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IES OBJ Mechanical Engineering 2003 Paper I

IES OBJ Mechanical Engineering 2003 Paper I

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PAPER-I
1.
 
Consider the following statementspertaining to boundary layer :1.
 
Boundary layer is a thin layer adjacentto the boundary where maximumviscous energy dissipation takes place.2.
 
Boundary layer thickness is a thicknessby which the ideal flow is shifted.3.
 
Separation of boundary layer is causedby presence of adverse pressuregradient.Which of these statements are correct?a.
 
1, 2 and 3b.
 
1 and 2c.
 
1 and 3d.
 
2 and 32.
 
The velocity profile for turbulent layerovera flat plate isa.
 
sin2
u y
  
 b.
 
1/7
u y
 
 c.
 
2
2
u y y
 
         
 d.
 
3
3122
u y y
 
 3.
 
Match List I (Flows Over or inside theSystems) with List II (Type of Flow) andselect the correct answer :
List I
A.
 
Flow over a sphereB.
 
Flow over a long circular cylinderC.
 
Flow in a pipe bendD.
 
Fully developed flow in a pipe atconstant flow rate
List II
1.
 
Two dimensional flow2.
 
One dimensional flow3.
 
Axis symmetric flow4.
 
Three dimensional flowA B C Da.
 
3 1 2 4b.
 
1 4 3 2c.
 
3 1 4 2d.
 
1 4 2 34.
 
Consider the following statements:1.
 
Dimensional analysis is used todetermine the number of variablesinvolved in a certain phenomenon.2.
 
The group of repeating variables indimensional is should include all thefundamental units.3.
 
Buckingham’s
theorem stipulates thenumber of dimensionless groups for agiven phenomenon.4.
 
The coefficient in Chezy’s equationhas no dimensionWhich of these are correct ?a.
 
1, 2, 3 and 4b.
 
2, 3 and 4c.
 
1 and 4d.
 
2 and 35.
 
Match List I (Flow/Wave) with List II(Dimensionless Number) and select thecorrect answer :
List I
A.
 
Capillary waves in channelB.
 
Testing of aerofoilsC.
 
Flow around bridge piersD.
 
Turbulent flow through pipes
List II
1.
 
Reynolds number2.
 
Froud number3.
 
Weber number4.
 
Euler number5.
 
Mach numberA B C Da.
 
5 4 3 2b.
 
3 5 4 1c.
 
5 4 2 1
I.E.S-(OBJ) 2003
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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 2 of 16d.
 
3 5 2 16.
 
Consider the following statements :1.
 
Complete similarity between modeland prototype envisages geometric anddynamic similarities only2.
 
Distorted models are necessary wheregeometric similarity is not possible dueto practical reasons.3.
 
In testing of model of a ship, thesurface tension forces are generallyneglected.4.
 
The scale effect takes care of the effectof dissimilarity between model andprototype:Which of these statements are correct ?a.
 
1 and 3b.
 
1, 2 and 4c.
 
2 and 3d.
 
2 and 47.
 
The fluid property that remains unchangedacross a normal shock wave isa.
 
Stagnation enthalpyb.
 
Stagnation pressurec.
 
Static pressured.
 
Mass density8.
 
Match List I (Phenomena) with List II(Causes) and select the correct answer :
List I
A.
 
Shock waveB.
 
Flow separat4onC.
 
V Capillary riseD.
 
Cavitation
List II
1.
 
Surface tension2.
 
Vapour pressure3.
 
Compressibility4.
 
Adverse pressure gradientA B C Da.
 
3 1 2 4b.
 
4 2 1 3c.
 
3 4 1 2d.
 
4 1 2 39.
 
Consider the following statementspertaining to one-dimensional isentropicflow in a convergent-divergent passage:1.
 
A convergent-divergent passage mayfunction as a supersonic nozzle or aventuri depending on the back pressure.2.
 
At the throat, sonic conditions exist forsubsonic or supersonic flow at theoutlet.3.
 
A supersonic nozzle discharges fluid atconstant rate even if the exit pressure islower than the design pressure4.
 
A normal shock appears in thediverging section of the nozzle if theback pressure is above the designpressure but below a certain minimumpressure for venturi operation.Which of the statements are correct?a.
 
1, 2, 3 and 4b.
 
1, 3 and 4c.
 
2, 3 and 4d.
 
1 and 210.
 
Two pelton wheels A and B have the samespecific speed, and are working under, thesame head. When A produces 400 kW at1000 rpm. If B produces 100 kW, then itsrpm isa.
 
4000b.
 
2000c.
 
1500d.
 
125011.
 
On the assumption that a double suctionimpeller is the equivalent of two singlesuction impellers placed back to back, it iscustomary to base the specific speed of thedouble suction pump ona.
 
One half of the total capacityb.
 
Three fourth of the total capacityc.
 
Full total capacityd.
 
Double the total capacity12.
 
Consider the following types of waterturbines1.
 
Bulb2.
 
Francis3.
 
Kaplan4.
 
PeltonThe correct sequence of order in which theoperating head decreases while developingthe same power isa.
 
4, 2, 3, 1b.
 
3, 4, 1, 2c.
 
2, 1, 4, 3d.
 
1, 3, 2, 4
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Match List I (Type of Pumps) with List II(Associated Features) and select thecorrect answer :
List I
A.
 
Centrifugal pumpB.
 
Gear pumpC.
 
Reciprocating pumpD.
 
Turbine pump
List II
1.
 
Air vessel2.
 
Draft tube3.
 
Guide vanes4.
 
Rotary pump5.
 
Rotor having bladesA B C Da.
 
4 2 5 3b.
 
5 4 1 2c.
 
4 2 3 1d.
 
5 4 1 314.
 
Match List I (Industrial Needs) with List II(Type of Pump) and select the correctanswer :
List I
A.
 
Combustible fluid to be pumpedB.
 
High head but small discharge neededC.
 
Low head but large discharge neededD.
 
High head and high discharge needed
List II
1.
 
Single stage centrifugal2.
 
Multi-stage centrifugal3.
 
Positive displacement4.
 
Jet pumpA B C Da.
 
3 2 1 4b.
 
4 3 1 2c.
 
3 1 4 2d.
 
4 3 2 115.
 
Consider the following energies associatedwith a Pelton turbine :1.
 
Mechanical energy2.
 
Kinetic energy3.
 
Potential energyThe correct sequence of energy conversionstarting from the entry of fluid isa.
 
1, 2, 3b.
 
2, 3, 1c.
 
3, 2, 1d.
 
1, 3, 216.
 
Euler equation of turbine giving energytransfer per unit mass E
0
(where U, V
w
, V
r
 and V represent the peripheral, whirl,relative and absolute velocitiesrespectively. Suffix 1 and 2 refer to theturbine inlet and outlet respectively) isgiven bya.
 
E
0
= U
1
V
w1
– U
2
V
w2
 b.
 
E
0
= U
1
V
r1
– U
2
V
r2
 c.
 
E
0
= U
1
V
1
– U
2
V
2
 d.
 
E
0
= V
1
V
w1
– V
2
V
w2
 17.
 
The power ratio of a pump and its l/4 thescale model, if the ratio of the heads is 5 :1, will bea.
 
100b.
 
3.2c.
 
179d.
 
12.818.
 
Which one of the following graphscorrectly represents the relations betweenHead and Specific speed for Kaplan andFrancis turbine?a.
 
b.
 
c.
 
d.
 
19.
 
Consider the following statementsregarding air vessels provided in,reciprocating pump installations
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