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I MECHANICAL ENGINEERING J

PAPER-I
2.
For a nuid having number equal to
unity. hO\' are the h)dtodynamic botmdary
Is) er thickness. 5, and lhe
boundaty layer thickness 1), related 1
a S = ll,
b. c5 > li,
c. ll < li,
ct. o,=o"
11: in a pumJ>. the discharge is halved, then,
assuming dl31 11te Sl>eed rem;uns
unchanged. what would be the rnuo or the
heads H ,!Hi!
a .,fi/3
b. ../2/ 3
c.. ,;Jo.2s
dro5
3. Por calculation of heat transfer by natural
convection from a hori.1,ontal cylinder,
what is tbe characteristic length in Grashof
numbe(/
4.
5,
a Diameter of the cy Iinder
b, of the cylindor
c. Circumference or the base of the
cylinder
d. Half the circumference of the base of
lhe cy I inder
Which one of the followmg non-
dimensional nwnbers is used for transition
from laminar to tul'hulent llo" in free.
convection?
a, Reynolds number
b Grashof number
c. Peclet nrtmber
d. Rayleigh number
For steady, 1011form now through pipes
" ith consrant he.at fl ux supplied to the
'' all, which is che value ot' Nusselt
numbe(/
u, 4811 1
6.
7.
b.
c. 24/ 11
d 11/24
Match List - I wub List II and seleGt the
correct answer using the code giYen below
Ute lists
List - I (Non-dimensional Number)
A. Grashof nwnbcr
B. Stanton number
C. Sherwood ttumber
D. Fourier number
List-11 (Appl ication)
I . Mass transfer
2. Unsteady state heat conduction
3. Free comecuon
4. Forced conveccion
Codes;
A B c D
a 3 2
b. 3
.j 2
c. 3 2
d. J
.j
2
Usual!) fins are provided to increase the
rate of heal transfer. Buc tins also act as
insulation Wh1ch one of ihe following
non-dimensional numbers decides this
factor'/
a. Eckert number
b. Btot number
-c. Fouriernumber
d. Peclet number
What is tl1e expression for tile thermal
CQnduction. restSiiU1ce to heat transfer
tltrough a holl o" sphere or inner radius r,
and outer radius r
1
ond thermal
k'!
(r, -r, )r, r,
a.
4zk
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b.
4r.k( r, r,)
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c.
r,
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41Tk r.r
1
tl. None oflhese
(). A comJl"'ite w.1 II hovlng three of'
thickness U.3 111. n.z m and 0. 1 m aod nr
l.benool conductivities 0.6. 0.4 and O. l W
mK, n:spccllvoly. is having surf.1cc orda I
llil. If lhe inner and ouler 1emperotures of
the composite wall lire 1840 K and J4() K..
r.,.;pc-ctivel), wh L is ralc of h<:llt
tr.msfer1
10.
ll.
12.
" 150 w
b. !.500 w
e. 75 W
d. 75() w
For conduction lhrnugh spherical wall
w1tb consWnl chermal conductivity
wiU1 inner side tcmperalu"' gt'tlnlcr lh:uo
outer wotll tcmpcrnturo. (one dintcnsional
transfer), what is cha t)'P" of
te1n1>ertture distrib111 ion?
lL Line:tr
b Parabolic
c. H )l'crlJo lie
tl None uf lhe ublo\lc
A wall of tlokkloeis 0.6 m bas width has a
n.or.nuU >rea 1.5 m
1
ruod is UUJdc up of
material of tloermol ccnductivity 0.4
W/m.K. ' t1e t"'npemture,'l oo the two sides
are 8000 C ond 1000 C. What I!
tb..:rmal r'CSiStnnce of the \ToJ l'!
n. I \VIK
h. 1.8
c. I IVW
II 1.8 KlW
lvlolch Li>ll 1 wilh Lis I n ond sclc:cl
os.n.swer usm.g the code _given helo\\
tlw lists:
List-1
A. llschngen:
B. rurbu lent flow
C. Ft'Cc convoctioo
D. RdiaLit>n """'' tramJC.r
List-Jl
I View lilctor
14.
15.
16.
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2. Ufl'ectivcness
3. Nussclt number
4. Eddy <lill'u.ivity
('odes:
A
(' l)
a. 3 2 4
b. 2 4 3
c. 3 4 2 1
d. 2 I 3
.j
'll!roltl.e governing. h le;un turbin""
u. Lead w pressure loss
b. Jncroosa lhe efticieocy
c. heat lo5SC:t
d. Decrease:$ temperature
An open cycle constant pres.ure gas
turbine uses a fuel of Clllbrific vnluc
4{).000 kJ/kg. with air fuel rntio of 80 : I
and deve-lops a net oulput of SO kJ1kg of
air. \\'hal is Uto tltermal <>llicieucy of Uoe
cycle?
61"
b. 16o
c. lll'lo
d. None of the ahove
Comider th<r staloments m
respect of gas turbin.,..
.\ s turlJine planl lrilh rehcater lod to,
1. Cousider:Jb1c Uuprovemcnl in the work
ontpul
2. Considerable improvcmoni on the
thennal el'ticieucy.
\Vltich oftl !3lenlents given above i! lare
correct'!
