Resilience

Proof resilience

Modulus of resilience

Toughness

C. Modulus of resilience

(23/100) × Mass of excess carbon

(23/100) × Mass of excess oxygen

(100/23) × Mass of excess carbon

(100/23) × Mass of excess oxygen

Extensive heat is transferred

Extensive work is done

Extensive energy is utilised

None of these

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

0

1

γ

∝

Steel

Copper

Aluminium

None of the above

Load/original cross-sectional area and change in length/original length

Load/ instantaneous cross-sectional area and loge (original area/ instantaneous area)

Load/ instantaneous cross-sectional area and change in length/ original length

Load/ instantaneous area and instantaneous area/original area

Constant volume process

Adiabatic process

Constant pressure process

Isothermal process

Increase

Decrease

Remain same

Increase initially and then decrease

Greater than Carnot cycle

Less than Carnot cycle

Equal to Carnot cycle

None of these

Yield point

Limit of proportionality

Breaking point

Elastic limit

0

1

γ

∝

-100 MPa

250 MPa

300 MPa

400 MPa

Low

Very low

High

Very high

Equal to

One-half

Twice

Four times

0°C

273°C

273 K

None of these

Very low

Low

High

Very high

_{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})

Change the shape of the beam

Effect the saving in material

Equalise the strength in tension and compression

Increase the cross-section of the beam

(Net work output)/(Workdone by the turbine)

(Net work output)/(Heat supplied)

(Actual temperature drop)/(Isentropic temperature drop)

(Isentropic increase in temperature)/(Actual increase in temperature)

Partial combustion of coal, coke, anthracite coal or charcoal in a mixed air steam blast

Carbonisation of bituminous coal

Passing steam over incandescent coke

Passing air and a large amount of steam over waste coal at about 650°C

Of same magnitude as that of bar and applied at the lower end

Half the weight of bar applied at lower end

Half of the square of weight of bar applied at lower end

One fourth of weight of bar applied at lower end

3p/E × (2/m - 1)

3p/E × (2 - m)

3p/E × (1 - 2/m)

E/3p × (2/m - 1)

Mono-atomic

Di-atomic

Tri-atomic

Poly-atomic

The liquid fuels consist of hydrocarbons.

The liquid fuels have higher calorific value than solid fuels.

The solid fuels have higher calorific value than liquid fuels.

A good fuel should have low ignition point.

Total internal energy of a system during a process remains constant

Total energy of a system remains constant

Workdone by a system is equal to the heat transferred by the system

Internal energy, enthalpy and entropy during a process remain constant

Petrol engine

Diesel engine

Reversible engine

Irreversible engine

Boyle's law

Charles' law

Gay-Lussac law

Avogadro's law

Tensile in both the material

Tensile in steel and compressive in copper

Compressive in steel and tensile in copper

Compressive in both the materials

The stress is the pressure per unit area

The strain is expressed in mm

Hook's law holds good upto the breaking point

Stress is directly proportional to strain within elastic limit

Sum

Difference

Multiplication

None of the above