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 1. In case of heat conduction through plane wall, which one of the following is not a correct assumption? a. Steady state b. Three dimensional heat flow c. Volumetric heat generation must be constant d. K must be constant

 2. If Q X is heat generated in at distance ‘x’, then heat conducted out at a distance (x + d x) will be a. Q X + 3d (Q X) d x /d x b. 2Q X + d (Q X) d x /d x c. d (Q X) d x /d x d. Q X + d (Q X) d x /d x

 3. Notable example of uniform generation of heat within the conducting medium are (i) Energy of a nuclear reactor (ii) Liberation of energy due to some exothermic chemical reactions (iii) Resistance heating in electrical appliances Which of the statements made above are correct? a. 1, 2 and 3 b. 1 and 2 c. 1 and 3 d. Only 2

 4. For a plane wall of thickness l with uniformly distributed heat generation q g per unit volume, the temperature t₀ at mid plane is given by a. t₀ = q g l²/2k +t w b. t₀ = q g l²/4k +t w c. t₀ = q g l²/8k +t w d. t₀ = q g l²/16k +t w

 5. The temperature drop in a plane wall with uniformly distributed heat generation can be decreased by reducing a. Wall thickness b. Heat generation rate c. Thermal conductivity d. Surface area

 6. Consider a slab of thickness δ with one side (x = 0) insulated and other side (x = δ) maintained at constant temperature. The rate of uniform heat generation within the slab is q g W/m³. Presuming that the heat conduction is in steady state and one dimensional along x direction, the maximum temperature in the slab would occur at x equal a. δ/2 b. Zero c. δ/4 d. δ

 7. There occurs heat conduction and internal heat generation at uniform rate within the conduction medium itself in the following cases (i) Drying of concrete (ii) Chemical processes (iii) Fuel elements in a nuclear reaction Choose the correct option a. 1 only b. 2 only c. 1 and 3 d. 1, 2 and 3