'' I only
b. 2 only
c. BoUt I and 2
d. Neither l not 2
Con. itlcr tlte follo1< ing stalL-men IS:
J)ie..ell;nock cn be red need h)
1. Increasing tJ1e compression rat-io.
2. the ems
3. luer.,.slng Lhe injo:etion relord.
4. Dccrcaing the inJcl nir tcmperaiUrc.
\Vhich <If the gilen ohuve aoc
Con'CCL?
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IN.
Ill.
20.
n.. 2 and 4 on l:Y
b. 1. 2 and, only
c. I nd 3 only
d. I, 2. 3 and .I
Which one of the following Is con-ect'l
When o renl undergoes Joule -
l'homson c)tpansion. the lc:mpo-ratu-e
;a, may remain con,lanl
b. ahvays increases.
c. may inereo.se or
d. ahvays decreases.
Whid1 one of the lbll<l"mg,. coiT"ct?l'or
the sau1e ncl power output
n. Ule turbine us<:<l in gas IUrbiue power
planls is lorger Oum ll1at used in steruu
pnwer planl<
1>. the turbine used in gas turbine powcr
plants is smaller than that med in
ste.;am power plants
c. the turbine l:'!n he used flr boO>
plllltl$
d None of the above
Motch List - I with Lit II ond select the
c:utTect answer usiug I he code given helD\\
U!e lists
I.i.st- I (Prime !\lover)
A, HJgb speed diesel eng in<>
B. It' engine having expansion rnlio
th&n ct1mprcssiun rntit>
C. Pulse jel eng1ne
D, Gns hrrbme with ,nultislnge
compression and muhislage expansion
Liltll !Afr Smndllrd Cycles)
I. Alkinson cyd e
2. D1l cornbu.stiou (lil'll.ilcd Jllt:Ss uro)
cycle
3. Erj,.son cyolc:
4. Lonolt
Cutle.:
11.
c.
IL
A
3
2
13
I
I
4
J
I
-+
0
2
2
3
Which oue of Ute Jbllowing sl:ltements i
COIT'-.'!t'2
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
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umcicncy of !he Camot cycle for
thennal power plant is high and worl>
ratio alsQ high in comparison lfl tl1e
Rnk.i.ue cycle
b. illl"iciency of lhe Como! cycle> is high
and work rntio is low in comparison to
the Rankine cyclo
c. Eftl ciency of th<> Cnmol cycle i low
ond work ratio is low in
comp;uison fo the-RJnkine ...:ydd
d. L{nth '"e cycles have am.- elliciencies
work rntio
\Vhidt property of mercury is the> main
noson for it> uso Tu barometers?
a. High deLL,ity
h Neglig>ble "''Pillority ert'ect
c. V e1y low vapour pressure
d. Low comJlres.ibilit.V
lf the rolalioosbip but ween lh" thc:ar
10 and the of 8henr (duldy) Is
e.'<presNed ns ' - Jl (duldy)", the fluicl
with n > J is kJW\\ n as which
one of the follow
a. Bingham plutk
b. J)ilatanl fluid
c, Ne\\ ton ian f1u1d
d. Pseudo pltio fluid
Wbat are Ole of IJncruatic.
vise<!&1ty of a flu id?
" L '12
b.
c. M v' r'
d. M L"
0
T'
The rrcsoure dilt'erence of two very light
gases in two rigid \<=AS<IJ> Ts being
measured l1y > vcrticul U-tubc "otcr lilltd
moncuncter. The reoding L' fbund to be lO
em. is the
A circular plole 15 m <liamclcr ill
submerged in water "ith its !lJ"'llest and
lcnst dtopths helow the hdng 2 m
uud 075 cu l'ti.pectivcly. Whlll is U1c tot:al
pre!Cure (appwximntely) 1111 cme fce C)f
the J>late?
. 12kN
b. 16 k..'l
c. 24 kN
d. Nouo of th above
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26. Whenever l plate ls ot an
"ilh the direction of flow of liquid. it is
bjc<:ted tiJ pr<:S.,IIrc. What i U1c
compoucn1 this iu Uu: diroctiun
nf Jl ow uf liquid. k:nnwn :ut?
n. S tag.naliou ptt. 'tisurc
b. Lift
c. 'Dmg
d. Bulk modulus
27. Whicb onc of the fl) llowing IS the correct
st:stemenf? Pcrf01,nancc of mechnnic:tl
droll cooling (Ower ts 4uperior to nowrnl
with
" incionse iu .1U \\ct bulb tcmpomtur<:
b. in >ir wet bulb temperature
c.. incrc:m: in dry hulh tcmpCilltur<:
d. increase in recirculation of air
2N. pressure of the liquid in c.t5c of
nn immenred b:.dy nels through which <me
ofU1c following?
IL Centre of gravity'
b. Omtre of pressure
c. Me13ccntre
d. C<."Oiro of buoyancy
29. A hydrometer weigh 003 N and has a
stem ntthe upper end wh1cb is cylindrical
n11d 3 mm in diameter It will tlont
ln oil of specific gn vity 075. than ln
nlcohol of pucillc gravity 08 by how
much amount'/

31.
n. 10.7 nwt
b. 43.3
\!. 33 nun
d. :;6 mm
Which one of the follomng pumps is not a
pqs itive tlispbcement pump'l
;1, Reciprocating p1unp
1>. pump
" V Oli o pwnp
d. Lube p'ump
nl<: overaJJ uf. ltubin ..
i& 70"u. ff the rucchanic:d effi ciency i> 85
q,, what iJ hydrnulic.-

a. 82 4%
h. 59.5%
c.
d. 81 ..
