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ME: Mechanical

1. Write in your answerbook the correct or the most appropriate answer 10 the following multiple choice questions by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D against the sub questions number.

(25 xl'" 25)

600 _10"';

Engineering

1.1

ii, where i =

(a) 0

..f~,

is given by

(b) e-Il (d) 1

E

Etj

(IOOO- 600)

-f."

10-'-'

1000 x 10'""

E

(e) 1.2

"2

1t

M"",IO=

ohto.r atrain _ 200" 10-6

**The expression function, is
**

(a) equal to

curl (grad f), where f is a scalar 1.6

(II) 800 x 10'"

(bJ 500 x 10"

(d) 200 x 10'"

(el 1600

x

10'"

2£

(b) equal to div (grad f) (e) a scalar of zero magnitude (d) a vector of zero magnitude

If the ratio of the diameter of rivet hole to the pitch of rivets is 0.25, then the tearing efficiency of the joint is

(II) 0.50

(b) 0.75

(d) 0.87

1.3

The one dimensional differential equation

heat condiction

partial 1.7

(c) 0.25

or at

(a) parabolic

=

ffT.

ax2

,lS

In thick film hydrodynamic coefficient of friction (b) is independent of load

journal bearings, the

**(aJ increases with increases in load
**

(e) decreases with increase in load

(b) hyperbolic (d) mixed

(e) elliptic 1.4

(d) may increase or decrease with increase in load for solving equations, 1,8. A ball A of mass m hlls under gravity from a height h and strikes another ball Q of mass m which is supported at rest on a spring of stiffness k. Assume perfeetly elastic impact. Immediately after the impact

(n)

In the Gauss elimination method a system of linear algebraic triangularization leads to (a) diagonal matrix (b) lower triangular matrix (c) upper triangular matrix (d) singular matrix

the velocity of b;,!1A is

~.J2gh

1.5

If the two principal strains at a point are 1000 x 10"" and -600 x 10-", then the maximum shear strain is

(b) the velocity of boll A is zero

(d the velocity

0' both balls is &.pgi\

(d) none of the above

1.9

lOOO ~ 10"'; E

The bolts in a rigid flanged coupling.connecting two shafts transmitting power are subjected to (II) shear force and bending moment (b) axial force (c) torsion (d) torsion and bending moment.

""k~"ngl~ in " drill (II) increases fro". then it means that (11) right hand side of the primal constraint can be altered wuhout affecting the optirnumsoilltion (b) changing the right hand side of the pr~mal constraint will disturb the optimum soluhon (c) the objective function is unbounded (d) the problem is degenerate 1. hed i~ (11»)1 mg (u) Tlr (L) zero (d) none 01 the above 1. a dual for both. from the pillte surface (e) preven 1 cold cracks weight a nd structure (d) prevent plate distortion system For reversible adiabatic compression in a "tt'ady flow process.1..11 In spur gears. centre 10 periphery (h) decreases Irorn centro to periphery (e) remains constant to the drilling operation (d) i irrelevant 1.13 haeat of Jelcnl gns depend (II) temperature (a) mil ke the Preheating before welding is done to steel softer (b) burn away oil.12 The specific (b) pressure (e) volume (d) molecular 1. of 1.16 For a given heat flow and for the same thickness.20 the involute is Light impurities in the molten metal are prevented [rom reach ing the rnou ld cavi ty by providing a (II) 51 miner (c') (b) button (d) all of (L') clearance circle (d) addendum ill! well circle on its 1.l~S m . )'.10 A wheel of m.15 In flow through and non-equilibrium conditions respectively (/I) non-equilibrium and equilibrium conditions respectively (r) equilibrium conditions for both (d) nol\-equllibrimi\conditions 1...19.14 A cycle consisting of two reversible isothermal processes and two reversible isobaric processes is known as (11) Atkinson cycle (b) Stirling cycle (d) Ericsson cycle (e) Brayton cycle a pJpe. The . lrom the ground on the .id iu« r is in ~cc('I"'''II''d r(111ng 1110! ion w Llh"" I s] ip under J steadv ax I" i torquc T.creases (d) its temperature and quality decreases in a linear programming variable corresponding to a particular pri01<l1 constraint is zero.22 The fit on a hole-shaft I j 7-56.24 If at the optimum problem. the transition from laminar to turbulent flow docs '101 depend on (a) velocity of the fluid (b) density of the fluid (e) diameter the pipe Cd) Length of the pipe 1. II [11<' (nefficienl of kinetic frieli('1n i. the Iricuon fore .23 The: iron-carbon diagram and the TTT curves are determined under (11) equilibrium 1.' (e) base ci rclc 1.17 When wet steam flows through a throttle valve and remains wet at exit (a) its temperature and quility increases (b) its temperature decreases but quality increases (c) its temperature tncr~ses but quality d.ind r. the circle on which genC'ra led is ca II cd the (n) pitch ('i"·J. grease.21 skim bob the above 1. the temperature drop across the material will be maximum for (a) copper (b) steel (e) glass-wool (d) refractory brick 1. The type of fit is In) clearance lit (/I) is specified as v dp s dT I running fit (sliding fit) force fit (interference fit) T ds (e) push fi t (transition fitl (d) 1. etc.25 The individual human variability in time sltldies todetennine the pl'oductionstandards is taken care of by (a) personal allowances (b) work ililowances (c) ra ting factor (d) none of the above US The dimenation of surface tension is (4}ML"'1 (b) L2J_'-l (d) (c) ML"I TJ M'J"2 . the work transfer per unit mass is (11) (e) I pdv (b) (d) I S 1.

