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III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, June - 2015

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

(Civil Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) What are the different types of cements? Write about any two in detail. [8]

b) What are the different types of admixtures? Write about performance of GGBS in [7]

concrete.

b) What is bulking of aggregates? Write about gap graded and well graded aggregates. [8]

b) What is the effect of time and temperature on workability? [7]

4 a) What is the relation between compression strength and tensile strength? [7]

b) Write about water-cement ratio and Abram’s law. [8]

5 a) What are different NDT methods? Write codal provisions for NDT. [10]

b) Write the factors affecting the strength of concrete. [5]

7 Design a concrete mix of M30 grade. Take a standard deviation of 5MPa. The specific [15]

gravities of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate are 2.8 and 2.7 respectively. The bulk

density of coarse aggregate is 1600 kg/m3 and fineness modulus of fine aggregate is 2.70.

A slump of 60mm is necessary. The water absorption of coarse aggregate is 2% and free

moisture in fine aggregate is 1%.Design the mix by using IS code method.

(a) No-fines concrete [4]

(b) High density concrete [4]

(c) Light weight aggregate concrete [3]

(d) SIFCON

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Code No: R31013 R10 Set No. 2

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

(Civil Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

b) Write in detail about accelerators and retarders. [6]

2 a) Write in detail about size, shape, strength and durability of aggregate? [10]

b) Write about alkali aggregate reaction. [15]

4 a) Write about gel space ratio and gain of strength of concrete with age? [ [8]

b) Write about accelerated curing test. [7]

5 a) What are different NDT methods? Write codal provisions for NDT. [10]

b) What is curing of concrete? [5]

b) What is the relation between modulus of elasticity and strength? [8]

7 Design a concrete mix of M35 grade. Take a standard deviation of 5MPa. The [15]

specific gravities of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate are 2.8 and 2.7 respectively.

The bulk density of coarse aggregate is 1600 kg/m3 and fineness modulus of fine

aggregate is 2.70. A slump of 60mm is necessary. The water absorption of coarse

aggregate is 2% and free moisture in fine aggregate is 1%.Design the mix by using IS

code method.

(a) No-fines concrete [4]

(b) High performance concrete [4]

(c) cellular concrete [3]

(d) SCC

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Code No: R31013 R10 Set No. 3

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

(Civil Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) What are the different grades of cements? Write about tests of physical properties of [8]

cement in detail.

b) What are the different types of admixtures? Write about fly ash and silica fume. [7]

2 a) Write in detail about specific gravity, bulk density, porosity and moisture content of [7]

aggregate?

b) What is bulking of aggregates? Write about gap graded and well graded aggregate. [8]

3 Define workability. What are the factors effecting the workability. [15]

4 a) What is the relation between compression strength and tensile strength? [7]

b) Write about the maturity concept of concrete. [8]

b) Write the factors affecting the strength of concrete. [5]

7 Design a concrete mix of M40 grade. Take a standard deviation of 5MPa.The [15]

specific gravities of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate are 2.85 and 2.75

respectively. The bulk density of coarse aggregate is 1600 kg/m3 and fineness modulus

of fine aggregate is 2.70. A slump of 60mm is necessary. The water absorption of

coarse aggregate is 2% and free moisture in fine aggregate is 1%. Design the mix by

using IS code method.

8 Write about fibre reinforced concrete and the factors affecting the properties of FRC. [15]

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Code No: R31013 R10 Set No. 4

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

(Civil Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) What are the different grades of cements? Write the tests of soundness and fineness of [8]

cement.

b) What are the different types of admixtures? Write about plasticisers and super plasticisers. [7]

b) What is bulking of aggregates? Write about grading curves. [8]

4 a) What is the relation between compression strength and tensile strength? [7]

b) Write about quality of mixing water in concrete. [8]

b) Write the factors affecting the strength of concrete. [5]

6 Define creep of concrete. Write the factors influencing creep, relation between creep and [15]

time and effect of creep.

7 Design a concrete mix of M45 grade. Take a standard deviation of 5MPa. The specific [15]

gravities of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate are 2.85 and 2.75 respectively. The bulk

density of coarse aggregate is 1600 kg/m3 and fineness modulus of fine aggregate is 2.70. A

slump of 60mm is necessary. The water absorption of coarse aggregate is 2% and free

moisture in fine aggregate is 1%.Design the mix by using IS code method.