32.
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for maximum blode el'liclency (util i7.6lion
fac.tur). " hat is the work (Jikg) done in a
single stag.e 50?i> rcuctiun turbiol c'/
(where u = peoipheral speed of the
l'OIOT iu m/J
ll,
2 u:
b. llu'
c. "J
tl.
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u
33. Which one of tho foUowiug i the cum:ct
slatement,)
Specific spuod of a tluiJ machine
a. refers tu Ute s peed of" machine of uuit
dimensions
b. ;, a typ<>nuruba .reprcscntotivc of its
performance
c, is sp<!Cific to Otopootiuulr rnuo.binc
d. only upon Ooc head untl<:1
which the m:tchlne opc:rnh.:.-.
34. Whkh one of Uoc following accC!Isories is
conoected to tho oteant supply pipe line to
moinl3in cons!Jint
u. Pressure redtrcing volve
b. Ste.1m scporulor
c. S lrop
d.
35. Which on of the foll owing Gttings is
mounted on U1" boilot to put oiJ U1e fire in
the furnace, wben "oter IIJVcl falls to an
unsafe limit'/
36.
Feed check valve
b. Sll.lllt)'
c. Fusfbl.:. plug
d. mow off coc.k
The combustion anlysis crried out by the
Oosat Appar atui reudes whido one of U1e
foUowing'1
a.. The percc:ntage compoltion by weight
on dry II"
b. The ll""'"ntnge. comt""ilion hy
volume on lhe dry has is
c. The percentage> oontposition by wctight
on-the wet basi.s
d. The p<.-=nt.>g<> by
volume on the wet basi
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37. Which one of the following \)oiler
a"c.el<sories does not need nue-gas' for its
upcr:aljun?
38.
39.

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:1. Economizer
I> Preloeoter
c. lnjec.tor
d. Sup or
Consider the toll<m in{! in
respect of nxial flow :1ir c.ompressoB:
l. A.u 3xi:JI flow 3ir contpn.. --ssor is ofu:u
d.:$cribed as J: reversed re:tc::.tion
turbine.
2. With 50% degree of reaction. the
velocity diagrams aa-e symmetncal
Which of the given "hove istorc
C<)n'eot'l
n. 1 only
b. 2 only
(;
lllth I ntl 2
d. Neltb.: 1 nor 2
l n

Stlic p1'eSSUte fncn:a>-es with M.lclo
nurnbcr
b. Mch number decre3ses with
i.ucrc;:lSing af'C.3 ratio
"' Static pres"''"' will1 Mach
number
d. Area rnt1o decreases in lhe flow
direction
Which one of the folio\\ irl j! slnlcJhcnl!l is
cOrrccl 'Vh"l1 iijltunstiou pressure of wafer
vnp<)ur it>creac:s1
n. Satu111lion temperature doorease.s
b. Enthalpy of cvnponlion dcc...,.,.es
e. Enthaii>Y of cvnl>ootUi()ll
d. Specific volume change of phas<:
incrcnscs
Blade c:roslon in sll::lm tuJ'bine> takc:s
o. Due hl high tcmpernture sk;lm
b. Due to droplets in s1eam
c. Due 10 higb tl>lotionaJ reed
d. to high low rotc
Ust: of m.aximuru pressure ratio.
oorresponcling lo maximum to minimum
cycle temperature ratio m c:osc: ol' Joule
cycle 8ivcs which one oft he
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a. M:lximum efticicn<y but very less
l'ecilk worlr output
b. Maximum effi ciency and very high
Specific work output
c.. rvti.nimum ell'iciency and very
work OUti)Ul
d. Mlnimum efficiency bul very high
spccilic work output
Which of the foUowinl! tecluoi<l""" are
employed fur coJttrul of n:cipwcalir>g
compress
L Tlu'Ottlo c011trol
2 Cl=onc.: control
3. Blowing air to waste
Select the correct nnswer <Ling the cQdo:-
givc:n below
a. 1. 2:uod 3
h. I 2 on I}
c. 2 and 3 unly
d. 1 aud 3 only
.-4. ]\Jatch Li.oll- I with List 11 elect tlu;
"""wcr using the <do 11ivrm below
the I isis
15.
List-! (N'amcofEquipmont)
A. Fan
B. Blower
('. compt-essor
1), Axial !low a.t compressor
List - II (f're.-.ure R"tio)
l. l.l
2 2.5
3. -1
4. I()
Code;
A
u. 2.
b.
c.
d. 2
B
I
2.
2
c
3
3
4
4
D
4
4
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S talling phe-oomt.-n:s in :m flow
compressor stage is caused due to which
one of the following?
a. mass llo11 rate than the
d08ognc<l value
b. Lower Jlo\\ mte thou Uoc
dcsign.d valuo
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4'l,
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c.. lligher flow n1tc or
uniformity in tho: prolilc
d. Lmwr mus; tlow rutc or non-
uniformity in blade protih:
In a multi-stage axial llow compressor
with EX]ual ri><: in all stages.
pressure rotio in subse4ueut sl"Jl"'i
a Rcmaiu.s cuostaru
b. Increases ![radLuli ly
c. Decreases
d. fOCI\.'llSCS rapid I)
Consider tho in
or gas turbines:
I. Supersonic nmv leads to decrease in
.:flic.ient) .
