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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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automobilies?

magnitude

and

direction

of

Coriolis

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

three positions

rotate slider velocity in the opposite

sense as the angular velocity

60 m/s2 and direction is such as to

(a) 2, 4, 5 and 6

(c) 2, 3, 5 and 6

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 5

(b) 1, 2, 3 and 6

rotate slider velocity in the opposite

02. Ans: a

01. Ans: c

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the crank angle is 45o, the velocity of piston

is nearly

expression

(c) 18 m/s

(d) 19 m/s

The jerk given by the system at any position

is

06. While designing a cam, pressure angle is

one of the most important parameters which

3

3 2

is directly proportional to

(b) 9000

(c) 240

+ 9000 + 24000

2

2 2

50000

3 3

(c) lift of cam

03. Ans: a

06. Ans: d

being

s = 2t3 3t2 + 2t + 1

B

(a) 6 m/s2

(b) 2 m/s2

(c) 12 m/s2

(d) 3 m/s2

A

D

The length of AB is

04. Ans: a

05. The crankshaft of a reciprocating engine

(a) 10 cm

(b) 20 cm

(c) 30 cm

(d) 40 cm

connecting rod rotates at 210 r.p.m. When

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07. Ans: b

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08. A governor is said to be isochronous when

to 120 r.p.m. Assuming g = 10 m/s2, the

governor balls

(b) constant for all radii of rotation of the

balls within the working range

(c) constant for particular radii of rotation of

governor balls

(a) 12822 N-m

10. Ans: d

of governor balls

reduced thermal conductivity because its

structure becomes

08. Ans: b

09. A planetary gear train is a gear train having

(a) a relative motion of axes and the axis of

at least one of the gears also moves

relative to the frame

(b) no relative motion of axes and no

relative motion of axes with respect to

the frame

relative to the frame

(d) a relative motion of axes and none of the

axes of gears has relative motion with

09. Ans: a

(c) crystalline

(d) mixture of crystalline and glass

11. Ans: a

12. Which of the following statements are

associated

the frame

(a) amorphous

with

complete

dynamic

1. Resultant couple due to all inertia forces

is zero

2. Support reactions due to forces are zero

but not due to couples

3. The system is automatically statically

balanced

4. Centre of masses of the system lies on

the axis of rotation

(a) 1, 2, 3 and 4

(b) 1, 2 and 3 only

(c) 2, 3 and 4 only

12. Ans: d

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system?

6 times higher

(c)

6 times lower

(d)

15. Ans: c

(c) Both static as well as dynamic balance

13. Ans: b

(a)

1

2

(b)

1

3

(c)

1

4

(d)

3

4

16. Ans: b

(a) its natural frequency is very low in

comparison

to

the

frequency

of

second moment of area 300 mm4. Taking

vibration

(b) its natural frequency is very high in

comparison

to

the

frequency

of

200 GPa, the natural frequency of the

system is

vibration

(c) its natural frequency is equal to the

frequency of vibration

(a) 30 2 rad / s

(b) 2 3 rad / s

(c) 3 2 rad/s

(d) 20 3 rad / s

without any reference point

17. Ans: c

14. Ans: b

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frequency to

force in locomotive is

(a) inversely

the

distance between the centre-lines of the

surrounding

(c) minimize deflection under dynamic

as

to

reciprocating mass

high speed

loading

proportional

well

transmissibility

of

as

to

force

reduce

to

the

two cylinders

(c) inversely proportional to the distance

between the centerlines of the two

cylinders

surrounding

(d) none of the above

between the centerlines of the two

18. Ans: c

cylinders

19. Ans: d

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20. The power of a governor is the work done at

(a) the governor balls for change of speed

(b) rectangular key with width equal to

twice the thickness

speed

22. Ans: c

change of speed

20. Ans: c

for

1. tensile strength

carbon

2. compressive strength

3. bending strength

iron

4. shear strength

(a) 4 only

(b) 3 only

(c) 2 and 3

(d) 1 and 4

23. Ans: c

24. In a cotter joint, the width of the cotter at

the centre is 5 cm, while its thickness is 1.2

cm. The load acting on the cotter is 60 kN.

