Online Quiz on Basics of Thermal Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bharat Institute of Engineering and Technology presents basics on Thermal Engg. Quiz
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1. In an isolated system, ________ can be transferred between the system and its surrounding. *
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16. If the speed of the engine is increased,the indicated power will....... *
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11. The below diagram is the p-v diagram of the Otto, Diesel and Dual cycles for the same compression ratio. Which in the diagram is the path followed by the Diesel cycle? *
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14. Maximum work is done in compressing air when the compression is *
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17. The maximum efficiency of reaction turbine is *
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7. Heat transfer is *
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9. The process which decreases the entropy of the universe is *
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2.Which of the following is an extensive property? *
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19. The critical pressure ratio for gases is *
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18. The critical pressure ratio is given by *
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5. A cyclic heat engine operates between a source temperature of 927 oC and a sink temperature of 27 oC. What will be the maximum efficiency of the heat engine? *
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4. What is the degree of subcooling? *
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15. Rotary compressor is best suited for *
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20. The ratio of work done on the blades to the energy supplied to the blades *
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3. According to Kelvin-Planck statement, it is impossible to construct a device operating on a cycle which transfers heat from ____ *
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10. The purpose of superheater in a boiler is *
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6. The amount of heat transferred to convert unit mass of solid to vapour or vice versa is called as *
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12. Carnot cycle contains two reversible adiabatic process and *
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13. the air fuel ratio in gas turbine is order of *
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8. What is the line which starts from critical point having constant dryness fraction throughout the line as shown in figure (Line1) called? *
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