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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361]-102 F. E. (Semester - I I) Examination 2013 Engineering Physics (2012 Pattern) [Time : 2 Hours] [Max.

Marks:50]

Instructions : 1) Answer all the questions. 2) Black figures to the right indicate full marks. 3) Neat Diagram must be drawn wherever necesary. 4) Electronic Pocket calculator is allowed. 5) Assume suitable data, if necessary. Constants : h = 6.63x10-34J-s me = 9.31x10-31kg. e = 1.6x10-19C c = 3x108m/s Q.1 a) Explain the formation Newtons ring with diagram and drive [06] the diameter of bright ring. b) Discuss the use of ultrasonics for flaw Detection [03] 3 c) A auditorium of volume 5500m is found to have reverberation [03] time 2.5 secs. The sound absorbing surface of the auditorium has an area of 750m2. Calculate the average absorption coefficient of the auditorium. OR Q.2 a) Define magnetostriction effect. Explain how magnetostriction oscillator is used to produce ultrasonic waves with the help of neat circuit diagram. b) Explain with diagram how interference Principle is used to design anti reflection caoting. c) Monochromatic light from He-Ne laser source (=6328A0) is incident normally on a diffraction grating having 6000lines/cm. Find the angle at which one would observe second order maximum. Q.3a) Define Double refraction. Explain Huygens Theory of Double refracting crystal with diagram. b) Define Fermi level. Plot the variation of Fermi level with the increase of temperature for n-type and p-type semiconductor. [06 ]

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c) Calculate the conductivity of Ge sample if the donor impurity is added to an extent of one part in 108 Ge atoms at room temperature. (Data Given : Na=6.023x1023 atoms/gm-mole. At. Wt. of Ge=72.6 Density of Ge=5.32gm/cc. ,=3800 cm2/v-s.) OR Q.4a) Define Hall effect. Derive the expression of Hall coefficient, Hall Voltage and discuss their applications. b) Explain the process of recording Hologram with the help of LASER. c) At what angle of incidence should a beam of sodium light be directed upon the surface of diamond crystal to produce complete polarized light (Data Given: Critical angle for diamond=24.50). Q.5a) Derive Schroedinger time independent wave equation. b) Define phase velocity, Group velocity and Derive their expressions. c) Calculate the De-Broglie wavelength associated with 1 Mev proton(mp=1.67x10-27 kg). OR Q.6a) Explain Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and prove this principle using single slit Diffraction experiment. b) Calculate the energy and momentum of an electron confined in a rigid box of width 2A0 for lowest energy state. c) Does the matter waves are electromagnetic waves? Explain. Q.7 a) Explain the synthesis of nanoparticles through colloidal route with diagram . b) Differentiate between Type-I and Type II Superconductor with diagram c) Explain two applications of Superconductivity. OR Q.8 a) Explain Meissner effect and Critical magnetic field for superconductivity. b) Explain the optical and electrical properties of nanoparticles. c) Explain the applications of nanoparticles in medical and electronic industry.

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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361]-103 F. E. Examination - 2013 ENGINEERING !E"ISTRY #2012 Patt$%n& [Tim$ ' 2 !o(%)] Instructions : (1) (2) (3) (!) Answer Q1 or Q2, Q3 or Q4, Q5 or Q6 , Q7 or Q8 . Black figures to the right indicate full marks. Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessar . "se of logarithmic tables, slide rule, #ollier charts, electronics $ocket calculator is allowed. (%) Assume suitable data, if necessar . ["ax. "a%*) ' +0]

Q1 a) Explain boiler corrosion and caustic embrittlement as ill effects of using hard water in boilers. State their causes and preventive measures. b) hich are possible transitions! that occur when molecule absorbs uv" visible ii) &'# " &'( * +'

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radiation$

hich t%pe of electronic transitions will be possible in following molecules.

i) &'()&'"&'("&'# + , ii) &'# " & "&'#

iv) &'# " &'( " &'( " &'( " &'# [#]

c) State the reference electrode and standard electrode used in p' meter%! potentiometr% and conductometr%. OR Q( a) -. ml std. hard water containing 1.( gm &a&+# per lit. re/uired 1- ml E012 solution for the end point. soln. and -. ml boiled sample water re/uired 11ml of E012 soln. for the end point. &alculate! total! temporar% and permanent hardness of sample water in ppm.

