Pune University BE IT Geo Informatics Systems Question Papers

Pune University BE IT Geo Informatics Systems Question Papers

B.E. (IT) GEO INFORMATICS SYSTEMS (2008 Pattern)

(Elective – IV) (Sem. – II)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate answer books.

2)           From section - I answer Q.1 or Q.2, Q.3 or Q.4, Q.5 or Q.6 and from Section - IIanswer Q.7 or Q.8, Q.9 or Q.10, Q.11 or Q.12.

3)           Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)           Figures to the right indicate full marks.

SECTION - I

QI) a) What are the basic characteristics of a digital image?                                          [2]

b)        What is an image registration?                                                                          [4]

c)         What are the elements of visual interpretation of the satellite images? Explain the importance of each element in brief                                                      [12]

OR

Q2) a) What are the different image corrections which are required before data analysis and extraction of information from the image? Explain in brief. [12]

b) What is image enhancement? Explain in brief.                                                 [6]

Q3)

a)

Draw a block diagram of remote sensing process and explain it in

brief.

[10]

b)

What is IRS? What are the applications of IRS?

[6]

OR

Q4)

a)

What is microwave remote sensing? Explain in brief.

[4]

b)

Answer the following :

i) In the context of remote sensing what is a band?

[4]

ii) What is an active and passive remote sensing?

[4]

iii) What is a satellite swath?

[4]

 

Define GIS. What are the components of GIS? What is the concept of layers in GIS?     [6]

What is a map projection? What is conic map projection? Explain with the help of a neat diagram.                                                                                                                        [2 + 8]

OR

Answer the following :

i)              What is a map?                                                                                          [I]

ii)           What is a large scale map and a small scale map?                              [3]

iii)         What is the way in which a map scale is represented?                      [2]

iv)         What is map legend?                                                                               [2] Write a short note on all types of cylindrical map projections.                                                             [8]

SECTION – II

What are the various ways and means to collect new data for a GIS application? Explain in brief                                                                                                                               [8]

Elaborate various reason for the data errors in GIS.                                    [8]

OR

What is Data cleaning process in GIS? Explain in brief                             [8]

What are map to map and image to map transformations? Explain in brief.            [8]

What is point, line and polygon in the context of GIS? Explain with suitable example.   [6]

What is the raster data representation in GIS? Explain in brief. [6]

What is buffering and overlay? Explain with the context of vector data analysis.  [6]

OR

What is vector data representation in GIS? Explain in brief.                     [6]

What are the types of queries in GIS? Explain in brief.                              [6]

What are neighborhood operations and zonal operations in the context of raster data? Explain with the context of raster data analysis. [6]

QII) a) What is the role of GIS in urban management? Explain in brief. [8]

b) Take an application of transport network planning and explain how GIS can be useful for that.                                                                                                                       [8]

OR

Q12) a) What is the role of GIS in municipal management? Explain in brief. [8]

b) Take an application of enhancing mobile telecommunication and explain how GIS can be useful for that.

Pune University BE IT Advanced Operating Systems Question Papers

Pune University BE IT Advanced Operating Systems Question Papers

B.E. (IT) ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS (2008 Pattern)

(Elective – I) (Sem. – I)

Time: 3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer any three questions from each section.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate answer books.

3)            Figures to the right indicate full marks.

4)            Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1) a) An operating system could implement a memory I/O device. I/O operations to the device cause the corresponding memory location to be read or written. What is the disadvantage of providing such a device? Should it be accessible to users or just to system administrators? [4]

b)           Indicate how mutual exclusion could be implemented using mailboxes with nonblocking send_mailbox and blocking receive_mailbox primitives. Assume the primitives are executed as indivisible operations.                                                                 [4]

c)            Explain commonly used process scheduling criteria.                                  [8]

OR

Q2) a) Explain the following UNIX commands with example.                                 [10]

i)    chgrp        ii) wall

iii)  ftp iv) chown

v) chmod

i) 0,99 iv) 3,222

b) An operating system using simple segmentation, compute the physical address for each of the logical addresses, given the following segment table. If the address generates a segment fault, indicate so.                                                                                [6]

Segment

Base

Length
1 330 124
2 876 211
3 111 99
4 498 302
ii) 2,78 iii) 1,265 v) 0,111 vi) 1,212

Q3) a) Give functional specifications of KMOSSTART and KMOSCLOCK.

b)            Explain procedure call and supervisor call used to invoke OS services.

OR

Q4) a) Explain interrupt management in KMOS. [10] b) What is process dispatch? Write functional specification for process DISPATCH in KMOS.                                                                                     [6]

Q5) a) Explain different multiprocessor interconnection types.                        [12]

b) Explain FORK and JOIN primitives in multiprocessor OS.                           [6]

OR

Q6) a) What is thread? Explain multithreading with example.                            [8]

b)            Write advantages of using multiprocessor.                                                   [6]

c)            Classify multiprocessor OS based on how machine related its instructions to the data processing.                                                                                                [4]

SECTION – II

Q7) a) Describe zoned page frame allocator in detail.                                        [10]

b) Explain management of heap area by UNIX OS.                                             [6]

OR

Q8) a) Explain allocation and deallocation of a slab to a cache.                          [8]

b) Write a note on slab coloring.                                                                               [8]

Q9) a) Explain different general purpose I/O interfaces.                                      [6]

b) Describe components of the device driver model in detail.                                                 [10]

OR

Q10)a) Explain polling and interrupt mode to monitor I/O.                                  [8]

b) Explain buffering strategies for character devices.                                                                                 [8]

Q11)a) Write UNIX file system security mechanisms.                                                 [4]

b)            Write the structure of UNIX Inode. Calculate the maximum size of a file if the block size is 1K and size of index entry requires 4 bytes. [8]

c)            Write a short note on file hole.                                                                         [6]

OR

Q12)a) What do you mean by a dirty pages? When are they written to disk? [4]

b)            Explain how journaling works.                                                                        [6]

c)            Write data structures for file memory mapping.                                           [8]

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Pune University BE Polymer Engineering Rubber Technology Question Papers

Pune University BE Polymer Engineering Rubber Technology

Question Papers

B.E. (Polymer) RUBBER TECHNOLOGY (2008 Pattern) (Elective – IV) (Sem. – II)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)           Answer 3 questions from Section I and 3 questions from Section II.

2)           Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)           Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)           Pigures to the right indicate full marks.

5)           Your answers will be valued as a whole.

6)           Use fo logarithmic tables slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.