the angle between the two bars will be the corresponding letter A. 0. 2.0 kNm together.55 Hz 2.3 The particular (b) 5/3111 (d) 5/4 2. the velocity of point A on the rod is 1 ml s.46 Hz (/I) 180 MPa (d) 135 MPa 2. hits the ground and rebounds with half its velocity (a) 60 degrees (e) 30 degrees (b) 37. At the A mercury manometer is used to measure the static pressure at a point in a water pipe (IS shown in Fig. 111e assembly is released from rest and motion occurs in the vertical plane.01 (all.9._ and K.5 A thick cylinder is subjected 150 MPa.2. 0 0 (e) 0.7 the ball till it comes to rest on the ground A rod of length 1 m is sliding in a COrner as shown in Fig. The gauge pressure at that point is .44 Hz (d) 77. At an instant when the rod makes an ~ngle of 60 degrees with the horizontal plane.1 The eigenva lues of (a) 0.5 kNm 2.5 cos x + 0. The total distance (a)2m (e) 2/3 m 2. 2.75 rad/s Im/sJ 1m 'y 2. Write in your answerbook the correct appropriate answer to the following choice questions by writing 01" the most multiple instant that the hinge B passes the point B. 1. 2.I I c 2. 3kN/m and 2 kN/m.6. The spring constants K" K. as shown in the fig. 2.8.7 by means of 3 springs 2.7.5 cos x (d) 0. The level difference of mercury in the two limbs is 10 rum.0 is approximately of 4. The hinges a t A and B are frictionless.OkNm (c) 4. surface is (a) 105 MPa (c) 210 MPa to an internal pressure 5\1 rface of 60 M Pa.90 Hz (el 60.5 kNm (a) S. Then after rising it falls and hits the ground and again rebounds with half it~ velocity just before travelled is by impact.2.4 degrees (d) 45 degrees impact. and so on.0 kNm torque that can be applied (/I) 3. I BI just before .4 A solid shaft can resist a bending kNm and a twisting moment then the maximum (a) 7.5 cos x + 1. 3 [! i ~] are (/I) 0.5 rad/ s (c) 0. The angular velocity of the rod at this Instant (Il) 2 rad /s m solution for the d ifferential equation (/I) 1. The natural frequency of the system is moment of 3.5 rad/s (aJ 0.8.9.5 sin x (e) 1. I f the hoop s tress on the aliter then the hoop stress is on the internal (a) 46.6 AB and CD two uniform and identical bars of mass 10 kg each. A mass of 1 kg is suspended as shown in Fig 2.5 sin x (/I) 1. {b} 52. B. C or D against the subq uestion number.2 A ball falls from a height of l rn. are respectively 1 kN/m.5 sin x (d) 0.