(a) Polymer concrete [4]

(b) Ready mixture concrete [4]

(c) Shotcrete [3]

(d) Self healing concrete

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Code No: R31023 R10 Set No. 1

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

POWER SYSTEMS- II

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Explain the effect of ground on the capacitance value and further derive the capacitance [8]

of a single phase transmission line.

b) Two conductors of a single phase line, each of 1 cm diameter, are arranged in a vertical [7]

plane with one conductor mounted 1m above the other. A second identical line is

mounted at the same height as the first and spaced horizontally 0.25 m apart from it. The

two upper and the two lower conductors are connected in parallel. Determine the

inductance per km of the resulting double circuit line.

2 a) Draw the phasor diagram of a short transmission line and derive an expression for [8]

voltage regulation.

b) A 3-phase 50 Hz transmission line has resistance, inductance and capacitance per phase [7]

of 10 Ω, 0.1 H, and 0.9 µF and delivers a load of 35MW at 132 kV and 0.8 pf lag.

Determine the efficiency and regulation of the line using nominal-T method.

3 a) With reference to long transmission lines, give physical interpretation of the terms [8]

‘characteristic impedance’ and ‘propagation constant’. What is meant by surge

impedance?

b) Derive the expression for the regulation of a short transmission line. [7]

b) A surge of 10 kV travels along the cable towards its junction with an overhead line. The [7]

surge impedances of the cable and the line are 50 Ω and 450 Ω respectively. Determine

the surge voltage transmitted into the overhead line.

5 a) Explain the phenomenon of corona. What are the factors affecting corona? [8]

b) Explain difference between skin effect and proximity effect. [7]

b) A transmission line has a span of 214 metres between level supports. The conductors [7]

have a cross-sectional area of 3.225 cm2. Calculate the factor of safety under the

following conditions: vertical sag = 2.35 m; wind pressure = 1.5 kg/m run; breaking

stress = 2540 kg/ cm2; weight of conductor = 1.125kg/m run.

b) A string insulator has five units each rated for 11kV. Find the maximum line voltage on [7]

which it can be operated safety. The mutual capacitance of unit is 10 times the

capacitance between pin to earth.

8 a) What are the different methods of voltage control in a power system? [8]

b) Explain the working principle of on-load tap changing transformer with a neat diagram. [7]

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Set No. 2

Code No: R31023 R10

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

POWER SYSTEMS- II

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) What are bundled conductors? Discuss the merits and demerits of bundled conductors. [8]

b) A conductor consists of seven identical strands each having a radius of r. Determine [7]

the factor by which r should be multiplied to find the self GMD of the conductor.

2 a) Draw and explain the equivalent circuits and phasor diagrams for the nominal T and π [8]

methods in detail.

b) Estimate the distance over which a load of 15000kW at a p.f. 0.8 lagging can be [7]

delivered by a 3-phase transmission line having conductors each of resistance 1 Ω per

kilometre. The voltage at the receiving end is to be 132 kV and the loss in the

transmission is to be 5%.

3 a) Explain the terms “characteristic impedance” and “propagation constant” with respect [8]

to long transmission lines.

b) Explain the equivalent –π representation of a long transmission line. [7]

4 a) What is meant by natural loading of lines? Explain with reasons whether the economic [8]

loading for over head lines are more/less than their natural loadings.

b) Explain the concept of reflection and refraction of travelling waves. [7]

5 a) What is corona? Show that the maximum critical disruptive voltage occurs when the [8]

radius of conductor is d/e where d is the distance between conductors.

b) Define skin effect and proximity effect. . [7]

6 a) Derive an expression for sag and tension in a power conductor strung between two [8]

supports at equal heights taking into account the wind and ice loading also.

b) An overhead line is has a span of 150 m between level supports. The conductor [7]

diameter is 0.85 cm and weighs 0.62kg/m length. The allowable tension is 586kg.

Calculate the sag if the wind pressure is 39.2 kg/m2 of a projected area.

7 a) Define string efficiency? Why is it necessary to have high string efficiency? How can it [8]

be achieved?

b) A string of four insulators has a self-capacitance equal to 5 times pin to earth [7]

capacitance. Find i) the voltage distribution across various units as a percentage of total

voltage across the string and ii) string efficiency.

8 a) Discuss the importance of voltage control in the modern power system? [8]

b) What is the importance of power factor in the supply systems? [7]

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Set No. 3

Code No: R31023 R10

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

POWER SYSTEMS- II

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Derive the expression for the inductance of a 3- phase line which is completely transposed. [8]

b) A single circuit 3- phase line operating at 50 Hz has a conductor diameter of 5.18 mm. The [7]

spacing between the line conductors is given in metre. Dry = 3.2; Dyb = 4.0; Dbr = 5.0.

