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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 49
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A diesel engine has a compression ratio of $17$ and cut-off takes place at $10\%$ of the stroke.Assuming ratio of specific heats $(\gamma)$ as $1.4$, the air-standard efficiency (in percent) is _______
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 13
Which one of the following pairs of equations describes an irreversible heat engine? $\oint \delta Q> 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} < 0 \\$ $\oint \delta Q< 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} < 0 \\$ $\oint \delta Q> 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} > 0 \\$ $\oint \delta Q< 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} > 0$
Which one of the following pairs of equations describes an irreversible heat engine? $\oint \delta Q> 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} < 0 \\$ $\oint \delta Q< 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} < 0 \\$ $\oint \delta Q> 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} > 0 \\$ $\oint \delta Q< 0$ and $\oint \dfrac{\delta Q}{T} > 0$
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 46
At the inlet of an axial impulse turbine rotor, the blade linear speed is $25 \: m/s$, the magnitude of absolute velocity is $100 \: m/s$ and the angle between them is $25^{\circ}$. The relative velocity and the axial component ... blade inlet and outlet velocity triangles are shown in the figure. Assuming no losses, the specific work (in $J/kg$) is _______
At the inlet of an axial impulse turbine rotor, the blade linear speed is $25 \: m/s$, the magnitude of absolute velocity is $100 \: m/s$ and the angle between them is $25^{\circ}$. The relative velocity and the axial component of velocity remain the same ... blades. The blade inlet and outlet velocity triangles are shown in the figure. Assuming no losses, the specific work (in $J/kg$) is _______
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 41
A certain amount of an ideal gas is initially at a pressure $p_1$ and temperature $T_1$. First, it undergoes a constant pressure process $1$-$2$ such that $T_2$ = $3T_1$/$4$. Then, it undergoes a constant volume process $2$-$3$ such that $T_3$ = $T_1$/$2$. The ratio of the final volume to the initial volume of the ideal gas is $0.25$ $0.75$ $1.0$ $1.5$
A certain amount of an ideal gas is initially at a pressure $p_1$ and temperature $T_1$. First, it undergoes a constant pressure process $1$-$2$ such that $T_2$ = $3T_1$/$4$. Then, it undergoes a constant volume process $2$-$3$ such that $T_3$ = $T_1$/$2$. The ratio of the final volume to the initial volume of the ideal gas is $0.25$ $0.75$ $1.0$ $1.5$
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 15
For a gas turbine power plant, identify the correct pair of statements. P. Smaller in size compared to steam power plant for same power output Q. Starts quickly compared to steam power plant R. Works on the principle of Rankine cycle S. Good compatibility with solid fuel P, Q R, S Q, R P, S
For a gas turbine power plant, identify the correct pair of statements. P. Smaller in size compared to steam power plant for same power output Q. Starts quickly compared to steam power plant R. Works on the principle of Rankine cycle S. Good compatibility with solid fuel P, Q R, S Q, R P, S
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 14
Consider the turbulent flow of a fluid through a circular pipe of diameter, D. Identify the correct pair of statements. The fluid is well-mixed The fluid is unmixed $Re_D$ < $2300$ $Re_D$ > $2300$ $I, III$ $II, IV$ $II, III$ $I, IV$
Consider the turbulent flow of a fluid through a circular pipe of diameter, D. Identify the correct pair of statements. The fluid is well-mixed The fluid is unmixed $Re_D$ < $2300$ $Re_D$ > $2300$ $I, III$ $II, IV$ $II, III$ $I, IV$
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