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ENGINEERING

GATE 2011

MODEL EXAM

(Read the following Instructions

carefully)

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Instructions : Page 1 of 3

pages (See the page no at the

bottom right corner)

PageDown) Arrow for browsing.

Mark

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22

Instructions : Page 2 of 3

Questions.

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Make a Score Sheet like one

Below

Qn No Marked Ans Actual Ans Scored Mark Neg. Mark

(if Correct) (2/3 of Mark)

1

2

…

…

…

TOTAL

Calculate Final Score ___________

(Scored – Neg. Mark)

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Time Counts from Here

be Answered in 150 Minutes

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QUESTIONS

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Qn 1- 20: Carry One Mark

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(1)

which the pressure is sufficient to

support planform area of the

aircraft.

altimeter is set to an agreed

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(2)

Variometers measure

a) the rate of change of altitude by

detecting the change in total air

pressure as altitude changes.

b) the rate of change of altitude by

detecting the change in static air

pressure as altitude changes.

c) the percentage change of forward

speed by detecting the change in

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static air pressure as altitude

(3)

In the following Fig

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Line Marked as (AAA) represents

a) Altitude for max range as the

density is low and flying quality is

satisfactory

b) Altitude for max endurance as the

density is low and flying quality is

satisfactory

c) Altitude for pilot ejection as the

aircraft lacks necessary flying

quality above this altitude.

Altitude for pilots special attention 1111

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d)

(4)

In the following payload – range diagram

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Line AB, BC and CD respectively

represents

payload limit, and max fuel load

limit.

b) max fuel load limit, max payload

limit, and max take off weight limit.

c) max payload limit, max take off

weight limit and max fuel load limit

d) None of the above

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(5)

NACA 23021, the location of the

maximum camber along the chord line

a) 20% of c

b) 30% of c

c) 21% of c

d) 15% of c

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(6)

Wind tunnel data was taken on an airfoil and the

following data taken at the 1/3 chord location:

a) 0.213c

b) 0.233c

c) 0.250c

d) 0.333c

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(7)

and a wing span of 50 m, the wing

efficiency factor is 0.85, its lift curve

slope (taking a0 as 2 ) will be (in per

radian)

a) 3.725

b) 4.726

c) 5.231

d) 5.316

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(8)

Factor

a) It is traditionally referred to as ‘g’,

because of the relation between

load factor and apparent

acceleration of gravity felt on board

the aircraft.

b) Although, it is traditionally referred

to as ‘g’, it does not take the unit of

acceleration due to gravity (m/s2)1717,

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(9)

is 10, the taper ratio 0.3, then the root

and tip chord length (in m),

a) 3.22, 2.14

b) 2.33, 1.26

c) 4.35,1.3

d) 3.14,1.75

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(10)

a) The conventional configuration with

a low horizontal tail is a natural

choice since roots of both horizontal

and vertical surfaces are

conveniently attached directly to the

fuselage.

b) In conventional configuration, the

effectiveness of the vertical tail is

less because interference with the

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(11)

Due to the presents of a positive dihedral in the wing, When an aircraft rolls,

a) the lower wing presents a shorter span as seen from the direction of the approaching air, and the

lower wing has reduced angle of attack and hence the effect is to destabilize the aircraft .

b) the lower wing presents a shorter span as seen from the direction of the approaching air, and the

lower wing has increased angle of attack but the net effect is to roll the aircraft back towards the

horizontal stable position.

c) the lower wing presents a larger span as seen from the direction of the approaching air, and the

lower wing has reduced angle of attack but the net effect is to roll the aircraft back towards the

horizontal stable position.

d) the lower wing presents a larger span as seen from the direction of the approaching air, and the

lower wing has increased angle of attack and hence the effect is to roll the aircraft back towards

the horizontal stable position.

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(12)

through a frictionless channel. The speed

of the air increases in the direction of the

flow. At the nozzle entry, the static

temperature is 323 deg K, the static

pressure is 2.06785 bar and the mean

speed is 150 m/s. At the exit (throat

operating at chocking Condition), the

specific impulse is,

a) 34 s

b) 28 s

c) 22 s

d) 18 s

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(13)

With respect to the following Newton's

cannonball Fig, match the table in the

next page

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1 The cannonball is fired with sufficient velocity and the

ball enters into circumnavigating orbit.

2 The firing velocity is higher than circumnavigational

velocity.