Calculate the inductance and inductive reactance per phase per km.

b) A 3-phase transmission line delivers a load of 5 MW at 0.8 pf (lagging). Resistance of each [7]

conductor is 0.7 Ω /km. Receiving end voltage is 33kV. If the line loss is not to exceed

10%, determine the length of the line.

3 a) Derive an expression for travelling waves in overhead line and its interpretation from [8]

physical significance point of view.

b) Explain in detail about the equivalent T-representation of a long transmission line. [7]

4 a) Discuss the behavior of a travelling wave when it reaches a) short circuited b) open [8]

circuited transmission lines.

b) Discuss the methodology for analyzing the behavior of travelling waves in power system. [7]

5 a) Explain the factors that affect the corona loss on an over head transmission line. [8]

b) Find the disruptive critical and visual corona voltages of a grid line operating at 132 kV. [7]

The following data is given: Conductor diameter = 1.9 cm, conductor spacing = 3.81 cm,

temperature = 55o C, barometric pressure = 73.7 cm, conductor surface factor: fine weather

= 0.8, rough weather = 0.66.

b) An overhead line has a span of 260 m, the weight of the line conductor is 0.68kg per metre [7]

run. Calculate the maximum sag in the line. The maximum allowable tension in the line is

1550 kg.

7 a) Define ‘string efficiency’. Explain different methods of improving string efficiency. [8]

b) A string insulator has three units. The capacitance from each joint is 12.5% of the [7]

capacitance of each unit. The voltage across any unit should not exceed 11kV. Find the

maximum voltage for the string application.

8 a) Explain the different methods used for voltage control of a power system? [8]

b) Discuss the need for line compensation in power system. [7]

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Code No: R31023 R10 Set No. 4

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

POWER SYSTEMS- II

(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Derive the expression for capacitance of a 3- phase overhead line with unsymmetrical [8]

spacing.

b) Find out the capacitance of a single-phase line 30 km long consisting of two parallel [7]

wires each 15 mm diameter and 1.5 m apart.

2 a) Derive A, B, C, D constants of a medium length transmission line and hence prove that [8]

AD – BC = 1.

b) Find the A, B, C, D parameters of a 3- phase , 80 km, 50 Hz transmission line with [7]

series impedance of (0.15+j 0.78) ohm per km and a shunt admittance of j5.0×10 -6 ohm

per km.

3 a) Using rigorous method derive expressions for sending-end voltage and current for long [8]

transmission line.

b) Find the A,B,C,D parameters of a 3-phase, 80km, 50Hz transmission line with series [7]

impedance of (0.15+J0.78) ohm per km and a shunt admittance of J5×10-6 mho per km.

4 a) Explain the significance of surge impedance loading of transmission line. [8]

b) Obtain the expressions of reflection and transmission coefficients at the receiving end of [7]

line characteristics impedance Zc1 for the case where line is terminated by short circuit.

5 a) What is corona? Explain briefly the factors which affect corona. [8]

b) Taking the dielectric strength of air to be 30kV/cm, calculate the disruptive critical [7]

voltage for a 3- phase line with conductors of 1 cm radius and spaced symmetrically

4 m apart.

b) A transmission line has a span of 150 m between level supports. The cross sectional area [7]

of the conductor is 1.25cm2 and weighs 100kg/100 m. The breaking stress is

4,220kg/cm2, calculate the factor of safety if the sag of the line is 3.5 m. Assume a

maximum wind pressure of 100 kg/m2.

7 a) Name the different types of insulators used in power systems along with uses of each [8]

insulator and explain pin type insulator in detail.

b) Define string efficiency. Calculate its value for a string of 3 insulator units used if the tail [7]

capacitance of each unit to earth and line be 20% and 5% of the self capacitance of the

unit.

b) What is the effect of low power factor on the generating stations? [7]

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Code No: R31033 R10 Set No. 1

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY

(Common to ME and AME)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Derive the expression for Gyroscopic Couple? [7]

b) A disc with radius of gyration of 60mm and a mass of 4kg is mounted centrally on a [8]

horizontal axle of 80mm length between the bearings. It spins about the axle at 800rpm

counter-clockwise when viewed from the right hand side bearing. The axle processes

about a vertical axis at 50rpm in the clockwise direction when viewed from above.

Determine the resultant reaction at each bearing due to the mass and the gyroscopic effect.

