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The size of an equal-leg length fillet weld shall be based on the length of the largest: a. Isosceles right triangle b. Square c. Right triangle d. Rectangle 2. Milling machine accessories are used to hold milling cutter in the milling machine: a. Spindle-nose tooling b. Milling-machine vise c. Vertical milling attachment d. Milling machine arbors 3. The cheapest and the most abundant engineering materials: a. Steel b. Aluminium c. Cast iron d. Babbitt 4. They are usually the steel or steel casting: a. Mild steel b. Carbon steel c. Firebox steel d. Drop-forge-dies 5. An important accessories of milling machines: a. Milling machine vise b. Cutters c. Ram d. Vertical milling attachment 6. Gears used to transmit power between shafts axis of which intersect: a. Spur gear b. Bevel gear c. Helical gear d. Straight gear 7. An iron has physical properties closely resembling those of mild steel: a. Malleable cast iron b. Malleable iron c. White iron d. Gray iron 8. The space between the adjacent teeth: a. Tooth b. Backlash c. Flank d. Width 9. An iron in which most of the carbon is chemically combined with the iron: a. Cast iron b. Gray iron c. White iron d. Malleable iron 10. A machine used in testing steel generally strike the specimen with an energy from 220 to 265 ft-lb: a. Izod test b. Charpy test
c. Rockwell test d. Test blocks The area in the machine shop whose metal I s being melted to form a new shape is the: a. Foundry area b. Tool and die c. Welding area d. Mass production area Which of the following is not the work of the machinist: a. Reboring b. Overhauling c. Grinding d. Boring The machine which can flatten surface on a horizontal, vertical or angular plane is: a. Drilling machine b. Shaper machine c. Power saw d. Lathe machine Which of the following is not part of a lathe machine: a. Fan b. Carriage c. Headstock d. Tailstock One important skill that operators of machine tools must have an understanding of measurement which demands: a. Speed b. Neatness c. Precision d. Sociability Which of the following metals is non-magnetic? a. Manganese steel b. Cast steel c. Alloy steel d. Cast iron Which tool does not belong to the group? a. Vise grip b. Feeler gage c. Torque wrench d. Adjustable wrench What process does not belong to the group? a. Brazing b. Soldering c. Hardening d. Resistance welding A machinery operation whereby the tool rotates while the feed is stationary: a. Shaping b. Milling c. Turning d. Reaming Which of the following is not a kind of cast iron? a. Gray iron b. White iron c. Malleable iron d. Lead iron
Galvanized iron is a term referring to iron coated with: a. Manganese b. Relieved by x-ray analysis b. One of the following is not common terms relating to the classification of fits: a. One of the following metals which respond to heat treatment: a.21. Pitch circle and base circle are the same b. Manganese c. Sulfurite d. Anvil b. Plug tap c. Shaper machine d. Have line of contact between the teeth c. The internals stresses existing in a welded connection are: a. Carbon c. Bottoming tap 36. Herringbone gears are gears which: a. Fatigue strength b. Torsional strength d. Design = ultimate stress times factor of safety c. Consists of two left handed helical gears 29. May be relieved when the weld is peened c. Hematite c. Working depth includes the clearance c. the design stress and factor of safety are related as follows: a. Ultimate = stress factor of safety divided by design stress d. Brine/salt bath c. Bending strength c. The ability of material or metal to resist being crushed is: a. Rocking strength c. Magnetite 27. Tapping tap b. Strain b. Taper tap d. Which of the following metal is easy to chisel? a. The ability of metals to stand loads without breaking down is: a. Spindle c. Grinding machine 2 . Which of the following is not a strength property of metals? a. Tooth outline are usually involute curves 32. Tungsten 35. Design = ultimate stress divided by factor of safety b. Phosphorous 26. Stainless steel is obtained principally by the use of which alloying element: a. Cast iron b. Steam bath d. Tooth outline are always cycloidal curves d. Medium carbon steel d. Carbon d. Sulphur d. Chromium b. A machine used in shaping metal by