Its length is very small

Its cross-sectional area is small

The ratio of its length to the least radius of gyration is less than 80

The ratio of its length to the least radius of gyration is more than 80

C. The ratio of its length to the least radius of gyration is less than 80

Chain riveted joint

Diamond riveted joint

Crisscross riveted joint

Zigzag riveted joint

Increasing the internal energy of gas

Doing some external work

Increasing the internal energy of gas and also for doing some external work

None of the above

Resilience

Proof resilience

Modulus of resilience

Toughness

Fluids in motion

Breaking point

Plastic deformation of solids

Rupture stress

Boyle's law

Charles' law

Gay-Lussac law

Avogadro's law

10 MPa

30 MPa

50 MPa

100 MPa

Two isothermal and two isentropic

Two isentropic and two constant volumes

Two isentropic, one constant volume and one constant pressure

Two isentropic and two constant pressures

Steel

Copper

Aluminium

None of the above

Resilience

Proof resilience

Modulus of resilience

Toughness

p v = constant, if T is kept constant

v/T = constant, if p is kept constant

p/T = constant, if v is kept constant

T/p = constant, if v is kept constant

1 g

10 g

100 g

1000 g

The failure of column occurs due to buckling alone

The length of column is very large as compared to its cross-sectional dimensions

The column material obeys Hooke's law

All of the above

The closed cycle gas turbine plants are external combustion plants.

In the closed cycle gas turbine, the pressure range depends upon the atmospheric pressure.

The advantage of efficient internal combustion is eliminated as the closed cycle has an external surface.

In open cycle gas turbine, atmosphere acts as a sink and no coolant is required.

12

14

16

32

Boyle's law

Charles' law

Gay-Lussac law

Avogadro's law

1

1.4

1.67

1.87

Extensive heat is transferred

Extensive work is done

Extensive energy is utilised

None of these

Half

Same amount

Double

One-fourth

_{x}/2) + (1/2) × √(σ_{x}² + 4 τ²_{xy})

_{x}/2) - (1/2) × √(σ_{x}² + 4 τ²_{xy})

_{x}/2) + (1/2) × √(σ_{x}² - 4 τ²_{xy})

_{xy})

Uniform throughout

Increase uniformly

First increase and then decrease

Increase uniformly first and then increase rapidly

Carnot cycle

Bell-Coleman cycle

Rankine cycle

Stirling cycle

Increase

Decrease

Remain unchanged

Increase/decrease depending on application

Wl3/48 EI

Wa²b²/3EIl

[Wa/(a√3) x EIl] x (l² - a²)3/2

5Wl3/384 EI

Cut-off is increased

Cut-off is decreased

Cut-off is zero

Cut-off is constant

More

Less

Equal

Depends on other factors

Reversible cycle

Irreversible cycle

Thermodynamic cycle

None of these

Thermal efficiency

Work ratio

Avoids pollution

None of these

_{1}p_{2})/log (v_{1}v_{2})

_{2}/ p_{1})/log (v_{1}/ v_{2})

_{1}/ v_{2})/ log (p_{1}/p_{2})

log [(p1v1)/(p2v2)]

Isothermally

Isentropically

Polytropically

None of these

Isothermal

Isentropic

Polytropic

None of these