2 a) Derive the expression for coefficient of friction [7]

b) The force required just to move a body on a rough horizontal surface by pulling is 320N [8]

inclined at 300 and by pushing 380N at the same angle. Find the weight of the body and

coefficient of friction.

3 a) Derive the expression for the torque transmitting capacity of a single plate clutch by [7]

considering uniform wear.

b) The inner and outer radii of a single plate clutch are 40mm and 80mm respectively. [8]

Determine the maximum, minimum and average pressure when the axial force is 3kN.

4 a) What is turning movement diagram? Mention its uses [5]

b) Derive the equation K Where K=coefficient of fluctuation of speed, explain [10]

5 a) Derive the expression for the height of Proell governor [5]

b) Calculate the minimum speed of a proell governor, which has equal arms each 20mm and [10]

are pivoted on the axis of rotation. The mass of each ball is 4kg and the central mass on

the sleeve is 20kg. The extension arms of the lower links are each 60mm long and parallel

to the axis when the minimum radius of the ball is 20mm.

6 a) What is the necessity of balancing? [5]

b) Three masses of 8kg, 12kg and 15kg attached at radial distances of 80mm, 100mm [10]

and60mm respectively to a disc on a shaft are in complete balance. Determine the angular

positions of the masses of 12kg and 15kg relative to 8kg mass

7 a) Explain the balancing of outside cylinder locomotive. Develop the expressions for hammer [7]

blow, swaying couple and variation in an tractive effort.

b) A three cylinder radial engine driven by a common crank has the cylinders speed at [8]

1200.The stroke is 100mm, length of the connecting rod 200mm and the reciprocating

mass per cylinder 1.5kg. Calculate the primary and secondary forces at crank shaft speed

of 1500rpm.

8 a) Define free vibrations, forced vibrations and damping. [5]

b) A rigid massless bar of length L is hinged at its ends and carries a spring k2 with mass in [10]

at its right end. The bas is also supported by a spring k1 at a distance from the lift. Hinge

Determine the natural frequency of the bar.

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Code No: R31033 R10 Set No. 2

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY

(Common to ME and AME)

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Define gyroscopic effect on pitching. [7]

b) A ship is pitching through a total angle of 150, the oscillation may be taken as simple [8]

harmonic motion and the complete period is 32sec. The turbine rotor weighs 6 tonnes. Its

radius of gyration is 45cm and it is rotating at 2000rpm. Calculate the maximum value of

gyroscopic couple set up by the rotor. If the rotation of rotor is clockwise looking form left,

in which direction will the bow tend to turn while falling what is the maximum angular

acceleration to which the ship is subjected while pitching?

2 a) Define Friction and explain the various kinds of frictions and laws of friction. [6]

b) A body is to be moved up by an inclined plane by applying a force parallel to the plane [9]

surface. It is found that a force of 3kN is required to just move it up the plane when the

angle of inclination is 100 where as the force needed increases to 4kN hen the angle of

inclination is increased to 150. Determine the weight of the body and coefficient of friction.

3 a) Derive the expression for the torque transmitting capacity of a multi-plate cultch. [7]

b) A multi-plate disc clutch transmits 55kW of power at 1800rpm. Coefficient of friction for [8]

the friction for the friction surface is 0.1. Axial intensity of pressure is not to exceed

160N/m2. The internal radius is 80mm and is 0.7 times the external radius find the number

of plates need to transmit the required torque.

4 A horizontal steam engine 20cm diameter by 40cm stroke, connecting rod 100cm makes [15]

160rpm. The mass of the reciprocating parts is 50kg. When the crank has turned through an

angle of 30 degrees. The steam pressure is 4.5 bar.

(a) Calculate the turning moment of crankshaft.

(b) if the mean resistance torque is 30N-m and the mass of flywheel is 50kg and the radius

of gyration 70cm. Calculate the acceleration of flywheel.

5 a) Derive the expression for speed of porter governor. [7]

b) Each arm of a porter governor is 200mm long and is pivoted on the axis of the governor. [8]

The radil of rotation of the balls at the minimum and maximum speeds are 120mm and

160mm respectively. The mass of the sleeve is 24kg and each ball is 4kg find the range of

speed of governor. Also determine the range of speed if friction at sleeve is 18N

6 Four masses m1,m2,m3 and m4 having 100,175,200 and 25kg fixed to cranks of 20cm radius [15]

and revolve in places 1,2,3 and 4. The angular position of the cranks in planes 2,3 and 4

with respect to the crank in plane 1 are 750,1350 and 2000 taken in the same sense. The

distances of planes 2,3 and 4 from plane 1 are 60cm, 186cm and 24cm respectively.

