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1. b Continuous-flow type 27. c Cutting 54. a Aspiration 81. 126.5 m.

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a
dryer 28. c Fine ness modulus 55. b. Scalper 82. b
Angle of friction
2. c Concurrent-flow type 29. c Shearing 56. a 0.2-0.25 sq. m. per ton 83. a
Moisture wet basis
dryer 30. b Dry basis 57. a 77 rpm 84. a
471 kilos
3. a Mixing type 31. a Primary method 58. a 65 rpm 85. c
Dryer
4. b Direct-fired dryer 32. a Stripping 59. b 1.92 hp 86. b
Vertical bin dryer
5. a Dryer efficiency 33. b 18% 60 a Parboiling 87. b
Recirculating dryer
6. c Head grain 34. a 22% 61. a Top of the huller 88. b
Continuous flow dryer
7. a Blower 35. a 12.9 kg 62. b 40-60 kg. Brown rice per 89. b
Plenum chamber
8. c Multi pass dryer 36. a 13.6% hour 90. c
Rice mill
9. a Plenum 37. a 20% 63. c Dockage 91. d
All of the above
10. b 75% 38. b 8837.3 kg 64. c Bulk storage 92. c
600 kg
11. b 65% 39. a 1046.5 kg 65. b Trier 93. c
Whitener
12. a 90% 40. c fan efficiency 66. a Dunnage 94. b
Tripper
13. a 6 months 41. b Up to 18 inches 67. b Godown 95. b
coefficient of utilization
14. c Combustion efficiency 42. b ½ of the thickness of 68. b Scalping 96. a
450 bd. Ft.
15. c Purity paddy grain 69. a 113 F 97. b
Plenum chamber
16. b Static pressure 43. b 14 m/s 70. b 65% 98. c
25%
17. a tempering 44. a 13 m/s 71. a 0.79 99. a
69%
18. b Moisture content wet basis 45. b 1000 rpm 72. a 457.50 kg 100. b
½ of the thickness of the
19. a Moisture content dry basis 46. b Aeration 73. b 1050 kg paddy grain
20. b Fanning mill 47. b 18-25 sacks 74. b 80-90% 101. a It is more effective in
21. b Tripper 48. b 10 bags 75. a 1767.4 kg grinding grains with
22. b Resistance type meter 49. a 12 bags 76. b 250 kg/ hr higher moisture content of
23. c Free moisture 50. b 15 bags 77. a 29.07 kg/ hr up to 25%
24. c Mixing 51. a 2592 bags 78. a 22 deg. 102. b Attrition mill
25. b Attrition mill 52. a 111 sq. m. 79. c Drying font 103. b Attrition mill
26. b Crushing 53. b Modified atmosphere 80. c One joule 104. b Roller mill
105. b 450 kg/ m3 132. c Belt Conveyor 159. b Reduce the sizes of 183. c Grain production
106. b 250-400 rpm 133. a Blower granular products enhancement program
107. b Horizontal feed mixer has 134. b Magnetic separator 160. b 80-90% 184. e All of the above
high power requirement 135. b paddy separator 161. c Axial- flow thresher 185. b Pericarp
108. c Take- up units 136. b 25% 162. a Peg-tooth 186. c The larger the free space,
109. b Increase 137. c Whitener 163. a Louvers the smaller the breakage
110. d All of the above 138. a Polisher 164. b 800- 1200 rpm and losses.
