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MB = 10 × 5 = 50 kN-m

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Q.2

Among the given failure theories, which one is most conservative failure theory for ductile material.

Maximum principal stress theory

Maximum shear stress theory

Maximum shear strain energy theory

Maximum strain energy theory

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Q.3

A disc of radius R has a hole of radius R/2 as shown in figure.

The distance of the centroid of the remaining disc from the origin is

R/6

R/4

–R/6

(3R)/4

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Solution

XC =

A1 =

A2 =

X1 = 0

X2 =

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Q.4

Two-dimensional velocity field is given by u = 2y2, v = 3x, w = 0. What is the local and convective acceleration at (x, y, z) = (1, 2, 0)?

None of these

Solution

V=

Total acceleration, a =

Local acceleration =

Convective acceleration

ax = = 2y2 × 0 + 3x × 4y + 0 = 12xy

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ay =

= 2y2 (3) + (3x) (0) + (0) (0) = 6y2

Connective acceleration at (1, 2, 0) = 12 × (1) × (2)

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Q.5

The equivalent length of stepped pipelines shown in figure, can be expressed in terms of the length ‘L’ as:

66.05 L

66.00 L

65.10 L

64.00 L

Solution

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Leq =

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Q.6

If the diameter of a pipe is doubled, what effect does this have on the flow rate for a given head loss if the flow is laminar?

increases by a factor of 4

increases by a factor of 8

increases by a factor of 1

increases by a factor of 16

Solution

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So, hL

For a given head loss,

Q2 =

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Q.7

Two geometrically similar pumps (D1/D2) have diameter ratio of 1.6 and ratio of their speed in rpm) N1/N2 is 0.5. Determine the ratio of

their power

Solution

From similarity we know

=(1.6)5 × (0.5)3

=1.310

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Q.8

In a cotter joint, the width of the cotter at the centre is 50 mm and its thickness is 12 mm. The load acting on the cotter is 60 kN. What is
the shearing stress developed in the cotter?

120 N/mm2

100 N/mm2

75 N/mm2

50 N/mm2

Solution

Shearing stress developed in cotter joint is based on double shear of cotter joint.

=50 N/mm2

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Q.9

For the circular tube of equal length and diameter shown below, the view factor F13 is 0.17. The view factor F21 in this case will be

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0.5

0.21

0.79

0.83

Solution

Given,

F13=0.17

A1 is a plane surface

F11=0

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Summation of view factor in an

enclosure.

F11 + F12 + F13 = 1

F12=1 – F11 – F13

F12=1 – 0 – 0.17

By reciprocity theorem:

F12 × A1=A2 × F21

F21=0.21

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Q.10

A source at a temperature of 600 K provides 1200 kJ of heat. The temperature of environment is 27°C. The maximum useful work (in kJ)
that can be obtained from the heat source is ____.

Solution

Maximum useful work =

=600 kJ

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Q.11

In a network, what is total float equal to ?

where, LFT=Latest Finish time of an activity.

EST=Earliest start time of an activity

ti–j=time of activity i – j

i=Tail event

j=Head event

Solution

Total float denotes the a particular acitivity can be delayed without delyaing the expected project completion time

Total Float =LFTj – EFTj

TF=LFTj –

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Q.12

The degrees of freedom of the linkage shown in the figure below is

Solution

Number of links are marked in the figure below :

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l, number of links = 6

j, number of binary joints=7 (all joints are binary joints)

h, number of higher pair=0

Degree of freedom=F = 3(l –1) – 2j – h

F=3 (6 – 1) – 2 × 7 – 0

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Q.13

In one of the inversion of a double-slider crank mechanism which is known as elliptical trammel as shown in the figure below :

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The link connecting the two sliders is AB. The equation of a curve traced by the centre point of AB is

Ellipse

Straight line

Circle

Hyperbola

Solution

Let the length of link AB be L

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x= cos .....(i)

y= sin .....(ii)

=1

=1

Equation of circle

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Q.14

The sales price of a certain item is Rs. 20/- and the variable cost of Rs. 4/- gives a break even quantity of 3400 units. If the variable cost
during a cost cutting plan is reduced to Rs 3/-. Then the new break even order quantity will be _______ units.