Determine the position and magnitude of the balance mass at a radius of 60cm in plane L

and M located at the middle of the plane 1 and 2 and the middle of the planes 3 and 4

respectively.

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b) Prove that maximum secondary unbalanced forces are 1/n times maximum primary [10]

unbalanced for n cylinder reciprocating engine.

b) A steel shaft 6cm diameter and 50cm long fixed at one end carries a flywheel of mass [10]

100kg and radius of gyration 30cm at its free end. Find the frequency of free longitudinal

and transverse vibrations.

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Code No: R31033 R10 Set No. 3

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY

(Common to ME and AME)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Differentiate between natural and forced precessions [5]

b) The rotary engine and the propeller of an aircraft weigh 3.6kN and have a radius of [10]

gyration of 35cm. when viewed form the front the engine rotates in the clockwise

direction at 1500rpm. When propelling at 560 m/s the air craft takes a right hand turn on

a circle of 20m radius. Determine the magnitude and direction of the gyroscopic torque

acting on the aircraft.

2 a) Differentiate between static and dynamic friction. [5]

b) An electric motor driven power screw moves a nut in a horizontal plane against a force

of 75kN at a speed of 300mm/min. the screw has a single square thread of 6mm pitch on

a major diameter of 40mm. the coefficient of friction at the screw thread is 0. Estimate

power of the motor.

3 a) Derive the expression for the torque transmitting capacity of a cone clutch by considering [7]

uniform pressure.

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b) A cone clutch with a semi cone angle of 15 transmits 10kW at 600rpm. The normal [8]

pressure intensity between the surfaces in contact is not to exceed 10kN/m2. The width of

the friction surfaces is half of the mean diameter. Assume coefficient of friction as 0.25.

Determine outer and inner diameters of the plate. Width of the cone face and axial force

to engage the clutch.

5 In a spring loaded Hartnell type of governor, the mass of each of the ball is 4kg and the [15]

lift of the sleeve is 40mm. the governor begins to float at 200rpm when the radius of the

ball path is 90mm. the mean working speed of the governor is 16 times the range of

speed when friction is neglected. The lengths of the bil and roller arms of the bell crank

layer are 100mm and 80mm respectively. The pivot center and the axis of governor are

115mm apart. Determine the initial compression of the spring. Taking into account the

obliquity of arms. Assuming the friction at the sleeve to be equivalent to a force of 15N,

determine the total alteration in speed before the sleeve begins to move from the mid

position.

6 a) Derive an expression for balancing of several masses in different planes. [10]

b) What are the effects of partial balancing in locomotives? [5]

7 A three cylinder radial engine driven by a common crank has the cylinders spaced at [15]

1200. The stroke is 100mm, length of the connecting rod 200nn and the reciprocating

mass per cylinder 1.5kg. Calculate the primary and secondary forces at crank shaft speed

of 1500rpm

8 A shaft of 50mm diameter and 3m long it is simply supported at the ends and carries [15]

three masses 100kg. 120kg and 80kg at 1m 1.75m and 2.5m respective from the left

support Taking E=20GN/m2, find the frequency of transverse vibrations using

Rayleigh’s method.

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Code No: R31033 R10 Set No. 4

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY

(Common to ME and AME)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Define gyroscope and give its applications [7]

b) Each wheel of a four wheeled rear engine automobile has a moment of inertial of 2.4 [8]

kgm2 and an effective diameter of 660mm. The rotating parts of the engine have a

moment of inertia of 1.2 kgm2. The gear ratio of engine to the back wheel is 3.1. The

engine axis is parallel to the rear axle and the crankshaft rotates in the same sense as the

road wheels. The mass of the vehicle is 2200kg and the centre of the mass is 550mm

above the road level. The track width of the vehicle is 1.5m. Determine the limiting

speed of the vehicle around a curve with 80m radius so that all the four wheels maintain

contact with the road surface.

2 a) Derive the expression for uniform wear and uniform pressure for flat collar. [7]

b) In a thrust bearing the external and internal diameters of the contacting surfaces are [8]

320mm and 200mm respectively. The total axial load is 80kN and the intensity of

pressure is 350kN/m2. The shaft rotates at 400rpm. Taking the coefficient of friction as

0.06, calculate the power lost in overcoming the friction. Also find the number of collars

require for the bearing.