means of abrasive wheel or the removal of metals with an abrasive is called: a. Aluminium 34. Do not operate on parallel shafts b. Reaming 37. Tensile b. Phosphorous d. Turning d. Tend to produce end thrust on the shafts d. Shaping c. Bound 33. Torsional strength 40. Strength 28. Which of the following is not a part of a headstock? a. Carbon b. Siderite b. Oil bath b. Alloy steel b. Stainless steel d. Snug c. Backgear 23. is called: a. Fatigue d. Nickel c. Low carbon steel 38. Sulphur 39. Magnesium d. Factor of stress = design stress divided by ultimate stress 30. Stress c. Not relieved when the weld is peened d. Tin b. Zinc c. In general. A machining operation whereby the tool reciprocates and the feed is stationary. Manganese steel c. In the usual spur gearing the: a. Ferrous metals contain a relatively large amount of: a. One of the following is not a tap used for cutting threads in holes: a. Ferrous metals contain a relatively large amount of: a. Wrought iron c. Which of the following is not a classification of iron ore: a. Compressive strength 24. Motor d. Not relieved by heat treatment 31. Water bath 22. Planning b. Elasticity d. Planer machine b. Medium force fit d. Cast iron 25. Tunking b. Power saw c. Which of the following is not used to temper steel? a.
Spindle b. Compressive stress d. 50% b. the ultimate strength in shear as compared to in tension is nearly: a. Kinematic viscosity b. 30 – 35 b. 55. Maximum d. Unit stress b. Half c. Soldering c. Principal stress b. The slenderness ratio is more than 32 Which one is the correct statement about true stressstrain method? 3 . Minimum c. Expansion mandrel b. 35 – 50 c. Hardening d.25 will be equal to: a. Tensile stress c. 25% c. 1. 5/6 c. Motor 44. 6/3 48. Zero b. 3/2 d. it develops: a. Which of the following is not a part of the headstock? a. One-third d. Back gear d. 2 b. Brazing 45. Contraction mandrel d. Gang mandrel 42. a parabola c. Work center 43. 2/3 c. 2 c. The ratio of Bulk modulus to shear modulus for Poisson’s ratio of 0. Slightly smaller than the diameter of rivet shank c. Shear stress Tensile stress of a material is given by: a. The kind of center which is being attached and meshed to the tailstock spindle which is also static while the work is rotating is: a.41. Surface tension c. Bulk modulus c. a sudden break d. When shear force is zero along a section. Strain When a part is constrained to move and heated.5 to 2 mm smaller than the diameter of rivet for rivets of 25 mm and above size d. 1 b. The length is more than 30 times the diameter b. Modulus of rigidity d. the bending moment at that section will be: a. The ratio of volumetric strain/linear strain along any of the three axes will be equal to: a. The stress strain curve for a glass rod during tensile test is: a. Two-third Select the one that has no unit: a. Equal to diameter of rivet shank b. Maximum load during test over area at the time of fracture d. √2 d. Focal center d. 54. 53. Average load during test over original cross-sectional area c. Percentage reduction of area while performing tensile test on cast iron may be of the order of: 51. When a solid cube is subjected to equal normal forces of the same type on all its faces. ¾ 46. 1 d. Bulk modulos d.5 to 2 mm larger than the diameter of the rivet for rivets 25 mm and above size The horsepower that can be transmitted by a shaft 60 mm diameter at 180 rpm with permissible shear stress of 850 kg/cm2 shall be approximately: a. Resistance welding b. 56. Modulus of elasticity For steel. Which of the following is not a kind of mandrel? a. Slenderness ratio is more than 120 c. an irregular curve 49. 52. 0% d. Average load during the test over area at the time fracture The size of hole that is drilled in plates for riveting is: a. 50 – 60 d. 59. Which process does not belong to the group? a. Taper mandrel c. Anvil c. 57. Minimum or maximum 50. Dead center b. The ratio of the average shear to maximum shear stress for a circular section equal to a. Live center c. Maximum load during test over original crosssectional area b. 3/2 b. 58. 60 – 85 A column is called short column when: a. The length is less than 8 times the diameter d. 3 47. 1. a. Same b. a straight line b. 15% The intensity of stress that causes unit strain is known as: a.