The sales price and variable cost given in the problem are per unit item.

Solution

For break even point :

xBEP=

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Q.15

Which one of the following is NOT a property of a sand mould?

Permeability

Collapsibility

Strength

Fluidity

Solution

Fluidity is the property of molten metal.

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Q.16

Match List-I (controller) with List-II (their characteristics and function) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the list.

List-I (Controller)

A.Sequential control

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B.Programmable logic control

C.Automatic adaptive control

D.Numerical control

List-II (Characteristics and functions)

1.Solid state device with central processing unit interacting with input and output devices to monitor motion.

2.Uses prerecorded written symbolic instruction.

3.Identifies on line performance of an operation, compares it with expected value and automatically adjust one or more parameters to
improve the process.

4.Based on electromechanical devices to control machine’s motion

Codes:

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Q.17

In a 2-D CAD package, clockwise circular arc passes through P1(4, 4) and its centre lies at (6, 4), then any point P2 on the circle will have
its co-ordinate at

2, 4

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0, 4

6, 6

6, 8

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Q.18

In nodular iron, graphite is present in the form of

Free carbon

Flakes

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Cementite

Spheres

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Q.19

For rhombohedral structure, the lattice parameters are

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Q.20

If a shaft of mm size is to be fit with a hole of then the allowance in mm is

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+0.1

–0.1

+0.07

–0.07

Solution

Allowance = smallest hole – largest shaft = (1.48 – 0.05) – (1.5 + 0.03) = – 0.1 mm.

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Q.21

Balu sold two TV sets, one at 10% profit and other at 10% loss. Find his overall profit/loss% if he sold both the sets at the same price.

loss of 1%

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Profit of 1%

Loss of 10%

Profit of 20%

Solution

When two items are sold at the same selling price with one being sold at x% profit and the other being sold at x% loss, on the overall a loss

is always made and the overall loss % is given by . As Balu sold both TV sets at the same price and x = 10, he must have made

an overall loss of

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Q.22

The ratio of the salaries of A and B is 2: By what percentage is B’s salary greater than A’s salary ?

6%

7%

8%

Solution

Let the salary of A be 2x

Salary of B = Rs

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The salary of B is more than the salary of A by × 100 = 7 %

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Q.23

X is twice as fast as Y and hence takes 30 days less than Y to complete a job. Find the time taken by X and Y together to complete it?

20 days

15 days

16 days

18 days

Solution

Let the time taken by X to complete the job be x days

Time taken by Y to complete the job = 2x days

x = 2x – 30 x = 30

Time taken by X and Y together to complete it = days

=20 days

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Q.24

The probabilities of A, B and C solving a problem are and respectively. If all the three try to solve the problem simultaneously,

find the probability that exactly one of them will solve it.

Solution

P(A) = , P (not A) =

P(B) = P(not B) =

P(C) = P(not C) =

Probability that only one will solve the problem = P(A) and P(not B) and P(not C) + P(not A) and P(B) and P(not C) + P(not A) and P(not B)
and P(C).

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Q.25

A train overtakes two persons, cycling at 9 km/h and 18 km/h in 40 and 48 seconds respectively. Find its length and speed

600 m, 63 km/hr

500 m, 36 km/hr

550 m, 48 km/hr

700 m, 83 km/hr

Solution

Let l be length of train in (m) and s km/hr be the speed

l=

l=

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Q.26

Let f(x) = then

doesn’t exist

f(x) is continuous at

f(x) is not continuous at x = 0, but limit exists

f(x) is differentiable at x = 0

Solution

=1

Since , hence limit doesn’t exist.

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Q.27

z= , where f is differentiable, then

Solution

= .... (1)

= .... (2)

Now =

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The value of the I = by Simpsons rule, taking n = 3, is, upto 3 decimal places:

9.891

11.564

10.153

10.791

Solution

Let f(x)=

Thus I =

h=2

I=

= 10.791

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Q.29

The rank of matrix,

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A= is

Solution

Given matrix is

Apply

Apply

Now since the echelon from of matrix has two non-zero rows. Hence rank (A) = 2.