111. c Load cell 139. b Grader 165. c Brown rice 187. c more than 3.0
112. c 18 m/s 140. b Frictional-type whitener 166. c Coefficient of wholeness 188. b Thermal stress
113. c 18 m/s 141. d All of the above 167. a Milling degree 189. c Milling
114. a 13 m/s 142. d None of the above 168. b Having a series of two or 190. a Moisture and temperature
115. b column 143. c Screw conveyor three whitening machines 191. c Harvesting paddy above
116. b Scalper 144. d bucket elevator 169. b Percentage milling 80% will produce more
117. a 0.2-0.25 m2/ ton 145. c Pneumatic conveyor recovery shattered and broken
118. a 77 rpm 146. a Primary method 170. d All of the above grains
119. a 65 rpm 147. c Oven 171. c Polisher 192. b Panicle harvesting
120. a 2.19 hp 148. b Secondary method 172. e All of the above 193. c 872 kg
121. b Rubber huller 149. c Dessicator 173. a Dry milling 194. a 128 kg
122. a Top of the huller 150. a Coefficient of hulling 174. b De- germinator 195. b Mass transfer
123. a Fans 151. c Bran 175. a Roller mill 196. a the vapor pressure of
124. b Pump 152. b 120 cm x 120 cm 176. a Aspirator grains is higher than the
125. b Screw 153. a 120 cm x 100 cm 177. b Single pass rice mill vapor pressure of air
126. d All of the above 154. a 72 or 133 cm 178. a 90% 197. c 8-10 ft
127. c pneumatic 155. c Distributing auger 179. b Conditioning 198. c 100%
128. c Cross flow pan 156. a Feeding auger 180. c Centralize storage system 199. b cooling
129. a increase 157. b Portable auger 181. b Silo 200. b Rubber huller
130. b paddy separator 158. c Outside diameter of the 182. a 1/4 inch mesh 201. c Paddy separator
131. b Polisher auger tube
202. b 2 to 3 mm from cone 224. c corn grit #16 252. a slaughter house 277. a tempering
coating 225. c copra cake 253. b rotary displacement 278. a too high drying
203. a 13 m/s 226. c conditioning pump temperature used
204. b 1000 rpm 227. e all of the above 254. a piston displacement 279. b blanching
205. b 1/2 of the length of the 228. c corn grits pump 280. b sulfuring
paddy 229. b % main product recovery 255. b between 50 to 95C 281. b 250-300F
206. a Decrease 230. c steel roller mill 256. a peristaltic pump 282. a 80-90F
207. c Pelleting 231. c 64 % 257. a extrinder 283. b rapid drying
208. b Crumbling 232. b degerminated corn kernel 258. b mixing 284. a stop enzymatic activity
209. b Vertical mixer 233. c milling capacity 259. d all of the above which results in color ,
210. a Horizontal mixers 234. b 31% 260. b rotating mixer with flavor and nutrient losses
211. a Horizontal mixer 235. a 7.24 tons per hour stirrers or changes.
212. c Vertical mixers 236. b 0.250 ton per hour 261. a kneader 285. b lemon salt
213. b Blending 237. a 6. 52 tons per hour 262. c heat exchanger 286. d all of the above
214. a obtain homogeneous feed 238. b canning 263. c juices 287. c to promote even drying
to ensure that animals are 239. c pasteurization 264. c mashed vegetables of product
given the same 240. b heat sterilization 265. a preservation 288. a allow moisture to
proportions of nutrient 241. b filtration 266. c pasteurization equalize through all the
215. b improve digestability of 242. a leaching 267. a spray dryer food so that there will no
feeds 243. a distilling 268. c freeze drying damp spots where mold
216. b 100 m/s 244. b 5000 pcs. of nuts 269. b sterilization will grow
217. b feeder 245. a sifting 270. a cooking 289. b plastic container
218. c 15 minutes 246. b centrifuge 271. c palatability 290. a 125F
219. c 25 rpm 247. a water soaking 272. a conching 291. d all of the above
220. a 5 minutes 248. a scalding 273. a homogerizing 292. d all of the above
221. c bran 249. a hydrometer 274. a exhausting 293. e all of the above
222. a corn grit #20 and #24 250. b live weight 275. a degassing 294. b before and during storage
223. a corn grit #12 251. a slaughter weight 276. c roasting 295. a freezing and oven drying
296. b 4-12 months 322. c that 32 F and 0 C is the 346. a ammonia 366. d all of the above
297. c fruit leathers same temperature level 347. a ammonia 367. b blanching
298. b 8-10 hours 323. b specific heat 348. b air-conditioner 368. b 29-30 F
