(Semester – II) Examination, 2010 SURVEYING

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<ul><li><p> [3862] 308</p><p>S.E. (Civil) (Semester II) Examination, 2010SURVEYING I</p><p>(2003 Course)</p><p>Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100</p><p> Instructions : 1) Answers to the two Sections should be written in separatebooks.</p><p>2) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.3) Black figures to the right indicate full marks.4) Use of logarithmic tables slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic</p><p>pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.5) Assume suitable data, if necessary.6) Solve Q. 1 or 2, Q. 3 or 4, Q. 5 or 6 from Section I and</p><p>Q. 7 or 8, Q. 9 or 10, Q. 11 or 12 from Section II.</p><p>SECTION I</p><p>1. a) Explain with a neat sketch, the two peg method of testing and adjustment of adumpy level. 6</p><p>b) Explain in detail the procedure of levelling of a dumpy level. Draw a neat sketchto justify your answer. 6</p><p>c) The following observations were made during the testing of a dumpy level. 6</p><p>Instrument at Staff readings onA B</p><p>A 2.400 1.300B 2.300 1.400</p><p>Is the instrument in adjustment ? If not determine the error. If R.L. of A is200.00 m, determine the R.L. of B.</p><p>OR</p><p>2. a) Explain in brief the permanent adjustment of making the axis of bubble tubeperpendicular to vertical axis. 6</p><p>b) Write in brief about special points of Auto level. 6</p><p>c) Explain in detail the procedure of measurement of Horizontal angle by repetition method using 02 vernier transit theodolite. 6</p><p>P.T.O.</p></li><li><p>[3862] 308 -2- </p><p>3. a) Differentiate between Bowditchs Rule and Transit Rule for adjustment of aclosed traverse. 4</p><p>b) How would you determine omitted measurement when length and bearing ofone side of closed traverse is omitted ? 6</p><p>c) Define Deflection angle. Also write in detail the procedure of measurement ofdeflection angle using 02 vernier transit theodolite. (Draw a neat sketch). 6</p><p>OR</p><p>4. a) Define the following terms : 6</p><p>1) Vertical Axis</p><p>2) Double sighting</p><p>3) Plunging the Telescope</p><p>4) Trunion Axis</p><p>b) Write a short note on checks in an open Traverse survey. 6</p><p>c) State the functions of following parts of a Theodolite : 4</p><p>i) Optical plumet</p><p>ii) Clip screw</p><p>iii) Shifting head</p><p>iv) Lower tangent screw.</p><p>5. a) Define Interpolation of contours. State various methods of interpolation. Explainany one in brief. 6</p><p>b) What considerations would you have while selecting the contour interval ? 4</p><p>c) A staff was held vertically at a distance of 125 m and 50 m from the centre ofa tachometer. The staff intercepts with the telescope horizontal were 1.248and 0.498 respectively. Calculate the constants of a tachometer. 6</p><p>OR</p><p>6. a) What do you understand by tacheometric survey ? What is the utility of thismethod in the field ? 4</p><p>b) Describe in detail the field procedure of determining the constants of atacheometer. 4</p></li><li><p>c) A tacheometer was set up at an intermediate point between two stations A andB and the following observations were made on a vertically held staff</p><p>Staff station Vertical Angle Staff readings</p><p>A 034 + 1.605, 2.400, 3.195</p><p>B 542 0.805, 1.345, 1.885</p><p>The instrument is fitted with an anallatic lens having a multiplying constant of100. Compute the length AB and the R.L. of point B, if that of A was 395.400 m.The instrument and staff points are in one straight line. 8</p><p>SECTION II</p><p>7. a) Draw the neat sketches of the following : 4</p><p>1) Simple circular curve</p><p>2) Compound curve</p><p>3) Reverse curve</p><p>4) Transition curve</p><p>b) Write a note on obstacles in setting out curves. 4</p><p>c) Two straights of a road intersect at a chainage of 110. Taking chord length of30 m, calculate the following : 8</p><p>1) Radius of curve</p><p>2) Length of curve</p><p>3) Tangent length</p><p>4) Length of the Long chord</p><p>5) Chainage at the starting point and end point.</p><p>OR</p><p>8. a) Draw a neat sketch of a compound curve and show its various elements. 4</p><p>b) What is the necessity of transition curve ? What are their different forms ? 