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Q. 1) What is compression ration ?

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    Q. 2) Flammability diagram , draw and explain ?

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      Q. 3) What are the usage of multimeter for testing plc ?

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        Q. 4) Explain Power calculation ?

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          Q. 6) Explain dead wt and light wt ?

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            Q. 7) What are the types of ac motors ?

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              Q. 8) What are the advantages of long stroke ?

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                1. low quality fuel can be burnt
                2. due to slow rpm propeller efficiency increases. large diameter propeller can be used.
                3. more time for heat dissipation to cooling water.

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                  Q. 9) Explain inclined experiment and metacentric height ?

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                    Q. 10) What is sheer and camber ?

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