IES Mains Exam Analysis 2019 | Detailed Analysis & QA
IES Mains Exam Analysis 2019:- UPSC will conduct IES Mains examination for the candidates who have cleared the preliminary examination on 30th June 2019. We will update you with detailed Exam Analysis of IES Mains Exam 2019 in this post.
- Mains examination for IES 2019 is the upcoming stage in order to clear UPSC IES exam.
- In this post, we will update you with shift-wise exam analysis for IES Mains 2019
- Exam Analysis will help you understand the nature of the UPSC IES Mains Exam. For better understanding, we have mentioned a detailed analysis of UPSC IES 2018 Mains examination.
IES Mains Exam Analysis 2019
The UPSC IES 2019 Mains (stage 2) examination will have 2 papers. Both the papers will have questions from the selected Engineering discipline (Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical / Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering).
IES Mains Civil Engineering Exam Analysis 2019
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IES Mains Mechanical Engineering Exam Analysis 2019
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IES Mains Electrical Exam Analysis 2019
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IES Mains Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Exam Analysis 2019
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IES Mains Exam Analysis 2018 (Previous Year Student’s Analysis)
Here we have brought for you, Previous year’s Student’s Analysis for Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & communication Mains examination conducted in the year 2018.
This will give you an idea of the examination and it will certainly act as an important guide in your chase of becoming Engineering in the Indian Govt. sector employer Indian Engineering Services.
(Previous Year Student’s Analysis)
IES Mechanical Engineering Mains Exam Analysis 2018 (Previous Year Student’s Analysis)
Mechanical Engineering ESE (Paper I) Analysis
Section A – Compulsory Question Q 1. (12*5=60 marks)
(a) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Problem – Calculation of COP – Level (Moderate) – Reference: CP Arora
(b) Internal Combustion Engines Theory – Knocking Phenomenon in SI and CI Engines – Level (Easy) – Reference: ML Mathur & R P Sharma
(c) Fluid Mechanics Problem – Boundary Layer Theory – Level (Difficult) – Reference: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics: Fox 5th ed (Ex-9.1) – (Boundary Layer in Channel Flow)
(d) Heat Transfer Problem – Radiation – Level (Moderate) – Reference: Frank P Incropera- Fundamentals of Heat Transfer – Chapter 12 – Radiation
(e) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Theory – Properties of Refrigerants – Level (Easy) – Reference: CP Arora
Section B – Compulsory Question Q 5. (12*5=60 marks)
(a) Engineering Thermodynamics Problem – Entropy Change Calculation – Level (Moderate) – Reference: Engineering Thermodynamics – Yunus Cengel – Chapter 7 Entropy (Exercise Question 7–66)
(b) Renewable Sources of Energy Problem – Harnessing of Wind Energy and Calculation- Level ( Difficult) – Reference: Energy Conversion System – Rakosh Das Begamudre – Chapter 5 – Wind Energy Conversion ( Ex 5.4 )
(c) Turbomachinery Theory – Steam Turbines Blades – Level (Moderate) – Reference: Power Plant Engineering P K Nag – Chapter 7 – Steam Turbines
(d) Renewable Sources of Energy (Theory and Derivation) – Flat Plate Solar Collector – Level (Difficult) – Reference: Power Plant Engineering P K Nag for theory ( 14.5.1 Solar Thermal Conversion), Refrigeration and Air Conditioning C P Arora for derivation ( 17.11 Flat Plate Solar Collector)
(e) Internal Combustion Engines Theory – Rubbing Losses, Pumping Losses, Frictional Losses – Level ( Easy) – Reference: ML Mathur & R P Sharma
Compulsory Questions Weight age Analysis
Fluid Mechanics – 12 marks “ Difficult”
Thermodynamics – 12 marks “ Moderate”
Heat Transfer – 12 marks “ Moderate”
Internal Combustion Engines – 12+12=24 marks “Easy”
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – 12+12=24 marks “Moderate+Easy”
Turbomachinery – 12 marks “Moderate”
Power Plant Engineering – 0 marks
Renewable Sources of Energy – 12+12=24 marks ( New Syllabus) “Difficult”
Theory questions were asked from standard textbooks within the prescribed syllabus. Numerical were of moderate to difficult level, some were directly taken from examples and unsolved problems of foreign authors (Fox, Cengel, Incropera), derivations were asked specifically for the new syllabus (Renewable Sources of Energy) P K Nag and C P Arora comes handy in this scenario.
Choose the remaining questions (three in number) as per your aptitude and competence to maximize the score. I will do the analysis for Mechanical Engineering ESE Paper II 2017 in the upcoming days.
Mechanical Engineering ESE ( Paper II) Analysis
Q 1 (a) Engineering Mechanics – Friction problem
(b) i. Strength of Materials – Bending Moment problem
(b) ii. Strength of Materials – Young’s modulus and Poisson’s ratio problem
(c) Theory of Machines – Gyroscopes
(d) Theory of Machines – i. and ii. – Governors
(e) Theory of Machines – Gear Trains
Q 2 (a) Strength of Materials – Deflection of beams
(b) Theory of Machines – Cams
(c) Design of Machine Elements – Design for static and dynamic loading – Shaft design
Q 3 (a) Strength of Materials –
i. Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams
ii. Strength of Materials – Stress and Strain – Mohr’s Circle for stress
(b) Theory of Machines – i. and ii. – Gears
(c) Theory of Machines – Gears and Gear Trains
Q 4 (a) Strength of Materials – Torsion
(b) Theory of Machines – Vibrations – Damped and Undamped Vibrations of SDOF
(c) Design of Machine Elements – Bearings design
Q 5 (a) Materials Science – Heat Treatment
(b) Manufacturing – Casting
(c) Industrial – Inventory Control
(d) i. and ii. – Mechatronics
(e) Robotics – Kinematics of Robots
Q 6 (a) i. Material Science – Corrosion; ii. Material Science – Phase diagram
(b) i. Industrial Engineering – Network flow models; ii. Manufacturing – Welding
(c) i. Mechatronics; ii. Robotics – Forward and Inward Kinematics
Q 7 (a) i. Material Science – Non-Metallic Materials (Polymers); ii. Material Science – Heat Treatment
(b) i. Industrial Engineering – Inventory Control; ii. Mechatronics
(c) i. and ii. Robotics – Forward and Inward Kinematics
Q 8 (a) i. Manufacturing – Welding; ii. Manufacturing – Forming
(b) i. Manufacturing – Metrology and Inspection – Limits, Fits and Tolerances
ii. Manufacturing – Computer Integrated Manufacturing
(c) i. and ii. Robotics – Forward Kinematics
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