(If the generated power is used to run the auxilliaries.111 efficiency of 20%.925 mm 50.t6 A wire 010.40%. C .• For a current to air (h dissipation (a) 20 area wire of 20 mm diameter '" 20 occurs thickness (b) 25 mm (d) lOmm of insulation Match 4 correct pairs between List I and List II for questions 3. t 111m dinmeler i$ drawn from a rod of I. A sol:lr ene r ~y b\ sed h~·.01) Cd) in inverse 2.35.5 W ImK) is mm List II 1.~O(~~uld 80'~ :U'C available..15 an efflcicncy of 30% <1nd the bottoming cycle has .\'e~ 80 i-. 80%. the lupping cycle h. The probability that out of 5 successive pieces. 6..lm principle energy will be (d) Spining top (b).11. 8..15 Toolllfe of 10 hours is obtained when cutting with single point tool at 63 ml min.. If 6"/'.l! at 1(10de.3$% (d) indcl. when maximum sectional (b) (0.14 . The balance delay for the line is (11) 43. the number of slages and reduction at each stnge respectively would be (n) 3 stages and 80% reduction for ill1 three slage& (/I) )236 P:> (e) zero (II) 1333 I'"~ (I.01)' (d) 5 x (0. Conservation momentum of moment 01 . 25.r of hr.~cl in series. The number of observations needed for a confidence level of 95% and an .5% (c) 50.1 through 3.1) 400 (e) 3600 (a) 1200 (d) 4800 (b) 39% (d) 30% 2. If Taylor's constant C =: 257.lte (d) none 01 (he above A 50 mrn diameter disc is to be punched be (v) out from a en rbon steel sheet '1.'rmin..'(' Cis be Jesir.10. For two cycles c(lllp!.2.01. generator efficiency of 95% and cycle efficiency of 44%..00 mm (. five workers are assigned las ks w hieh ta ke times of 10.18 (d) none of these 2.19 In an assembly line for assembling toys.0% 2.075 mm 2.40%.~!in a sequence of 80%.cllc\' of the h('. tool life on doubling the . Minimum kinetic energy (e)2Dzrun 2. is (a) (0..Ol) (e) 5 x (O.99)' (0.8% (d) 16.c:n:.99) (0.ncd. A steam plant has the boiler efficiency of 92')'. exposed heat W 1m2 K).3% (el 14. 5.~ rind reduction 20'. No credit will be given for p<lrtially correct matching. Dies giving reductions of ~O% .5% (b) 14.. For laminar flow through a long pipe. . the overall plant efficiency is (a) 34% Preliminary work sampling studies show that machine was idle 25% of the time based on a sample of 100 observations. 2.) 4 sl.'ges and 30% reduction for firsllhree stnges followed by J finishing slage of 20% reduclion r.17 ("J 5 sta!. The (J\'er~1I combined cycle efficiency (II) 50% (e) 38% is (iJ) 44% (d) 55% 2. The d iarneter of the punch should (n) 49. The thermal clfic. 0. locity 3..7 min. turbine efficiency (mechanical) of 94%.Ol)' to the cross-sectional of the pipe a rea to the dimeter proportion in inverse proportion to the cross-secriona I a rea to the square of cross3. (d) Ull.13. the pressure drop per unit length increases (II) in linear proportion (b) in proportion (e) The probability of a defective piece being produced in a rnanufacturing process is 0.12.lCClIr(lCY 01 ± 5% is (. only one is defective.licngim! \vhieh re"t~. mm diameter.11 (!nginc is Ca) 70% (1)) i .1I1d reiccts 70 k] 01 heJ[' to the ambient at ~·~O degr(. Euler'S equation of motion 2.5 below. (5 x 2 = 10) List [ (a) Collision of particles (b) Stabllity (e) Satellite motion (k .0 m m thick...Impulse-momentl.'j ')S r~ 2. For rninirnum error in the linnl ~izl'.Changed (4)~'hours ··(c}SUnWt .20 (e) 45% 2. 9 and 10 minutes respectively.99){O.') 12.99)' (O. Minimum potential 4.

