' the
pet degree !ncrcssc ln tcmpctnlure
is !Jhen by the equation
dW/dT = 2 H. l T 1vhcre T 1s in c. If
dunng the process, the temperature of
water ,aries from IIJOC to 150"C. what
wtll be the cbange Ul internal energy'/
'" 125 kJ
b. -250 kJ
c. 625 kJ
d. - 1250
41 One kg of air is t.o tlJe following
processes:
I. Air expands from 6 !Jar to
3 bar.
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1. Alr is to volume tot
con5t3nl pressure. .
3. Heat is supplied to nir at constant
volume lilllhe
4. pressure becomes Ulfeefold
Tn which Qf ol,ove process.,., the
cbonge 111 enb'OJ)Y I' ill positive?
a. I and 2
h. 2 nnd
1and 3
(J. 1. 2 nnd 3
What will be tl1e loss of <WaJiabla enwljy
assodoted with U>e transfer of I 0(\0 kj of
heot from constant tempenture sy.tcnt at
600 !>. to nolltcr ol K when lhu
emimnment temperature is 300 K'l
a. !50 ld
b 2.50 kJ
.:.. 500 kJ
d. 700 kJ
llto vjril1lion of ptt:S-5Utc with
t"llpel'Oture fnr a liquid ;, 0, I
at ..11)0 K. 'llte pecili c vofum"" vf
soturoted liquid ond dr) saliu'altd vpnur
.tl 400 K oro 0 lSl und 0.00 L m3 1tq.
Whal will be the volue of Intent heat of
Vll poriz.,.ion using C' lnYPcnm
etju.11illn?
" 1600(1 kJikg
b. 1600 k.Jikg
c. IIM)O J,;Jikg
cl I ()(} k j/kg
Which one of the fctllowing the
COndensation Of a mil<tUre Of snturated
liquid :and $a\Urnted V3pour on
enlhalpy-ontropy diagrom
a. A hotiz.untallitto
b. An incliued liuc uf couslartl slope
1!. A vc:l'tkaltinc-
(l A curved tine
For a two-stage uir
.:omprussor. the suction prussure is LS bar
and tho delivery pressure i 54 bar. Whlls
the value of the ideal inlencooler pr.,.sura'/
a. 6 bM
b. ? bnr
Q. 27.75 bJJ'
d. 9/ .,fi bat
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-18.
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Which ol the t'ollo"in_g action($)
lncreMt(s) the knocking in the Sl
engine?
a. lncr.:asing mixture
rollo 1.4
b. Rcl3rding the spa.iland increasing Ut.;
compress ion ralio
c. lucrcosing tho oompressiou ratiu and
reducing engine speed
d. [no.roo.,ing both mixture strength
heyond equivolenoe l .4 and
the compression rtio
Which Qf lbe tollowing feahtn.>(s)
used in the cCtmhtt<liun design lu
t'tlduco Sl eJiginc I.Jwck.?
a. Spark plug locotcd owoy from
,-olue, shJ_pcd combortion
t hilmber nncl ll:tme i.r.wel
disl:ance .
b. Wedye shJ'<'<I combustion chmber
c. Wedge h;tped .:ombustion
""'1 short namu I ravel distance;
d. SpMk plug locatcd awoy l'rorn exhout
\ ' O lue. !hort illlme trove I distuoce itnd
ttidc vnlue design
Which of lite following f.1clor(11)
I he tendency for knocking in
Ote CJ. engine'/
a. lncreosing both the compression rnrio
aml thecooluullemperatomo
b. lncrcosing bt>lh U1e f1Ced and lh<>
injc.;;tiun udV:11'cc
c. lncrcosiug the sp<:cd, inj(:elioo advance
uoli coolant loruperature
d. rncrc.as-ing lhu- oomptcssiou rntio
1\1J toh List I (:;1. Enf ine Opl'lltionol
Mode) willt List T1 ( Atr fitol RAtio by
Mass) and select the correct onswer;
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A, Idling
B. Cruising
C. M:tx.imum puw"r
D. Cold
List Il
l. 4: I
2 10 : I
3. 12.5 : I
4. 16 : I
5. 14.8:1
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lhe l'ollctwing sratetncnls for
multi-jet Clll'burelor-
L Acccleration jet is located just behind
the lhrotllc value
2. Idle jet is located close lo lhc choke
3. !\f:tln jet alone !HIJ'plics pclroJ ut
normal engine speed.1
Wlaicb of the s tntemenl given above nrc
curro:<.1'1