3 a) Derive the expression for the torque transmitting capacity of a centrifugal clutch by [7]

considering uniform wear.

b) A centrifugal clutch has four shoes which slide radially in a spider keyed to the driving [8]

shaft and make contact with the internal cylindrical surface of a rim keyed to the driven

shaft. When the clutch is at rest, each shoe is pulled against a stop by a spring so as to

leave a radial clearance of 5mm between the v shoe and the rim. The pull exerted by the

spring is then 600N. The mass centre of the shoe is 160mm from the axis of the clutch.

If the internal diameter of the rim is 400mm, the mass of each shoe is 8kg, the stiffness

of each spring is 50N/mm and the coefficient of friction between the shoe and the rim is

0.3 find the power transmitted by the clutch at 500rpm.

4 The torque delivered by two stroke engine represented by T=1000+300 sin2θ-500 cosθ [15]

N-m where θ is the angle made by the crank from IDC. The engine speed is 250rpm.

The mass of flywheel is 400kg and radius of gyration is 400mm. Determine

(i) Total percentage of fluctuation of speed.

(ii) The angular acceleration of flywheel when the crank has rotated through an angle of

600 from IDC

(iii)The maximum angular retardation of flywheel.

5 a) Explain the terms sensitiveness, Hunting, Stability, Effort, Power and isochronisms in [7]

connection with governors.

b) Calculate the speed range of a porter governor, Where each arm is 180mm long and is [8]

pivoted on the axis of rotation. The mass of each ball is 4kg and the central mass on the

sleeve is 18kg. The radius of the ball is 100mm when sleeve begins to rise and 140mm

when at top.

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Code No: R31033 R10

6 a) Distinguish between static balance and dynamic balance with examples. [5]

b) A circular disc mounted on a shaft carries three attached masses of 4kg, 3kg and 2.5kg [10]

at radial distances of 75mm, 85mm and 50mm and at the angular positions of 450, 1350

and 2400 respectively. The angular positions are measured counter clockwise from the

reference line along the x-axis. Determine the amount of the counter mass at a radial

distance of 75mm required for the static balance.

7 The cylinders of a twin V-engine are set at 600 angle with both pistons connected a [15]

single crank through their respective connecting rods. Each connecting rod is 600mm

long and the crank radius is 120mm. The total rotating mass is equivalent to 2kg at the

crank radius and the reciprocating mass is 1.2 kg per piston. A balance mass is also

fitted opposite to the crank equivalent to 2.2kg at radius of 150mm. Determine the

maximum and minimum values of the primary and secondary forces due to inertia of the

reciprocating and rotating masses if the engine speed is 800rpm.

8 A rotor has a mass of 12kg and is mounted midway on a 24mm diameter horizontal [15]

shaft supported at the ends by two bearings. The bearings are 1m apart. The shaft rotates

at 2400rpm. If the centre of mass of the rotor is 0.11mm away from the geometric centre

of the rotor due of a certain manufacturing defect. Find the amplitude of the steady state

vibration and the dynamic force transmitted to the bearing E=200GN/m2.

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Code No: R31043 R10 Set No. 1

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS

(Common to ECE, EIE, BME, ECC)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Explain the basic processes used in silicon planar technology with neat diagram. [8]

b) Write short notes on classification of Integrated circuits. [7]

2 a) With neat diagrams explain the types of feedback configurations available [8]

b) Explain the functions of all the basic building blocks of an op-amp. [7]

b) Write brief notes on op-amp parameters. [7]

instrumentation amplifier. Give its application

b) Discuss about astable multivibrator with an example. [7]

5 a) Explain the Voltage Controlled Oscillator with a neat block diagram. Give its typical [8]

connection diagram and its output waveforms.

b) Design a 1st order LPF and HPF and draw its output response. [7]

6 a) What are the modes of operation of IC555? Derive the expression of time delay of a [8]

monostable multivibrator.

b) With neat block diagram, explain IC566 VCO operation and discuss any two [7]

applications

b) Explain the following characteristics of ADC resolution, accuracy, settling time, [7]

linearity.

(a) Sample & Hold circuits (b) IC 1496 operation (c) four quadrant multiplier.

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Code No: R31043 R10 Set No. 2

LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS

(Common to ECE, EIE, BME, ECC)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Explain about the Photolithography and photo etching. [8]

b) List out electrical characteristics of an op-amp. [7]

b) Analyze the dual input balanced output configuration of differential amplifier using [7]

DC.

3 a) Derive the expression for capture range for PLL where a simple RC network is used [8]

as a LPF.

b) Explain how the input offset voltage compensated for. [7]

b) With the help of a neat circuit diagram explain the working of a logarithmic [7]

amplifier.