299. a fermentation 324. d all of the above 349. b air changes 369. c 28 F
300. a pickling 325. a sensible heat 350. b defrosting 370. a color and flavor
301. b blanching 326. b latent heat 351. a heat pump 371. c glazing
302. a jams 327. a latent heat of 352. c infiltration 372. b air blast freezer
303. b jellies vaporization 353. a wet bulb depression 373. a sharp freezer
304. c marmalades 328. b latent heat of fusion 354. c freezing point 374. a -0. 545 C
305. b sanitation 329. b latent heat of 355. b dehumidifier 375. b sherbet
306. b antioxidants condensation 356. b outside the refrigerator 376. e all of the above
307. c emulsifiers 330. c latent heat of sublimation cabinet 377. b 2 hp
308. c ingredients 331. c all of the above 357. c heat will efficiently be 378. b 6 to 12 months
309. b label 332. c water will boil bellow distributed to the 379. b giblets
310. b 100 deg C 100 C refrigerator compartment 380. b frozen rapidly
311. a 115 deg C 333. d all of the above 358. b below 14 C 381. a storing it in aluminum
312. c 74 deg C 334. b will not collect heat 359. a below 14 C foil
313. c refrigeration 335. d all of the above 360. b the product is stored 382. c oxidation of fats
314. a at a higher temperature to 336. b Styrofoam between-10 F to 10 F 383. b liquid spray freezing
lower temperature 337. b amperage 361. c humidity and air motion 384. b 1 to 2 days
315. b heat 338. a voltage inside the storage room 385. b meat
316. b heat is absent 339. b evaporator 362. c to prevent moisture loss 386. b pork
317. d all of the above 340. a condenser in the product 387. b mutton
318. a 2520 calories 341. c compressor 363. b to arrest or retard the 388. a lapan
319. a 418.7 joules 342. c expansion value natural process of 389. a chevon
320. c calorimeter 343. c refrigerant detorioration 390. f all of the above
321. b temperature 344. c one day 364. b quick freezing 391. b veal
345. d all of the above 365. b refrigerated storage
392. a when beef is stored at 405. b R-22 421. c saturated gas 446. b high temperature to
lower temperature it will (monochloridifluorome- 422. c suva Mp 52 (R-134a) lower temperature
have longer storage life thane) 423. a back frost 447. b decrease the thickness of
than when cold stored at 406. c R-502 (mixture of R-22 424. a saturated gas material
higher temperature and R115) 425. b saturated liquid 448. a 6.3/ln r2/r1
393. e two of the above 407. c R-502 (mixture of R-22 426. a 19 psi 449. c heat transfer coefficient
394. a aging and R115) 427. a more efficiently than 450. b forced convection
395. a extreme temperature 408. a split-system air rooms with smaller floor 451. b gases
fluctuation during conditioning system area 452. d none of the above
defrosting contributes to 409. b evaporator 428. b 65-75 psi 453. b slower
short storage life of the 410. b increasing the condenser 429. c solid CO2 454. c natural convection
meat surface area 430. b cooling tower 455. a kilo calories
396. c storing meat product 411. b 40 F 431. b lacks refrigerant 456. a nusselt/grashof/prantdl
without plastic sheet at 412. c hot temperature with high 432. b air infiltration 457. d all of the above
low relative humidity or low humidity 433. b R-12 458. a thermal resistance
397. a 6 to 12 months 413. d air conditioner 434. c R-22 459. b temperature
398. b 3 to 4 months 414. b the motor and 435. b conduction 460. c ambient temperature
399. b immersion freezing compressor of a 436. a convection 461. a heat
400. c 7 to 12 months refrigeration system is 437. a a/dx 462. a convection, coefficient,
401. b American society of housed in the same 438. b thermal conduction pipe diameter, and
heating refrigerating, and compartment 439. c radiation thermal conductivity
air conditioning 415. c the entrance of the 440. c British thermal Unit 463. b 680 w/m
engineers condenser tube 441. b thermal conductivity 464. c boiling water
402. b air conditioner 416. b filter 442. a unsteady state conduction 465. b 100 to 600
403. c dehumidity 417. a evaporator 443. d all of the above 466. b silver is faster to transmit
404. a R-12 418. d compressor 444. a changes in decreasing heat than aluminum
(diclordifluoromethane) 419. c evaporator manner 467. c 70 bd. ft.