h. 1 and 2
2 and 3
d. I :md 3
Tho toichimueuic air fuel ratio for petrol
i 15 : L \\1oat i tllo aulfual ratio required
tbr maximum power?
;r, 16: l- IR; I
b. LS: I
c. 12 : 1 - LK : 1
d. 9 : 1 - 11 : 1
Con.ider ll!e fol!owill, $lall:ments witlt
reference to oupercltnrging one. engines
L Reciprocating compressors ar<f
inv3rinbly used for htgh degree of'
supe1charging
2. RolMy comprusors like rools blowers
quio suitnble lot lo" degree of
sup<ni:harging
3. t\xil>l Oow compressors are most
<X>mrnonly employed for supercharging
dlosel cngioe; llscd in heavy duty
lrOusporl vehicles
4. Centrifugal .:<>nip"""'''"' ore for
turbo -chorgiug
Which of tl1d given nbo\ ll
COrTCCI'/
" 1 and 2
b. 2 and 3
o. I
d. 2 il.lld
53. 11><; jet exit cloeity fhun a
is 2700 n,c fo"Yaalllligbt velncity io
54.
55.
56.
7 1>1 f {,
l350 rnis. What

the propulsive
emciency of the llnit'l
a. 90"-'>.
b. 66 .66"u
c. 50'1o
d.
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What is U1u rntlo of thickness
lo momentum for linenr velocity
llistribution overn Oat pi :ate'/
. u
b. 2.0
2. 2,5
3. 3.0
Consider the li llowiug !ltnlerncnts
n:g:mling l>miMr subbyer <Jf bc1un1lory
layer n(lw
I. The laminar sublayer nnly in a
"'lliun lhal occurs before !be forlllalion
of laminar boundary layer
2. The l:uninur sublnyer is n 1 next
to the -w31l where the \ li.scous force is
predominant while the rest of the Oow
is turbulent
:>. The l:lrninar ubloyer oucur<:b only in
turbulent flo\\ pM! " srnoollt plate
Wbioh of Ute s ivcn abo\'c isi>l"'
correct?
D, L2rutd 3
b. 1 and 2
c. 011ly 2
d. land 3
Matcl1 List I (lllow Depth) wiUt List II
(BIc FJydrnulic Condition Associ:ltcd
Therewith) nnd sclact tho correct amnver
List l
A. Conjugate deplh
B. Critical depth
c. r\llcmotc de-pth
D. 'Normal d"flth
Lislll
1. Uniform fl ow
2. spdciftc energy
3. Minimum specil'ic energy
4. Same spocitic fa reo
5. Some bed slope
A B c D

3 5 I 2
b. 2 J l 3
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
c. 3 2
d. j 4 1 2
A 10 nun diomeler 2m long straight
uniform pipe -a .steady llow of
(visoos[ty 1 .()1 centipoi.sesl the of
3.0 pot minute. Wbnt is th11
:approxlrnnle valu" of the. shear strC..'i!i on
th" intllm l wall of the pipe'!
<t 0.0166
1>. jl,081 2 dyne! em'
c. 8.12 dynicon'
rL 0.9931 dynC>cm
2
Whicl1 one of the foUow ing is the Cflu'cd
expression for the area of now fur "
circul;u channel? !Where !l = half the
anglo subten<lcd by Water surface Ql tl"'
.J<:nlre and R ; of tho circJJI3t
chnru>el)
II. n>( 2f) sin22(J )
b. R' (fl sin
2
18 )
;:.. 2R'(2tl -sin211)
d. 2R
2
(!)-sin 26)
A 1.0 m long model of a ship is towed at
speed pf81 cm/s in a towing tn.nk. To wb>t
speed of the hip, 64m long does this
COITe<flond to'l
n, 7,2(\ mls
b. 6.48 m/s
c. $.76 rn/s
d. 3.60 m/s
In Oow condition bo!IJ viscous uno
grovity force dominnt" nnd both the
Froude numOO.. and the Reynolds numher
the in I and prototype: and,
the ratio of kinematic viscosity afmodd to
tlu t of tho prototype is U.089.l . What l; the
model
a_. I :
h. : I
c. 5 : I
d I : 5
i\ ohip whose full lengtb is 100 rn is to
tmvel at 10 m1s Por dynamlc similarity.
\vith what velocity sht)uld I : 25 m(Kld
ofU1" sb.ip be towed?
n. 2 lOIS
Ill.

