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0° force causes the same amount of uniform b. 2 PL dy b. 4 c. sin   2 2 PL d.   9 b. The angle between two unit-magnitude having the modulus of elasticity of 100 coplanar vectors P(0. Which of 6. Two identical circular rods of same   diameter and same length are subjected to c. then will be equal to 3 dx PL c.   9 a. 18 2 sin x 7. 0  D4 b. -3 and -5 given by c. 45° developed are with in the proportional d. Lt is equal to about the diameter is given by (D is the x 0 x diameter).0) and GPa. Mild steel rod elongates more than the 3 1 1 cast iron a. A concentrated load of P acts on a simply 4 1 supported beam of span L at a distance L 3. The other rod is made out of cast iron 5. O(h4) 64 d. 9 . The stresses c. O(h3)  D4 d. For the matrix   the eigen value are 3 1 4 from the left support. 7 mild steel rod c. 3 and -3 at the point of application of the load is b. a. The bending moment a.259. Assume both the materials to be Q(0. tan   same magnitude of axial tensile force. 3 and 5 PL d. The second moment of a circular area 1. Cast iron rod elongates more than the b. -1 b. 0. 3 4. 60° limit of the respective materials. c. cos   2 9. 5 c. 0. Both rods elongate by the same given below is 1 5 1 amount b.866.966. 5 and 0 a. O(h2) 32 b. If x = a   sin   and y = a 1  cos   . 30° stress in both the rods. One 2 of the rods is made out of mild steel   having the modulus of elasticity of 206 d.500. O(h5) 8.  a. 1  D4 d. a. cot   2   GPa.GATE-2003 1 of 15 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ONE MARKS QUESTIONS d.0) will be homogeneous and isotropic and the axial a. The sum of the eigen values of the matrix the following observations is correct? 1 1 3 a. The accuracy of Simpson’s rule quadrature 16 for a step size his  D4 c. 2.

K3 are the torsional stiffness b. links of length q bending stress than the circular one c. and 2 sliding pairs are subjected to the same amount of d. 4 of the respective shafts. link of length s experience same deformation 15. the circular beam experience more obtaining a “double crank” mechanism? bending stress than the square one a. The beams. r and s a. 8 disc is given by 16. As the stresses are equal strains are b. The numbers 6 × 9 represent a. is immersed to J  K1 K 2  K 2 K 3  K 3 K1  a depth h in a liquid of density . 2 shafts. (  s   ) ghA is c. 11. the square beam experiences more b. If the cross sectional chain area as well as the material of both the 14. an inversion of the single slider-crank bending moment. and tied K1 K 2  K 2 K 3  K 3 K1 to the bottom with a string. link of length r d. J  K 2  K3  the string is 12. (  h   s H ) gA pairs . The natural c. number of strands x number of wires in J each strand K1 K 2  K 2 K 3  K 3 K1 d. as the material is same both beams will d. number of wires in each strand x b. one having square cross c. Consider the arrangement shown in the the number of degrees of freedom which figure below where J is the combined polar are arrested is mass moment of inertia of the disc and the a. 60 MPa c. A wire rope is designated as 6 × 19 standard hoisting. 7 frequency of torsional oscillation of the d. height H and density s. links of length p c. 30 MPa a. K2. 6 of 15 d. for b. Which of both the beams is the same these links should be the fixed one. Maximum shear stress developed on the surface of a solid circular shaft under pure torsion is 240 MPa. The mechanism used in a shaping machine b. When a cylinder is located in a Vee-block. (    s ) ghA a. A. 15 MPa 13. maximum bending stress developed in units.  ghA d. The tension in d. K1. If the shaft diameter is doubled then the maximum shear stress developed corresponding to the same torque will be a. The lengths of the links of a 4-bar linkage beams are the same then with revolute pairs only are p. diameter in centimeter x length in meter K1  K 2  K 3 a. Given that p< q < r < s. 120 MPa b. A Cylindrical body of cross-sectional area K1  K 2  K 3 c. a closed 4-bar chain having 4 revolute d. diameter in millimeter x length in meter b. c. a closed 4-bar chain having 2 revolute section and another circular cross-section. a closed 6-bar chain having 6 revolute also equal in both the rods pairs 10. J  K1  K 2  number of strands 17. q.

decreases but velocity a.87 W 25.3 c. temperature low pressure turbine at the inner cone of the flame is around c. The COP 0.25 velocity increases 19. the dry bulb temperature is less than 20. Considering the variation of static pressure electrical energy has gone into heating the and absolute velocity in an impulse stream water. In Oxyacetylene gas welding. 13. increase in permeability 22. pressure remains constant. 2. the dry bulb and dew point conditions temperatures are equal c. martensite c. spherodite than a spark ignition engine because b. 4. The plate temperature 24. During heat treatment of steel. increases for water is 4. at a d. 40 liters water heater is switched d.66 MW a.  <1 for idling and  > 1 for peak c.  >1 for idling and  < 1 for peak 26. 6.  >1 for both idling and peak power d. 7. The total heat loss a.5 a. spherodite cycle is higher than the Otto cycle. martensite. increases in both moisture content and a.5 from the tow surfaces of the plate is b. total work delivered by the turbine on for 20 minutes. A diesel engine is usually more efficient pearlite. An industrial heat pump operates between and emissivity are respectively 800 K and the temperatures of 27°C and -13°C. 25. 27. coarse pearlite. the power conditions hardness of various structures in increasing d. average temperature of heat addition in a. the air standard efficiency of diesel pearlite.0 b. 27.6. the dew point and web bulb power conditions temperature are equal b.0 increases c. diesel being a heavier hydrocarbon. 7 of 15 18. increase in moisture content beyond 6 d.7 b.67 × 10-8 W/m2K4. Assuming all the 23. Hardness of green sand mould increases engine is higher than that of an SI with engine a. regeneration results in c. The temperature and emissivity values rates of heat addition and heat rejection are for the surfaces of the room are 300 K and 750 Wand 1000 W. 13.32 W d. 3200°C . The heat capacity CP.  <1 for both idling and peak power order is conditions a. increase of the water temperature in turbine. martensite. across one row of moving blades degree centigrade is a. heat is added before steam enters the 28. fine b. coarse 21.2 kJ/kg K. fine pearlite. In Rankine cycle. For air with a relative humidity of 80% d. 14. coarse pearlite. increases releases more heat per kg than gasoline c. respectively. A plate having 10 cm2 areas each side is d. For a spark ignition engine. 3. both pressure and velocity decrease a. pressure remains constant. while hanging in the middle of a room of 100m2 velocity decreases total surface area. pressure decreases but velocity b. pressure inside the boiler increases permeability b. decrease in permeability higher efficiency because d.3 rAcntive1v Boltzmann’s constant a = for the heat pump is 5.0 c. self ignition temperature of diesel is percent higher than that of gasoline b. the dew point temperature is less than the combustion chamber has values wet bulb temperature a. fine pearlite.66 W c. the the wet bulb temperature equivalence ratio () of mixture entering b. 35000 C the boiler increases b. A 2 kW. spherodite. The 0. 4. the compression ratio of a diesel 27. while d. fine fixed compression ratio pearlite.

24. thread chasing  c. A box contains 5 black and 5 red balls.000. 2550°C d. cex a. Quality screw threads are produced by c. irrotational. cutting s  2 2  b. 8 of 15 c.25. . 25. 25. 2900°C c. at its reciystallisation temperature dx b. s2   2 c. The symbol used for Transport in work another from the box. The area enclosed between the parabalay = x2 and the straight line y = x is Pl a. thread milling d.24. no water of tool occurs 38. Cold working of steel is defined as 36. y  c. thread cutting with single point tool 37. the force in x+y+z=5 the member CD is This system has a. 1/3 d.000. 1/90 b.979 mm d. are s2   2 a. divergence free. divergence free and irrotational them d. d. A truss consists of horizontal members TWO MARKS QUESTIONS (AC. T b. neither divergence free nor irrotational b. above its reciystallisation temperature 1 a. Lapalce transform of the function sin t is c. no relative motion occurs between c. The members AE. no solution d. CD. 2/9 40. 1/6 .  a. As tool and work are not in contact in a.021 mm  b. unique solution b. 1/2 29. y  c 3 30. 25. without replacement study is The probability for both balls being red is a. but not irrotational is EDM process b. The vector field is F xiˆ  yjˆ (where iˆ and ĵ d. c. at two thirds of the melting  x3 temperature of the metal b. DB and EF) and vertical members (CE and DE) having length leach. Consider the system of simultaneous inclined at 45° to the horizontal. 19/90 d. no power is consumed during metal s a. d.993 mm Two balls are randomly picked one after 33. but not divergence free a. The solution of the differential equation working dy  y 2  0 is a.000.007 mm 39. no force between tool and work occurs s  2 2 32. The dimensional limits on a shaft of 25h 7 s c. 2 b. below its recrystallisation temperature xc d.000.25. 1/2 c. unsolvable as equation is non-linear b. 1/8 a. exactly two solutions 35. 25.  d. DE and BF are 34. infinite number of solutions c. For the equations uniformly distributed load “p” per unit x + 2y + z = 6 length on the members EF of the truss 2x + y + 2z =6 shown in figure given below. thread casting are unit vector) is 31.

The m maximum principal stress on the surface which is at 45° to the axis will have a Date for Q. Increase the span of the beam b.  cos 45° A reel of mass “Mass” and radius of gyration “k” is rolling down smoothly from rest with one end b. . . 3 r2  k 2  41. + 175 MPa. Symbol “g” represents the acceleration due problems and choose correct answers. +175 MPa gr 2 c. 2 gs m c. to gravity. Which of the following measures M m will reduce deflection? a. d. 0. A shaft subjected to torsion experiences a d. + 175 MPa. between the block and the floor and “g” the acceleration due to gravity what is the r2  k 2  velocity v of the bullet? mg d. distance “s” along the floor.175 MPa 42. 2 gs d.175 MPa a. r2  k 2  47. 2 cos 45° depicated in the figure. 2 gs m a. 0. 0 r  k 2  2 2 pl mgr 2 d. Consider the thickness of d. 2 gs pure shear stress ton the surface. pl grk c. The tension in the thread is velocity v (as shown in the figure) and gets mgr 2 a. Assuming μ r2  k 2  to be the coefficient of kinetic friction mgk 2 c. mgrk The block with the bullet is seen to move a b. 46 are given below. embedded inside the block of mass “M” r2  k 2  initially at rest on a rough horizontal floor. Select a different material having   M  m lesser modulus of elasticity c. a. r2  k 2  “P” from the Mohr’s circle . 9 of 15 b. 2 cos 45° of the thread wound on it held in the ceiling as c. 0 Determine the directions of maximum and gk 2 minimum principal stresses at the point b. 46. A simply supported laterally loaded beam was found to deflect more than a specified value. c. The linear acceleration of the reel is b. 42-43 are given below. r  k 2  2 44. Solve the “m”. Increase the area moment of inertia M m b. Magnitude of the load to be increased m M 45. A bullet of mass ‘m’ travels at a very high 43. Determine the maximum and minimum principal stresses respectively from the Mohr’s circle a. The state of stress at a point “P” in a two dimensional loading is such that the Mohr’s circle is point located at 175 MPa on the positive normal stress axis. d. Solve the value problems and choose correct answers. 2 sin 45° cos 45° the thread and its mass negligible in comparison with the radius ‘r’ of the hub and the reel mass Data for Q.

approximated as a solid disc. 52.rA) and direction being from 0 speed of 1200 rpm. mass of the flywheel if its diameter is not c. The acceleration of point B with respect to for keeping the fluctuation of speed within point A is a vector of magnitude 2% about the average speed. 90°. d. Assuming the length of the key to be equal to the thickness of the pulley. Solve the 49. the .rA) and direction same as the found to be 2kJ. 0 pulley. 60 Hz b.  (rB . What is the critical speed of rotation of the shaft? a. are assumed to simulate simply supported boundary conditions. a 10kg rotor disc placed in the middle of a A uniform rigid slender bar of mass 10kg.32 rad/s respectively.  (rB . 0.  (rB . Square key of side “d/4” each and length! 50. Solve the problems and choose correct answers.  (rB . The un-damped natural frequency of oscillations of the bar about the hinge The circular disc shown in its plan view in the point is figure rotates in a plane parallel to the horizontal plane about the point 0 at a uniform angular a. 52-53 are given below. 40 kg d. a. Ignore the mass) mounted at the ends. 48. 135° c.  (rB . a flywheel to Z. 50-51 are given below.rA) and direction opposite to be to exceed 1m? direction of motion of point B.rA) and direction same as the d.rA) and direction being from Z b. The a.l × 1011 Pa. For a certain engine having an average d. What is the least possible direction of motion of point B. is required 51. 62 kg d. 18OHz Data for Q. hinged mass-less shaft of diameter 30mm and at the left end is suspended with the help of spring length 500 mm between bearings (shaft is and damper arrangement as shown in the figure being taken mass-less as the equivalent where K2kN/m. The damping coefficient in the vibration equation is given by a. all directions direction of motion of point B. 500 N/(m/s) c. 0 fluctuation of kinetic energy per cycle is b. The shaft is made of steel for which the value of E is 2. 80 Nms/rad d. A flexible rotor-shaft system comprises of problems and choose correct answers. 90 Hz c. C500 Ns/m and the stiffness of mass of the shaft is included in the rotor the torsional spring K0 is 1 kN/m/rad. Two other points A and B are located b. 73kg Date for Q. 10 of 15 a. 80 N/(m/s) 54. 51 kg to 0. 0 direction of motion of point B c. 14. 90° b.43 rad/s velocity o.rA) and direction opposite to the b. l35Hz d. 42. The velocity of point B with respect to is used to transmit torque “T” from the point A is a vector of magnitude shaft of diameter “d” to the hub of a a. 45°.14 rad/s 53. 17. 500 Nms/rad b. The bearings hinge dimensions.  (rB . 30 rad/s on the line OZ at distances r and rB from 0 c. c.

The overall gear ratio in a 2 stage speed reduction gear box (with all spur gears) is 12. 11 of 15 average shear stress developed in the key registered by the weighing balance at this is given by instant of time as 4T a. Solve the problems and choose correct answers. ld b. 0. Water from a tap is falling d. if the angle of overlap of band on the The spring constant is k. Q = l20 58. Q = 480 balance.  QU 2 / 2 8T c. Assuming b. 120 mm maximum efficiency are estimated to be c. Air flows through a venturi and into ld 2 16T atmosphere. 56-57 are given below. Curtis when it hits the water surface is U. The countershaft which is parallel to the input and output shafts has a gear (Z2 teeth) and pinion (Z3 = a. and exit velocity is U.35 Data for Q.25 incompressible frictionless flow. H = l20.  U 2 / 2k   Ds2  D2  15 teeth) to mesh with pinion (Z1 = 16 teeth) on the input shaft and gear (Z4 teeth) on the output b. At a S. Match the following flow rate of Q. 160 mm a. 59. H = 60. 48 and 60 delivering a head of 30m at a flow rate of d. If the rpm is changed 57.30 d. x is c. Gas turbine .  U 2 / 2k   2  1  Ds2 module in the second stage. 60 and 48 60 liters per minute. mg  2  QU 16T c. The input and output shafts of the gear box are collinear. H = 120.  U / 8k   2  1  Ds2 2  Dt  shaft respectively. It was decided to use a gear D 2  ratio of 4 with 3 module in the first stage and 4 c. Q = 3O vertically into the container with a volume 61. The 55. 64 and 45 60. mg   QU a. Q = 120 d. The force 2. the velocity of the water P. 0. Rateau particular instant of time the total mass of R. Air density is . ld 2 d. A water container is kept on a weighing c. In a band brake the ratio of tight side band throat is connected to a cylinder containing tension to the tension on the slack side is a ffictionless piston attached to a spring.  Dt  D 4  56. H = 60. 90 mm flow rate Q in liters per minute at b. The centre distance in the second stage is to 1000. Due to the flow. 240 mm b. pressure is Pa. At a Q. Z2 and Z4 are d. 45 and 64 and at its maximum efficiency is c. atmospheric d. Kaplan the container and water is U. the piston a. mg  2QU 2 / 2 b. Reaction steam turbine the container and water is m. The bottom drum is 1800 the coefficient of friction surface of the piston is exposed to required between drum and the bank is atmosphere. 0. 0. 3.  U 2 / 8k   4  1  Ds2  t D  a. then the head H in meters and a.20 moves by distance x. throat diameter is D exit d3 diameter is Dt. A centrifugal pump running at 500 rpm b. Francis particular instant of time the total mass of 1.

62. V   T ~ U  x  1/ 2 problems and choose correct answers A syringe with a frictionless plunger contains d. 62-63 are given below.13 c.3 67. Q-1. Where Re is the Reynolds the glass at the water-glass interface in number. the outlet temperature of the energy (U).4 is 64. pressure (p). 7. Q-3. Solve the is 10 mm. R-7. Mixed flow turbine is U.5 statements is correct? b. The internal diameter of the syringe Data for Q. plunger is pushed in at 10 mm/s and the water Heat is being transferred by convection from comes out as a jet water at 48°C to a glass plate whose surface that is exposed to the water is at 40°C. which of the following a.0 a. Q-1. 32. 750 mass flow rate = 10 kg/s.6 W/mK and the thermal conductivity of glass is 1. Considering the relationship TdS = dU + = 20°C. outlet temperature = 100°C. 0. 0 b. R-1.8 mass flow rate = 5kg/s. for the a. Impulse water turbine 65. then d. P-2. The value of the temperature gradient in factor is 64/Re.5 × 104 b. V   T b.04 c. internal surroundings. inlet temperature 150°C. 0. d. S-5 greater than 1. the force F in newtons required on the plunger to push out the water is a. 0. 6 the cold fluid. 1.13 d. P-3. Axial turbine heated flat plate. The thermal conductivity of water is 0. Pressure compounding d.0 hot fluid the heat capacity = 2 kJ/kg K. R-5. S-6 is V and .15 63. S-6 a.0 5. 2 × 104 c. Neglecting teat transfer to the pdV between the entrophy (S). Given that the viscosity of water K/m is is 1. For c. the force F in a. Velocity compounding c. 0. 4.  T  V Data for Q. The heat transfer coefficient h in W/m2 K d.5 4. 0. The problems and choose correct answers.0 × 10-3 kg/s m. heat capacity = 4 kJ/kg K. b.2 W/mK. Neglect losses in the cylinder and assume fully developed laminar viscous flow throughout the needle. 0.16 d. Solve the c. Assuming ideal flow. V   T ~ x 1/ 2 water and has at its end a 100mm long needle of 1 mm diameter. 12 of 15 3. In a counter flow heat exchanger. -2 × 104 newtons required on the plunger is b. 45. inlet temperature 68. Centrifugal pump edge the velocity boundary layer thickness a. R-1.5 a. 66-67 are given below. Q-4. 0. temperature (T) cold fluid is °C is and volume (V). Consider a laminar boundary layer over a 6. 4. P-3.the thermal boundary layer b. Water density is 1000 kg/m3. It is applicable only for a reversible process . The free stream velocity 7. P-1. S-7 thickness is T If the Prandtl number is c. the Darcy friction 66. The spatial gradient of temperature in the water at the water-glass inerfae is dT/dy = 1 × 104 K/m. 0. At some distance x from the leading 8. 70.