21. Ans: a

22. If the permissible crushing stress for the

material of a key is double the permissible

shear stress, then the sunk key will be

equally strong in shearing and crushing if

(a) 50 N/mm2

24. Ans: a

the key is a

(a) rectangular key with width equal to half

the thickness

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teeth in mesh with internal teeth in gear and

accommodate

(a) 1000 mm

(b) 750 mm

(c) 500 mm

(d) 250 mm

shafts

28. Ans: d

25. Ans: c

(a) 74%

(b) 64%

(c) 54%

(d) 44%

26. Ans: a

29. Ans: b

(d) 6 times that of B

vehicle

(d) loss of control of the vehicle

30. Ans: b

27. Ans: d

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31. A worm gear set is designed to have

2. Transverse contact ratio is equal to axial

helix angle. The efficiency of the worm gear

3. Large transverse contact ratio does not

(a) 87.9%

(b) 77.9%

(c) 67.9%

(d) 57.9%

4. Large axial contact ratio will cause

larger axial force component.

Which of the above statements are correct?

31. Ans: a

32. Consider the following statements :

The axes of spiral bevel gear are nonparallel and intersecting

(a) 1 and 2

(b) 2 and 3

(c) 1 and 4

(d) 3 and 4

33. Ans: c

34. In an interference fit between a shaft and a

interference fit is

bevel gear is 35 .

3. Spiral

bevel

gears

are

generally

interchangeable.

tangential stress

(c) a tensile tangential stress and a

low speeds of 10m/s.

(d) a compressive tangential stress and a

(a) 1 and 4

(b) 1 and 2

(c) 2 and 3

(d) 3 and 4

34. Ans: a

35. In case the number of teeth on two bevel

gears in mesh is 30 and 60 respectively,

32. Ans: b

33. Consider the following statements :

In case of helical gears, teeth are cut at an

(a) tan1 2

1. Helix angle introduces another ratio

called axial contact ratio.

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(c)

tan 1 0.5

2

(b)

tan 1 2

2

35. Ans: a

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36. In skew bevel gears the axes are

1. Cylindrical thrust bearings have higher

teeth are curved

bearings

teeth are straight

thrust bearings

oblique

possible

be ground

readily separable in thrust bearings

Which of the above statements are correct?

(a) 1 and 2

(b) 2 and 3

(c) 3 and 4

(d) 1 and 4

36. Ans: b

37. Consider that modern machines mostly use

short bearings due to the following reasons :

1. l/d of the most modern bearings is in the

range of

1

to 2

4

of a metal is increased and the ductility is

decreased on heating at a relatively low

3. Shaft deflection and misalignment do

not affect the operation

4. Can be applied to both hydrodynamic

and hydrostatic cases

(a) clustering

(c) twinning

39. Ans: b

(a) 1 and 4

(b) 2 and 3

(c) 1 and 3

(d) 2 and 4

bearing is 500 N and the basic dynamic load

rating is 62500 N, then L10 life of this

bearing is

37. Ans: c

38. Consider

38. Ans: d

the

following

statements

in

(b) 3.765 million of revolutions

(c) 6.953 million of revolutions

(d) 9.765 million of revolutions

40. Ans: a

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principle stress is

copper rod is

(a) 50 N/mm2

43. Ans: c

44. A constitutional diagram shows relationship

41. Ans: a

2

2

50 N/cm

shear stress plane is

2

(b) 50 N/cm2 compressive

(c) 100 N/cm2 tensile

(d) 25 N/cm2 tensile

42. Ans: d

(a) Temperature and composition

(b) Temperature and phases present

(c) Temperature, composition and phases

present

(d) Temperature and pressure

44. Ans: c

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(b) 100 MPa and 50 3 MPa

(a) 50 7 MPa and100 MPa ( tensile)

(b) 100 MPa and 100 MPa (compressive)

(c) 50 7 MPa and100 MPa (compresive)

(d) 50 3 MPa and 100 MPa

(d) 100 MPa and 50 7 MPa ( tensile)

45. Ans: c

46. Consider the following statements regarding

powder metallurgy :

47. Ans: c

48. The state of stress at a point is given by

can be manufactured easily

2. In metal powder, control of grain size

results in relatively much uniform

MPa. The centre of Mohrs circle and its

radius will be

(a) (x = 75 MPa, xy = 0) and 75 MPa

structure

3. The powder heated in die or mould at

strength

4. In sintering, the metal powder is

48. Ans: b

bond

Which of the above statements are correct?

(a) 1, 2 and 3 only

(c) 2, 3 and 4 only

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

46. Ans: b

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Mohrs circle for stresses in case of plane

When

stress :

1. The construction is for represents of

the

temperature

of

this

piece

are

stress in a body

2. The radius of the circle represents the

stress

Which of the above statements are correct?

(a) 1, 2 and 3

50. Ans: b

51. For a material following Hookes law, the

valued of elastic and shear moduli are 3105

49. Ans: a

between two rigid surfaces X and Y.

