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IES CONV Mechanical Engineering 2003Ratings: (0)|Views: 10|Likes: 1

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PAPER - I

Time Allowed: Three Hours Maximum Marks: 200Candidates should attempt any FIVE questions. Assume suitable data, if necessary, and indicate themclearly. Use of Steam Tables, Psychrometric Chart and Refrigeration Tables is permitted.

For air R = 0.287 kJ/kg-K, C

p

= 1.005 kJ/kg-K

= 1.4, M = 28.966 kg/kg-mole1. (a) Explain the terms (i) coefficient of cubical expansion,

and (ii) coefficient of compressibilityK. Hence, show that

/K = (

P/

T)

v

.(5)(b) Using Maxwell’s and other equations, show that

pvTP

uvCCPvT

Hence show thatC

p

–C

v

=

2

T v/K.(10)(c) A reversible engine ‘A’ absorbs energy from a reservoir at temperature T

1

and rejects energyto a reservoir at temperature T

2

. A second engine ‘B’ absorbs the same amount of energy asrejected by engine ‘A’, from the same reservoir at temperature T

2

and rejects energy to areservoir at temperature T

3

. What will be the relation between T

1

, T

2

and T

3

if (i) theefficiencies of both the engines ‘A’ and ‘B’ are the same and (ii) the work delivered by boththe engines is the same ?(15)(d) An ideal gas is heated at constant volume until its temperature is 3 times the originaltemperature, then it is expanded isothermally till it reaches its original pressure. The gas isthen cooled at constant pressure till it is restored to the original state. Determine the net work done per kg of gas if the initial temperature is 350 K.(10)2. (a) Make a detailed comparison of S.I. and C.I. engines with respect to basic cycle, fuel,introduction of fuel in the cylinder, ignition, compression ratio, speed, efficiency and weight.(15)(b) Discuss the emissions from S.I. engines and C.I. engines. On what factors do these emissionsdepend 7 Discuss how these emissions can be controlled.(10)(c) Explain clearly what do you understand by supercharging. How is it achieved ? What is theeffect of supercharging on the following parameters:(i) Power Output(ii) Mechanical Efficiency and

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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(iii) Fuel Consumption(15)3. (a) An iron plate of thickness L and thermal conductivity K is subjected to a constant heat flux q

0

W/m

2

at the boundary surface at x = 0. From the other boundary surface at x = L, the heat isdissipated by convection into a fluid at temperature T

with a heat transfer coefficient h.Develop the expressions for the surface temperatures T

1

and T

2

at the surfaces x = 0 and x =L, respectively.For the following data, calculate the surface temperatures T

1

and T

2

if L = 2 cm, K = 20 W/m

o

C, q

0

= 10

s

W/m

2

, T

= 50°C and h = 500 W/m

2

°C.(15)(b) Explain clearly what do you understand by the terms velocity boundary layer and thermalboundary layer. Give their importance in the field of engineering.The velocity profile for boundary layer flow over a flat plate is given by

3,

3122

xy

yyUU xx

If the boundary layer thickness is given by28013

ux xU

develop the expression for the local drag coefficient c

m

over a distance x = L from the leadingedge of the plate.(15)(c) Determine the net radiant interchange between two parallel oxidized iron plates, placed at adistance of 30 mm, having size of 4 m x 4 m. The surface temperatures of the two plates are120

0

C and 40° C respectively. The emissivity of both the plates is 0.736.(10)4. (a) An ideal vapour compression refrigerator using Freon-12 operates between temperature limitsof –10° C and 40

0

C. The refrigerant leaves the condenser dry saturated. The rate of flow of refrigerant through the unit is 150 kg/hr.Calculate the refrigerating effect per kg of refrigerant, the coefficient of performance and thecapacity of the plant if,(i) the refrigerant leaves the condenser dry saturated as stated.(ii) the refrigerant is sub cooled to 20° C before throttling.Assume that the enthalpy of refrigerant before throttling is approximately equal to theenthalpy of liquid refrigerant at under-cooled temperature of 20° C and take it as h

f

= 50.59kJ/kg. Give your comments on the result. Solve the problem by using tables.(25)(b) Define human comfort. Give the factors governing optimum effective temperature. Outlinethe main points considered for cooling load estimate and heating load estimate.(15)5. (a) A ship is sailing in the ocean The captain of the ship observes an iceberg floating in the sea ata distance and he estimates the Visible volume of the iceberg above sea level as 600 m

3

. If the density of the iceberg is 915 kg/m

3

, determine the total volume and weight of the iceberg.The density of the sea water may be taken as 1025 kg/m

3

.

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(5)(b) Explain practical utility of venturimeter and pitot tube. Starting from first principles, derivethe expression for discharge of a liquid through a venturimeter.If the coefficient of discharge of a venturimeter is 0.96, the venturimeter constant is 0.3m

2.5

/sec and venturi head is 0.2 m, find discharge through the venturirneter.(15)(c) A city has one million population and water supply to the city is from a reservoir 10 kmaway. The minimum required water supply is at the rate of 150 litres per head per day. Thesupply is made in two shifts, each being for 8 hours Duration. The full supply level of thereservoir is R.L. 180.00 and its lowest level is R.L. 105.00. The delivery end of the main is atR.L. 22.5 m. The head loss at the delivery of the main is 12 m. Find the diameter of the piperequired. Assume friction factor equal to 0.04.(20)6. (a) A circular cylinder of height 200 mm and radius equal to 80 mm is open at the top. It is fixedon a table at its centre which can be rotated by a motor. Determine the speed of rotation of thetable so that one-third of the area of the bottom of the cylinder gets exposed. At the beginningof the rotation the cylinder was filled with a liquid.(10)(b) A cylindrical tank is placed with its axis vertical. A circular orifice of 40 mm diameter isfitted at its bottom. The supply of water into the tank is at uniform rate and at the same timewater is discharged through the orifice. A manometer tube is fitted on the side of the tank toindicate the level of the water. An observer starts the stop watch when water level was at 600mm. It was found that water level becomes 800 mm after one minute. Again the observerstarts the stop watch when water level was at 1 m and it was found that water level becomes1.1 m in one minute. Calculate the diameter of the tank by assuming coefficient of dischargefor the orifice equal to 0.6.(25)(c) Show that the friction factor is inversely proportional to the Reynolds number in case of laminar flow in circular pipes. (5)7. (a) Explain the terms : stable, unstable and neutral equilibrium in reference to the floating bodies.(6)(b) Compare the velocity profiles for laminar flow and turbulent flow in pipes and comment onthem.(4)(c) A reaction turbine has to be designed to develop 370 kW under a head of 70 m while runningat speed equal to 750 rpm.Ratio of width of runner to the outer diameter of runner = 0.1Ratio of inner diameter to the outer diameter = 0.5Flow ratio = 0.15Hydraulic efficiency = 95%Mechanical efficiency = 84%Circumferential area occupied by thickness of vanes = 5%

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