1
GATE PI 2001
+5
-1.5
A weld is made using $$MIG$$ welding process with the following welding parameters: Current: $$200A;$$ Voltage: $$25V;$$ Welding speed: $$18$$ $$cm/min;$$ wire diameter: $$1.2$$ $$mm;$$ Wire feed rate: $$4$$ $$m/min;$$ Thermal efficiency of the process: $$65\%$$

The heat input per unit length of the weld in $$kJ/cm$$ is:

A
$$0.18$$
B
$$0.28$$
C
$$10.83$$
D
$$16.66$$
2
GATE PI 2001
+5
-1.5
A weld is made using $$MIG$$ welding process with the following welding parameters: Current: $$200A;$$ Voltage: $$25V;$$ Welding speed: $$18$$ $$cm/min;$$ wire diameter: $$1.2$$ $$mm;$$ Wire feed rate: $$4$$ $$m/min;$$ Thermal efficiency of the process: $$65\%$$

The area of cross section of weld bead in $$m{m^2}$$ is:

A
$$16.3$$
B
$$25.1$$
C
$$30.3$$
D
$$38.6$$
3
GATE PI 2001
Subjective
+5
-0
In certain machining operation with a cutting speed of $$50$$ $$m/min,$$ tool life of $$45$$ minutes was observed, when the cutting speed was increased to $$100$$ $$m/min,$$ the tool life decreased to $$10$$ minutes. The cutting speed for maximum productivity, if tool change time is $$2$$ minutes is
4
GATE PI 2001
Subjective
+5
-0
Tool life in drilling steel using $$HSS$$ drill is expressed as $${T^{0.2}} = 9.8\,\,{D^{0.4}}\,\,/\,\,V\,{s^{0.5}}$$ where $$D$$ is the drill diameter (in $$mm$$), $$T$$ is the tool life (in minutes), $$V$$ is the cutting speed (in $$m/min$$) and $$s$$ is the feed ($$mm/rev$$). The feed is set at maximum possible value of $$0.4$$ $$mm/rev$$ for a given drill diameter of $$30mm.$$ The length of drilling is $$50mm.$$ The machine hour rate Rs $$60$$ and the cost of drill is Rs. $$400.$$

$$i)$$ For the given conditions, the tailor's exponent and constant are .............
$$ii)$$ The optimum cutting speed, $${V_{opt}},$$ neglecting the work-piece and tool changing times is

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