2. Sup<!rsonic now feuds I(\ dccreasu in
now rate.
Which of tile swtemems given ubove is/an:
correcr?
a. I only
h. 2 on I}
c. Both I und 2
d. Neither I nor 1
Tbe concentration of pressure pulses
crc.otc.d by nn <'lljcct moving at Mach
1!1'0.5 is
a. Larger ul1<:ad of the object
b. Lart.;er behind object
c.:. Uniforru Macb cone
d. Uniform outside Muth cum:
1 n t1 hydraulic coupling. what the rntio tf
Sf:.Jed of turbine runner tn thm of 111<>
pump irnpdler 10 moinlllln
motion of oil?
3. < 1
b. = I
c. > 1
J. Can ooany valuo
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/c
c: - ..,L__
__
\Yavoleugtb.).
Consider the diagram given llbove. Whkh
one of the 11\llowing b correct'/
51.
52.
53.
54.
b of
3, Curve A is for gray body, Curv<: 13 is
lbr bluck bod>- and Curve C is for
selective emitter
b. Curve A is lor selective cmiuer. Curw
B is for hluck body. and Curve C is for
b<1dy
c, Curve A is fOr selocti \'e emiuer. Cur,e
B is for gray body. and Curve C is for
blad. body
d. Curve J\ for blm;k bodv. lurve B is
for gray bod>. and Cuive C: is lor
selective crniner
What h the basic or thermal
radiation li'Orn which all other eq1taliOn$ of
radiation can be derived'.'
a. Stefan- Boltzmann l"JUnlion
b. Pinnell's equation
c. Wien's equution
d. Rtyleigh- JeMs tonnula
Which Unt or the folluwing iS
correct'.'
f'or a hclllisphcrc. solid angle is
111C'J$1,1rcd
a. in riadian tmd irs m11Xim11m \'aluc is :r.
b. in uegr.:e and its maximum is
180.
c, in und vatu\! is
1n-.
d. in steradian and its maximum \'Blue is
lt.
F'or mdiatiun hct"ecn two inliniw
parallel planes of emissivity s I ttnd s:
respectively. which one of the followi ng Is
the for emissivlly factor?
a. c
1
cl
d.
G"
1


What is the radimion in a
particular direction:
a. Radium enerro per unit t1mc per tmit
urea of radiating surful-e
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b. Rl>clfanr c.rerg)' per unil time per uni1
solid angle per tmrl area Iff the
t'ildioling surliu::e
c. RadjanL energy per unit lime 1>er unit
ll<llid per urut pro,jecled of
the r-Jdbting in the given
direction
.1. morey per unit limo per unit
projected oreo of the r;tdiating <nrface
in the given direction
A mochino h:rving ooellicient
of performance equal to 2 is U!lttd to
remove heal at lhc utc of 1'200 kJimin.
What is rhe power required lbr thi!
machine'/
n. 8tlk\V
b. 6()kW
(), 20kW
d. l OkW
When the cycle " 'orking in
pressure lint iu. of r , and P: I'C\' <:t'SOO (111<1
opemted o refriger>tor, wh>t i Ute ide:tl
value or rop fonuch a cycle?
( )
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/l: flt -
1
b.
(p, I /'o )'-< - J
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- (p, l


d. None oftlt" above
fhe rhrllltltng of certo in gases ma)' used
for gcuing Ure n:friget'illiou clfcol Wlrol i
lh" value of Joulc-1jronrson Uti
tiir suoh a throttling procC!;s?
3. /.1 ; 0
b. 1 ; I
c. IJ < l
tl. IJ > l
1\. ht:nr pum11 W<.>rb oo C:rmot
cycle. The in the condenser
C<>iiS is 27 (.' and thot ln the OV:lpfrt'll t()r
coils is- 23 C. Fur a work inttut ol' I W.
hcow much i$ Ute
. 1 k\V
1>. 5 k\V
6kW
d. None oflhe above
59,
60.
112.
7 or 14
Assertion (A); The power rrort, mtllcd
lhrough pipe when tl1e loss
of head due 1u friction i' ctttJb Ito tmc-tlt lrd
of total bc.od ut tlrc inlei.
Reason (R}: Voloc.ity is moxiuuuu when
tho friction loss is onc-tlurd of lhc rota!
head at the in let.
a. Bolh A ond R arc individuolly true and
R is the correct explnnntion of A.
b. Botb A ami R .re but
R is not lhe cotTect explanution nf A.
c. A is lxue but K is rnlse
d. A i< but R '' true
Assertion tA): Blood is" Nowtoruun !Juid.
ReJS<Jn tR): 'l11c rate. of strJiu non-
lin<:arlj! witl1 shear $lress for blood.
a. BoU1 A and R ore individWliJ)' uuo and
R d1e correct ""plannrion of fl.
b. Both A ond R liN lnc11viduoll) bur
R is nolthe correct cxplnnntion of A.
c. . \ is true but R is C.lsc
d. A is false but R i, !rue
Assertion (A): Runaway speed of a turbine
i.s spoed undr n1oximum head at full
gole opening when the lood is
discormected suddenly
Reason (R): 1ne 'ariQus rota ling
llf th" turbine 11re dc:signed lQ
remain safe ol the J1lJlaway
a. Holh A and R arc individll>11ly rru.; nnd
R is U!c l:>llfi'CCt ur A
b. BoUt A and R ore .individuall) true bul
R is ooltl!c cotrccl c:xplonotion of/\.
c. A L' lrUJ; but R is
d. A l'alse bur R is lrtlc
Asserlion (A): Though he.1d is dded
a polyirol>hic cxporlliou process for
wbicb 'f n > L tl1e ICmP"fnlutc oflh<> gM
decreases during tho process.