3 The cannon fires its ball with a low initial velocity

successful orbot

a) A4, B5,C1,D2,E3

b) A3, B1,C5,D2,E4

c) A3, B5,C1,D2,E4

d) A3, B2,C1,D5,E4

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14

the orbital and escape velocity is

a) 5500, 10800 m/s

b) 7784,11009m/s

c) 8200, 12287 m/s

d) 8324, 11147 m/s

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(15)

= 0.6 cm and BC=0.3cm. The following

velocities are measured 36 m/s along AB,

21 m/s along BC, 38 m/s along DC and 20

m/s along AD. the circulation round the

element, taking CW as positive, in cm2/s,

a) + 45 b) – 45 c) +90 d) -90

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(16)

a) Helmholtz’s first theorem states that

the strength of a vortex filament is

constant along its length.

b) Helmholtz’s second theorem states

that a vortex filament cannot end in

a fluid; it must extend to the

boundaries of the fluid or form a

closed path

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c) Helmholtz’s third theorem states

(17)

The slat is

a) a spanwise channel cut through the

wing just behind the leading edge to

make airto flow more smoothly over

the upper surface while at a high

angle of attack

b) a small aerofoil shaped device

attached just in front of the wing

leading edge to properly direct the

airflow at the front of the wing 2727

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(18)

LAMINAR SUBLAYER is a

a) Thin layer of solid in the vicinity of

the interface where turbulent

fluctuations of solid are damped

b) very thin layer of the fluid where

turbulent fluctuations are damped.

c) very thin layer of the fluid near the

outer boundary layer edge where

turbulent fluctuations are damped

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(19)

a

a) Normal shock wave

b) Oblique shock wave

c) Bow shock wave

d) Expansion wave

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(20)

does not include:

a) It is applicable only to plane strain

or plane stress problem

b) It can only be used if the body force

has a special form, in which body

forces are a derivative of a scalar

function of positions.

c) It is approach works best for

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problems where a solid is subjected to

Qns 21 – 40 Carry 2 Marks

Each

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(21)

encounters a NSW, the % increase in

density,

a) 95

b)125

c) 155

d)195

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(22)

encounters a NSW and its temperature

becomes 450K after passing through

the NSW, the initial temperature, in K,

is

a) 125

b) 225

c) 267

d) 375

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(23)

a) Use of subcritical airfoil

b) Use of a swept wing

c) Use of boundrty layer blowing

d) Use of diehedral wing

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Common Data for Qn 24

and 25

If Airy’s stress function is given as

(24)

Then the normal stress in x and y direction is given

as

a) Cx+Dy and Ax + By

b) Cx-Dy and Ax - By

c) Dx+Cy and Bx + Ay

d) Cxy+Dy and Ax + Byx

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(25)

a) (Bx + Cy)

b)-Bx + Cy

c) Bx - Cy

d) –(Bx + Cy)

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Common Data for Qn 26

and 27

A uniform, thin-walled, cantilever beam of closed

rectangular cross-section has the dimensions shown

in Fig. The shear modulus G of the top and bottom

covers of the beam is 18 000N/mm2 while that of

the vertical webs is 26 000N/mm2.

The beam is

subjected to a

uniformly distributed

torque of 20Nm/mm

along its length.

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(26)

according to the Bred–Batho theory of

torsion.

a) 23

b) 83

c) 92

d) 98

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(27)

a) 0.55

b) 1.10

c) 1.46

d) 2.18

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Common Data for Qn 28,

29, and 30

A rod is subjected to 10 kN of axial

load and 5 kN of shear load.

(28)

Stress Theory

a) 12.4 mm

b) 12.7 mm

c) 13.4 mm

d) 14.6 mm

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(29)

Theory

a) 12.4 mm

b) 12.7 mm

c) 13.4 mm

d) 14.6 mm

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(30)

Theory

a) 12.4 mm

b) 12.7 mm

c) 13.4 mm

d) 14.6 mm

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Common Data for Qn 31,

and (32)