5 a) Give the functional block diagram of VCO NE 565 and explain its working and [8]

necessary expression for free running or center frequency.

b) What are the basic blocks preceding an Analog to Digital converter in a typical [7]

application like digital audio recording?

6 a) Draw the R-2 R ladder type DAC and explain its operation. [8]

b) Design and explain triangular wave generator using Schmitt trigger and integrator [7]

circuit.

b) Write brief notes on Balanced modulator. [7]

(a) What is Lithography (b) List the applications of IC 555

(c) Define CMRR, PSRR of op-amp.

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Code No: R31043 R10 Set No. 3

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS

(Common to ECE, EIE, BME, ECC)

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Explain about the epitaxial growth and diffusion. [8]

b) Derive the output voltage of an op - amp based differential amplifier. [7]

b) List out the AC characteristics of an op-amp and discuss about them. [7]

3 a) Derive the expression for capture range for PLL where a simple RC network is used [8]

as a LPF.

b) Draw the circuit diagram of instrumentation amplifier using 741 op - amp and [7]

explain its operation.

4 a) Explain, how to obtain triangular wave using a square wave generator. [7]

b) Give the functional block diagram of NE 565 PLL (DIP) and for the given [8]

components values. C1 = 390PF, C2 = 680PF and R1 = 10k, Vcc = ±6V Find

i. The free running frequency ii. The lock range and capture range

Where C1 is capacitor connected between pin number 9 and -Vcc, C2 is the capacitor

connected between +Vcc and ouput pin 7, and R1 is connected between

pin number 8 and +Vcc.

5 a) Draw the circuit of weighted resistor DAC and derive expression for output analog [10]

voltage Vo.

b) Write brief notes on band pass, band reject filters. [5]

6 a) Explain operation of astable multi-vibrator configured around IC 555 timer and [9]

derive expression for output voltage.

b) Define the following terms as related to DAC: (i). Linearity (ii) Resolution [6]

7 a) What are the different types of multiplexers? Explain logic diagram and truth table of [8]

Dual 4 to 1 line multiplexer.

b) Draw and explain the working of Successive Approximation A/D converter. [7]

8 Write short notes on: (a) Give advantages of Ion implantation [15]

(b) op-amp based positive clipper (c) CMRR of op-amp.

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Set No. 4

Code No: R31043 R10

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS

(Common to ECE, EIE, BME, ECC)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Briefly explain the various types of IC packages. Mention the criteria for selecting an [8]

IC package.

b) Write and explain about DC coupling and cascaded differential amplifier stages. [7]

b) Write ideal and practical specifications of 741 op-amp. [7]

b) Draw the integrator of 741 op-amp and explain its operation. [7]

4 a) What is level translator circuit? Why is it used with cascaded differential amplifier? [8]

b) Draw and explain about Logarithmic amplifiers? [7]

5 a) Describe PLL with block diagram. Also discuss applications of PLL in phase detector [8]

and voltage controlled oscillator.

b) Design a lowpass filter with a cutoff frequency of 1 kHz and with a passband gain of 2. [7]

6 Draw and explain an application in which the 555 timer can be used as Astable [15]

multivibrator.

7 a) Discuss with circuit diagram operation of square and triangular wave generator. [8]

b) Draw and explain about counter type ADC. [7]

8 a) Draw the circuit diagram of Balanced modulates and explain its operation. [8]

b) Draw and explain sample and hold amplifiers in detail. [7]

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Code No: R31053 R10 Set No. 1

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES

(Common to CSE, IT)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) What is hashing? Discuss about the Rehashing methods with examples [8]

b) What is skip lists? Discuss with examples. [7]

b) Write an algorithm for inserting an element into 2-3 Tree. [7]

3 a) Explain about the procedure for inserting an element into the Heap. [8]

b) Write an algorithm for creating a heap. [7]

5 a) What is spanning Tree? Explain the procedure for obtaining the minimum cost spanning [8]

tree using Prim’s algorithm.

b) Write an algorithm for obtaining the minimum cost spanning tree using prim’s algorithm. [7]

314, 726, 534,1 12, 378, 299, 101, 869, 8, 3, 6, 27

b) Compare different sorting methods. [7]

b) Discuss about Multiway trie. Explain its applications. [7]

a) Opening files [5]

b) Fixed length buffers [5]

c) Program for display file contents on screen [5]

*****

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Code No: R31053 R10 Set No. 2

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES

(Common to CSE, IT)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 What is hash function? Discuss about different hashing functions. [15]

34, 67, 23, 15, 45, 37, 28, 9, 13.

b) Explain about the deletion procedure in 2-3 Tree. [7]

b) Explain about lazy Binomial Queues. [7]

b) Explain about the operations of graphs. [5]

5 a) What is spanning Tree? Explain the procedure for obtaining the minimum cost [8]

spanning tree using Kruskal’s algorithm.

b) Write an algorithm for obtaining the minimum cost spanning tree using Kruskal’s [7]

algorithm.

