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IES OBJ Mechanical Engineering 2007 Paper IRatings: (0)|Views: 13|Likes: 1

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PAPER–I

1.

For a fluid having Prandtl number equal tounity, how are the hydrodynamic boundarylayer thickness

, and the thermalboundary layer thickness

t

related ?a.

=

t

b.

>

t

c.

<

t

d.

t

=

1/3

2.

If, in a pump, the discharge is halved, then,assuming that the speed remainsunchanged, what would be the ratio of theheads H

1

/H

2

?a.

1/3b.

2/3 c.

3

0.25 d.

3

053.

For calculation of heat transfer by naturalconvection from a horizontal cylinder,what is the characteristic length in Grashof number?a.

Diameter of the cylinderb.

Length of the cylinderc.

Circumference of the base of thecylinderd.

Half the circumference of the base of the cylinder4.

Which one of the following non-dimensional numbers is used for transitionfrom laminar to turbulent flow in freeconvection?a.

Reynolds numberb.

Grashof numberc.

Peclet numberd.

Rayleigh number5.

For steady, uniform flow through pipeswith constant heat flux supplied to thewall, which is the value of Nusseltnumber?a.

48/11b.

11/48c.

24/11d.

11/246.

Match List - I with List - II and select thecorrect answer using the code given belowthe listsList - I (Non-dimensional Number)A.

Grashof numberB.

Stanton numberC.

Sherwood numberD.

Fourier numberList-II (Application)1.

Mass transfer2.

Unsteady state heat conduction3.

Free convection4.

Forced convectionCodes;A B C Da.

4 3 1 2b.

3 4 1 2c.

4 3 2 1d.

3 4 2 17.

Usually fins are provided to increase therate of heat transfer. But fins also act asinsulation. Which one of the followingnon-dimensional numbers decides thisfactor?a.

Eckert numberb.

Biot numberc.

Fourier numberd.

Peclet number8.

What is the expression for the thermalconduction resistance to heat transferthrough a hollow sphere of inner radius r

1

and outer radius r

2

, and thermalconductivity k?a.

2112

4

r r rr k

I.E.S. (OBJ) - 2007

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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2112

4

k r r rr

c.

2112

4

r r k rr

d.

None of these9.

A composite wall having three layers of thickness 0.3 m, 0.2 m and 0.1 m and of thermal conductivities 0.6, 0.4 and 0.1 W/ mK, respectively, is having surface area 1m

2

. If the inner and outer temperatures of the composite wall are 1840 K and 340 K,respectively, what is the rate of heattransfer?a.

150 Wb.

1500 Wc.

75 Wd.

750 W10.

For conduction through a spherical wallwith constant thermal conductivity andwith inner side temperature greater thanouter wall temperature, (one dimensionalheat transfer), what is the type of temperature distribution?a.

Linearb.

Parabolicc.

Hyperbolicd.

None of the above11.

A wall of thickness 0.6 m has width has anormal area 1.5 m

2

and is made up of material of thermal conductivity 0.4W/mK. The temperatures on the two sidesare 8000 C and 1000 C. What is thethermal resistance of the wall?a.

1 W/Kb.

1.8 W/Kc.

1 K/Wd.

1.8 K/W12.

Match List - I with List - II and select thecorrect answer using the code given belowthe lists’:List-IA.

Heat ExchangersB.

Turbulent flowC.

Free convectionD.

Radiation heat transferList-II1.

View factor2.

Effectiveness3.

Nusselt number4.

Eddy diffusivityCodes;A B C Da.

3 1 2 4b.

2 4 3 1c.

3 4 2 1d.

2 1 3 413.

Throttle governing, in steam turbinesa.

Leads to significant pressure lossb.

Increases the efficiencyc.

Increases heat lossesd.

Decreases steam temperature14.

An open cycle constant pressure gasturbine uses a fuel of calorific value40,000 kJ/kg, with air fuel ratio of 80 : 1and develops a net output of 80 kJ/kg of air. What is the thermal efficiency of thecycle?a.

61%b.

16%c.

18%d.

None of the above15.

Consider the following statements inrespect of gas turbines:A gas turbine plant with reheater leads to a1.

Considerable improvement in the work output.2.

Considerable improvement in thethermal efficiency.Which of the statements given above is/arecorrect?a.

1 onlyb.

2 onlyc.

Both 1 and 2d.

Neither 1 nor 216.

Consider the following statements:Diesel knock can be reduced by1.

Increasing the compression ratio.2.

Increasing the engine speed.3.

Increasing the injection retard.4.

Decreasing the inlet air temperature.Which of the statements given above arecorrect?

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2 and 4 onlyb.

1, 2 and, onlyc.

1 and 3 onlyd.

1, 2, 3 and 417.

Which one of the following is correct?When a real gas undergoes Joule -Thomson expansion, the temperaturea.

may remain constant.b.

always increases.c.

may increase or decrease.d.

always decreases.18.

Which one of the following is correct? Forthe same net power outputa.

the turbine used in gas turbine powerplants is larger than that used in steampower plantsb.

the turbine used in gas turbine powerplants is smaller than that used insteam power plantsc.

the same turbine can be used for bothplantsd.

None of the above19.

Match List - I with List -II and select thecorrect answer using the code given belowthe listsList - I (Prime Mover)A.

High speed diesel engineB.

IC engine having expansion ratiogreater than compression ratioC.

Pulse jet engineD.

Gas turbine with multistagecompression and multistage expansionList -II (Air Standard Cycles)1.

Atkinson cycle2.

Dual combustion (limited pressure)cycle3.

Ericsson cycle4.

Lenoir cycleCodes;A B C Da.

3 1 4 2b.

2 4 1 3c.

3 4 1 2d.

2 1 4 320.

Which one of the following statements iscorrect?a.

Efficiency of the Carnot cycle forthermal power plant is high and work ratio is also high in comparison to theRankine cycleb.

Efficiency of the Carnot cycle is highand work ratio is low in comparison tothe Rankine cyclec.

Efficiency of the Carnot cycle is lowand work ratio is also low incomparison to the Rankine cycled.

Both the cycles have same efficienciesand work ratio21.

Which property of mercury is the mainreason for its use in barometers?a.

High densityb.

Negligible capillarity effectc.

Very low vapour pressured.

Low compressibility22.

If the relationship between the shear stress

and the rate of shear strain (du/dy) isexpressed as

=

(du/dy)

n

, then the fluidwith exponent n > 1 is known as whichone of the following?a.

Bingham plasticb.

Dilatant fluidc.

Newtonian fluidd.

Pseudo plastic fluid23.

What are the dimensions of kinematicviscosity of a fluid?a.

L T

-2

b.

L

2

T

-1

c.

M L

-1

T

-1

d.

M L

-2

T

-2

24.

The pressure difference of two very lightgases in two rigid vessels is beingmeasured by a vertical U-tube water filledmanometer. The reading is found to be 10cm. What is the25.

A circular plate 15 m diameter issubmerged in water with its greatest andleast depths below the surface being 2 mand 075 m respectively. What is the totalpressure (approximately) on one face of the plate?a.

12 kNb.

l6 kNc.

24 kNd.

None of the above

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