6.7% 78. 0 69.97 × 106 Otto cycle. 67. A shell of 100mm diameter and 100mm 72.2% d. An automobile engine operates at a fuel air ratio of 0. 2. The COP of the refrigerator is problems and choose correct answers. 0. isoentropic efficiency of the turbine is A refrigerator based on ideal vapour compression 0. 60. With a solidification factor of 0.0 kW d. ll8 mm c. volumetric efficiency of 90% and indicated thermal efficiency of 30%. -200kJ c. a.075 bar the refrigeration effect is equal to b.94. l6l mm d.0 Nitrogen gas (molecular weight 28) is enclosed in b. 1009. 4.5 kW d. tempering 71.75 bar a.4 mm is is to be produced by cup drawing. 0. The enthalpy and entropy values c. The specific heat ratio for a spherical casting of 200 mm diameter of air is 1. 70.5 bar b. 39. 2. 3233 d. 4311 c. c. -0. the indicated mean effective pressure for the engine is 74. 298 K and 1 m3. Solve the at 20 bar. cyaniding process. for a b. 13 of 15 b. and CV = 0. Heat exchange a. 794.6711 with the specific heats CP = 0.0067 reversible process c. a. 2kJ b.64 kJ/ kg condenser as saturated vapour and leaves as b. the d. normalizing d.7538 kJ/kg K enter the turbine Data for Q.l kW c.98 kJ/kg K. 3 8. the solidification time (in seconds) the swept volume. 539 a.66 kJ/kg saturated liquid. 689.00 kJ/kg temperatures are given in the table below. 5. 6. hot combustion products d.02 5 kg/s. 76. 1312.33 a cylinder by a piston. 2. The problems and choose correct answers. 138. The entrophy changes for the Universe + pdV during the process in kJ/K is c.0 gas slowly expands under isothermal condition. the clearance volume is 10% of s/m2. The a. The air standard cycle is efficiency is a. 3. 200kJ required blank diameter is b. Given that the calorific value of the fuel is 45 MJ/kg and the density of air at intake in 1 kg/m3. annealing occurs with the atmosphere at 298 K during this b. 224 mm . 74 & 75 are given below. The work interaction for the Nitrogen gas height with the corner radius of 0. Solve the 75. Hardness of steel greatly improves with until the volume becomes 2m3.8% c. 6. In a particular process. In a gas turbine.0 bar. If refrigerant circulation rate is 0. 2.72 kJ/kg for saturated liquid and vapour at these d.4652 d. The refrigerant enters the a. TdS > dU 73. 71 & 72 are given below. 61.0 kW Data for Q.05. It is equivalent to 1 law. For an irreversible process. 243 bar c. It is valid only for an ideal gas a. The work developed by the turbine cycle operates between the temperature limits of - per kg of gas flow is 20°C and 40°C. 1078 b.4.3% b. at the initial condition of 2 c.6kJ a. For an engine operating on air standard 77. 1500 K exit at 1 bar.

Q-1.l4mm 60rpm? c. 0. Soldering b. Copper Wire of 14. 42 P. Submerged Arc Welding a.000. the sizes given below The punch and the dia clearance is 3%. Solve the total number of straight fringes that can be problems and choose correct answers. 9. A brass billet is to be extruded from its initial diameter of 100mm to a final diameter of 50 mm. Atomic Hydrogen Welding d. Q. 20.25 mm/rev and 1 mm dimension W will have the specification depth of cut.701 mm is to be checked for its pitch S. 5. Thermit Welding c.25 mm/rev and depth of cut of 1mm. 14 of 15 d. Q-5. Balls of 2 mm  4. Q-3. Balls of l. A batch of 10 cutting tools could produce 500 components while working at 50rpm with a tool feed of 0. The working temperature of 700°C and the extrusion constant is 250 MPa. An optical flat is kept resting c.005 8928 mm is used in the inspection. 8 d. R-6. How many components can a. P = 35. the resultant with a feed of 0. P-2.155mm  5. 312 mm 79. A part shown in the figure is machined to punched from a sheet of 2 mm thickness.88 mm b.155 mm  3. The Data for Q. 19.84 mm c. R-4. 19. ISO metric type. Match the following c. 2 b. R-1.000mm and 1. A threaded nut of M 16. Laser Beam Welding measuring 1. Rollers of 1. Titanium sheet diameter using two or three number of Type of joining balls or rollers of the following sizes 1. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 83. Die steel having 2 mm pitch with a pitch diameter R.002mm are a. 31 85. d. 9. 2.00 ± 0. . 37 Work material d. A similar batch of 10 tools of the same specification could produce 122 components while working at 80 rpm With 100% confidence. 10. 03mm a. 1.36 MN d. S-4 lengthwise. Two slip gauges of 10mm width 6. 20. P-5. 86-87 are given below. 13 80.25 mm per revolution. 10. S-6 Monochromatic light of wavelength 0. P-4.02mm and R  13. R-2. P-6. 6 c. Spindle rotates at 200 rpm. S-3 kept side by side in contact with each other b.00 ± 0. The axial feed rate is 0.44 MN a.36 MN c.00 ± The required punch diameter is 0.04 0. Q-4. 29 d.06 mm d. Aiumhhm 82. The force required for extrusion is a.72 MN b. Q = 12.03mm be produced with one cutting tool at b.O8mm.99 ± 0. S-2 on the slip gauges as shown in the figure. Rollers of 2mm  2. observed on both slip gauges is A cylinder is turned on a lathe with orthogonal machining principle.02 mm a.l2 mm 81. A metal disc of 20 mm diameter is to be 84.l3mm b.99 ± 0.00 ± 0.

136 27.000 b.71 products. 3. the are: fixed cost is Rs. Warden makes random checks on a certain student 11 occasions a day during the study hours over a period of 10 days and observes that he is studying on 71 occasions.000 a. Exponentially smoothing average method with a smoothing factor of 0. The 3x1 + x2  24 corresponding numbers for the machine 2 x1 + x2  l0 are Rs.00.9 hours The project can be completed c. 0. 86 the analysis it is found that the shear angle is d. Market demand for springs is 8. 68. The expected number of sales in the next month is a. The thickness of the produced chip is in lots and sells them. 18. between 24. 150 with the durition of the activities marked d.818mm piece per annum.18 d. 95. 1.98 x1 and x2 respectively. x2 > 0 certain strategic reasons both the machines The maximum profit which can meet the are to be used concurrently.22 days 90.5 hours b. 1 respectively. 75 93. 0. A company purchases this spring 86. 0.50 per unit a. 400 friction at the chip total interface obtained b.528 mm storage of springs is Rs. 100 and the variable cost x1 + 3x2  40 is Rs. 29 and subsequently it is only Rs.846mm quantity is 87. the estimated minimum hourse of his study during that 10 day period is a. Using 95% confidence interval. 38 breakeven production rate for each c.00. 91. The cost of making a. The production constraints are available for use. 2 per piece produced. 8. the coefficient of a. 0. d.200. 72 . The cost of b. 59 b. 0. On machine 1. A residential school stipulates the study hours as 8. 13. 200 and Re. 600 in days 89.30 pm. between 20. In the above problem. 44 machine is d. 8. Two machines of the same production rate is 2x1 + 5x2.511 mm a purchase order is Rs. at production levels of d.828 using Earnest and Merchant theory is c. 0.70 days 82. 19 days d. The profit is given 88. For x1 > 0. The economic order d. In c. 0. 100 shown in the net in the following figure c. The b. between 60. 1 and 2.4 hours b.00 pm to 10. The rake angle is 10°. The sale price constraints is of the first 800 units is Rs.36 92. 4. The sales of cycles in a shop in four c. 75 a.75°.26 days consecutive months are given as 70. 0. 120 per stored c. between 18. A manufacturer produces two types of c. 3. 2.4 is used in forecasting.1 hours a.000 per annum. 15 of 15 Depth of cut is 0. 16. A Project consists of activities A to M b.4 mm.

10.0) will be a. 2(1 + v) dy b. 0. 0 Newton d. 60 c. 1  v    2 b. 80 a.GATE-2004 1 of 12 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ONE MARKS QUESTIONS 5. 5 c. NO and OP are 20 Nm/rad. 1. The c. The angle between two unit-magnitude coplanar vectors P(0.866.966. 0. The figure shows the state of stress at a   certain point in a stressed body. 60° 3. 981 Newtons in compression mechanical advantage for the given d. A torque of 10 Nm is transmitted through d.0 c. 45° d. 100 kg. 981 Newtons in tension configuration is . 2(1 . 1  v  a. a. 30° c. 7 d.0 rad a. cos   2 6. 18 a stepped shall as shown in figure.259. In terms of Poisson’s ratio (v) the ratio of Young’s Modulus (E) to Shear Modulus (G) of elastic materials is 1. The radius of Mohr’s stress d. 0. the c. 5. 9 7. The 4.0) and Q(0. cot   2 circle representing this state of stress is 2. tan   magnitudes of normal stresses in the x and 2 y directions are 100 MPa and 20 MPa   respectively. For a mechanism shown below. The subjected to a load of member LN of the angular deflection between the ends M and truss is subjected to a load of P of the shaft is a. The member LN of the truss is 30 Nm/rad & 60 Nm/md respectively. 120 b. If x = a   sin   and y = a 1  cos   . The figure shows a pin-jointed plane truss torsional stiff nesses of individual sections loaded at the point M by hanging a mass of of lengths MN. sin   2 2 1 d.5 rad b. 40 b. 490 Newtons in compression 8.v) then will be equal to dx 1   c. 0° b.0 rad b.500. The sum of the eigen values of the matrix 1 1 3 given below is 1 5 1 3 1 1 a.

  a. d. k f  1 cycle corresponding to maximum work k f  1 output for the given temperature limits of Tmin and Tmax will be 12. 0. 109 cycles  Tmax  13. 0 Pascals on the surface of top plate is b. If the ratio of 14. 3 generation at the rate of ‘q’ can be written d. heat interaction of 2000 kJ causes a. -7000 kJ  kt  1 b.65l × 10-3 c. the work required for factor (Kf). 20 Nm r 2 k  t c. One dimensional unsteady state heat 4 transfer equation for a sphere with heat c. the The equation of stream line passing transmissibility of ratio of isolation is through a point (1. 0. 0. 60 Nm d.5 a. During the expressed as process.2y = 0 a. The pinion rotates at 1200 rpm and transmits a torque of 20 N. 40 Nm 2 q 1 T 2  d. the fluid attains a linear velocity profile in the gap of 0.  c.2) is 1 a. A vibrating machine is isolated from the d.4 × 10-7 m2/s.88) is held between two parallel plates.   b. 104 cycles  c.  Tmax   c. 103 cycles  Tmin  b. k f  1 the surroundings to the heated.0 b.651 × 103 floor using springs.  min  d. rT    r k  t 11. x . The  kt  1 changes in internal energy of the gas during the process is b. 1   2 T  q 1 T b. 106 cycles  T  2 1 b. An incompressible fluid (kinematics  1 viscosity.5 mm between these plates.651 d. 2 of 12 0.6 Nm  2T q 1 T c. The torque transmitted by gear is r 2 r  r  k  t a.5 m/s while the bottom one is held stationary. A gas contained in a cylinder is factor (Kt) and fatigue stress concentration compressed. specific gravity.   0. In terms of theoretical stress concentration 16. b. 2x + y = 0 2 c. A fluid flow is represented by the velocity excitation frequency of vibration of    field V  ax i  ay j . r   r r  r  k  t teeth respectively. The compression ratio of a gas power plant d. +3000kJ d. r   m. 0. 7. Two mating spur gears have 40 and 120 a. the shear stress in a. machine to the natural frequency of the isolation system is equal to 0. 6. 6.51 9. if  Tmin  the top plate is moved with a velocity of . 2x – y = 0 3 b. +7000 kJ k f  1 17. -3000 kJ c. The S-N curve for steel becomes  asymptotic nearly at  Tmax  2 1 a.5.  kt  1 c. 2 1   T  q 1 T 10. where a constant is. x + 2y = 0 4 15. 1. k f  1 a. the notch sensitivity ‘q’ is compression being 5000 kJ.

During the chemical dehumidification c. During the execution of a CNC part Product Demand Order Holding Cost program block (Units) Cost (Rs. l:4 a. 0.2 second. absorption of gases by the liquid metal d.0100 sales for January2003 would be 25.000 a. At the time of starting. The mechanism of material removal in b.000 0. float valve b. C2 Cl2 F4 d. 5 Joule process of air d.0 Y25./order) the type of tool motion will be P 100 50 4 a. In the window air conditioner.2 Joule d. the welded at a current of 5000 A.25 to 1. The maximum possible 0. very high pouring temperature of the specific humidity decreases metal c.   d. idling and low a. The percentage of carbon in gray cast iron used in the new generation domestic is in the range of refrigerators. 0. 27 b. 1000 Joules a. 1. dry bulb temperature and specific 26. slightly leaner than stoichiometric 29. the forecast size 25.75 percent a. Two 1 mm thick steel sheets are to be spot 18. dry bulb temperature decreases and b.0 R5. Melting and Corrosion . Maximum Cost a. Its chemical formula is a. circular Interpolation — counterclockwise The economic order quantity (EOQ) of c. minimum Cost b. 23 clearance in the assembly will be c. zero Float mixture which can be termed as c. 8 to 10 percent d.2. 10 microns d. dry bulb temperature increases and a. 3 of 12  1 c. Melting and Evaporation d. CH CI F2 b. Environment friendly refrigerant R134 is 27./unit/year) NO20 GO2 X45.040 mm mate with holes of size 0. 1 Joule 19. thermostatic expansion valve generated during the process will be c. dry bulb temperature and specific d. the forecast and the actual c.000 0. Cavitations and evaporation  Tmax  25. capillary tube and current flow time of 0. automatic expansion value a. 3 to 4 percent c. rich respectively. rapid feed a. Erosion and Cavitations  Tmin   d. stoichiomeiric sales for December 2002 were 25 and 20 d. maximum Float speed operation. 60 microns 23. For a product. 24 a. 1:1 24. 30 microns following characteristics d.020 mm. Lean d. shafts of constant () is taken as 0. 20 microns 30. heat b. C2 H2 F4 28.0 (Rs. insufficient fluidity of the molten metal specific humidity increases c. linear Interpolation products P and Q will be in the ratio d.25 to 0. Assuming expansion device used is effective resistance to be 200 micro-ohms a. If the exponential smoothing 22. the carburetor supplies a b. 1:8 b. circular Interpolation — clockwise Q 400 50 1 b. improper alignment of the mould humidity increases flasks 20. C2 Cl3 F3 c. 1:2 EDM process is c. 21 b. In PERT analysis a critical activity has 21. There are two products P and Q with the c.75 percent b. Misrun is a casting defect which occurs humidity decrease due to b. In an interchangeable assembly.

31. 8 0. if first card in NOT replaced?  8 x 0 a. (a) has a fitted to the above data. The percentage increase in mass moment of c. 6 a. What is 35. l000 mm formula. the cubic polynomial that can be 37. s If it is used to eject a mass of 100 kg held e as on it. A delayed unit step function is defined as c. 4 two cards are drawn at random. the mass will move up through a c. The volume of an object expressed in spherical co-ordinates is given by 2  /3 1 2 V   r sin  dr d d 0 0 0 The value of the intergal is  a. a 33.7x2 .6x2 + 1 inertia as a result of this addition is d. 1/52 12 6 0  c. (b). 200% . 25% 2 b. 2x3 .2 20 kg is attached as shown in fig. for t  a 36. 2x3 . From a pack of regular from playing cards. 50% c.e as constant of K= 981 ×l03 N/m.6x +2 angular velocity ‘ω’. Its Laplace d. 100 mm 2 1 b.7x2 + 6x + 1 34. An ejector mechanism consists of a helical transform is compression spring having a spring a. 4 d. 4 of 12 TWO MARKS QUESTIONS  d. For which value of x will the matrix given the probability that both cards will be below become singular? Kings. x3 . 500 mm 3 10 c. A rigid body shown in the fig. 2x3 + 7x2 . 58l mm Using Newton’s forward difference d. 3  b. 6 32. a. It is pre- e  as compressed by 100mm from its free state. A balancing mass of b. 1/221 b.7x2 + 6x . b. distance of s e as d. 12 1. 1/26  4 0 2   b. for t  a u t  a    . 1/169 a. The values of a function f(x) are tabulated below x f(x) 0 1 1 2 a. 100% d. 3 c. is mass of 10kg. It rotates with a uniform a.