51. Ans: b

= 0.3, the smallest normal stress and the

B

20

10

20

(c) 80 MPa and 0 MPa

(d) 0 MPa and 80 MPa

20

X

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20

20

Y

52. Ans: b

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concentrated load of 12 kN at the free end.

100 kN/m

C

2m

3m

1m

(a) 120 mm

(b) 60 mm

(c) 75 mm

(d) 240 mm

(d) 50 kN-m and 250 kN

53. Ans: a

54. Two strain gauges fixed along the principal

55. Ans: b

tensile

and

0.0013

compressive

2105 MPa and = 0.3, the largest normal

(a)

4

Pa

3

(b)

3

Pa

4

(c)

3

Pa

16

(d)

16

Pa

3

(a) 200 MPa and 200 MPa

(b) 400 MPa and 200 MPa

(c) 260 MPa and 260 MPa

56. Ans: d

57. A beam of length L simply supported at its

ends carrying a total load W uniformly

54. Ans: a

55. A beam ABCD 6 m long, is supported at B

and C, 3 m apart with overhangs AB = 2m

the centre by and has a maximum bending

length :

the

deflection

at

the

centre

remains

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3 kN

(a) 0.3 W and 0.3

1m

B

2m

depth is doubled, keeping the width, length

and loading same, the bending stress is

decreased by a factor

(a) 2

1 kN/m

C

(b) 4

(c) 6

(d) 8

stress is

(a) 75 MPa

(b) 85 MPa

60. Ans: a

61. Copper has FCC structure ; its atomic radius

58. Ans: b

59. A helical compression string of stiffness K

compression.

The

equivalent

spring

(a) 4K

(b) 2K

(c) K

(d) 0.5K

61. Ans: c

59. Ans: a

62. A plane intersects the coordinate axes at

60. A beam AB simply supported at its ends A

and B, 3 m long, carries a uniformly

distributed load of 1 kN/m over its entire

length and a concentrated load of 3 kN, at 1

2

1

1

x , y and z . What is the Miller

3

3

2

(a) 932

(b) 432

(c) 423

(d) 364

m from A :

62. Ans: d

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BCC crystal?

(a) 0.134a

(b) 0.25a

(c) 0.433a

(d) 0.5a

(a) 1 : 1

(b) 3 : 2

(c) 2 : 3

(d) 1 : 2

63. Ans: c

64. If the atomic radius of aluminium is r, what

66. Ans: c

2r

(a)

2

2r

(c)

4r

(b)

2

4r

(d)

64. Ans: b

phase diagram and the eutectic composition

is 60 wt% B. If just below eutectic

temperature, the eutectic phase contains

equal amounts (by wt) of two solid phases,

then the compositions of the two solid

phases are

2. A screw dislocation cannot have glide

(d) 30 wt% B and 80 wt% B

motion

3. Dislocation moves in the direction

perpendicular to that of shear stress

67. Ans: d

68. Consider the following statements :

plane that contains Burgers vector and

direction vector

Which of the above statements are correct?

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

65. Ans: b

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minimum

3. eutectic reaction is irreversible

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metals will change into two solids

(b) d(200) = 1.24 A, d(220) = 1.762 A

(a) 1, 2 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

(c) d(200) = 2.034 A, d(220) = 1.24 A

and d(111) = 1.762 A

(d) d(200) = 2.5 A, d(220) = 4.2 A

68. Ans: c

negligible amount of carbon, cementite

71. Ans: a

0.8% C. Pearlite contains how much

cementite?

(a) 8%

(b) 10%

(c) 12%

(d) 14%

69. Ans: c

70. Two metals A and B are completely

immiscible in solid and liquid state. Melting

(a) round bars and tubes

(b) billets

(c) dies

(d) rectangular blocks

72. Ans: a

73. Consider the following statements:

provided for mould.

B alloy contains

(a) 83.33% B and 16.67% of eutectic

(b) 83.33% of eutectic and 16.67% B

(c) 50% B and 50% of eutectic

(d) 40% B and 60% of eutectic

be included

3. minimum rounding radii of 2.5 mm to 3

mm should be used

4. draft angles of not less than 1o should be

70. Ans: b

used.

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

73. Ans: d

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74. A big casting is to have a hole, to be

77.

Consider the following statements in

of oxygen in welding:

prints?

oxides.

(a)200.5 N

(b) 1100.62 N

(c)950.32 N

(d) 350.32 N

surrounding area to have a scummy

appearance.