34, 76, 54, 12, 38, 29, 11, 89, 8, 3, 6, 27

b) Write an algorithm for heap sort. [7]

b) Discuss about patricia with examples. [7]

a) Fixed field buffers [5]

b) Opening and closing files [5]

c) Program for copy one file contents into another file [5]

*****

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Code No: R31053 R10 Set No. 3

III B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, May/June - 2015

ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES

(Common to CSE, IT)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 What is closed hashing? How to analyze the time complexity for closed hashing. [15]

2 a) What is AVL tree? Is rotations are necessary for AVL tree? Discuss about them. [8]

b) Write a program for inserting an element into the AVL tree. [7]

b) Write an algorithm for deleting an element from the binary heap. [7]

b) Write a non recursive procedure for Depth first search. [10]

b) Write an algorithm for warshall’s. [7]

34, 76, 54, 12, 38, 29, 11, 89, 8, 3, 6, 27

b) Write an algorithm for merge sort. [7]

a) Writing file contents [5]

b) Record organization [5]

c) Special characters in files [5]

*****

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Code No: R31053 R10 Set No. 4

ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES

(Common to CSE, IT)

Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

*****

1 a) Discuss about Hash Table Restructuring. [8]

b) Give the analysis procedure for the successful search and unsuccessful search in

closed hashing.

[7]

2 a) What is height balanced tree? Give examples for constructing the height balanced tree. [8]

b) Write an algorithm for deleting an element from an AVL tree.

[7]

3 a) What is Binomial Queue? What are the operations of binomial Queue? Discuss. [8]

b) Discuss the amortized analysis of Binomial queues.

[7]

4 a) What is BFS? Give examples [5]

b) Write a non recursive procedure for Breadth first search.

[10]

5 Discuss about different algorithms used for obtaining the minimum cost spanning tree

with examples.

[15]

6 a) Sort the following elements using the quick sort

34, 76, 54, 12, 38, 29, 11, 89, 8, 3, 6, 27 [8]

b) Write an algorithm for quick sort.

[7]

7 a) Discuss about Boyer-Moore algorithm. [8]

b) Explain about digital search trees.

[7]

8 Explain about the following

a) Reading file contents [5]

b) Field organization [5]

c) Special characters in files [5]

*****

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Code No: R0401/R05

LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS

(Electronics & Communication Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

1. Explain in detail all the dc and ac characteristics of an ideal op - amp with relevant

expressions. [16]

2. (a) Define the following for a given op - amp;

i. CMRR

ii. PSRR

iii. Slew rate

iv. Input Offset voltage.

(b) Discuss the Pole - Zero and Dominant pole compensation techniques for an

op - amp. [8+8]

3. (a) Draw a neat circuit diagram of an integrator circuit. Explain its functioning

with the input output waveforms.

(b) Derive the output voltage Vo of an integrator circuit. [8+8]

4. (a) Analyze the behavior of an analog phased detector through necessary circuit

diagram, waveforms, mathematical expressions and characteristic curves.

(b) Design an op - amp based relaxation oscillator and derive the frequency of

oscillation. [8+8]

5. (a) An ideal LPF having fh = 5kHz is cascaded with HPF having fl = 4.8kHz.

Sketch the frequency response of the cascaded filter.

(b) Design a Ist order LPF for a high cut off frequency of 2kHz and pass band

gain of 2. [10+6]

6. (a) Explain the significance of each of comparators and operation of 555 timer.

(b) Explain the application of 555 timer as linear ramp generator. [10+6]

7. (a) In which type of Analog to Digital converter, a Digital to Analog converter is

used? Explain its operation in detail.

(b) List important specifications of Analog to Digital converter and Digital to

Analog converters indicating their typical values. [8+8]

8. (a) Explain the function of a typical adjustable voltage regulator. How can you

increase the current driving capacity of the regulator?

(b) Describe the principle of working of a balanced modulator using op - amp.

Give the applications of it. [6+10]

?????

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