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GATE ME Solved Question Paper 2001

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GATE-2001
ME:MechanicalEngineering
1.ThisquestionconsistsofTWENTYFIVE
su
b-questions
(1.1-1.25)
ofONEmarkseach.Foreachofthesesub-questions,fourpossibleanswers(A,B,Cand
0)
regiven,outofwhi
ch
onlyoneiscorrect.A
nswer
each
sub-question
bydarkeningthe
appropiate
bubbleontheOBJECTIVERESPONSESHEET
ronsi
usingasoftHBpend
l.
DonottheORSforanyroughwork.Youmaylike
10
usetheAnswerBookforanyroughwork,ifneeded.
(25
x
1
=0
25)
1.1
Thedivergenceofvector
r
=
xi
+
YJ
+
Zk;5
(/I)
t;
J+k
(e)
0
(b)3
(d)1
1.2
Considerthesystemofequationsgivenbelow:
x+y
=
2.
2.x
+
2.y'"
5
Thissystemhas
(/I)
onesolution
(/.»
nosolution
(el
infinitesolutions
(d)
foursolutions
1.3
Whatisthederivative
ofj(x)
=
x
at
x
=
O?
(/I)
1
(b)-1
(e)
0
(d)
Doesnotexist
1.4
Thegaussdivergencetheoremrelatescertain
(a)
surfaceintegralstovolumeintegrals
(/.»
surfaceintegralstolineintegrals
(e)
vectorquantitiestoothervector
quantites
(d)
lineintegralstovolumeintegrals1.5Foraspring-loadedroUer-followerdrivenwithadisccam,
(a)
thepressureangleshouldbelargerduringrisethanthatduringreturnforeaseoftrasmittingmotion
(/7)
thepressureangleshouldbesmallerduringrisethanthatduringreturnforeaseoftrans-mittingmotion
(e)
thepressureangle
should
belargeduringri~easwenasduringetumforeaseoftransmit-tingmotion
(d)
thepressureangledoesnotaffecttheeaseof
transmitting
motion1.6Theshaps
f
thebendingmomentdiagramforall~iformcantileverbeamcarryingauniformly
distributed
loadoveritslengthis
(n)
asuraightline
(0)
ahyperbola
(c)
anelipse
(d)
aparabola
1.7
Inthefigureshown,thespringdeflectsby
1\
toposition
A
(theequilibriumposition)whenamass
In
iskeptonit.Duringfreevibration,themassisatposition
B
ill
someinstant.Thechangeinpotentialenergyofthespring-masssystemfrompositionAtoposition
Bis
.!.kx
2
1
2
(11)
(b)
-h
-mgx
22'
1
2
1
(e)
-k(x+1\)
(d)
-h2+mgx
2
2.
1.8A
P
articp
leP
isprojectedfromtheearth
sur
faceatliatitude
45°
withescapevelocity
v
=
11.19
km/s.Thevelocitydirectionmakesan<Ingle
c
withthelocalvertical.Theparticlewillescapetheearth'sgravitationalfield
(a)
onlywhen().
0=
0
(b)
onlywhen().
=
4
(c)
onlywhen
cr.
=
90
0
(d)
irrespectiveofthevalueof
cr.
1.9
BarsABandBC,eachofneglehlemass,supportload
P
asshowninthefigure.Inthisarrangement,
,
 
