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GATE ME Solved Question Paper 2004

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GATE-2004
ME:
Mechanical
Engineering
DI/ration:Three
HO/lTS
Maxi,,,",,,Marks:150
Readthefollowinginstructionscarefully.1.Thisquestionspapercontains90objectivequestions.
Q.
1-30carryonI'markeachand
Q.
31-90carrytwomarkseach.2.Answeralithequestions.3.QuestionsmustbeansweredonspecialmachinegradableObjectiveResponseSheet(ORS)bydarkeningtheappropriatebubble(markedA,B,C,
0)
using
Hf
pencilagainstthequestionnumber.Eachquestionhasonlyonecorrectanswer.Incaseyouwishtochangeananswer,erasetheoldanswercompletelyusingagoodsofteraser.4.There
will
beNEGATIVEmarking.Foreachwronganswer0.25markfor
Q.
1-30and0.5markfromQ.31-90willbededucted.Morethanoneanswermarkedagainstaquestionwillbedeemedasanincorrectresponseand
will
benegativelymarked.5.Writeyourregistrationnumber,yournameandnameoftheCentreatthespecifiedlocationsontherighthalfoftheORS.6.UsingHEpencil,darkentheappropriatebubbleundereachdigitofyourregistrationnumber.7.UsingHBpencil,darkentheappropriatebubbleundertheletterscorrespondingtoyourpapercode.S.Nocharts,graphsheetsortablesareprovidedintheexaminationhall.9Usetheblankpagesgivenattheendofthequestionpaperforroughwork.10.Choosetheclosestnumericalansweramong
U1e
choicegiven.11.Thisquestionpapercontains24pages.Pleasereport,ifthere
is
anydiscrepancy.
 
Q.
1-30
Carry
One
Mark
Each
dy.
1.II
x
=
a
(8;-sin8)and
y
=
a(l-
cos8),then
rix
willbeequalto
(nl
sin(~)
(b)
cos
(%)
(e)
tan(~)
(d)
cot
(%)
2.
Theanglebetweentwounit-magnitudecoplanarvectorsP(0.866,0.500,
0)and
Q(0.259,0_966,0)willbe
(a)
(d)
45°
(b)30°
(d)60°
3.The
sum
oftheeigenvaluesofthegiven
matrix
n
f
f]
(a)
5
(c)
9
(b)7(d)18
4.Thefigureshowsapin-jointedplanetrussloadedat
the
pointM
by
hanginga
mass
of100kg.Themember
LNofthetrussissubjectedtoa
loadof
(n)
ONewton
(b)
490Newtons
in
compression
(el
981Newtons
in
compression
(d)
981Newtonsintension5.
In
termsofPoisson's
ratio
(v)
theratioofYoung's
Modulus(E)to
Shear
Modulus(G)of
elastic
materials
is
(II)
2(1
+
v)
1
(e)
-(1
+
v)
2
(b)
2(1-
v)
1
(d)
2"(1-
v)
6.Twomatingspurgearshave40and120teeth
respec~ively.The
pinionrotatesat
1200
rpmandtransmitsa
torqueof20
N.m.Thetorquetransmitted
by
thegear
is
(a)
6.6Nm
(c)
40Nm
(b)
2GNm
Cd)
60Nm
7.Thefigureshowsthestaleofstressatacertainpoi
in
astressedbody.Themagnitudesofnormalstre~tinthe
x
and
y
directionare100MPaand20Mp
S
respectively.
The
radiusofMohr's
stresselrct
representing
this
slate
ofstressise
(a)
120
(e)
60
(lI)80
(d)40
8.Foramechanismshownbelow,themechanicaladvantageforthegivenconfigurationis
(a)
0
(e)
1.0
(v)
0.5
(d)
to
9.Avibratingmachineisisolatedfromthefloorusingsprings.
If
the
ratioofexcitationfrequency
of
vibrationofmachinetothenaturalfrequencyoftheisolationsystemisequalto
0.5,
thentransmissibilityofratioofisolationis
1
(a)
2
4
(el
3
3
4
(d)
2
(0)
10.Atorqueof10Nmistransmittedthroughasteppedshaftasshown
in
figure.Thetorsional
stiffnesses
ofindividualsectionsoflengthsMN,NOandOPare
20
Nm/rad,
30
Nm/radand
60
Nm/radrespectively.TheangulardeflectionbetweentheendsMandPoftheshaftis
~&f-
--d-J-
1
1
9
(a)
0.5
rad
(e)
5.0rad
(b)
1.0
rad
(d)
10.0rad11.In
terms
of
theoreticalstressconcentrationfactor
(1<)
andfatiguestressconcentrationfactor(K),[hennotchsensitivity
'q'
isexpressedas.
(K-l)(K-l)
(a)
(K,_1)
(b)
(K,
+
1)
(K
t~
1)(K
f
+
1)
(e)
(Kf
-1)
(d)
K
(t
+
1)
 
