GATE CH Question Paper 2007.
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7 The roots of the characteristic equation of an under damped second order system are
(A) real, negative and equal
(B) real, negative and unequal
(C) real, positive and unequal
(D) complex conjugates
8 The total fixed cost of a chemical plant is Rs. 10.0 lakhs; the internal rate of return is 15%, and the annual operating cost is Rs. 2.0 lakhs. The annualized cost of the plant (in lakhs of Rs.) is
(A) 1.8 (B) 2.6 (C) 3.5 (D) 4.3
9 in petroleum refining operations, the process used for convening paraffins and naphthenes to aromatics
(A) catalytic reforming (B) catalytic cracking
(C) hydrocracking (D) alkylation
The active component of catalysts used in steam reforming of methane to produce synthesis gas is
(A) Nickel (B) Iron (C) Platinum (D) Palladium