N . 63. A steel beam of breadth 120 mm and height 750mm is loaded as shown in the figure.72 MPa configuration in located at a position b. L Esteel = 200 GPa. of maximum shear stress developed is The instant center 24 for the given a. 41 & 42 are given below. The total change in length of the rod due to loading is a. 604 m/s2 c. 1208 m/s2 40. 8750 kNm 42. 5000N component of acceleration of link 1 is 39. b. Solve the problems and choose correct answers. the relative velocity a. 302 m/s2 b.72 MPa d. 73. K. 93. – 20 μm d. If the pin-joint is assumed to be frictionless.l0μm b. 67. . The beam is subjected to a maximum magnitude of force F required to hold the bending moment of weight is a. 1000N of link 1 with respect of link 2 is 12 m/sec. It is loaded at four points.72 MPa Data for Q.72 MPa c.75rnm d. 2500N rpm.1 XX is the line of action of the input force and YY is the line of application of gripping force. 47. 6750 kNm d. The value of maximum deflection of the beam is a. Assume a. 906 m/s2 d. In the figure shown. The figure below shows a planar transmits a torque of 1600 N. the 41. 37. b. 83. M c. 1 μm a. The value mechanism with single degree of freedom. The figure below shows a steel rod of 25mm2 cross sectional area. l6 μm c.75mm c. 5 of 12 38. Assume E = 200 GPa. The magnitude of Coriolis d. 57. The figure shows a pair of pin-jointed gripper-tongs holding an object weighting 2000 N.75mm b. m. The co-efficient of friction (μ) at the gripping surface is 0. M and N. 2000N Link 2 rotates at a constant speed of 120 c.75mm 43. 3375 kNm b. A solid circular shaft of 60 mm diameter 44. 4750 kNm c. L.

end. The gears have in lateral vibration of this system is critically volute teeth of 2 mm module. 400 N/m d.25 Ns/m 47. end of a steel cantilever beam of length A compacting machine shown in the figure below 1000mm having a cross-section of 25 × 25 is used to create a desired thrust force by using a mm. Straight line motion the force acting along the line of action a. Geneva mechanism required on the input shaft to create 1000 R. P-4 Q-l R-2 S-3 45. 4. 19. A mass M. P-4 Q-3 R-l S-2 having a weight of 300 N is pivoted at one 48. 50 Nm 3. If the pressure angle of the rack is 20°. 500 N/m d. P-5 Q-4 R-3 a. the torque Q. 250 N . 6 of 12 d. 1000 N/m Data for Q. Intermittent motion c.50 Ns/m d. Simple harmonic motion 50. 32 Nm 2. P-1 Q-3 R-1 b. P-2 Q-3 R-1 S-4 between the rack and the gear teeth is b. For keeping the rod vertical in a Type of Joint stable position the minimum value of P-Revolute spring constant K needed is Q-Cylindrical R-Spherical Degrees of constraint 1. Solve the 46. of 20Kg is attached to the free problems and choose correct answers. Zero a. Match the following with respect to spatial end and connected to a spring at the other mechanisms. 156. damped using a viscous damper. Four 4.  c. Five 3. A uniform stiff rod of length 300mm and d. 49-50 are given below. 20 Nm Motion achieved b. Match the following Type of Mechanism P. 3l2. If the mounted on the motor shaft.Russell mechanism 49. 300 N/m c. Off-set slider-crank mechanism N output thrust is S. 25 Nm 1. Three 2. Scott . P-3 Q-2 R-4 S-1 a. Two 5. If the drive efficiency is 80%. 625 L/m c. Scotch Yoke mechanism a. P-4 Q-5 R-3 c. 1250 Ns/m b. Quick return motion d. The input gear in be neglible and Esteel = 200 GPa. Assume the mass of the cantilever to rack and pinion arrangement. P-2 Q-3 R-1 b. the damping constant of the damper is a.

1. Match the following the cylinder is rotated about its axis at an Type of gears angular velocity of . Non-parallel. If the bolt used has metric threads and unifonu at any cross-section. non-intersecting shafts  4  4. If 52. the of 4 mm pitch. 4.00 liters/sec speed of water in the pipe is 2m/s. P-l.5 – 8. Q-3.16 liters/sec .4 12 100.  2 LR25 a.8 away from the location of the pump 8. 2.9 – 8. the thrust at the P.36 × 10-3 N/m2 7. For a fluid flow through a divergent pipe d.  R 2    gH  3.2 m having Mean flow rate of the liquid is Darcy’s friction factor of 0.5 8. 532 N 54. and air process plant has kinematics viscosity of 1. S-4 U 3 y 1 y  3 4.23 kg/m3. 2. Q-3. as c.3 8.6 c. 8. Non-parallel intersecting shafts   2 R 2  d. R-4.  R 2  gH R. The following data about the flow of liquid was observed in a continuous chemical If the free stream velocity is 2m/s. Hypoid gears b. the wall stree at Flow rate Mean value Freque fx x = 1m.01. 342 N d. A centrifugal pump is required to pump 8. P-3.5 – 7.26 liters/sec c.1 – 8. Herringbone gears  2 R 2 S.  2 LR25 c. R-4. velocity (U) a.0 Nm d. 8. Non-parallel off-set shafts 2. In a bolted joint two members are R1 and R2 respectively and a constant flow connected with an axial tightening force of rate of Q.6 1 7.1 expressed respectively. 43. R-1.8 5 39 d. the average a.36 × 102 N/m2 (x) b. S-3 and boundary layer thickness () can be b.4 Nm 55. Worm gears a. 7 of 12 b. Parallel shafts 56.7 Nm 2Q 2  R2  R1  b.  d.9 7.7 8.2 14 139 water to an open water tank situated 4 km 8. the c. S-2 Ua 2  2    Re x 53. 8. Bevel gears bottom of the cylinder is Q. If it is to maintain a constant head of 5-m in the b. A closed cylinder having a radius R and d.  LR23 2Q 2  R1  R2  c.  R 2 4 Arrangement of shafts c.7 – 7. 1.1 8. S. Q-2. 2. 600 N of length L having inlet and outlet radii of 51.3 – 8.8 Nm height H is filled with oil of density . 8. Q-2.5 × 10-5 m2/s and density of 1.18 × 10-3 N/m2 7. P-4.6 × 10-3 N/m2 7.06 liters/sec tank neglecting other minor losses. P-2. the torque required for acceleration at the exit is achieving the tightening force is 2Q  R1  R2  a.  LR23 2Q 2  R1  R2  b. 0. For air flow over a flat plate.  R   2 R 2   gH  2 1.7 7. R-l. assuming the velocity to be axial 2200 N.64 x     . is of flow rate ncy (f) a.0 35 280 57.6 10 86 through a pipe of diameter 0.

94 W/m d. 55.44 W/m 59. the suitable type of stream.Backward curved vanes d.36 m2 62. 8 of 12 absolute discharge pressure at the pump 61.68 m2 d.6 kW/m2 transforms it to a.9 s R .5 m d.7 s S . Pelton C = 400 J/kg K and  = 8500 kg/m3. At a hydro electric power plant site.00 bar a. a. S-6 d. 7. Draft tube condenser at 80°C.Microhydel plant c. 44.33 m2 unknown pressure P is b. 7. 9. 16. 5. Propeller a hot stream of 300°C. If the thermocouple initially at 30° C is placed in d. If the heat engine is d. A spherical thermocouple junction of be installed is required to run at 4.7 m2 c. Match the following the bead to reach 298°C. R-2.35 s Q . 2. the minimum 58. Q-5. Plant with power output below 100 kW 64. 0.911 bar rejects heat at 315 K. 944. 0. The convective heat transfer co- turbine for this site is coefficient on bend surface is 400 W/m2 a.187 kJ/kgK. R-1. The 100kW to 1MW condensing steam is at a temperature of 3.00 bar. A stainless steel tube (ks = 19 W/mK) of 2 cm ID and 5 cm OD in insulated with 3 cm thick asbestos (ka = 0. The fluid heated to 350 K is used to run a heat engine which c. P-3. the b. bar to deliver 2. P-4.706 mm is to be used for the revolution per second (rps) with an overall measurement of temperature of a gas efficiency of 90%.449 bat the internal energy of a fluid at an overall b. R-1. High flow rate.01 Bar c. Positive displacement 120°C and cooling water leaves the 4. c. 2.Axial flow pump b. Q-5.21 W/m and 10.0 diameter 0.707 m2 a. Q-5. 79.72 W/m available head and flow rate are 24. If the temperature difference between the inner a. 1m3/s respectively. In a condenser. Francis K.5 kW power. R-6.20. If the overall heat transfer 6.66 m2 ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE 1. water enters at 30°C and 2.4 s 1.Reciprocating pump a. 83. A solar collector receiving solar radiation exit is at the rate of 0. Specific heat of water 5. P-3.00 be bar and PG2 = 1.2 W/mK). Then value of a. 14.01 bar heat transfer rate per unit length is c. Thermo physical properties of b.01 bar most and outermost surfaces is 600°c. the time taken by 60.4 m2 d. 4. S-6 c. c. Centrifugal pump impeller coefficient is 2000 W/m2 K. Plant with power output between flows at the rate 1500 kg/hr. the heat transfer area is Codes. 5. 141. 0.01 bar b.50. low pressure ratio is 4. 29. 70. P-3. 9447.07 m2 b. If the turbine to 63. Q-5. 39. Kaplan thermocouple material are k = 20 W/m2K. 1. S-6 . The pressure gauges G1 and G2 installed area of the solar collector required would on the system show pressure of PG1 = 5. S-2 b. bar efficiency of 50%. is P .

01291.40 .3 kJ/kg d. neglecting pump work is All cylinders firing.1 kJ c. 0. Solve the saturation pressure of water at 18°C and problem and choose the correct answers. 7. 0.5 kJ b. The cycle has a cylinder diameter of 10 cm and energy absorbed from low temperature stroke length of 15 cm.15 c.07% c. The ratio of reservoir by the refrigerator for each U of specific heats for air is 1. 973.6% Number 4 cylinder not firing -2098kW 69. 63.33 kJ/kg b.8% Number 1 cylinder not firing -2102 kW b.64 assumed to be b. are volume of liquid handled by the pump can be a. The available energy of this billet is a.5 kJ/kg K.71 kJ a. During a Morse test on a 4 cylinder engine.013 bar) is 18°C.5 kJ atmospheric pressure (1.02062 bar and 0. 41.33 kJ/kg a. 0. 52.1 kJ c. and then expanded in a low pressure and enthalpy (kg/kg of dry air) of this turbine to 10 kPa (h6 =2165 kJ/kg) the specific moist air respectively. is used to drive a refrigerator having a 67. After 1. 8 5. 81.5% Number 3 cylinder not firing -2100 kW d. 68 & 69 are given below.88 id/kg K and the latent heat of expansion in the turbine to 400 kPa (h4 = 2609 vaporization water of 0°C is 2500 kJ/kg.44 MJ b. the following measurements of 68. If the clearance energy absorbed from high temperature volume is 196. 78. A steel billet of 2000 kg mass is to be cooled from 1250 K to 450 K. 15.95 MJ c. 0.53% b. the a. kJ/kg).01532. The Data for Q. 490.0105 1. 48. The enthalpy at the pump discharge (h2)is The mechanical efficiency of the engine is a. 3.3 kJ 71. the steam is reheated to 350°C (h5 = 3170 The specific humidity (kg/kg of dry air) kJ/kg).14 kJ work output per cycle per kg of air is b. 879. 9 of 12 65. 0. The thermal efficiency of the plant brake power were taken at constant speed. 58. 30.005 and turbine at 4 MPa. The ambient temperature is 303 K and specific heat of steel is 0.0 kJ/kg (d) c.22% 70.1% Number 2 cylinder not firing -2102 kW c.10 MJ 66.3037 kW a. 10. 3. 0. The air dry bulb temperature is 30°C.35 MJ d. 350°C (h3 = 3095 kJ/kg). Steam leaves the boiler and enters the water vapour respectively are 1. 890. 81. The specific heat of air and as shown. 61.4.04241 bar Consider a steam power plant using a reheat cycle respectively.2 kJ d. 91. 895.60 d. An engine working on air standard Otto coefficient of performance of 5.07% d.3 cc and the heat supplied source by the engine is per kg of air per cycle is 1800 kJ/kg. 0. 4. The heat released during this process is to be used as a source of energy. 0. 30°C are 0. 33. Dew point temperature of air at one d.01481.

5° c.10) c.2 8 mm/rev and drill point angle is 120°. A R-12 refrigerant reciprocating Assuming drill over travel of 2 mm.99 c. Gray cast iron blocks 200 × 100 × l0 mm are to be cast in sand moulds. In a machining operation.03.03 a.006 mm and 20. Shear provided on the Roll is of diameter 600mm and it rotates at punch is 2 mm. clockwise circular various states are given in the figure.050 designed for a hole 20.4° 74. 120mm 75.15) 77.35 × 10-3 m3/s 78.050mm a. Shear 79. 1. 10mm diameter holes are to be punched in a steel sheet of 3 mm thickness. 39 mm c.15 and the specific volume at the suction d. 26.010 Chip thickness : 1. The roll strip contact length will the operation will be be a. In a 2-D CAD package. Other properties at 76.15) d. 4 seconds evaporator temperature of -20°C.000 mm. In an orthogonal cutting test on mild steel. 63. l.3kN d. 20. (l0.l0) b. The ratio of the volume of pattern to that of the casting will be a.010 mm and 20. 5 mm b. 22. the actual to P2 (10.054mm c. b.0l4 mm and 20. 15) will have its center at volume effect of clearance is a. l0) realize 2 tons of refrigeration. 6. the compressor operates between the time for producing a hole will be condensing temperature of 30°C and a.6kN c.014 mm and 20. specified from P1 (15. Shrinkage allowance for pattern making is 1%. 20. (15. 0. 37. 100 seconds is 0. Gauge 0. 61.01 d. The b.5 × 10-3 m3/s the following data were obtained c. 110 seconds is 0. 4. the Friction angle during the machining will be a. 0.6° b. 10 of 12 72. 25 seconds clearance volume ratio of the compressor c.5mm tolerances can be taken as 10% of the hole Cutting force : 900 N tolerance. Go and NO-GO plug gauges are to be Tool rake angle : + 5° 0. 31. (l0. sizes of GO and NO-GO gauge will be respectively Using Merchant’s analysis. doubling the drilled in a steel plate of2O mm thickness. 635 × 10-3 m3/s Cutting speed : 40 m/min d. Following ISO system of gauge Thrust force : 450 N design.1089 m3/kg. Through holes of 10mm diameter are to be 80. In a rolling process.6kN a. 1 cutting speed reduces the tool life to th Drill spindle speed is 300 rpm.3mm 73.046 b. sheet of 25 mm strength of the material is 400 N/mm2 and thickness is rolled to 20 mm thickness.054 d. 94. 63. 45° d. Specific heat ratio of the vapour is 1.88 × 10-3/s Depth of cut : 0. penetration is 40%. 20. To are of radius 5.7kN b. The blanking force during 100prm. 78 mm d.97 b. feed 0. 20. (15. .

Match the following 3. 2 hours 83. b. Coining production of a component. Tool maker’s Microscope Process a. Sine bar characteristics 6. P-5 Q-1 R-2 S-2 Setup time 30 mm. P-1 Q-5 R-3 S-2 Machine Tool Machine Tool d. Electric Discharge Machining Feature to be inspected 4. Injection molding b. Spirit Level process and the corresponding process 5. 11 of 12 of the original value. Cementite is converted into globular Q-Packaging containers for liquid structure R-Long structural shapes 4. P-1 Q-4 R-4 S-2 Characteristics 82. Plasma Arc Machining d. Austenite is converted into marten site P-Molded luggage 3. Carbon is absorbed into the metal Process a. A standard machine tool and an automatic 5.Martempering d. 4 R-Fine hole drifting in thin sheets 1 S-Tool sharpening c. Electrochemical Grinding R-Alignment error of a surface plate a. Abrasive Flow Machining 81. 5 min performed on hard-to-machine materials per piece by using the processes listed below. Laser beam Machining Q-Flatness error of a surface 6. P-2 Q-3 R-5 S-6 2. b. Hot rolling c. P-5 Q-2 R-1 S-6 Q . P-1 Q-5 R-4 4. P-4 Q-3 R-2 2. P-3 Q-1 R-5 1. 200 per Rs. Match the following 1. The exponent n in Choose the best set of Operation.Process Taylor’s tool life equation VTn = C. 8 P-Debarring (internal surface) 1 Q-Die sinking b. P-4 Q-5 R-2 S-3 Standard Automatic c. choose the 3. Dividing Head and Dial Gauge most appropriate set of heat treatment 4. Both hardness and brittleness are reduced S-Collapsible tubes 5. Transfer molding 85. P-1 Q-5 R-3 S-4 S-Profile of a cam b. Auto Collimator d. P-4 Q-1 R-2 3. 2 2. Following a. Austenite is converted into bainite Product 2. 3 Process 1 1. Typical machining operations are to be Machining time 22 mm.Austempering c. P-6 Q-2 R-4 S-6 P . Ultrasonic Machining P-Pitch and Angle errors of screw thread 5. P-5 Q-l R-2 S-6 1. is combinations 1 Operation a. 800 per hour hours . Optical Interferometer 84. From the lists given below. Blow molding machine tool are being compared for the 6. P-6 Q-4 R-1 S-3 R . Machine rate Rs. P-1 Q-4 R-6 S-3 data refers to the two machines. Impact extrusion d.Tempering. P-1 Q-4 R-1 S-2 Instrument c.

