Governor - Governor objective questions and answers


16. sensitiveness of governor is defined as.......


   A.range of speed/mean speed

   B.mean speed/range of speed

   C.mean speed X range of speed

   D.2 X mean speed/range of speed

   E.range of speed/2 X mean speed


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A.range of speed/mean speed/mean speed

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17. The function of a governor is to.......


   A.store energy and give up whenever required

   B.regulate the speed during one cycle of prine mover

   C.decrease variation of speed

   D.increase variation of speed

   E.adjust variarion of speed by varying the input to the engine


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E.adjust variarion of speed by varying the input to the engine

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18. If governor balls have one particular fixedradius for each given speedin the equilibrium position, such a governor is said to be.......


   A.sensitive

   B.insensitive

   C.stable

   D.unstable

   E.isochronous


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C.stable

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19. If the controlling force of a governor increases with increases in speed, the governor is said to be.......


   A.sensitive

   B.insensitive

   C.isochronouns

   D.powerful

   E.unstable


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B.insensitive

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20. If the controlling force of a spring controlled governor decreases with increase in radius of rotation then governor is said to be.......


   A.sensitive

   B.insensitive

   C.isochronouns

   D.powerful

   E.unstable


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C.isochronouns

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