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  • 26) What is Pascal's law and hydrostatic Paradox?
  • 27) Draw SFD and BMD for all possible cases of loading
  • 28) Different modes of Heat transfer, which is the 4th one.
  • 29) What is the basis of shaft design?
  • 30) Where to place a centrifugal pump along vertical head line
  • 31) Log profile in heat exchanger? Concave or Convex?
  • 32) While inflating a balloon P and V both are increasing, does it violate Boyles law, Explain.
  • 33) What is the difference between True and Engg strain?
  • 34) Draw Stress-strain diagrams for different materials.
  • 35) Shear profile in a cross section of a beam.
  • 36) In Pelton wheel turbine cup, both outward and inward speed are equal. Explain.
  • 37) Explain Cavitation and Water Hammer
  • 38) Why wind speed is high in summer
  • 39) Heat transfer on Horizontal and Vertical plates
  • 40) What are TEMA standards?
  • 41) Yield point for Aluminium does not exist. How to we calculate its yield point
  • 42) Difference between Pump and Compressor
  • 43) Explain PMMs.
  • 44) Design of air duct.
  • 45) What is Charles law and Boyle’s law?
  • 46) If two cylinders connected by a pipe to allow the gases to diffuse, then draw the PV and TS diagrams of process.
  • 47) Why we opt PV in some cases while TS diagrams in others?
  • 48) What is draft Tube?
  • 49) If petrol is poured in CI engines and Diesel is poured in SI engines, what happens?
  • 50) As entropy is a measure of randomness, how do you explain the constancy of entropy in an isentropic expansion though the volume is increasing?
  • 51) An earthen pot maintains lower temperature compared to surroundings without any work input, does it violate second law of thermodynamics, explain.
  • 52) What is Idling and cruising, what type of mixture is required during maximum power conditions
  • 53) Draw stress strain curves for different FLUIDS
  • 54) Hot and cold water flows in two different pipes of same dimensions, in which pipe frictional (viscous) losses are more
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