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    • ttt USIN{ lil MATDTF40l Irourth $cmester B,m. D*gree }trxamixrrti,on, May/-Iune 20,10 &dvmmfisd $flmthemmtic,s * lI lirne: -l trrs. Max. Marks:100 CJ o c) fd ! N"r"r{:e: r{mswer an-y IrI Vil fwll tS w*srl.nn.s. cr c L h d Ia. Find the pro.iectiCIn of thr: line AIj on CD whsre 4J d A: (1, 2,3) , B = (-1 ,0,2), C * (1,4,2), I) * (2,0, -l). ,(06 Mafla) 3e {J L t), Find the angle between two lines whose diroction cosines are given by / +3m -r" 5n : 0 antl Zrnr,r -- {:nl * Slrn ,* 0. I (07 M*rks) z -v? A Iine malces angles u, B, y, 6 with diagonals of a cube. Prove that dU -: rr *tt (€ oD ., Cos2cx -F Cos2[] + Clos?y + Cos2S = * , {07 Marks) .- l. .5 .E( (ct c. k tr{.} o 1 ,.t Find the equation r:fthe plane passing tluough tlre points (3, 1,2) ancl (3,4,4) ami Ef perpendicular to 5x -r- * 0, y + 4r. (06 Marks) o) ts b. Show thx the points (2,2,0), (4, 5, l), (3, 9, 4) and (0, -1, ,,1) are coplanar. Irind the ! equation of the plane c.ontai.ning then:. (07 Marks) a,: bd c. Find the equation of a straight line throrrgh (7, 2, -3) and perpendicular to each of the lines. ldo o-o .I:3 = .r-:.-J ,= r .! * and 13 = r:.J. * ri . (07 Marks) ddd dL 3454s6 -o >! 2e dl la tro 3 a. Slrow []rat the position vsctors qf the vertices of a rriangle i*r(",fri-j) , t*a; oP 6* JO Oo- 5 (r3 . = :[Ji i* j) r""" an isoscetes hiangle. (06 Marks) o?j d.e 6|Ii b. A panicle moves *rlong the curve i*3ti-f (t*at)l"r-(3t+.4)t .lrind the compongnts r:f aE LO vehrcity and accelerarir:n at I * 2 in the c{,irection i * z:.r 2fr. . (07 Marks) :n o.: AY c. Fir:d the angle between the nontals to the surlaces x/ * za at, (1, l, l) ar:d (3, 3, -3). c60 (07 Markr) o:5 6. [] lr> =() o 4 a. Fincl flie directional rjerjval.ives of the function $ =, xyz along the directian ofthe nonnal to J< the su.rta*e xyl-* yz?-r"?x2 * 3 at th* point (1, I, 1). (05 Marla) *c! /;; b. Iinilth* div f, andcwl li whsre F *. V (** I t i *3xy4. /,.Z,/o -| (0? Mar:ks) o. i{ v = 2xy i +:*y j -3ayz[ is solenoidal at (1, l, I ), find a. (0? VIsrLx) { o u d 5 a. Ilincl the uufit nor*ral vector to the surlace xy "f"x -r- ?-x * 3 at (1, l, 1). (06 Markr) I ofZ
    • :,8@Erffir.: MAT}IP4OI b. Fihd the ponstants .a,, ,b,, .c such,thatthe vector 1ield (Siny+64 i +ftxCosy+z) i *(*+cy) k is inotational. Also find the scalar,field:$ such *hat ;= V0, (s7 [Igrk$) c. Prove that V2 6lo9 ,) = j,- whcre i = *i + yj+ z[ ancl , l*l -;x:fYJ+zKanot=,ltl. r, (S7 Mnrks)6&. I;ind lht: Laplac* tr:rms{brm of $in 2t Sin 3t, {OS Mrrks) Find Ll(l:-9ll I tJ b. (SS,fttarks) t c. Find L[e-(3 Sinh Zr - 2 Cosh 3r)J. , (05*1s13; d. lrincl the Laplace rrarmforrn of f,(t) *{/, when 0 < t <.}.. (05rMmks) ll when t>7, Evaluate- f Jot Ha, using Lapiace transform. ({}$ kllrgl ,,..,, ,find,the inv,uma:,Lffiace.transfoflfi o.g i:, . . ,., .,i i.", i , :.,.-.-:^* -- (s, +3s,+.2)(s+ll --rl,i,;*- . .($5 Mrrk$) ,. - * Ls*ds+2sJ (05 M*rks) i- r^, ,lll ring L l togJ.L: r "L [s*sJj r {0$ilgt.ark0 I Ein<r L.,r-..*i*- convohfiion theorem : . ls(s +-sJJttin* (lS,.ilI*r,ks) Solve the differential equalion y, +Zy, -vy 6te-{ = rurder the condition y (0) * 0 * y,(0) using l".aplace transform. (I0 Mark*) 1 VL L 1, ,,J:,)