611.
liS.
8lll l (>
b. J()ms
c. 25 m!5
d. 250 rn/s
Mllllh T (Type uf Model ) lvilh tl
Transt(:rence R11t in fur Velt)Cil)' ) and selec.t
correct """" cr;
List I
A. model
B. Froude model
C. \Vebc'f modul
D. Mltcb model
Lit. u
..[/[r;
'2. Jr. (p,l, )
3. I I I ( p,/, )
4. >Jg),
(where symbols g, IL p. a and k hav<> U1eir
usul mcuings and subscript r ' l'ofen to
the ratio)
Codes;
A.
b.
d.
A
3
3
2
2
13
4
4
c
2
2
3
3
D
4
1
4
I
Au oircr:rO i flying at a speed of km/11
at au altitude. "bere tit<> allnusphtoric
is - 20"C. os Ore
Df>proximatevalue of tl1e !Yfaoh numbeq,f
the aircraft?
a. 0.653
b. 0.697
c. 0.2411
d. 0.231
Jn a parfoct gas having ratio of spcciJic
os lA whnl ;, the strength of
nunnal shi)Ck with upstt'e!lm number
cqWl l tO 5.o7
. 27
b. 2ti
c. 29
d. 24
Which one oF the li>llowing sllltement.s is
r-,levatll to Ute spe.:ific speed of a
centrifugal pump?
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
66.
67.
68.
69.
n. rlcod developed is unity disc-harge
is unity
b. Hei!d developed l unity and power
ab:.orbi:<l is unity
c. Discharge is uni\Y ond power absorbed
is unity
<l E:lclt ol' hed ikvelol)ed, power
lind is equal to
unit)'
A ceuttifugl pump needs 1000 W of
power when operatmg nt 1500 rpm. Whnt
1s the power if the ol'
the pump is iJtc't'eascd to 3()00 rpm?
... 2000 w
b. 4000 w
65Utl w
" snoo w
l'wo centrifug"l pomp< hRve unpellers
with oulc:l' dimensions uf 02ch e4ual to
twice the inntr dinu.- n.sious. 1"11c iru1cr
diameter of the impeller is three
times the inner diomaer & the urst one.
What is llae speod rotio NyN1 of pump>. if
tho pumps art n:qulred to develop the
me man metric hoad to Stnrt delivery of
\\ater'?
9
b. 4
c. 112
d. 1'3
W nler required to be lifted by J I() k\\'
pump fr(>m a depth of lUll m. If the pwnp
is U>t>b)e t11 lift th<: wnter. Oaen wlticb one
ofU1e loll owing is
a, A greatm oop3cily pomp hl1lll0 b< usdd
b. A diometet ddivery pip<> bus to
he used
c.. A !urger di:uuoter suctiuu pap< has to
he used
cL J\ rnuhi$tnge puinp Ito. to be us<:<l
Which one of Oao following is coa.w.t?
In positive dlsploC<.>monl pump.-. the slip
can !iometimcs be negative when the actunl
discharge is greater than the theoreti.cal
disclwrge. This happens in
n. small pipes ctoupled with a IO\\
hcntl
h. smnll suction pipe$ coupk<tl With a
mcdiutu deljvery her.ul
70,
71.
72.
73.
74.
? ol Iii
c. long suctlon pipCII ' coupled willa low
deliveo heod
d. long <uction pipes coupled with
medium deliwry
A cenlrifugol pump ot 1()0(1 rpm
o head of 30 m. If the s peed r.
incrcnscd to 2000 rpm and th.: pnmp
operaies with the same efficiency. what is
the"""" developed by the pump'/
la. 60 m
b. 90m
c. 120 Ill
d. 150 Ill
What i5 Ou' rangu of the spt.'<'d 1'11tio 9 for
Knplan turbine for its most efticfent
operntion'l
a. 0. 10 "' 0.30
h 0,43 toO 65
c. O.S5 to 1.20
d. 1..1(1 to 2. t)O
Mnt<:h List I ('I ypc of Model) with List Jl
(Liqoid Handled) and elect the' cmTecl
auswer:
List I
A. Closed impel!.,.- pUtnJ'
n. Semi-open imtleller pmnp
(' Open impeller pump
List D
1. S>ndy watea
2. .\cids
3. water
Codes:
A B c