L engine 4. M.JSS diffusion List II 1. BOGPil. Forced convection 6.and returns of Rs. why? I'ive holes of diameter 10 mm each are to be punched in a sheet 3 mm thick at a pitch of25 11'111"1.5 List I (a) Welding List II 1. in a single stroke.4 List I (a) Rivets for aircraft List II I.e.5. Calculate the magnitudes of the princial stresses. Aluminium-based 4. It may be noted that no shear is provided on the punches. (e) Crasholf (d) Schmidt number number 3. clearly labelling the important values.). Calculate the power of the driving motor. Van der Waals gas 7. +C 9. body (b) Carburettor body (e) Crankshafts (d) Nails casting 3. Cooling towers 6. 5. The permissible shear stress in the spring material is 400 MPa and the modulus of rigidity is A thin cylinder of 100 mrn internal diameter and Smm thickness is subjected to an iuterna I prcssu re of 10MPa and a torque of 2000 Nrn. n.lde~1 g<1S 2. Is the process irreversible? If So. S. A simply supported beam is subjected to a single force P at a distance 'b' from one of the supports. Su rf ace tcnsioCl 2. How.at the end of each year for 5 year with no terminal salvage..1. What is the undiscounted payback period for the project? If the interest rate is 20%. Transient heal conduction 6.IS. The water finnlly reaches a l("'npcmlure of 50 degree C at steady state. Natural convection 4. compute the discounted payback period. CL engine per stroke. Obtain the expression for the deflection under the load USing Castigliano's theorem. Submerged arc welding SECTION-B (Marks 50) A nswer any TEN question.00. RndiiltiOI1 5. What should be the minimum capacitv of the press (in tonries) if the yield paint of material is . provide balanced loading). Hea t exchangers 3.3. (d) dh = Cr dT. Draw the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the combined beam AC. TIG welding All questions carry 4.615 A power screw moves a nut against a force of 10 kN at a speed of 6 mm/s. Investment die casting alloy Show with a neat sketch the arrangement of punches so as to avoided eccentric loading (i.3 Lis! I (Ii) Cetane number (/I) Approach and A n iron cube ~ t a lempCrGtllfc of 400 d~gree C is dropped "'\0 an insulated bath containing 10 kg w"ter CIt 25 degree C. Also indicate your sign convention.0001. The assembly is supported and loaded as shown in Figure.}~ • 1.~OMPa and (II) one hole is punched range (e) (OT) . Gas welding precision 4. Election beam welding 3.dQ you calculate deflection at the mid-point l:. List I (a) Fourier number (b) Weber number' List II I. Cold he<1ding 3. The screw has a single square thread of 6mm pitch on a major diameter of 45 mm. 'J of aluminium alloy of HSS (b) Ship building (t') Joining driJI bit to carbon steel shank (d) Deep penetration 2. Find Ih" entropy ch~ng~s for the iron cube and Ihe water.2. Two bars Altand BC are connected bv a friction less hinge at B.0 op h 3. 5. 4C-t K= 4C-4 1. even when pressure varies (il) five holes are punched 5. equal marks. 3. Forging 2. Take the spring index C asS and the Whal's factor. the beam ? . S. welds Design a helical spring for a maximum compression load of 1200 N and a deflection of 30 rum. Pressure 5. Given that __ ~pccifk heat of Welter is equal to 4186 J Ikg lhe K. The coeffiden t of friction a t the screw thread is O. 200. A project requires an initial investment of Rs.000/.