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hereas -. ml sample water re/uired 13ml of E012

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hat are the drawbac4s of traditional s%nthesis of 5ndigo d%e$

hich is the

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starting substance in its green route s%nthesis$ s%nthesis over traditional$

hat are the advantages of green route [#] [#] [6]

c) i) Explain effect of dilution on specific conductance and e/uivalent conductance. ii) Explain the titration curve for conductometric titration in case of strong acid "wea4 base titration. Q# a) 0efine vulcani6ation. Explain vulcani6ation of natural rubber along with properties. b) 2 gas used in internal combustion engine contain! '()7-89 &'7 ) #-89 per m# gas for its complete combustion. c) 0efine " =ross>higher calorific valve and ?ustif% the relationship between =&@ and :&@ of the fuel! if fuel contains ' 8 h%drogen. OR Q7 a) Explain free"radical reaction mechanism for addition pol%meri6ation w.r.t monomer as vin%l chloride and initiator as acet%l peroxide. b) hat are intrinsic and extrinsic pol%mers$ Explain with their examples

&hemical reaction involved. &ompare natural rubber with vulcani6ed rubber w.r.t. their [#]

&+)1-8 and :( ) -8 b% volume. ;ind the minimum /uantit% <volume) of air re/uired [#]

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c) Explain 4noc4ing in petrol engine. 0efine octane number and explain effect of chemical structure of h%drocarbons present in petrol on 4noc4ing. Q- a) Explain chemical storage of h%drogen in the form of metal h%drides. 'ow sodium alanates can be used in h%drogen storage. b) Explain preparation and structure of activated carbon and carbon blac4. c) hat are carbon nanotubes. Explain their t%pes in detail.
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OR Q6 a) Explain production of h%drogen b% water splitting using solar energ%. b) Explain how saline h%drides are formed. =ive preparation and application of an% one saline h%dride. c) Explain the structure and applications of graphene. QA a) Explain various factors affecting corrosion on the basis of nature of metal b) 0escribe 2nodic protection of metal for corrosion control. c) &ompareB =alvani6ing and 1inning OR QC a) hat is Dowder coating$ Explain an% one method. [7] [7] [-] b) Explain corrosion control using proper designing and material selection method. c) 0efine oxidation corrosion. Explain general mechanism of oxidation corrosion. &ompare oxidation corrosion which occurs in :a metal &u metal and Eol%bdenum <Eo) metal. [-] [7] [7] [-] [7] [7]

UNIVERSITY OF PUNE

[4361]-104
F. E. Examination - 2013
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINNRING (2012 Course) Total No. Of Questions : 8 [Total No. Of Printed Pages: 3] [Time: 2 Hours] [Max. Marks: 50] Instructions: (1) Attempt Q. No. 1 or 2, Q. No.3 or 4, Q, No. 5 or 6, Q. 7 or 8. (2) Figure to the right indicate full marks. (3) Black figures to the right indicate full marks. (4) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary. (5) Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Q. 1. A) What is the insulation resistance? Derive an expression for the Insulation resistance of a single core cable.

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B) Derive an expression for energy stored per unit volume in the magnetic (6) field. OR Q. 2.A) An iron ring has a mean circumference of 180 cm. It carries a current Of 1.5 Amp and has 600 turns of coil wound over it. The relative Permeability of the iron is 1200. Calculate 1) MMF 2) Field strength and 3) flux density. B) A piece of silver wire has a resistance of 3. What will be the resistance of a manganin wire one-third the length and one- third the diameter that of silver? The resistivity of manganin is 30 times that of silver. (6) (6)

Q.3. A) Derive an expression of R.M.S. value of an sinnsoidally varying Current. B) Derive an expression of EMF induced in a single phase transformer OR

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Q. 4. A) An 80KVA, 3200/400v, 50Hz, single phase transformer has III turns (6) On the secondary calculate 1) No of turns on primary 2) secondary full load current 3) c/s area of the core if the maximum flux density is 1.2 tesla. B) A 50F capacitor is connected across a single phase 230v, 50Hz Supply. Calculate 1) the reactance offered by the capacitor 2) the Maximum current and 3) the rms value of the current drawn by the Capacitor Q. 5. A) the voltage and current, in simple series circuit are given by = 150 30 = 2 15If the supply frequency is 50Hz, determine, impedance, resistance, reactance and power consumed by the circuit. B) Derive the relation of line & phase values of voltage and current for three phase delta connected balanced load, with phasor . OR Q. 6. A) sketch and explain the phasor diagrams of R-L-C series CKT. When 1) XL XC and 2) XL XC (7) (6) (7) (6) (6)

