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Mechanical 2011

Mechanical 2011

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1.
Mediumdischarge,lowhead2.Highdischarge,lowhead3.Mediumdischarge,mediumhead4.Lowdischarge,highheadA.Peltonwheel(singlejet)
B.
FrancisTurbine-C.KaplanTurbineA
B
C
.a)
432b)
1
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1
3d)
1
2
3
2.Reversibleadiabaticprocessmaybeexpressedas(~)equal
to
a)
(V
2
/V1
Y+
1
b)
(v
2/l!lr-X
c)
(p
1/P2r-X
d)(Pl/P2Y-
1
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Agasissoexpandedinacylinderthatitstemperatureremainsconstant.Theresultingvariationofpressurevs.volumeisa)Aparabolab)Ahyperbolac)Astraightlinethroughorigind)Noneofthese4.,Accordingtofirstlawofthermodynamicsa)Massandenergyaremutuallyconvertiblec)Heatflowsfromhotsubstancetocoldsubstanceb)Heatandworkaremutuallyconvertibled)Camotengineismostefficient.5.Pickuptheincorrectstatementforcentrifugalpumps
a)Discharge
a
diameter
c)Heada(diameter).":
b)Head
a(speed)"d)Discharge
ex
speed6.
If
thedischargeofacentrifugalpumpisthrottledthenitssuctionlifta)Decreasesc)Remainsunchangedb)Firstincreasesandthendecreasesd)Increases
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immersedtoadepth
h
inaliquidofdensity
p,
andtiedtothebottomwithastring.Thetensioninthestringis
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7.Acylindricalbodyofcross-sectionalarea
A
height
H
andthedensity
Ps
is
a)
pghA
b).
(ph-p,H)gA
c)
(p-
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8.Amanometermeasuresthepressuredifferentialbetweeniwolocationsorapipecarryingwater.
If
themanometricliquidismercury(specificgravity13.6)andthemanometershowedaleveldifferenceof20cm,thenthepressureheaddifferenceofwaterbetweenthetwotapingswillbe
a)
1.26
m
b)2.72m
c)
1.36
m
d)2:52
m
9.FlowtakesplaceatReynoldsNumberof1500intwodifferentpipeswithrelativeroughnessof0.001and0.002.Thefrictionfactor.a)Willbehigherforthepipewithrelativeroughnessof0.001b)Willbehigherforthepipehavingrelativeroughnessof0.002
c)
Willbethesameinboththepipes
d)In
thetwopipescannotbecomparedonthebasisofdatagiven10.AliquidcompressedincylinderhasavolumeofO.04m
3
at50kg/cm''andavolumeof0.039rn
3
at150kg/cm''.Thebulkmodulusofelasticityofliquidisa)400kg/crrr'b)40x10
6
kg/cur'c)40x10
5
kg/ern'd)4000kg/cur'
11.A
fluidjetisdischargingfroma100mmnozzleandthevenacontractaformedhasa.diameterof90mm.
If
thecoefficientofvelocityis0.95,thenthecoefficientofdischargeforthenozzleis
a)
0.7695
b)
0.81
c)
0.9025
d)
0.85512.
A
fullydevelopedlaminarviscousflowthroughacirculartubehasthe
ratio
ofmaximumvelocitytoaveragevelocityas
a)
3.0
b)
2.0
c)2.5
d)
1.5
13.
If
the
surface
tensionof
water-airinterface
is
0.073
N/m,
the
gaugepressureinside
a
raindropof1mmdiameterwillbe
a)
0.146
N/m2
b)73
N/m2
c)
146
N/m2
d)292
N/m
2
14.A
streamfunctionisgivenby(x
2-y2).
Thepotentialfunction
of
theflowwillbe
a)
2xy
+
j(x)
b)2(x
2-
y)
c)
-2xy
+
constantd)2xy
+
jCy)
15.Thetemperatureprofilebetweentwometalwallsjoinedtogether-isshowl1
in
Fig.
Fromthefigure
it
can
beconcludedthat
a)
HeatflowsfromA
toB
b)Heatflow'sfromBtoA
!
265°C
25S
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16.AccordingtoFourier'slaw,amountofheatflow(Q)throughthebodyinunittimeisequalto
a)
KAdT
dxdx
c)K-
dT
d)
KA3!_dT
17.Pitchdiameterisequaltotheproductof
.a)Circularpitchandnumberofteeth
b)
Workingdepthandnumberofteethc)Clearanceandnumberofteeth
d)
Moduleandnumberofteeth
18.Thetensioninthecablesupportingaliftmovingupwardsistwicethetensionwhentheliftmovesdownwards.Whatistheaccelerationofthelift?
a)
g/4b)g/3
c)g/2
d)G
19.Whirlingspeedofashaftcoincideswiththenaturalfrequencyofits
a)
Transversevibrationc)Torsionalvibrationb)Longitudinalvibration
d)
Coupledbendingtorsionalvibration20.
Oscillationoraparticleisprescribedbytheequation
x:::;
3
cos(0.25m),where
t
isthetimeinseconds.Thetimetakenbytheparticletomovefrompositionofequilibriumto
.maximum
displacementis
a)
2.0
secb)1.0secc)
0.5
sec
d)3.0
sec
21.Iftwoobjectsareweighedinwaterandbothofthemlosethesameweight,thenthetwoobjectsmusthaveidentical
a)Specificgravitiesb)Weightsinairc)Densitiesd)Volumes
22.lkgofmoistairofRH70%at21()Ciscooledatconstantpressureof1barto
SoC.
Thevapourpressureat21°Cand5°Care0.025barand
0.0087
bar.Thepercentageofwatervapourthatcondensesintowater,at
Cis
a)
66%b)85%c)51%
d)
17%
23.Twosphericalballsofsamematerialandsurfacefinishhavetheirdiametersintheratioof2:1.Bothareheatedtosametemperatureandallowedtocoolbyradiation.Rateofcoolingofbigballascomparedtosmallerone
will
beintheratioof
a)
1:2b)2:1c)1:
J
d)4:1
24.Ninetykilogramsoficeat
oUe
are
completelymelted.Findtheentropychange,in
.J/
T/
'~'T
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('J
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f.".
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k.l/l
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105
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