Reo.uu {R): llu> work aouo by tlte ytcm
the hr:.11 added to I be
" Botll A ond R ore iuaividuolly true and
R is the correct expl:motion of/\.
b. Both l\ and Rare individuolly true bul
R is not the cotTecl ex'Pinnation of A.
c, 1\ I rue hut R is fnle
d. A is false but R is true
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64.
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66.
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A Camor engine uses nitrogen as the
wmking. Ouid (y = 14), The heat supplied
52 k.l and udlaputic expansion ratio 32
I. The receiver is 295 K.
What is amountllf hcal
a. l lkJ
b. 13 kJ
c.. 16 kJ
d. 281U

thermodynamic cycle shown above on the
tempennu"' entropy diagram perwins w
which one of the following'?
a. Stirling cycle.
b. Ericsson cycle
c. Vupour compressiou cycle
d. Brayton cycle
Selection of .a refrigerant for u vopo<tr
cumpn:s.ion dep<:nds on which
among the following?
a Toxicity
b. Environmental ellbct
c. Saturation pressure -
relationship
u. All of the above
Which of u1e following are inteusive
propet1ies1
I . Kinetic energy
::!. Thermal comluctivity
J. Pressure
4. Entropy
Select the correct answer using the code
giveJl below
a. I and 2
b. 2 and J only
c.. '1, 3 and 4
d. I. 3 nnd 4
Which one of follllwing is fluid
whose l" " fl('t1its in all its three. phases arc
mode use of in 1hermodyruunics?
68.
69.
70.
8 or
a. Ammonia
b. r teon 12
c. i lelium
d. Water
Which p - v diugrm for steam 111ustnltes
correctly the isothermal pmcess undergone
by wet steam tl"ll it hecom< superheated?
a.
b .
c.
d.
Consider the following
I. i\ gas with a comrressihility factor
more than I is more compressible than
a perfect gas.
2. The x 311d y '""s or compn:,.ihility
chart nre compressibi I it} factor on y-
uxis and reduced pressure 0 11 x-axis.
3. 1'he i1l'l<t and second derivatives of the
pressure with respect to volume at
aritical points are zero.
Which of tl1e slntements given ubovc is/nre
correct?
a. 2 and 3 only
b. I and 3 only
c. I and 2 only
d. I. 2 and 3
Whk b one of the lbllowiug relationships
the Helmholt7 l'unctk>n I'?
n. Fll ITS
h. F=H- TS
c. I'= U TS
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a
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e
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c
o
m
n.
74.
<1. F= U+ TV
Consider the lollowing stutomems In
respcc1 If the Clausius-Clapeyron
equmi,>n:
I. h point 111 one. possible WU)' of
measuring. thennodynamic-
1e-1npermorc.
11 pennits latent h<!m of vapol'iZlltion to
be estimated from measurements of
specific volumt,; of sruuratcd liquid.
saturUJed vapour and the saturation
ternr)eralures at rwo nearby pre'Sures.
J. II does not apply 10 changes from solid
to Lhe liquid pha.<e and from solid to
Lhe vapour phase,
Which of the given ahove are
correct'!
a. I. 2 and 3
b. I and 2 only
c. 2 and 3 only
d. 1 and 3 only
Assigning tht: basic lo mass.
length. l ime and temperature rc.<pcclivcly
as M. L. T and 0 {TemporaLUrc). what are
the dimensions of enirOI)Y?
a. M L 'rO
b. M 1


l\ ML
1
T ' u'
d. M L
3
f- f)-
1
Which thennodynnmic property is
evaluated with the help of Maxwell
equations from the data of other
measurable properties of a system?
a. Entholry
b. Enti'Opy
c. Latem hem
d. Spcci llc hcu1
A lluid Oowing along n pipe line
undergoes a throttling process from I 0 bar
to I bar in passing through a parria Jl y open
' 'Ulvc. Befi)rc throttling. the specific
volu01c ofthc is 0.5 m
3
/kg and atkr
throttling is 20 m
3
/kg. What is the change
io speciiJc internal energy duling the
thronliug process'/
a. Lcro
b. I 00 k.l/kg
c. 200 kJ/ kg
75.
76.
77.
' lol p
d. Jt)l) k.llkg
Cousider four processes A, B, C uud D
shown in the graph given above:
Match List - I with List - rt lUld the
conect answer using the code g1ven below
the lists:
l.isl - I (Processes shown in the grarh)
A. A
B. B
c. c
O. D
List - II (ludex 11 u the equnt if)/1 pv" =
Const)
1. 0
1.
3. 1.4
4. "'
Codes:
(l,
"
C,
d.