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Q.30

Out of 800 families with 5 children each, number of families expected to have exactly 2 boys is :

300

150

180

250

Solution

P (for exactly 2 boys) =

=0.3125

Thus the number of families out of 800, 800 × 0.3125 = 250 families will have exactly two boys.

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Q.31

A cylinder of radius R and mass m is kept vertically on a rough surface. It is to be rotated about vertical axis by applying a torque We
wish to calculate when the cylinder is about to rotate (see figure). The coefficient of friction between the cylinder and the surface is µ.

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To be able to rotate the cylinder, we have to overcome the frictional resistance. To calculate friction, Let us consider a ring of radius ‘r’ and
thickness ‘dr’.

df =

dN =

df =

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Total torque due to friction is

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Q.32

In a simply supported beam a UDL of 5 kN/m is acting. Find the major principle stress at point A in the given fig.

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Solution

Shear force V at A = 25 – 2.5 × 5 = 12.5 kN

bending moments M = 25 × 2.5 – = 46.875 kNm

Shear stress

= = 0.37 MPa

= = 6.96 MPa

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Q.33

A cantilever beam of variable cross-section is given below. If the unit wt. of beam is than what will be the shear force at fixed
end due to self weight.

1x

2x

1.5x

where x =

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Dx =

Shear force at Fixed end = Total wt. of beam

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Q.34

The design of machine element needs a 40 mm diameter solid shaft to deliver 50 kW at 720 rpm. Find the max shear stress for the shaft.
If the speed of rotation is increased to 1080 rpm to deliver the same power, determine the inner dia of a hollow shaft of 40mm outer dia for
a max shear stress same as that of solid shaft.

44.7 N/mm2, 24.5 mm

46.7 N/mm2, 25.8 mm

52.7 N/mm2, 30.4 mm

52.7 N/mm2, 25.8 mm

Solution

P=

T = Torque on the shaft =

Max. shear stress, fs =

For Hollow shaft P = 50 kW, d1 = 40m, fs = 52.77 N/mm2, d2 = ?, N = 1080 rpm

Torque on the shaft =

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52.73 =

k=0.759

d=D × k

=40 × 0.759

=30.38 mm

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Q.35

What is the volume of an object that weighs 4N in water and 5N in an alcohol of S.G. 0.80?

5 × 10–4 m3

4.5 × 10–3 m3

5 × 10–3 m3

4.5 × 10–4 m3

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A two-dimensional dipole source at the origin produces steady incompressible flow with stream function

What is the direction of motion of a fluid particle at the point x = 6, y = 4?

At angle of arctan (–1.2) with positive x-axis

At angle of arctan (–2.4) with positive x-axis

At angle of arctan (2.4) with positive x-axis

At angle of arctan (1.2) with positive x-axis

Solution

Along the streamline = constant through the given point,

{(x2 + y2)} dy – 2xydx – 2y2 dy = 0

{(x2 – y2)} dy = 2xy dx

At point (6, 4)

= tan–1 (2.4)

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Q.37

Using the venturimeter below, what will be the mass flow rate (in kg/s) of the water through the pipe at B ( = 1000 kg/m3)

Solution

50=

50=

VB=10.72 m/s

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m=

=757.75 kg/s

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Q.38

Activity data of a PERT network is shown below :

What is the probability (in %) of completion of project in 30 days?

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Expected project duration = 31.167 days

Critical path = A – E – G – H

= 1.518 = 1.52

Z= = –0.768

Probability from table =

= 22.153%

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Q.39

A Kaplan turbine has runner diameter of 4m and hub diameter of 1.5 m. Flow velocity is 5.5 m/s, power developed in the turbine is 11772
kW. If the turbine rotates at 210 rpm and overall efficiency is 0.85%, determine the speed ratio at outer tip.

1.98

2.04

3.86

4.16

Solution

Discharge (Q)=

=59.39 m3/sec.

Power (P)=

H=

=23.77

Peripheral speedU1=

=43.982

Speed ratio (ku)=

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Q.40

For an eccentrically loaded riveted joint as shown in fig. If the area of each rivet is 600 mm2. Then the maximum shear stress in the rivet is
(The distance between centres of each adjacent rivet is 50 mm)

60 MPa

80 MPa

100 MPa

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120 MPa

Solution

Centre of gravity of group of rivets is midway between 2 and 3 as the rivets are symmetric.

