Maximum calculated value

Minimum calculated value

Mean value

Extreme value

B. Minimum calculated value

Ultimate shear stress of the column

Factor of safety

Torque resisting capacity

Slenderness ratio

Greater than Carnot cycle

Less than Carnot cycle

Equal to Carnot cycle

None of these

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

Carnot cycle can't work with saturated steam

Heat is supplied to water at temperature below the maximum temperature of the cycle

A Rankine cycle receives heat at two places

Rankine cycle is hypothetical

Equal to

Half

Double

Quadruple

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.

More than 50 %

25-50 %

10-25 %

Negligible

In the middle

At the tip below the load

At the support

Anywhere

Zeroth law of thermodynamics

First law of thermodynamics

Second law of thermodynamics

Kelvin Planck's law

Malleability

Ductility

Plasticity

Elasticity

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

Thermal efficiency

Work ratio

Avoids pollution

None of these

(m - 1)/ (2m - 1)

(2m - 1)/ (m - 1)

(m - 2)/ (3m - 4)

(m - 2)/ (5m - 4)

^{γ - 1}

^{γ - 1}

^{γ - 1})

^{γ - 1})

Equal

Proportional to their respective moduli of elasticity

Inversely proportional to their moduli of elasticity

Average of the sum of moduli of elasticity

Same

More

Less

Unpredictable

Tensile stress

Compressive stress

Shear stress

Strain

Carnot

Ericsson

Stirling

None of the above

1 g

10 g

100 g

1000 g

Greater than

Less than

Equal to

None of these

Tensile

Compressive

Shear

Zero

Equal to

Directly proportional to

Inversely proportional to

Independent of

Smaller end

Larger end

Middle

Anywhere

Heat

Work

Internal energy

Entropy

Wood charcoal

Bituminous coke

Pulverised coal

Coke

Heat and work crosses the boundary of the system, but the mass of the working substance does not crosses the boundary of the system

Mass of the working substance crosses the boundary of the system but the heat and work does not crosses the boundary of the system

Both the heat and work as well as mass of the working substance crosses the boundary of the system

Neither the heat and work nor the mass of the working substance crosses the boundary of the system

l/δl

δl/l

l.δl

l + δl

Molecular mass of the gas and the specific heat at constant volume

Atomic mass of the gas and the gas constant

Molecular mass of the gas and the gas constant

None of the above

Gas engine

Petrol engine

Steam engine

Reversible engine

Tension

Compression

Bearing

Any one of the above