'
"
2
b.
'
2
c. 2 3
d. 1 2

'
An impulse turbine npc'roting with" s ingle
no7.zk h"S " sp<:<:d of 5. \Vhat "ill
be the apjli'OXimule SjiCt-d or Ote
turbine if the turbine is oper:<teci with one
more additional nozzle oftlte me size'/
jl, 4
b. 6
r:. 7
d. to
Two centrifugal pump 'A' nod n
opcn1te at their m::.ximu-m at
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
1000 rpm 500 rpm respectively.
Against the delivery pump 'A'
diselmge I m
1
/s and p11mp B 4
t<:of1CC1ivd). Wh:tl is Uoc ratio of
pe<.'ll (N, ), (N, )a?
" I : '2
b. 1 ; 1
1: 4
d. 4 : 1
75. W.tl (Specific Spc-..d) wiUt Lit II
(Expr<lllsioo ' nwguitudc) and select
correct :a.uwer
7(),
List!
A. Specific reed nf tmbinc
B. Specific spcud of pump
C. Specific speod of pel ton wbool
D. Specific $J)Ctd turbine
List U
I. N../Q I H"
2. N../PI H"
.
' .
50 - 25U
4. II) .5()
Code..:
A B c D
.. J 2
b. 3 2 1 4
2 I 4 3
d. 2 3
Which of the following pairs
corrt!etly
is not
o. Centrifugal pump : Rotating blodes lu
the motor centrifug:tl head
b. pump: Poftivc
displocc'ment pump
c. 'f11rbine pwnp : Cerotrifugal pump with
guide vnnes
<L Gear pnmp : Gear Ieeth work like
t'OI.1ting blades to cenui.fugal
hCDd
77. 1\latch Li<t I (Flow Pa.rumeier) wiUI List U
(Type of Turbine) I!Itd scloot lbc
answer:
List I
A. Highhc-ad
B. A.xiol flow
C. M.i$cd fl nw
D. Higb sp...::ifio
78.
10 ul Ill
List U
I. Francis turbine
2c Polton wheel
"
Kaplan turbine
Codes:
A B c D
a. 2 3 I
b. 2 3 2
c. 2 '
'
'
"
d. 2 2
' Wlrich one of the to !lowing statements is
COrr<'<!t'l
When a tluid passes (Tom the inlet to exit
of t'Oior in a. centrifugal pump,
tangential momentum
a. incrcas_...s and increases
b. doorea.s.:s and eno,rgy
""
n:mJ:ains and cn<rgy
d., ......
d. IUCrCOLSCS ud energy 1\.11\atn.s
unchanged
79. A Fruncio turbine COUJIIcd lu ""
altemator to electricity with a
frettuoncy of IJ'Oo<o alternator has t2
pole:;;. then tile Ultbinc bould be tegulntul
to run at whtch one of the following
constant speeds'/
80.
81.
a. 250 rpm
b. 5()(1 rpm
c. 600 rpm
d. \0()() !]lUI
CooLidcr the !lollovuog lnlemoniJ!
regarding waste he.ol boilers
I. Wostc-heot boil= placed in thO> path
of exhaust gases
2 These are frre tube boiler\!
3. Tha portion of the heat ll'ilnsfer
in uch boiler is due 10 C()nveetion
\V1rich of the statements glven abnve are
conecl'l
a. I. 2 and 3
b. I and 2
c. land 3
d. I and 3
C<>nicler tho tbllowing stntemcnlli
l'e!t:lrdlng performance or turbojet engineS
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
J. The tbrusl decreases. ot hig,her a hitudo
due to reduced demiry of nnd
lnwc::r mass Ou\Y ot' air.
2. At subsonic speeds. tlte effect of
incrctucd is to the air
fl ow nnd lhn1st iucfeile
3. The- rdolivc velocity of jot with respect
to the medium decreases at higher
speeds which tends lo reduce lhe thntSt
-1. For turbl)jct engine the chrust of. jet
subS<Jnic pecds rotnJtins relatiVely

Whic.h of the 11hovc arc
correct'?
a. 1.2. 3 nnd l
b. I and 3
.:. I. 2 and 4
d. 2..3 311d 4
82. Consider the following. for
NOx rmtis-sions from LC.