    • r/ 06cv42 Fourth $ermsst*x" B"E. Ilngrtlo Ex*natnation, Mtry/Juns 2&[0 Wwfi $d$ mg Swrxstru*tiort Iirne: 3 hrs. Max- Marks:100 d o u F{oto: Answer errt fIY&fwll:.questions, choosing atleast TWD/ E o. fl rdr.$rir)rr,f, fro rn s#c h 11 fl fr, ? E q sJ -(, flAs.}:""e 6 64 $) &. l,ist l}te r:bjeuts; of firundirlions, (04 tuarks) A- b. tilith th$ h*lp of neat sketch, cxpiain the plate ioad test method of determining the bearing J,> c&pacity of *oii (10 Marks) d9 -o ,, c. illassify thc dillbrellt typss ol pil*s basecl on iunntionii. (06 h{rrks) bo,r d€ =+ .: (.1 cd+ a-t Witli u nea[ sketches, discus.s the features of Hnglish and Flemish Bond in brick ma.sorry. (10 Mrrksi n- dtr b. Explain the typ*s *f stcme m&sonry, u$ing neat sk.etohes. (05 Marks) a Writt short nol*s on : i.) lteiriiorcerl Brick work ii) l"Iollow block construction. (05 Merks) d o9?l- ;r qd 6; Wirnt *rr:e tire classi.fication$ oF Arch accorcling to shape? Explain them in brief, (I0 Marks) LV 1; 4) b. Detine Linlei, Chqija and llalcerny with sketches. {Sd Marks) do o. Whal do you mean by shoring and scn(Solding? (0a Marks) Eu q With the help *I n$ilt skctchcs, $f king post and steel roof tnrs$ (half pofiion) indicating B:. 6n -od beariug plates, purling and looi covering, Name all the parts. (10 Markc) k bxplaln cerantrc lloonng. (05 h{aricl} .tro ok i4* c. Write a nute nn weather proof coursc for R.C.C rocf slab. (05lllrrks) EflA" r- a); P.A&T. & rAv , !ud (.) ur( it. Sket.ch * fully panell*el door inoluding the fiftme and name all parts. (I0 Marks) :$r r" r: - i.. b l.,ist dilTerent ffi*s of r,vindor,qs. Explain any two. (05 Marks) :: C !i* :>i [,ist rJii]er*nl. tySrus *fstairs and rxplriin m.ir two. ({}5 Mrrk) * u L !{ I fi:Y g, tixplaiu the i:rocedure of plastering using oe.mcnt morter. (10 M*rks) l, !.- b. IJxplain eonstituents of paint and list ttre typcs of paint. (10 klark) () (, -*, .<( r",{ it. Write * txi*{n*t* il.fi sest *l1(otive building materials. (t0 Marks) ;, b. St-tto the arivantiiges and disilcivantages t:f st*i:iliz*d hlocks, preca$t doors and precast ra*lfs. $ Marlu) 7:. {1S ri (1r.) a. Why fbnrr work is neccssnry? Bxplain *uttering cierails of a R.C.C beam and slab fl<lor.li: d flt) Mrrks) b. Writo l} n$ls $n : i) slip funning ii) l)amp proof construction. (r0 Marks)
