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- International Journal of Thermal Sciences Volume 117 Issue 2017 [Doi 10.1016%2Fj.ijthermalsci.2017.03.021] Pandey, Sandeep; Laurien, Eckart; Chu, Xu -- A Modified Convective Heat Transfer Model for He (1)
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Invigilators Signature : ..

CS/B.TECH(NEW)/SEM-2/ME-201/2013

2013

ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

& FLUID MECHANICS

Full Marks : 70

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Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words

as far as practicable.

i)

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c)

d)

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GROUP A

( Multiple Choice Type Questions )

Choose the correct alternatives for any ten of the following :

Carnot engine is to

a)

b)

c)

d)

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a)

ratio of specific heats b)

cut-off ratio

c)

compression ratio

d)

both (a) and (c).

The flow field represented by the velocity vector

iv)

v)

dynamic viscosity

c)

mass density

b)

kinematic viscosity

d)

velocity of flow.

a)

b)

c)

d)

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vi)

a)

three-dimensional and unsteady

b)

two-dimensional and steady

c)

three-dimensional and steady

d)

two-dimensional and unsteady.

Pitot tube is used to measure

not change ?

a)

Internal energy

b)

Entropy

c)

Pressure

d)

Enthalpy.

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flow ?

a)

Pseudo-plastic

b)

Dilatant

c)

Inviscid

d)

Newtonian.

fluid may be written as ( y measured vertically upward

and is specific weight)

a)

dP = d y

b)

dp = dy

c)

dy = dP

d)

dP = d y .

CS/B.TECH(NEW)/SEM-2/ME-201/2013

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local atmospheric pressure at a location was 9152 kPa.

If a pressure is recorded as 2248 kPa (gauge), it is

equivalent to

xi)

xii)

a)

b)

c)

d)

system decrease even if heat is added to it ?

a)

Isobaric

b)

Isothermal

c)

Isentropic

d)

Polytropic.

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process on a temperature entropy ( T-S ) plane

represents

heat transfer for a reversible process

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c)

d)

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Thermal conductivity

b)

Kinetic energy

c)

Work

d)

Pressure.

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xv)

a)

source and sink are maintained at constant fixed

temperatures of 560 K and 280 K respectively. If heat

rejection is 840 kJ/s, indicate the given cycle is

a)

reversible

b)

irreversible

c)

impossible

d)

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GROUP B

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Answer any three of the following

2.

3 5 = 15

Determine the quality, enthalpy and entropy of steam. Given

ts = 2122C, v f = 0001177 m3/kg, v g = 00995 m3/kg,

s fg = 3590 kJ/kg-K.

expanded isothermally to 5 times the initial volume. It is then

cooled to 300 K at constant volume and then compressed

back polytropically to its initial state. Determine the net work

done and heat transfer during the cycle.

4.

passing is 2800 kJ/kg. The nozzle is horizontal and there is

negligible heat loss from it. (i) Find the velocity at exit of the

nozzle, (ii) If the inlet area is 900 cm2 and specific volume at

inlet is 0187 cm3/kg, find the mass flow rate, (iii) If the

specific volume at the nozzle exit is 0498 m3/kg, find the

exit area of the nozzle.

5.

a)

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where PV n = C .

b)

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turns 600 r.p.m. when 25 Nm torque is applied to it.

What is power transmitted to the liquid by the wheel ?

2+3

6.

a)

statements.

b)

an efficiency of 40%. Determine the heat drawn from the

source and rejected to the sink.

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GROUP C

( Long Answer Type Questions )

Answer any three of the following.

7.

3 15 = 45

a)

b)

coordinate system as

x = x 0e kt + y 0 ( 1 e 1kt )

y = y 0e kt

velocity components in Eulerian system.

7

A venturimeter has inlet and throat diameters of

300 mm and 150 mm. Water flows through it at the rate

of 0065 m2/s and the differential gauge is deflected

12 m. The specific gravity of the manometric liquid

is 16. Determine the coefficient of discharge of the

venturimeter.

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a)

fluid body.

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b)

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c)

x

y

i +

2

x 2 + y 2 j . State,

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y

c)

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diameter and 05 cm apart and connected to a 3 cm

diameter pipe. If the streamlines are assumed to be

radial in the diffuser, what mean velocity in the pipe will

correspond to an exit velocity of 05 m/s ?

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9.

b)

pressure and critical temperature of water ?

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c)

power plant ?

3

d)

passing is 3000 kJ/kg and the velocity is 60 m/s. At the

discharge end, the enthalpy is 2762 kJ/kg. The nozzle

is horizontal and there is negligible heat loss from it.

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a)

ii)

at inlet is 0187 m3/kg, find the mass flow rate.

iii)

0498 m3/kg, find the exit area of the nozzle.

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i)

2+2+2

to 008 bar. It then enters a condenser, where it is

condensed to saturated liquid water. The pump feeds

the water back into the boiler. Assume ideal processes,

find, per kg of steam, the net work and the cycle

efficiency.

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b)

of 8, temperature and pressure at the beginning of

compression are 20C and 1 bar respectively. The

constant volume heat addition is 1800 kJ/kg. Calculate

the maximum temperature and pressure of the cycle

temperature of the end of expansion process. What are

the efficiency and mean effective pressure (m.e.p.) of the

cycle ? Cv = 0718 kJ/kg K and = 14.

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11. a)

such a way that the heat rejected by the first engine is

absorbed by the second engine. The first engine receives

400 kJ of heat from a reservoir maintained at

temperature 600C, while the second engine rejects heat

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output of the first engine is twice than that of the

second, determine

b)

i)

ii)

iii)

intermediate temperature.

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exchanger with a velocity of 30 m/s where its

temperature is raised to 800C. It then enters a turbine

with same velocity of 30 m/s and expands until the

temperature falls to 650C. On leaving the turbine, air is

taken at a velocity of 60 m/s to a nozzle where it

expands until the temperature has fallen to 500C. If

the air flow rate is 2 kg/s, find out

the rate of heat transfer to the air in the heat

exchanger

ii)

loss

iii)

loss.

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