B) Two circuits, the impedance of which are given by Z1=(10+j15) and Z2=(6-j8) are connected in parallel across on A.C. supply. If the total

Current supplied is 15 Amp, what are the branch current drawn by two circuits. Q. 7. A) State and explain kirchhoffs laws. B) Apply thevenins theorem to calculate current drawn by 8 ohm Resistance for the circuit shown in fig.1 (5) (8)

Figure 1 Q.7. B) and Q. 8. A) OR Q. 8. A) Calculate current flowing in 8 ohm resistance for the circuit shown in (8) Fig.1 applying superposition theorem. B) Derive formulae to convert DELTA connected network into its STAR connected equivalent network. (5)

UNIVERSITY OF PUNE

[4361]-105
F. E. Examination 2013
BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (2012 Pattern) [Time : 2 Hours] [Max. Marks : 50] Total No. of Questions : 08 [Total No. of Printed Pages :3] Instructions : (1) Black figures to the right indicate full marks. (2) Use of logarithmic tables, slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed. (3) Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Q1) A) Sketch and w. r .t time for the network shown in fig. A. Assume both the diodes are silicon type with = 0.7 V

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B) For a BJT as a switch why CB and cc configurations are not preferred. C) Explain how and affect the performance of the BJT voltage amplifier.
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OR Q2) A) Explain with V-I characteristics the working of zener diode as voltage regulator. B) In the voltage amplifier shown in Fig B, =100mV = 50 i) Calculate input voltage if the input resistance is 600 ii) What should be the value of to get = 75 mV

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Q3) A) In fig. C if = +2V = +4V = = 1 = 1 and = 3 determine the voltage 1 at non-inverting terminal of OP-AMP and output voltage

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B) Draw the block diagram of full adder using two half adder, explain its working with proper expression for sum and carry C) Explain how EX-OR gate can be used as an invertor. OR Q4) A) With neat waveform explain IC555 in astable mode. B) Implement the following logic expression with minimum number of NAND gate. i) 1 = B ( + D) ii) 2 = AB + CD+ B Q5) A) Explain in detail, the selection criteria for transducer. B) Explain in detail i) construction of TRIAC ii) characteristics of TRIAC iii) modes of operation OR Q6) A) Explain with block diagram an electronic weighing machine. B) Explain the construction of DIAC w.r.t i) Characteristics ii) Application Q7) A) What is the importance of modulation index. Draw the AM waveform for i) Liner modulation ii) Over modulation iii) Modulation index = 0 B) Explain the basic structure of mobile phone system. OR Q8) A) With respect to FM explain i) Frequency deviation ii) Modulation index iii) Deviation ratio iv) Frequency spectrum of FM B) Write a note on co-axial cable and optical fibre cable.

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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361]-106 F. E. (COMMON) Examination 2013 BASIC CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (2012 Course) [Total No. of Questions:8] [Total No. of Printed pages :3] [Time : 2 Hours] [Max. Marks : 50] Instructions : (1) Answer Q1 or Q2, Q3 or Q4, Q5 or Q6, Q7 or Q8 (2) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary. (3) Figures to right indicate full marks. (4) Assume suitable data, if necessary. (5) Use of logarithmic tables, slide rule, Molllier charts, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed. Q.1 a) State the general role of civil engineer in construction of a bungalow b)Define foundation. Draw a neat labeled sketches of any two types of foundations c) State any two practical applications of the following: 1) Irrigation engineering 2) Town planning OR Q.2 a) State comparison between plain cement concrete and reinforced cement [5] b) Define steel. State various types / grades of steel and their uses in. c) State any four practical applications of quantity surveying Q.3 a) Define the following terms used in leveling: 1. Bench mark 2. Line of collimation 3. Change point 4. Axis of telescope b) Write a short note on sustainable development c) Explain in detail the procedure of leveling of dumpy level OR [4] [4] . [5] [2] [4] [2] [5] 5]