    • L$N ]il] J--] $scv43 Fourth Scmester B.ts. Segre* f{xnmination, }/Iay/June 20.10 Structural AnalYsis - I l-ime: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100 a) () Notcriy;Ti::i*rffi;:;,1ff <) "*nssetestins*tteastrwo s. sl PAR"T - A (l i(, q) il. Disting"uish Setween the staticaliy ffiI.* structures axd statically indetern:dnate {t d.) strusture$, with exeunpk:s. {06 Marks)no b. An*lyze tire rruss shown in fig. Ql(b) hy the nrethod ofjoints. Inr{icate the nremberfcrrces on a llc{rt sketch ojthe tntss.Ho! (14 M*rls)io itrop rig;Q1(b)((<f{)cc.Y?, - &. Dstrnnine the slope aud deflection at the lree end oJ the cantilever bearn showr in.:o4ad fig,Q.Z(a), by rnor:,rent a.rea methorl. Take HI = 4000 kN m2. (10 Msrks)Au * loHd EI"ll 5}-tl(;o Fig.Q2(a) _j NB.r .."(]>e A AB ald sp.m 6m carries a point loarl of 45kN at a distance of 4m {rorn the left end,=(ia"(,(6 b. bearrr A. Finrt the siopc at A ii) the defleetion under the load iii) the section where the i)"f,o deflection is maximum and iv) rnaxinrum deflection. T*ke [ * 200kN/nrm2 and I * 8.3?5 , 107 m#. adopt coqjugate beam method. (10 Marks)o!,CIc. c! Fo. 5(g ee a. With usual ncrtations, show that the strain snergy storecl due to bending is given Uy fS $. J}Er sr(d 5u 5r.& (06 Marks) t- :: {} .I] h. Finci th* rJefjsction rinder the concentrated ioacl, using bearn energy melhod, fi:r the beam nhowlr in fig. Q3(b). As*ume [ * 200kNI**, I * i x 107 mma. (l{ Ivtsrks) ot) : ao0 knd . $ig.Q3(b) :o xL ci ^t]n*re ie r* 5+*-...*t;--*Q{2--qu{,- rv I;ind thc verticai anrl horizor:tal eieflectir:rn.s of the joint Cl of the loaded kus$, shown in hg.Q+. ; o The cross * s*ctional arens clf the memhers CD and DE are eaoh 2500mm2 and those of the,Z other members ar,l each l250mrrr2. Tuk* * 200kN/mrn2 [ (20 Marls) Eor+t ? (: I:ig.Q4 T ZYl1 -T I of 2
    • 0scv43 nAel : e a" A tlrrec hingecl parabOlic arch has a span r:f 20r:r ancl rise of 5nr. it carries a unifbrnrly tiistributed loaci o125lc}{/rn over the.teit trarof the span and a point loacl of lzgkN at Srn fionr the right e*d. I:ind the bencring momenr, norniar ihrust r"d ;;;r -rr#*ffi;#;;j b. A cahle o1spa:r 20ln and clip 4rn carries a uni{cmnty cjisrribured toaci oI z0kN/rrllff:tl whels: spiir:. FincJ i) ma.xinrr.un tension in the cable ii) minirnum tension in tho cable iii) rJrc Iongth ol.the cable. (i)8 Marks] ?L Determine tlte reacrion componenq i1 the proppeil cantilever shown in fig. Q6{a). HI is constanl th*:ugfuout. use trre rnethod of consrsrciri defbnrration. (l{} Mnrks) rrrl*tull ,30hN I;is.ei:r(a j fi,^- -.*.** ---*-A*a k* **.=.?.-^ "_.*k*"-L. f ,,., -_" ."...-.-.ffFh A;:r<>ppcrl r:nntilcvur healn ul.tpiut 4rn is sutrjected tr: unifbrmly cli.srributeclJoad i0kN/nr tlrrougltoul th* s;:al. Arralyze th* lream erf intens:ity by stri.rin energiy nretirrxj. Aiso dralv BM diagrirnt. (I{ihe Marks)Anallze the contintxtus trearn "shttwn in fig. Q7, by using thrce drl(/*rrlrrr uLllr( a "1 -7 "-""er r"rv] rnoment equation ancl draw thebe[diflg mt]ntt:ttl- tliftp,rtrn. (?o Marks) :* xulJ* -il rI irg,()/ k**-*{r* ***-i[ +*{a show that jhr a trv* JLirgecl par;rbolir: arch of unilbnn flexural rigidity, the lrorizo*tal thrust at eaoh supporr is givcrr bv r"t == ft]IJ1 (It Marks)b. Jlau A.rwci hingeci ;:im:.br:li*;u.clr *Ispan 2(Jm ancl ris* 4m carries an uniforn:rly rtisfi"ibuted olS0kN/rr. on th* l*Ji h*ll.at th* span. Iiinci loacj the renction.r at the supporls *nd th* position and ar*oun| rif rnfi,xiurr*r: bendintr; illorne]fl . (tr{i Mark.e) /. OI .!-