I. Foonolion of NO.. depends upoll
combustion lempemlure
2. Formation of NO dcpc'tlds UIMIII type of
coolant. used
3. 1:..'1\hn-ost gas iS- an
effective. rneans for control ofNO,
4. Activted Plntinum is used t{Jr
1 eduotion of NO ..
Which ilf the statements ght.11 ob"'"' arc
corrcc-1'?
n. I nnd 2
b. I. 2 ond 3
1!. 2 nnd -1
d. I nnd 3
Consider the folio" ing Exhanst
en1issious of e:ubott monoxide from spa1'k
ignition cnginu arc.
J. 111aiu.Jy fuul- aiv tu.ixlure strength
dependent
2. in the rouge of zero tu
3. nn:asurod with the help of an
intrumonl working on the princ.iplo of
non- dispetSive rnfm_,..,d a11alysis
1. c<>ntrolled by the use of a two woy
c:atalytk convertor
Which of tho gi'lcn above arc

11. I and 4
b h nd 3
1 I of I 6
c. land3
d. 1, 2, 3 and 4
84, Which one of tho following order. is the
c.onect order of pa"5ing lhe flue _gases
through the diffe1'011l absorbents (in the
flttSks) during ;malysi$ in Orsat apparatus'?
. hydrol'id.c solution
$Olntio,; of pyrogallio ocid -
cuprou chloride solution
b. PotD.SSium hydroxide solution
eupro\IS chloride soluhon -
solution of pyrogallic aeid
c, Alkaline of pyrognllic acid -
cuprou:! solution - potassiu111
hydro.'<id" so lntion
d. chloride solution
potass1om hydroxide solution
alka line solution of pyrOj!aUic acid
85. An engine using OCl3no- oir mixrure ho.<
N:. O, CO;:. CO and H,O as oonslilucnls
in the cl<!taust gns. \Vltich one of tlte
following can be concluded?
:t. Supply is t.oichiometic
b. Supply ml:<turc hos incomplete

c. Supply mixture is rich
d. Supply mixmrc is ICZtn
86. Which one of the following statements U.
87.
COmlCt'/
ln CANDU type nucle:u reactor
a. nufurnl uranium js used :1.$ fuel :md
wnter ns moderalt>r
h. nnll1rl urnnjnm is ;Is fu1 ;m(l
ht::1vy walc:r as !iltKierulqr
c. enriched urnninm is used as lirel and
w:ster as
d. enriched urnrtium i. ltsecl as fuel and
h'*-'UVJ water ns mod.:ralor
Mtttdt List I (Mnterinl) with ll
kind elect the com.:cl
List l
A. Plutonium- 239
B. TIJOrium- 232
C. Codmium
D. Oruphitc
List IT
I. F<:t1ilc m11Lcrial
2. Control cods
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
88.
89.
90.
1/ I .
3. Modcrwor
Fissile material
Codes:
a.
b.
c:.
d.
A
"
1
1
4
B
3
J
c
2

-1
2
D
I
1
I
J
Which nne nr the li>llowing Slalelli<>IIIS is

The curve for unslCad) stmc cooling or
healing or bodies is
a parabolic cuno asymptotic to lime axb
h. exponential curve asymp1otio to time
u..xis
c. "'JI(Inenlial curve asymptolic roth lc>
time and tCJnpermurea.,is
J. Hyperbolic curve ayrnplolk b<>th to
tintc and
What will be the goometric radius of' heat
trunsfer lbr a hollow sphere of innor and
vutcr rudii q tuu..l r1?
a. [rl;;
b. r,r
2
c. r, It,
d. (r, -r,)
1\ ct)ll'I()I>Sitc Willi is moJe <lf' tWtl IUycrS u r
thickness 5o and o, having thermal
ctnductivc K and 2K and equal surfucc
at'llas normal to direction of heat llow.
The outer surfaces of the composite wall
arc at IOO"C and 2ooc rcspecliwly. The
heat transti:r takes place only h)
conduction lmd the required surtllcc
tempenoture at the Junction is 150 C.
What will be the ratio of their thicknesses
s, : 'ih?
a. I : I
h. 2
c. I : 2
J. 2 J
1\ hc111c1" pipe of I <>uter diameter i> tc>
"c insulated thick C) lindrical insulation
having 1hennal conductil'ity I W/mk. The
surface heat tmnsfer "'":mclent on the
insulation surface is 5 What is the
minimum enective lhiclmess tit' immlotinu
92.
93.
12 otltl
ior cuusing. U1c reduction in Jeabgc
lrom 01e hJsulalcd pipt'?
a. IOcm
b. 15 em
C. 19.5 Cn1
d. 2fl em
Match Lisl I (Ileal Excban,ger Process)
with LisL II (I cuop.:ruture /\rea Diagram)
and select 1he et>rrect
List I
A. Counter 1101' heating
B. Parallel llO\\ sensil>le ltetuing
C. Exaporating.
D. Ccmdcnsing
LisLII
1.
1.
J.