12 min b. 600 88. 1.l00/ order and allowance of 20 percent of the total time carrying cost of Rs. 1/6 day over two days (16 hours) during which an b. 1 day working time was 90% of the total time d. 12 of 12 The breakeven production batch size served’ queue discipline. Electric wiring 16 available @600 pieces per day only. the safety stock justified by the b. 5 per day with a range of zero to seven.3 and Ps. of-stock. An electronic equipment manufacturer has c. 3 c. This operation and Q. 2. the daily and T would respectively be production quantities of P and Q toys a. c. A maintenance service facility has Poisson d. 20 87. A company has an annual demand of 1000 to be 120 percent. E maximization of profits. 500. 4 d. 5 For line balancing the number of work on type P and Q respectively. 400 each time the company runs out- a. 1000 arrival rates. 1 should respectively be b. Test 3 company makes a profit of Rs. The maintenance a. 4. 3 day and the performance rating was estimated 89. Production time of Q is twice that consists of three activities as below of P and the company has a maximum of Activity Standard 2000 time units per day. 1000. 2. 1000 d. 3. If the contract provides units. 1/3 day employee soldered 108 joints. negative exponential service time and operates on a ‘first come first . The supply of raw time (mm) material is just sufficient to produce 1500 M. Mechanical assembly 12 toys (of any type) per day. ordering cost of Rs. 2 b. 40 decided to add a component sub-assembly d. 500 c. 100/unit-year. 8 min. the standard time for the stock-out costs are estimated to be nearly operation would be Rs. 2. 8. 800. 1000. The T. 225 86. 100 operation that can produce 80 units during 90. 1 a. l0 min a. A company produces two types of toys: P a regular 8-hour shift. will be range of zero to eight. Toy type Q requires an electric switch which is E. 3. 2. Actual c.9 min carrying cost will be c. A soldering operation was work-sampled a. Break-downs above which the automatic machine tool occur on an average of 3 per day with a will be economical to use. 24 The mean waiting time for an item to be serviced would be d. If the available. 4 crew can service an average of 6 machines b. For stations required for the activities M.

a line integral and a surface integral = 2t3 + t2 + 2t. zero b. y  dxdy. with items are defective is above of mass 1 kg. What is q? a. the bob has a speed of 5 m/s. v = 0. v = 0. 4y c. 25N a 8.2234 a. If v is the velocity and a the b. After the d. the motion started with c.  r  0.  r  0. 0 a The rod rests on a frictionless surface. As it passes through its mean a. 0. the free ends will have 5. Ten items d. If the radial and 0 longitudinal thermal stresses are a represented by  r and  z respectively.GATE-2005 1 of 13 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ONE MARKS QUESTIONS c. 2 sin 7 xdx rod is heated uniformly. a = 0 2. The b. 0. Changing the order of the integration in 8 2 the double integral I   f  x. 0. 5N 3. a line integral and a volume integral a. x d. z  0 d. equal slopes but not equal deflections a.0036 position. a surface integral and a volume acceleration of the particle in consistent integral units. z  0 4. equal slopes as well as equal b. is in simple harmonic motion. The probability that exactly 2 of the chosen 7. The time variation of the position of a particle m rectilinear motion is given by x a. y  dydx 0 x/4 8 q leads to I    f  x. slender cylindrical rod is made a. a = 2 are chosen randomly from this lot. 2 supported as shown. a = 0 d. The b. 2 sin 6 xdx of a homogeneous and isotropic material. v = 2.1937 net force on the bob at the mean position is c.  r  0. 3 contact through a rigid roller. v = 2. Two identical cantilever beams are b. equal deflections but not equal slopes r p b. gradient of a function and its surface b. z  0 a. 1 9. c. 8 1. 2. The c. l6y2 deflections . Stokes theorem connects 6. A is a 3 × 4 real matrix and Ax = b is an inconsistent system of equations. A simple pendulum of length of 5m. with their free ends in c. 2  sin 6 x  sin 7 x  dx then 0 a.   sin x  sin 7 x  dx is equal to 6 a d. zero d. A lot has 10% defective items. a = 2 integral c.5N a c.3 874 b. A uniform. z  0 highest possible rank of A is d. 0. 4 load P is applied.  r  0.

The number of degrees of freedom of a T planar linkage with 8 links and 9 simple b. Rotation factor law in not satisfied 13. There are four samples P. The following four figures have been u drawn to represent a fictitious Then . The following figure was generated from 11. 128 and 256 body emissive power to wave length at the Hz. Rand S with experimental data relating spectral black natural frequencies 64. on the p-v and T-s x planes. neither equal slopes nor equal T a. v a. 4 15. 2  2T c.  x v c. Summerfield number b. x 2 d. xt b. 2 of 13 d. The velocity components components in d. correct because the maxima in Eb bearings? show the correct trend a. T is the temperature at position T x. is equal to thermodynamic cycle.  y 14. correct because Planck’s law is b. deflections x 10. wrong because the Stefan Boltzmann d. y v d. 96. which of the samples will show the most perceptible induced vibration? a. respectively. P b. x v b. if a loud pure note of frequency 144Hz is produced by some instrument. Q. T2 and T3 ( T1 > T2 setups for conducting vibration > T3). at time t. Then is proportional to t . R d. 16. 1 c. wrong because Wien’s displacement the x and y directions of a two dimensional law is not satisfied potential flow are u and v. Rating life satisfied c. respectively. Which one of the following is criterion in are the design of hydrodynamic journal a. They are mounted on test three temperatures T1. Q c. 3 d. x revolute joints is  2T a. In a case of one dimensional heat conduction in a medium with constant properties. Specific dynamic capacity c. S The conclusion in that the measurements 12. experiments.

002 b. Air gets heated and dehumidified c. both strength and ductility of the metal decrease c. The air leaving the According to the first law of spray humidifier is not saturated. ductility decreases . a.75 19. equal areas are enclosed the following statements is true? by a. 0. P-4 Q-5 R-1 S-2 d. Sand mixing a. Annealing 5. 1. Die casting 4. Core making 3. Figures 1 and 3 c. strength of the metal increases but d. Water at 42°C is sprayed into a stream of air at atmospheric pressure. 3 of 13 18.Hot Chamber Machine Q . the amount of moisture in kg per kg of dry air will be approximately. When the temperature of a solid metal increases. Match the items of List-I (Equipment) 17.dielectric Baker S . 0. Air gets heated and humidified b. Air gets cooled and dehumidified d. Which of thermodynamics. Figures 1 and 2 b. Figures 2 and 3 20.25 d. dry bulb temperature of 40°C and a wet bulb temperature of 20°C.sand Blaster Process a. strength of the metal decreases but c. Which correct answer using the given codes. P-4 Q-2 R-3 S-5 c. 75% relative humidity and standard atmospheric pressure). b. For atypical sample of ambient air (at 30°C. Ap-v diagram has been obtained from a with the items of List-II (Process) the test on a reciprocating compressor.027 c. P-2 Q-1 R-4 S-5 b. both strength and ductility of the metal increase d.Muller R . Figures 1 and 4 d. Cleaning 2. P-3 Q-5 R-2 S-1 21. of the following represents that diagram? Equipment P . 0. 0. ductility increases b. Air gets cooled and humidified a. a.

machining cost 27. is equal to d. If the for cast for the fifth year. A 25. the number of d. D. 1/7 b. The sales of a product during the last four a. tool changing cost c. non-productive cost. LC. increases with increase in gap between the two joining surfaces c. The figure below shows a graph which average the value of the exponential qualitatively relates cutting speed and cost smoothing constant  is per piece produced. 9 simple exponential smoothing. lesser than the lower limit of the hole b. D. abrasive flow machining a. non-productive cost. 880. In order to have interference fit. 2/7 . LC and M essential that the lower limit of the shaft c. 4 of 13 22. greater than the lower limit of the hole a. An assembly activity is represented on an b. 1. decreases with increases in gap between the two joining surfaces b.2 and 3 respectively alloy is to be finish machined. machining cost. 8 units. machining cost. electro-chemical machining Laser Cutting of Sheet (LC)— Spot c. Which among the NC operations given below are continuous path operations? Arc Welding (AW)—Milling (M) a. decreases up to certain gap between the two joining surfaces beyond which it increases d. machining cost. D and located a three dimensional work- piece during machining. When 3-2-1 principle is used to support c. P and SW should be d. A zigzag cavity in a block of high strength The three curves 1. greater than the upper limit of the hole 28. AW. tool changing cost b. laser beam machining Welding (SW) d. LC. non-productive cost. d. it is b. AW. electric discharge machining Drilling (D)—Punching in Sheet Metal (P) b. and SW a. a. lesser than the upper limit of the hole Operation Process Chart by the symbol c. LC and M 24. O degrees of freedom that are restricted is 29. 870 and 890 units. using c. D. The forecast for the fourth year was 876 b. The strength of a brazed joint a. This can be represent carried out by using a. 7 years were 860. tool changing cost.5 c. non-productive cost d. increases up to certain gap between the two joining surfaces beyond which it decreases 23. 10 the forecast using a three period moving 26. tool changing cost.

1/11 34. x1 = 2 1  38. v/u)  (u. v) is number in the system is restricted to a a.1. y) = uv.5 1   1 b. x1 = 1. y (u. By a change of variable x (u. 0  Raphson method in solving the equation x3   + 3x—7 = 0 gives the next value (x1) as  2  a.d r of the vector 0      V . the integrand with Poisson arrivals ( = 4/hour) and f(x. 5 of 13 d. 5/36 a. The  (u. m TWO MARKS QUESTIONS 3 d. v2 joining the queue is d. Which one of the following is an dx x 5 0 0 0 what is y(e)? 0 5 5 0  a. Starting from x0 = 1.01x  0. ¾ c. 1 0 0 2 1   c. 1/9 equations x  y  2. 50 units Statement for Linked Answer Questions d. The probability that a b. 4/3m dy 21nx 35. cannot be determined without 1  specifying the path 0    37.   c.v). one step of Newton- c.99 y  b ? b. 2/3m 2 2 c. 1/10 that can be enclosed by a sphere of 1 m c. is zero 1    c. y) changes to f(uv. 1/e 0 0 3 1 d. Zero c. e eigenvector of the matrix  b. 2/5 33. x1 =1. 30.5 2    d. ¼ b. Consider a single server queuing model v) = v/u is double integrial. With a 1 unit change in b what is the probability that the sum is neither 8 nor 9? change in x in the solution of the system of a.1) 0  0  a. What is the 32. = 4/hour). Then. 2 u/v maximum of 10.406 d. The line integral  V .   b. x1 = 0.  r   2 xyziˆ  x 2 zjˆ  x 2 ykˆ from the origin 0  to the point P(1. 1 a. 2 units d. 100 units 14 & 15: The complete solution of the . The right circular cone of largest volume b. 1. is 1 b. then 31. exponential service (. 1/9 radius has a height of d. is -1 0  d. 1/e2 1   2    a. If x 2  2 xy  and y(1) = 0. 1/3m b. 1/2 a. 2 uv person who comes in leaves without c.   36. A single die is thrown twice.

The coefficient mv 2 of friction on every pair of contacting c. 41. approximately its velocity relative to the barrel is 3m/s. rad / s 3 10 d. c. The solid wheel has a mass of 20kg and a radius of im. zero 1 b. p = 4. q = 3 b. the angular velocity of the 42. A cage and a counter weight. 5. xe  x 1 2 c. e3x b. The lower book is pulled with a horizontal force F. They are joined at B through a shaft coupling. A l kg mass of clay. zero velocity of 10m/s. Which of the following is a solution of the differential equation d2y dy 2  p   q  1  0? dx dx a. 7 m/s same material. value of F for which slip occurs between t the two books is 44. p and q are power that the motor must have is a. moving with a a. The magnitude of the absolute velocity of the shell is a. a peak speed v.3. The cage and the counterweight are coupling. while the ends A 43. p = 4. The minimum 2mv 2 d. while the barrel is swinging upwards with a constant angular velocity of 2 rad/s. If the inertias of the pulley and the chain are neglected. q = 4 c. rad / s a.74 N Assuming that the wheel is sei into pure d. x 2 e2 x mv 2 b. mv 2 d. 8. If TA and TC represent the connected by chain that passes over a . the minimum 39. The pulley is coupled to a motor. It d2y dy is desired that the elevator should have a equation  p  qy  0 is dx 2 dx maximum stopping time of t seconds from y  c1e  x  c2 e 3 x .06 N wheel and sticks to it. Two books of mass 1 kg each are kept on a 2t table. 3 m/s 3 b. 4 m/s 45. 1. xe2 x a. t surfaces is 0. A shell is fired from cannon. 5 m/s and diameters d and 2d. one over the other. of mass m twisting moment T is applied to the each. q = 4 40. q = 3 d. are made of the d. of equal length c. At the instant wheel immediately after the impact is the shell is just about to leave the barrel. Then. An elevator (lift) consists of the elevator and C are built-in (cantilevered). p = 3. 6 of 13 ordinary differential pulley.83 N rolling motion. rad / s 3 10 c. The two shafts AB and BC. p = 3. strikes a stationary b.

the length of the spring becomes 100mm. For the spring. respectively. k = 1862 N/m . the length of b. load P acting as shown. TC = TA of the bending stress is b. A cantilever beam carries the anti- strength is symmetric load shown. A weighing machine consists of a 2 kg pan resting on a spring. l0 = 220 mm. the bending moment at A is b. with the pan resting on the spring. the spring is 200mm. 2 shear stress theory for yielding. Then. c. zero d. The end A is built-in (cantilevered) and the end C is simply-supported. pL 49. 50. In this condition. The Mohr’s circle of plane stress for a b. c. Abeam is made up of two identical bars AB and BC. TC = 8TA c. TC = 16TA d. 90 MPa d. With the a. by hinging them together at B. d. 50 MPa c. 7 of 13 twisting moments at the ends A and C. A cantilever beam has the square cross section of 10 mm × 10 mm. where w0 is the peak intensity of the distributed load. a. the correct representation of the longitudinal variation a. Considering only the bottom fibres of the beam. The design is to 3 pL be done on the basis of the maximum c. It carries a transverse load of 10 N. Qualitatively. 48. the un-deformed length l0 and the spring constant k(spiffiness) are a. TA = l6TC 46. 2 point in a body is shown. the correct bending moment diagram for this beam is a. When a mass of 20 kg is placed on the pan. then d. indeterminate yielding will just begin if the designer chooses a ductile material whose yield 47. 100 MPa a. 45 MPa b.

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b. l0 = 210 mm, k = 1960 N/m
c. l0 = 200 mm, k = 1960 N/m
d. l0 = 200 mm, k = 2156 N/m
51. In a cam-follower mechanism, the
follower needs to rise through 20mm
during 60° of cam rotation, the first 30°
with a constant acceleration and then with
a deceleration of the same magnitude. The
initial and final speeds of the follower are
zero. The cam rotates at uniform speed of
300 rpm. The maximum speed of the 54. Which kind of 4-bar mechanism is
follower is O2ABO4?
a. 0.60 m/s a. Double crank mechanism
b. 1.20 m/s b. Crank-rocker mechanism
c. 1.68 m/s c. Double rocker mechanism
d. 2.40 m/s d. Parallelogram mechanism
52. A rotating disc of 1 m diameter has two 55. At the instant considered, what is the
eccentric masses of 0.5 kg each at radii of magnitude of the angular velocity of O4B?
50 mm and 60mm at angular positions of a. 1 rad/s
0° and 150°, respectively. A balancing b. 3 rad/s
mass of 0.1 kg is to be used to balance the
c. 8 rad/s
rotor. What is the radial position of the
balancing mass? d. 64/3 rad/s
a. 50 mm 56. At the same instant, if the component of
the force is joint A and AB is 30N, then
b. 120m006Dr
the magnitude of the joint reaction at 02
a. is zero
c.
b. is 30N
d. 150mm
c. is 78N
e. 280mm
d. cannot be determined from the given
53. In a spring-mass system, the mass is 0.1 kg
data
and the stiffness of the spring is 1 kN/m,
By introducing a damper, the frequency of Statement for linked Answer Questions 57 and
oscillation is found to be 90% of the 58:
original value. What is the damping A band brake consists of a lever attached to one
coefficient of the damper’? end of the band. The other end of the band is fixed
a. 1.2N.s/m to the ground. The wheel has a radius of 200 mm
and the wrap angle of the band is 270°. The
b. 3AN.s/m
braking force applied to the lever is limited to
c. 8.7N.s/m l00N, and the coefficient of friction between the
d. 12.0N.s/m band and the wheel is 0.5. No other information is
given.
Common Data for Questions 54, 55 and 56:
An instantaneous configuration of a four-bar
mechanism, whose plane is horizontal, is shown in
the figure below. At this instant, the angular
velocity and angular acceleration of link Q2A are
 = 8 rad/s and  = 0, respectively, and the
driving torque () is zero. The link Q2A is
balanced so that its centre of mass falls at O2.

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57. The maximum tension that can be c. Flow direction is A to B and PB - PA =
generated in the band during braking is 20 kPa
a. 1200N d. Flow direction is B to A and PB - PA
b. 2110N 1.4 kPa
c. 3224N 61. A leaf is caught in a whirlpool. At a given
instant, the leaf is at a distance of 120m
d. 4420N
from the centre of the whirlpool. The
58. The maximum wheel torque that can be whirlpool can be described by the
completely braked is following velocity distribution:
a. 200 N.m  60  103  300  103
Vr     m/s and V 
b. 382 N.m  2 r  2 r
c. 604 N.m m/s, where r (in meters in the distance
d. 844 N.m from the centre of the whirlpool. What will
59. A venturimeter of 20 mm throat diameter be the distance of the leaf from the centre
is used to measure the velocity of water in when it has moved through half a
a horizontal pipe of 40 mm diameter. If the revolution?
pressure difference between the pipe and a. 48m
throat sections is found to be 30 kPa then, b. 64m
neglecting frictional losses, the flow
c. 120m
velocity is
d. 142m
a. 0.2 m/s
62. Heat flows through a composite slab, as
b. 1.0 m/s
shown below. The depth of the slab is 1 m.
c. 1.4 m/s The k values are in W/m.K. The overall
d. 2.0 m/s thermal resistance in K/W is
60. A U-tube manometer with a small quantity
of mercury is used to the static pressure
difference between two locations A and B
ma conical section through which an
incompressible fluid flows. At a particular
flow rate, the mercury column appears as
shown in the figure. The density of
mercury is 13600kg/m3 and g = 9.81 m/s2.
Which of the following is correct? a. l7.2
b. 21.9
c. 28.6
d. 39.2
63. A small copper ball of 5 mm diameter at
500 K is dropped into an oil bath whose
temperature is 300K. The thermal
conductivity of copper is 400 W/m.K, its
density 9000 kg/m3 and its specific heat
385 J/kg K. If the heat transfer coefficient
is 250 W/m2.K and lumped analysis is
assumed to be valid, the rate of fall of the
temperature of the ball at the beginning of
cooling will be, in K/s,
a. Flow direction in A and B and PA - PB a. 8.7
= 20 kPa
b. 13.9
b. Flow direction is B to A and PA - PB =
c. 17.3
1.4 kPa
d. 27.7