A
4
1
4
1l c D
2 3 I
2 3 4
3 2 4
J 2 I
Whi<:h of the following is
The cyclic imogral nf lliQ - oW) !'or u
process is
a. posilive-
b. ncg.a1ive
c. ?..em
d. unpredictable
Which ouc of Ure following is con cct Qn
the bas i> of the second Jaw uf
tbcnnodynamics'l
a. For any spontaneous process. the
emropy of Lhe-universe increases
b. 6S = q", I rat corrs(Jlnl tcrnptraturc
c, f,flit'ienc)' t>f Lhe-Stirling cycle Is more
lhan lhnLofaCarnotoycle
d.
(the symbt>IS have tbelr usual meaning)
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78.
79.
8L
1\n bnk initiAlly contains 0.25 kg
of a gas 11 ilh an mtemal energy of 200
kJ/kg. Additit)nal gas 11 ith nn internal
energy of 300 tllkg nntl an enthalpy of 40()
l<llk.s en\<:.t11 !he tank until the of
gs contni)lt:d i I kg. \Vh:tl i& the
intoml enctg) (in ldlkg) nf the sas in th"
ltlllk?
fl. 250
b. 275
c.
d. Nooe <1f the a hove
Motch Lit - I with Lisl n ond seto:c.t the
correct ;tns\\er using the code given behm
the li$ts
List - I (TyPe <Jf 'l'hennomett:r)
A. MeNuryinglass
B. 1l1ermocouple
C. 1l1ermistor
D. Constaul volume gas
l, i,t Tl (Themwmetric Prr1pet1y)
I Vressure
2.
'
"
\'olume
+.
Induced elocU'ic voltage
Cndc:.;:
r\
Jj
c D
4 2 3
b. 3 2 4
u. 2 I 3
d. J
+
2
'
Whkh one of the foliO\\ ing statements ls
correct'/
4. Compr'"libility (actl)r is unity tor I
gases
b. Compresslbility [actor ls foo ideal
gases
c. Compr1:s.sibiliLy fctor is lcssr than
unity for ideal gasC!i
cl Compressibility litc1or is more thn
for tdeol gas ..
A wooden rectangub.r block of length I ;,
made t-o noat in w:ater with its axis
vertical. The centre of g"'vity of tl1e
floating body is 0.15 I abov" the ccnw of
huoynncy. What ,. the gravity of
the wooden hlock'l
82
84.
85.
86.
. 0.6
b. 0.65
c, 0.7
d. 0,75
10nfl4
If B is the centre of buoyancy. G is the
centre of grnvity rutd J\1 Is tl1e metaceolro
of li llo>ting body, the> body will in
stable equilibrium if
a. MG - n
b. M is below G
c. OG 1J
d. 1\1. i above G
The metacenlric height of a passenger ship
is kepi luwer that of a naval or a
cargo ahip bc:cau&:
a. weight will
b. Otherwie it will be neuu:.al
tiqull1brlum
c. It will decreose the frequency of
rolling
d. !I will s ink and be tololly
immcrst.-d
An opan circular .:ylioder 12 m high is
filled witl1 a liguid to top. n,e liquid is
given a rig,id body rotation about the axis
of 11<> .:ylinder and the pressure al U
o;:cntrc line at the bollom surface is found
to 0.6 m of liquid, What is the ratio of
volume of liquid pi lied out or the ayli.nder
to the origin.tl
a. 114
b. 3/8
c. 112
d. 3/4
\Vbieh unc l>f the followmg is the con'<:CI
stntcment?
Sir'"' mline. paUo line and slrcdk lino are
identical when the
11. llow L t.ed)
b. is unil'unn
c. flow velooiltes tlo not change
with time>
d. flow is oehht:uleady no uniform
In a cylindrical moti(m about
V<-'l'licaJ n.tfs. ro and r: art tloc radial
distances of two points on Lhe horizontal
plane (rz r,). If for a given tangential
lluid velncity a to,. the pressure difl'eren"e
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r
a
c
e
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c
o
m
87.
88.
89.
90.
between the points in free vortex is one-
hulf of that when the is a forced
one, th<n what is value (If the ratio
(r
1
/ r
1
)'I
a. ./311
b . .J2
c. Jf1
d. J3
rhe relation a' I!)+ r<'l(l o for an
(;x_2 i'Jy::
1rrotational now is known as whioh one of
the following?
a. equation
b. Laplace equation
c. Reynolds L"''uUlion
d. Euler'5 equation
Which one of tl1e following stream
functions 'I' is a possible irrotatiorml 11ow
tield?

'JI =: J''!
b. 'If = Axy
c. 'I'= Asin (.-;r)
d. y1 =Ax+ By'
Match List I with List -II and select the
cMroct answer the code given llelow
the lists
List I l Conditlon)
A. Bxisiencc ot' stream funrtion
13. Existence of velocity potential
C. Absence uftemporal variations
D. Constant velocity vector
Ust- 11 (Regulating Pact)
l. lrrotutionalily of ilow
2. Continuity of now
3. Unifonn Oow
4. Steady now
Cades;
1\ B
a. 4 J
b. 2 I
c.
,,
d. 2 3
c
2
4
2

D
3
J
I
QJ.
92.
9J.
94.