·12.TheS-Ncurveforsteelbecomesasymptoticnearly
at
(11)
10'cycles
(b)
10'cycles
(e)
10'cycles
(d)10'
cycles
13.Inthewindowairccndnioner,theexpansiondeviceusedis
(a)
capillarytube
(b)
thermostaticexpansionvalve
(c)
automaticexpansion
valve
(d)
float
valve
14.Duringchemicaldehumidificationprocessofair
(II)
dry
bulbtemperatureandspecific
humidity
decrease
(b)
drybulbtemperatureincreasesandspecifichumiditydecreases(c)
dry
bulbtemperature
decreases
andspecific
humidity
increases
(d)
drybulbtemperatureandspecifichumidityincrease15.Atthetimeofstarting,idlingandlowspeedoperation,thecarburretorsuppliesamixturewhichcanbetermedas
(a)
lean
(b)
slightlyleanerthanstoichiometric
(e)
stoichiometric
(d)
rich
16.
Onedimensionalunsteadystateheat
transfer
equation
for
a
spherewithheatgenerationat
therate
of
'q'
canbewrittenas
1{}(
2
aT)
if
1
or
(b)
,2
a;
r
or
+
k
=~
at
a2r
q
loT
(e)
a;r
+
k
=;
at
iP.
Ii
i
er
(d)
-(rT
+-'"--
ar
2
k
Ct
at
17.Anincompressiblefluid(kinematicviscosity,
7.4)(10-
1
m'ls,
specificgravity,0.88)isheldbetweentwoparallelplates.
If
thetopplate
is
move.dwith
a
velocityof0.5
mls
whilethebottomone
is
heldstationary,thenfluidattainsalinearvelocityprofile
in
thegapof0.5nun
between
theseplates;the6hearstress
in
Pascalsonthesurfaceoftopplate
is
(a)
0.651
l<
to=
(e)
6.51
(b)0.651
(d)
0.651
l<
10'
18.
Environmentfriendlyrefdgetaftt~UttaIrithenew
generationdomestic
refrigerato~.
113
chemicalformula
is
(11)
CHelF,
(e)
C2C~F,
(b)
C,
ci,
F,
(d)
C,H,F,
19.Afluid
flow
is
represented
by
thevelocityfield
V'"
ax
i
+
ay],
where
n
isaconstant.The
equation
ofstream
linepassing
through
II
point(1.2)is
(a)x-
2y
=
0
(0)2x
+
IJ'"
0(el2.t-
Y'"
0
(d)
x
+
2y
=
0
20.
A
gas
contained
in
acylinderiscompressed,the
work
required
forcompressionbeing
5000k].
During
theprocess,
heatinteractionof
2000kJcausesthe
surroundingsto
theheated.
The
change
ininternal
energy
ofthe
gasduring
theprocess
is
(n)-
7000kJ
(v)-
3000kJ
(e)
+
3000kJ(d)
+
7000kj
21.Thecompressionratioof
a
gaspowerplantcyclecorrespondingtomaximum
work
outputfor
the
giventemperaturelimitsofT....andT"".willbe
·f
y
(0)
(Tmax
)2(.H)
(v)
(Tmin
YY-l)
T".nnTmilX
"I-I
y-I
(c)
(Tm~x
T'
(d)
(Tmin
r--
TmtMTmx
22.Inaninterchangeableassembly.
shafts
ofsize
·0.0«1
25.000~.oloo
mm
matewithholesof
size
..O.OlQ
25.000
·O.OC<>
mm,Themaximumpossibleclearanceintheassembly
will
be
(a)
10microns
(b)
20microns
(c)
30
microns
(d)
60
microns23.Duringtheexecution
of
aCNCpartprogramblockN020G02X45.0Y2S.0RS.Othetypeoftoolmotion
will
be
(ll)
circularInterpolation-clockwise
(b)
circularInterpolation-counterclockwise
(e)
linearInterpolation
(d)
rapidfeed
24.
The
mechanismofmaterialremoval
in
EDMprocess
is
(0)
Melting
andEvaporation
(b)
MeltingandCorrosion
(e)
ErosionandCavitation
(d)
CavitationandEvaporation

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