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Mechanical Engg.

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Ans.

Q.2

Ans.

Q.3

Ans.

Q.4

Ans.

Q.5

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(a) USM

(b) ECM

(c) AJM

(d) LBM

(d)

Method

USM

ECM

AJM

LBM

Mechanics of Removal

Brittle fracture

Electrolysis

Mechanical action

Melting, vaporization i.e., thermal

(a) high fluidity

(b) high melting point temperature

(c) wide range of solidification temperature

(d) low coefficient of thermal expansion

(c)

Due to residual stress, for wide range of solidification temperature hot tears

develop in the casting.

(a) all the nodes with cycle/loop allowed

(b) all the nodes with cycle/loop not allowed

(c) shortest path between start and end nodes

(d) All the nodes with directed

(b)

(a) M < R < P < S

(b) M > S < P < S

(c) Q < M < F < P

(d) P = A < R < M

(d)

rupee has

(a) depressed

(b) depreciated

(c) appreciated

(d) stabilized

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Ans.

Q.6

Ans.

Q.7

Ans.

(b)

Indian rupee has depreciated.

Advice is

(a) verb

(c) adjective

(b)

Advice is noun mean suggestion.

Advice is verb mean to give advice.

(a) 15Q

(b) 17Q

(c) 15P

(d) 17P

(b)

A

7

G

11

K

13

M

17

Q

Q.8

(b) noun

(d) both verb and noun

A man can row at 8 km/hr in still water. If it takes him thrice as long to

row upstream as compared to row downstream velocity of flow in km/hr is

Solution:

Let the velocity of man in still water and velocity of flow is V1 and V2

respectively.

Given,

V1 = 8 km/hr

Time taken by the man when it rows along the flow direction

x

x

t = V +V = 8+V

1

2

2

...(i)

x

3t = 8 V

2

...(ii)

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Q.9

(8 V2 )

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(8 + V2 )

8 + V2 = 24 3V2

V2 = 4 km/hr

Consider objective function Z(x1, x2) = 3x1 + 9x2, with the constrains

x1 + x2 8

x1 + 2x2 4

x1 0, x2 0

Then maximum value of objective function is ______

Solution:

x2

x2 8

8

6

x 1 + x2 8

4

2

x1 0

x1 + 2x2 4

2

x1

(Z)4, 0 = 3 4 + 9 0 = 12

(Z)0, 2 = 3 0 + 9 2 = 18

(Z)max = 18

Q.10

The damping ratio of single DOF spring mass damping system, with mass

of 1 kg, stiffness = 100 N/m and viscous damping coefficient of 25 Ns/m is

Solution:

Damping ratio,

=

=

C

C

=

Cc 2 km

25

2 1 100

= 1.25

25

20

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One side of wall is maintained at 127C and other at 27C. The entropy

generation (in W/K) is

Solution:

Q

400K

(S2 S1) =

0=

300K

2 dQ

+ ( S )gen

100 100

+ ( S )gen

400 300

= 83.33 W/K

Alternate:

Q

Q

S1 = T = 400

1

Q

Q

S2 = T = 300

2

S = S1 + S2

=

400

300

Q.12

1000

= 83.33 W/K

12

Annular disc has mass m, inner radius R, outer radius = 2R. Disc rolls on

a flat surface without slipping. If the velocity of centre of mass is V. Then

kinetic energy is

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Solution:

Vmax

2R

V

R

m (2R ) R 2 3

= mR 2

2

2

= 2R

= 0

2

I=

Vmax

Vmin

V=

Rotational

Q.13

K.E. =

Vmax + Vmin

= R

2

1 2

I

2

1 3

V2

3

mR 2 2 = mV 2

2 2

4

R

Linear K.E.

1

mV 2

2

Total K.E.

3

1

mV 2 + mV 2

4

2

5

mV 2

4

A group consisting of equal no. of men and women. Of the group 20% of

men and 50% of women are unemployed. If a person is selected at random

from this group. The probability of selected person being employed is

Solution:

Group

0.5

0.5

Women

0.5

Employed

Men

0.5

0.8

Unemployed

Employed

0.2

Unemployed

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= 0.5 0.5 + 0.5 0.8

= 0.25 + 0.40

= 0.65

Q.14

Solution:

81, 54, 36, 24

1 34, 2 33, 4 32, 8 31, 16 30

Ans. 16

Q.15

below

Sep. Oct.

Nov. Dec. Jan.