4</p><p>c) Two straights AB and BC intersect at an inaccessible point B. To connectthem through a simple curve two points D and E are selected on line AB andBC respectively. The distance DE = 180 m and the angle ADE = 145 andCED = 165 respectively. Calculate the suitable radius, given that the distanceAD = 120 m and the points A and C are the tangent points. 8</p><p> -3- [3862] 308</p></li><li><p>9. a) State the various formulae to calculate the length of a transition curve and alsostate the meanings of the terms involved. 6</p><p>b) Describe the procedure of setting out a simple circular curve by offset fromChord produced. 8</p><p>c) What is meant by transition curves ? What are their advantages and disadvantages ?4</p><p>OR</p><p>10. a) Two straights intersects at an angle of 130. The maximum allowable speedon the curve is 60 kmph. If the allowable rate of change of radial accelerationis 30 cm/sec3 and the centrifugal ratio is 0.25, calculate the radius of the circularcurve and length of the transition curve. 8</p><p>b) Write a short note on vertical curves. 6</p><p>c) Write a short note on location and uses of Reverse curves. 4</p><p>11. a) Describe with the help of a neat sketch, strength of Fix. 8</p><p>b) Explain in detail the direct method of contouring. 4</p><p>c) Explain in detail the profile levelling. 4</p><p>OR</p><p>12. a) State the three point problem. Explain how it is solved by tracing paper method. 8</p><p>b) What is meant by orientation in plane table survey ? State the methods of it.Explain any one in brief. 4</p><p>c) Write a short note on Grade contour. 4</p><p>B/II/10/315</p><p>[3862] 308 -4- </p></li><li><p> [3862] 313</p><p>S.E. (Mechanical) (Semester I) Examination, 2010FLUID MECHANICS</p><p>(2003 Course)Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100</p><p> Instructions : 1) Answer any three questions from each Section.2) Answers to the two Sections should be written in separate</p><p>books.3) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.4) Black figures to the right indicate full marks.5) Use of logarithmic tables, slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic</p><p>pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.6) Assume suitable data, if necessary.</p><p>SECTION I</p><p>Unit I</p><p>1. a) A U tube is made up of two capillaries of bores 1.5 mm and 2 mm respectively.The tube is dipped in the liquid whose = 0.075 N/m. Find out the massdensity of the liquid if the difference in two menisci is 2 mm. Assume angle ofcontact is zero. 6</p><p>b) State and explain Newtons Law of viscosity. 4</p><p>c) Describe various types of flow with examples. 6</p><p>OR</p><p>2. a) Through a narrow gap of height , a thin plate of large surface is pulled with avelocity U on one side of the plate, oil is of viscosity 1 and on the other sideof 2 .</p><p>Determine i) The position of the plate so that shear force on the sides is equaland ii) Pull required to drag the plate is minimum. 8</p><p>b) Derive three dimensional continuity equation in Cartesian coordinate. 8P.T.O.</p></li><li><p>[3862] 313 -2- </p><p>Unit II</p><p>3. a) A well-type manometer has the measurement leg inclined at 30 from the</p><p>horizontal. The diameter of the well is 50 mm while that of measurement leg is5 mm. An oil of specific gravity of 0.85 is used as the fluid. A differentialpressure produces a reading of 15 cm from zero level. What is the differentialpressure in Pa ? Assume that inclined tube is open to atmosphere. 8</p><p>b) Derive an expression for total pressure and center of pressure for inclined</p><p>plane submersed in liquid and hence derive the expression for center of pressurefor vertical plane. 8</p><p>OR</p><p>4. a) Define following terms :</p><p>i) Buoyancy ii) Centre of buoyancy iii) Principle of floatation iv) Archimedes</p><p>Principle. 4</p><p>b) A square plate of diagonal 1.5 m is immersed in water with its diagonal verticaland upper corner 0.5 m below the free surface of water. Calculate the depth ofthe centre of pressure on the plate from the free surface of water and the</p><p>hydrostatic force resulting on the plate in kN. 8</p><p>c) Explain with neat sketch the method of determining metacentric height of floatingbody. 