74. Ans: c

copper-base metal.

2. to correct minor surface imperfections

3. to improve dimensional accuracy.

4. to provide very close fit between the

77. Ans: a

contact surface.

Which of the above are correct?

(a) 1, 2 and 3 only

(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

78.

20 mm. In a rapid motion, using G00 code,

it moves to X = 160 mm, Y = 120 mm. The

X and Y axes have maximum speed of

10000

75. Ans: d

76.

of 4 threads per inch. Lead screw of lathe

has 3 mm pitch. Then change gear to be

used is

(a) 1/12

(b) 127/60

(c) 30/127

(d) 20/80

mm/min

and

5000

mm/min

what is the time it will take to reach the

destination?

(a) 0.90 s

(b) 1.08 s

(c) 1.20 s

(d) 2.16 s

78. Ans: c

76. Ans: b

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79.

increased by

(a) 100 %

(b) 95 %

(c) 78 %

(d) 50 %

79. Ans: c

80.

correct for temperature rise in metal cutting

(c) 1, 2 and 3

81. Ans: d

82. A hole and a shaft have a basic size of 25

operation?

material.

machining.

3. It

causes

tolerance. The limits of both hole and shaft

dimensional

changes

in

4. It can distort the accuracy of machine

tool itself.

(a) 1 and 2

(b) 2 and 3

(d) 1, 3 and 4

80. Ans: d

81. Which of the following statements apply to

provision of flash gutter and flash land

around the parts to be forged?

1. Small cavities are provided which are

directly outside the die impression.

(a) low limit of hole = 25 mm, high limit of

hole = 25.006 mm, upper limit of shaft =

24.99 mm and low limit of shaft =

24.986 mm

(b) low limit of hole = 25 mm, high limit of

hole = 25.026 mm , upper limit of shaft

= 24.8 mm and low limit of shaft =

24.76 mm

(c) low limit of hole = 24 mm, high limit of

hole = 25.006 mm , upper limit of shaft

= 25 mm and low limit of shaft = 24.99

mm

(d) low limit of hole = 25.006 mm, high

limit of hole = 25 mm , upper limit of

shaft = 24.99 mm and low limit of shaft

= 25 mm

82. Ans: a

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83.

manufacturing

company

predicted

the

constant?

correct?

(a) 0.4

(b) 0.6

85. Ans: a

(a) 1 only

(c) 2 only

speed and insufficient cooling help produce

(a) continuous chips in ductile materials

83. Ans: c

84. An organization has decided to produce a

new product. Fixed cost for producing the

product is estimated as Rs. 1,00,000.

Variable cost for producing the product is

ductile material

(d) discontinuous chips in brittle materials

86. Ans: c

product selling price could be Rs. 200. The

separately driven axes motion is required to

(a) 1000

(b) 2000

(c) 500

(d) 900

workpiece. The generation of these reference

signals is accomplished through a device

84. Ans: a

called

(a) approximator

(b) interpolator

(c) coordinator

(d) director

87. Ans: c

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88. A part is made from solid brass rod of 38

90.

The purpose of providing side rake angle

Newton. The factory cost of the part will be

(a) Rs. 8.40

90. Ans: b

91.

supermarket is 80000. The cost of placing

an order is Rs. 4,000 and the inventory cost

of each item is Rs. 40. What is the

88. Ans: a

propellant manufacturing plant by the

(a) 2000

(b) 4000

(c) 5656

(d) 6666

91. Ans: b

furnace. Each ton of propellant must

undergo 30 minutes of furnace time

including loading and unloading operations.

Furnace is used only 80 percent of the time

due to power restrictions. The required

output for the new layout is to be 16 tons

per shift (8 hours). Plant (system) efficiency

is estimated at 50 percent of system

capacity. The number of furnaces required

will be

(a) 3

(b) 2

(c) 1

92.

In a single-server queueing model

1. the arrivals is a memoryless process

2. the arrivals is described as a Poisson

distribution

3. uncertainty concerning the demand for

service exists

Which of the above statements are correct?

(a) 1 and 2 only

(c) 1, 2 and 3

(d) 4

92. Ans: a

89. Ans: a

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solution?

