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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 2 | Question: 17
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The difference in pressure (in $N/m^2$) across an air bubble of diameter $0.001$ $m$ immersed in water (surface tension $= 0.072$ $N/m$) is _______
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 2 | Question: 49
A heat pump with refrigerant $R22$ is used for space heating between temperature limits of $−20^\circ C$ and $25^ \circ C$. The heat required is $200 MJ/h$ ... $kJ/kg$) of the refrigerant at isentropic compressor discharge is _______
A heat pump with refrigerant $R22$ is used for space heating between temperature limits of $−20^\circ C$ and $25^ \circ C$. The heat required is $200 MJ/h$. Assume specific heat of vapour at the time of discharge as $0.98 kJ/kg.K$. Other relevant properties are given below. The enthalpy (in $kJ/kg$) of the refrigerant at isentropic compressor discharge is _______
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 2 | Question: 47
Steam at a velocity of $10$ $m/s$ enters the impulse turbine stage with symmetrical blading having blade angle $30^\circ $. The enthalpy drop in the stage is $100 kJ$. The nozzle angle is $20^\circ$. The maximum blade efficiency (in percent) is _______
Steam at a velocity of $10$ $m/s$ enters the impulse turbine stage with symmetrical blading having blade angle $30^\circ $. The enthalpy drop in the stage is $100 kJ$. The nozzle angle is $20^\circ$. The maximum blade efficiency (in percent) is _______
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The COP of a Carnot heat pump operating between $6^{\circ}C$ and $37^{\circ}C$ is ___________
The COP of a Carnot heat pump operating between $6^{\circ}C$ and $37^{\circ}C$ is ___________
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 4 | Question: 49
In a compression ignition engine, the inlet air pressure is $1$ bar and the pressure at the end of isentropic compression is $32.42$ bar. The expansion ratio is $8$. Assuming ratio of specific heats $(γ)$ as $1.4$, the air standard efficiency (in percent) is _______
In a compression ignition engine, the inlet air pressure is $1$ bar and the pressure at the end of isentropic compression is $32.42$ bar. The expansion ratio is $8$. Assuming ratio of specific heats $(γ)$ as $1.4$, the air standard efficiency (in percent) is _______
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 4 | Question: 47
Steam with specific enthalpy $(h)$ $3214$ $kJ/kg$ enters an adiabatic turbine operating at steady state with a flow rate $10$ $kg/s$. As it expands, at a point where h is $2920$ $kJ/kg$, $1.5$ $kg/s$ is extracted for heating ... = $2374$ $kJ/kg$. Neglecting changes in kinetic and potential energies, the net power output (in $kW$) of the turbine is _______
Steam with specific enthalpy $(h)$ $3214$ $kJ/kg$ enters an adiabatic turbine operating at steady state with a flow rate $10$ $kg/s$. As it expands, at a point where h is $2920$ $kJ/kg$, $1.5$ $kg/s$ is extracted for heating purposes. The remaining $8.5$ ... , where $h$ = $2374$ $kJ/kg$. Neglecting changes in kinetic and potential energies, the net power output (in $kW$) of the turbine is _______
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