4.
5.
Codes:




A c:
n. 3
ll
II
2 b.
c.
d.
J
4
4
J
2
5
2
I>
2
I
5
5
Nusset munber for a pipe l111w heat
lranster cocllicienl is gh-cn by the
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
94
1)5.
%.
cqu.1tion Nuo : 4.36. Whic.h one ol' the
lilllowing combinations of conditions do
csnctly uppl y ltlf U!!c of C<jUotion?
L:1minar now and wa ll
tempera lure
b. now and constant waU bent
nux.
.:. Turbulent tlow aud const>ul wU
temperature
d. Lamiuar now conslanl wall
Oux
l\latch List I <Prooess) with L.ist II
(Predominant Parameter Associated with
th<> Plow) and seloi:L the cOJrectanswee
List!
/\, Tr>nsienl conduction
8. Mass transfer
(". Forced convection
0. l"ree
Ll$lll
I. Shenl'ood Number
2. l\l:tch Nurrther
3. Bjut Numb0r
GroshofNumbcr
.5. Reynold.> numbot

n.
h.
c.
d
A B
J
,
_,
c
s
2
5
2
D
4
5
4
5
Which one of tile following statement< i;
com:c1? 'fhe non-climcnsion.l
known as Stanton numbb1' (SI) i< Wjtod in
n. forcc'tl cvnvc:ction heot lrllnsfer- in flo11
over ilat plow
b. heal lmnsfcr with
laminar iilm lo yer
c. nutural C(lnvectj(Ul fJ':t.n!fll;.'f (}VCr
fht plole
d. ltc:31 traru;fer fmm bodie< in
wiUch intemal lempOfature gr.ulienl!;
c.mnot be nt:glectcd
ln a convective he.11 11ansfer situation
Reynolds number i very lrugo but llto
Prnndtl number is so mnU tltat tlte product
Re Pr io lhon one. ln .. uch
condilivn one l)f tltc following ;,

97.
98.
13 ul 16
a. 11tennal boundary 1.\yer docs not e)(is[
b. V3cou boundary Ioyer thickness ;.
less lhao Ute l.hermal bounduy layer
tltickn.oss
c. Vi.<ous boundary layer thickness Is
cqll11l to the boundill')' Ioyer
thickness
d. boun.dary layer thkklless ;,.
greater than I he lhamnl boundnry layer
thickncn
Ma tch l.ist l (Surface 1vith Orienltltions)
with List 1l (Equiv.llont and
select the c.untel Jlll'l'\\lcr.
List r
A lnfmile pot:tllcl planes
13. Body I cmnpktcl) encl<><t:d hy body 2
but body I iJ very -mall
C. Radiation llltCbnngc bolwee11 two srunU
gr3y bodie5
D .. Two concentric cylindcts with l:trgc
length$
E. L3t rr
I. "
2.
_1 _ _ 1 - 1
.::, -1
3.
1
-t)
4.