7)           Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

QIA a) What are the molecular-structural requirements for a material to act as a

rubber?                                                                                                                 [6]

b)        Explain the thermodynamic theory of rubber elasticity.                     [6]

c)         Discuss the various stages involved in raw rubber technology.         [6]

OR

Q2) a) Discuss the stress strain relationship for vulcanized and unvulcanized

rubbers.                                                                                                                [6]

b)        Explain the following terms.                                                                    [6]

i)              Rebound resilience

ii)            Storage hardening and crystallization of Natural rubber.

c)         Discuss the plysics of raw and vulcanized rubber.                               [6]

Q3) a) State the different types of C-blacks and differentiate between then. [4]

b)          What is the need for addition of vulcanising agents? State the different types of vulcanising agents with examples. Also explain the need and mechanism of functioning of activators and accelerators with two examples of each.                        [6]

 

c)         Explain the need for addition, mechanism of functioning and two examples of each of the following additives w.r.t. rubbers.                                                            [6]

i)             Peptizers

ii)           Tackifiers

iii)        Blowing agent

OR

Q4) a) Discuss the basic principles used in compounding of rubber. List the various ingredients used in rubber compounding. Give the role of each ingredients with suitable examples.    [6]

b)        Write a short note on ‘fillers’ used in a rubber compound and their effect on the properties of the compound.                                                                     [6]

c)         What is mastication of rubbers? How is it carried out? Discuss w.r.t. Natural rubber.                                                                                                                      [R]

Q5) a) What is vulcanisation? Explain the process of vulcanising giving chemical reactions for at least three commercial elastomers.                                                                  [R]

b)        Discuss the factors affecting the process of vulcanisation. State 8 discuss various techniques of vulcanisation.                                                                     [6]

c)        Draw and explain the rheometer cure curve. Explain its significance. [6]

OR

Q6) a) Write a short note on the Mooney viscometer 8 plastometer w.r.t. rubbers.                                                                                                                [6]

b)        List 8 discuss the different types of vulcanising agents used with rubbers. [R]

c)        Discuss the kinetics of vulcanisation.                                                             [6]

SECTION – II

Q7) a) List the different types of roll arrangements used in calendaring. Explain roll chambering.                                                                                                                               [6]

b)        What is roll bending in calendaring? What are the remedies to overcome the same? [8]

c)        Discuss compression molding process w.r.t rubbers.                                 [R]

OR

Explain the process of injection molding of rubbers.                                  [8]

List the different types of extruders used with rubbers.                              [4]

What are the advantages and disadvantages of injection Molding as compared to compression molding of rubbers.                                                                                            [6]

List the various components forming a tyre structure and explain the function of each component. List the rubbers used in tyre manufacture. [6]

Define “Cellular rubber”. What are the 3 main classes of cellular rubber? Differentiate between them.                                                                                                                     [6]

With the help of a neat sketch list the various constructional elements of a cable stating the function of each element.                                                                                                 [4]

OR

Explain the process for manufacture of rubber conveyor belts. State the applications of rubber conveyor belts.                                                                                                    [6]

Explain the straight dipping process for manufacture of latex gloves. [6]

Discuss the construction of a rubber hose. State the materials used for making rubber hoses.     [4]

Write a short note on tests carried out on raw rubbers.                               [6]

State 2 applications in which the rubber product is tested for abrasion. Explain the procedure to carry out the test.                                                                                                [6]

Define the term “resilience” and explain the test used to measure rebound resilience.      [4]

OR

Define “fatigue”. Discuss the test procedure, specimen size used to carry out the test for fatigue.                                                                                                                               [6]

Discuss the test procedure to determine low temperature properties in case of rubbers.   [6]

How is ash content and moisture content determined in case of rubbers? [4]

Pune University BE Petroleum Enhancement and Optimization Question Papers

Pune University BE Petroleum Enhancement and Optimization

Question Papers

B.E. (Petroleum Engineering)

PETROLEUM PRODUCTION ENHANCEMENT AND OPTIMIZATION

(2008 Pattern) (Elective – IV) (Sem. – II)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                           [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)           Answer 3 questions from Section I and 3 questions from Section II.

2)           Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)           Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)           Pigures to the right indicate full marks.

5)           Use of logarithmic tables slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.

6)           Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

QIA a) Write the various methods for production enhancement. Explain any one in brief.                          [9]

b) Write the data needed for the design of a successful stimulation job. Also explain how will you evaluate the gain or improvement in productivity before and after fracturing of a well. [9]

OR

Q2) a) Draw the following graphs / sketches.       [9]

i)              Surface read-out of fracturing job.

ii)           Typical fracture geometry.

iii)         IPR before and after fracturing.

b) Explain any one mathematical model of well fracturing. [9]

Q3) a) Write the primary reactions involved in matrix acidization job for sandstone and carbonate formation. Explain dissolving power of a acid and also give typical formulation of acidic system and their concentration for above formation.                                [10]

b) What is formation damage? How it occurs? State and explain any two equations to calculate pressure drop because of formation damage. [6]

 

Q4) a) State and explain the equations to calculate surface pressure required in fracturing and acidization job.   [10]

b) Write a note on well conditioning and clean-up before and after stimulation job.                               [6]

Q5) a) List the various equipments and machinery that is required at the time of fracturing operation and explain the function of each of them in brief. [8]

b) Write a short note on :                        [8]

i)              fracturing proppants.

ii)           fracturing fluids.

OR

Q6) a) Describe in detail various components and steps involved in fracturing treatment design.          [10]

b) Write a short note on :                        [6]

i)             Data frac process.

ii)           Post fracturing job analysis.

SECTION – II

Q 7) a) What is production optimization? Explain various methods of production optimization for self flowing well, in brief.                                             [9]

b) Write the functions of production choke. Draw generic graph and indicate operating point for a typical tubing and choke size on an inflow performance curve. Explain the basis for selection of tubing size and choke size from the point of optimization.   [9]

OR

Q8) a) Draw the graph and explain.                                                                                [12]

i)              Critical and subcritical flow through a choke.

ii)           Role of optimum GLR.

iii)         Choke performance curves for various choke sizes.

iv)         Production rate Vs tubing diameter.

b)        Discuss the general pipeline. Design considerations in brief.                    [6]

 

Q9) a) Describe in brief various techniques to boost oil production from the given reservoir.    [6]

b)        What are different methods to unload a liquid loaded gas well? Explain the flow regimes and plunger lift mechanism used in it.                                          [10]

OR

QI 0) Explain any one case study and describe production optimization techniques that were used in it. Discuss the case from the point of objectives, challenges involved, kown data, method that were adopted and merits as well as demerits.                                             [16]

QII) Describe in detail the well planning required for optimization in following jobs.     [16]

a)         Water and gas shut off

b)        Reperforation

c)        Recompletion of a well bore

d)        Well stimulation.