Eccentricity of load=e = 50 + 50 +

e=125 mm

Load is Eccentric TSL about CG.

Hence will produce a direct shear stress and a twisting moment.

Primary or direct shear stress

Where, ‘n’ is no. of rivets.

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Twisting or secondary shear stress is max for (i) & (iv)

=75 MPa

and for rivet are in same direction

=100 MPa

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Q.41

A double pipe counter flow heat exchanger is to be designed to cool 12000kg/hr of an oil of specific heat 1.95 kJ/kgK from 85ºC to 55ºC by
water entering the heat exchanger at 30ºC and leaving at 45ºC. If the OHTC of heat exchanger is 400W/m2K. The surface area of the
heat exchanger is_____m2.

Solution

moil =12000 kg/hr

C0=1.95 kJ/kg-K

T01=85ºC,T02 = 55ºC

Tw1=30ºC,Tw2 = 45ºC

U0=400 W/m2 – K

=85 – 45 = 40ºC

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=55 – 30 = 25ºC

LMTD=

Heat transfer,

Q=U0A LMTD.

moil × C0 T0 = U0A LMTD.

A=

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Q.42

An electric hot plate is maintained at a temperature of 350ºC, and is used to keep a solution boiling at 95ºC the solution is contained in
cast iron vessel of wall thickness 25 mm, which is enamelled inside to a thickness of 0.8 mm. the heat transfer coefficient for the boiling
solution is 5.5 kW/m2K and the thermal conductivities of cast iron and enamel are 50 and 1.05 W/mK, respectively. The rate of heat
transfer per unit area is ________W/m2.

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Solution

hw = 5.5 kW/m2-K

ki=50 W/m-K

ke=1.05 W/m-K

Li=25 mm

Le=0.8 mm

Equivalent thermal resistance,

Rth=

Rth =

Rth=

Overall heat transfer coefficient,

U=

U=

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=U

q=692.65 × (350 – 95)

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Q.43

A Brayton cycle (air standard) has a pressure ratio of 4 and inlet conditions of one standard atmosphere pressure and 27°C. The air
flow rate (in kg/sec) required for 100 kW power output if the maximum temperature in the cycle is 1000°C is_____. (Assume =1.4
and Cp = 1.0 kJ/kg-K).

Solution

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Q.44

A punching machine carries out 6 holes per minute. Each hole of 42 mm diameter in 32 mm thick plate requires 10 N-m of energy/mm2 of
sheared area. The punch has a stroke of 100 mm. The mean speed of flywheel is 20m/s. If total fluctuation of speed is not to exceed 3%
of the mean speed, the mass of flywheel (in kg) is ________.

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Given, d = 42 mm, t = 32mm, Vmean = 20 m/s, Cs = 0.03

Ehole=10×sheared area

=42223

Pmotor=Energy required/sec

=Ehole × no. of holes/sec.

=4222.3 W

As 6 holes punched in one minute, time required to punch one hole is 10s.

The punch travel a distance of 200 mm (upstroke + down stroke) in 10 seconds.

Actual time required to punch a hole in 32mm

Thick plate =

Energy supplied by fly wheel) =

=42223 – 4222.3×1.6

=35467.32 N-m

=35467.32

m=

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Q.45

Maximum work obtainable from two identical finite bodies of heat capacity cp J/K, if temperature of one body is 900 K while that of the
other is 225 K is (in joules)

225 cP

450 cP

600 cP

6000 cP

Solution

Let us assume a engine operated by the two bodies to give work output.

For Work to be maximum the engine should be reversible.

Let the final temperature of bodies be Tf when the engine will stop working.

Since the fluid in engine will undergo a cycle the change in entropy of engine fluid i.e. system will be zero.

