Test: Governors - 1


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QUESTION: 1

The height of a Watt governor is

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QUESTION: 2

The ratio of the height of a porter governor to that of a Watt governoer when the lengths of the links and the arms are same is

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QUESTION: 3

In a governor, if the equilibrium speed is constant for all radii of rotation of balls, the governor is said to be

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QUESTION: 4

The force resisting the outward movement of balls of the governor is known as

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QUESTION: 5

In a Wilson-Hartnell governor, the balls are connected by

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Wilson-Harnell governor (also known as radial spring controller) uses two parallel springs alongwith an auxiliary spring.

QUESTION: 6

The effort of a governor is the force exerted by the governor on the

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QUESTION: 7

The condition of isochronism can be realized in a

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 pendulum type of governor cannot possibly be isochronous because it is impossible to have two positions of the balls at the same speed.

QUESTION: 8

The function of a governor is to

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The governor controls the supply of working fluid to the engine in accordance with varying load conditions, and keeps the mean speed within certain limits.

QUESTION: 9

For a Watt governor, the speed range is

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QUESTION: 10

For a Watt governor, 10 cm height corresponds to an speed of about

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