OR

Q12) Discuss in detail short medium and long term methods to optimize field production. Also write general bottlenecking problems and discuss in brief to achieve highest recovery factor with maximum efficiency.                                                                                              [16]

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Pune University BE Process Engineering Costing and Plant Design Question Papers

Pune University BE Process Engineering Costing and Plant Design

Question Papers

B.E. (Chemical) PROCESS ENGINEERING COSTING & PLANT DESIGN

(2008 Pattern) (Sem. – II)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer three questions from Section -1 and three questions from Section - II.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)            Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)            Pigures to the right indicate full marks.

5)            Use of logarithmic tables slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.

6)            Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

QIA a) Enlist the factors required and explain them in detail for the comparison of different processes to make the same product.                                                              [9]

b) Illustrate the concept of material balance with reaction using suitable neat flow diagram. Take a basis of your choice.                                                                    [9]

OR

Q2) a) Write the sample specification sheet for the shell and tube heat exchanger which show the following                                                                                                              [9]

i)             Identification.

ii)           Function.

iii)         Operation.

iv)         Materials handled.

v)            Basic Design Data.

vi)         Essential controls.

vii)       Insulation requirements.

viii)    Allowable tolerences.

ix)         Special information such as material of construction, gaskets, supports etc.

b) What are the factors that govern the selection of plant site or location? Explain them in details.                                                                                                                 [9]

 

Q3) a) Draw and explain the tree diagram showing the cash flow for industrial operations.         [8]

b) The original investment for an asset was Rs. 10,000 and the asset was assumed to have a service life of 12 years with Rs. 2,000 salvage value at the end of the service life. After the asset has been in use for 5 years, the remaining service life and final salvage value are reestimated at 10 years and Rs. 1,000 respectively. Under these conditions, what is the depreciation cost during the sixth year of the total life if straight – line depreciation is used? [8]

OR

Q4) a) Write a note on types of taxes and insurances and explain them in detail. [8] b) A reactor, which will contain corrosive liquids, has been designed. If the reactor is made of mild steel, the initial installed cost will be Rs. 5,000 and the useful – life period will be 3 years. Since the stainless steel is highly resistant to the corrosive action of the liquids, it has been proposed as an alternative material to mild steel. The stainless – steel reactor would have an initial installed cost of Rs. 15,000. The scrap value at the end of the useful life would be zero for either type of reactor, and both could be replaced at a cost equal to the original price. On the basis of equal capitalized costs for both types of reactors, what should be the useful – life period for the stainless – steel reactor if money is worth 6% compounded anually?                                                                                                                [8]

Q5) a) An industry is producing 3 lakhs kgs of Na2COQ per annum. The total capital investment is 1 crore. The working capital is 15% of total capital. Raw material cost is 5 Rs./kg for the production. Labour cost is

4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Rs./kg, the product utilities 2.5 Rs./kg and packaging 1 Rs./kg. The product is sold at a price of 35 Rs./kg. Find manufacturing cost, total production cost and profit earned before taxes per kg of the product. [8] b) Write a note on cost indexes and explain their importance while estimating equipment costs by scaling such as six – tenths – factor rule.                     [8]

OR

Q6) a) A company has 3 alternative investments, which are being considered. Because all there investments are for the same type of unit and yields same service only, one of the investment can be related. If a company incharge expects 15% rate of return on original investment, which one will be suitable?                                                         [8]

Item

Investment

Investment

Investment
(I)

(II)

(III)

Initial fixed capital (Rs.)

1,00,000

1,70,000

2,10,000

Wroking capital Investment(Rs.)

10,000

10,000

15,000

Annual Cashflow (Rs.)

30,000

52,000

59,000

Annual expenditure (Rs.)

15,000

28,000

21,000

 

b) With neat diagrams, explain the mathematical methods for profitability evaluation.    [8]

SECTION – II

Q7) a) With a neat diagram explain the break – even chart for production schedule and its significance for optimum analysis.                                                                  [8]

b) A plant produces refrigerators at the rate of P units per day. The variable costs per refrigerator have been found to be Rs. 47.73 + 0.1P12. The total daily fixed charges are Rs. 1750, and all other expenses are constant at Rs. 7325 per day. The profit is selling price per refrigerator minus total cost per refrigerator. Total cost per refrigerator is given as,

CT = 47.73 + 0.1P12 + (1750 + 7325)/P If the selling price per refrigerator is Rs. 173,

determine :                                                                                                           [8]

i)              The daily profit at a production schedule giving the minimum cost per refrigerator.

ii)           The daily profit at a production schedule giving the maximum daily profit.

iii)         The production schedule at the break – even point.

OR

Q8) a) The following equation shows the effect of the variables x 8 y on the total cost for a particular operation :

11900

CT = 2.33x + +1.86 y +10 xy

Determine the values of x 8 y which will give the least total cost. [8] b) Explain graphical and analytical general procedure for determining optimum conditions : [8]

Q9) a) Explain composite curves for following heat recovery system. [8]

Stream

Type

Supply temperature T, 0Cs’ Targettemperature

Tt, 0C

A H MW Heat capacity C p MW.K1

R1

Cold

2O 180 32 0.2

R2

Hot

250 40 -31.5 0.15

R Q

Cold

140 230 27 0.3

R 4

Hot

2OO 80 -30 0.25
b) What are the main factors in making the techno – economic feasibility study? Explain in detail.                                                                                                         [8]

 

QI 0) a) Obtain the iterative solution of an LP problem and solve for the maximum using the simplex method.

Maximize : f = xY + 3x2 Subject to : -xx + x2 + xQ = 1

x1 + xQ + xR = 2; x1 > 0 i = 1,…., 4 Where xy xR are slack variables.            [8]

b) Write a note on optimum flow rate of cooling water in condenser. [8]

Draw 8 explain the plant layout 8 name the parts.                                               [9]

A pilot plant consists six activities as tabulated below. Construct a network diagram and estimate EST, LST, EFT, LFT and floats. Mark the critical path and determine project duration.  [9]

Activity Pre – event Sub – event Duration (days)
A 1 2 5
B 2 3 7
C 3 5 6
D 2 4 5
E 4 5 4
F 5 6 4
OR

 

Q12) A chemical plant has sequence of following (A to N) activities. Show the expected time ‘Te’ and latest allowable time ‘TL’ for each activity in the diagram. Estimate the schedule completion time, variance and standard deviation. Also indicate the critical path. [18]

Activity Pre-event Sub-event Optimistic Time ‘a’ Most Likely Time ‘m’ Pessimistic Time ‘b’
A 1 2 6 11 16
B 1 3 3 4 5
C 3 4 3 5 7
D 2,4 5 9 11 19
E 4 6 3 5 6
F 5 7 8 9 13
G 7 8 19 23 30
H 6 9 7 9 11
I 5 10 9 10 17
J 8 11 21 26 31
K 10,11 12 13 17 21
L 9,12 13 9 15 21
M 13 14 4 5 9
N 14 15 5 8 12

 

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Pune University BE Chemical Engineering Bioprocess Engineering Question Papers

Pune University BE Chemical Engineering Bioprocess Engineering

Question Papers

B.E. (Chemical Engineering) BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING (2008 Pattern)

(Elective – I) (Sem. – I)

Time: 3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer 3 questions from Section -1 and 3 questions from Section - II.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)            Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)            Figures to the right indicate full marks.

