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Important Questions for BE Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Semester 2 (FE First Year) - University of Mumbai

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Write short note on atomization.

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Chapter: [7] Alloys
Concept: Powder Metallurgy > Methods of Powder Metal Formation

Mention four drawbacks of plain carbon steel.

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Chapter: [7] Alloys
Concept: Plain Carbon Steel

Give two purposes of alloying.

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Chapter: [7] Alloys
Concept: Purpose of Making Alloys

What is compaction in powder metallurgy?

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Chapter: [7] Alloys
Concept: Powder Metallurgy

Define Power Alcohol. 

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Combustion

Give any two advantages of power alcohol.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Combustion

A sample of coal has the following composition:- C= 70% O=23% H=5% S=1.5% N=0.4% Ash=0.1% Calculate GCV of this fuel.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Calorific Value > Gross Or Higher Calorific Value

1.95 gm of coal sample was taken for nitrogen estimation by Kjeldahl’s method. The ammonia liberated required 9.5 ml of 0.4 N H2SO4 for neutralization. Calculate the percentage of nitrogen in coal sample.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Solid Fuels > Analysis of Coal

Define Fuel Cell

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Fuels

Explain Hydrogen Oxygen Fuel Cell with a neat diagram.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Fuels

Select the compound which possesses highest octane number and highest cetanenumber out of n-heptane, n-octane and isooctane. 

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Types of Cracking > Catalytic Cracking

Define bio-diesel.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Biodiesel

give advantages of bio-diesel.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Biodiesel > Advantage and Disadvantages of Biodiesel

A gaseous fuel contains H2=50% CH4=30% N2=2% CO=7% C2H4=3% C2H6=5% and water vapours=3%. Calculate weight and volume of air for 2m3 of the gas.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Combustion

1.56g of coal sample was kjeldahlished and `NH_3` gas thus evolved was absorbed in 50ml of 0.1N `H_2SO_4`. After absorption to excess (residual) acid requires 6.25ml of 0.1N NaOH for exact neutralisation. Calculate the percentage of N in the coal sample. 

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Solid Fuels

What is cracking? Explain in detail – fixed bed catalytic cracking. 

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Types of Cracking > Catalytic Cracking

Explain the determination of % moisture and % volatile matter in a coal sample.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Solid Fuels > Analysis of Coal

A sample of coal was found to contain the following constituents. C = 81%, O = 8%, S = 1%, H = 5%, N = 1% and Ash = 4%. Calculate the minimum weight and volume of an required for the complete combustion of 1kg of coal.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Solid Fuels

Define octane number

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Petrol

Define cetane number.

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Chapter: [8] Fuels
Concept: Petrol
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