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Solution of GATE 2019 Question Paper - 9 (in Hindi)
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Question based on Thermal stress & Euler Buckling and Brakes

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1. Solution of GATE 2019 Q.P. of ME (Memory Based) Part-9 Presented by Deep sangeet Maity

2. About ME Working as a Design engineer at "Cameron Manufacturing India Pvt Limited (A Schlumberger Company)". . Currently working as "GATE content editor and developer" at "Kreatryx" .Qualified GATE "3" times Qualified "Gate 2018 with 99.4 percentile 779(75.26 marks) gate score" in mechanical stream Qualified "Gate 2017 with 98.83 percentile 726(70 marks) gate score" in mechanical stream I also have an 3+ years of experience of teaching Engineering subjects like Engineering mechanies, Thermodynamies, SOM, HMIT Ex-CADD Engineer at "CADD CENTRE". Passed B.E. with honours with 76.71%. I am pursuing my MTech in Thermal I have an 2.5+ years of experience as a CADD Engineer. . Ialso have worked for "CAD ACADEMY" as a Design engineer for 1 year.

3. A single block brake with a short shoe and torque capacity of 250 N m is shown. The cylindrical brake drum rotates anticlockwise at 100 rpm and the coefficient of friction is 0.25. The value of a, in mm (round off to one decimal place), such that the maximum actuating force P is 2000 N. is a/4

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6. Consider a prismatic straight beam of length L- m, pinned at the two ends as shown in the figure. The beam has a square cross-section of side p-6 mm. The Young's modulus E = 200 GPa, and the coefficient of thermal expansion -3 10-6 K-1. The minimum temperature rise required to cause Euler buckling of the beam is_K.

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