Feb

180 280

250

190

240

?

The forecast at the sales, using the 4 month moving average method for

the month of Feb is

Solution:

250 + 250 + 190 + 240

4

= 240

fFeb =

Q.16

A Diesel engine has a compression ratio 17 and cutoff take place at 10%

of the stroke. Assuming ratio of specific heat = 1.4. The air standard

efficiency in percent is

Solution:

P

2

PV

1.4

=C

1

V

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(V3 V2) =

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10

( V1 V2 )

100

V3 V2

V1 V2 = 0.1

V3

1

V2

= 0.1

V1

1

V2

1

= 0.1

r 1

1

= 0.1

17 1

= 2.6

( = cut off ratio and r = compression ratio)

Thermal efficiency,

th = 1

= 1

1 r 1

r 1 ( 1)

1

170.4

2.61.4 1

1.4 (2.6 1)

= 59.6%

Q.17

Ans.

Consider a simply supported beam of length 50h with a rectangular crosssection of depth h and width 2h, the load carried at mid point. Find the

ratio of the maximum shear stress to the maximum bending stress in the

beam.

(a) 0.02

(b) 0.10

(c) 0.05

(d) 0.01

(d)

max =

Mmax =

I=

3P

3P

=

2 A 4h2

PL P 50h

=

= 12.5Ph

4

4

bh 2

bh 2 bh2 2h h2 h3

=

=

, z =

12

6

6

6

6

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max =

Mmax 12.5Ph

75P

=

6 = 2

3

z

h

h

max

0.75

= 0.01

=

max

75

Q.18

Ans.

engine

(a)

Q > 0

and

Q

<0

T

(b)

Q < 0

and

(c)

Q > 0

and

Q

>0

T

(d)

Q < 0

and

Q

<0

T

Q

>0

T

(a)

Classius inequality for irreversible heat engine

dQ

< 0.

T

Q.19

Definite integration

31

1 x dx

Solution:

1

1

I = h f (a ) + f ( x1 ) + f ( b)

2

2

f(x) =

1

, f(a) = f(1) = 1

x

f(x)1 = f (2 ) =

1

1

, f(b) = f (3) =

2

3

1 1 1 7

I = 1 + + = = 1.167

2 2 6 6

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Q.21

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(a) the limit of function may not exist at that point

(b) the function must be derivative at that point

(c) limit of function at the point tends to infinity

(d) the limit must exist at the point and this value of limit should be same

as the value of function at a point

(d)

casting is of close type sand mold. Assume riser has constant volume, for

the least rate of solidification h : d will be

(a) 1 : 2

(b) 2 : 1

(c) 1 : 4

(d) 4 : 1

(a)

For least solidification time, surface area should be minimum.

A = dh +

V=

2

d h

4

h=

4V

d 2

d 2

4

4V 2

+ d

d

4

For A to be minimum,

A=

A

= 0

d

Q.22

4V d

+

= 0

2

d2

8V 8 2

=

d h

or

d3 =

h

1

=

= 1 : 2

d

2

probability

1 2

1

, and

respectively. The mean value and variance of number

6 3

6

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(a) 1 and

1

3

(b)

1

and 1

3

(c) 1 and

4

3

(d)

1

4

and

3

3

(a)

x

f (x )

1

6

2

3

1

6

= x i f ( x i ) = 0

Mean,

E(x)2 = x2i f ( x i ) = 0

1

2

1

+1 + 2 = 1

6

3

6

1 2 2

1

2 2 4

+ 1 + 22

+ =

=

6

3

6

3 3 3

s 2 = var(x) = E(x2) 2

=

4

1

1 =

3

3

Q.23

P

l

(a) 0.25 l

(b) 0.50 l

(c) 0.33 l

(d) l

Ans.

(c)

A

P(l x)

P

P (l x ) l 2 Pl 3

= 0

2 EI

3EI

Page

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lx l

= 0

2

3

3l 3x 2l

= 0

6

Q.24

x=

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l

3

A double pipe counter flow heat exchanger transfers heat between two water

streams. Tube side water at 19 ltr/s is heated from 10C to 38. Shell side

water of 25 lts/s is entering at 46C. Assume constant properties of water,

density is 1000 kg/m3 and specific heat is 4186 J/kgK. The LMTD (in C)

is

Solution:

46C

Temp.

