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VISHWESHWARYA GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS

Machine Design II [NME-602]

Session 2015-16

Unit 1
Q.1. Write the expressions for static, limiting wear load, dynamic load for spur gears and explain the
various terms used there in.
Q.2. Briefly discuss the following :
a. Pressure angle.
b. Failures in gear tooth and their causes.
c. What condition must be satisfied in order that a pair of spur gears may have a constant velocity
ratio?
d. Phenomenon of interference in Involute gears & how it can be avoided.
e. Selection of gear materials.
Q.3. Describe the law of gearing. Why involute teeth are preferred over cycloidal teeth? What is the
reason of interference in gears and how it can be avoided?

Unit - 2
Q.4. Define the following terms used in worm gearing:
(i) Lead; (ii) Lead angle; (iii) Normal pitch; and (iv) Helix angle
Q.5. What is the importance of center distance in the design of worm and worm gear?
Q.6. Explain how the efficiency of Worm gear drive is calculated. Discuss the importance of heat
dissipation in worm and worm gear.
Q.7. Using a suitable schematic diagram explain the forces acting on worm gears. Also, define normal pitch,
helix angle and efficiency of worm gear drive.

Unit - 3
Q.8. What are Journal bearings? Give a classification of these bearings and discuss them briefly.
Q.9. Write a short note on following :
(a) Lubricants used in Sliding contact bearing.
(b) Materials used for sliding contact bearings.
(c) Selection of bearing.
(d) Differentiate Sliding contact bearings and Rolling Contact bearings.
Q.10. Explain the following terms as applied to journal bearing:
(i) Bearing characteristic number; and (ii) Bearing modulus. Also distinguish between Hydro dynamic
bearing and Hydrostatic bearing.

Unit - 4
Q.11. Define the following terms as applied to rolling contact bearings:
(i) Basic static load rating
(ii) Static equivalent load (iii) Life of bearing
(iv) Basic dynamic load rating (v) Dynamic equivalent load.
Q.12. Indicate with proper justification the typical situations for which the following type of antifriction
bearings are to be used exclusively :

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VISHWESHWARYA GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS

Machine Design II [NME-602]

Session 2015-16

a. Deep groove ball bearing


b. Roller bearing.
Q.13. What are the main components of the rolling contact bearing? Describe basic static load capacity,
basic dynamic load capacity and life of bearing.

Unit 5
Q.14. I-Section is adopted as the cross-section of high speed engines connecting rod. Discuss.
Q.15. Explain the various stresses induced in the connecting rod of an IC engine.
Q.16. Explain the following in brief:
(a) Effect of piston crown thickness and diameter on heat flow,
(b) Lubrication of piston rings,
(c) Stress induced in connecting rod.
(d) Why I section is chosen for high speed IC engines?
(e) Lubrication of small end bearing and crank pin bearing of connecting rod.
(f) Two most usual causes of failure of crank shafts.
(g) Different types of piston rings.
(h) Stresses induced in a connecting rod.
(i) Material and manufacturing of crankshaft.
(j) Design considerations of piston
(k) Selection of type of IC engine
(l) Valve gear mechanism of IC engine

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