Q4. a) State the various methods of collection of solid waste and explain [4] any one in brief. b) The following staff readings were taken with a dumpy level and 4m [8] leveling staff. The first reading was taken on BM of RL 105.535 m. The instrument was shifted after 3rd and 5th reading . Calculate the elevations of all the stations by collimation plane method. Apply usual arithmetic check and show all the calculations. The readings are 0.750, 1.780, 2.935, 0.425, 3.685, 0.680, 2.975 Q.5 a) Explain in brief the following principles of building planning. Also [4] draw a neat sketch 1.Circulation 2.Grouping b) Explain in brief the necessity of building bye-laws in building construction.[4] c) For a rectangular plot of size 25 m x 35m, permissible FSI is 1.0 and a [5] building with G+1 storeys is to be constructed by consuming full FSI. Front margin is 3m, rear and side margins to be left is 2.5 m each. Determine the built up area of each floor. Assume width of the plot is parallel to the road OR Q.6 a) Explain in brief the concept of green building [4] b) Explain with a neat sketch, privacy as the principle of building planning [4] c) A plot owner proposed G+1 construction with 100sq. area on each floor. [5] The plot size is 16m x20m. Find the ground coverage and FSI proposed if all side margins are 2m each. If the FSI allowed in the area is 1.0 state with reason whether the plan will be sanctioned or not Q.7 a) State any four merits and demerits of conventional energy sources [5] b)Write short note on water pollution [4] c) Enlist any four non-conventional energy sources and explain any one in brief [4] OR Q.8 a) As a responsible member of the society, what measures will you adopt [4] to reduce the pollution caused by an automobiles b) State comparison between renewable and non-renewable energy sources [4] c) Write a short note on green house effect [5]

Phase III UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361]-107 F. E. Examina i!n - "013 EN#INEERIN# #R$P%I&S-I '"01" Pa e(n) [T! a* N!. !+ ,-es i!ns.] [T! a* N!. !+ P(in e/ Pa0es .4] [Time . " %!-(s] [1ax. 1a(2s . 30] (1) Use only half imperial size drawing sheet as answer book. (2) Retain all construction lines. (3) ssume suitable data! if necessary.

Q1 The point A of 65 mm long AB in HP and 15 mm in front of VP. The line [12] is inclined to HP and VP at !" and #5" respecti$el%. &ra' the pro(ections of line AB and locate its traces. OR Q2 An e)*ilateral triangle of 6! mm side is resting in VP on one of its side. [12]

Then its s*rface is inclined to VP at an angle of !". &ra' the pro(ections of plane+ if the resting side is inclined to HP at an angle of #!". ,ind the inclination made -% plane 'ith HP. Q# A s)*are prism of -ase side ! mm and a.is height 6! mm is resting in HP an one of its -ase corner. Then+ it is tilted so that -ase s*rface is inclined to HP at an angle of #!". &ra' the pro(ections+ if the top $ie' of the a.is ma/es #!" 'ith VP. [1#]

OR Q a0 &ra' a c%cloid of rolling circle of diameter ! mm. [1]

-0 &ra' the de$elopment of lateral s*rface of pentagonal p%ramid of -ase [6] side #!mm and a.is height 6! mm. Q5 ,ig*re 1 sho's a pictorial $ie' of an o-(ect. B% *sing first angle method [1#] of pro(ections+ dra'2 i. ii. iii. i$. 3ectional front $ie'+ along gi$en section A4A 5ight hand side $ie' Top $ie' &imensions [ ] [ ] [ ] [1]

OR Q6 ,ig*re 2 sho's a pictorial $ie' of an o-(ect. B% *sing first angle method [1#] of pro(ections+ dra'6 i. 3ectional front $ie'+ along sectional plane A4A [ ]

ii. iii. i$.

5ight hand side $ie' Top $ie' &imensions

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Q1 ,ig*re # sho's front $ie' and end $ie' of a -rac/et. &ra' isometric $ie' and sho' o$erall dimensions.

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sho's front $ie' and end $ie' of an o-(ect. &ra' isometric

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Total No. of Questions: 8 University of Pune F. E. (Semester I) Phase IV Examination ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I [4361]-107 (2012 Pattern)

Total No. of Pages: 2

Time: 2 Hrs.] Instructions: 1. Use only half imperial size drawing sheet as answer book. 2. Solve Q.1 or Q.2, Q.3 or Q.4, Q.5 or Q.6 & Q.7or Q.8 3. Retain all construction lines. 4. Assume suitable data if necessary

[Max. Marks: 50

Q.1

The point A of 80 mm long line AB is 20 mm above HP and 60 mm in front of VP. The end point B is 15 mm in front of VP, while its plan measures 65 mm. Draw the projections of a line, and find the inclinations made by the line with HP and VP. Also, locate the traces of line. OR

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The point P of a line PQ is 25 mm above HP while its end point Q is 15 mm in front of VP. Its plan and elevation makes 40 and 35 with XY respectively. Draw the projections; if the projector distance between the end points of line PQ is 60 mm. Find the inclinations made by the line with HP and VP. Also, locate the traces of line.