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64. A solid cylinder (surface 2) is located at isothermal process, ii) there must be one
the centre of a hollow sphere (surface 1). isentropic process, iii) the maximum and
The diameter of the sphere is 1 m, while minimum cycle pressures and the
the cylinder has a diameter and length of clearance volume are fixed, and iv)
0.5m each. The radiation configuration polytrophic processes are not allowed.
factor F11 is Then the number of possible cycles are
a. 0.375 a. 1
b. 0.625 b. 2
c. 0.75 c. 3
d. 1 d. 4
65. Hot oil is cooled from 80 to 50°C in an oil 69. Nitrogen at an initial state of 10 bar, 1 m3,
cooler which uses air as the coolant. The and 300K is expanded isothermally to a
air temperature rises from 30 to 40°C. The final volume of 2 m3. The p-v-T relation is
designer uses a LMTD value of 26°C. The  q
type of heat exchanger is  p  2  v  RT , where a > 0. The final
 v 
a. parallel flow pressure
b. double pipe a. will be slightly less than 5 bar
c. counter flow b. will be slightly more than 5 bar
d. cross flow c. will be exactly 5 bar
d. cannot be ascertained in the absence of
Statement for linked Answer Questions 66 & the value of a.
67: 70. In the velocity diagram shown below, u =
An un-insulated air conditioning duct of balde velocity, C = absolute fluid velocity
rectangular cross section 1m × 0.5m, carrying air and w = relative velocity of fluid and the
at 20°C with a velocity of 10 m/s, is exposed to an subscripts 1 and 2 refer to inlet and outlet.
ambient of 30°C. Neglect the effect of duct This diagram is for
construction material. For air in the range of 20-
30°C, data are as follows: thermal conductivity =
0.025 W/m. K; viscosity = 18μPa.s; Prandtl
number = 0.73; density = 1.2 kg/m3. The laminar
flow Nusselt number is 3.4 for constant wall
temperature conditions and, for turbulent flow, Nu
= 0.023 Re0.8 Pr0.33.
a. an impulse turbine
66. The Reynolds number for the flow is b. a reaction turbine
a. 444 c. a centrifugal compressor
b. 890 d. an axial flow compressor
c. 4.44 × 105
d. 5.33 × 105 Common Data for Questions 71 & 72
67. The heat transfer per metre length of the In two air standard cycles - one operating in the
duct, in watts, is Otto and the other on the Brayton cycle - air is
a. 3.8 isentropically compressed from 300 to 450K. Heat
is added to raise the temperature to 600 K in the
b. 5.3
Otto cycle and to 550 K in the Brayton cycle.
c. 89
71. In 0 and B are the efficiencies of the
d. 769 Otto and Brayton cycles, then
68. A reversible thermodynamic cycle a. 0  0.25, B  0.18
containing only three processes and
producing work is to be constructed. The b. 0   B  0.33
constraints are : i) there must be one c. 0  0.5, B  0.45

Humidification with steam injection a. The coordinate system used in this figure is 73. W0 < WB c. it is not possible to calculate the work outputs unless the temperature after the expansion is given Statement for the Linked Answer Questions 73 & 74 The following table of properties was printed out for saturated liquid and saturated vapour of The matching pair are ammonia. 11 of 13 d. 0. with state 1 being the exit of the evaporator. When saturated liquid at 40°C is throttled c. A vapour absorption refrigeration system b. Sensible heating 72. The shown in the figure below. P-ii. T-v are available. T-v enthalpy (kJ/kg) and entropy (kJ/kg. Cooling and dehumidification mass. 0-2 R. minimum value of heat required (in W) is Process in Figure P. Q-ii. The specific enthalpy data are in columns a. Q-i. Chemical dehumidification after the expansion is given ii. S-iv.788 250 K when the heat source available is at 75. T-h a. the quality at exit will be d. A refrigeration effect of 100W is required at d. S-iv. P-ii Q-i. R-iii. All that we know that the other b. R-v. internal energy (kJ/kg). The titles for only the first two columns a. S-i. 0-1 Q. T-s 74.K). d. 0. R-iii. If W0 and WB are work outputs per unit iii. 5 and 7 a. 3 and 8 c. P-i. 0-3 S. The vapour compression refrigeration cycle is represented as shown in the figure below. 0. R-iii. Heat rejection occurs at 3 00K. S-v. 0-4 T. T-ii 76. Q-iv.212 is a heat pump with three thermal c. 0. Various psychrornetric processes are 400 K. W0 = WB d. Humidification with water injection b. P-iii.189 77. then iv. T-iv columns (columns 3 to 8) contain data on specific properties. 0-5 . namely. it is not possible to calculate the Name of the process efficiencies unless the temperature i. W0 > WB v. 5 and 8 b.231 reservoirs as shown in the figure. p-h d. 3 and 7 b. c. P-s to -20°C.

167 along the tool travel direction. They are used to turn components under the same machining conditions. 20 feed rate is 0. 80 20mm.1 second through the d. tan 30  cot 7 successfully by passing a certain amount tan 7  cot15 of current for 0. The plate has been fixed with the 600 mm side a. The c. 5). If the latent heat of fusion of steel is the four processes. the time required for machining will be cm and the cross sectional area at the base of the downsprue is 1 cm2. the b. the of Rs. The resultant weld nugget tan 7  cot 30 formed is 5 mm in diameter and 1. 9400A 81.5. 1480A b. The tool of an NC machine has to move a.25s following NC tool path commands performs the above mentioned operation? 79. A component can be produced by any of thick. The centre c. 3300A c. A mould has downsprue shose length is 20 2. the ratio hP/hQ will be a. electrodes. Spot welding of two 1 mm thick sheets of tan15  cot 7 steel (density = 8000 kg/m3) is carried out c. 20 and variable cost the welding operation is 200 ). N010 G02 X5 Y5 X10 Y10 R5 83. 5) to (10. N0l0 G03 Xl0 Yl0 X5 Y5 R5 bend allowance is c. 12 minutes mould cavity of volume 1000 cm3. N0l0 G02 X10Y10 X5 Y5 R5 of 100 mm. d. If the stretch factor is 0.05s while performing an operation. 4060A d. tan 30  cot 8 80. 100 mm a. A 2mm thick metal sheet is to be bent at an angle of one radian with a bend radius a. 12 of 13 current passing through the electrodes is approximately a. Which one of the d. II.5 mm 84. 6. III and IV Process 1400 kJ/kg and the effective resistance in I has fixed cost of Rs. The downsprue a. Two tools P and Q have signatures 50 -5° - 6° -8° -30° -0° and 5° -5° -7° -7° -8° 15° 0° (both ASA) respectively. 100 over-travel at each end of the plate is c. Pricess II has a fixed . 20 minutes be 82. 5. N0l0 GU1 X5 Y5 X10 Y10 R5 d. 4.10) b.05s along a circular arc from (5. If hP and hQ denote the peak-to-vellay heights of surfaces produced by the tools P and Q. 7.3 mm/ stroke and the ratio of return time to cutting time of the tool is 1: 78.05s of the arc is at (10. 8 minutes feeds a horizontal runner leading into the b. 101 mm tan15  cot 8 d. 102 mm b. A 600mm × 30 mm flat surface of a plate is to be finish machined on a shaper. I. average cutting speed is 8 m/mm. 99 mm tan 8  cot15 b. tan 8  cot 30 c. 3 per piece. 16 minutes time required to fill the mould cavity will d. If the tool b.

75% programming problem.25 b. 0) and (4/3. c. 8 a. The corner points an item is as follows: of the feasible region are (0. 2. d. The network has three path A-B. Process IV has fixed cost of Rs. 4. 6. 100% variables are 87.00 and variable cost of Rs. The operator took. Process IV points. 50 89 and 90: c. 0). Process III for the above situation. (4/3.20 89. 4 per piece. (5/2. 6. 0) a. 4 b. 45 Statement for lined Answer Questions b. (0. (5/3. 4. and Variable cost Rs. 2. 3 . The distribution of lead time demand for function is maximizing x1 × x2. If a total of 10% allowances are allowed for b. Y1 and v2 D and E-F. 13 of 13 cost of Rs.25 times the c. 2) (2. Let Y1 and Y2 be the decision variables of the dual and v1 and v2 be the slack b. D2. on an average. 4. The optimum dual d. If an additional constraint x1 + x2  5 is 100 0. it can take as a. 40. (5.25 added the optimal solution is 120 0. 110 this operation. If Warehouse D1 requires a minimum of 20 company wishes to produce 100 pieces of units and a maximum of 40 units. 5/2) expected value of the lead time demand. The service level is d. 3. All the activities can be crashed with the same crash cost per day. The supplies from piece. the number of demand d. over and above. 5. 55 Consider a linear programming problem with two d. 6 per piece. 2 c. A company has two factories S1. 2 per two warehouses Dl. C. 90 minutes for producing the weld-joint. A project has six activities (A to F) with a. 4. The objective 86. 5/3) 140 0. 50% variables of the dual of the given linear c. 90 production rate of the weld-joint (in units d. and the total supply (or total 85. S2 and Rs. 10 S1 and S2 are 50 and 40 units respectively. 1 b. 50 and variable cost of Re. 4/3) The reorder level is 1. The number of supply points. the component. The expected standard c. 60 variable and two constraints.30 a. 8. Process I much as can be supplied. A balanced b. from economic point of Warehouse D2 requires a minimum of 20 view it should choose units and. 4/3) Lead time demand Probability 80 0. 110 per 8 hour day) is a. A welding operation is time-studied during demand) in the balanced transportation which an operator was pace-rated as problem respectively are 120%. 3. 25% 90. Y1 and Y2 respective activity durations 7. v1 and v2 The number of activities that need to be crashed to reduce the project duration by 1 day is a. Process III has a fixed cost of 88. 1 d. Process II transportation problem is to be formulated c. Y1 and v1 days.

5 b. R-2. 1  x  e  x2 b. S = {x : x A and x  B}represents 8. If two items are selected at random without replacement. Gauss-Seidel method 5. 3. Pcr  d. Q-4. Interpolation b. The critical d. S-3 buckling load (Pcr) is given by 2. Pcr   2 L2 2 equation  2 xy  e  x with y(0) = 1 is dx  2 EI a. Linear algebraic equations 8T d.  c. P-4. Let x denote a real number.0 set. 4. Find out the 7. Match the items in columns I and II. 1/5 b. Pcr  3L2 b. 1  x  e  x2 L2 3. c. where a and b are real numbers. The differential equation governing the the union of set A and set B. mx  cx  k  x  y   0 what will be the probability that both items b.0 real numbers greasers than 3 b. A box contains 20 defective items and 80 non-defective items. 0. INCORRECT statement. P-1. R-2.GATE-2006 1 of 11 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ONE MARKS QUESTIONS a. the maximum value of the Q. S ={x : x > 3 } represents the set of all a. Runge-Kutta method 64T S. R-2. d3 2. 1  x  e x  2 EI 2 c. R-3. Forward Newton-Gauss method shear stress is R. Numerical integration d3 4. A pin-ended column of length L. S-3 of elasticity E and second moment of the cross-sectional area us loaded centrically c. d3 Column II 32T 1. a. 19/495 P. Q-1. modulus b. Q-4. 1/25 1. m( x  y )  c( x  y )  kx  0 are defective? . S-4 by a compressive load P. Trapezoidal Rule a. l. 1  x  e x 2  2 EI d. S-2 6. P-1. For a circular shaft of diameter d subjected to torque T. Non-linear differential equations 16T c. d3 a. S = {x : x2 <0} represents the empty c. Codes. d. P-1. Q-3. vibrating system is d. the value of mechanical advantage is a. The solution of the differential EI dy a. 0. Pcr  L2 c. S {x : a < x < b} represents the set of all real numbers between a and b. 20/99 Column I d. For a four bar linkage in toggle position.

rate of shear stress is proportional to shear strain d. machinability of low carbon steels d. The main purpose of spheroid sing u u treatment is to improve c. Assuming steady one railway reservation counter is Poisson dimensional heat conduction. hardenabiity of high carbon steels 11. m( x  y )  c( x  y )k ( x  x)  0 9. 6 b. investment casting b. shear stress is proportional to shear b. The number of customers arriving at a the two ends. Dew point temperature is the temperature shear strain at which condensation begins when the air is cooled at constant h. squeeze casting x y c. outside diameter but not roundness d. u v x y 15. slush casting u u a. which of the distributed with an arrival rate of eight following statements is true about the customers per hour. the power developed is c. 7. In a two-dimensional velocity field with b.0 kW 17. u v b. 37. point-to-point positioning 120°C and the flow is ideal. In a Pelton wheel. the temperature at the c. continuous path positioning 0. roundness but not outside diameter 12. 5 c.5 kW b. enthalpy acceleration along the x-direction is given 14. both outside diameter and roundness interface (Tinter) between two materials is d. 15. A ring gauge is used to measure c. The reservation clerk respective thermal conductivities? at this counter takes six minutes per customer on an average with an exponentially distributed service time. incremental positioning b. If the jet deflection angle is b. In a composite slab.5 kW d. k1 = 2k2 g. the bucket peripheral d. 22. An expendable pattern is used in by a. The . NC contouring is an example of m/s and volumetric flow rate of the jet is a. 4 d. centrifugal casting u v d.5 kW a. rate of shear stress is proportional to rate of shear strain a. 2k1 = 3k2 f. shear stress is proportional to rate of 13. machinability of high carbon steels speed is 10 m/s. pressure directions respectively. hardneability of low carbon steels u u b. k1 = k2 strain c. volume 10. v u x y c. 2K1 = K2 e. only external threads equal to the average of the temperature at 18. entropy velocities u and v along the x and y c. the convective d. mx  c( x  y )  kx  0 d. The number of inversions for a slider crank mechanism is a. the water jet velocity is 25 16.1m3/s. absolute positioning a. 2 of 11 c. u v x y a. 3 a.

c. Multiplication of matrices E and F is G 22. component demand is Q. Real symmetric b. Assuming i  1 and t is a real number. Singular matrix 19. S-2  3 3 b. Non-square matrix a. 3e 2 x c. S-4 eigenvalues of the matrix S2 = SS? d. S-1 S  are 5 and 1. R-5. Determinant is not defined the master production schedule 2. P-3. Eigenvalues are always real TWO MARKS QUESTIONS 5. Eigenvalues of a matrix a. ignored 3. y = 3x . 3y = x + 15 d. the particular dx dx c. S-1 a. 2 and 10 1 2x a. For 2  4  3 y  3e 2 x . 2/5 b. If f  x   .  i 1    0 2  2  0 1  2x2  7 x  3  cos  sin  0 23. Q-3. e 21. calculated by the MRP system from 1. Matrices E and G are:  /3 cos  sin  0  1 0 0   e dt is it 0 E   sin  cos  0  and G  0 1 0  . C1e x  C2 e 3 x d. What are the  2 3 c. -1/3 . Equation of the line normal to function 15 f(x) = (x . 5) is 1 2x b. established by the master production S. P-3. 3y = x . 2 i 2 a. Eigenvalues are not defined Codes.2 24. 1 and 25 d2y dy b. 4 Column I d.   cos  sin  0  d.5 5 b.15 26. In an MRP system. 3 of 11 average number of the customers in the b. e a. 5 and l integrals is d. Q-2. R-4. y = 3x + 5 c.8)2/3 + 1 at P(0. Orthogonal matrix schedule Column II c. 5/18 queue will be c. Match the items in columns I and II. P-3. Determinant is zero 4. R-2. R-4. Q-4. i What is the matrix F? 2 2 3 1 cos   sin  0  b. Q-1. 3. 4. 20. 6 and 4 25. 0 a.   sin  cos 0  5 x 2  12 x  9 x 3  be  0 0 1  a. then lim f  x  will c. P-2. 3 d.  sin  cos  0   0 0 1  1 3 c. forecasted R.2 P.  0 0 1  0 0 1  3 1 a. i 2 2  cos  cos 0 1  3 b. Determinant is always one d.

d. 651.  sin  0  2E  0 0 1  b. 150 N and 450 N 34. 120 MPa d.0 b. the principle of virtual work states that the partial derivatives of its total potential energy with respect to each of the independent variable must be a. 6 b. What is the maximum value of bending stress? 30. 81 kNm c. 1. 50 MPa b. A bar having a cross-sectional area of 700 d. 40 MPa a.  29.95 MPa d. 13. What is the maximum value of bending moment’? a. 0 c. the distortion energy under a. Consider the continuous random variable with probability density function c.5 kN/m. 6 mm2 is subjected to axial loads at the 28. 5. A steel bar of 40 mm × 40 mm square variable is cross-section is subjected to an axial compressive load of 200 kN.95 MPa represented by c. of the bar is 2 m and E = 200 GPa. If the length 1 a. 33. 325.40 mm 1 32. 300 N and 520 N c. 70 MPa c.25 mm b. 450 N and 150 N d. 9 kNm a. 4. 3 d.90 MPa . 520 N and 300 N b.  12   22   32  v  1 2   3 2   1 3    1  t for 0  t  1 3E  The standard deviation of the random 31. The value of stress in position of the system depends upon many the segment QR is independent variables.98 MPa three dimensional stress state is b. 125 kNm d. 4 of 11  sin   cos  0 1  12   22  2v  1 2   3 2   1 3   cos  a.05 mm c. If point A is in equilibrium under the Statement for linked Answer action of the applied forces. 2. A simply supported beam of span length 6 m and 75 mm diameter carries a uniformly distributed load of 1. If a system is in equilibrium and the positions indicated.5 kNm b. -1. According to Von-Mises’ distortion energy theory. 625. 1. 1  2v 2  1   22   32  2  1 2   3 2   1 3   6E  27. the 3 elongation of the bar will be 1 a. the values of Questions 33 & 34: tensions TAB and TAC are respectively.70 mm 1 c. 1  v  12   22   32   1 2   3 2   1 3   3E f  t   1  t for  1  t  0 1 d.0 d. 162.