(a) Constraint-1

(b) Constraint-3

(c) Constraint-4

(AQL) will be rejected ( = 5%)

3. Maximum level of percentage defectives

that

will

make the

lot

definitely

94. Ans: b

95.

sources and 5 destinations with appropriate

rim conditions. The number of possible

unacceptable

4. The consumer is willing to take lots of

solutions is

(a) 15

(b) 225

(c) 6435

(d) 150

(b) 1, 2, 3 and 4

95. Ans: c

96. Maximize Z = 2X1 + 3X2

93. Ans: b

Subject to

94. Assuming X and Y are the two control

2X1 + X2 6

X1X2 3

X1 X2 0

Constraint-1 : 2X + Y 1000

(a) optimal

Constraint-2 : 3X + 4Y 2400

(b) infeasible

Constraint-3 : X + Y 800

(c) unbounded

Constraint-4 : X - Y 350

(d) degenerate

Constraint-5 : X 0

Constraint-6 : Y 0

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X1, X2 0

1 attendant who can attend to 8 technicians

(a) 6, 9

(b) 12, 5

(c) 4, 10

(d) 0, 9

store on an average 6 per hour. Assuming

the arrivals to follow poisson and servicing

to follow exponential distribution, what is

the expected time spent by a technicians in

98. Ans: b

99. Which of the following defines the compilers

function correctly?

(a) It translates high-level language programs

by a technician in the queue and what is the

(b) It translates object code into a high-level

queue?

language

(c) It translate object code into assembly

technicians

language instructions

(d)

It

translates

assembly

language

technicians

(c) 22.5 minutes, 22.5 minutes and 2.75

99. Ans: a

technicians

(d) 30

minutes,

30

minutes

and

2.25

work materials is responsible for the

technicians

97. Ans: b

machining?

(a) Hardness

Subject to

0 X1 12

0 X2 9

(d) Ductility

100. Ans: b

3X1 + 6X2 66

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Directions:

Each of the next Twenty (20) items consists

of

two

statements,

one

labeled

as

102. Ans: d

Codes:

ratio.

individually true but statement(II) is not

the correct explanation of statement (I)

(c) Statement (I) is true but Statement (II) is

false

103. Ans: d

104. Statement (II): Lewis equation for design

of involute gear tooth predicts the static

load capacity of a cantilever beam of

true

uniform strength

Statement (II): For a pair gears in mesh,

pressure angle and module must be same to

follower is a case of complete constraint.

and correct gearing.

by itself does not guarantee continuity or

contact all the time.

104. Ans: b

105. Statement (I): Tensile strength of CI is

much higher than that of MS.

101. Ans: d

any number of teeth.

105. Ans: d

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glass.

Statement

(II):

Since

the

operating

109. Ans: c

lengths.

Statement (II): These rotors will have to

106. Ans: a

the furnace up to austenitize temperature

110. Ans: a

annealing.

Statement (II): Annealed steel specimen

possesses fine pearlitic structure.

though most efficient, requires a liquid

metal charge while starting.

107. Ans: c

ferromagnetic material decreases with an

metal charge while starting.

Statement (II): A Critical temperature at

which the alignment of magnetic moments

vanishes is called Curie temperature.

111. Ans: a

112. Statement (I): Low-carbon steel has high

Weldability and is more easily welded.

Statement (II): Higher carbon contents tend

108. Ans: d

development of cracks.

containing fine fibers of glass.

ACE Engineering Academy

112. Ans: c

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113. Statement

(I):

articulation through which link rotates

during engagement and disengagement, is

of the lead screw threads.

Statement (II): The speed of the job is

Statement (II): The greater angle of

articulation will increase the life of the

chain.

job speed used in the turning operation.

116. Ans: c

117. Statement (I): The CNC is an NC system

utilizing a dedicated stored program to

113. Ans: b

114. Statement (I): The Bauschinger effect is

observed in tension test of mild steel

specimen due to loss of mechanical energy

during local yielding.

Statement (II): The Bauschinger effect is a

function of section modulus of specimen

manufacturing

Statement

(II):

The

DNC

is

of process machines are controlled by a

computer through direct connect and real

time analysis.

under test.

117. Ans: b

114. Ans: a

115. Statement (I): The ceramic tools used in

machining of material have highly brittle

diameter of the shaft is greater than the

inner diameter of the hole.

tool tips.

Statement (II): Ceramic tools can be used

on hard to machine work material.

obtained from the assembly of hole an shaft

resulting in interference fit is called

115. Ans: b

positive clearance.

118. Ans: c

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used techniques for testing surface integrity

of material is metallography.

Statement (II): Surface integrity of a

material does not contribute for the

mechanical and metallurgical properties.

119. Ans: b

120. Statement (I): The change in critical path

requires rescheduling in a PERT network.

Statement (II): Some of the activities

cannot be completed in time due to

unexpected breakdown of equipment or no

availability of raw materials.

120. Ans: b

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