The velocity efficiency the indicated of the englna .QOOasm'/l<g . when lor the bar hJS MI angular velocity '" whil~ d isc h~s an anglo r velocity of 0) rela live to the bar. If the spring constant is 30 kN /m i(l( each spring. efficiency.U~. Gears 2.e 80%.'¥J. kJlkg."~oth 'instant. Considering blades and negleding the diagram 17. below show ~ planetary gc~r train. calculate the maximum temperature and the cycle efficiency. calculate lor Air enters the COmpressor operating on Brayton cycle at I bar. The blades operate dose to the maximum blading efficiency.0767 m.6 kJ/kg. Gear2 isrot~tingdo<:kwiseat700 rpm. mean effective pressure in the cylindsr e 10 bar and mechanical determine brake power..lUI'lnn ~!f. What w.12. 270 C. impulse stage of <I turbine is 400m/s. Fig. A four cylinder. The volumetric efficiency of each cylinder is equal to 75%.e properties of the refrigerant R-12at varions points: inlet: : exIt hi'" 183. A cylinder of mass 1 kg and radius 1 m is connected by two identical springs at a height of O. The bar and the disc are each of mass m.0164 m'/kg . with stroke equal to the bore. of a gas turbine plant a steam flow of 0. Given that the calorific value of fuel = 42 MJ/kg. ·1 ~nd 5 have 24. the diagram equiangular power and blade friction.2 kJ/kg.J/kg . The engine operates at a speed of 4800 rpm.U W T = 25 We' where W T and Weare the turbine and compressor work respectively.m is Compressor discharge Condenser h. The nozzle <Ingle is 20" . '" 222. four-stroke S. find the nan rai frequency of the system for small oscillations.J. 12. In a simple vapour compression cycle.iII be the rpm of the arm and gcar 4 ? observed to be moving in the horizontal plane. following are th.6 kg/s. with an nit-fuel ratio of 15. atmospheric air density = L Ii kg/ml. The cylinder rolls Without s!iping.Sm above the center as shown in Fig. VI V Compressor =0. Delermine (a) theangular momentum momentum of the bar about the of the disc about the hinge A (b) the angular hinge A (el Ihe kinetic energy 01 the system 15.to ali'led $Uppbrf at A and the '.9 v) = Q. l1fuges are the syste. 18. z '" 0. 16. hl =84. The pressure ratio in the cycle is 6. engine has a compression ratio of B and bore (If 100 rnm.. 40 and 144 leelh respectively. Gear S ls fixed. thermal efficiency and the of steam exiting the nozzles of the 13.