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An isosceles triangular plate with base 60 mm and altitude 80 mm has its base in HP and inclined at 45 to VP. Its surface is inclined to HP so that its top view is an equilateral triangle. Draw its projections. Find the inclination made by the plate with HP and VP. OR

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A pentagonal plate of side 40 mm is held on VP on one of its corner and the edge opposite to that corner makes an angle of 25 with the HP. The surface of pentagonal plate is inclined at 40 to VP. Draw the projections and find the inclination made by the plate with HP.

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Draw a parabola by focus-directrix method, if the distance of focus from the directrix is 70 mm.

Draw a helix of one revolution to a cylinder of base diameter 60 mm and axis height 100 mm. OR

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Draw an ellipse, having major and minor axes 120 mm and 70 mm respectively by rectangle method.

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Draw an involute of a circle, with diameter 40 mm for one convolution. A tetrahedron of 70 mm long edges has one edge on the HP and inclined at 45 to VP. Draw the projections, if its apex is 45 mm above HP. OR

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A cylinder of base diameter 60 mm and axis height 80 mm is resting in HP on one of its base circumference point. Draw the projections if its axis is inclined to HP at 30 and VP at 35.

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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361-108] F.E. Examination 2013 En in!!"in #at$!mati%& -II '2012 (att!"n) Tim!-T*o $o+"& #axim+m #a",&--0 [Tota. No. o/ 0+!&tion18] [Tota. no. o/ ("int!2 (a !&1 3] In&t"+%tion&3 (1)Attempt 4 questions :Q.1 or Q.2,Q.3 or Q.4,Q.5 or Q.6,Q.7 or Q.8. (2)Neat diagrams must e dra!n !"eree#er ne$essar%. (3)&igures to t"e rig"t indi$ate 'u(( mar)s. (4)*se o' e(e$troni$ non+programma (e $a($u(ator is a((o!ed. (5)Assume suita (e data !"ene#er ne$essar%.

SE4TION-I Q.1 (a),o(#e t"e 'o((o!ing di''erentia( equations. (i) ( x 4 e x 2m-% 2) dx + 2m- 2 y dy =. (ii) (8)

y y y y tan sec 2 dx sec 2 dy =. x x x x

( )A $onstant e(e$tromoti#e 'or$e / #o(ts is app(ied to a $ir$uit $ontaining a $onstant resistan$e 0 o"ms in series and a $onstant indu$tan$e 1 "enries. 2' t"e initia( $urrent is 3ero, s"o! t"at t"e $urrent ui(ds up to "a(' its t"eoreti$a( ma-imum in
L (og 2 se$onds. R

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2- 2 2-% [ (og x y 2 2 ] dx 2 dy =. . 2 x y x y
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a (1)A parti$(e is mo#ing in a straig"t (ine !it" an a$$e(eration k x + 3 x

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to!ards origin. 2' it starts 'rom rest at a distan$e 5a5 'rom t"e origin, pro#e t"at it !i(( arri#e at origin at t"e end o' time 4 k . (2)A pipe 1.$m in diameter $ontains steam at 1... C . 2t is $o#ered !it" as estos,5$m t"i$),'or !"i$" )6.....6 and t"e outside sur'a$e is at 3.. C .&ind t"e amount o' "eat (ost per "our 'rom a meter (ong pipe. Q.3 (a)/-press f ( x )= 2 x 2 , x as a 'ourier series, !"ere f x = f x 2 . ( )/#a(uate (5) . (3) (4)
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1 x 24 dx

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x = (og ( sec + tan )sin ,

y =$os

'rom =. to =t is (og(se$ t).

