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Answer Keys

1

D

2

C

3

B

4

 

B A

5

 

6

B

7

A

8

B

9

B

10

B

11

A 12

 

B

13

D

14

D

15

D

16

D

17

C

18

62.12

19

0.2

20

21.19

21

2.67

22

793.6

23

C

24

B

25

A

26

 

B 27

B

28

D

29

C

30

23.8

31

C

32

C

33

 

A 34

24

35

500

36

0.818

37

90 38

 

1.25

39

C

40

 

B 41

B

42

B

43

C

44

 

A 45

A

46

C

47

111

48

824

49

1150

50

0.125

51

264

52

C

53

C

54

D

55

D 56

 

D

57

A 58

 

A

59

C

60

B

61

C

62

A 63

 

B

64

A 65

 

D

                   

Explanations:-

1.

2.

Since, scalar matrix ‘A’ of order ‘n’ has ‘n’ eigen values, all are equal.

It has 'n' linearly independent eigen vectors as rank of [A I] 0

h y 1  y  2   f(x ,y )  f(x ,y
h
y 1
y
2
 
f(x ,y )
f(x ,y )  
p
0
0
0
1
1
p

f(x,y)=3x 2 y, h=0.1, y 0 =1, x 0 =0

The value of y after the first step is

1.0015wherey y hf(x ,y ) 1

1

0

0

0

3.

2

Velocityv(t) r(t) 3t i j2tk

4.

dy dz

az

5

where v

bz

z

4

0

 

z

5

dy dz

z

4

b



dv

dy

( 4b)v

 

a

4ais alinear equation

6.

The normal stress, on planes of maximum shear stress is equal to average of

x,y

 

n

x

sin

2



y

sin

2

2

 

xy

sin

cos

 45

Maximum shear stressplaneis at

 

n

80

1

2

20

1

2

2

25

1

2

25

o

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18.

19.

20.

Pendulum mass = 50gms; Time period = 0.5sec. g = 9.81 x 10 3 mm/sec 2

T

=

2

0.5 = 0.5 =

2

l 9.81x10 3
l
9.81x10
3

l

 

62.12mm

P

 

200

z

x

x

N

m

2

;

dv

v

0.001

K

 

26.2

26

0.8

0.25

P

200

dv

0.001

v

2

5

10 N / m

2

0.2MPa

The area corresponding to this value from the table is 0.7881. So the shaded area is 1 0.7881 = 0.2119. So 21.19% will be the probability for dimension more than 26.2mm.

21.

22.

26.

27.

A s = 200mm 2 ;

V = 10 6 mm 3

Pouring time T =

A

g

200mm

2

Vol

A

g

* vel

; vel

2gh
2gh

10

6

T

200 x

2x10000x175

= 2.67sec

 0.2 25 100  10 3  0.1  ; y=  0.1mm; R=
 0.2
25
100
10
3 
0.1
; y=
0.1mm; R=
0.1
12.6mm

=
y
2
2
12.6

E

R

given that d=0.4

Required prob = P(x>2)

   

1

1

P(x

P(x

2)

0)

P(x

1)

P(x

2)  

e

0.9921

e

0.4

(0.4)

0

 

1

0.4

0!

(1.48)

0.0079

1

1

e

0.4

(0.4)

1

1!

e

0.4

(0.4)

2

2!

793.6MPa

x

x

2

4

2

x

 

2, 4

A

4

2

 A

x

x

x

2

x

1

4

x

2

2

dx

18

' y ' of upper curve '

y ' of lower curve

2, 2 4, 8 y  x 2 2
2, 2
4, 8
y  x
2
2

y x 4

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28. The singularities are z = 3i, -2i lies outside the square

Value of integral = 0, using Cauchy’s integral theorem.

t

29. te

0

4t

cos3tdt

L

30. Workdone / cycle

Workdone / cycle

 

T mean

t cos3t

 

s

4

 

ds d    s

s

 9  

2

s

4

7

625

P  60 5000  60  N 2000 2 T  300 mean T
P
60
5000
60
N 2000
2
T

300
mean
T
 
4
300
mean
300
23.87 N

4

300 J / cycle

m

31.