    • "-. [ 1::_:]- l-1 1:Ii_. l- I *6CV 44 Iromrth Sem*ster B.m. Ilegrec Exarnimation, M*y/Juns 2010 Survmying * [[ "lirne: li lrrs Max. Mar:ks:100 Not*: Aruswer $ny f {Vil full questions,-s*lecting u n/ Ieast I,WO rJr*usfirrus fro* eaeh part. ,9 ..) OJ FART * /t .? E (q I a. flxplain thc measurement of horizontal angles by the rnethod of repetitions with the -t, {) 6, nec*ssj;rr,v! st.andard tal:r.rlar elirninated. fbrmat. lvlcntion thr: errors (10 Marks) {) L h. ISxplain the temporary arljustments o{-a t}reodolite. (10 Mar,ks) t!-_y/ (5 L il. I.,isr []rc orcler ir: wh,ich permaneni adjustrnent$ of a thecldolite shouid be made to prevent the:h disturbance of earl ier adj ustments. (05 &lxrks)to" dcfr Explain the TWO * PES THS:I" with relerence to pennanent adjustments of a ehnnpy level..- -t..E ..r ff, t c^i Iixplnin the ari.iustrn*nt *f l:nrizonta{ axis of a tr:ansit theo<iolite hy the SI}iRE Tpd[:.*oo*) gii-9() (10 Marks) O; 3 a. in or<ler tc asctfiain the eleviltiort oJ. the top of a signal (Q) on a hiil, the obsen ations were std *1 nt{de tion: two stations P and It at a horizontai distanc.s 100.00 m apart, the stations ll and 5u RLteing in linervith "Q.Ihe engle of. elevation af Q frornFandRwere 28o42and 1S"06respectively. I-he stafJreading on bench mark (I{1. * 287.280 m) were 2.870 m and dc O(, bJ) c.9(c 3.750 m respectively tiorn P and R with tclescope ho-rjzontal, Deternrine the elev*tion of /N {bot o1thc signal ilthe heigirl atrovc its hase is 3,0 ur. (10 Marks)t,d .,i b. Iirorn lhe ends of a base line AB 150 m long two points P anci Q werc ohserved ivith theJrr . fteodolite and the f{)llowing angles rvcre recordeci : 6* * 40o * Jil AL [-:nis." $$" , [g}ln lSnU =, 50", [!BA =" 7Bo , [ae 45 , vcrrical anglc {iorn A tn thc. tr:p oJ P : 23o, vertical angle frorn A [o t]re top of Q * i 90. Back sight on ;; l; RM (.[fL : l5?.000rn) tlonr A * 1.600 nr (u.ith telescope horizontal). Compute RL of P and rii Q nnci horizonta.l distancc b{:tws$fl P and Q. Aisci find the graciierrt trstween P anrl Qi ; <a ,Il !-o ;- (lil Markr) o.- b0() I- {J) il- A {lxesl hair tiichcclmetsr titted with analiactic lens was set up at a staticrn D with the r olli:wi ng rirsrsrv iliion:; : () $*]Inpeslinmln)^. :L {, 0.800, 1.855, 2,gl}..-j r.i 0.660, 2.2*$,3.74A ; 70t30 () | ttullt tt tU r.t. ,r-r.rl,ut.rru utu l$ii:iuivilt (10 Marks) f: D lwo vertical u:rgk:s to van$ii fixed at I rn and 3 m above tlic for:t of tire staflheld vertically N irl: a statioll A wore"i- 230 and"l 5"r.18 respec.tively. Find tire horizon1ri clistance and $" R.L. ilf A. R.L *{horixontai axis of instrument is 438.550 rn above t}re riaturn" If any equation is used clerive the same" (10 M*rkc) I of 2
