**INDUSTRY AND COMPANY AWARENESS (ICA)**

## MCQs

Total Questions : 71
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**1**of 8 pages**Glass spheres of 2 mm radius and at 500 degree Celsius are to be cooled by exposing them to an air stream at 25 degree Celsius. Find maximum value of convective coefficient that is permissible. Assume the following property values**

__Question 1.__Density = 2250 kg/m³

Specific heat = 850 J/kg K

Conductivity = 1.5 W/m K

**Answer: Option C. ->**225 W/m²K

Answer: (c).225 W/m²K

**Answer: Option D. ->**– p V c = h A (t – t0)

Answer: (d).– p V c = h A (t – t0)

**Answer: Option A. ->**Conduction when temperature at a point varies with time

Answer: (a).Conduction when temperature at a point varies with time

**An average convective heat transfer coefficient for flow of air over a sphere has been measured by observing the temperature-time history of a 12 mm diameter copper sphere (density = 9000 kg/m³ and c = 0.4 k J/kg K) exposed to air at 30 degree Celsius. The temperature of the sphere was measured by two thermocouples one located at the center and the other near the surface. The initial temperature of the ball was 75 degree Celsius and it decreased by 10 degree Celsius in 1.2 minutes. Find the heat transfer coefficient**

__Question 4.__**Answer: Option D. ->**25.13 W/m² K

Answer: (d).25.13 W/m² K

**A 2 cm thick steel slab heated to 525 degree Celsius is held in air stream having a mean temperature of 25 degree Celsius. Estimate the time interval when the slab temperature would not depart from the mean value of 25 degree Celsius by more than 0.5 degree Celsius at any point in the slab. The steel plate has the following thermal physical properties**

__Question 5.__Density = 7950 kg/m³

C P = 455 J/kg K

K = 46 W/m K

**Answer: Option B. ->**6941 s

Answer: (b).6941 s

**Answer: Option A. ->**Biot number

Answer: (a).Biot number

**Answer: Option B. ->**Exponential

Answer: (b).Exponential

**Answer: Option C. ->**0.48

Answer: (c).0.48

**Answer: Option A. ->**B I < 0.1

Answer: (a).B I < 0.1

**Answer: Option D. ->**Volume of solid to its surface area

Answer: (d).Volume of solid to its surface area