(a)
barAllissubjecled
10
bendingbutbarBCisnotsubjectedtobending
(0)
barAS
b
notsubjected1'0bendingbutbill'
Be
is
5\1
bjectedtobending
(e)
neitherbar
AB
norbar
Be
is
subjectedtobending
(d)
bothba
1"5
A13
and
Be
ar
esubjected
to
bending1.10Theareamomentofinertiaof
il
squareofsize1unitabout'its
diaguflillis
I
(a)
.3
(b)
4
I
(el
12
(d)
6
1.11Whichofthefollowingstatementiscorrect?(al
Fl
ywheel
red
uces
speed
(I
uctuations
d
uringacycle
tor
aconstantload.butflywheeldocsnotcontrolthemeanspeedoftheengine
if
theloadchanges
(b)
Flywheeldocsnoteducespeedfluctuationsduringacycle(oraconstantload,butflywheeldoescontrolthemeanspeedoftheengine
if
theloadchanges(c)Governorcontrolaspeedfluctuationsduringacycle(oraconstantload,butgovernordoesnotcontrolthemeanspeedoftheengine
if
theloadchange
(d)
Governorcontrolsspeedfluctuationsduringacycle[oraconstantload,andgovernoralsocontrolsthemeanspeedoftheengine
if
theloadchanges1.12The51unitofkinematicviscosity(l'lis
(a)m
2
Jsec
(b)kg/m-sec
(c:)
m/ser::
2
(d)
m
3/ser;2
1.13Astaticfluidcanhave
(a)
non-zeronormal
andshearstress
(0)
negativenorma!stressandzeroshearstress(c)positivenormalstressandzeroshearstress
(d)
zeronormalstressandnon-zero
shearstress1.14AgashavinganegativeJoule-Thompsoncoefficient(11
<
0),
whentnrotteled,will
(n)
becomecooler
(oj
becomewarmer
(c)
remainatthe
sametemperature
(d)
eitherbecoolerorwarmerdependingonthetypeofgas'1.15Lumpedheattransferanalysis
or
asolidobjectsuddenlyexposedto
11
fluidmediumatadifferenttemperatureisvalidwhen
(n)
Biotnumber
<
0.1
(b)
Biotnumber>0.1
(e)
Fouriernumber
<
0.1
(d)
Fouriernumber
>
0,11.16TheRateauturbinebelongs
10
thecategoryof
(n)
pressurecompoundedturbine(b)reactionturbine
(e)
velocitycompoundedturbine
(d)
redialIlowturbine1.17Forthecirculartubeofequallengthanddiametershownbelow,theviewfactor
Fll
is0.17.Theviewfactor
F
12
inthiscasewillbe
(II)
0.17
(e)
0.79
(b)0.21'
(d)0.83
1.18Indescendingorderofmagnitude,thethermalconductivityof
(a)
pureiron,
(b)
liquidwater,
(e)
saturatedwatervapour,and
(d)
purealuminumcanbearrangedas
~)obed~)bend
(c)
dnbc(d)deb/!
1.19Shrinkageallowanceonpatternisprovidedtocompensateforshrinkagewhen
(n)
thetemperatureofIiquidmetaldropsfrompouringtofreezingtemperature
(b)
themetalchangesfromliquidtosolidstateatfreezingtemperature(c)thetemperatureofsolidphasedropsfromfreezingtoroomtemperature
(d)
thetemperatureofmetaldropsfrompouringtoroomtemperature1.20Thecullingforceinpunchingandblankingoperationsmainlydependson
(a)
themodulusofelasticityofmetal
(b)
theshearstrengthofmetal(e)theblukmodulusofmetal
(d)
theyieldstrengthofmetal1.21InECM,thematerialremoval
is
dueto
(n)
corrosion
(b)
erosion
(e)
fusion_
(d)
iondisplacement
 
1.22
Two
platesofthesamemetalhavingequalthicknessaretobebuttweldedwithelectricare.Whentheplatethicknesschanges,weldi.ngisachieved
by
(n)
adjustingthecurrent
(b)
adjustingthed
uration
of
current
(e}
changingtheelectrodesize
(d)
changingtheelectrodecoating1.2.3Allowanceinlimitsandfitsrefers10
(n)
maximumclearancebetweenshaftandhole
(/.I)
minimumclearancebetweenshaftandhole(c)differencebetweenmaximumandminimumsize
of
hole
(d)
differencebetweenmaximumandminimumsizeofshaft
1.24
Productionflowanalysis
(PFA)
isamethodofidentifyingpartfamiliestha
t
usesdatafrom
(11)
engineering
drawings
(0)
productionschedule
(c)
bill
ofmaterials
(a)
routesheets.1.25Whenusing
a
simplemoving
average
toforecastdemand,onewould
(a)
giveequalweighttoalldemanddata
(/.I)
assignmoreweighttotherecentdemand
datil
(c)
includenewdemanddataintheaveragewithoutdiscardingtheearlierdata
(d)
include
newdemand
dataintheaverageafterdiscardingsomeoftheearlierdemanddataME-2ThisquestionconsistsofTWENTYFIVEsub-questions(2.1-2.25)ofTWOmarkseach.foreachofthesesub-questionsfourpossibleanswers(A,8,CandDJaregiven,oulofwhich
onlyoneis
correct.
(25
x
2
=
50)
2.1MinimumpointofthefUllctionj(x)
=
(xl/3)-
x
is
at
(a)
x
=
1
(11)
x
=-1
1
(d)
x
=
.,fj
e)
x:;0
2.2The
rank
ofa3x3
matrixC(
=
AS),
found
by
multiplyinganon-zerocolumn
matrix
A
ofsize3x1andanon-zerorowmatrixBofsize
1
x
3,
is
en)
0
(el
2
(b)
1
(d)
3
2.3An
unbiased
coinis
tossedthreetimes.
The
probabilitythaitheheadrumsup
in
exactlytwocasesis
(a)
1/9
(el
2/3
(b]1/8
(d)3/8
2.4TWoheltcaltensilespringsofthesamematerialandalsohavi.ngidenticalmeancoildiameterandweight,have
wire
diameters
d
and
d
/2.The
ratio
of
I
ei
r
stiffnesse.;
is
(11)
1
(e)
642.5Themaximumprinciplestressforthestressstateshowninthefigureis
(b)4
(d)
128
(11)0
(e)
30
(/.I)
20-
(d)
1.50-
Thesungearinthefigureisdrivenclockwiseat100rpm.Theringgear
is
heldstationary.Forthenumberofteethshownonthegears,thearmrotatesat
2.6
(11)
Orpm
(c)
33.33rpm
(b)
20
rpm
(d)
66.67rpm2.7Fortheloadingontrussshowninthefigure,theforceinmemberCDis
(a)
OkN
(el
.f2
kN
(b)
1kN
(d)
1./2
leN

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