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1)
In
a reciprocating compressor, actual volume of gas drawn in cylinder is
volume displaced by the
1 point
Week-1
piston
Week-2
More than
Less than
Week-3
Equal to
Actual Vapour
None of the above
Compression Cycle-2
Compound
Compression with
No, the answer is incorrect.
Score: 0
Intercooling-1
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Less than
Compound
Compression with
2)
when the volume flow rate of refrigerant is large which compressor is used
1 point
Intercooling-2
Multiple Evaporator
and Cascade System
centrifugal
reciprocating
Problem Solving
rotary
all of the above
Quiz : Assignment 3
Solution for
Assignment 3
No, the answer is incorrect.
Score: 0
Accepted Answers:
Week-4
centrifugal
Week-5
3)
the use of flash chamber in a multi-stage vapour compression refrigeration
1 point
Week-6
decrease the COP
increase the COP
Week 7
remains unchanged
Week-8
none of the above
WEEKLY FEEDBACK
No, the answer is incorrect.
Score: 0
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increase the COP
4)
A
single-acting two-stage compressor with inter cooling delivers air at 16 bar. Assuming an intake state of
1 point
1 bar at 15°C, the pressure ratio per stage is
16
8
4
2
No, the answer is incorrect.
Score: 0
Accepted Answers:
4
5)
In
a multistage compression system with flash gas removal, fluid at the entry of the expansion valve
0 points
before the evaporator is
dry and saturated vapour
superheated vapour
vapour quality 0<x<1.0
saturated liquid
No, the answer is incorrect.
Score: 0
Accepted Answers:

FAQ

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superheated vapour

6)

The optimum intermediate pressure P 2 in a two stage air compressor having P 1 and P 3 as a suction and

delivery pressures respectively, equal to

(P

(P

(0.5*P 1 P 2 ) 0.5

(0.5*P 1 P 2 )

1 P 2 ) 0.5

1 P 2 ) 1.5

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

(P 1 P 2 ) 0.5

7)

For a three stage reciprocating air compressor, the minimum work required as compared to work required

for each stage is

same

double

three times

nine times

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

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three times

8)

Read the following and answer the question 8-12.

1 point

8) Read the following and answer the question 8-12. 1 point 1 point 1 point A
8) Read the following and answer the question 8-12. 1 point 1 point 1 point A
the following and answer the question 8-12. 1 point 1 point 1 point A 50 tonne

1 point

A 50 tonne capacity compound NH 3 -compression system with water intercooler after LP compressor and liquid flash chamber has a condensing pressure of 14 bar. Evaporator pressure is 1.3 bar and intercooler and flash chamber pressure of 5 bar. Volumetric efficiency of both the compressors is 85%. is cooled to 32°C in water intercooler and liquid NH 3 is cooled to 30°C in the refrigerant vapour heat exchanger. Assume both the compressions are isentropic and LP compressor gases are directly taken to the power compressor after intercooling. C 1 = L.P.C. & C 2 = H.P.C

after intercooling. C 1 = L.P.C. & C 2 = H.P.C h 1 h 2 h

h

1

h

2

h

3

h

4

h

5

h

6

h

7

h

8

h

9

h

10

x

v

s3

220

1425

1456

1640

1540

1465

1513

1665

360

340

0.35

0.92

Mass of NH 3 passing through evaporator, kg/min

3.34

8.72

5.51

6.23

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

8.72

9)

Mass of NH 3 passing through H.P. compressor, kg/min

11.8

15.6

18.3

13.4

1 point

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No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

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13.4

10)

Total power required to run the compressor, kW

1 point

1.38

38.8

38.8

60.5

75.8

75.8
75.8

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

60.5

1 point

11)

COP of the system

2.89

2.89

3.5

5.71

7.56

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

2.89

12)

Piston displacement of L.P. cylinder, m 3 /min

13.5

10.1

8

5.6

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

8

13) Read the following and answer questions 13-15.

1 point

1 point

A refrigeration compressor of 50 mm bore and 40 mm stroke operates at a speed of 1460 rpm between condensing and evaporating pressure limits of 1.219 MPa and 0.151 MPa. The clearance ratio is 5% ratio of specific heats of refrigerant is 1.18, specific volume of refrigerant at suction is 0.11 m3/kg and the enthalpy change of refrigerant in the evaporator is 93.7 kJ/kg.

Temp. °C

Pressure, bar

Enthalpy

Volume

Sat.liq, kJ/kg

Sat.vap, kJ/kg

Sat.liq, kJ/kg

Sat.vap, kJ/kg

5

5.836

205.9

407.1

0.791

0.040

50

19.423

263.3

417.7

0.922

0.0117

Volumetric efficiency,

0.7564

0.2315

0.0626

0.3651

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

0.7564

14)

Mass flow rate of refrigerant, kg/sec

1 point

0.4605

0.11753

0.07231

0.01314

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

 

Accepted Answers:

0.01314

15)

Refrigeration load the compressor can serve, kW

1 point

1.862

1.231

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2.321 4.561 No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0 Accepted Answers: 1.231

2.321

4.561

No, the answer is incorrect. Score: 0

Accepted Answers:

1.231

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