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# Test: Steam Turbines -2

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Topicwise Question Bank for Mechanical Engineering | Test: Steam Turbines -2

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QUESTION: 3

### Blading efficiency is defined as the ratio of

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QUESTION: 4

The optimum value of nozzle angle lies within the range

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The lower is the nozzle angle, higher is the blading efficiency. However, too low a nozzle angle may cause energy loss at blade inlet. Therefore, the nozzle angle low has to be maintained within a certain range, which varies from 16° to 22°

QUESTION: 5

If nozzle angle is 30°, the De Laval turbine will have a maximum efficiency of

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Steam enters a De LavaI steam turbine with an outlet velocity of 25 m/s and leaves with an outlet velocity of 5 m/s. The work done by 1 kg of steam is

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A single stage impulse turbine with a diameter of 100 cm runs at 3000 rpm. if the blade speed ratio is 0.45, the inlet velocity will be

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For a single stage impulse turbine with nozzle angle 15°, rotor diameter 2 m and speed 3000 rpm, the optimum velocity of steam in m/s is:
[Take cos15° = 0.966, sin15° = 0.258]

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For an impulse turbine, the nozzle efficiency is 90%, the blade velocity ratio is 0.5 and the mean blade velocity is 150 m/s. This corresponds to heat drop in the nozzle equal to

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De Laval turbine is

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