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MAIN PAPER — AE
AE : AEROSPACE ENGINEERING.
Duration : Three Hours Maximum Marks :150
Read the following instructions carefully
This question paper contains 20 printed pages including pages for rough work. Please check all pages
and report discrepancy, if any.
Write your registration number, your name and name of the examination centre at the specified
locations on the right half of the ORS.
Using HB pencil, darken the appropriate bubble under each digit of your registration number and the
letters corresponding to your paper code.
All the questions in this question paper are of objective type.
Questions must be answered on Objective Response Sheet (ORS) by darkening the appropriate
bubble (marked A, B, C, D) using HB pencil against the question number on the left hand side of the
ORS. Each question has only one correct answer. In case’you wish to change an answer, erase the
old answer completely. More than one answer bubbled against a question will be treated as a wrong
answer.
Questions 1 through 20 are I-mark questions and questions 21 through 85 are 2-mark questions.
Questions 71 through 73 is one set of common data questions, questions 74 and 75 is another pair of
common data questions. The question pairs (76, 77), (78, 79), (80, 81), (82, 83) and (84, 85) are
questions with linked answers. The answer to the second question of the above pairs will depend on
the answer to the first question of the pai. Ifthe first question in the linked pair is wrongly answered
or is un-attempted, then the answer to the second question in the pair will not be evaluated
Un-attempted questions will carry zero marks.
NEGATIVE MARKING: For Q.1 to Q.20, 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. For
Q.21 to Q75, 0.5 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer, For the pairs of questions with
linked answers, there will be negative marks only for wrong answer to the first question. ie. for 0.76,
Q78, Q.80, Q.82 and Q.84, 0.5 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. There is no negative
marking for Q.77, Q.79, Q.81, Q.83 and Q.85.
|. Calculator without data connectivity is allowed in the examination hall.
Charts, graph sheets and tables are NOT allowed in the examination hall
. Rough work can be done on the question paper itself, Additional blank pages are given at the end of
the question paper for rough work2008
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Q3
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[MAIN PAPER — AE
Q. 20 carry one mark each.
‘The function defined by
S@)=sinx, x<0
=0, x=0
=3r, x>0
(A) is neither continuous nor differentiable at x=0
(B) is continuous and differentiable at x = 0
(C)is differentiable but not continuous at x = 0
(D) is continuous but not differentiable at x =0
‘The product of the eigenvalues of the matrix
10-1
021
11-3
(aya (Bo (©) -6 )-9
‘Which of the following equations is a LINEAR ordinary differential equation?
al orbit to a circular orbit having radius equal to the apogee
distance of the elipical orbit the speed of the satelite shouldbe
(A) increased at the apogee
(B) decreased at the apogee
(C) increased at the perigee
(D) decreased at the perigee
‘The service ceiling of a transport aircraft is defined as the altitude
(A) that is halfway between sea-level and absolute ceiling
(B) at which it can cruise with one engine operational
(C)at which its maximum rate of climb is zero
(D) at which its maximum rate of climb is 0.508 mis
‘The drag of an aircraft in steady climbing flight at a given forward speed is
(A) inversely proportional to climb angle
(B) higher than drag in steady level flight at the same forward speed
(C) lower than drag in steady level flight at the same forward speed
(D) independent of climb angle
E2008 MAIN PAPER — AE
Q7_ Insteady, level tuming flight of an aircraft ata load factor ‘n’, the ratio of the horizontal component
of lft and aircraft weight is
(a) vn-1 (B) Vial © vrei ) V+
Q.8 The parameters that rer
(A) equivalent airspeed and lift coefficient _(B) altitude and lift coefficient
(©) equivalent airspeed and altitude (D) lift coefficient and aircraft mass
constant in a cruise-climb of an aircraft are
Q9 The maximum thickness to chord ratio for the NACA 24012 airfoil is
(oor @) 012 (028 @) 040
Q:10. The maximum possible value of pressure coefficient C, in incompressible flow is
os @)1 Ox Dx
Q11_ An irrotational and inviscid flow can become rotational on passing through a
(A) normal shock wave (B) oblique shock wave
(© curved shock wave (D) Mach wave
Q.12 Laminar flow airfoils are used to reduce
(A) trim drag (B) skin friction drag
(C) induced drag () wave drag,
Qu13 The degree of reaction of an impulse turbine is
@i (B)0.75 (jos wo
Q.14 Ina convergent-divergent (CD) nozzle of a rocket motor, the wall heat flux is maximum at
(A) the exit of the divergent portion of the CD nozzle
(B) the entry to the convergent portion of the CD nozzle
(C) the throat of the CD nozzle
(D) the mid-length of the divergent portion of the CD nozzle
QUS_ Ina scramjet engine, the Mach number at the entry to the combustion chamber is around
(ayo (B03 2 () 6
Q.16 DB denotes double base solid propellant.
LOX-RPI denotes liquid oxygen — kerosene combination.
LOX-LHs denotes liquid oxygen ~ hydrogen combination.
The correct order of increasing specific impulse is
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