These important questions related to fuel can be asked in Group D exam, definitely read

Based On Fuel Important Questions For RRB Group D Exam : Important among the top boards of India Indian Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) has started the recruitment process for Group D posts, this exam will be conducted from 17 August to 25 August 2022 and there is a provision to complete this exam in several stages. It is worth mentioning that now the candidate will have to appear in only one exam and on the basis of that all the candidates will be shortlisted.

Today we have come up with answers to important questions related to fuel asked in previous examinations for all the candidates going to appear in Railway Group D exam and these questions will prove to be very important questions from exam point of view. In such a situation, candidates must study these questions for their better results and to get good marks in the examination.

Based On Fuel Important Questions For RRB Group D Exam
Based On Fuel Important Questions For RRB Group D Exam

Based On Fuel Important Questions For RRB Group D Exam (Important Question)

Question. Gobar gas is mainly found in

  • ethylene
  • methane
  • chlorine
  • ethylene

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following statement(s) about natural gas is/are false?

  • It is used as fuel
  • It is a mixture of gaseous hydrocarbons.
  • It is used in the manufacture of fertilizers
  • It is a mixture of CO and H2

Answer: 4

Question. Producer gas is used as a fuel and a source of nitrogen. Where is this gas obtained?

  • By spraying oil on the heated retort
  • On passing a mixture of water and air over a hot coke
  • When air is passed over a dispersion of incandescent coke
  • liquefied by passing steam over incandescent coke

Answer: 4

Question. What is the main constituent of petroleum gas?

  • methane, ethane, hexane
  • ethane, hexane, butane
  • butane and iso butane
  • methane, butane, hexane

Answer: 3

Question. LPG mixture is :

  • of carbon monoxide and oxygen
  • of butane and oxygen
  • of butane and propane
  • of propane and oxygen

Answer: 3

Question. The main constituent of natural gas is:

  • methane
  • butane
  • ethane
  • propane

Answer 1

Question. What is the main component of CNG?

  • methane
  • butane
  • propane
  • athene

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following is obtained as a result of complete combustion of hydrocarbons?

  • CO+OH
  • CO2 + H2O
  • CO+H_O
  • CO2+OH

Answer: 2

Question. Calculate the molecular weight of methane (CH4).

Answer: 3

Question:…….. is increasingly used as a fuel in motor vehicles.

  • Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
  • Carbon Natural Gas (CNG)
  • Central Natural Gas (CNG)
  • Common Natural Gas (CNG)

Answer 1

Question. Which of the following is a characteristic of a clean fuel?

  • pollution free
  • non-renewable
  • generate a lot of smoke
  • generate too many greenhouse gases

Answer 1

Question. What is the main component of LPG?

  • methane
  • propane
  • athene
  • butane

Answer: 4

Question. Which is the fuel of the future?

  • ethanol
  • hydrogen
  • natural gases
  • methane

Answer: 2

Question. Which of the following is used as a fuel in cars along with petrol?

  • methane
  • ethane
  • ethanol
  • butane

Answer: 3

Question. The major part of biogas is……..

  • hydrogen
  • nitrogen
  • methane
  • carbon dioxide

Answer: ?

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