420. a superheated gas 445. a high thermal conductivity 468. b 264 BTU /hr-ft2
469. b 111 BTU /hr-ft 488. a 220 kg 508. a 1:2:4 536. b toughness
470. a viscosity, specific heat, 489. a polystyrene foam 509. a masonry 537. b softwood
and thermal 490. a refractory 510. a 55 to 60 pcs. 538. a factory lumber
conductivity 491. d all of the above 511. a 2 cubic feet in volume 539. b yard lumber
472. a nusselt, prantdl, 492. d all of the above 512. a concrete 540. c structural timber
Reynolds 493. b 0.174x10-8 BTU /hr2-ft F4 513. d hardwood 541. b rough lumber
473. a 1055 J 494. b Qr=AT4 514. a yard lumber 542. a S2E1S
474. b decrease 495. c heat exchanger 515. a grout 543. c truss
475. b temperature is increased 496. a thermal conductivity and 516. d rubble 544. a 4’’ x 8’’
476. a heat transfer rate is heat transfer coefficient 517. a silo 545. b face
higher on edges of boxes of the materials 518. d 4 bags 546. b kilo
477. a layers produce more 497. a when radiant energy falls 519. a run 547. b tex screw
manure per day than on a body, part may be 520. a 0.001 m3 548. b ripsaw
broilers reflected, absorbed and 521. b 1:2 549. b the finer the cut
478. b brick the remainder 522. a dressed lumber 550. b lin x lin x lin / 144
479. b insulator transmitted 523. a timber 551. b kiln drying
480. c asbestos 498. d none of the above 524. c board 552. b chip-forming method
481. b asbestos 499. a higher than 525. b plank 553. b tox
482. b medium temperature perpendicular planes 526. a S4S 554. c finishing nail
range insulator 500. c concrete 527. b rough lumber 555. c jack plane
483. d all of the above 501. c estimate 528. b 120 pcs. 556. b hole saw
484. d all of the above 502. c Portland pozzoland 529. b rise 557. b linear footage
485. a in insulation, heat grain is concrete 530. b 20 sq.m. 558. c foursides of wood are
more costly that heat 503. a lime 531. b 20 kg smooth
loss. 504. c silica 532. a 10 bags 559. c cross-cut saw
486. a reduction in the 505. d none of the above 533. b farm house 560. c corrugated round bar
insulating 506. a 1:2:4 534. c durability 561. c acrylic paint
487. c conditioning 507. b 1:3:6 535. c creosote 562. d all of the above
563. d none of the above 590. b 60 cm wide x 100 cm 615. c 6 meters 639. c condemned meat
564. b silica high 616. a 6 meters wide x 4 640. b detained meat
565. b 1:2:4 591. a 2 to 2.5 m meters high 641. b scalding
566. a 1 foot-candle 592. c 9.8 CFM 617. a 3 watts per square meter 642. a flaying
567. b 1:2:4 593. c 10-30 liters per day- 618. c 150 mm 643. c gambrelling
568. c 1:3:6 animal 619. c 12 mm RSB 644. a stunning
569. b 1:2:5:5 594. b east-west direction 620. c 150 mm 645. b pithing
570. c 7 to 14 days 595. b 43 birds per m2 621. b 1.00 m 646. c sticking
571. c 4 bags 596. a 22 birds per m2 622. a 14.5 meters 647. c 600 mm
572. a one cubic feet 597. c 1.8 m above the ground 623. b 1.0 meter wide 648. b 2.5 m x 6.4 m
573. b 13 CHB 598. b 90 cm w x 200 cm high 624. b 6 meters 649. b 45 deg
574. a 0.0001 599. b 2.2 m 625. a 3 meters 650. c 150 mm
575. b boar 600. c 32-35 deg C 626. a 7.3 m x 21.9 m x 4.5 m 651. b 10 mm RSB
576. b farrowing pen 601. b lower 627. a 1 meter 652. c 1.5 meters above the
577. c weaning 602. b 2.5 m and below 628. b Japanese method floor
578. b gilt 603. c 35 watts per m2 629. b slaughter house 653. c 1.5 meters wide
579. b farrowing stall 604. a 10 watts per m2 630. c “AAA” slaughter house 654. a 1 inlet
