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Old 20th November 2015, 10:30 AM
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Default Re: Indian Engineering Services Mechanical Question Papers

As you want I am here giving you sample question paper for Indian Engineering Services exam to Mechanical engineering students.

Sample paper :
1.
Which one uf the following represents open 5.
th,mnodynamic system ?
(a : Manual icc cream freezer
(b: Centrifugal pump
(c) PT£' ~ suTe cooker
,;d) Bomb calorimeter

2A thermodynamic system is considered to be
an il'iolated one If
(a/ Mass t,ran.fer and entropy change are
zero
;b) Entropy change and energy transfer are
zero
(c) fi~nergy transfer and ma ~8 tran6fer are
zero
:d > 1tla:-; ~ t.ran~fcr and voluxne change aTe '
Zero

3. Reduced pressure is
(a) Alway ~ lcs :-t than atmospheric preSriure
(b). Always unity
(c) An index of molecular position of a gas
: d~ Dimensionles8


7. Work transfer between the system and the
surroundings
(a) Is a point function
(b) Is always given by J P dv
(c) Is a function of pressure only
(d) Depends on the path followed by the
System

The cycle in which heat is supplied at
constant volume and rejected at constant
pressure is known as
(a) Dual combustion cycle
(b) Diesel cycle
(c) Atkinson cycle
(d) Rankine cycle

Isentropic flow is
(a) Irreversible adiabatic flow
(b) Reversible adiabatic flow
(c) Ideal fluid flow
(d) Frictionless reversible flow

Increase in entropy of a system represents
(a) Increase in availability of energy
(b) Increase in temperature
(c) Decrease in pressure
(d) Degradation of energy

Supercharg-ing i~ the process ot'
( ~) Supplying the intake of an engine with
lIir at a density greater than the density
uf the durrounding atmosphpTC
(b) Providing forced cooling air
(cj rnjection of compreRsed air to remove
combustion products fully
(d) Raising exhaust pres~ure


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