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Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering previous year question papers of all the stream
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Re: Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering previous year question papers of all the st
As you want to get the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering previous year question papers of all the streams so here is the information of the same for you: Some content of the file has been given here: Q.1 The fibre which has a mineral origin is (A) Asbestos (B) Silk (C) Flax (D) Acrylic Q.2 The chemical that is used to convert soda cellulose to sodium cellulose xanthate in the manufacture of viscose rayon is (A) Carbon disulphide (B) Sodium xanthate (C) Sodium sulphide (D) Sodium hydroxide Q.3 The fibre that will float on water is (A) Nylon (B) Polyester (C) Acrylic (D) Polypropylene Q.4 The range of spinning speed (m/min) used in the manufacture of partially oriented polyester yarn is (A) 1000 − 1200 (B) 2000 − 2500 (C) 2800 − 3500 (D) 4000 − 6000 Q.5 Drawing of synthetic filament does not lead to an increase in (A) Crystallinity (B) Tenacity (C) Tensile modulus (D) Elongation at break Q.6 In a card, the wire point density is maximum on (A) Cylinder (B) Flat (C) Doffer (D) Lickerin Q.7 The spinning system that does not generate false twist during spinning is (A) Ring spinning (B) DREF 3 (C) Rotor spinning (D) Air jet spinning Q.8 Most of the seed coat particles are removed in (A) Blow room (B) Card (C) Comber (D) Draw frame Q.9 An eccentric top roller in a drafting system leads to (A) Change in draft with oscillation of nip line (B) Change in draft without oscillation of nip line (C) Neither change in draft nor oscillation of nip line (D) Oscillation of nip line only Q.10 The increase in traveller weight leads to an increase in (A) Yarn twist (B) Traveller lag (C) Balloon diameter (D) Yarn tension Q.11 Dog knot is preferred to weaver's knot during creeling because it is (A) Easier to make (B) Stronger (C) Smaller in size (D) Less prone to slippage 2012 TEXTILE ENGG. & FIBRE SCIENCE – TF TF 3/9 Q.12 Size addon does not depend on (A) Roller hardness (B) Drying cylinder temperature (C) Size paste concentration (D) Machine speed Q.13 Ball warping is mainly used in the manufacture of (A) Terry towel (B) Narrow fabric (C) Denim (D) 3D fabric Q.14 The factor that does not influence the propelling force for moving the weft yarn on air jet loom is (A) Coefficient of friction between air and yarn (B) Air velocity (C) Yarn strength (D) Yarn diameter Q.15 In the context of thermal bonding of nonwoven web, the statement which is not true is (A) A thermoplastic component has to be present in the web (B) Heat is applied until the thermoplastic component melts (C) The polymer flows by surface tension and capillary action to fibre cross over points (D) Chemical reaction takes place Q.16 A 51 mm long fibre has 6 % crimp. The crimped length of the fibre in mm is approximately (A) 44 (B) 46 (C) 48 (D) 50 Q.17 On a mass based evenness tester, thin place in a yarn at −40 % setting is counted if mass per unit length is (A) 40 % of the mean mass per unit length (B) 60 % of the mean mass per unit length (C) 40 % of the mean mass per unit length or less (D) 60 % of the mean mass per unit length or less Q.18 Ratio of grab strength to strip strength is the highest when fabric extension (%) is (A) 0 (B) 5 (C) 10 (D) 15 Q.19 Bursting strength of a woven fabric with the same warp and weft yarns is the highest when the ratio of ends/cm and picks/cm is (A) 1.1 (B) 1.0 (C) 0.9 (D) 0.8 Q.20 Fabric abrasion resistance cannot be assessed by the loss in (A) Strength (B) Thickness (C) Weight (D) Air permeability Q.21 Bleached cotton fabric was sent to a laboratory for determination of Copper Number, which is an estimate of the presence of (A) Hydroxyl groups (B) Carboxyl groups (C) Reducing groups (D) Oxidizing groups 2012 TEXTILE ENGG. & FIBRE SCIENCE – TF TF 4/9 Q.22 Malachite Green is an important dyestuff. The typical green colour is obtained when the dye molecule is (A) Nonionic (B) Cationic (C) Anionic (D) Made up of phenyl groups Q.23 A typical curve between equilibrium dye uptake and dyeing temperature goes through a maximum. After the maximum, the dye uptake decreases because (A) Kinetic energy increases rapidly (B) Pressure in the dye bath increases (C) Saturation value is reached (D) Dyeing is an exothermic process Q.24 The efficacy of the washnwear treatment can be estimated by measuring its (A) Bending length (B) Tensile strength (C) Dye uptake (D) Crease recovery Q.25 Softener reduces the bending rigidity of fabrics by decreasing (A) Interfibre and interyarn friction (B) Modulus of the fibres (C) Glass transition temperature of the fibres (D) Packing coefficient of yarns Q.26 The density of a given polyester filament sample is 1.38 g/cm3. Consider the density of fully crystalline polyester as 1.455 g/cm3 and that of fully amorphous polyester as 1.335 g/cm3. The percent crystallinity of the sample is ________. Q.27 Cleaning efficiency of the opening roller in a rotor spinning machine, having 56 mm diameter rotor, is 80 %. The yarn breaks when the trash deposition within the rotor groove crosses the threshold of 1 mg/mm. If a sliver with 0.4 % trash is fed at 7.5 g/min, the number of end breaks in 1 hr (to the nearest whole number) is ________. Q.28 In a projectile weaving machine the projectile travels a total distance of 250 cm at an average velocity of 25 m/s. If the time period during which it is in motion occupies half of the loom cycle, the maximum loom speed in picks per minute is ________. Q.29 A 225 denier viscose yarn has a breaking strength of 7.5 N. The yarn tenacity in cN/dtex is ________. For more detailed information I am uploading PDF files which are free download:
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Re: Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering previous year question papers of all the st
Here as per your demand I am providing you Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering question papers of Aerospace Engineering Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering question papers of Aerospace Engineering for more details here i am giving link of Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering question papers of Aerospace Engineering drive.google.com/file/d/0BzlPhWFLc1bR3hiVm1vdnFHRDQ/view?pli=1 Syllabus of GATE for Aerospace Engineering Engineering Mathematics Core Topics : Linear Algebra : Vector algebra, Matrix algebra, systems of linear equations, rank of a matrix, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Calculus : Functions of single variable, limits, continuity and differentiability, mean value theorem, chain rule, partial derivatives, maxima and minima, gradient, divergence and curl, directional derivatives. Integration, Line, surface and volume integrals. Theorems of Stokes, Gauss and Green. Differential Calculus : First order linear and nonlinear differential equations, higher order linear ODEs with constant coefficients. Partial differential equations and separation of variables methods. Special Topics : Fourier Series, Laplace Transforms, Numerical methods for linear and nonlinear algebraic equations, Numerical integration and differentiation. Flight Mechanics Core Topics : Basics : Atmosphere : Properties, standard atmosphere. Classification of aircraft. Airplane (fixed wing aircraft) configuration and various parts; Airplane performance : Pressure altitude; equivalent, calibrated, indicated air speeds; Primary flight instruments: Altimeter, ASI, VSI, Turnbank indicator. Drag polar; takeoff and landing; steady climb & descent, absolute and service ceiling; cruise, cruise climb, endurance or loiter; load factor, turning flight, Vn diagram; Winds: head, tail & cross winds; Static stability : Angle of attack, sideslip; roll, pitch & yaw controls; longitudinal stick fixed & free stability, horizontal tail position and size; directional stability, vertical tail position and size; dihedral stability. Wing dihedral, sweep & position; hinge moments, stick forces; Special Topics : Dynamic stability : Euler angles; Equations of motion; aerodynamic forces and moments, stability & control derivatives; decoupling of longitudinal and lateral – directional dynamics; longitudinal modes; lateral – directional modes. Space Dynamics Core Topics : Central force motion, determination of trajectory and orbital period in simple cases. Special Topics : Orbit transfer, inplane and out – of – plane. Aerodynamics Core Topics : Basic Fluid Mechanics : Conservation laws: Mass, momentum (Integral and differential form); Potential flow theory: sources, sinks, doublets, line vortex and their superposition; Viscosity, Reynold’s number. Airfoils and Wings : Airfoil nomenclature; Aerodynamic coefficients: lift, drag and moment; KuttaJoukoswki theorem; Thin airfoil theory, Kutta condition, starting vortex; Finite wing theory: Induced drag, Prandtl lifting line theory; Critical and drag divergence Mach numbers Compressible Flows : Basic concepts of compressibility, Conservation equations; One dimensional compressible flows, Fanno flow, Rayleigh flow; Isentropic flows, normal and oblique shocks, PrandtlMeyer flow; Flow through nozzles and diffusers. Special Topics : Elementary ideas of viscous flows including boundary layers; Wind Tunnel Testing: Measurement and visualization techniques. Structures Core Topics : Stress and Strain : States of stress and strain. Stress and strain transformation. Mohr’s Circle. Principal stresses. Threedimensional Hooke’s law. Plane stress and strain; Failure theories : Maximum stress, Tresca and von Mises; Strain energy. Castigliano’s principles. Analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate trusses and beams. Elastic flexural buckling of columns. Flight Vehicle Structures : Characteristics of aircraft structures and materials. Torsion, bending and flexural shear of thinwalled sections. Loads on aircraft. Structural Dynamics : Free and forced vibrations of undamped and damped SDOF systems. Free vibrations of undamped 2DOF systems. Special Topics : Vibration of beams. Theory of elasticity: Equilibrium and compatibility equations, Airy’s stress function. Propulsion Core Topics : Basics : Thermodynamics, boundary layers and heat transfer and combustion thermochemistry. Thermodynamics of aircraft engines : Thrust, efficiency and engine performance of turbojet, turboprop, turbo shaft, turbofan and ramjet engines, thrust augmentation of turbojets and turbofan engines. Aerothermodynamics of nonrotating propulsion components such as intakes, combustor and nozzle. Axial compressors : Angular momentum, work and compression, characteristic performance of a single axial compressor stage, efficiency of the compressor and degree of reaction. Axial turbines : Axial turbine stage efficiency Centrifugal compressor : Centrifugal compressor stage dynamics, inducer, impeller and diffuser. Rocket propulsion : Thrust equation and specific impulse, vehicle acceleration, drag, gravity losses, multistaging of rockets. Classification of chemical rockets, performance of solid and liquid propellant rockets
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