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ARKADEEP CHAUDHURY added 1 months ago Sir, Kindly follow the results obtained from Mohrs circle. ARKADEEP CHAUDHURY added 1 months ago Sir, Kindly follow the results obtained from Mohrs circle. Max. Shear plane is at 45 degree if and only if the stresses are equal. Then the

45 degree plane is subject to pure shear.

equal. Then the 45 degree plane is subject to pure shear. PRATIK TAGADE sir ans is

PRATIK TAGADE sir ans is 50

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added 1 months agoshear. PRATIK TAGADE sir ans is 50 added 1 months ago Tambe angad sahi karo isko

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Pressure is always Intensive in a room there is gas of pressure 30 MPa even after dividing (Cuttinng) Intensive in a room there is gas of pressure 30 MPa even after dividing (Cuttinng) room into two sections

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pressure remains same

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it is. consider incompressible fluids fluids

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not only gases

How is Pressure intensive?ASHUTOSH KOTHIWALA added 1 months ago not only gases Koushik S added 1 months ago How

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How is Pressure intensive?How is Pressure intensive? Koushik S added 1 months ago Koushik S added 1 months ago

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added 1 months ago3216_Q9.mp4) Total Comments: 6 ASHUTOSH KOTHIWALA how Question from GATE2013 kishore

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Here from T1 temperature linearly decreases to T2.If beta is positive,then as temperature decreases the value of k also decreases. As If beta is positive,then as temperature decreases the value of k also decreases. As

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per Fouriers Law keeping all other parameters constant Temperature gradient is inversely proportional to k. If k decreases the temp

gradient ie slope of the T curve must increase,from T1 to T2 as shown in option B.

how Tone equals TB in the video the teacher himself does not know what he is teaching explanation videos are totally useless explanation videos are totally useless

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why there is a difference in left side and right side temp variationare totally useless Md Zia Khurshid added 1 months ago tom paul a added 1 months

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consider moon between sun and earth and then apply kennedy theorm3216_Q10.mp4) Alok Sharma added 1 months ago anand kumar soni gate forum

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gate forum pagal ho gya haitheorm Alok Sharma added 1 months ago anand kumar soni added 1 months ago CHANDAN KUMAR

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pls anybody explaingya hai added 1 months ago CHANDAN KUMAR added 1 months ago NO EXPLANATION IN EXPLANATION

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wrist pin=gudgeon pin connection betn piston and connectng rod3216_Q12.mp4) Total Comments: 4 Sanket Joshi added 1 months ago its basically the gudgeon

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its basically the gudgeon pin. n it has da same design as the pin in the knuckle joint. i hope it is the answer he was looking forpiston and connectng rod Sanket Joshi added 1 months ago CHANDRAMOULI GHOSH added 1 months ago

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Tuhin it is also called piston pin. i think now u understandhe was looking for CHANDRAMOULI GHOSH added 1 months ago Rahul singh added 1 months ago

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What Kind of explanation is this????? Its just the dictation to the Question. Can some one tell me what is a wrist pin in a diesel engine.pin. i think now u understand Rahul singh added 1 months ago TUHIN DAS added 1

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answer should be c or b

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i didnt get this either. for strain hardeningCHANDRAMOULI GHOSH added 1 months ago there happening. how this can be strain hardening?? Sir

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Its exponential distribution.ans is correct.3216_Q15.mp4) Pawan Pandey added 1 months ago how is it normal

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how is it normal distribution ?distribution.ans is correct. Pawan Pandey added 1 months ago ANAND MOORTHY added 1 months ago MAYUR

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is it normal distribution ? ANAND MOORTHY added 1 months ago MAYUR MISAL sir plzzzzz corrct

MAYUR MISAL sir plzzzzz corrct it

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itzzz normal distribution

its normal distributioncorrct it added 1 months ago itzzz normal distribution PRATIK TAGADE added 1 months ago Total

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can any one xpln super critical,sub crtcl activity plzzzz???

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just do the math and we will get that V1=1.001 times V23216_Q19.mp4) Arun mathews added 2 days ago just do the math and we will

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just do the math and we will get that V1=1.001 times V2get that V1=1.001 times V2 Arun mathews added 2 days ago Arun mathews added 2 days

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added 1 months agoby V wil be .001 ie dV divided by V wil be .001 MANDAR ya exactly

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3216_Q21.mp4) ASHUTOSH KOTHIWALA increase the range added 1 months ago i used the same method my

increase the range

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i used the same method

my ans was 2.698 and limit is 2.697

runner area is same as that of sprue base. so their discharge will be samei used the same method my ans was 2.698 and limit is 2.697 Mihir Makwana added

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why we not take runner dischrge ????discharge will be same Mihir Makwana added 1 months ago Krishna Chaturvedi added 1 months ago

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runner dischrge ???? Krishna Chaturvedi added 1 months ago Rachit Ranjan it is approx 3 added