S1, entropy change of body at T1

=cP ln J/K...............(1)

S2, entropy change of body at T2

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= cP ln J/K...............(2)

for reversible process=

+ S1 + S2=0

0 + cP ln ln =0

Tf=

Wmax= Q1 – Q2

Wmax=

Wmax=

Substituting values of T1 & T2

Wmax=225 cP Joules

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Q.46

A solid metal alloy ball of 0.1 m diameter at a temperature of 250°C is cooled to atmospheric temperature of 25°C. The density of alloy is
5000 kg/m3 & specific heat is 1.2 kJ/kgK. The irreversibility associated with the process is

180.3 kJ

346.3 kJ

526.6 kJ

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1233.5 kJ

Solution

Volume of ball=

Mass of ball= × Vol

=2.618 kg

For solid & liquids, = (Volume constant for solids & liquids)

=m c ln

=2.618 × 1.2 ln

=– 1.7671 kJ/K...(1)

=2.3720 kJ/K...(2)

Irreversibility =T0

I=298 [–1.761 + 2.3720]

I=180.3 kJ

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Q.47

In an epicyclic gear train shown below :

Gear A has 150 teeth, while gear B and D have 30 and 25 teeth respectively.

The number of teeth on gear C is___________.

Solution

DA=DB + 2DC + 2DD

module=

T=

For meshing gears module is same

TA=TB + 2TC + 2TD

TC=

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Q.48

A vibratory system is shown in figure below. The flexural rigidity of the light cantilever beam is EI. The frequency of small vertical vibrations
of mass m is

Solution

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Deflection of cantilever beam at free end due to weight of mass.

= ….....(i)

Deflection of spring due to weight of mass

= ....…(ii)

Total static deflection of mass m

Using Rayleigh method for spring mass system

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Q.49

A shopkeeper serves 8 customer/hour and customer arrival rate is 5 per hour. What is the probability that at least 3 customers are
waiting in the queue?

0.391

0.244

0.153

0.091

Solution

=5

=8

Probability of at least 3 customers waiting in queue is equal to probability of 4 or more customers in system.

P(4)=1 – P0

Where,P0=

P(4)=

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Q.50

A wide strip is rolled to a final thickness of 3mm with a reduction of 30 percent. The roll radius is 50 cm, then the angle of bite in radian is

2.9

0.05

4.1

0.07

Solution

From

= …(i)

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% Reduction =

30=

=0.3

h0=

...(ii)

=2.9°

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Q.51

A shielded metal arc welding operation is performed on low C–steel plate at a voltage = 25 volts and a current = 200 A. The heat transfer
efficiency = 0.9 and the melting efficiency = 0.75.

The unit melting energy for any material is given by

U = KT3, K = 3.33 × 10–6 J/mmK2

T = melting point is kelvin

If the melting point of low C-steel is 1487°C, then the volume rate of metal welded in mm3/s is

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458.36

327.2

458.6

3272.3

Solution

Unit energy required for metal = 3.33 × 10–6 × (1487 + 273)2 = 10.315 J/mm3.

Total energy available for welding

=200 × 25 × 0.9 × 0.75

=3375 J/s

Volume rate of metal welded =

=327.19 mm3/s

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Q.52

In gas welding the types of light produced during welding is

infrared and ultraviolet

visible and ultraviolet

infrared and visible

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visible, infrared and ultraviolet

Solution

Not available for now!

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Q.53

Two cylindrical casting solidifies in identical condition, first cylinder is having diameter is to height ratio 1 whereas second cylinder is
having diameter is to height ratio 2. If the cross-sectional area ratio of first cylinder is to second cylinder is 1:2. Then the solidification time
ratio between first and second cylinder is

Solution

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D1=H1

=2

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Q.54

A cutting operation is performed under the followings conditions:

Specific cutting power = 2W/(mm3/s)

Cutting speed = 40 m/min

Feed = 0.35 mm/rev

Depth of cut = 4mm

Cutting fluid: flow rate Q = 6 lit/min,

specific heat capacity Cp = 3.56 kJ/kg°C.

Assuming that 90% of the heat generated is conducted to coolant, calculate the temperature rise of coolant in °C.