4</p><p>Unit III</p><p>5. a) Determine the discharge through an orifice 1 m wide and 0.6 m deep in thevertical wall of a large tank having water level 1.5 m above the upper edge ofthe orifice. Water on downstream side is 0.25 m above the bottom edge of the</p><p>orifice. Take Cd = 0.6. 10</p><p>b) Sketch with equations various measurement arrangements of Pitot tube. 8</p><p>OR</p></li><li><p>6. a) Obtain an expression for pressure drop from inlet to throat in a horizontallymounted venturimeter in terms of rate of volume flow (Q) and inlet diameter(D) for inlet/throat diameter ratio is equal to 2. 8</p><p>b) A sub-marine fitted with a pitot tube moves horizontally in sea with its axis is12 m below the surface of water. The Pitot tube fixed infront of the sub-marine and along its axis connected to the two limbs of a U-tube containingmercury, the reading of which is found to be 200 mm. Find the speed of thesub-marine.</p><p>Take the specific gravity of seawater = 1.025 times fresh water. 6</p><p>c) List the various forces acting on fluid mass. Explain the significance of eachterm. 4</p><p>SECTION II</p><p>Unit IV</p><p>7. a) Derive expression for Hagen Poiseullis equation. 10</p><p>b) What are repeating variables ? What points are important while selecting repeatingvariables ? 6</p><p>OR</p><p>8. a) An oil is flowing between two parallel plates kept at 10 cm apart with maximumvelocity of 1.5 m/s. Find out the discharge per meter (perpendicular to paper),shear at the plates; the pressure difference between two points 20 m apartalong the flow direction. Also find out the velocity gradient at the plates andvelocity at 2 cm from the plate surface. Take for oil = 25 Poise. 8</p><p>b) Using Buckingham- theorem, show that the velocity through a circular orifice</p><p>in a pipe is given by </p><p>=</p><p>,</p><p>H</p><p>dfgH2V . 8</p><p>Unit V</p><p>9. a) Derive expression for Darcy Weisbatch equation for head loss due to friction. 6</p><p>b) Two tanks 2.5 km long are connected by a pipe of 30 cm diameter. The waterlevel difference between two tanks is 10 m. Find the diameter of another pipewhich would provide twice the discharge of the first. Consider f is same inboth cases and consider only frictional losses in both cases. 10</p><p>OR</p><p> -3- [3862] 313</p></li><li><p>10. a) What is siphon ? Where it is used ? Explain its action. Derive formula for the</p><p>length of its leg. 8</p><p>b) Determine the diameter of the pipe required to supply water to a turbine</p><p>developing 180 KW under the following condition.</p><p>Head = 100 m, Pipe length = 1000 m, = 80% Take f = 0.005. What wouldbe the diameter of the pipe if it is to be designed for maximum power condition ? 8</p><p>Unit VI</p><p>11. a) Explain the characteristics of laminar and turbulent boundary layers. 6</p><p>b) Discuss the phenomenon of separation for flow over curved surface. What</p><p>are the methods used to prevent the separation ? 6</p><p>c) Air with a velocity of 0.5 m/s is flowing over a cylinder of 10 cm diameter.</p><p>Find the total drag, shear drag and pressure drag if the length is 1 m. 6</p><p>OR</p><p>12. a) Define drag and lift and differentiate between friction drag and pressure drag.</p><p>Under what circumstances friction drag becomes zero and pressure drag</p><p>becomes zero. 6</p><p>b) Explain development of fully developed turbulent flow in circular pipes with</p><p>sketches. 6</p><p>c) Which factors affect the thickness of boundary layer ? 6</p><p>B/II/10/810</p><p>[3862] 313 -4- </p></li><li><p> [3862] 331</p><p>S.E. (Production And Industrial Engg.) (Semester I) Examination, 2010THERMAL AND FLUID ENERGY CONVERSION (2003 Course)</p><p>(Common to Production S/W)</p><p>Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100</p><p> Instructions : 1) Answer three questions from Section I and three questionsfrom Section II.</p><p>2) Answers to the two Sections should be written in separatebooks.</p><p>3) Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.4) Black figures to the right indicate full marks.5) Use of logarithmic tables, slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic</p><p>pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.6) Assume suitable data, if necessary.