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Question: In a spring controlled governor, when the controlling force ________ as the radius of rotation increases, it is said to be a stable governor.
A. Remains constant
B. Decreases
C. Increases
D. None of these
Answer: Option C

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Question 1. A reed type tachometer use the principle of
  1.     Longitudinal vibration
  2.     Torsional vibration
  3.     Transverse vibration
  4.     Damped free vibration
Answer: Option C
Question 2. The direction of linear velocity of any point on a link with respect to another point on the same link is
  1.     Parallel to the link joining the points
  2.     Perpendicular to the link joining the points
  3.     At 45° to the link joining the points
  4.     None of the above
Answer: Option B
Question 3. In a steam engine, one method of obtaining the earlier cut-off with a simple slide valve is by increasing the angle of advance of the eccentric while the throw of the eccentric, steam lap and exhaust lap are kept constant. this method will
  1.     Cause withdrawing or throttling of steam
  2.     Reduce length of effective stroke of piston
  3.     Reduce maximum opening of port to steam
  4.     All of these
Answer: Option B
Question 4. In order to double the period of a simple pendulum, the length of the string should be
  1.     Halved
  2.     Doubled
  3.     Quadrupled
  4.     None of these
Answer: Option C
Question 5. The unbalanced force due to revolving masses
  1.     Varies in magnitude but constant in direction
  2.     Varies in direction but constant in magnitude
  3.     Varies in magnitude and direction both
  4.     Constant in magnitude and direction both
Answer: Option B
Question 6. The relative velocity of b with respect to a in a rigid link ab is
  1.     Parallel to AB
  2.     Perpendicular to AB
  3.     Along AB
  4.     At 45° to AB
Answer: Option B

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