33.

P=wQH

0.89

9810

1500

3600

24

87.309KW

N P 480  5238.540    84.43 s 5 5 H 4 24
N P
480
5238.540
84.43
s 5
5
H
4
24
4

N

No. of turbines = 5 Prototype P a = 68000HP N a = 105rpm H a = 65m

Model Q m = 417litre/sec H m = 4m

 a  91% P 68000  0.7457   a  0.91  a
a  91%
P
68000
 0.7457
 
a
0.91 
a
W
Q
H
9810xQ x65
; Q a = 0.0873m 3 /s = 87385litre/s
a
a
a
Q
a 87385
 17477 litre / s
No. of turbines
5
;
2
Q xN
x N
2
17477x 105
417xN
2
a
2 Q m
a
m
m
3
3
3
3
H
2
H
2
65
2

4
2
a
m
D
xN
D
xN
a
a
m
m
N m = 84 rpm;
H
H
a
m
84
65
1
or 0.31
D a  3.22
3.22
D
m 105
4
; Hence model diameter is
times of

34.

prototype

Using continuity equation at the inlet and outlet of the tube, we have

A 1 V 1 = A 2 V 2 ;

V

2

A V

1

1

A

2

100

 

25

 

2

x1.5 24m / s

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35.

36.

37.

38.

41.

42.

43.

R = 20000 units per year, C O = Rs100/order C C = 0.25/unit/year;

Ordering cost =

RC C O C 2
RC C
O
C
2

20000x100x0.25 2
20000x100x0.25
2

Rs.500 / year

10 , 27.75 , t 0.4mm

1

0

0

t

1

sin

t

2

cos



t

2

t

1

cos



sin

=

0.4cos 27.75

10

sin 27.75

0.818mm

Indicated power of I cylinder = 9 4.25 = 4.75kW Indicated power of II cylinder = 9-3.75 = 5.25kW

Total Indicated power = 10kW;

BP IP

10 9

mech

x100 90%

T

2

COP ref = 4 =

T

1

T T

2

1 T  T T 1  1 2  1   1 1
1
T
T
T
1
1
2
1
 
1
1
 
1
1.25
COP
T
T
T
4
2
2
2
h a = 1 x
 x
x
1
x
2
dx
1
2x
1
1
x
2
2x
2
2h
0
=
x
; h a = 2h x
0

Since the hole is drilled laterally, we need to take the projection of cylindrical hole

on the cross-sectional plane which is

d

  4

d

 

Maxim um loa d,

P



yield

Min. area of cross sec tion

(



1) d

4

2



0.

535d

2

Soderberg criterian

m

 

v

1

y

e

FoS

 
 

400

100

Initially

 

m

 

2

 

400

100

 

v

2

 

250

 

100

 

1

 

 
 

800

 

1000

FoS

 

FoS

1

2.16

 

250MPa

150MPa

When max. stress changes to 300 MPa,

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m

v

300

100

300

2

100

2

200MPa

100MPa

 

200

100

1

 

800

100

FoS

FoS

2

2.86

So % change



FoS

2

FoS

1

2.86

2.16

1



100

1

100

0.7

  100

2.16

32% increase

44. Expected output = minimum capacity of machine x expected output efficiency= 100 x 0.9 = 90 units.

PL

1

1

P L

P L

45. Net deformation of bar =

 2 2  3 3 A  A  A  10  1
2
2
3
3
A
A
A
10
1
5
1.5
8
2
A
A
A
1.5
A 

The increase in P 3 should be such that increased load provides the above deformation in opposite direction,

i.e.,

P 2

1.5

A

A

P=0.75 kN

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46.  Static deformation

t

Thermal deformation

t(Al)

l

 

50

T

12.8

10

6

100

64

10

3

mm

t(st eel)

l

 

T

30

6.5

33.28

10

10

3

6

mm

100

Now

 

Al

steel



PL

A

Al

P

Al

PL

A

steel

P P

steel

t(Al)



t(steel)