5)             Use of electronic pocket calculator is allowed.

6)            Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1) a) Explain specific growth rate of bacteria.                                                               [8]

b) Discuss the concept of Biorefinary.                                                                     [8]

OR

Q2) Write short notes on following :                                                                               [16]

a)            Amino acid building blocks and polypeptides.

b)           Proteins and their diverse biological applications.

Q3) Explain the manufacturing process for                                                                   [16]

a)            Acetic acid and

b)                                           Vinegar.

OR

Q4) Explain the manufacturing process for                                                                   [16]

a)            Acetone and

b)            Lactic Acid.

 

Q5) a) Explain the significance of the constants in the Michaelis Menten equation and describe different ways of determining them.                                                            [10]

b) Discuss the different cases of enzyme reactions in heterogeneous systems.

[8]

OR

Q6) a) Explain the mechanisms of catalysis of enzyme acting on two substrates. How are the kinetics determined in this case?                                               [8]

b) The following experimental data were collected during a study of the catalytic activity of an intestinal peptidase with the substrate glycylglycine.                               [10]

Glycylglycine + H2O ——- > 2 glycine

S0 (mmol)

Product formed (pmol/min)

1.5

0.21

2.0

0.24

3.0

0.28

4.0

0.33

8.0

0.40

16.0

0.45

 

Use graphical analysis to determine the V and K for this enzyme

or’               j                             max        m               «/

preparation and substrate.

SECTION – II

Q7) a) What is dilution rate? Discuss the effect of dilution rate on biomass and substrate concentrations?                                                                              [10]

b) Write a note on simple product formation kinetics.                       [8]

OR

Q8) a) Derive design equation for CSTR for continuous cultivation of cells and also explain Monod kinetics.                                                                                           [10]

b)            What are other environmental effects on growth of microbial biomass? Discuss each factor in detail.                                                                                                    [8]

Q9) a) Explain the fed batch mode of fermenter operation in terms of features, advantages, disadvantages, concentration time profiles, mass balances and examples.        [8]

b) What is meant by critical oxygen concentration and its significance with respect to cell growth?                                                                                               [8]

OR

Q10)a) What is immobilization of enzymes? What are its advantages over free enzymes?          [8]

b) Discuss and compare mechanically agitated contactor and bubble column reactor as fermenter.                                                                                                   [8]

Q11)a) Describe the steps involved in the modeling and simulation of bioprocesses.        [8]

b) Discuss solvent extraction with examples used in bioseparations. [8]

OR

Q12)Write short notes on :                                                                            [16]

a)            Bioprocess economics.

b)            Fluidized bed bioreactor.

c)            Crystallization and drying.

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Pune University BE Production Engineering Advanced Production Technology Question Papers

B.E. (Production S/W) ADVANCED PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

(2008 Pattern) (Sem. – I)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                                                                                                                                                    [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)                        Answer 3 questions from Section - I and 3 questions from Section - II.

2)                          Figures to the right indicate full marks.

3)                        Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1) a) Explain with neat sketch of following regarding to HSM technology. [8]

i)             Ultra high cutting speed.

ii)           Chip formation.

iii)        Flank wear of ceramic tool.

b) Illustrate the following :                                                                                       [8]

i)             Optimum cutting speed for HSM machining.

ii)           Effects of using HSM based processes in die and mould manufacturing.

OR

Q2) a) Describe comparison of tool life for dry drilling and wet drilling on different workpiece materials.                                                                                          [5]

b)        Explain with neat sketch regarding to dry maching operation.                  [5]

i)             Tool wear.

ii)           Surface finish.

c)        Explain with neat sketch regarding to Hard part machining.                      [6]

i)              Mechanism of material side how during hard turning.

ii)           Typical wear types in CBN finish hard turning.

Q3) Explain with neat sketch.                                                                        [16]

a)        Ultra precision lathe machine.

b)        Ultra precision milling machine.

c)        Nano precision CNC machining centre.

d)        Ultra precision grinding machine.

Q4) a) Explain evolutionary of commercial nano products of following segment.

i)             Electronics.

ii)           Material.

iii)        Life sciences

iv)         Sensor medicine.

v)           Instrumentation.

b) Differentiate between Non conventional machining and micromachining processes.   [6]

Q5) a) Explain with neat sketch online / In process and online postprocesses, offline inspection methods.                                                                                                               [9]

b) What is cell design? What are the factors affecting cell design and what are the cell design criteria.                                                                                            [9]

OR

Q6) Write a short note on                                                                                [18]

a)        Rapid prototyping.

b)        Part classification and coading.

c)        Computer integrated production management system [CIPMS]

SECTION – II

Q7) a) Explain basic framework of Toyota production system.              [10]

b) Describe components of FMS.                                                                           [6]

OR

Q8) Explain with neat sketch following feeders.                                        [16]

a)        Vibratory feeders.

b)        Vibratory bowl feeders.

c)        Rotory disc feeder.

d)        Centrifugal feeder.

e)        Revolving feeder.

Q9) a) The displacement of a pump operating at 1000 rpm at a pressure of 70 bar is 100 cm3 the input torque from the prime mover is 120 Nm. If it delivers 0.0015 m3/s of oil determine.  [9]

i)              Overall efficiency of the pump.

ii)           Theoretical torque required to operate through pump.

iii)         Volumetric efficiency.

b)

Explain with neat sketch hydraulic servo mechanism.

[7]

 

OR

 

a)

Explain with neat sketch proportional valves.

[6]

b)

Explain with neat sketch the circuit showing the application of counter

 

balance valve.

[5]

c)

Explain with neat sketch swash plate type axial piston pump.

[5]

a)

Sketch various types cylinder mountings.

[6]

b)

Draw a pneumatic circuit showing the application of automatic to

and

 

fro motion of a double acting centre. & explain.

[6]

c)

Explain the following terms w.r. to hydraulic motor.

