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Courses » Engineering thermodynamics Announcements Course Forum Unit 3 - Week 2 - SI Unit, Definitions & Concepts Progress Mentor Assignment 2 Due date for this assignment: 2017-08-10, 23:59 IST. 1) Questions 1, 2 & 3 have common data. 1 point One end of steel rod of 2 cm in diameter and 50 cm in length is fixed and a force is continuously applied at the other end in a direction which is parallel to the length of the rod. The Young’s modulus of steel is 2 x 10 N/m . Calculate the work done by the force on the steel rod to change its length by 1cm. -6.2 kJ -7.5 kJ -8.0 kJ -8.5 kJ 2) Calculate the stress. 1 point 8 GPa 7 GPa 5 GPa 4 GPa 3) What could be the force applied to the rod? 1 point 1.2 MN 2.0 MN 2.5 MN 3.2 MN 4) Questions 4, 5, & 6 have common data 1 point It is required to apply a force of 500N to the free end of a spring to stretch it by 5 cm from its relaxed length. Calculate the spring constant (kN/m). 6 7.5 9 https://onlinecourses.nptel.ac.in/noc17_ae06/unit?unit=90&assessment=94 1/5 " id="pdf-obj-0-6" src="pdf-obj-0-6.jpg">

Engineering thermodynamics - - Unit 3 - Week 2 - SI Unit, Definitions & Concepts

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# Unit 3 - Week 2 - SI Unit, Definitions & Concepts

## Assignment 2

Due date for this assignment: 2017-08-10, 23:59 IST.

1)

Questions 1, 2 & 3 have common data.

1 point

One end of steel rod of 2 cm in diameter and 50 cm in length is fixed and a force is

continuously applied at the other end in a direction which is parallel to the length of

the rod. The Young’s modulus of steel is 2 x 10 11 N/m 2 .

Calculate the work done by the force on the steel rod to change its length by 1cm.

 -6.2 kJ -7.5 kJ -8.0 kJ -8.5 kJ 2) Calculate the stress. 1 point 8 GPa 7 GPa 5 GPa 4 GPa 3) What could be the force applied to the rod? 1 point 1.2 MN 2.0 MN 2.5 MN 3.2 MN 4) Questions 4, 5, & 6 have common data 1 point

It is required to apply a force of 500N to the free end of a spring to stretch it by 5 cm from its relaxed length. Calculate the spring constant (kN/m).

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7.5

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 10 5) Find out the work done on the spring (-W) 1 point 6 J 7.5 J 10 J 12.5 J 6) Calculate the work done by the spring (W), when the spring is connected to 1 point

a block and it is allowed to return slowly such that the final length of the spring is 1 cm more than its natural length.

 8 J 10 J 12 J 15 J 7) It is desired to store 28 kg of nitrogen at 15 MPa & 300 K in a cylinder. 1 point

Assuming that nitrogen behaves like an ideal gas, determine the size of the cylinder (m 3 ).

0.456

0.321

0.166

0.05

8)

### Ques ons 8, 9 & 10 have common data.

0.5 points

A 2500 kg automobile traveling at 30 m/s hits the rear of stationary 1000 kg automobile. After the collision, the large automobile slows to 14 m/s and the smaller vehicle has a speed of 25 m/s.

Find out the kinetic energy before the collision.

 1125 kJ 1250 kJ 1350 kJ 1400 kJ 9) Calculate the kinetic energy after the collision. 0.5 points 557.5 kJ 645.25 kJ 675.35 kJ 700.25 kJ What has been the increase in internal energy? 10) 1 point 555.5 kJ 525.5 kJ 567.5 kJ 580.5 kJ A 10 kg body falls from rest, with negligible interaction with its 11) 1 point

surrounding (no friction).

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Determine its velocity after it falls 5 m

 6 m/s 7.5 m/s 8.2 m/s 10 m/s Questions 12, 13 & 14 have common data. 12) 1 point

A car traveling at 90 km/h, if the drag coefficient is 0.2, Find out the drag force on a

car. Use A= 2.3 m 2 and density = 1.23 kg/m 3

 120 N 145 N 177 N 200 N What could be the work done on the engine? 13) 1 point 4425 W 5252 W 6254 W 6500 W Determine the horse power required to overcome the wind drag. (1hp = 746 14) 1 point W) 3.21 4.32 5.93 7.12 Questions 15 & 16 have common data. 15) 1 point The drive shaft in automobile delivers 75 N-m of torque it rotates at 2500 rpm. Calculate the work done of the shaft (kW). 19.6 22.3 16 25.2 Determine horse power required to deliver the shaft. 16) 1 point 14.5 17.5 20.3 26.3 Questions 17, 18 & 19 have common data. 17) 1 point

A 100 kg of a mass attached to the pulley (as shown in Fig) drops to 3 m, resulting in

an increased volume of the cylinder of 0.002 m 3 the weight and the piston maintain a constant gauge pressure of 100 kPa. Neglect all friction. Calculate work done on the system (kJ).

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2.9
2.4
2.3
2.2
18)
Calculate work done by the system (kJ)
1 point
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
19)
What could be the net work done?
1 point
-1560 J
-2540 J
-3210 J
-3500 J
20)
Questions 20 & 21 have common data.
1 point
Six gram of air is contained in the cylinder shown in Figure. The air is heated until
the piston rises to 50 mm. The spring just touches the piston initially. Calculate the
temperature when the piston leaves the stops.
530 K

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550
K
575
K
605
K
21)
Determine the work done by the air on the piston.
1 point
0.625
kJ
0.804
kJ
1.251
kJ
2.545
kJ
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