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EKT Sample Papers and Questions Mechanical Engineering

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EKT Sample Papers and Questions Mechanical Engineering

Candidates writing EKT exam after AFCAT 2 2014 written test must be searching for sample papers to know what kind of questions they might face in the Engineering Knowledge Test which is also know as EKT exam. EKT exam is for technical branch candidates and mainly consist of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Mechanical. Candidates can download the EKT sample papers from the links given below.

EKT Sample Papers and Questions Mechanical Engineering

Q1.      If sin x+(sin x) 2 =1, then
(a)          cos x+(cos x) 2 =1
(b)          cos x – (cos x) 2 =1
(c)          (cos x) 2 – (cos x) =1
(d)          (cos x) 2 + (cos x) 4 =1
Q2. Each edge of a cube is increased by 50%. The percentage increase in the surface area is
(a)          50
(b)          125
(c)          150
(d)          300
Q3.      The value of log 4 + log 5 – log 2 is
(a)          1
(b)          7
(c)          10
(d)          9/2
Q4.      The probability of drawing an ace or a spade or both from a deck of cards is
(a)          4/52
(b)          13/52
(c)          1/52
(d)          16/52

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Q5.      Let θ be the angle between two vectors a and b, then cos θ is equal to
(a)          mod a + mod b
(b)          (a )+ mod b
(c)          mod (a+b)
(d)          ab/[ mod a x mod b]
Q6.      Pressure is
(a)          scalar
(b)          vector
(c)          pseudo vector
(d)          Poynting vector
Q7.      The force of attraction or repulsion between charges follows
(a)          square law
(b)          inverse square law
(c)          both (a) and (b)
(d)          none of (a) and (b)
Q8. The force experienced by a conductor of length L carrying current I placed parallel to the magnetic field of flux density B is
(a)          BIL
(b)          Zero
(c)          HIL
(d)          IL/B
Q9. A wave undergoes reflection from a rigid boundary. One of its characteristic parameters that changes is
(a)          frequency
(b)          phase
(c)          velocity
(d)          wavelength
Q10. The half-life period of a radioactive element is 140 days. After 560 days one gram of the element will reduce to
(a)          1/2 g
(b)          1/4 g
(c)          1/8 g
(d)          1/16 g
Q11.  Specify the sequence correctly
(a)          grain growth, recrystallisation, stress relief
(b)          stress relief, grain growth, recrystallisation
(c)          stress relief, recrystallisation, grain growth
(d)          grain growth, stress relief, recrystallisation
Q12.  An eutectoid steel consists of
(a)          wholly pearlite
(b)          wholly austenite
(c)          pearlite and ferrite
(d)          pearlite and cementite
Q13.  Cast iron is a
(a)          ductile material
(b)          malleable material
(c)          brittle material
(d)          tough material
Q14.  The percentage of carbon in cast iron varies from
(a)          0.1 to 0.5
(b)          0.5 to 1
(c)          1 to 1.7
(d)          1.7 to 4.5
Q15.  The hardness of steel depends upon the
(a)          amount of cementite it contains
(b)          amount of carbon it contains
(c)          contents of alloying elements
(d)          method of manufacture of steel 

EKT Exam Instructions: 

Instructions for Candidates                                                        Time Allotted: 30 Minutes
1.            Total number of Questions 50. Each Question is of three marks.
2.            One mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
3.            Do not write or mark on Question Paper.
4.            Question Paper to be returned before leaving the Exam Hall. 

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