GATE ME Weightage Analysis for Heat Transfer

By Himanshu Bajpai|Updated : September 14th, 2021

GATE (The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) 2022 Exam is a gateway for qualifying candidates to secure admission for postgraduate programs in centrally funded Indian institutions. This year IIT Kharagpur is the organizing institute for GATE Exam. GATE is a highly competitive entrance exam where lakhs of candidates appear for the examination to crack the exam and hence it requires good tips for GATE preparation.

GATE (The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) 2022 Exam is a gateway for qualifying candidates to secure admission for postgraduate programs in centrally funded Indian institutions. This year IIT Kharagpur is the organizing institute for GATE Exam. GATE is a highly competitive entrance exam where lakhs of candidates appear for the examination to crack the exam and hence it requires good tips for GATE preparation.

Here we are providing the detailed GATE ME weightage analysis for Heat Transfer. GATE ME Exam conducted in various sessions. The following weightage analysis helps you to understand the importance of the subject in the GATE Exam.

Heat Transfer Weightage Analysis 

  • GATE Mechanical Engineering 2021 
  •          Paper 1 Analysis: 6 Marks 
  •          Paper 2 Analysis : 5 Marks 
  • GATE Mechanical Engineering 2020
    • Paper-1 Analysis: 4 Marks
    • Paper-2 Analysis: 5 Marks
  • GATE Mechanical Engineering 2019
    • Paper-1 Analysis: 6 Marks
    • Paper-2 Analysis: 7 Marks
  • GATE Mechanical Engineering 2018
    • Paper-1 Analysis: 2 Marks
    • Paper-2 Analysis: 5 Marks
  • GATE Mechanical Engineering 2017
    • Paper-1 Analysis: 5 Marks
    • Paper-2 Analysis: 6 Marks
  • GATE Mechanical Engineering 2016
    • Paper-1 Analysis: 7 Marks
    • Paper-2 Analysis: 6 Marks
    • Paper-3 Analysis: 7 Marks

Important Topics

  • Topics covered in 2021: Free & Forced Convection, Heat Exchanger, Unsteady State of Conduction, FIns, Conduction, Radiation
  • Topics covered in 2020: Steady & Unsteady State of Conduction, Fins, Heat Exchanger, Radiation, Free & Forced Convection
  • Topics covered in 2019: Boundary layer, Conduction, view factors, natural convection, heat exchangers
  • Topics covered in 2018: Radiation, Heat exchangers, Steady-state Conduction
  • Topics covered in 2017: Heat Exchangers, Conduction, Radiation, Fins, Unsteady state heat conduction
  • Topics covered in 2016: Convection; Heat Exchanger; Radiation Lumped Model

We hope this analysis will be useful to prepare Heat Transfer. You can analyse frequently asked topics in GATE from the given analysis to crack the GATE 2021 Exam.

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