    • / 06cv44 I}ART.". X} 5 a. l-)erive the expr*ssions fbr the fcrllowing elernenls of a sinlple curve : i) Leugth of rhe curve ii) Tangenr lengtJi iii) l,ength uf the long chorcl ir) r{pex dist*nce. {rt} Marks) b lwtl lansents intersect at ilr cha.inage o{ ll90 rn. I}eflection angie *f sir:rple curvs is j6,i. Compute all the data nec*ssary for seftling oilt a simple curve of i.aclius 300 m by Ratrkine,s dcllec{ion angl* methori" Inke peg interv&i o{30 m" Tabulate lhe results s]rowing de.flection angtr* to be set in a 2{}" lheoclCIlitr:. (10 Marks) a lwo straigh.ts AB and B{-l ale intersscteci by a line KM. i:he rariius of: the first UUKA=" l40n anct I.I{MC* 145,,. arc is 600 m anel that of sosond arc is 400 n:" Irind the chainage ,f tamgent p<:ints and pr:int of compound curwature given th.at the *hainagc of poilr of intersectionllis34lS ur. (I0Marrur) b l"he first hranch tll a rcverse curv(: lras a radius cI200 rn. Find thc raclius of,secnd hranch so that the curve.cal) corulect parall*l straights 18 m aparJ.The distance between t*"g;t points is to bc 110 m, Also calcirlate the tenfrns ortr,o b,arrrr-- rr}r-i,,r.,.. (r0 Marks) a lxptain h*",,r the length r:l tlte rransition curve ran br: cornputecl tbrrn i) lime r*rt., ; ii) Rate ol^clrmgc oirirdiiil i*i;csleration. / (l{} Markr) b With nent sk*tches, disti:ngtuish betrve*n sumrnit cu{rles aricl valtrey curves. {0s hlarks} c A vertical clrrvc has an upgraclc oi2.5 % tbllowetl by a dorvng*d. g.S;i.:Ihe recommenrjed re$e of oitange oI grade is 0.l5oZ per chain of 20r:r. Conipute the length of rhe vertical cilrve. (t)5 Markr) 8 a. Tho lrrtittrdes and dcpartures oftl:e lin*s o1a ck:secl traverse AIICDA are given below. corni:r"rt* the area of tr:averss by indepentient so*ordinate msthod. (10 M*rks) DA l-22r.40 A roird en:hankment is 30 ln rvide at the lnp wirl: side skrpes of ?: L T,he ground levels at I00 m int*rvals ak:ng a line A.l3 zue as under: A, 170.30, tdq.t0, "ih* 16g.50, td.tO, I6d.50, B. it:rmatir:n level at A is 178.70 rrr with unifonr: failing grariient,of "B I)ctcnnine tite uolume a{eiul.hquiikc by prismtiidal I in 50 fionr ,A, te fbilula. Assume the ground t levei in crns* section (rt) Marlsi be 2of2
    • 06cv4s USiN f,iorlrth $exuester B.,IL" X)cgnne sxnnrination, May/June 2010 &{ydnauxlics an?d b*ydrautrle Machines lvla.x. fularks:l0l) Notr.:: Answer omy J;I[rS .fu{l qaestietns, se{ecting n$ Ja$sd fWfi rllr*sci*rms from *ach prrt- r.l PAlt[" * A (i (7 I rr" I.)eri.r* l.he Chezys equation fbr u.nilirrin {low in an open chi}nnel. l.,ist thc assun:ptiorrs L. c- marle in cleriving t-he sirme. tr{ence estal:iish a relatir:n bctwccn Mzurn.ings n and C]rezys O. 1i (10 M*rks) @ Cd -tl b. A trapezoirJal chxtnel with siile sir:pes r:f0.5 I-l : I V is ti: be desigrred ius the most efttcient c) f.) ch*n1*l ro carry 30 ml,/sec cli"schar6le at a slope nl 0.CI00556. I.Jsing Chezys C as $0. o ! (.lt) lVlarks) 3,1 u) * (/ vt Z a. Define thr: term sp*citic energiy. With a neat $ketch, exp).ain specilic eneqry <liagrarn Derive A <-) ih* li;rnmlae