A disc is mounted on the shaft of 1.5m

and 8mm radius and shaft is made of

material with G=83 Gpa.When it si

rotated by 8 deg, it is found to have a

time period of oscillation as 2.3 sec

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(31)

a) 1.13

b) 2.73

c) 3.81

d) 4.11

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32

kg-m2

a) 18

b) 29

c) 32

d) 48

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Common Data for Qn 33 to

35

A centrifugal flow compressor has a

total pressure ratio of 4:1. The inlet

eye to the compressor impeller is

30cm in diameter. The axial velocity

is 130 m/s and the mass flow 10kg

of air per sec. The velocity in the

delivery duct of the compressor is

115 m/s. The tip speed of the

impeller is 450m/s and runs at

16000 rpm with total isentropic as

78% and pressure co-efficient of

0.72. The ambient conditions are

1.03 kgf/cm2 and 15°C. Calculate 4747

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(33)

temperature (K) at the inlet

a) 80, 220

b) 90, 210

c) 90, 280

d) 100, 320

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(34)

are

a) 25, 38

b) 29, 42

c) 32, 46

d) 48, 26

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(35)

a) 0.63

b) 0.71

c) 0.84

d) 0.88

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Common Data for Qn 36 to

37

A jet aircraft is flying at an altitude of

4900 m (density=0.0.748 kg/m3),

ambient pressure is 55 kPa and

temperature is 255K. The velocity of

the AC is 792 kmph. The pressure ratio

across the compressor is 5. Take max

temperature 1200K

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(36)

exit of the turbine are

a) 880 K and 180 kPa

b) 980 K and 190 kPa

c) 1040 K and 225kPa

d) 1100 K and 250kPa

(36)

AC) of the jet leaving the engine.

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(37)

jet leaving the engine.

a) 770 m/s

b) 832 m/s

c) 928 m/s

d) 988 m/s

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pc = 7000000Pa

pa = 102000Pa (Sea level)

Tc = 2700K

Common m&= 3kg/ s

Data for R = 285J / kg − K

the γ = 1.22

Operating

Rocket are

38

a) 1825 m/s

b) 1945 m/s

c) 2055 m/s

d) 2130 m/s

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39

a) 725 m/s

b) 850 m/s

c) 920 m/s

d) 990 m/s

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40

ratio

a) 4.2, 10.4

b) 3.2, 8.6

c) 2.4, 6.8

d) 1.8, 8.6

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Qns 41 – 50 carry 4 Marks

Each

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Common Data for Qn 41,

42, and (43)

A single stage turbine has been designed for

following parameters:

Axial velocity : 260 m/s

Mean Blade speed : 360 m/s

Nozzle outlet angle : 65°

Stage swirl angle : 10°

(41)

a) 37 and 57

c) 17 and 37

d) 17 and 57

e) 37 and 17

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(42)

temperature drop coeff

a) 0.50, 1.67

b) 0.29, 1.67

c) 0.35, 1.16

d) 0.50, 1.16

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(43)

output are

a) 0.35, 110 kJ/kg

b) 0.41, 176 kJ/kg

c) 0.53, 200 kJ/kg

d) 0.72, 217 kJ/kg

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Common Data for 44, 45, 46

At a certain operating condition, the mid radius velocity

triangle for an axial flow compressor are shown in Fig. (in Next

Page) . The stagnation pressure and temperature at inlet are

185 kPa and 340K. Take T01 = 340 K , Po1 = 185 kPa. The mid

radius pressure coeff. Is given by

(p 2 − p1 )

Cp =

1

ρ1w 12

2

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75

w2

10

w1

U=150 m/s

C2

35

C1

85

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44

pressure ratio are

a) 10, 1.11

b) 16 , 1.17

c) 21, 1.19

d) 26, 1.22

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45

temperature (K) at the outlet are

a) 110, 98 K

b) 180, 320K

c) 190, 320K

d) 190, 340K

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46

a) 0.25

b) 0.50

c) 0.65

d) 0.75

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47

If Ixx = 16 a3t/3,

Iyy=53a3t/24 and

Ixy= -a3t, for the

section shown,

then x distance of

the shear centre S

with respect to the

intersection of the

web and lower

flange of the thin-

walled

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section as in 6969

48

If Ixx = 16 a3t/3,

Iyy=53a3t/24 and

Ixy= -a3t, for the

section shown,

then y distance of

the shear centre S

with respect to the

intersection of the

web and lower

flange of the thin-

walled

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section as in 7070

Data for Qn 49 and 50

an elastic foundation and a sinusoidal

force of 25 N is applied. The max

steady state amplitude is found to be

1.3mm, and the time period is 0.22s,

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49

a) 34

b) 42

c) 56

d) 67

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(50)

a) 8

b) 18

c) 22

d) 28

1/27/2011 7373

THE END

NOTE

This Question Paper is not prepared in

the TRUE PATTERN OF GATE, because it

does not include Maths and Other Part.

It is Meant for Practice and for Self 7474

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