P-2.  b. 0. What is the relation between the angular 2. 2 . 6 4. In a four-bar linkage. S-1 links will rotate by 360° if c. 2  Cf 37. S  P  L  Q 1  2C f a.  d. Grubler’s equation 40. Q-2. P-3. Cam c. R-3. R-4. rotates with angular velocity 1  2C f 2  2C f d. S-3 2  5 8 d. the value of R. 0. 2  Cf carrier. 38. P-2. Quick return mechanism D.0531 Column II b. Lower kinematics pair C. P-3. S-1 length. Q-4. S-3 1  2  2  c. R-2. R-5. The carrier 1  2C f c. S. Assuming a Q. S denotes the 4. P-6. P-4. Prime circle a. Q-2. Q. 6 6. 0. S  L  P  Q 36. 5 of 11 35. Euler’s equation 1  5 a. S-4 a. Section modulus transmissibility ratio is S. and 4 .15. R-5. Gear shortest link length.0028 3. Match the items in columns I and II. Linkage 39. Q-3. S-1 4  5 9 . Q-2. R. If Cf is the coefficient of speed fluctuation of a flywheel then the ratio of max/min c. Line contact velocities of Gear 1 and Gear 4? 3. P-6. Q-6. Shaper 4  5 b.9922 1. 3 . At least one of the three moving b.0162 2. Q-6. Match the items in columns I and II Column I A. respectively. Surface contact 1  5 a. P. S-2 b. Q-2. R-4. P and Q are the lengths of other two links. R-1. P. 1  2C f Common Data for Questions 40 & 41: 1  2C f A planetary gear train has four gears and one b. Angular velocities of the gears are 1 . Beam d. S  L  P  Q d. S  P  L  Q will be d. 0. Instantaneous center of velocity damping factor of 0. L is the longest link a. Mobility of a linkage Column II 1. Addendum Machine has an unbalanced rotating force of 350N at speed of 3600 rpm. A machine of 250 kg mass is supported on Column I springs of total stiffness 100 kN/m. R-l. S-1 4  5  3  c. P-4. Planer 4  5 5. Higher kinematics pair B.

b. 1. not possible to determine b. 71. l50 mm . 156 rpm. cw a. b. 17. A 60 mm long and 6 mm thick fillet weld carries a steady load of 15 kN along the Statement for linked Answer weld. Fatigue (ccw) direction at twice the angular strength to sustain 1000 cycles is 490 velocity of Gear I when looked from the MPa. 0. D2 45. If the corrected endurance strength is left? 70 MPa.4 c. ccw d. 0. 0. 1071 cycles b. A disk clutch is required to transmit 5kW radial distance from the center. The shear strength of the weld Questions 42 & 43: material is equal to 200 MPa. A cylindrical shaft is subjected to an that Gear 4 rotates in counterclockwise alternating stress of 100 MPa.35 d. If the at 2000 rpm. 300 mm velocity of the carrier and its direction so 46.66 given by u  u0 1  4r 2 / D 2  . across a length L of the pipe is Bore radius of friction lining is equal to  u0 L 25mm.88 Na/m of streamline is c. x2y = constant d. what is the angular d. 130 rpm. the center discharge it out at atmospheric pressure distance between the gear pair will be Assuming ideal fluid and the reservoir is large. The value of logarithmic decrement is c. The velocity profile in filly developed c. The disk has a friction lining viscosity of the fluid is μ the pressure drop with coefficient of friction equal to 0. 928643 cycles 47.5 mm 8  u0 L c. D2 c.6 Na/m.223 Ns/m given by u = x2t and v = -2xyt respectively.25.8 d. 97. estimated shaft life will be a.8 42.4 damping coefficient of 15N s/m. A two-dimensional flow field has system is velocities along the x and y directions a. a spring of stillness 1000 N/m. 39. 49. Twenty degree full depth in volute profiled 19-tooth pinion and 37-tooth gear are in 50. The value of outside radius of the friction lining is 4  u0 L b. 2. xy = constant a. the velocity at point P in the siphon a. 6. where t is time.4 Ns/m a. 3. a. The value of critical damping of the 48.68 laminar flow in a pipe of diameter D is d. 223. Assume uniform contact pressure a. 281914 cycles d. 2 D of 1 MPa. 15000 cycles c.9mm d. 140 mm tube is b. 6 of 11 41. 1. 223 rpm. xy2 = constant 43. 256 rpm. where r is the 44. and a dashpot with a. For 1 = 60 rpm clockwise (cw) when c. A siphon draws water from a reservoir and mesh.9 mm 16 u0 L d.32 49. The equation b. 4.4 mm D2 b. 280 mm looked from the left. The factor of safety is A vibratory system consists of a mass l2 kg. If the module is 5 mm. ccw b. cw c. 142.

67 d. 0. 0. 2.15 a. 28 Tempera .001020 m3/kg. 5 10 15 20 d. The pump Net room temperature at the end of 24 hours Positive Suction Head (NPSH) in meters is will be a. c. b. 0. 0. 321°C b. is c. A 100W electric bulb was switched on in a show saturation pressure at 65°C is 25 2. 0. and follows a linear velocity distribution. 30 ture (°C) 15 10 05 01 Saturati Statement for Linked Answer on 0. zero turbine operates under a head of 10m. 0. 1. 2gh1 b.05 power generated by the model (in kW) will c. and specific volume of the saturated room having a temperature of 20°C. (kPa) . 7 of 11 A smooth flat plate with a sharp leading edge is placed along a gas stream flowing at U 10 m/s. a.0 kg/m3. 2 g (h2  h1 ) d. 2 g (h2  h1 ) 51. between p-s. 470°C 56.34 54. u = U (y/). 0. The thickness of the boundary layer at section r-s is 10 mm. A horizontal . 4. 1. at the section r-s.33 52.68 plate. 0. 26 An extract of steam tables is given below. The b. 0. Pressure 10 26 40 61 87 23 71 34 Questions 53 & 54. Steam tables 55. section q-r is For initial testing. The ambient air conditions are: temperature 20°C and a. The suction nozzle is one meter below pump centerline. The d.10 he d.5m × 3m × 3m size thermally insulated kPa. 9. The liquid is 0. 0. two- dimensional. 450°C d. A large hydraulic turbine is to generate 53. zero pressure at this point equals 200 kPa gauges and velocity is 3 m/s. 341°C c. 2. The integrated drag force (in N) on the b. 24 relative humidity 5%. where y is the height from plate. 2gh2 c.75 b.17 water at 65°C. the breadth of the plate is 1 m (into the paper) and the density of the gas p 1.38 a. 0. . a 1: 4 scale model of the a. Assume that the boundary layer is thin.shaft centrifugal pump lifts c. A thin layer of water in a field in formed after a farmer has watered it. . The mass flow rate (in kg/s) across the 300 kW at 1000 rpm under a head of 40 m. 18.

Both (a) and (r) are false conduction increases d.3°C equipment in a steam power plant. while that due to c. equilibrium is reached equals Assertion (A) : Condenser is an essential a. P-S-1 R-U-3 . a. while that due to b. IV and d. 10. II. convection and conduction increases V. F-H-J-L-N b. b. 196. a water d. 203. the regenerative feed processes. water heating improves the efficiency of Match items from Groups I. -10. Both (a) and (r) are ture but (r) is NOT R-U-3 the correct reason for (a) P-S-1 c. Assertion (A): In a power plant working Group II shows different heat removal on a Rankine cycle. E-G-I-K-M bar and 45°C is F-H-I-K-N a. (a) is false but (r) is true c.5°C rate and the same pressure rise. 200. 14. Match items from groups I. convection increases.53 E-H-I-L-M c. 58. Group I shows different heat addition Assertion (A) and the Reason (R).38 d.5°C pump requires substantially less power than a steam compressor. Reason (R): The regenerative feed water heating raises the average temperature of heat addition in the Rankine cycle. a. -14. Determine the correctness or otherwise 62. processes in power cycles. Given below is an extract from steam tables. convection and conduction decreases 61. Determine the correctness or otherwise of water and the ground.60 c. convection decreases. With an increase in the thickness of insulation around a circular pipe. 8 of 11 Neglecting the heat transfer between the 60. E-G-J-K-N d. Likewise. heat loss a. F-G-J-K-M E-G-I-K-N Specific enthalpy of water in kJ/kg at 150 b. Both (a) and (r) are ture but (r) is NOT conduction decreases the correct reason for (a) b. (a) is false but (r) is true b. the steam turbine. P-S-5 b. III.3°C Reason (R) : For the same mass flow c. Group III lists power cycles. II and III. the water the following Assertion (a) and the Reason temperature in the filed after phase (r). Both (a) and (r) are false Q-T-2 d. Both (a) and (r) are true and (r) is the correct reason for (a) to surrundings due to a. 188.45 F-H-J-K-M 59. 57. Both (a) and (r) are true and (r) is the correct reason for (a) a. An extract of steam tables is given below.

94 bar 68. tB  2t A 63. then the P-S-1 true stress-true strain relation (stress in P-T-4 MPa) in the plastic deformation range is Q-S-5 a. If the Questions 63 & 64 same mould is filled with a bottom gate.8 3. t B  2 2t A a. If the material c. a.0mm a. 1. the total liquid P-S-5 head is maintained constant such that it is equal to the mould height. 0.   775 0. The amount of heat lost by the air in the football and the gauge pressure of air in tA c. 4. 31. required to fill the runner and frictional When the game started next day. tB  the football at the stadium respectively 2 equal d. Constant specific volume lines are c.5mm c. 1.6 3. 9 of 11 P-S-4 66. Match the items in columns land II with constant wet bulb temperature Column-I lines P . 61. 1. 2 and 4 1.11 kN downhill straight lines to the right d. Gauge pressure of air to which the ball The minimum possible thickness of the must have been originally inflated so that sheet that can be produced in a single pass it would be equal 1 bar gauge at the is stadium is a.48 kN are downhill straight lines to the right b.Orange peel a.97 kN 3. 1. 43.30 R-S-3 c.Earing c.   540 0. diameter of a 65.1 3. tB  2t A b. 1 and 2 S . Constant relative humidity lines are MPa.94 bar c. 21. 8. 64. 30.07 bar d.5mm b.1. In a sand casting operation.Wrinkling Which of the statements are correct? Q . 2. 1 and 3 Column-II d. 20.23 bar b. 2.35 P-S-1 d.93 bar diameter rolls to reduce thickness without c. 2 and 3 R . In a wire drawing operation.7mm d. The time taken Statement for Linked Answer to fill the mould with a top gate is tA. 1. Yield point elongation . Constant enthalpy lines are coincident 70. 1.35 67. The statements concern psychometric steel wire is reduced from 10mm to 8 mm. the air effects.94 bar any change in its width. chart.00 bar 69.   775 0. 3.Stretcher strains b. The ideal force required for drawing uphill straight lines to the right (ignoring friction and redundant work) is 2.30 d. Constant wet bulb temperature lines a. The friction d. 1. Assume that the top molten metal surfaces.7 3. The ultimate tensile strength of a material P-T-2’ is 400 MPa and the elongation up to maximum load is 35%.41 kN 4.   540 0. R-T-3 obeys power law of hardening. Ignore the time bar when the ambient temperature was 15°C. P-T-4 b. 0. The mean flow stress of the material is 400 1.93 bar coefficient at the work-roll interface is 0. The relation the volume of the football remains constant at between tA and tB is 2500 cm3. A 4mm thick sheet is rolled with 300mm b. Assume atmospheric pressure at temperature at the stadium was 5°C. A football was inflated to a gauge pressure of 1 then the time taken is tB.

46 order of their maximum material removal c. LBM. Permeability 6. 0. LBM. EBM. ECM through two machines (Ml and M2. EBM.95 Electrochemical Machining (ECM) 77. P-4. Q-5. S-2 a. low shear angle and high cutting speed a. R-l. 30. then which of the following represents the cutting parameters in common grinding operations? 75. LBM. Large grain 3. are a.85 and Uncut thickness = 0.3° and 4.7 mm c. 0. 42% Electric Discharge Machining (EDM) c. Anisotropy 2. 5-3 d. R-1. respectively. USM. In an orthogonal machining operation: The arc heat transfer efficiency is 0. Formability 4. R-3.2° and 2. ECM. Q-4. In an arc welding process. 40. tool. the voltage and Common Data for Question 75. Match the items in columns land II. Zero rake angle.2° and 1.23° angle and high cutting speed c. d. 40. Micro hardness 3. USM. EBM. S-2 b. high shear angle and interface is high cutting speed a. Large positive rake angle. P-3. The values of shear angle and shear strain. LBM.65° angle and low cutting speed 76. Q-3. Toughness 5. Fine grain size 5.3° and 1. R-3. S-5 c. 797 Chip thickness = 0. Q-2. P-2. The processing time (in hours) for these jobs is Column-I P-Charph test Machine Jobs Q-Knoop P Q R S T U R-Spiral test M1 15 32 8 27 11 16 S-Cupping test M2 6 19 13 20 14 7 Column-II The optimal make-span (in hours) of the 1. in that 74. 30. EDM metal jobs. USM. Q-5. high shear d.85 rate.23 73. 70% b.98° b. USM. order). ECM. P-4. 1103 Thrust force = 200 N d. EDM. wherein each job must pass d. Q-5. EDM 78. S-I d. 76 & 77 current are 25 V and 300 A respectively. S-4 b. A manufacturing shop processes sheet c. Large negative rake angle. S-1 c. The coefficient of friction at the tool-chip d. 0. P-2. EBM. R-3. 0. The net heat Cutting speed 20 m/min input (in J/mm)is. 64 Width of cut = 5 mm b. EDM. low shear b.97° c. P-4. 79700 Cutting force 1200 N 72. 10 of 11 2. Q-3. 58% a. P-4. 120 . R-l. The percentage of total energy dissipated Ultrasonic Machining (USM) due to friction at the tool-chip interface is Electron Beam Machining (EBM) a. Fluidity shop is a. If each abrasive grain is viewed as cutting Assume Merchant’s theory. 30% Laser Beam Machining (LBM) b.5 mm welding speed is 8 mm/sec. R-6. Rake angle = 15° a. S-2 71. P-6. R-l. Arrange the processes in the increasing b. ECM d. Q-5. Excessive blank holding force a. Large negative rake angle. Insufficient blank holding force 4.

100 per order the workstation 7 9 7 10 9 6 Inventory holding rate: 25% of unit price (in minutes) Price quoted by a supplier What is the line efficiency of the assembly Order quantity (units) Units Price (Rs. 500 Statement for Linked Answer d. 11 of 11 b. 447 d. If the stock is c. 85% b.35 0. 471 c. Consider the following data for an item. The table gives details of an assembly line.s. 200 days left unsold d. A firm is required to procure three items Consider a PERT network for a project involving (P.10 0. The expected completion time of the c. The prices quoted for these six tasks (a to f) items (in Rs. 115 c. 79 82.  600 Questions 83 & 84 80. c 45 36 R 125 145 165 f d. The management policy Task Predecessor Expected Variance requires that each item has to be supplied task time of the task by only one supplier and one supplier (in days) time (in supply only one item. 70 for each item b. There is no penalty for unfulfilled demand. 151 days Probability 0.20 The stockiest pays Rs. the optimal stock level is a. 4 units . 360 83. 224 days perishable items he needs to stock in any c. the demand distribution d. Q. e 20 9 a. 90. 75% The optimum order quantity (in units) is c. 80 % a. 109 d. 155 days and he sells each at P. S2 and S3 are given in table. 350 b.) of procurement to the firm is a . 238 days in any month. The standard deviation of the critical path Demand (in 2 3 4 5 of the project is units) a. A stockiest wish to optimize the number of b. 395 a. 171 days month in his store. 3 units c. he can sell the item at Rs. 238 days 81. 5 units b. 30 25 Item Suppliers b a 40 64 S1 S2 S3 c a 60 81 P 110 120 130 d b 25 9 Q 115 140 140 e b. 50 each. and R). 2 units d.35 0.) line? < 500 10 a. 79. 155 days for this perishable item is 84. 70% > 500 9 b. 385 project is d. To maximize the expected profit. Work Station I II III IV V VI Annual demand: 2500 units per year Total task time at Ordering cost: Rs.) by suppliers S1. The minimum total days2) cost ( in Rs.

virtual work states that the partial resonance derivatives of its total potential energy a. occurs when excitation frequency is with respect to each of the independent greater than undamped natural variable must be frequency a. then the eigenvalues a. 30     c. 450 N and 150 N d. T 5. 0 b.0 c.    1 x 2 y 2 x 2 y 2 b. y) and ψ (x. y) are functions with 7. 150 N and 450 N 3. A steel rod of length L and diameter D. 5] is a. occurs when excitation frequency in b. degree 1 order 2 expansion is. degree 1 order 1 rod is c. occur in complex conjugate pairs d. the maximum bending y) + iψ (x. The minimum value of function y = x2 in the interval [1. The partial differential equation fixed at both ends. 300 N and 520 N c. is uniformly heated to a  2  2        2     0 has temperature rise of T.  equal to undamped natural frequency . y) can be expressed as an moment in Nm is   analytic function of x  i i  1 .    0 d. 1 c. 520 N and 300 N b. -1. 1. ETL independent variables.  . If φ (x. For an under damped harmonic oscillator. 0 less than undamped natural frequency c. In a simply-supported beam loaded as continuous second derivatives. 4. The Young’s x 2 y  x   y  modulus is E and the coefficient of linear a. degree 2 order 1 a. the principle of 9. undefined 2.  .0 b. The thermal stress in the b. when     a.GATE-2007 1 of 11 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ONE MARKS QUESTIONS 6.  dy x x y  2  2  2  2 a. are always real and non-negative c. then φ (x. the values of tensions TAB and TAC are respectively. If a square matrix A is real and symmetric. are always real and positive b. occurs when excitation frequency is d. 60 x y x y 8. If point A is in equilibrium under the action of the applied forces. shown below. If a system is in equilibrium and the c.  dx x y y     b. 1. 25 d. are always real a. ET position of the system depends upon many d. 0 d. degree 2 order 2 b. 25 c. 35 d.

cast iron u0 (l + 3x/L)i.56 valid only for reversible processes 20. may rise or fall depending on the then amount of heat transferred a. In orthogonal turning of a low carbon steel 2. hypereutectoid steel 12.5u0 bar of diameter 150mm with uncoated 13. In a steady flow through a nozzle. 36. it is called c. Consider an incompressible laminar is now slowly heated.025 m3 contains a c. Which one of the following is a solid state b.48 mm. copper L a. T dS = dU + p dV 10. 30. Which of the following relationships is d. Q = dU + p dV in hours. 1000 The mass of the mixture is 10kg. 4u0 c. Consider steady laminar incompressible carbide tool. low carbon steel travel from the inlet to the exit plane of the b. Which type of motor is NOT used in axis undergone by a closed system of simple or spindle drives of CNC machine tools? compressible substance (neglect changes a. The life of the bearing.003155 m3/kg. The ratio of inertia force to rake angle is zero and the principal cutting viscous force on a fluid particle is edge angle is 90°.1 MPa. 19.56 14. T dS = dU + W 8000 hours of life. the shear angle in a. will fail ratio of the drag force on the front half of c.24 mm/rev and the flow through a straight circular pipe of depth of cut is 2 mm. F = 1 a. 8000 0. If a particular Fe-C alloy contains less than b. 5 degree is b. High speed steel d. induction motor in kinetic and potential energy)? b. A closed and rigid steel b. titanium nozzle is c. F = l/2 0. The tank 11.  c. stepper motor . The chip thickness constant cross-sectional area at a Reynolds obtained is 0. dc servo motor a. F > 1 b. when the load is doubled to 2F is 15. tin u0 18. will rise oncoming uniform free stream. d. hypereutectoid steel velocity on the nozzle axis is given by v = d. d. will remain constant die plate to the drag force the rear half. If the orthogonal number of 5. Water has a critical specific volume of a. never occurs b. d. 1/5 a. The liquid level boundary layer flow over a flat plate of inside the tank length L. Q = dU + W c. 20. gas tungsten arc welding L b. 0 b.56 d. 2 of 11 d. F < l/2 16. The feed is 0. d. 26. L In 4 joining process? 3u0 a. 4000 mixture of water and steam at 0. the cutting velocity is 90 axi-symmetric fully developed viscous m/mm. resistance spot welding c. If F is the b. friction welding L d. A ball bearing operating at a load F has c. the flow c.56 c. The time hot chamber die casting? required for a fluid particle on the axis to a. Which of the following engineering the axis of the nozzle from its inlet plane materials is the most suitable candidate for and L is the length of the nozzle. 6000 tank of volume 0. where x is the distance along 17. submerged arc welding d. aligned with the direction of an a.83% carbon.