II ol I I
A cylindrical nb,jec1 is rotated with
constant angular velocity about Its
symmetry axis in a uniform !low field of
an ideal nuid praduclng streamlines as
shown in the figure gh'en abow. At which
point(s). is the pressure on the cylinder
surlirce ma.'limum?
a. Only poi 111 3
b. Only at point 2
c. At pl>in!S I and 3
d. At points 2 and 4
Which one of the li:lllowing, statements is
for redprocatin_g air compres$or?
a. Its volumetric efl1cicncy increases with ,
increasing clearance ratio
b. hs volumetric el'li ciency increases 1vith
increasing press[lre ratio
c. Its volumetric efficiency dOC$ tll>l vary
with change in clearance rntio and
pressure rntio
tl. Its Volumetric efficiency deereascs
with increasing clearance ratio and '
pressure ratio, boU1
compression I'Ollg$ are made or
which one of the following?
a. Cast iron
h. Bron7.c
c. Aluminium
d. White mcml
Which one or the foll.owing
thermodynamic processes approximates
the steaming of food in a pressure cooker'!
8. lsenlhalpic
b. Isobaric
c. lsochol'ic
d. Isothermal
lor t\ conwntional S.l. engine, what is the.
value of fuel-air ratio in the nnnnal
operating range?
a" !1.056 - O.Cl83
b. 0.083-0.56
c. 0.0056 -0.83
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95.
)7.
98.
99.
d. 0.056 - 0.83
lh: Ce10ne number or uututnotiw diesel
fuel U!ll in lndiu is in which of the
follu" ing mnges'/
a 30-10
b. 4 1- 5(\
51- 60
d. 6 1- 7()
l'hc uelny f1Criod in Cl cngino <kpcnds
upon lvhich of the l'ollowing?
a Tcmpc.nl!urc and pressure in lhc
<ylindcr m1he time ufinjcctiou
b. Nature of the fud
c. Relative vclodt) between the fud
injection and 11ir turbulence of
residual gasos
d. All oflhe alwve
Mulch Li$1 - I with List -II and select the
answer the code glvcn below
the I isiS
List I (SI Engine Opemlionnl Modet
A. Idling.
B. Cruising
l '. PV\\CI'
0 . Cold slartiog
List-11 (AJF Ratio Supplie<l 1:>) tha
Carburetor)
I. J
2. IC)
J. 13
4. t6
5. 20
Codes:
a
h.
A
2
4
B
4
j
c
5
3
D
1
c. 2 ,, 3 l
d. 4 5 3 I
Whal is U1c main objective of
supercharging of ihe engine?
a. 'fo muss uf the engine per
bri>ke
b. To rcuuce ;;pace (lccunie<l hy engine
c. To i ncrease th puwer output of engine
d. All of ll1e abul'e
Which oucof01e following is correct'!
ut' II
The turbine of tho turb<.>-prop engine us
compared to that of the turbojet engine is
a.
b. smaller
c. bigger
d. unpr<'tlictrtble
1 ()(). Which one of lollowing au tom obi le
exhaust gus p<lllutnnrs is n maJor cause of
photochemical smog;'!
. co
b. FK
c, NU"
d. so,
1(11. Orsat apparatus. which
percentage of four uonstitneniS
of diy llue gas. is ammged lilf absorpt inn
of three gases 1md fourth content
obiJtiued by difl"erence.
I 02.
Mutch List- I with List -II ttnd sele<t tho
cotTect ans11er using 1he glwn
Ote list$:
List- I (Gnses)
A, Carbon dio,.,ide
B. Carbon monoxide
C. Oxygen
D. Nitrogen
List II (Snlutlun lor i\bsurpliort/Ry

L By difference
2. Causti.'Soda
3. Pyrogullic acid
-1. Cuprous chloride

A El
n. 2 I
b. 'I 3
c. 2 J
d.
I(
H H H H
c
.j
2
4
2
I I I I
H-c-c-c-c-R
I I I I
H H H H
D
3
I
I
3
Which of Ute following. is repre-sented
by the muleculnr strUCiurC or the pnntfl1 n
Jlunily or hydrocarbon fiJe( above.
for sn IC engine?
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c
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o.. Ethane
b. Propane
c. 13u!Jl rle
d. Hc::<oM
l(l:l. l , .. nium 2C'8 is represented ns 91l
What does it imply?
!1. II hos 92 protons and 146 neulrlm
h. II has 146 (li'Oions ncl 92 e lectrnns
c. II hrts 92 protons >nd 238 neutrons
d. lt hM 92 nculrouls ond 238
10-1. for a pure >Ubsltme.:. whol ari!
nurnban of the thcrmodynnmic dcgroo of
ITeednm for sanrraled vapmrr and
superbe ted vapour. respectivdfl
u, I and J
h. I and 2
c. 2 and 1
tl 2 ml 2
1()5. Oue of ice at O"C is melted
into water at 0C Jl I !>or pN:t<Sure. Titc
latent heal of fusion of water is 333 kJII.:g
and the densities of water and a1 oc
nre 9990 kgnt
3
and 9JGO
respcctrvoly. Whot are tho approxlmatu
values of lhe work done and energy
trnusfet1'ed s heat fur th" process.
I'CSpcctivdy?
a. - 94 J and 333.0 kJ
h. 94 .f 333.0 k.f
c. 333.0 kJ and 94 .f
cl. Nunc of the .1bcwe
106. Vclooit}' for llov tb.rou[llt pipe. measutoed
at tlte centro 18 found to be 2 mls.