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isnt it right

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both a and c is correct . upto h its clerance fit then followed by transition and interference.3216_Q23.mp4) Rishi Sharma added 16 hours ago added 1 months ago pankaj

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added 1 months agotransition and interference. Rishi Sharma added 16 hours ago pankaj chaurasia c ans c correct. in

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in this case both a and C are correctis zero clearance. RAVI ROSHAN VERMA added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months ago please

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shital jain added 1 months ago Like 35 302 Friends Draft allowance means inclination for
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Friends Draft allowance means inclination for the vertical faces. In this vertical dimensions ie height of casting will remain same. Only
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draft is provided on vertical surface bur as the part of dimension
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for draft a taper is provided n thus both horizontal as well as vertical dimensions will get affecteddimension change than obviously top horizontal surface of ADNAN AHMAD added 1 months ago concept ki

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concept ki maa behan kuo kar rahe hodimensions will get affected ADNAN AHMAD added 1 months ago CHANDAN KUMAR added 1 months ago

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It is horizontal as the pattern gets moved in horizontal directionmaa behan kuo kar rahe ho CHANDAN KUMAR added 1 months ago kONERU SUDHEER added 1

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ansssss is o plz correct it3216_Q29.mp4) PRATIK TAGADE added 1 months ago in que limit is from 0 to infinity and

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in que limit is from 0 to infinity and solved by using 0 to tPRATIK TAGADE ansssss is o plz correct it added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months

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in que limit is from 0 to infinity and solved by using 0 to tand solved by using 0 to t MANDAR added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months

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Arun mathews the answer is 47.74 added 2 days ago this is wrong 4 stroke

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4S engine cycle is 4pi and they have divided the N with 2 in the first equation and plugging in that value in the second equation4 stroke engine prouces 1 unit of power for two rotations Achu R added 1 months

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we can also use basic formula 2piNTby60 just use N as 1000 we get 47.74that value in the second equation Achu R added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months

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we consider the efficiency given is overall efficiency then we can find the shaft power.corresponding to that we can find the specific speed3216_Q31.mp4) Total Comments: 5 ABHISHEK DAS if added 8 days ago Like 0 0 the ans

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the ans i correct bt calculation is wrong in the given formula power has to be taken in kilowattsspecific speed ABHISHEK DAS if added 8 days ago Like 0 0 Nimit Nandu added 1

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while estimating the sp. speed of turbine always take shaft power for calculatnhas to be taken in kilowatts Nimit Nandu added 1 months ago ANAND MOORTHY added 1

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is this calculation right? i have applied the same equation and ended up getting a different answershaft power for calculatn ANAND MOORTHY added 1 months ago Achu R added 1 months ago

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why p is 5238.540???up getting a different answer Achu R added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months ago

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PAGAL HO GYE HO BOSSAMOL KULKARNI i have got C added 12 days ago PANKAJ KUMAR BHARDWAJ added 1 months

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HP=746 W NOT .746

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DEEP its horizontal plane and even if its vertical nothing changes, as water cant dwell inside the tube it has to get same way out, and continuity equation works well here.3216_Q34.mp4) Total Comments: 7 Achu R added 1 months ago its horizontal plane dude not a

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its horizontal plane dude not a verticalequation works well here. Achu R added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months ago dude

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dude its horizontal planeplane dude not a vertical MANDAR added 1 months ago MANDAR added 1 months ago yes

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yes i agree with u but if u consider atm pressure at entry of pipe and 0 pressure at just inside at exit flow may be possibleago dude its horizontal plane MANDAR added 1 months ago Tambe angad added 1 months ago

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yes i agree with u but if u consider atm pressure at entry of pipe and 0 pressure at just inside at exit flow may be possibleat exit flow may be possible Tambe angad added 1 months ago Tambe angad added 1

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added 16 hours ago3216_Q36.mp4) Total Comments: 25 Rishi Sharma ans 0.511364 Deepak Sabnani added 6 days ago

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Deepak Sabnani added 6 days ago 0.5222 correct it please Deepak Sabnani added 6 days ago 0.5222 correct it please

It must be Feed as t1=fsin(SCEA) and SCEA is considered here as 90 while width of cut w=d(dividedby)(SinSCEA)Deepak Sabnani added 6 days ago 0.5222 correct it please Harshit Kumar Gupta added 1 months

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RAVI ROSHAN VERMA added 1 months ago o.511, since for orthogonal turning , uncut thickness=feed, RAVI ROSHAN VERMA added 1 months ago o.511, since for orthogonal turning , uncut thickness=feed, depth of cut= width of cut

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so correct your answer gateforum

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excellent question!!!!Arun mathews the answer is C added 2 days ago i think area will be

excellent question!!!! Arun mathews the answer is C added 2 days ago i think area will

excellent question!!!! Arun mathews the answer is C added 2 days ago i think area will

Arun mathews the answer is C

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i think area will be less than calculated so load will be also less than calculatedquestion!!!! Arun mathews the answer is C added 2 days ago MANDAR added 1 months ago

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so there is only 1 option

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Here we are approximating the area of hole as rectangular. In actual it is not. The actual area of hole will be less than calculated by assuming it to be a rectangular. Hence load carrying capacity will be slightly more than calculated. Hence C should be the right ans.months ago so there is only 1 option Like 0 6 Like 0 0 shital jain

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3216_Q43.mp4) Total Comments: 1 Rishi Sharma Is endurance will be more than yield strength?