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( )/#a(uate: ($)/#a(uate Q.5

x sin5 x $os2 x dx
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x 1 dx . logx

(a)&ind t"e equation o' t"e sp"ere, "a#ing its $enter on t"e p(ane 4- 8 5% 8 3 6 3 and passing t"roug" t"e $ir$(e. x 2+ y 2+ z 2 2- 3%+ 43 +8=. , x 2%+ z = 8 . ( )&ind t"e equation o' a rig"t $ir$u(ar $one, "a#ing #erte- at t"e point (.,.,3)and passing t"roug" t"e $ir$(e x 2 y 2=16 ,36.. (4) (5)

($) &ind t"e equation o' a rig"t $ir$u(ar $%(inder o' radius 2,!"ose a-is passes t"roug" t"e point (1,1,+2) and "as dire$tion $osines proportiona( to 2,1,2. 40 Q.6 (a) &ind t"e equation o' t"e sp"ere !"i$" is tangentia( to t"e p(ane 4- 8 3% 9 63 8 35 6 . at (2,+1,4) and passing t"roug" t"e point (2,+1,+2). ( ) &ind t"e equation o' a rig"t $ir$u(ar $one !it" #erte- at origin,t"e (ine - 6 % 6 23 as t"e a-is and semi+#erti$a( ang(e 3.. . ($) Q.7 &ind t"e equation o' a rig"t $ir$u(ar $%(inder !"ose a-is is 2(-+1) 6 %92 6 3 and radius is 4. ,o(#e an% t!o:
a y

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(a)/#a(uate ( )/#a(uate
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ydxdy ( a x ) ax y 2

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x 2+ y 2 dx dy dz

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en$(osed % t"e $ur#e r =a 1 $os . 40 Q.8 ,o(#e an% t!o: (a)&ind % dou (e integration t"e area et!een t"e $ur#e as%mptote. ( )&ind t"e #o(ume o' t"e $%(inder para o(oid x 2 y 2=2a3 and -o% + p(ane. ($)&ind t"e $entre o' gra#it% (<.=.)o' one (oop o' t"e $ur#e r =a sin 2 .
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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361]-111 F. E.(Common)Examination - !13 EN"INEERIN" #EC$%NICS ( !1 Patt&'n) [Tota( No. o) *+&,tion,-6] [Tota( No. o) P'int&. Pa/&, -6] [Tim& $o+',] [#ax. #a'0, - 1!]

(1) Answer Q1 or Q2, Q3 or Q4, Q5 or Q6 . (2) Answers to the two sections should be written in separate answer-books. (3)Black figures to the right indicate full marks. (4)Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessar . (!) "se of# electronics $ocket calculator is allowed. (%)Assume suitable data# if necessar . (&)"se of cell $hone is $rohibited in the e'amination hall. Q1 a) The resultant of two forces P and Q is 1200 N vertical. Determine the force Q and the corres ondin! an!le for the s"stem [4]

of forces as shown in Fi/. 1a. #) The 4.$ %10& '! tan'er is ulled with constant acceleration of 0.001 [4] 2 m(s usin! ca#le that ma'es an an!le of 1$) with the hori*ontal as shown in Fi/. 1 2. Determine the force in the ca#le usin! Newton+s second law of motion.

c) Durin! a race the dirt #i'e was o#served to lea u off the small hill at [4] , at an an!le of &0) with the hori*ontal as shown in Fi/. 13. -f the oint of landin! is & m awa". determine the a ro%imate s eed at which the #i'e was travellin! /ust #efore it left the !round. d) , woman havin! a mass of 00 '! stands in an elevator which has a [4] 2 downward acceleration of 4 m(s startin! from rest. Determine the wor' done #" her wei!ht and the normal force which the floor e%erts on her when the elevator descends & m.

OR Q2 a) Determine the " coordinate of centroid of the shaded area as shown [4] in Fi/. a. #) , !irl havin! mass of 2$'! sits at the ed!e of the merr" !o1round so [4] her centre of mass 2 is at a distance of 1.$ m from the centre of rotation

as shown in Fi/. 2. Ne!lectin! tan!ential com onent of acceleration. determine the ma%imum s eed which she can have #efore she #e!ins to sli off the merr" !o1round. The coefficient of static friction is 3 0.4. 5se Newton+s second law of motion. c) , #ase#all is thrown downward from a 1$ m tower with an initial [4] s eed of $ m(s. determine the s eed at which it hits the !round and the time of travel. d) , #all has a mass of 40 '! and is thrown u ward with a s eed of 1$ [4] m(s. Determine the time to attain ma%imum hei!ht usin! im ulse momentum rinci le. ,lso find the ma%imum hei!ht.