97.28

10

3

mm

[for equilibrium ]

P 50

P 30

50

70

10

3

25

200

10

3

97.28

P

4.8kN

10

3

mm

1GPa

10

9

N

3

10 N

m

2

mm

2

3  P  4.8  10 (  )    96 MPa
3
P
4.8
10
(
)
96 MPa
Al
A
50
Al
P
4.8
3
(
)
10
192MPa
Steel
A
25
Steel

47. P 2 =

P . P 1 3
P . P
1
3

=

Steel A 25   Steel 47. P 2 = P . P 1 3 =

1x9 = 3bar

Work done in the high pressure cylinder is

W

 1

RT

 

P

 1

1    

1.4

0.4

x 286.7x300 3

0.4

1.4

1  

= 111kJ.

48. From the given data;

 

m

 

1

2

2

According to Gerber’s equation;

1

F.S

   

 

m

u

2

F.S

v

e

0.5

  

125

125

u

  

125 MPa and

2

2

225

0.5

u

 

1

2

 

v

2

824 MN / m

 

u

49. According to Goodman’s line

1

F.S

50.

r

c

u 49. According to G oodman’s lin e 1 F.S 50.  r c  

      

m

u



v

e

k

h

1 8

0.5   

0.125m

125

  

225

u

0.5

u

 

u

1150 MN / m

2

225 MPa

2

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51.

52.

53.

54.

55.

60.

Q

T T

i

100

20

ln

r

c

r

i

ln

0.125

0.05

1

2 KL

2 r hL

c

2

1

 

1

1

2



0.125

8

1

263.2

W

m

P

abv

… (1)

1000 ab.2b

… (2)

200 a1.2b

… (3)

From (2) & (3)

a 1160kPa

b 800kPa /m

3

P

1

P

2

V

1

V

2

  1000kPa 200Kpa

3

  1.2m 0.2m 3

U 1.5PV 85kJ /kg

… (1)

U

2

U

1

1.5

2001.2 0.21000=60kJ/kg

W

12

V

2

V

2

V

1

V

1

a

 

a

bv dv

a V

2

V

1

b

2

V

2

1 2

V

2

b

V V 



 

2

1

11160 8000.7600kJ /kg ;

2

u  w  60  600  660kJ /kg 15 O ; From Merchant’s
u  w  60  600  660kJ /kg
15
O ; From Merchant’s circle,

Q

Cutting velocity = 15m/min Frictional force = 480N; Coefficient of friction = 0.6

Rake angle

F

F

c

sin

cos



 Tan

1

0.6

= 30.96 O

480

F

c

sin30.96

O

cos 30.96

15

; F C = 897N

Power = F C V C = 897 x 15/60 = 224watts

A’s 1 day work

B’s 1 day work

1

12

1

16

1

 

1

1

4

3

7

 

 
 

12 7

16

48

48

4

7

48

 

12

7

 

5

12

 

12

(A +B) ’s 1 day work

(A +B) ’s 4 days work

Remaining work

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62. Let the ten’s & unit digit be x & 8 x

Then

10x

10x

2

8

x

18x

18

8

10

80

x

8

x

2

x

9x

9x

x

2

x

2

18x

72

2x

8

4



x

2

0

0

0

x

2

Number is 24

63. Ratio of initial investment = 7 4 6

:

:

235

105x, 40x, 36x

A : B : C

105x

4

1680x : 480x : 432 x

150

105x

100

35 : 10 : 9

8

 

:

40x

Hence B' share

Rs.   21600

10

54

Rs.4000

1 2

:

36x

12

   75  85 Rs. Rs.80 2    
   75
85
Rs.
Rs.80
2
   

There average price =

64. Since first & second are mixed with equal proportions

So, the mixture is formed by mixing two varieties, one of Rs. 80 per kg and the other at say, Rs. x per Kg in the ratio of 2 : 2 ie., 1 : 1 Bu the rule of Allegation

115 x

115

80

1

x

115

35

x

150

65. Re quired difference   

16% 18%of 6000   18% 10%of 9000

34% of 6000

2040

1620

18% of 9000

420