Sum

Difference

Product

Ratio

B. Difference

Increase

Decrease

Remain unchanged

Increase/decrease depending on application

Increase

Decrease

Remain same

Increase initially and then decrease

1

1.4

1.67

1.87

Yield point

Limit of proportionality

Breaking point

Elastic limit

It is impossible to construct an engine working on a cyclic process, whose sole purpose is to convert heat energy into work

It is possible to construct an engine working on a cyclic process, whose sole purpose is to convert heat energy into work

It is impossible to construct a device which operates in a cyclic process and produces no effect other than the transfer of heat from a cold body to a hot body

None of the above

Two constant volume and two isentropic processes

Two constant volume and two isothermal processes

Two constant pressure and two isothermal processes

One constant volume, one constant pressure and two isentropic processes

Hookes law

Yield point

Plastic flow

Proof stress

Fixed at both ends

Fixed at one end and free at the other end

Supported at its ends

Supported on more than two supports

Thermodynamic system

Thermodynamic cycle

Thermodynamic process

Thermodynamic law

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

300° to 500°C

500° to 700°C

700° to 900°C

900° to 1100°C

Longitudinal stress to longitudinal strain

Volumetric stress to volumetric strain

Lateral stress to Lateral strain

Shear stress to shear strain

237°C

-273°C

-237°C

273°C

12

14

16

32

Increase

Decrease

Remain unchanged

Increase/decrease depending on application

Equal to

Less than

Greater than

None of these

Temperature limits

Pressure ratio

Volume compression ratio

Cut-off ratio and compression ratio

Equal to

One-half

Twice

Four times

Specific heat at constant volume

Specific heat at constant pressure

Kilo Joule

None of these

Equal

Proportional to their respective moduli of elasticity

Inversely proportional to their moduli of elasticity

Average of the sum of moduli of elasticity

Conservation of heat

Conservation of momentum

Conservation of mass

Conservation of energy

Fluids in motion

Breaking point

Plastic deformation of solids

Rupture stress

Boyle's law

Charles' law

Gay-Lussac law

Avogadro's law

√(KT/m)

√(2KT/m)

√(3KT/m)

√(5KT/m)

In tension

In compression

Neither in tension nor in compression

None of these

Gas engine

Petrol engine

Steam engine

Reversible engine

There is no change in temperature

There is no change in enthalpy

There is no change in internal energy

All of these

2/3

3/4

1

9/8

When molecular momentum of the system becomes zero

At sea level

At the temperature of - 273 K

At the centre of the earth

1 N-m

1 kN-m

10 N-m/s

10 kN-m/s