GATE ME Question Paper 2005.
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Which one of the following is a criterion in the design of hydrodynamic journal bearings?
(a) Somme fled number
(b) rating life
(c) Specific dynamic capacity
(d) Rotation factor
When the temperature of a solid meta increase.
(a) strength ol the metal decreacs but ductility Inc rca ses
(b) both strength and ductility of the metal decrease
(c) both strength and ductility o( (he metal increase
(c) strength of the metal increases but ductility decreases
The strength of a brazed joint
(a) decreases with increase in gap between the two joining surfaces
(1) increases with increase in gap between the two joining surfaces
(c) decreases up to certain gap between the two joining surfaces beyond which it increases
(d) increases up to certain gap between the two joining surfaces beyond which it decreases