[6]

 

i) Volumetric efficiency.

 
 

ii) Mechanical efficiency.

 
 

iii) Overall efficiency.

 
 

OR

 

a)

Draw & explain motor braking circuit.

[6]

b)

Explain with neat circuit, the application of unloading valve.

[6]

c)

What size of accumulator is necessary to supply 5000 cm3 of fluid

in a

 

hydraulic system having maximum operating pressure of 200 bar which drops to minimum 105 bar. Assume adiabatic expansion and compression of gas with precharge of accumulator at 70 bar.                                                                                                                         [6]

Pune University BE Mechanical Industrial Automation Question Papers

B.E. (Mechanical) INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION (2008 Pattern)

(Open Elective) (Sem. – II)

Time: 3 Hours]                                                                           [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer three questions from each section.

2)             Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)            Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)             Figures to the right indicate full marks.

SECTION - I

Q1) a) Compare open loop and closed loop control systems with respect to block diagrams, stability, response and any one suitable application. [8] b) Explain types of automation in industry with only one example of each.                                                                                          [8]

OR

Q2) a) Enumerate the list of automation tools and explain PLC in brief as automation tool.        [8]

b) Comment on transmitters as control system components with respect to significance in block diagram, types, important specifications and a suitable application.  [8]

Q3) a) Write a short note on DCS with respect to important specifications, programming platform, communication protocols and any one advantage of DCS over PLC.    [6]

b) Develop a PLC program for an elevator. Given START, UP, DOWN buttons (push-to-ON, NO), STOP button (push-to-OFF, NC), limit switches LS1 (Down, NO), LS2 (UP, NO). The objectives are [12]

i)              START button should put ON, the elevator.

ii)            STOP button should stop the elevator where it is.

iii)        When STARTed, and UP button is pushed, the elevator should start moving up, if at bottom, till UP LS1 is pushed.

iv)         When STARTed and DOWN button is pushed, the elevator should start moving down, if at top, till DOWN LS2 is pushed.

P. TO.

 

Q4) a) Enumerate the list of important PLC specifications referred in selection of PLC for industrial automation.                                                                                        [6]

b) Consider a water tank with inlet valve V1 (ON-OFF) at top and outlet valve V2 (ON-OFF) at bottom. The tank has two float switches ‘LOW’ (NO) and ‘HIGH’ (NO), START button (push to ON, NO) and STOP button (Push to OFF, NC) both push. Develop a PLC program for following objectives.                                                                [12]

i)             When START button is pushed, the process starts and continues till STOP is pushed.

ii)           When LOW is not pushed, V1 will be ON and tank start filling till HIGH is pushed.

iii)        When HIGH is pushed, V1 will go OFF, V2 will be ON and tank shall start discharging till LOW is unpushed.

Q5) a) Write a short note on ASRS with respect to important components, automation tools, advantages and limitations over its conventional

counterpart.                                                                                                          [8]

b) Explain the themes of path guidance used in AGVs.                    [8]

OR

Q6) a) Compare FMS and CIMS on the basis of four major issues.          [8]

b) What are advantages and disadvantages of AGVS.                       [8]

SECTION – II

Q7) a) Explain SCADA with respect to definition, advantages, limitations, and any one field application.                                                                                       [8]

b)            Explain in brief, HMIs used in Industrial Automation.                               [8]

OR

Q8) a) Discuss in brief any four important components of SCADA systems. [8]

b)            Compare SCADA system over networked PLCs.                                                 [8]

 

Explain any one suitable application of stepper motor and induction motor with respect to need, theme to control, any one advantage and limitation.                                    [8]

Explain two applications of hydraulic circuits used in industrial automation with working and advantage over manual method of doing the same task.                            [10]

OR

Explain principle and working of VFD used to control the speed of electric motors.        [8]

Write any one important feature of the following are essential in selection of (i) Hydraulic cylinder (ii) Electrical motor (iii) Pneumatic flow control valve (iv) Pressure relief valve. [10]

Develop a control logic to automate the conveyor such as used in bottle filling plant. Write how many inputs, outputs, timers, etc., you have assumed along with the objective statements required for programing. [8] Discuss automation opportunity in any one machine loading and unloading application.                                                                                                          [8]

OR

Discuss any two advanced sensors used in robotic applications. [8] Develop a logic sequence to automate the drilling machine used to drill a hole on component of an assembly line moving on a conveyor. Write all your assumptions clearly.                                              [8]

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Pune University BE Mechanical Production Life Cycle Management Question Papers

B.E. (Mechanical) PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT (2008 Pattern)

(Open Elective) (Sem. – II)

Time: 3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer any three questions from each section.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)            Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)            Figures to the right indicate full marks.

SECTION - I Unit - I

Q1) a) Explain the product life cycle in detail with suitable example. [8] b) Discuss corporate challanges in detail that demands PLM Implementation.                                              [8]

OR

Q2) a) Explain the importance of PLM with respect to life cycle problems to be resolved.          [8]

b) What do you mean by product lifecycle management? Discuss the concept.        [8]

Unit – II

Q3) a) Discuss the PLM characteristics in detail.                                                  [9]

b) Compare Engineering Resource planning with product life cycle management. Elaborate differences.                                                                                               [8]

OR

Q4) Explain in detail various threads of PLM such as CAD, EDM, PDM & CIM. [17]

 

Unit – III

Q5) Elaborate in detail the role of external factors in the implementation of PLM such as scale, complexity, cycle time, globalization & regulations. [17]

OR

Q6) Explain the internal drivers such as productivity, Innovation, collaboration, Quality etc. demanding implementation of PLM in detail.                                            [17]

SECTION – II Unit – IV

Q7) a) Explain the product life cycle management system.                        [8]

b) Explain the system architecture of PLM system.                                              [8]

OR

Q8) a) Discuss the various characteristics of PLM system in detail.         [8]

b) Explain the product information data model and product model. [8]

Unit – V

Q9) Discuss the product data & product workflow with reference to link between them. What are key management issues Involved in?                                                           [17]

OR

Q10)a) What is PLM strategy? Discuss the principles for PLM strategy. [9] b) Discuss the change management for PLM.                                                                                       [8]

Unit – VI

Q11)Explain the various phases of product life cycle with corresponding technologies, in detail.                                                                                                                             [17]

OR

Q12)a) Explain the core functions as content management, & program management.      [9]

b) Discuss the role of human resources in PLM.                                                    [8]

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Pune University BE Mechanical Cryogenic Engineering Question Papers

B.E. (Mechanical) CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING (2008 Pattern)

(Open Elective) (Sem. – II)

Time: 3 Hours]                                                                           [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer three questions from each section

2)             Answers to the two sections should be written separate books.