;\ B
('
0
; .. 3 4 2
b. 2 4 l
,
,
c. 2 1 4 3
d. 3 4 2
Two P""""' :\ :nul B uf same mh:.<i31
have r3dii l m and 4m and Wmperaturc-
4000 K od 2000 K respectively. Which
one of the following stnlcments is con-cct'l
The energy radiated by sphere A is
a. greotor than that orsphtrc 13
h. thn dtal or sphere R
c. eqnl (o that of sphere B
d. cqlllll to double lhnt ofsph.:re B
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
9?. For n opaque plane surface the irradimion.
mdiosity and emissive power are
respectively 20, 12 and I () W/m
1
.
What is the emissivity of the surface?
a. 0.2
b. OA
c. 0.8
d. 1.0
I 00. Two long parallel strf'aces. each of
emissivity 0. 7 are maintained at different
tempemlurcs and accordingly hnvc
radiation exchange between them. It is
desired Ill reduce 75% of this radiant heat
lrunsfe.r hy inserting tl>in parallel shields of
emissivity (0,7) on both sides, \Vh:u
Wluld be the number of shidJs'?
a.
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
I 01. The earth receives at its surface radistion
rrom the sun at the rate of 1400 The
distance of ccmre of sun li'om the surlace
of earth is 1.5 I 0
11
" ' and the radius of
sun is 7.0 10
8
m. \\lh;tl. is approximately
the surf.1ce temiJCrature of sun treating
the su11 as" black booy?
102.
a. 36)0 K
b. 4500 K
c. 5800
d. 6150 K
' 2
4
Whm is the value of the shape factor F,l Tn
a cylindrica:t cavity of diameter d and
height h IJCLWccn b<ltl<lni fuc.o known a>
surface I and top llnt surface known as
surt3ce 2'?
2/s
a. ---
2h+tl
b.
tl
d+4h
103.
14 ur to
c.
4d
4tl+h
d.
2d
--
2J-t"h
A hemispberical surface I lie;; over u
horizonUII plane SUIfacc 2 such that
conve.x ponlon of the hemisphere Is facing
sky. Whal is the value of the geometrical
shape titctor'l
a. 1/4
b. 112
c. 3/4
d. 1/R
I 04. A heal en wllh 30% officicncy drives a
rdrigerntor ol' COP. 5.0. What would be
the net heal inpu1 to he engine lor each
MIV of heat removed inlhc
3 . 66 67 kJ
h. (>()() kJ
c. 666.671..J
d.. 6600 !(.)
I 05. Mercury- water m;mumctcr bas u gauge
difference ol' 500 mm (dfflerence in
elevutfon (II' menisci). What will be the
diQC!rence irt pressur(}'!
I 06.
a, 0.5 m
b. 6.3 m
c. 6.8 m
d. 7.3' m
The bulancing column sllown in 1he above
diagram conwinS 3 I iquitls or dW'crenl
densities f' l, r 2 and p, . The liquid lc\cl of
one Limb is hI below d1e top level and
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
there it n dtft'erencc of h relative to that in
the other lrmb.
What willl>e lhe ex pres., ion for h?
a. P, f!,
t\ p.,
b
p, - p, 1\
p,
\!,. !!J 6 II
p, -
1l
1>. - p, 1\
p,
107. A circular annulat plate oounded b) two
concentric- circ les of diamoler 1.2 111 and
() 8 m is immersed ln water will its plane
making nn angle ttf 45" with the
hooizonUtl. 'Dtc centre of tbe ciJd"" is
1.625 m bdo11 the froc surf11ce. Wltal will
be the tfttal pressure forc.e on the t'uee of
l.bc 11lte?
a. 7.07 kN
b. I 0.00 kl'J
14. 14 kN
d. 1 8.01) 111'1
W8. A plate of rcclllngular shape having tlto
dimensions of 0.4 m x 0.6 m is immersed
in \\aler with ils longer side \'etticat The
total bydrosllltic thrust on one ide of lh"
plltc is estimated n 18 . .> kN. i\11 oth...-
conditions remaining the same. the plate is
turned thi'Ough 9()0 such tts IQngeo sid<>
remain \'eoticoL \\ 'h:Lt would l>c tltc total
L(m .. "JC on one face of the pbte?
a. 9. 15 kN
b. 18-3 kN
c.. 36.6 kN
d. 12..2 .kN
I 09. An open reconngulat bo:< of bm;e 2m ' 2m
contains liquid of speci.Uc go'llvity 0.80
up to a height of 2.5m. If lhe box l