E (XY) = E (X) E (Y) TWO MARKS QUESTIONS b. F (s)  f  0  a.00025 2 3  4   r  27. linear servo motor d. shown in the figure y(0) =1 bounded in the interval below. The value of cube and the sphere are solid and of same 2 material. Which one of the relations 2 4 between expectation (E). 1. 0. a  c  29.00500 b. 3 of 11 d. x  1. 1 2 c.     6  i  d. Cov (X.. x  1 plane. 1/3 vectors a . If. F ( s) s 1 b. lim 3  x 0 x c. b and c is d. 1 only a. A calculator has accuracy up to 8 digits a sphere of radius ‘r’ are equal. then y(2) =  x2  a. If μ a. The number of linearly independent 2 1 1 eigenvectors of   is b. The coefficient of friction is μ. The ratio of the solidification time of the cube to the  sin x dx when evaluated using this 0 same of sphere is calculator by trapezoidal method with 8 3  4   r  6 equal intervals. to 5 significant digits is a.      6  i variables. then Laplace transform of  f  d 0 is 1 a. 0. Var(X + Y) = Var (X) + Var (Y) d. The area of a triangle formed by the tips of c. variabce (Var)  4   r  and covariance (Cov) given below is d. . A block of mass M is released from point dy 24. 2 1 d.. If F(s) is the Laplace transform of function t f(t). E(X2Y2) = (E(X))2(E(Y))2 22. undefined b. 1 1 a. 2s s g cos  tan     c. 2  a  b  . 1/6 23. 0 c. They are being cast. 2   | a  b  a  c  0 2 1 a.      6  i FALSE? a. 2  a  b  .   x  8 < tan . Both the after decimal place.0000  4  r  c.     a. infinite 30.  F  s  ds 21. 4 only 28. is d.   x  1 reach another point Q on the inclined c. then the time taken by the block to b. Volume of a cube of side ‘l’ and volume of 26. Let X and Y be two independent random c. The solution of  y 2 with initial value P on a rough inclined plane with dx inclination angle . sF ( s )  f  0  . | a b c | b.00000  6  i 2 b. 4 or 1 e x  1  x    2 b. 0. 0 d. Y) =0 c. 2  x  2 25. y  x  x  x  x  .c d. where PQ = s.

48 32.6 8 8 8 5ql 3ql 35. 4 of 11 2s c.9 8 8 8 3ql 5ql ql 2 c.0 and 60.0 and 56. 31. The change in the volume of rotated at 2 rad/s in counter clockwise the block in mm3 is direction as shown below. R2  . 4 b.0 and 60. at an a.M 0 a.0 b.52 8 8 b. The normal and shear stresses in MPa at point P are respectively 5ql 3ql ql 2 a. A uniformly loaded propped cantilever beam and its free body diagram is shown below. 67.9 and 56.12 c. subjected to a horizontal force of 600 N parallel to g sin   tan     z-direction.48 subjected to a hydrostatic pressure of 15 d. A stepped steel shaft shown below is subjected to 10 Nm torque.73 b.6 and 67. The input link O2P of a four bar lin1 age is respectively. g cos  tan     d. If the modulus of rigidity is 80 GPa. 90 c. A 200 × 100 × 50 mm steel block is c. 3. 4. 110 33. R2  . R2  . 0. R1  .86 2s c. The reactions are 34. 100.9 and 0. 67. The angular velocity of the coupler PQ in rad/s.M  d. -32. R1  . 0. R2  . the strain energy in the shaft in N mm is a.46 . 1.M 0 the orientation of the corresponding 8 8 principal plane in degrees are respectively 3ql 5ql d.0 and -29.6 a. The Young’s modulus and Poisson’s ratio of the material are 200 GPa and 0. 56. 1 b. is b. 100. 85 instant when O4O2P =180°. The maximum principal stress in MPa and c. -32. 100 d. R1  .0 and -2952 MPa.3 36. 2 2 a. Statement for Linked Answer g sin   tan     Questions 34 & 35: 2s A machine frame shown in the figure below is d. R1  .M  b.

c. X MPa/s. 0. The radial clearance is 50 μm. respectively are .6 2 n    1 2  c. 0.250 direction. 1. and dt dt dx endurance strength of material are 600. The inertia of the flywheel in kgm2 is a. l.062 A quick return mechanism is shown below. The maximum shear stress. then the length of the crank in mm is a. 3 39. The factor dt The amplitude of x(t) after n complete of safety as per Goodman’s relation is cycles is a. Xe   The lubricant used has a viscosity of 20 d. During cycle the change in kinetic energy is found to be 400 Nm.785 44. in MPa.0 kN. A thin spherical pressure vessel of 200 mm oscillator is given by diameter and 1 mm thickness is subjected d2x dx to an internal pressure varying from 4 to 8 2  22  n2 x  0 and the initial MPa. A natural feed journal bearing of diameter b.0    b. 800 and 400 MPa respectively. d. forward stroke (stroke with slower speed) m is 2k a. 1 2 37. 5 of 11 d.125 crank OS is driven at 2 rev/s in counters clockwise c. 0. carries a load of 2. in the bolts at A and B. conditions at t = 0 are x(0) = X. 250 b. 2. 0.10 b. The angular speed of PQ in rev/s when the k block R attains maximum speed during b. The natural frequency of the system shown below is 40. 250 3 c.2 2 n    1 2  43. 1/3 c.20 c. (0) = 0. The equation of motion of a harmonic 42. Xe      d. 0. m b.30 d. 500 k d.4 a. The speed of an engine varies from 210 rad/s to 190 rad/s.40 38. 2m 41. 1. 0. 500 3 a. m d. A bolted joint is shown below. 0. 2/3 3k c. ultimate. The sommerfield number for the bearings is Statement for Linked Answer Questions 40-41: a. If the quick return ratio is 1: 2. Xe   50 mm and length 50 mm operating at 20  1 2  2n      revolution/sec. 0. The b. Assume that the yield. 2 d.

A gear set has a pinion with 20 teeth and a gear R: Velocity is directly proportional to the with 40 teeth. 42. 212. 30 b. 0. The piston rod of diameter 20 mm and a head of 1/4th of that under which the full length 700 mm in a hydraulic cylinder is scale turbine works. then the RPM of the model will be guided at the piston end and hinged at the a. The flow velocity remains constant throughout the blade passage and is equal to half of the blade velocity at runner inlet.25 a.6 d. 242. The center distance for the above gear set in mm is a. The inlet angle of runner blades of a Francis turbine is 90°. 242. . A model of a hydraulic turbine is tested at 46.0 P: Shear stress is zero at all points in the flow.75 statements about steady incompressible c.5.20 friction of 0. For an activating force of c. The Young’s modulus is 200 b. The contact ratio of the contacting tooth is a. 42. N/2 GPa. 1.80 400 N. 6 of 11 transmits a power of 20 kW. 140 b.23 width of 300mm and a mean coefficient of b. the braking torque in Nm is d.5 c. Which combination of the following b. 242. 170 48. 1. If N is the RPM of the full scale conditions for the rod may be assumed as turbine. The factor of safety for the piston rod c. The diameter of the subjected to a compressive force of 10 kN model is half of that of the full scale due to the internal pressure. 89% d. 160 d. 47.5. 45 d. A block-brake shown below has a face a.21 b. The blades are so shaped that the tangential component of velocity at blade outlet is zero.5 49. 25% a. The pinion runs at 30rev/s and radius from the centre of the vorted. 50% b. 1. 77. 2N a. N is d.6 tooth is N is 45.68 52.29 b. 1. The length of the line of action is 19mm. The blade efficiency of the runner is a. 289.33 c. 225. 42. 60 51. 242. 5. Statement for Linked Answer Q: Vorticity is zero at all points in the Questions 47 to 49: flow. The end turbine. 40 c. The teeth are on the 20° full-depth system and have a module of 5mm. 11. 150 c. 80% c. The resultant force on the contacting gear d.6. 42. N/4 other end.62 forced vortex flow is correct? d.25.6.43 50. 2.

R-1. S-4 T  TW 2   t  2   t  c. [1  ( / H )]2 Q: Centrifugal pump 1 R: Pelton wheel c.   y  H  c. The temperature distribution within the 3. P-3. R-3. Surging 56. respectively. where TW and b. R and S pressures at section A arid B. c. 1 (1  (2 / H )) 2 S: Kaplan turbine 1 Column II d. S-2 T. 4. Q-3.5 kJ/kgK. 1 radiation heat exchange with the 1 surroundings negligible. 1. The Statement for linked Answer Questions local Nusselt number based on the thermal 54 & 55 boundary layer thickness t is given by Consider a steady incompressible flow through a a. In a counter flow heat exchanger. the plate has a total 1   / H  surface area of 0. Q-4. The at the inlet section A. S-4 stream respectively. R-1. 1 2  u0 a. (1  ( / H )) 2 Column I 1 P: Centrifugal compressor b. The ambient c. Axial flow 1  ( / H ) 2. R-4. S-1 T  TW 3 y  1 y        . Assume the plate temperature a. P-1. 45 Vm .33 channel as shown below. P-2. The ratio A (where PA and PB are the is constant in the entire flow field. The specific heat of the plate material is 1   / H  2. The velocity profile at Log Mean Temperature Difference section B downstream is (LMTD) for the heat exchanger in °C is  y a. Match the items in columns I and II. Specific heat of the hot fluid is 10kJ/kgK The velocity profile is uniform with a value of u0 and that of the cold fluid is 5 kJ/kgK. Q-2. Mass flow rate of the hot fluid is 1 kg/s and that the cold fluid is 2 kg/s. H   y  H 58.1 m2 and a mass of 4 kg.0 d. P and S 1 a. 15  Vm  . 0 y  b. 1 53. and y is the normal distance measured from the plate. 1. 1. P-2. The ratio Vm/u0 is the change in plate temperature with time 1 as it cools.50 c. 30  u   Vm . 7 of 11 S: Total mechanical energy per unit mass p  pB 55. temperature is 25°C. Priming thermal boundary layer over a heated 4. b. 1 d. Pure impulse isothermal flat plate is given by 3 a. 35  Hy d. P and Q 2 b. Q-3. hot fluid enters at 60°C and cold fluid leaves at 30°C. 1  2  / H  to be uniform at any instant of time and b. The average heat transfer coefficient on a   thin hot vertical plate suspended in still air can be determined from observations of 54. 2. The convective heat transfer .64 57. are the temperatures of plate and free d. P and R and  is the density of the fluid) is d.

Q. 40% b. 10 mm c.50 64. P and S amount of heat in kJ that can be b. generation of 80 MW/m3. The location of maximum temperature negative. If the specific heat ratio  = 1. Which combination of the following b. Q and R d. 15 mm b. 250 62.33 P: A gas cools upon expansion only d. 200 The incorporation of reheater in a steam b.10% . 57. remaining part to a low temperature heat S: always increases the specific work sink. intermediate temperature. 10 of the plant. when the slope of its fusion curve on pressure-temperature diagram is 60.02 K/s. 62. 100 kJ of output. 46. 58. 15 P: always increases the thermal efficiency d. R and S a. 5 mm d. Consider steady one-dimensional heat flow in a its entropy remains constant only plate of 20 mm thickness with a uniform heat when the process is reversible. supplied to it at an steam at condenser inlet. R and S rejected to a heat sink at 300K is d. is statements is correct? a. R and S c. heat is supplied at 350 K.20% the plate temperature is 225°C and the d. 160 working fluid is shown below b.80% change in plate temperature with time 63. Q and S transferred to 400 K. A heat transformer is device that transfers Q: always increases the dryness fraction of a part of the heat. The left and right faces R: The work done by a closed system are kept at constant temperatures of 160°C and in an adiabatic is a point function. P. Questions 60 & 61: Q: For a system undergoing a process. 200 d. 8 of 11 coefficient in W/m2K. R and S a. 20 power plant: c. Which combination of the following dT/dt = -0. at the instant when c. In such a heat transformer. 56. The stroke and bore of a four stroke spark ingition engine are 250mm and 200 mm respectively.Thomson coefficient is positive in the Statement for linked Answer temperature range of expansion. P. to a high R: always increases the mean temperature temperature reservoir while rejecting the of heat addition. 120°C respectively. Q.29 statements is correct? c. The maximum a. when the rest is c.14 when its Joule . The plate has a constant S: A liquid expands upon freezing thermal conductivity of 200 W/mK. The maximum temperature within the Common data for questions 65 & 66 plate is °C is A thermodynamic cycle with an ideal gas as a. The clearance volume is 0. within the plate from its left face is a. 14. P. the air. 165 c.standard cycle efficiency of the engine is a. 59. 33. 12. P and Q b.001 m3. 0 mm 61.4.

123. E = 20 + 2 L of the wall required to prevent b. the measured arc current (dry bulb) and 14. then the tool wear rate and material removal rate are expected to be respectively a. 0.01mm. The above cycle is represented on T-S with an enthalpy of 43 kJ/kg of dry air and plane by a humidity ratio of 8 grams 7kg of dry air. A direct current welding machine with a b. If the condensate water leaves the coil with an enthalpy of 67 kJ/kg. 40. the required cooling capacity of the coil in kW is a. and 2mm respectively. the specific machining energy is 2. 400 the cycle is d. In orthogonal turning of medium carbon steel. b. The air leaves the coil b.321 mating shall has a clearance fit with d.050 A hole is specified as 40 mm. The outside temperature is -23°C 460 A corresponding to an arc length of (dry bulb) and the internal and external 7.0 mm and the measured arc current is 10. 59. The 0. The linear voltage (E)-arc length surface heat transfer coefficients are 8 (L)-characteristic of the welding arc can be W/m2K and 23W/m2K respectively. 75. feed and depth of cut are 120 m/mm.0 69.0 a.4. 800 a. The dew is 500 A corresponding to an arc length of point temperature under these conditions is 5.8 c.5°C (wet bulb). The dry basis) enters a cooling and maximum clearance in mm between the dehumidifying coil with an enthalpy of 85 hole and the shaft is kJ/kg of dry air and a humidity ratio of 19 a. If the specific heats of the working fluid a. 159. Atmospheric air at a flow rate of 3 kg/s (on tolerance on the shaft is 0. 40 are constant and the value of specific heat b. 0. The cutting velocity. The 68. 0.17°C. high and low d. c. 0.2 mm/rev d.9 linear power source characteristic provides c. high and high b. E = 80 + 2L b.000 c. 0. If the given as (where E is in Volt and L is in building wall has a thermal conductivity of mm) 1. if the thermal conductivity of tools is high and the specific heat of work piece is low.0 J/mm3. 42. E = 20 + 8L condensation is c. A building has to be maintained at 21°C with the machine.7 circuit current of 800 A. the thermal efficiency (%) of c.04 grams/kg of dry air. The main cutting force in N is 66.2 W/mK.6 open circuit voltage of 80V and short d. 21 71.125 minimum clearance of 0.04mm.05 . 0. During welding 67. low and low c. 0. the minimum thickness (in m) a. 9 of 11 65. 80 ratio is 1. E = 80 + 8L a.2 d. b.471 d.407 72.0 mm. 128. 0. In electro discharge machining (EDM). low and high 70.

37 75. The electrode.5 d and . 0. R-1.80 S . Shear a welding current of 10 kA and welding 4. friction force to normal force acting on the Processes cutting tool is P . The true strain is a.386 d. P-3.602 79.11 angle in degree will be 73. 7. P-3.37 d. R-3. are welded in a lap joint 2. S-4 metallic sheets are given as: b. The thickness of a metallic sheet is operation of low carbon steel sheet is 5. R-3. For the rolling with a pair of cylindrical rollers same work material. Tension thickness.0 mm 1.Stretch Forming b. 10 of 11 c. conductive heat loss through the bulk sheet Considering the end of down sprue to be materials. A spherical fusion zone extending up to the full thickness of 5.0 reduced from an initial value of 16mm to a kN. to gravity of 1 0 mm/s2. 5. A 200 mm long down sprue has an are of latent heat of fusion = 300 kJ/kg cross-section of 650 mm2 where the specific heat 800 J/kgK pouring basin meets the down sprue (i. 80. Tension and Compression time of 10 millisecond. 1. and (iii) the complete weld open to atmospere and an acceleration due fusion zone is at the melting temperature.0 c.936 90°.37 b. S-1 melting temperature = 1793 K d. 8.936 25° and orthogonal rake angle is zero.64 Associated state of stress 74. 77.986 b. Tension and shear each sheet is formed a properties of the a. The thickness of the sheet is‘t’ and final value of 10mm in one single pass diameter of the blanked part is‘d’. Two metallic sheets. The shear angle is d.0 d.25 R . (ii) no moltan metal flow rate is 6. Q-3. A Assume: (i) contact resistance along sheet- constant head of molten metal is interface is 500 micro-ohms and along maintained by the pouring basin. if the diameter of the blanked part is increased to 1.0 a. The final diameter of the disc is 400 mm. P-5. the main cutting force is 1000 N and c.10 each of diameter of 400 mm.56 Q . 0. Q-1. l. Compression configuration by resistance spot welding at 3. 0. 650. 1. 0. Q-4. 5.936 the feed force is 800 N.5 × l0 mm3/s.686 c. 70. the ratio of following metal working processes.936 pipe with principal cutting edge angle of b. each of 2. In open-die forging.Deep Drawing d. 60. the area of the The melting efficiency (in %) of the down sprue in mm2 at its end (avoiding process is aspiration effect) should be a. In orthogonal turning of low carbon steel a.sheet interface is zero. R-2. S-4 density = 7000 kg/m3 78. 0. 1. Q-1. 190. 50. The bite d. S-S ambient temperature = 293 K c.0 b.e. at the beginning of the down sprue). 9. The force requirement in a blanking 76. Match the correct combination for Employing Merchant’s theory. P-2. 350. l.Coining c. a disc of diameter 200mm and height 60 mm is compressed without any barreling effect.Blanking a.37 c.

