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The smallest section in nozzle is known as

a.
throat
b.
venturi
c.
convergent
d.
divergent

The steam turbine can be governed by the following methods except


a.
Throttle governing
b.
Nozzle governing
c.
By pass governing
d.
Reaction governing
In reaction turbine the fixed blade
a.
alter the direction of steam
b.
allow steam to expand to a larger velocity
c.
functions as same of nozzle
d.
All of the above

The following are the method for compounding except


a.
velocity compounding
b.
pressure compounding
c.
volume compounding
d.
reaction turbine

In velocity compounding, steam is passed through


a.
fixed nozzle-moving blades-fixed blades-moving blades
b.
fixed nozzle-moving blades-fixed nozzles-moving blades
c.
moving blades-fixed nozzles- fixed blades-moving blades
d.
fixed blades-moving blades-fixed nozzles- moving blades

In pressure compounding, steam is passed through


a.
fixed nozzle-moving blades-fixed blades-moving blades
b.
fixed nozzle-moving blades-fixed nozzles-moving blades
c.
moving blades-fixed nozzles- fixed blades-moving blades
d.
fixed blades-moving blades-fixed nozzles- moving blades

In pressure velocity compounding


a.
moving blades are used
b.
fixed nozzles are used
c.
fixed blades are used
d.
All of the above are used
Which of the following is a steam turbine?
a.
De laval
b.
Kaplan
c.
Francis
d.
Bulb

Degree of reaction is given by


a.
Heat drop in moving blades / total heat drop in the stage
b.
Heat drop in fixed blades / total heat drop in the stage
c.
Heat drop in moving blades / Heat drop in fixed blades
d.
total heat drop in the stage / Heat drop in fixed blades

A steam turbine with no nozzle is ________________.


a. Reaction turbine
b. Impulse turbine
c. Both of these
d. None of these

The governing principle of steam turbines are________________.


a. Nozzle control governing
b. Throttle governing
c. Bypass governing
d. All of these

1-The major field(s) of application of gas turbine is (are)

a.

Aviation

b.

Oil and gas industry

c.

Marine propulsion

d.

All of the above


(Ans: d)

2-The following is (are) the limitation(s) of gas turbines.

a.

They are not self starting

b.

Higher rotor speeds

c.

Low efficiencies at part loads

d.

All of the above

3-The ratio of heat actually released by 1kg of fuel to heat that would be released by
complete perfect combustion, is called

a.

Thermal efficiency

b.

Combustion efficiency

c.

Engine efficiency

d.

Compression efficiency

4-The percentage of total energy input appearing as net work output of the cycle

a.

Thermal efficiency

b.

Combustion efficiency

c.

Engine efficiency

d.

Compression efficiency

5-The following method(s) can be used to improve the thermal efficiency of open cycle
gas turbine plant

a.

inter-cooling

b.

Reheating

c.

Regeneration

d.

All of the above

6-Which of the following is (are) used as starter for a gas turbine

a.

An Internal combustion engine

b.

A steam turbine

c.

An auxiliary electric motor

d.

All of the above

7-Gas turbine is shut down by

a.

Turning off starter

b.

Stopping the compressor

c.

Fuel is cut off from the combustor

d.

Any of the above