imparted n vo:rlicall y upwnrd
vf 4.9 m/s
2
wllul \Yill tbc 1111 th"
bnc of tloe t;mk-.7
tl . 9.81 kP
b.
c. 3(t..S0kPa
d. 29.40 kP
110. A constml-heod water tank has. on one
of iL 1c'tti0<11 ide. two idcnt.ical mell
IS nl 16
oriliees issuing twn ltorizont;ol je4 in the
some vertical plane. 'J'he verticol disillncc
hell ten the coo le-n< or is I .s m
nod the> jet illl""!CCt t u 110iot
0.5 m below the lower orifice. What i.< the
approximutt height ot' water level in fht
t:11nk ab<wc Ott: point ()f intefflection of
lrojccrorie,?
u. I.Oon
b. 25 m
c. 0.5 111
d. 2.0 m
Ill. The components of velocity ill a. two
dimcll.ionl frictionless luoomprcssible,
are- u t
1
+ 3y 3nd V -: 3t f. 3x.. \Vh:at Is
Ute tlrroximate resultant total acceleration
at the poittl (3. 2) and 1 = l 'l
a. ;
b . .19
c. 5'1
d. 54
112. '11tc function = x' / is
ol>serve<l for a two dimansional tlow lic.ld.
What is the magmlude of lhe velocity at
point ( I. - 1)?
. 4.24
b.
c. ()
d.
J Which one uf the st11tements is
conct"t!l
Jrrogatiomtl !low is chardti<OrizeJ as lloe
ouo in which
a. the 11uitl flows olong i>lrighl fuoc
b. the fluid does ncl t r<Jtstc as i1 mO\cs
nlung
c. tho no! of fluid pnrtid,z about
Uu:ir rn.ils..'i cc-nhm'i rerhain.s u.JI"t'
d. the s-tre:rml.im.'S of fl<mt nro cw-v ... 'tl and
closely pacod
114. A 20 em dinmctcr 500 m long water ripe
with fi'iclion ()()25. leads li'om a
cqru;tanthcnd reservoir nod tcnninatcs Ill
Ute delivco-y end into It nozzle dbciLotging
intn air. (Negloot all energy loss<lli other
tltan tltose due to pipe friction). What is
the approxirnnk diarocter of tl1o jet for
maximum power''
. 6.67 111111
b. 5,98 111111
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
c. 66.7 mm
d. 59.M mm
115. Which of the following functions represent
the velocity potential in 3 two-dimensionJI
tlow of n ideal fluid'/
I +
' .
2. 4x- - 3y-
COS (X y)
-1. lan
1
(xlyl
Sel.:ct UJc com:ct on.wcr u.sillg the
given helo\\
n. I nnd 3
b l nod 4
c.. 2 nod 3
d. 2nnd 4
116. pressure drop fot n rulolively loll
Reynolds number flow in o 600 mm, 30m
long pipe line is 70 I;Pa. \Vhnt is the wall
sbear slres'l
o. () PA
b. Pll
c. 700 Pa
d. 1400 Pa
117. A pitot-latic tune (f' : I) i.< ucd to
atr With water in the
diUbrential manometer and n gouge
deterrence of 75 nun. whol u Ute value of
nir if p 1. 16 kgim-'?
n, 1,2 1 rnls
b. 16.2 ml
c. 5.6
cl 71.2
118. Match List 1 .Dcvic<'S) with
List U (Measured Poramctcr) ond select
the correct nnswer using the code given
below:
I ist I
A. Pilot tube
Micr<>-manometer
(' Pipe bend meter
D. Wllpres.o;ure lap
Listll
I. Flim sb tic prtssur.:
2. RMe of Dow <lndiroct)
3. Dillcrcnliol presswc
I Ill
4. Flow sillgnation pressure
Codos:
B c D
3 2 4
b. 4 3 2 1
2 3 4
d. 4 2 3 I
l l>ull ll
M>tch I (Variobles in L:uninnr
Boundary Lver F low over a FbLP iatc Set
to Sh-cml Li!it n
fu<pression with usual notation> I
and select the com;ct ts ing the
l.!odt:S giveo
List r
A Boun<lary layer t.hickness
B. .-\ coeflicic:nt
C. Shear stress at boundarv
Q. Displncementthickness
l. i$t ll
I. l.n91../Ur ,.
2 0332p(. ' 1 .Jux 1 ,.

51h x1U
4. 0.864./.1 U.t
5. 1.32HI ./UU r
Codes:
A B c
a. 3 5 4
b. 2 4 I
c. 3 5 2
d. 5 4
D
2
3
J
2
120. A (Jot plate, 2m U,4m '' parallel to a
unifonu stre:am of ;ttr (densil) L2kg/m'
and visco>ily 16 ccnti5Lokes) wltl1 its
shoner edges along lhe now. 111e
vel.ocity is 30 km/ h. What is the
approximate thic.kncs of
boundary b yor nt Uw. duwnstr<:nm end or
the plate?

1.96 TTITTI
b. 438 mm
c. 13. 12 mm
d. 9.51 nun