Ji:r critical rlepth and rnininrum specifio energy fnr critical ll*rv in a rectangrrlar J]., ri 50 u:. cJrannel. {10 M*rks) d d$ h. Watsr fl1rrvs a[ * rali: oJ J rl cuit]ecs Lhrough ;l 6 rn u,"id* rectangular ch.annel, clepth <ll {Jr:w : c,b Lroisg 400 r:rnr, Jligd out iia hyclraulic.iurn.p will occur flnd iI yes, rvhat is ths depth atter thc Y4) qlc: jumpl ilak:ulate thc k:ss tl{energy tluc to th* jurnp. (10 Mnrkr) -0 ol LL 6 3 u^ A hyclrau.li* pi.pr:li.ne 2 hn lr:ng aircl 400 mm diametcr is used to ctlnvey #ater with a 4.1 voli,city of l.S"nr/s. I)*:t*rruine ih* pr***urs rise if thc valvc provided at tlre outlet end is !/n. cfiissci i.rr (i) i2 secr:nds (ii) 2 seconds. Consider the pipe to be rigid and t&ke bulk modulus o0 !) cd - of wrttcrK*rou,, - 20 x I0$ Nlnr2. {I.$ Mnrlts) a o -r: ,DI b" Pn:vo that lho d"ischar";1e over a spiilua; is giverr by the rtlatipn: ^J .J :i_L):-.$: - .,J u- un"i,rtib 5t l v [i.j >) ;. ,- l) rvllere, V .. rreiocity i:1. ftrou, ; I) -, depth at the {}rrr:at ; }{ : head r lr.vater . S " acceleration c* (I0 Marks) duc tr: gravity. ** iii .) j .,: 4 a, D*rive tlre cql"ration lbr the *,ork dene by a jot on a m*vittg slqnmehioal cu:vecl varle and thc .h J (10 Marks) .ied strihing *t ttre centre. {, 1+. !. b. A srlunre plate weighirrg 120 N has *n edlt$ of 350 nin. Ilte thickness o{r the plate is r"rnito.rrn. It is irr-urg st.: that. it carr swir:g freely about the upper: horizontal edgc. A horiz.ontal $;, !"0 r-i d (i -. jet r:{25 rnm ciiuuret*r iuvirr& I B m/s velncity impinge.s on the plate. Ihe ce*tre iine ol jet is Mo .af cho ?(.Xl xrm L,CIlnvi, thc upper cdge nf platc. Firrd rvhat ft:rc* must bt: applied at the lower edge i:1 u*- (1$ Markr) gol 1:laLe in r:rd*r tr: k*cp it verLical. F> 5k =ol cl I)AR."U * 13 V< -* a.l 5 l. W"hat *r* furbines? I)iscuss in detail the clas.sification of turbines. (10 ivtarks) U b. A p*lton whrlui hns to dr:vclop 1320{) KW u.:rdcl a net head of 820 rn while ntnning at e 7-. spi:** r:i6{}0 rprlr. l{. t}:c cr:cJ-{rr".icn1 ol iet Cv "": 0,$&, sp*r:cl ratio $ " $.^{$ and the .jet (i t: diam*ter is .,1." riiwhc<:l diameter, caluulate: c A. l6 L. i) Pitcl: circle diameter ii) The di*meter of the jet iii) the quantity oJ rvn.t*r supplieci to the wheel iv) Ihe nurnber ofjr:ts required. ,{ssumr: i:v*rnll olficier:cv as 8.5%. (10 Mark.q) I of2
    • i,:r--"- - " ti1.tr,+q.ia.r7 s#cv45 a neat sketch of velocity triangles, derive rhc equarion for ffil: efficieucy oI.a Francis b An inward fJow rvarer turbine has blades, th*, iru er an<i outer r:adii of which 50 crn respectively water onttrs th- ,* Ji#fi ;i;il u,,or*o**r.periphertrr *{t}r avelooit, of 4s m/sec r"rraking an angle of 25u with,rr- i-re-;*;;th". wheel at the inlet tip. water.,leaves hlade with a llow velocity of the 8,n/r*;. if tfr;b}J--,rgl-$ at i,nlet a*d outlet are 35o r*spectively. dctem:rine : anrl 25o i) Spcecl of the tur$ine wheel ii) Work cione per Nevton of water" (10 &Irrtrs) a