Q4 a) The motor at 6 winds u the cord attached to the &$ N crate with a constant s eed as shown in Fi/. 3a. Determine the force in cord 7D su #) The #oom su ortin! the ulle" and the an!le orts the two vertical loads for e8uili#rium. 3 4$0 Ne!lect the si*e of ulle" at 7. 3 900 N and

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N as shown in Fi/. 32. determine the tension in ca#le 67 and com onent of reaction at ,.

c) , concrete foundation mat in the sha e of re!ular he%a!on with 4 m side su ort column loads as shown in Fi/. 33. Determine the ma!nitude of the additional loads and that must #e a lied at

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6 and : if resultant of all si% loads is to ass throu!h the centre of the mat.

OR Q4 a) The ro e 67 will fail when the tension #ecomes $0 'N as shown [&] -n Fi/. 4a. Determine the !reatest load P that can #e a lied to the #eam ,t 6 and reaction at , for e8uili#rium. #) The three ca#les are used to su ort the 900 N lam as shown in Fi/. [&] 42. Determine the force develo ed in each ca#le for e8uili#rium. c) ;tate and e% lain active forces. reactive forces and free #od" dia!ram [$]

with suita#le e%am le.

Q$ a) Determine the ma!nitude and nature of forces in the mem#ers 67. <7 [&] ,nd <2 of the truss loaded and su orted as shown in Fi/. 1a. #) The 1$ m ladder has a uniform wei!ht of 90 N and rest a!ainst the [&] smooth wall at 6 as shown in Fi/. 12. -f the coefficient of static friction 3 0.4. determine if the ladder will sli = c) Define an!le of re ose. an!le of friction. coefficient of friction and cone of friction with s'etches. [$]

OR Q& a) Determine the forces in each mem#er of the truss and state if the mem#ers are in tension or com ression. >efer Fi/. 6a. #) Two loads are sus ended as shown in Fi/. 6 2 from ca#le ,67D. 'nowin! that 3 0.0$ m and 3 1.12$ m. determine the com onent of reaction at , ma%imum tension in the ca#le. [&] [&]

c) , 400 N #loc' is restin! on a rou!h hori*ontal surface as shown in [$] Fi/. 63 for which the coefficient of friction is 0.4. Determine the force P re8uired to cause motion if a lied to the #loc' hori*ontall". ?hat minimum force is re8uired to start motion=

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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE [4361]-114 F. E. (Mechanical Engineering) Examination-2013 BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (2012 Pattern) [Time: 2 Hours] [Max. Marks: 50] [Total No. Of Questions : 08] [Total No. Of Printed Pages: 2] Instructions: (1) Assume suitable data, if necessary. (2) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary. (3) Use of Calculator is permitted.

Q1) A) Explain with neat sketch flange coupling. B) Explain the factors affecting the selection of material. OR Q2) A) Differentiate between flat belt drive and V belt drive. B) Write a note on four bar mechanism. Q3) A) Explain with sketches the different stages involved in manufacturing of sand casting. B) With neat sketches explain surface grinding and cylindrical grinding operations. OR Q4) A) Explain with neat sketch the major parts of a center lathe machine. B) Draw self explanatory sketches of various operations performed in sheet metal working.

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Q5) A) Define thermodynamic system. Explain its types with examples. [04] B) Explain second law of thermodynamics for heat engine. [04] C) A heat engine operates between source and sink temperatures of 2350 C and 300 C respectively. If heat engine receives 35KW from the source, find the net work done by the engine, the heat rejected to the sink by the engine and the efficiency of engine. Draw the
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sketch of system. OR

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Q6) A) State various statements and limitations of first law of [04] thermodynamics. B) Define: Heat source, Heat sink, Thermal efficiency and [04] Coefficient of performance. C) A U tube manometer is used to measure the pressure of a gas in the [05] pipe. The level of liquid in the manometer arm open to the atmosphere is 170 mm lower than the level of the liquid connected to the gas pipe. The liquid in the manometer has specific gravity of 0.8. Find the absolute pressure of the gas if barometer reads 76 cm of mercury. Take the density of mercury as 13600 Kg/3 . Draw the sketch of system. Q7) A) Differentiate between fire tube boiler and water tube boiler. B) With neat sketches explain principle of working of four stroke petrol engine. OR Q8) A) Write a note on hydro-electric power plant. B) With neat sketch explain window air conditioner. [06] [06]

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