Our 1000+ Energy Engineering MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions and Answers) focus on all areas of Energy Engineering covering 100+ topics. These topics are chosen from a collection of the most authoritative and best reference books on Energy Engineering. One should spend 1 hour daily practicing these MCQs for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate the Energy Engineering subject comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily for Energy Engineering exams, contests, online tests, quizzes, MCQ-tests, viva-voce, interviews, and certifications.
Energy Engineering Multiple Choice Questions Highlights
1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) in Energy Engineering with a detailed explanation of every question.
These MCQs cover theoretical concepts, true-false(T/F) statements, fill-in-the-blanks, and match the following style statements.
These MCQs also cover numerical as well as diagram-oriented MCQs.
These MCQs are organized chapterwise and each Chapter is further organized topicwise.
Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic of a given Chapter in Energy Engineering Subject.
Who should Practice Energy Engineering MCQs?
Students who are preparing for college tests and exams such as mid-term tests and semester tests on Energy Engineering.
Students who are preparing for Online/Offline Tests/Contests in Energy Engineering.
Students who wish to sharpen their knowledge of the Energy Engineering Subject.
Anyone preparing for Aptitude test in Energy Engineering.
Anyone preparing for interviews (campus/off-campus interviews, walk-in interviews, and company interviews).
Anyone preparing for entrance examinations and other competitive examinations.
All - Experienced, Freshers and College / School Students.
Explanation: Down draught gasifier or co-current gasifiers equipment lies in its inability to operate on a number of unprocessed fuels. In particular, fluffy, low density materials give rise to flow problems and excessive pressure drop and the solid fuel must be pelletized before use.
Explanation: A disadvantage of cross draught gasifiers is their minimal tar converting capacity and the consequent needs for the high quality charcoal. It is because of the uncertainty of charcoal quality that a number of charcoal gasifiers employ down draught principle, in order to maintain at least a minimal tar cracking capability.
Explanation: A solution to the problem of tar entrainment in the gas stream has been found by designing co-current or down draught gasifiers, in which primary gasification air is introduced at or above the oxidation zone in the gasifier.
Explanation: It is actually the advantage of this system that it is capable of handling very small amounts for operation. Installations below 10 KW can under certain conditions be economically feasible. The reason is the very simple gas cleaning train which can be employed when using this type of gasifier.
Explanation: The oldest and simplest type of gasifier is the counter current or up draught gasifier. The major advantage of this type of gasifier are its simplicity, high charcoal burnout and internal heat exchange leading to low gas exit temperatures and high equipment efficiency.
Explanation: The word Gasification implies converting a solid or liquid into a gaseous fuel without leaving any solid carbonaceous residue. Gasifier is a equipment which can gasify a variety of biomass such as wood waste, agricultural waste like stalks, and roots of various crops. The gasifier is essentially a chemical reactor where various complex physical and chemical processes take place.
Explanation: Vehicle refueling appliance is abbreviated as VRAs. Certified natural gas compressors for refueling the vehicles are commercially available. These allow refueling at home and work. After upgrading with the above-mentioned technologies, the biogas (transformed into biomethane) can be used as vehicle fuel in adapted vehicles.