with a neat sketch, t*pJtin the ee*11al layor"rt oia.hydroeiectric power plant. b IJxplain the tenns sp*e? and unit quantiti.s, * applied (10 Merks) p**ifi" are they usefirl to practical engineers? to hydraulic turbines. How c. Sr^rggesr a suitable rype of totin* ro clc.v,eloq g000 kW power under operaring *t zz0 r:pm. whff are lhe consideratj*", a head " ,JrLTffi: ror":,o,i"*ieJ;iiir" "f (0d Mrrks) tL whar is a cr:xirrrirug"l]ruilpJ Hxprain its worrring, with b Determine the overalf eruiitgr-i or, ..nt & inili;,ffi ffiil nsat sketch. Suction,gauge reading * f ZO:n*,uf fbuo*r*g **, ,"r*lil,Marks) **r.u., uelivery gauge rea<lrng = 220 [N/m2 Fleight oldelivery goug" over suction gauge = 200 r*i P---cv ewv mrn Discharge,= 7500 /pn: of,water Diameter of suetion pi.pe * 300 rnrx l)ianreter of cieiiverf p;;- = tdil; Power of rn.tor- 40 i(w. (I0 Marks) *$rl ** 2 ofZ
    • r r --T -,*l*-.l- i -j i r-*, o6cv46 usN L l- l- r r-- r- - i-*l I J tsour"th Sern*stcr II.H. $*gree Sxarnination, May/June 201,0 ffira$tding Fler*m$mg mmd Sr*wlmg li.rns: 4 hrs. Max. Marks:100 Note: I" $r:r*#on No.l from }?{R?:/ is cornpuls*ry- 2- .4n*.wsr $ny f$yg qusstiansfrom PART-B. 0 J 5 5 N ! :L 5 I}ARtr.* A q (; l}nwthe plar:, elelati.on and. seoti$nal elevation for the line dirgraln of tle huilding shown -o ir: Irig.Q I " A lso w:it.e the scheduie o fnpen.ings. aJ ar: of the irui lcling. ]?tr (25 Marks) il 3x jv_ b. Blevatieln^ (15 Marks) c. Sec.tir:n alongA" A. (15 hlarks) rdu d, Schedule of openings. (05 fftrarks).:lr,! - " ".tr =09 I ofi rIART -.- $ oc Draw a plan anil sectional elevation of a IIC.C doglegged staircase . Fli:or: to floor height is 3 r:n. Wid{.h o:ltlre $tajrs is 1.2 rn. Adopt riser ancl tread l5 cm an,d 30 cm r:espectivr:ly. o> q- {I0 &lnrks) <ad tr)raw l.* a suita.hk: scale. th* section and elevation of a li*ly paneled clotrble shuttered d*or. 6- LV ,C {I0 Marku) *! 6JC 6r Prepare a bubble diagram a.rrd develop a line diagram for a primary school building, with a d.d -ta A "o strength of 200 studcnts, with the foliowing rcquircurents: >P 2( oJ- a(} el i) {"llass ror}m.i fur 4t} stuclents cac}r. r, i- ii) l{t:ud lnastsrs ror;m v)* iii) 0fflce roorn :: ct J a) C-- iv) Stallroorn o- O .i v) Spr:rfs r()om vi) Science hall 1/; oL: vii) Lil:rary ll l-: viii) oilet for bofl rind girl$ (separate ly,) ll (pil Marlis) I :- A+ blo ti bt Frepare *bublile.diagraun and c{eveiop er line diagram fbr a prinrary hea.lth centre, with the .: {J= =6J I"bI I r:wing req ui rements : o i) Doctors r:otsultirrg roorn (with attacired toilet) L .- vi i,) tlirst aid rlom / treatment roonr ari iii) Nurse rosrfl I iv) M*dieal sti:re: ) /-.. v) i,ahorntory e vi) Stor* ruonr U L vii) l"ciilet [:lo*k f"r:r rnen and womet (separate]y) {20lllarkr} .l Prcpar:e the waterr suppl-y and saniLiry loyout for a resiclential bui,lcling, shown in Fig.Q4, r,c,ith suitsble n*tali *ns. (2(} M*rks) l of?-
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