3)            Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)             Figures to the right indicate full marks.

5)             Use of logarithmic tables, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calculator,P-h charts is allowed.

6)            Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1) a) Define the term “Cryogenics”. Discuss the various applications of cryogenics.     [8]

b)            Discuss the mechanical properties of materials at cryogenic temperatures.

[4]

c)            Discuss the various properties of the following cryogenic fluids : [4]

i)              Oxygen,                                ii) Argon,

OR

Q2) a) Discuss the phase diagram for super fluid helium.                           [8]

b)            Explain the difference between ortho-hydrogen and para-hydrogen.[4]

c)            Describe Walker’s chart of cryocooler classification.                       [4]

Q3) a) What are the system performance parameters for gas liquefaction system? How these parameters are related?                                                                 [6]

b)            Explain the Ideal cycle used for liquefaction of gases with neat sketch. [4]

c)            An ideal J-T refrigeration system operates between 300K and 70K using Nitrogen as working fluid. The gas is compressed from 50.7kPa to 15.2 MPa. Determine the coefficient of performance and figure of merit of this system.                  [6]

 

Explain the Linde-Hampson cycle used for liquefaction of gases with neat sketch.          [6]

Explain the Joule-Thompson coefficient. What do you mean by inversion temperature? Mention the inversion temperatures of few cryogenic fluids.                                          [4]

Determine the minimum work required to provide 100 W of refrigeration at 20.4 K if the heat is rejected at (i) 77K and (ii) 300 K.

[6]

Explain the working of Simon helium-liquefaction system with suitable sketch.  [6]

Determine the fraction of air liquefied in a simple Linde cycle if the inlet conditions on the warm side of the two-channel heat exchanger are 310 K and 20.2 MPa while the exit conditions are 303 K and 0.101 MPa.                                                                                               [6]

Determine the liquid yield, the work per unit mass compressed, the work per unit mass liquefied, and the figure of merit for a simple Linde-Hampson system using Argon as the working fluid. The system operates between 101.3 kPa and 293 K at point 1 and 20.67 MPa at point 2. The system may be assumed reversible, except for the expansion through the expansion valve. Draw the neat sketch for the arrangement and represent the cycle on T-S chart.                          [6]

OR

Explain the working of Claude liquefaction system with suitable sketch.

[6]

Air enters a Claude system at 1atm and 25°C and is compressed to 100atm at 100 atm and 240K, 50% of the main flow is diverted to the expander. The remainder flows through the heat exchangers and expanders through the expansion valve to 1 atm.

Adiabatic efficiency of expander = 80%, Mechanical efficiency of expander = 90%.

Overall efficiency of compressor = 75%, Effectiveness of heat exchangers = 98.5%

Determine :

i)              Liquid yield,

ii)           Expander work output per unit mass compressed,

iii)         Figure of merit.                                                                                          [6]

 

Determine the fraction of flow diverted through a reversible and adiabatic expander of an ideal Claude refrigeration system operating under the following conditions : Working fluid is nitrogen compressed isothermally from 0.101 MPa and 300 K to 4.04 MPa; inlet to the expander is 4.04 MPa and 240 K; refrigeration effect is 81 kJ/kg. [6]

SECTION – II

With the help of schematic and T-S diagram, explain Philips Refrigerator. Also explain briefly the importance of refrigerator effectiveness.                                                       [6]

A Carnot refrigerator operates between 300 K and 72 K. Determine the COP of the refrigerator. Please comment if low temperature source reduces to 10 K, what is the effect on COP of the cycle. Draw T-S diagram for the same.                                                                      [4]

Write short note on the G-M refrigerator.                                                      [6]

OR

A Philips refrigerator operates at 100 K with an ambient heat sink temperature of 300 K. The unit operates between a lower pressure level of 0.101 MPa and an upper pressure level of 2.02 MPa. If the working fluid is nitrogen and is assumed to behave as an ideal gas, determine the refrigeration effect per unit mass of nitrogen compressed, the coefficient of performance of the refrigerator and the figure of merit. [6] Write short note on the Vuilleumier refrigerator. [6]

Explain briefly the importance of refrigerator effectiveness.                     [4]

A natural gas stream has a volumetric composition of 80% methane, 12% ethane, 3% propane, 1% butane and 4% nitrogen. Assuming that all the gases are in mixture follows the ideal gas equation of state; evaluate the ideal work of separation at 300K in kJ/kg of propane if

i)              all the gases are separated and

ii)           only the ethane and the propane are separated individually from the other gases that remain mixed.                                                                                                          [8]

Define the Murphree efficiency and discuss the factors that affect it. [4] Estimate the equilibrium vapour and liquid compositions for a mixture of Oxygen and Argon at a pressure and temperature of 0.101 MPa and 86 K respectively assuming that the vapor acts as an ideal gas and the liquid behaves as a perfect solution.                                                                           [6]

OR

3 A mixture of nitrogen and argon exists as a two-phase mixture at 506.6 kPa. The mole fraction of nitrogen in the gaseous phase is 0.7. Determine the temperature of the mixture and the mole fraction of nitrogen in the liquid phase, using distribution coefficients for the components.           [6]

Show that y = ax + b is the form of equation of the operating line in the upper part of rectification column. State the assumptions made. [4] Determine the number of theoretical plates required to yield 96% nitrogen as top product stream and 93% of oxygen as bottom product stream. The feed composition is 79% N2 and 21% O2. The feed, bottom product and top product streams are saturated liquids. The desired flow rate of the bottom product is 30 kgmol/s. The heat removal at top of the column is 1150 kW. The column operates at a pressure of 1 atm. [8]

Discuss the importance of vacuum technology in cryogenics. [4] Compare various cryogenic insulation methods.                                                                                            [6]

With the help of neat sketch explain the construction of Dewar Vessel. [6]

OR

With a neat sketch describe the operation of diffusion pump. Further discuss why the getters are used in cryogenics.                                                                                             [6]

Write short note on Cryopumping.                                                                  [6]

Discuss various temperature measurement techniques used in cryogenic applications.    [4]

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Pune University BE Civil Advanced Transportation Engineering Question Papers

B.E. (Civil) ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING (2008 Pattern)

(Elective – IV) (Sem. – II)

Time: 3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            AnswerQ.1 orQ.2, Q.3 orQ.4, Q.5 orQ.6 from Section -1&Q.7 orQ.8, Q.9 or Q.10, Q.11 or Q.12 from Section - II.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate answer books.

3)            Neat diagrams must be drawn whenever necessary.

4)            Figures to the right indicate full marks.

