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Interview Questions On Fluid Mechanics | Mechanical Engineering Basics

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1. How Cavitation can be eliminated in a Pump? Cavitation means bubbles are forming in the liquid. · To avoid Cavitation, we have to increase the Pump size to One or Two Inch; · To increase the pressure of the Suction Head, or · Decrease the Pump Speed. 2. Which pump is more efficient Centrifugal pump or Reciprocating pump? Centrifugal

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Artificial Leaf Solar Power | Artificial Leaf Produce Electricity

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Photosynthesis: Photosynthesis is the process by which plants, some bacteria, and some protists use the energy from sunlight to produce sugar, which cellular respiration converts into ATP, the “fuel” used by all living things. The conversion of unusable sunlight energy into usable chemical energy, is associated with the actions of the green pigment chlorophyll. They release molecular oxygen and remove

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Mechanical Engineering Career Information | Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions

What is Heat rate of a Power plant? Heat rate is a measure of the turbine efficiency. It is determined from the total energy input supplied to the Turbine divided by the electrical energy output. The highest value of Thermal conductivity is expected for a.) Solid ice   b.) Melting ice c.) Water d.) Boiling water. Give the Thermal conductivity value.

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Latest Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions | Entry Level Mechanical Engineering Jobs Interview Questions

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1) Difference between Performance and Efficiency? · The accomplishment of a given task measured against preset known standards of accuracy, completeness, cost, and speed is called as Performance. · Efficiency is defined as the input given and the work obtained from that input like money, time, labour etc. It’s the main factor of productivity. 2) What is the difference between

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Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions For Fresher’s | Mechanical Placement Interview Questions

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1. How do you come to know air is Fully Saturated? In its Dew point. (100% relative humidity condition). 2. What is the hottest part of refrigerant in the refrigeration System? Compressor. (Some types of refrigeration system will reach up to 311 deg Celsius.) 3. How to measure Temperature of a Bearing? Normally the temperature range from 80 degree to

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Interview Mechanical Engineer | Mechanical Engineering Career Paths | Mechanical Engineering Questions

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1. What is Auto Dosing? Auto dosing is an automated system of feeding the equipment with liquid products. It is the ideal way to ensure the correct calibrated dose at the right time every time in auto. 2. Difference between Codes, Standards and Specifications? Code is procedure of acceptance and rejection criteria. Standard is accepted values and compare other with

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Placement Interview Questions | Latest Mechanical Engineering Interview Questions

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1. Where Multi-stage pump used Pressure washing of Aircraft, Trains, Boats and Road vehicles as well as Spray washing of industrial parts and Electronic components. 2.  What is the function of Scoop in BFP (Boiler Feed Water Pump) in Thermal Power Station? The Function of Scoop tube is regulating the varying amount of oil level in the coupling during operation

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Oscillating Conveyor System | Vibratory Oscillating System | Vibrating Conveyor Applications

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Selection of vibratory conveyor: The oscillating motion of the trough is achieved via specially designed inclined arms and an eccentric shaft driven by a motor through V-belts. The eccentric shaft is mounted on anti friction bearings and has V-pulleys at both ends with weights on them to counteract the unbalancing force. The rotation of the eccentric shaft provides a forward

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Vibrating Conveyor | Oscillating Conveyor | Vibrating Conveyor Parts | Vibrating Conveyor Components

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Vibratory conveyor / Oscillating Conveyor A vibratory conveyor essentially consists of an open or closed trough or pipe, generally horizontal but not always so, and which is elastically supported on a base structure or suspended from an overhead structure by springs. The trough or pipe is caused to oscillate at high frequency and small amplitude by an appropriate drive mechanism.

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Vertical Screw Conveyors | Vertical Screw Pump | Vertical Screw Conveyor Design

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Vertical screw conveyors: A vertical screw conveyor conveys material upward in a vertical path. It requires less space than some other types of elevating conveyors. Vertical screw conveyor can handle most of the bulk materials provided there is no large lump. The maximum height is usually limited to 30m. A vertical screw conveyor consists of a screw rotating in a

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