Is endurance will be more than yield strength? endurance strength will always be below yield strength.

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free body dia cannot be drawn when the forces are unbalanced3216_Q45.mp4) Total Comments: 9 Manickavasagan T added 12 days ago ans is 3. there will be

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ans is 3. there will be a tension of 7 acting at the fixed end

how can we take p1 is 10, there is a reaction induced in the support in horizontal direction tensile in nature. calculating the deformation in section p1 , p1 should not be equal to 10.is 3. there will be a tension of 7 acting at the fixed end Satheesh L

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i got p3 as 11 so the total change should be 3to 10. Satheesh L added 1 months ago Like 1 4 Like 14 0 SUDIP SHYAM

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We dont consider Free body diagram bcuz the net deformation will be the same even if we consider individual columns.the total change should be 3 SUDIP SHYAM added 1 months ago RUSHIKESH ASHTIKAR added 1

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Ace ne yahi padaya haiindividual columns. RUSHIKESH ASHTIKAR added 1 months ago Tushar Mundhada added 1 months ago Thats Correct

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Thats Correct Dude

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alpha value of steel is given wrong in question, and taken correct in the answer3216_Q46.mp4) Total Comments: 6 Akhil R added 1 months ago disgusting Harshit Kumar Gupta

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disgusting

correct in the answer Akhil R added 1 months ago disgusting Harshit Kumar Gupta Ajay you

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calculated deformation of steel is wrong . so given ans. is wrongHarshit Kumar Gupta Ajay you are correct added 1 months ago Bhimrao added 1 months ago

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stress Al:-82.26Mpa stree St:-164.5Mpa thermal elong of steel has been wrongly calculatedis wrong . so given ans. is wrong Bhimrao added 1 months ago Ajey Singh added

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friends pls confirm

here temperature difference is given in farenheit. we have to make it celsius.calculated Ajey Singh added 1 months ago friends pls confirm bharat bhushan added 1 months ago

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ANAND MOORTHY added 1 months ago Like 0 0 SAGNIK and MIHIR u ppl r
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SAGNIK and MIHIR u ppl r right
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Perfect Intercooling is the Keyword itmeans P3=Root(P1P2) as wella s T at nlet of second pump to be
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T has to be 410.62 and work done must be 151.933kJ . plz confirm
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But it is required to find the work done in H.P cylinder. So the temperature at the inlet of the H.P cylinder is to be taken
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Rishi Sharma ans is 964.781 added 16 hours ago

Rishi Sharma ans is 964.781

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Yep

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964.78

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acha laga jan k ki mai eklauta nahi jiska ans kamino ne galat kiya

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ANAND MOORTHY yes guys ans is 1150 ANAND MOORTHY yes guys ans is 1150

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ANAND MOORTHY yes guys ans is 1150 added 1 months ago Satheesh L im getting 700

Satheesh L im getting 700

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is this calculation right?1 months ago Satheesh L im getting 700 added 1 months ago Achu R added 1

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3216_Q50-51.mp4) Total Comments: 8 ANAND MOORTHY ans is 276.03 is highly conductive and forgt

ans is 276.03

is highly conductive and forgt it

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considering

outer radius of pipe as 0.055 and not 0.05

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in this case K of insulation should be given , again there will be convective ht form both inside and outsideif K for pipe is not given consider it as infinity ie pipe MANDAR added 1

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for that case h will be diffrent this quest.

this condition is not mention

and if this is the case than only outer convective H.T. coefficent should be use as it is seprately given for

i considered the pipe also as a participant as it does provide thermal resistance to heat flow and got the answer with in the tolerable limit. Because of this possible confusions they have set tolerance limit relatively high i guessH.T. coefficent should be use as it is seprately given for Achu R added 1 months

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mr BOSE, pipe outer surface is considered 100c, pipe thickness is not gien and will nt be consider as participant to transfer heatlimit relatively high i guess Achu R added 1 months ago irshad alam added 1 months

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The conduction through the pipe as well as the insulation thickness should be considered.Why are so many mistakes in this test? Do they even correct it after the comments?participant to transfer heat irshad alam added 1 months ago Saurabh Bose added 1 months ago

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HAREESH MOHAN correct answer is A

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V should be in cu.m per kg

then why it a written that V is in cu. m per Kg at the lastanswer is A added 1 months ago V should be in cu.m per kg Ajey Singh

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In formula it is Back Rake angle only3216_Q54-55.mp4) Harshit Kumar Gupta added 1 months ago but we are writing it

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but

we are writing it rake angle carelessly

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