20 B. Starting inventory b. 100 per order and inventory 4. What tool life is 20 mm. The levels of starting and b. The observed tool lives are 24 mm and the same is consumed at a rate of 500 and 12 mm for cutting velocities of 90mlmin and per month.Turbine blade 84. R-. 30 A. 15 for developing the plan. is c. S-2 Annual cost (in Rs. 700 d. Q-3. Electrochemical Machining consumption at a uniform rate. 130 and 110. P-Computer chip c.0 level of planned production in overtime in 80. 40 Parts b. 10 per item per month. a. 400 a. R-4. neglecting b.) is 83. 10 is zero. For minimum cost of plan. Backorder is not c. 2 a. Capacities of production of an item over 3 a. 11 of 11 thickness is reduced to 0. the cutting maximum inventory level is velocity in m/min is a.4t. 4. P-4. The net requirements of an it m over 5 82. 290. The cost of the d. The lot size of production is 1000. R-2. 800 d. S-Glass item 100 and it is achieved with infinite Manufacturing Processes replenishment rate. 20 plan (in Rs. S-3 b. Q-Metal forming dies and molds d. the new are respectively Rs. 4800 Statement for Linked Answer Question 81-82: d. The demands over those 3 months d. P-3. 260 are 90. 100 and 80 and in overtime are 20. 8. 20 per item and Rs. to consumption. Photochemical Machining carrying cost is Rs. the inventory carrying cost and ordering cost machining time in mm for a single pass is are Re.5 final inventory are nil.7 permitted. 97 c. Inventory carrying cost is Rs. Ultrasonic Machining continues throughout the year. The feed and depth of cut consumption continue simultaneously till are 0. 6800 A low carbon steel bar of 147mm diameter with a 85. P-1 Q-2. The cost of production in regular time and overtime . Q-3. 1 per item per week and Rs. Use the the maximum inventory is reached. 600 c. The tool. 20 c. Q-1 R-4. If backlog is not allowed.2 mm/rev and 2 mm respectively.) of the plan. Then unashamed diameter to calculate the cutting inventory is allowed to reduce to zero due velocity. 100 a. the 81. The maximum level of inventory of an D. In machine shop. 114 86. 3. The production and 120 m/mm respectively. When tool life is 20 mm. This cycle 2. 87 b. Neglect over-travel or approach of the consecutive weeks are 50-0-15-20-20. 5 per order respectively. the d. S-1 material cost. 24 blanking force in kN is per item. 2800 c. R-l. 500 b. a. pins of 15 mm diameter length of 630mm is being turned with uncoated are produced at a rate of 1000 per month carbide insert. P-4. Ordering 3. 0 C. Electro discharge Machining cost is Rs.0 per item month. 107 d. Use “Least Unit Cost Technique” c. The inventory becomes zero over one and half month due to 1. 200 consecutiv3e months in regular time are b. 250 100. Match the most suitable manufacturing the third month is processes for the following parts. S-2 a. 225 and 40.

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pessimistic time (tp) and most likely time (tl) is given by t o + 4tl + tp t o + 4tp + tl (A) t e = (B) t e = 6 6 t o + 4tl + tp t o + 4tl + tl (C) t e = (D) t e = 3 3 © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt.2 (B) 1. and face centered cubic space lattices. Assuming the rotor to be perfectly balanced and supported at knife edges at both the ends. A solid circular shaft of diameter d is subjected to a combined bending moment M and torque.0 13.8mm in the middle of the rotor. ME GATE Paper 2009 www.com Q O1 P d O2 (A) 144.2. are (A) 1.4 (C) 2.5 (C) 240.4. Two streams of liquid metal. the likely critical speed (in rpm) of the shaft is (A) 350 (B) 705 (C) 2810 (D) 4430 14. Discuss this questions paper at www. respectively.0 (D) 250. The expected time (te) of a PERT activity in terms of optimistic time (t0). Ltd. The rotor shaft of a large electric motor supported between short bearings at both deflection of 1.2.3 (B) 216.4 (D) 2.gateforum. which are not hot enough to fuse properly. Page 3 of 13 .3. The effective number of lattice points in the unit cell of simple cubic. body centered cubic.com. T. Friction at the tool-chip interface can be reduced by (A) decreasing the rake angle (B) increasing the depth of cut (C) decreasing the cutting speed (D) increasing the cutting speed 17.gateforum. result into a casting defect known as (A) cold shut (B) swell (C) sand wash (D) scab 18. No part of this booklet may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the written permission.4 16. The material property to be used for designing the shaft using the 16 relation M2 + T 2 is πd3 (A) ultimate tensile strength (Su) (B) tensile yield strength (Sy) (C) torsional yield strength (Ssy) (D) endurance strength (Se) 15.

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Neglecting frictional effects.287 kJ/kgK. Consider steady.gateforum. The heat exchanger is characterized by the following relation: 2ε = 1 − exp ( −2NTU) . enters the heat exchanger at 102°C while the cold fluid has an inlet temperature of 15°C. v = −3x Q.com 26. u = −2x. No part of this booklet may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the written permission.com. The entire work output of the heat engine is used to drive a reversible heat pump operating between a set of independent isothermal heat reservoirs at 17°C and 75°C. the compression ratio is 10. u = 2y. expressed in terms of the two-dimensional velocity fields in the xy-plane.05 (8) 0. Ltd. v = 2y © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt. ME GATE Paper 2009 www.gateforum. incompressible and irrotational flow through a reducer in a horizontal pipe where the diameter is reduced from 20cm to 10cm. The mean effective pressure (in kPa) of the cycle is (A) 103 (B) 310 (C) 515 (D) 1032 30. An irreversible heat engine extracts heat from a high temperature source at a rate of 100kW and rejects heat to a sink at a rate of 50kW. The hot fluid.27 (D) 0. The rate (in kW) at which the heat pump delivers heat to its high temperature sink is (A) 50 (B) 250 (C) 300 (D) 360 31.16 (C) 0. while 700kJ/kg of heat is rejected during the other constant volume process in the cycle. v = 0 R. Discuss this questions paper at www. Specific gas constant for air=0. You are asked to evaluate assorted fluid flows for their suitability in a given laboratory application. the heat capacity rates (product of specific heat at constant pressure and mass flow rate) of the hot and cold fluid are equal. The following three flow choices. Heat added at constant volume is 1500kJ/kg. Neglect heat transfer between the heat exchanger and the ambient. u = 3xy. The condition at the beginning of the compression process is 100kPa and 27°C. flowing at 1kg/s with Cp = 4kJ/kgK.38 28. The fluid has a vapour pressure of 50kPa and a specific weight of 5 kN/m3. The standard deviation of a uniformly distributed random variable between 0 and 1 is 1 1 5 7 (A) (B) (C) (D) 12 3 12 12 27. are made available. P. The pressure in the 20cm pipe just upstream of the reducer is 150kPa. In an air-standard Otto cycle. Page 5 of 13 . The exit temperature (in °C) for the cold fluid is (A) 45 (B)55 (C) 65 (D) 75 29. the maximum discharge (in m3/s) that can pass through the reducer without causing cavitation is (A) 0. In a parallel flow heat exchanger operating under steady state. The overall heat transfer coefficient for the heat exchanger is estimated to be 1kW/m2K and the corresponding heat transfer surface area is 5m2.

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Which flow(s) should be recommended when the application requires the flow to
be incompressible and irrotational?
(A) P and R (B) Q (C) Q and R (D) R

32. Water at 25°C is flowing through a 1.0km long G.I pipe of 200mm diameter at
the rate of 0.07m3/s. If value of Darcy friction factor for this pipe is 0.02 and
density of water is 1000kg/m3, the pumping power (in kW) required to maintain
the flow is
(A) 1.8 (B) 17.4 (C) 20.5 (D) 41.0

33. Consider steady-state heat conduction across the thickness in a plane composite
wall (as shown in the figure) exposed to convection conditions on both sides.

1 2

hi , T∞,i h0, T∞,0

L1 L2

Given:
hi = 20W / m2K; h0 = 50W / m2K; T∞,i = 200 C; T∞,0 = −20 C; k1 = 20W / mK; k2 = 50W / mK;
L1 = 0.30m and L 2 = 0.15m.
Assuming negligible contact resistance between the wall surfaces, the interface
temperature, T (in °C), of the two walls will be
(A) -0.50 (B) 2.75 (C) 3.75 (D) 4.50

34. The velocity profile of a fully developed laminar flow in a straight circular pipe, as
R2  dp   r2 
shown in the figure, is given by the expression u (r ) = −   1 − 2  where
4µ  dx   R 
dp
is a constant. The average velocity of fluid in the pipe is
dx

R
u (r )
r
x

R2  dp  R 2  dp  R 2  dp  R 2  dp 
(A) − (B) − (C) − (D) −
8µ  dx  4µ  dx  2µ  dx  µ  dx 
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35. A solid shaft of diameter, d and length L is fixed at both the ends. A torque, T0 is
applied at a distance, L/4 from the left end as shown in the figure given below

T0

L /4 3L / 4

The maximum shear stress in the shaft is
16T0 12T0 8T0 4T0
(A) (B) (C) (D)
πd 3
πd
3
πd 3
πd3

36. An epicyclic gear train is shown schematically in the adjacent figure
The sun gear 2 on the input shaft is a 20 teeth external gear. The planet gear 3
is a 40 teeth external gear. The ring gear 5 is a 100 teeth internal gear. The ring
gear 5 is fixed and the gear 2 is rotating at 50 rpm ccw (ccw=counter-clockwise
and cw=clockwise)
The arm 4 attached to the output shaft will rotate at

3 •4

5

2

(A) 10 rpm ccw (B) 10 rpm cw (C) 12 rpm cw (D) 12 rpm ccw

37. A forged steel link with uniform diameter of 30mm at the centre is subjected to
an axial force that varies from 40kN in compression to 160kN in tension. The
tensile (Su), yield (Sy) and corrected endurance (Se) strengths of the steel
material are 600MPa, 420MPa and 240MPa respectively. The factor of safety
against fatigue endurance as per Soderberg’s criterion is
(A) 1.26 (B) 1.37 (C) 1.45 (D) 2.00
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38. An automotive engine weighing 240kg is supported on four springs with linear
characteristics. Each of the front two springs have a stiffness of 16MN/m while
the stiffness of each rear spring is 32MN/m. The engine speed (in rpm), at which
resonance is likely to occur, is
(A) 6040 (B) 3020 (C) 1424 (D) 955

39. A vehicle suspension system consists of a spring and a damper. The stiffness of
the spring is 3.6kN/m and the damping constant of the damper is 400Ns/m. If
the mass is 50kg, then the damping factor (d) and damped natural frequency
(fn), respectively, are
(A) 0.471 and 1.19Hz (B) 0.471 and 7.48Hz
(C) 0.666 and 1.35Hz (D) 0.666 and 8.50Hz

40. A frame of two arms of equal length L is shown in the adjacent figure. The
flexural rigidity of each arm of the frame is EI. The vertical deflection at the point
of application of load P is
PL3
(A)
3EI

2PL3 L
(B)
3EI P
3
PL
(C)
EI
4PL3
(D)
3EI L

41. A uniform rigid rod of mass M and length L is hinged at one end as shown in the
adjacent figure. A force P is applied at a distance of 2L/3 from the hinge so that
the rod swings to the right. The reaction at the hinge is

(A) -P

(B) 0 2L / 3
L

(C) P/3 P

(D) 2P/3

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com 46.Q-4.000mm (C) Lower limit = 59.S-1 49.Q-3. Discuss this questions paper at www.016mm (D) Lower limit = 60.471 (C) 34. Page 10 of 13 . What are the upper and lower limits of the shaft represented by 60 f8? Use the following data: Diameter 60 lies in the diameter step of 50-80mm Fundamental tolerance unit.Q-3.0 (D) 2. Spindle stop S. G90 4. No part of this booklet may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the written permission. Fundamental deviation for ‘f’ shaft = -5.924mm.046mm © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt. Dwell R.970mm (B) Lower limit = 59.R-2.000mm.R-4.0 (B) 0. Upper Limit = 60.85 Valency of Iron =2 Faraday ' s constant = 96540 Coulombs The material removal rate (in g/s) is (A) 0.5 (C) 1. in µm=0. Linear interpolation (A) P-2.S-2 (C) P-3.gateforum.R-1.S-1 (D) P-4.001D.S-1 (B) P-3. Electrochemical machining is performed to remove material from an iron surface of 20mm×20mm under the following conditions: Inter electrode gap = 0. M05 1. Upper Limit = 59.45D1/3+0.71 (D) 347.1 48.954mm.5D0. ME GATE Paper 2009 www. i. G04 3.gateforum. where D is the representative size in mm.0 47.Q-4. Minimum shear strain in orthogonal turning with a cutting tool of zero rake angle is (A) 0. Match the following NC Code Definition P. Ltd. Upper Limit = 60. Upper Limit = 60.3471 (B) 3. Tolerance value for IT8=25i. Absolute coordinate system Q.970mm.2mm Supply voltage (DC ) = 12V Specific resistance of electrolyte = 2Ωcm Atomic weight of Iron = 55.41 (A) Lower limit = 59.R-2.com. G01 2.

Q-1. Match the items in Column I and Column II.S-4 (B) P-1. V1 = 160m / s Z1 = 10m P1 = 3MPa h2 = 2600kJ / kg V2 = 100m / s Z2 = 6m P2 = 70kPa 51.gateforum.Q-4. Page 11 of 13 . Stefan Boltzmann constant is given as 5. ME GATE Paper 2009 www. The density of water at the inlet to the pump is 1000kg/m3. Ltd.351 (C) 2. Progressive solidification (A) P-1. the lower plate (plate 2) is a diffuse and gray surface with an emissivity of 0.R-2.941 (C) 168. While the upper plate (designated as plate 1) is a black surface and is the warmer one being maintained at 727ºC.7 and is kept at 227ºC.510 Common Data Questions: 53 & 54 Radiative heat transfer is intended between the inner surfaces of two very large isothermal parallel metal plates.R-2. Support for the core Q.Q-3. Discuss this questions paper at www. Assume the above turbine to be part of a simple Rankine cycle. Ignoring kinetic and potential energy effects.157 (B) 12.gateforum.001 (D) 168. Metallic Chaplets 2. No part of this booklet may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the written permission. Column I Column II P. Riser 3. the specific work (in kJ/kg) supplied to the pump is (A) 0.com. Assume that the surfaces are sufficiently large to form a two-surface enclosure and steady state conditions to exist. Exothermic Padding 4.S-3 Common Data Questions: 51 & 52 The inlet and the outlet conditions of stream for an adiabatic steam turbine are as indicated in the notations are as usually followed h1 = 3200kJ / kg figure.R-2. Metallic Chills 1. Control cooling of critical sections S.67×10-8W/m2K4 © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt.com 50. If mass flow rate of steam through the turbine is 20kg/s.785 52. the power output of the turbine (in MW) is (A) 12.930 (D) 3.S-3 (C) P-3.R-2.293 (B) 0.Q-4.S-1 (D) P-4. Reservoir of the molten metal R.

the net radiation heat exchange (in kW/m2) between plate 1 and plate 2 is (A) 17. Ltd.66 © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt. If plate 1 is also a diffuse and gray surface with an emissivity value of 0.7 Common Data Questions: 55 & 56 Consider the following PERT network: 3 6 1 2 5 7 4 The optimistic time.0 (D) 31.33 (B) 0. The critical path duration of the network (in days) is (A) 11 (B) 14 (C) 17 (D) 18 56.0 (C) 23.0 (B) 19.77 (D) 1. most likely time and pessimistic time of all the activities are given in the table below Optimistic Most likely Pessimistic Activity time (days) time (days) time (days) 1-2 1 2 3 1-3 5 6 7 1-4 3 5 7 2-5 5 7 9 3-5 2 4 6 5-6 4 5 6 4-7 4 6 8 6-7 2 3 4 55. Page 12 of 13 .gateforum. No part of this booklet may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the written permission.com 53.8.gateforum.5 (B) 3.5 54.6 (C) 17. Discuss this questions paper at www.com. ME GATE Paper 2009 www. The standard deviation of the critical path is (A) 0.0 (D) 19. The irradiation (in kW/m2) for the upper plate (plate 1) is (A) 2.55 (C) 0.

57 to Q.74 (D) n = −0.0 © All rights reserved by GATE Forum Educational Services Pvt. tool life was found to vary with the cutting speed in the following manner: Cutting speed (m/min) Tool life (minutes) 60 81 90 36 57.com. Discuss this questions paper at www.com Linked Answer Questions: Q. Given that the tooth geometry factor is 0. Its face width is 25mm. The exponent (n) and constant (k) of the Taylor’s tool life equation are (A) n = 0.gateforum. the minimum allowable stress (in MPa) for the gear material is (A) 242.gateforum.0 (B) 166.5 and k = 540 (B) n = 1 and k = 4860 (C) n = −1 and k = 0.60 Carry Two Marks Each Statement for Linked Answer Questions: 57 & 58 In a machining experiment.155 58. 59.0 (D) 74. ME GATE Paper 2009 www.5 and k = 1. What is the percentage increase in tool life when the cutting speed is halved? (A) 50% (B) 200% (C) 300% (D) 400% Statement for Linked Answer Questions: 59 & 60 A 20º full depth involute spur pinion of 4mm module and 21 teeth is to transmit 15kW at 960rpm.5 (C) 121.5.32 and the combined effect of dynamic load and allied factors intensifying the stress is 1. Page 13 of 13 . Ltd. No part of this booklet may be reproduced or utilized in any form without the written permission. The tangential force transmitted (in N) is (A) 3552 (B) 2611 (C) 1776 (D) 1305 60.