4.92

0.082

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5.46

0.091

Solution

Specific cutting power =

2=

P=

=1.866 × 103W

Heat balance

=0.9 × P

=0.9 × 1.866 × 103

=4.91°C

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An ECM operation is performed to cut a hole into aluminium that is 15mm thick. The hole has a rectangular cross 15 mm × 20mm. The
ECM operation will be accomplished at a current = 1200 A, efficiency is expected to be 90%. The time required to cut through the plate in
sec is (Take Z = 3, , atomic weight, A = 27 g/mol for aluminium)

134.02

2.23

2.01

120.62

Solution

Q=

Q=

ag × fr=

15 × 20 ×fr=

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fr=0.124 mm/s

Time required to machine the hole =

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Q.56

Tarun bought 2 shirts, 4 trousers and 5 pairs of shoes for Rs 3600. Had he bought 6 shirts, 5 trousers and 15 pairs of shoes, his total
expenditure would have been Rs 8700. Find the price of each trouser.

200

300

800

500

Solution

Let the prices of each shirt, each trouser and each pair of shoe be Rs x, Rs y, Rs z respectively.

2x + 4y + 5z = 3600...(1)

6x + 5y + 15z = 8700...(2)

Multiply (1) by 3 and subtracting (2) from it;

7y = 2100

y = 300

Hence, price of one trouser is 300 Rs.

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Q.57

In a certain code language if the word ‘DOMESTIC’ is coded as HOMEXTSC, then how will you code the word ‘EXECUTIVE’ in that
language ?

JXOCFTSVD

JXEIFTSVD

JXOCUTSVD

JXOCTFSVI

Solution

Similarly, the word ‘EXECUTIVE’ is coded as ‘JXOCFTSVD’.

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Q.58

A clock is set to show the correct time at 10 a.m. The clock losses 12 min in a day. What will be the appropriate time when watch indicates
5 pm on the next day ?

4 : 35 p.m

4 : 55 p.m

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4 : 45 p.m

4 : 50 p.m

Solution

Time from 10 a.m to 5 p.m next day = 31 hours.

Clock looses 12 min. in 24 hr

In 31 hr, it will loose min = 15.5 min.

At 5 pm next day it will show, 5 pm – 15 min.

= 4:45 pm

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Q.59

A sum triples in 4 years under compound interest at a certain rate of interest, interest being compounded annually. Find the time it would
take to become 9 times itself ?

Solution

Let the sum of Rs P, triple in 4 years at R% p.a.

= 3P

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= 3...(1)

Let it take K years to become 9 times

=9P

=9…(2)

From (1) and (2)

3k/4 = 32 =2

K=8

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Q.60

In a 1200 m race, Ram beats Shyam by 300 m. In the same race, Shyam beats Tarun by 400 m. Find the distance by which Ram beats
Tarun.

500 m

400 m

600 m

300 m

Solution

Let the speeds of Ram, Shyam and Tarun be r m/sec, s m/sec and t m/sec

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By the time Ram covers 1200 m, Tarun covers 600 m.

Ram beats Tarun by (1200 – 600).

i.e. by 600 m

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equals

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I=

Now changing the order of integration

I=

I=

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Q.62

= , where Then the particular solution of the given differential equation is :

Solution

Let Pl be the particular solution, then

PI =

PI =

PI =

PI =

PI =

PI=

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PI=

PI=

PI=

PI=

PI=

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Q.63

I= , where + , C is straight line from to . Then I equals_______.

Solution

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=0

Hence is a conservative field.

Hence the integral is independent of the path, so integrating first from to then to and then to , we get

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Q.64

Let A be a 3×3 upper triangular matrix whose diagonal entries are 1, 2 and –3. Then A-1 equals, where I is an identity matrix.

Solution

In case of upper triangular matrix, the eigen values of the matrix are its diagonal elements.

Then let , ,

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=0

=–6

So the characteristic equation of the matrix is

– =0

Where is any eigen value of the matrix,

So by Cayley-Hamilton theorem,

=0

Thus A-1=

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Q.65

Box I contains 3red and 2 blue marbles while box II contains 2red and 8 blue marbles. A fair coin is tossed. If the coin turns up heads a
marble is chosen from Box I; If it turns up tails a marble is chosen from Box II. Then the probability that a red marble is chosen, is

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Solution

Let R be the event that red marble is chosen, I be event that box I is chosen and II be event that box II is chosen.

Thus P (R) =

= P(I)P(R/I) + P(II)P(R/II)

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