The radial pressure and hoop tension for a thick cylinder is: a. True stress is load per unit area (actual) and similarly true strain is determined under actual conditions. From maximum at the center to zero at the circumference b. Resilience d. It is more sensitive to changes in mechanical conditions The total strain energy stored in a body is called: a. Has maximum value at the axis c. Fatigue resistance by over-stressing the metal by successively increasing loadings Two shafts made up of mild steel one having circular cross section and the other being hollow circular with inner diameter half of the outer diameter. There is no such phenomenon like true stress or true strain b. 1 d.000 N/mm2 b. From maximum at the center to minimum at the circumference d. All three are designed for same strength b. Minimum at inner and outer surfaces and maximum in middle d. 64. Shock proof Coaxing increases the: a.000 N/mm2 c. Shear stress to shear strain d. Strength by reversible cycling b. All types of joints Hoop stress refers to a. Double riveted lap joints d. Is uniform throughout b. The ratio of the torque that can be transmitted in two cases given by: a. Economy b. Improved appearance d. Linear stress to longitudinal strain b. Ductility b. 1 Meganewton per square meter is equal to: a. The circular beam is more economical b. The value of shear stress changes is induced in the shaft because of the applied couple that a. Hardness by surface treatment d. Is zero at the axis and linearly increases to a maximum value at the surface of the shaft In laminated spring the strips are provided in different lengths for: a. Modulus of resilience d. 1 N/mm2 70. Maximum at inner and outer surfaces and minimum in middle 73. Transverse loads 75. 2 b. Radial stress d. Mechanical advantage is unity b. Corrosion resistance by spraying c. Key is made weaker c. Stress to strain 69. 100 N/mm2 d. 62. Ties are load carrying members that carry: a. Modulus of rigidity can be defined as the ratio of: a. From minimum at the center to maximum at the circumference 71. Toughness c. Shaft is made weaker 72. Maximum at inner surface and decreases towards outer surface b. Torsional loads b. Compressive stress c. Toughness A material that is capable of absorbing a large quantity of energy before fracture is called: a. 15/16 For a circular shaft subjected to torque the value of shear stress is equal to: a. The square beam is more economical c. Axial compressive load c. key and shaft: a. Lap joint c. 1. Equal distribution stress Select the one for which diamond riveted joint can be adopted: a. Has maximum value at the surface d. then tne correct statement is: a. In the design of pulley. Calculating stresses in thick cylinders b. Mechanical advantage is less than unity 4 . Axial tension loads d. Longitudinal stress 68. Reduction in weight c.000. Resilience b. 63. Prestressing thick cylinders d. Relieving thick cylinders c. 60. Butt joint b. Proof resilience c. c. If the areas of cross sections of square and circular beams are same and both are put to equal bending moment.a. In actual machines: a. Auto frottage is the method of: a. Both the beams are equally strong d. 67. From zero at the center to maximum at the circumference c. Both the beams are equally economical 76. 10. Pulley is made weaker d. 61. Minimum at inner surface and increased towards outer surface c. 65. Increasing life of thick cylinders 74. Stress to volumetric strain c. This method can be used for compression test as well d. Circumferential tensile stress b. 66. 17/16 c.