Reynolds number is around 800. Whnl is
the overage velocity ill Urc pipe 9
a. 2 mls
I> 17m/ s
0., ] lnrS
d. 05 rn!s
107. Match List l willt Listll and select U"'
corrt."'.!t the code _given heiO\:v
thc
(!\leasuring lnslfllment)
/1. I lot-wire anemometer
B. Pitotlubc
C. V-notcb weir
D, Tachometer
List-fl (Vnriab1e to be rnesured)
I. D iscbnrgo
2. Rotational speed
.3. VeJoeity llllcrunli<ms
4. Smgmtion pres<:ure
Codes:
A B
('
D
a. <I 3 2 1
b. 3 4 2 I
c.
4 3 l 2
d. .3 4 I 2
13 or 14
108. An orilico meter, hoYmg an orifice of
diameter d is fit1ed in pipe of' diamete1 D.
For this OI'Ur<:e what is Ut<>
coeffiui<11l of disclc!rge Cil
a. A functitln ofR<jynolds numb.,. only
b. .-\ 1>1' diD on I)'
c. A funclion of diD and Reynolds
number:
d. Jnde,,eodenr ,,r drn and Reynvtds
number
109. The veloorty of n walcr sutam is bein{!
ltlc:!ISUtcd hy. L-hapcd PilOt-tube and the"
rooding is 20 em. Then. whnl is the
approximnle value of velocity'/
3. 196 IJl iS
b. 20 ml'
c. 98 m/s
d. 20 c:mlli
ll(l Whic:lc ''""of tbe l'ollnwing CC)ntlitioo1s will
linctarize lbc Nnvlc:r - Stok<:s equations to
make tor nnalytlcnl golution?
a. Low Reynolds numb .. ..,. (Ro I}
b. Hi&h Reynold.< oumbcr (Rc n I)
c. Low numbcr <M < I 1
d. High Ma<!h number IM .,,. 1}
II L n,e heod loss in turbulent tlow m ptpe
varies-
a. Direct!) as lhn clocity
b. lnvet>cly as the sqtwro of the veloci.ty
c. luvt:!llbl) s lbe oflhe dimot
d. Approxlm>lely as the squar'C or Ute
velocity
112. ;\ model, wiUt 1 : 100, has
wove re.islnnco of 10 N ut illj design
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speed. Whot the
re.;sbni.le in kN?
. ll)(l
b. 1000
<l, 10000
d. Canuo! hcellus;, of
insufficient data
I B. In> fluid machine, the 'cltvtmii>Arnmcltrs
nre volume llow rotc. densilJ, vis:co&ity,
l>olk modulu, pressure di11\:rence, power
oon$1UJUption-$ mltttional !>peed .:tnd
chnraotel'iiltic diJn<:!tllliou. Uiug U>o
Buckingh>lll pi (lll Lhoonnu. what would
be the number of indepe.ndent non
dim ens ion a I groups'/
n. ;.
b. 4
" 5
d, oJ' Uto bovc
ll4. Across a noomal shod; wa\'e in a
converging-div\:rging noulc for
I low. which of the following relations ore
valid'/
n, C<mtinuity and energy e<llllltioru;,
t:quillioo of state. isentropic relotioo
I> Energy <md momentum equntfon.
"'fllllti<>n Of is<mtrOt>iC relation
c. ('onsjnuity, energy and momentum
equations. of sl1te
d. F.q1111ti<lo of stah:, rclnti<m,
momentum oqlllllion. ma-M
oorullf\lution principle
115. Which """ of following stntttnbnts 1
CoiTcc.t about lha Fnnno flowj!
o. For an initinUy ubson.ic flow. Uoc
effecl o-r friction i.s to lhe
Mach number unity
b. ror 30 initi<illy uperslmio flow, lhc
etli;ct of frietiun is to lho
Moclt nu.nhc:r unit)'
c;. Al tloe point or mal(iiiiUlh entropy. u.e
lvf.aub number is unity
,t, Stagnation o]Wa)OI inen;aoc;
along the Funno Uno>
116. n,c poWl:l' absorbed by a hydrntine pump
i dircctlr propnt'1.ion11l to which one 111' the<
following?
(Where N is Lh<t rotational speed of the
pump)
P nt 14
a. N
b.
c. N'
d. N'
117 '01e vanes of centrifugal pun>p are
gcncrnlly
a. Radial
b. Cmved hncl;ward
c. c u.ved fomnru
d. Twisted
118. Titc use of dtafi luoo in a t'<inction type
water turbine helps to
119
120.
u. Prevent air L.mn ontcdng
b. llocr-e the ouw r.te
<:. Convert the kinetic em:rgy to pres.;ure
energy
d. Elimioale eddies in the dlmnStrcam
Consider the following statements c
I. The phennmen<)n of lift prNiuce<l hy
impqsing circulation nvc:r " duubl.:t in
uniJ'orm 0011 is known Oll
ellecL
2. The pat.hde\ iation of 4 "rid,ct b;U
frum it originnl trajectory due. to tile.
Magnu ofl'ecl.
Which of the staten1C1Jl< given nhov<> islarc'
c()nect'!
a. I only
h. 2 only
c. Bolb I nud 2
d, Neither l nor 2
Tite speed (Ns) of 3 wale turbb1e
is cxprcssed by which one of the foUow ing
equntions'!
N{!f
ac N = N" '
b V - N{!f
. i - ff'"
- ,.;.jq
- rr"'
c. N
d. N
N._&
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