5)            Use of logarithmic tables, Slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic calculator, and steam tables is allowed.

6)            Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1) Explain in detail following projects :                                                                       [18]

a)            JNNURM.

b)            Pune metro.

c)            PMGSY.

OR

Q2) Explain in detail following projects :                                                                       [18]

a)            Eastern Freeway link.

b)            NHDP various phases.

c)            Mumbai Mono-rail project.

Q3) a) With a flow diagram explain the comprehensive transport planning process and explain in detail                                                                                                           [6+3+3]

i)              Household Surveys.

ii)            O-D surveys.

b)            Discuss the role of traffic and transport planning consultants with examples. [4]

P. TO.

 

Q4) Detail out the transport planning and design process adopted for the Saswad- Hadapsar-Theur Phata bypass by the consultants, and discuss the various alternatives suggested.      [16]

Q5) a) Explain how to use NPV as an effective tool along with the PBP in deciding various investment alternatives for transport projects with an example. [12]

b) What is PCU? Enlist any 3 values adopted by IRC.                                                                                       [1+3]

OR

Q6) a) Explain in detail the economic and financial feasibility studies carried out on the 4 flyovers at sion and other places in mumbai, by the consultants, giving due consideration to the various costs and benefits arising thereof.                                                  [12]

b)            Explain zoning and its importance in traffic-transport planning with examples.         [4]

SECTION – II

Q7) Compare and contrast between flexible pavements and rigid pavements in detail on various points.                                                                                                                 [16]

OR

Q8) Explain the various purposes of overlays, types of overlays and the IRC-81 method of overlay design.                                                                                                                [16]

Q9) Explain with sketches any 8 types of distresses occurring in flexible pavements, their reasons and how they are measured. Explain PCR and its importance, with an example.      [12+4]

 

Q10)Explain with sketches any 8 types of distresses occurring in rigid pavements, their reasons and how they are measured. Explain PCI and its importance, with an example.    [12+4]

Design a flexible pavement as per IRC – 37 for the construction of a

new

i)

bypass based on following data. Two lane dual carriageway.

[12]

ii)

Initial traffic in the year of completion of construction = CVPD in both directions.

1100

iii)

Traffic growth rate per annum = 9%.  

iv)

Design life = 15 years.  

v)

Terrain = Rolling  

vi)

CBR = 5%  

 

Q11)a)

b)

Q12)a)

b)

Draw a typical cross-section showing all the basic layers.

Explain concept and importance of vehicle damage factor with an example.          [6]

OR

Based on the data in 11(a) design the flexible pavement if the growth rate per annum is 16%, all other parameters remain same.                                                                      [12]

Explain function of dowel bars in a concrete pavement with a sketch.

[6]

Pune University BE Civil TQM and MIS in Civil Engineering Question Papers

B.E. (Civil) TQM AND MIS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (Sem. – I)

(2008 Pattern) (Elective – II)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)          Answer Q.1 or Q2, Q.3 or Q4, Q.5 or Q6 from Section - I and Q.7 or Q8, Q.9 or QIO, Q.II or Q12 from Section - II.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate answer books.

3)          Neat diagram must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)          Pigures to the right indicate full marks.

5)          Use of logarithmic tables, slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic calculator and steam table is allowed

6)          Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1 Discuss the various weaknesses existing presently in the Indian construction industry and with suitable examples, explain how TQM philosophy can offer promising solutions to overcome these weaknesses.                                                                                                     [18]

OR

Q2) Explain the 8 principles of ISO 9001 : 2000 with practical examples, in detail.         [18]

Q3) Explain in brief the different contents existing in a Quality Manual drafted for an organisation executing multistoreyed residential buildings. Also show the responsibility charts for various duties expected from the quality manual. [16]

OR

Q4) Explain in brief : -                                                                                                       [16]

a)        Deming’s PDCA cycle, its importance.

b)        Applications of Six Sigma in construction.

c)        Project Rework Review Tool Software.

d)        Life cycle Approach in TQM.

 

Q5) Explain concepts of internal customers, external customers, Quality function deployment and non-conformities with appropriate examples from any construction project involving various stake-holders.                                                                                                           [16]

OR

Q6) What are quality circles? How do they function? Explain how statistical tools are very useful in quality control and quality assurance on construction projects.    [4 + 4 + 8]

SECTION – II

Q7) With a flow chart explain the various components of any MIS, their inter­relationships and their functions.                                                                                                                  [18]

OR

Q8) Explain the process of data acquisition, type of data required to be collected, and the coding / de-coding methodology in order to prepare an MIS for a construction organisation of a contractor, Which executes Road projects. Make necessary relevant assumptions.            [18]

Q9) List out the various advantages and also the limitations of using MIS in construction and explain them with practical examples.                                                                   [16]

OR

QIO) Explain in detail.                                                                                           [16]

a)        ERP software applications in construction.

b)        GIS – GPS based MIS systems developed for project management.

QII) Discuss various limitations of presently existing MIS softwares used in construction industry and suggest a few recommendations.                                                       [16]

OR

Q12) Explain how the Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation Govt. of India, keeps a centralised data base of all major, medium, minor construction projects being executed in India and how it monitors their progress through the reporting system which it has devised.                                                                                                                                    [16]

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Pune University BE Polymer Engineering Polymer Processing Operations-II Question Papers

B.E. (Polymer)

POLYMER PROCESSING OPERATIONS – II (2008 Pattern) (Sem. – I)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                           [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:

1)            Answer 3 questions from Section -1 and 3 questions from Section - II.

2)           Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)           Neat diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.

4)           Figures to the right indicate full marks.

5)           Your answers will be valued as a whole.

6)           Use of logarithmic tables, slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.

