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Morning Session 15th Feb, 2014

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ear Students, The Questions of GATE 2014 : ME are based on fundamental and basic concepts of the syllabus. There is no ambigu-

ity and misprint noticed till now, however, it is an observation based on students feedback. The level and standard of GATE 2014 questions are relatively easier than the exam of GATE 2013. There are 3 important observations made by me about GATE 2014 exam.

1.

The GATE exam 2014 has been conducted in 4 seatings. The questions were different in each session and difficulty level of questions were also different from session to session. The paper of 16th Feb. evening session were relatively tougher than rest three sessions, however it varies on the perception of person to person also.

The average marks on all the papers should be equated and necessary scaling criteria should be adopted for this purpose.

2.

The GATE 2014 cut off is expected to be slightly higher than previous year. The cut-off may vary between 27-30 marks (General Category). Total Marks obtained by all the candidates GATE Cutoff = Total number of candidates GATE cutoff < | 25 Marks

3.

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Q.1

In a power plant water is pumped from 80 kPa to 3 MPa. Isentropic efficiency of pump is 0.80. Temperature is kept-constant. Find the specific work (kJ/kg) input for the pump. (a) 0.34 (b) 2.48 (c) 2.92 (d) 3.43 (d) Work input for compressor (theoretical) = VP = =

1 (P2 P1 ) 1 3 103 80 1000

Ans.

2.92 2.92 = c 0.85

= 3.43 kJ/kg

Q.2

A reversible heat engine receive 2 kJ of heat from reservoir at 1000K and certain amount of heat from another reservoir at 800K. It rejects 1 kJ of heat to reservoir at 400K. Find net work output

Solution:

T1 = 1000K Q1 = 2 kJ T1 = 800K Q2

HE

WN

Q3 = 1 kJ T 3 = 400K

Q1 Q2 Q3 + = 3 T1 T3 T3

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Q.3

For a fully developed flow of water in a pipe of dia. = 10 cm, V = 0.1 m/ sec. Kinematic viscosity = 105 m2/sec. Find Darcy friction factor

64 64 = R e 1000

= 0.064

Q.4

For completely submerged body with centre of gravity G, Centre of buoyancy B. Submerged body will be stable if (a) G above B (b) G below B (c) G coincident with B (d) Independent of G and B (b) B should be above G.

Ans.

Q.5

Water flow through pipe, whose inner dia. = 10 mm at the rate of 36 kg/ hr at 25C. Viscosity at 25C = 0.001 kg/ms. Find Reynolds No. d = 10 mm = 0.01 m m = 36 kg/hr =

36 1 = kg/ sec 3600 100

Solution:

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Re =

Vd d Q = A

Qd 4 Q = 2 d d 4

4 10 2 4m = 0.01 0.001 d

Re =

= 1273.2

Q.6

1.5 kg of water in saturated liquid state at 2 bar (vf = 0.00106, uf = 504 kJ/ kg, hf = 505 kJ/kg). Heat added at constant pressure till temperature becomes 400C (v = 1.5, u = 2967, h = 3277 kJ/kg). Find the heat added.

Solution: From the First law of thermodynamics dq = du + Pdv = (u2 u1) + P(v2 v1) = (2967 504) + 2 102(1.5 0.00106) = 2762.78 kJ/kg For 1.5 kg of water Q = 2762.78 1.5 = 4144.182 kJ

Q.7

For an Otto cycle, given, pressure at inlet = 0.1 MPa, temperature at inlet = 308K, = 1.4, R = 288.8 J/kgK. Compression ratio = 8. Maximum temperature = 2660K. Find the heat supplied.

Solution:

P 3

1 V

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Given:

P1 T1 R r T3 QS

= = = = = = =

R 288.8 = 1 0.4

...(i)

Cv =

= 722 J/kgK

V T2 = 1 T1 V2

= (8 )

0.4

Q.8

x 1 2 3 P ( x ) 0.3 0.6 0.1

Find standard deviation. (a) 0.18 (c) 0.54 Ans. (d) Mean,

x =

fi x i fi 1 0.3 + 2 0.6 + 3 0.1 = 1.8 0.3 + 0.6 + 0.1 fi x 2 i x2 N 0.3 12 + 0.6 22 + 0.1 32 1.82 1

= Standard deviation x = =

= 0.6

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Q.9

d2 y dx2

Solution:

d2 y dx2

= 0

dy = C1 dx

x = 10, C1 = 2

dy = 2 dx

dy = 2 dx

Q.10

x sin x is x 0 1 cos x

Ans.

(a)

lim x sin x x 0 1 cos x

dx ( x sin x ) = lim x 0 d (1 cos x ) dx

= lim

1 cos x x 0 0 + sin x

(0/0 form)

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= lim = 0

sinx

x 0 cos x

Q.11

1+i , where i = 1 is 1i

Solution:

1+i 1+i = 1i 1+i 1 i2 = i = 0 + i

(1 + i )2

1 + i 2 + 2i 1 +1

Argument

1 y = t an x 1 1 = tan 0

= tan1() =

2

Q.12

The state of stress of a point is given by x = 6 MPa, y = 4 MPa and xy = 8 MPa. The maximum tensile stress (in MPa) at that point is

Solution: 1 =

x + y 2 x y + + 2 xy 2

2 2

6 + 4 6 4 2 + + ( 8 ) 2 2

= 1 + 25 + 64 = 8.4339 MPa

Q.13

For a job in manufacturing process, arrival rate is 5 per shift of 8 hrs following Poissons distribution. Service rate for the job is 40 min. Find the ideal time (in hr) of the job

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(a)

1 4 14 3

(b)

7 5 2 3

(d)

Arrival rate,

= =

Service rate,

5 2 7 =1 = 8 3 12

1 7 1 7 1 = = 12 3 5 12 12 5 12 2 8 8 7

1 8 2 = = 7 12 = 12 3 8 7

Q.14

Water jet strikes a stationary vertical plate with a volume flow rate of 0.05 m3/sec and exerts a force of 1000 N on the plate. Find out the dia. of jet

u

Solution: Given,

Q FN d Fn

= = = =

2

Q = A A

1000 =

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d = 0.0564 m = 56.4 mm

Q.15

Which is a CFC refrigerant (a) R744 (c) R502 (c) R744 R290 R502 R718

Ans.