. (b) penetration..19. If the cutter of diameter 2511Ul1 hJS 10 teeth and rotates <11100 rpm.. Ncgtcc I entry rad ius and blank holder efr ects. The finished gear is shown 1Il Fig. /r. .fJO. Determine the diameter of the blank and the drawing force.. (b) the material removal rate. ~! 23. and Fig.. shows the 3-wil"e method of inspecting screw ihreads. (a) is.. in Fig. determine the over write measurement 5 when the diameter of the roller used for the measurement is 1. ln a hydroelectric station.:chilnger if ~11". Design the sprue to a void aspiration effects. Fig. (b) using end milling.9mm2/s. Bead width and radii of curvature of circular profiles are given in the figure. The mould cavity is a cube of 125 mrn side and must be filled in 25 seconds.'). Assume (i) a constant temperature.1 lJK' templ'r~llLlre ~ f)"ol·ik~. hvu t e). and (iii) diameter of gate = 8 times the diameter at the sprue base. the principal stresses 0" 0.6J/moJe -K. Show tha t in a double'pipe (Olttlll. Assuming !SO metric threads of size M16 wilh pitch". I r----22. 21 The pOll ring basin is a sand mould is 200 mm in diameter and 100 mrn in height. Alloy steel forged gear blank shown in Fig. The lu rh: ncs run at i1 speed of 150 ff'm with oV"r:111 cfricim. (i) Determine 0. and cp = 33. are in mm. The diameter of the roller corresponds to the best wire size for which the roller touches the thread flanks at points located JIang the effective diameter. Fifty flat pieces 1 rnrn thick and inilia) dimension. All dimensions 25. The profile of the bead and the fusion zone are taken circular for convenience. of is 70 ~vlPa ? Use VOn Mises The ~ross·section 01 weld bead is shown in Fig.Ch n\ C. (a) A steel cup of height 30 mill and internal diameter 40 mm.cy of 82%.. Ultimate tensile strength = 350 MPa. of the two Il uid s along i Is lenglh ~"t' }"".ooN A cube of 5 mm side is loaded as shown in Fig. 2mm and effective diameter e 14. Limiting draw ratio = 1'~ . 24. as shown in Fig. density = 7000 kg/mJ. and (ii) Will the cube yield if the yield strength the material theory. with a flange of width 10 mm is to be deep drawn from a sheet 1 mm thick. lind (n) the maximum uncut chip thickness if the horizontal leed of the lable is 10 nun/min. (/I) are to be milled in a single Cui 10 the final dimension shown in Fig.lliel straight lines. .. 205 ----l It r"'7~"20 25 (a) the bead height.701 111m. ~_l 26. The operations should be listed in proper sequence as 1. (/I) 21.3. 1000101 20.155 mm.. to he machined to produce precision spur gear Wl~ a module of 5 mm. Find the number of turbines r~ql1i"ecl if thcv have the max: 11ll11l1 spcci fic speed 01 460. Calculate 1--10--+1 2OS--_. (ii) no loss in the velocity head... water is ~"l\\lil&'lble~llthe rate of 175 111'/ s under a head of 18m. Write down the operation sequence to machine this component assuming a medium ~tch size of 300 gears. assuming single tooth in contact. . (b). (c) dilution (%). (c) the maximum torque if the yield Slrength 01 the material is 150 MP~. Properties of molten metal: kinematic viscosity =0. The maximum velocity must ensure laminar flow into the mould cavity and in the gales of circular corss-section.2. What is the draw ratio? Can the cup be drawn in a single operation? The properties of steel are: YIeld point> 150 MPa.

(b).20. The ordering lead times lor B. 3. The Master Schedule for produce P is <IS follows Week Demand 6 20 7 10 8 50 Item C if the 10. (c) (a)-3.6 (el -2.6 (b) 1.10 (0) 1.8 (b) 2. (d)-6 (d)-l (d) -2 (d) --2 3.2.13 (e) 2. (h) -3.1--------1G5t------I 28. (II) -4.3 3.20 (d) 1.5 (c) 2. determine schedule under a lot for lot ordering 27.19 (a) 1.2 (II) -4. 2S.4 3.7 (e) 1.24 (e) 1. (II) Determine thc net requirements of inihill inventory of A. -1.8 (II) 1.14 (d) 1.14 (b) 2.9(11) 1.10 (e) 2.per day lor each day a job is in the shop.11 (b) 2. 60/. Also.7 (II) 2.1 (b) 1. 1 and 2 Weeks respectively. The assembly of 2 units of Band 3 units of C to produce 1 unit of A takes 1 week. (c) -3. -3. 2.25 (el US (d) 1.-S. (h). (h).1 (e) 2.23 (a) 1. .9 (II) 2.3 (II) 1. (11).2 (b) 2.12 (II) 2.5 (d) 1. C and D is 50 respectively. ~5. (0) -S.11 (a) 1. A job shop incurs" cost of Rs. 15 and the ordering policy.18 (d) 2.4 (d) 2.1 3.4 (e) 1.16 (d) 2. B. C and 0 are 2.3 (a) 2.19 (d) 2.-1. (e) -4. At the beginning 01 a month there arc five jobs in the shop with the following data: Job Processing time (day) Due date (days) 1 5 ]0 2 3 12 3 8 20 4 5 6 8 II 2 9 ANSWERS I. (c) -2.17 (II) 1. (d) -1 (a)-5.21 (c) 2.20 (d) 3. schedule will minimize the tota I cost? What is the minimum total cost? Which jobs (if any) fail 10 meet their due dates? The product st rllcture of product r is shown in Fig.2 (d) U3 (b) 1. Whie!.17 (d) 2.16 (e) 1.15 (b) 2.6 (el 2.2 (d) 1. 1.15 (e) 1.12 (II) 1.

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