7)           Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

QI) a) What is parison programming? How is it done? Discuss the process parameters which control the weight of the bottle.  [8]

b)        Explain what you understand by die shaping in blow molding. [6]

c)        Compare single and two stage injection stretch blow molding of PET. [4]

OR

Q2) a) Discuss the design features and requirements of extrusion blow moulding die head assembly. Also draw a neat sketch of the accumulator type of die head assembly.             [6]

b)        Write short notes on                              [6]

i)              Parison sag in extrusion blow moulding

ii)           Pleating

iii)         Shark skin effect.

c)         Discuss the various faults and remedies for the same in blow moulding of HDPE and PVC.                     [6]

 

Q3) a) Discuss the different types of heating modes for thin sheet and thick sheet in thermoforming.                      [4]

b)        Explain the process of drape forming and pressure forming with a neat sketch.                                 [6]

c)         What are the advantages of thermoforming over injection molding? State the pre-stretch variables in thermoforming process.                                       [6]

OR

Q4) a) Explain the causes of wrinkling and whitening of sheets during thermoforming.                                     [4]

b)        Write short notes on (any two) :                  [6]

i)             Diaphragm forming.

ii)           Draw ratio and secondary draws.

iii)         Twin sheet roll fed thermoforming.

c)        Explain the significance of Biot number in case of thermoforming of thin and thick sheets.        [6]

Q5) a) Draw a calendaring plant layout for making PVC sheet and explain all major stages involved in the plant.    [6]

b)        Discuss the different heating systems used in calendaring rolls. Discuss their merits and demerits.      [6]

c)        Discuss the various faults which occur in calendaring. [4]

OR

Q6) a) With neat sketches explain the different types of calendar arrangements and discuss their merits and demerits.    [6]

b)        Write a short note on hydraulic pull backs used in calendaring. [4]

c)        Draw a neat sketch 8 explain the embossing and laminating line [6]

SECTION – II

Discuss in short ‘rotational moulding of liquid polymers. [6]

Explain the different ways of bubble removal during rotational molding.

[6]

Explain how internal air temperature can be used as a tool of process control in rotational molding.                    [6]

OR

Discuss the criteria for selecting a polymer material for rotational moulding.                                         [6]

What are the advantages and limitations of rotational molding? [6]

Explain the independent arm rotational moulding machine with its advantages.                                       [6]

Discuss the steps involved in powder metal injection moulding process.

[5]

List the various types of injection foam moulding processes and explain any one of them. Summarize the pros and cons of all the injection foan molding processes.                                [6]

Explain the different steps involved in water injection technique. State its advantages and disadvantages.                 [5]

OR

Giving a suitable example, explain the structure development during injection moulding for a slow crystallising polymer. [5]

Discuss two – component micro injection molding w.r.t process details, mold and machine technology.                      [5]

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Gas assisted injection molding. Compare Water injection molding and Gas assisted injection molding.                                          [6]

 

QII) a) Explain the process of vacuum metallizing adopted for metal deposition on plastic moulding.              [6]

b)        Write a short note on the following w.r.t waste management. [6]

i)             Incineration

ii)           Landfill

c)         Give the characteristics of laser machining of plastics. Explain the various applications of laser machining.   [4]

OR

Q12) a) Write short notes on (any two):            [6]

i)             Hot stamping

ii)           In-mould decoration

iii)         Gravure printing

b)        How does the machining of metals differ from that of plastics? [5]

c)         State the four ‘R’s of plastic waste management. Suggest the various methods to separate plastic solid waste.                                                                              [5]

Pune University BE Printing Advertising and Multimedia Question Papers

B.E. (Printing)

ADVERTISING AND MULTIMEDIA (2008 Pattern) (Sem. – I)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                                              [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)            All questions are compulsory.

2)              Write answers to different sections on separate answer sheets.

SECTION - I

Q1 What is campaign planning and its necessity? What benefits are derived out of its execution? Are there any limitations or constraints? Explain in details. [16]

OR

Explain any case study of campaign planning along with its period, USP, theme, target audience, brand positioning, market share and other details if any.               [16]

Q2) Explain AIDA model with any suitable example.                                                [18]

OR

Write in details about types of appeals used in advertising. Justify with suitable example.                                                                                                                                     [18]

Q3) Explain following types of advertising with suitable examples.                        [16]

a)        Public relations advertising.

b)        Marketing and advertising communication process.

OR

Write short notes on :                                                                                              [16]

a)        Public Service Advertising.

b)         Service advertising.

SECTION – II

Q4) “Marketing Research is an excellent tool for decision maker to decide on product launch” — Justify.                                                                                                            [16]

OR

What are different ways of budgeting the advertisement expenditure. Explain in details. [16]

Q5) Which are the various types of copy writing? Explain any 5 with suitable examples.           [18]

OR

What is significance of following in designing of print advertisement. [18]

a)         White space

b)        Color

c)        Image of product

Q6) Write down advantages, limitations and features of print media. Explain with suitable case/example.                                                                                                [16]

OR

Compare and contrast between Outdoor Media Vs Electronic Media [16]

Pune University BE Electrical Illumination Engineering Question Papers

B.E. (Electrical)

ILLUMINATION ENGINEERING (2008 Pattern) (Sem. – I) (Elective – I)

Time :3 Hours]                                                                           [Max. Marks :100

Instructions to the candidates:-

1)            Answer three questions from each section.

2)            Answers to the two sections should be written in separate books.

3)            Pigures to the right indicate full marks.

4)            Use of logarithmic tables slide rule, Mollier charts, electronic pocket calclator and steam tables is allowed.

5)            Assume suitable data, if necessary.

SECTION - I

Q1

a)

With a suitable diagram describe optical system of human eye.

[6]

 

b)

Describe different methods of controlling natural light.

[6]

 

c)

State and elaborate properties of light.

OR

[6]

Q2)

a)

Describe the dependance of human activities on light.

[6]

 

b)

Discuss good and bad effects of lighting.

[6]

 

c)

What is photometer? Explain any one type of photometer with suitable diagram. [6]

 

Q3) a) With a suitable diagram explain construction and working of compact flourocent lamp (CFL).                  [8]

b)           Describe different materials used for lamps.      [8]

OR

Q4) a) With a suitable diagram explain construction and working of LASERS. State the applications of LASERS.                 [8]

b)           Draw circuit diagram of flourocent tube operating on single phase AC supply. State advantages of gas discharge lamps over incandescent lamps.                               [8]

 

Discuss the importance of reflectors and refractors with reference to illumination.                                  [8]

Briefly describe different types of lighting fixtures according to photometric usage.                                [8]

OR

With a suitable diagram explain working of electronic ballast used for HID lamp.                                     [8]

Write a short note on physical protection of lighting fixtures.    [8]

SECTION – II

State and explain the laws of illumination.       [8]

Explain the procedure for designing illumination scheme for educational facility.                             [8]

OR

Explain the following terms – C.O.U., waste light factor, space to height ratio, wall reflectance factor.            [8]

What is polar curve? What information is obtained from polar curve? Describe types of polar curves.                   [8]

With a suitable example, explain following terms – pay back calculations,

life cycle costing.                               [8]

State the classification of roads according to BIS. [8]

OR

Compare different types of light sources.         [8]

Explain the procedure of illumination scheme design for.  [8]

i)              Street lighting

ii)           Flood lighting

Write a short note on photovoltic lighting. [9] Elaborate the concept of cold lighting. Explain method of generation of

cold lighting.                                    [9]

OR

Explain central system in case of emergency lighting.     [9]

In context with cold lighting explain OFC (optical fiber cable).   [9]

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