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GATE2015-3-49
A shaft of length $90 \: mm$ has a tapered portion of length $55 \: mm$. The diameter of the taper is $80 \: mm$ at one end and $65 \: mm$ at the other. If the taper is made by tailstock set over method, the taper angle and the set over respectively are $15^\circ 32′$ and $12.16 \: mm$ $18^\circ 32′$ and $15.66 \: mm$ $11^\circ 22′$ and $10.26 \: mm$ $10^\circ 32′$ and $14.46 \: mm$
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GATE2015-2-19
A rope-brake dynamometer attached to the crank shaft of an $I.C$. engine measures a brake power of $10$ $kW$ when the speed of rotation of the shaft is $400$ $rad/s$. The shaft torque (in $N$-$m$) sensed by the dynamometer is ___________
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 34
An annular disc has a mass $m$, inner radius $R$ and outer radius $2R$. The disc rolls on a flat surface without slipping. If the velocity of the center of mass is $v$, the kinetic energy of the disc is $\dfrac{9}{16}mv^2 \\$ $\dfrac{11}{16}mv^2 \\$ $\dfrac{13}{16}mv^2 \\$ $\dfrac{15}{16}mv^2$
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GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 6
A rotating steel shaft is supported at the ends. It is subjected to a point load at the center. The maximum bending stress developed is $100$ $MPa$. If the yield, ultimate and corrected endurance strength of the shaft material are $300$ $MPa$, $500$ $MPa$ and $200$ $MPa$, respectively, then the factor of safety for the shaft is _______
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