</p><p>SECTION I</p><p>1. a) Define surface tension. Prove relationship between surface tension and pressureinside droplet of liquid in excess of outside pressure is given by = 4 /d. 8</p><p>b) Explain phenomenon of capillary. Derive expression for the capillary rise of aliquid. 8</p><p>OR</p><p>2. a) State and prove Pascals law. Give its applications. 8</p><p>b) Explain :</p><p>i) Dynamic viscosity</p><p>ii) Kinematic viscosity</p><p>iii) Compressibility</p><p>iv) Centre of pressure. 8</p><p>3. a) Derive Eulers equation of motion and hence Bernoulls equation. 8</p><p>b) Explain different type of fluid flow. 8</p><p>OR P.T.O.</p></li><li><p>[3862] 331 -2- </p><p>4. a) Explain the following : 8</p><p>i) Reynolds number</p><p>ii) Feuler number</p><p>iii) Froude number</p><p>iv) Weber number</p><p>b) Explain Buckinghams theorem. What do you mean by repeating variables ? 8</p><p>5. a) Explain with neat sketch centrifugal pump. 6</p><p>b) Explain the terms static head and manometric head. 6</p><p>c) Describe air vessel for reciprocating pump. 6</p><p>OR</p><p>6. a) Give classification of hydraulic turbines. 6</p><p>b) Describe with neat sketch Pelton turbine. 6</p><p>c) Explain what is governing of turbine. 6</p><p>SECTION II</p><p>7. a) Explain Bomb calorimeter with neat sketch. 8</p><p>b) A hydrocarbon fuel has following orsat analysis CO2 = 11.5%, CO = 0.3%,O2 = 3.1%, N2 = 85.1%.</p><p>Determine :</p><p>i) Air fuel ratio</p><p>ii) Fuel composition on mass basis</p><p>iii) Percentage excess air. 8</p><p>OR</p><p>8. a) Explain Boys gas calorimeter with neat sketch. 8</p><p>b) The gravemetric analysis of coal gives 80% carbon, 8% hydrogen, 4% moisture,8% ash. Actual air supplied is 18 kj/kg of coal. Determine minimum air requiredif 80% carbon is burnt to CO2 and remaining to CO. Also determine volumetriccomposition of dry flue gas. 8</p></li><li><p>9. a) What is boiler mounting ? Explain with neat sketch spring loaded safety valve. 8</p><p>b) Boiler produces 15 T/hr of steam at 2 MN/m2. Feed water temperature is 40C.</p><p>Equivalent of evaporation = 10.4 kj/kg of fuel. Fuel consumption is 1650 kg/hr.</p><p>Find Boiler efficiency and condition of steam produced. Take calorific value</p><p>of fuel = 29800 kJ/kg. 8</p><p>OR</p><p>10. a) Explain with neat sketch Benson boiler. 8</p><p>b) Explain with neat sketch central air conditioning system. 8</p><p>11. a) Prove that for single stage reciprocating compressor n</p><p>1</p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>P</p><p>PCC1 </p><p>+=</p><p>where C = clearance ratio. 6</p><p>b) Explain various methods for improvement of isothermal efficiency. 6</p><p>c) Calculate volumetric efficiency of compressor having a cylinder diameter 410 mm</p><p>and stroke 610 mm. Compressor matches 420 rpm and delivers 30 kg/min of</p><p>air at 1.01325 bar and 25C. 6</p><p>OR</p><p>12. a) Derive expression for air standard efficiency of otto cycle. 6</p><p>b) Give classification of I.C. engine. 6</p><p>c) Explain wet sump lubrication system. 6</p><p>B/II/10/140</p><p> -3- [3862] 331</p></li><li><p> [3862] 337</p><p>S.E. (Production and Industrial Engg.)/Production S/W (Semester II)Examination, 2010</p><p>DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS(2003 Course)</p><p>Duration : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100</p><p>SECTION I</p><p>1. a) What explain the following terms : 4</p><p>i) Toughness</p><p>ii) Brittleness</p><p>iii) Resilience</p><p>iv) Ductility.</p><p>b) Explain various design stages for any machine element. 6</p><p>c) Explain the following material designation : 6</p><p>i) 40C8 ii) 35Ni 1Cr60</p><p>iii) FG250 iv) 40 Cr 1</p><p>OR</p><p>2. a) Explain the effect of the following alloying elements on properties of iron : 6</p><p>i) Carbon ii) Tungsten</p><p>iii) Silicon iv) Molybdenum</p><p>v) Sulphur vi) Chromium</p><p>b) Explain standards and codes in design. 4</p><p>c) Describe and compare : 6</p><p>i) Factor of safety</p><p>ii) Safety margin and</p><p>iii) Service factor or application factor.P.T.O.</p></li><li><p>[3862] 337 -2- </p><p>3. a) A knuckle joint is completely made of plain carbon steel 40 C8 (Syt = 375 N/...</p></li></ul>


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