580. a gestation 605. a 4 cm per bird 631. b “AA” slaughter house 655. b 2.2 volt-ampere
581. b lactation 606. b 5 pcs. 632. c pole-type 656. a 1,870 watts
582. c farrowing 607. c 120-160 mm above the 633. a 227 liters per day per 657. a 1492 watts
583. b east-west direction back of the birds animal 658. b 1755 watts
584. c 7.5 sq.m. per animal 608. a 2.5 cm per bird 634. b 114 liters per day per 659. a 0.4875
585. b 2.5 sq.m. per animal 609. b 75 birds animal 660. a volts x ampere
586. a 2 to 4 % 610. d all of the above 635. c 57 liters per day per 661. b volts x ampere x power
587. c 90 to 100 mm thick 611. a 10 m x 30 m animal factor
588. b 1:2.25:3 612. a 75 m x 142 m 636. a 10 meters from the bank 662. d all of the above
589. e all of the above 613. a 20 m x 48 m 637. b 100 meters 663. b 20 amperes
614. a 25 m x 78 m 638. a 20 psi 664. b decrease
665. a wire 690. b fluorescent lamp 711. b activated carbon 738. b sewage
666. b cables 691. a 3 watts per square meter 712. c dusts 739. a detention time
667. a stranded wire 692. b 6 in. x 8 in. x 16 in. 713. a polluted air 740. b incineration
668. b 24 ohms 693. b 12 mm diameter 714. b gravity separation 741. c split-type plant
669. c 6.05 kw-hour 694. c 600 mm vertical and 715. a cyclone separator 742. b 0.75 to 1.00 air changes
670. c 250,000 circular mill horizontal 716. a terminal velocity per minute
671. b armored cable 695. a one meter concrete 717. c large particle 743. c greenhouse
672. a metal clad cable strips should be 718. d all of the above 744. d none of the above
673. c raceways provided around the 719. b asbestos 745. a north to south
674. a convenience outlet warehouse 720. b water scrubber 746. a 50 meters
675. c receptacles 696. b 1.0 meter above the 721. b cesspool 747. a 50 meters
676. b switchboard ground 722. a digestion 748. b 1:20 to 1:30
677. c three phase system 697. a 0.30 m above the 723. a effluent 749. a 27.6 inches of water
678. b 100 watts ground 724. c humus 750. c curing
679. c ampacity 698. d all of the above 725. a activated sludge process 751. c strain
680. c 80 % 699. b in every entry door 726. b influent 752. c shear force
681. a 1.0 meter 700. d all of the above 727. b sterilization 753. a ultimate strength
682. a 16 layers 701. d all of the above 728. b putrefaction 754. b unit stress
683. b 18 layers 702. c disinfection 729. b volatile solids 755. c shearing stress
684. a more paddy can be 703. c spraying 730. a lagoon 756. c shear stress
stored in a warehouse 704. a low velocity 731. b composting 757. c factor of safety
when placed in jute 705. b allow the formation of 732. a sediments 758. a 15 amp branch circuit
sacks settable particles 733. a sludge 759. b 20 amp branch circuit
685. c wall height 706. d all of the above 734. a filter skin 760. d none of the above
½
686. a the wall height 707. a agitated 735. b back washing 761. a 2.6 ohms
687. a 0.6 m 708. b disinfection 736. c hot water 762. b 21,740 circular mill
688. a 0.5 m 709. b low 737. a enhance disinfection 763. a. P8,100
689. b 20 feet 710. c boiling effect 764. c 12.75%
765. a 4.53 lph
766. a 2m
767. a 26 compartment
768. a 2824 kg/hr
769. a 25,920 kCal/hr
770. a 14.40 kg/hr
771.
772.
773.
774.
775.
776. a 2.363 Pa or 9.5 in. H2O
777. a 15 hrs.
778. a 2192 rpm
779. a 1315 rpm
780. a 76.6 rpm
781. a 240 fpm
782. a 24.06 kg/min
783. c c. 0.04 hp
784. a 7”
785. a 8”
786.
787. a 72 bd-ft
788. a 423 bd-ft.
789. a 33,476.8 airmill
790.
791.