38C

10C

Length

= 1000 kg/m3

m c = 19 lit./s

mh = 25 lit./s

m cC w (38 10 ) = m hC w (46 x )

or

19

28 = 46 x

25

x = 24.72C

Th1 = 46C, Th2 = 24.72C, Tc1 = 10C, Tc2 = 38C

T1 = Th1 Tc1 = 46 38 = 8C

T2 = Th2 Tc1 = 24.72 10 = 14.72C

Tlm =

T1 T2

T2 T1

=

T

T

log e 1 log e 2

T2

T1

( T2 > T1)

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Tlm

Q.25

14.72 8

= 11.0206C

14.72

log e

8

Consider the given project network, where numbers along various activities

represent the normal time, the free float on activity 4-6 and project duration,

respectively are

2

3

1

3

3

(a) 2, 13

(c) 2, 13

Ans.

(b) 0, 13

(d) 2, 12

(a)

3

0

1

3

2

5

5

3

3

2

2

5

3

5

8

7

13 13

4

2

Project duration = 13

For 4-6 activity, free float = 8 4 2 = 2

Q.26

(a) 2

(c) 5

Ans.

Page

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(b) 4

(d) 1

(c)

2 2

2

div x y i + xyj + z k

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( )

2

x y +

xy ) +

z

(

x

y

z

=- 2xy + x + 2z

At P(1, 1, 1)

div. at (1, 1, 1) is

= 2 1 1 + 1 + 2 1

= 5

Q.27

f(z) = u(x, y) + iv(x, y) where l = 1 , if u = x2 y2 the expression for v

should be

(a) xy + C

(c) xy C

Ans.

(b) 2xy + C

(d) x2y2 + C

(b)

v

u

=

y

z

v

= 2x

y

Q.28

v = 2xy + C

C

B

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Elastic limit

Limit of proportionality

Upper yield point

Ultimate stress

Lower yield point

Failure point

(c) A-3, B-2, C-1, D-4, E-5, F-6

Ans.

(d) A-2, B-3, C-4, D-5, E-1, F-6

(a)

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and ro is outer radius. Ti is greater than To. The thermal resistance is

ri

1

(a) 2kL ln r

o

(c)

Q.30

r

1

ln o

2kL ri

ri

(d) 2kL ln r

o

1

ln (ri ro )

2kL

(b)

H2

H1

d2

O2

d1

35.55 mm

Ans.

(b)

20.55 mm

Q.29

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H

O1

Solution:

d1 = 60, d2 = 40

H = H1 + d 1

O1 O 2 =

d1 + d2

= 50

2

H = H2 +

d2

d

+ O2P + 1 = H1 + d1

2

2

H = H2 + 50 + O2P = H1 + 60

O2P = (H1 H2) + 10

H 1 = 35.55

d1

60

= 35.5

= 5.55

2

2

H 2 = 20.55

d2

40

= 20.55

= 0.55

2

2

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D=

O1 P =

=

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d1

d

+ O1P + 2

2

2

(O1O2 )2 (O2P )2

502 (H1 H2 ) + 10

D = 50 + 502 10 + (H1 H2 )

= 97.7

Q.31

Ans.

Q.32

Ans.

Q.33

Ans.

Q.34

A fair coin is tossed infinite times then find the probability of 4th head occurs

exactly at 10th times.

(0.205)

100 bulbs produced by a company it having of 5 defective bulbs with it. For

checking section verifies with by taking 4 bulbs at a time from 100 bulbs of

there is any bulb is defective then it will be rejected otherwise it allow to

marketing. The probability of getting non defective section of 100 bulbs is

(0.95)

India is a land of rich heritage and cultural diversity, which of the following

points corroborates this

(a) In Indian cricket team, players are selected from more than 10 states

(b) There are more than 25 languages and over 2000 dialects

(c) India has 29 of states and 7 union tertiaries

(d) India population has 1.1 million people

(b)

The real root of the equation 5x 2cos x 1 = 0 (upto two decimal accuracy)

is

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Solution:

f(x) = 5x 2 cosx 1

f(x) = 5 + 2 sinx

By Newton Raphsons equation

f ( xn )

xn+1 = xn f x

( n)

Assuming

x0 = 1

(x = 1 rad. = 57.32)

x1 = 1

Iterating again

x1 = 0.5632

5 1 2 cos (57.32 ) 1

5 + 2sin (57.32)

x2 = 0.5632

Iterating again

5 + 2sin (32.27 )

= 0.5425

x3 = 0.5425

5 + 2sin (31.09 )

= 0.5424

Required answer is 0.54

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