Q.16

2 6 0 4 12 8 = ? 2 0 4

Solution:

2 6 0 4 12 8 = 2n 12 2 0 4

= 23 12 = 96

Q.17

Why it is difficult to weld Aluminium (a) low MP of Aluminium (b) High thermal conductivity (c) Softness (d) Specific heat capacity is low (a)

Ans.

Q.18

A pair of spur gear with module 5 mm and a centre distance of 450 mm is used for a speed reduction of 5 : 1. No. of teeth on pinion is

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5 ZG = 1 ZP

ZG = 5ZP x = r1 + r2 = =

d1 + d2 2

...(i)

mZg + mZP 2

5 ZG + 5 ZP 2

450 =

Q.19

Mass P is attached with an inextensible string as shown in figure. Mass of P = 100 kg. mass of S = 150 kg. for all surfaces = 0.4. Find F (in kN) required for movement of S.

P S F

(b) 0.88 (d) 1.37 F = R1 + R2 F = (WS + WP) + WP = [0.4(150 + 100) + 0.4 100] 9.81 = 1373.4 N = 1.37 kN

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Q.20

A wheel is rolling without slipping on a plane surface with the centre velocity of V. What will be velocity of the point of contact (a) Velocity V to the surface (b) V in the direction of motion (c) V in the opposite direction of motion (d) Zero (d)

Ans.

Q.21

A rod of length 250 mm in fixed in between two immovable plates. It is heated upto 250C. Given coefficient of thermal expansion, = 1 105/C, and E = 200 GPa. Stress developed (in MPa) in the beam is l t E = = = = = = = = 250 mm 250C 1 105/C 200 GPa ? E..t 200 103 1 105 250 500 MPa

Solution: Given,

Q.22

If Taylors tool life exponent n is 0.2 and the tool change time is 1.5 minute. Then the tool life (in minute) for maximum production rate n = 0.2 time, TC = 1.5 minute Tool life = ? (For max. production rate)

1 Tool life = TP = TC n 1

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1 1 1.5 = 0.2

= 6 minute

Q.23

Given initial length L0 subjected to drawing process. L(t) = L0(1 + t2), (t is in minute) Find true strain (T) in min1 = ?, at the end of 1 minute. L(t) = L0(1 + t2) T =

Solution:

dL L

d =

L = L0(1 + t2) dL = L0 2t dt T =

0 L

2tL0dt

0

(1 + t )

2

(1 + t )

2

2tdt

2 dz

= loge ( z ) 1

Q.24

Hinge

L/3

2L/3

Mass of the beam is m and spring stiffness is k. A hinge is attached with the beam as shown above. What will be the natural frequency of the system.

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k m 2k m

(b) (d)

k 2m 5k m

k yB B

(L / 3) (2L / 3)

2

yA

yB

2L L I 0 = Ic + m 3 2

I0 = I0 = Taking M0 = 0

mL2 mL2 + 12 36

mL2 9

L 2L + kyB ky + I0 = 0 A 3 3 mL2 L 2L + =0 k + k 3 3 9

2 2

mL2 5kL2 + 9 9 = 0

+ 5k =0 m 5k m

+ 2 n = 0

n =

Q.25

Consider the following: I. Mating gear is a higher pair II. Revolute pair is lower pair

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Q.26

Which one of the following is odd one out (a) WEKO (b) IQWA (c) FNTX (d) NVBD (d)

Ans.

Q.27

12, 35, 81, 173, 357, ___?___. 12 35 81 173 357 2 2 2 2 2 + + + + + 11 11 11 11 11 = = = = = 35 81 173 357 725

Solution:

Q.28

In housing society, half of familiars have a single child per family, while the remaining half have two children per family. The probability that a child picked at random has a sibling is _____.

Solution: (0.6667)

Q.29

280 m long train travelling with a uniform speed crosses a platform in 60 sec. and crosses a person standing on the platform in 20 sec. Then find the length of the platform. Platform length = x Train length = 280 m or

x + 280 280 = 60 20 x = 560 m

Solution:

Q.30

(i) All the women are entrepreneur. (ii) Source of the women are doctors. Then by using above statements, which of the following statement is inferred? (a) All the doctors are entrepreneurs (b) Some doctor are entrepreneurs

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(c) All the entrepreneurs are doctors (d) Some entrepreneurs are doctors Ans. (d)

Q.31

A flight ______ as soon as its report was filed (a) is take-off (b) was take-off (c) will take-off (d) has been taken-off

Ans. (d)

Q.32

In a chart given below, the imports and exports of a product is million dollers are given according to the year basis. In which, deficit is defined as excess of imports over exports. Then find the year in which deficits is equal to 1/ 5th of the exports.

130 Export 120 Import

100 90

Q.33

A person having three coins, first coin have both sides head, second coin and third coin having one head and one tail. If one coin is picked up randomly and tossed then the probability that it shows head having tail is (a) 1/3 (b) 2/3 (c) 1/4 (d) 1/2

Ans. (a)

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