Mechanical advantage is equal to velocity ratio The essential condition of equilibrium of a body is: a. Tooth gearing mechanism 91. It is very chilly d. None of the above 88. Friction between a solid and a liquid d. A body can have kinetic energy without having momentum c. Lower pair b. Hyperbolic c. A body cannot have any energy without having momentum b. d. Higher pair d. Rolling b. c. d. Friction between two dry surfaces The coefficient of friction is equal to: a. The friction force when the body is just about to move. The algebraic sum of horizontal components of all forces must be zero b. Increase of pressure causes it to melt. It has a smooth surface b. Sliding pair c. 82. All of the above 93. the forces must be: a.77. Thomson indicator mechanism b. 83. When a ship is travelling in sea. Moves towards the axis of rotation b. A man is standing near the edge of a uniformly rotating platform about an axis passing through its center. All of the above Coulomb friction is: a. Circular d. Acting at 180 85. When two forces that act at a point are such that if the direction of one is reversed. Inclined at more than 90 o d. 10 ergs b. Pitching c. c. The algebraic sum of vertical components of all forces must be zero c. c. Proportional to the masses of the bodies b. 79. The limiting force of friction is equal to: a. Slip in belt drive is: a. Ice is slippery when a man walks on it because: a. 81. Loss of power b. Which statement is correct? a. Friction between two bodies having relative motion c. 89. Inversely proportional to the masses of the bodies c. c. It has no friction c. The tangent of the angle between the normal reaction and the resultant of the normal reaction and the limiting friction. The tangent of the angle between the normal reaction and direction of limiting friction. Always equal to the dynamic friction. c. One joule is the same as: 8 a. 107 ergs 6 c. Parabolic 86. Harts straight line mechanism c. b. Clinograph b. 78. Mechanical advantage is less than velocity ratio d. Inclined at less than 90 o c. the direction of the resultant is turned through 90o. Either greater or more than the dynamic friction. Trisquare c. The speed of rotation of the platform will decrease if he: a. The algebraic sum of forces about a point must be zero d. The angle between the normal reaction and the resultant of normal reaction and the limiting friction. b. Equal in magnitude o b. The tangent of the angle of the net resultant force with the direction of motion. d. 10 ergs d. b. Crossby indicator mechanism d. the distance travelled b each will be a: a. The mechanism used to enlarge or reduce moments for reproducing drawings to different scales is called: a. which of the effect is more dangerous? a. Inversely proportional to the square of the masses of the bodies d. Steering d. Jumps out from the platform. d. Ellipse b. The value of friction force that stops the movement of the body. Extend his arms outwards. If the only force acting on two bodies is their mutual interactions and if both bodies start from rest. 84. The curve of a catenary by nature is: a. Select the one that is a higher pair: a. Friction between two electrically charge bodies b. Graphometer d. Directly proportional to the square of the masses of the bodies 87. 105 ergs Static friction is: a. The value of friction force that cannot exceed under a given situation. Accepts a heavy bag from one of its friends standing nearby and hold it in his hand. Cylindrical pair 90. Difference between the angular velocities of two pulleys 5 . 80. Always greater than the dynamic friction. Pantograph 92. Always less than the dynamic friction. A shaft revolving in a bearing forms a: a. The friction force acting on a body when it is in motion. A body in motion will always have kinetic energy more than the potential energy d.
Cross belts depends on the sum of the diameters of pulleys d. None of the above 98.End - 6 . Module can be expressed in: a. Elements of pairs not held together mechanically d. None of the above 100. The pitch point on a cam is: a. Difference between the velocities of two pulleys d. Higher pair c. The point of cam pitch that has the maximum pressure angle c. The direction of rotation of first and last gear is opposite b. The angle subtended at the cam center by the portion of cam during which the follower moves. b. Surface contact between the two elements when in motion c. Close pair 97. d. 99. Any point on pitch curve b. Open pair d. Dimensionless d. In case of flat belt drive the length of belt in: a. 94. Mm/no. Point or line contact between the two elements when in motion b. The first and the last gear are essentially on separate by parallel shafts. The angle of rotation of the cam for a definite displacement of the follower. The cam angle is: a.c. which type of pair? a. Open belts depends on difference of the diameters of the pulleys c. of teeth c. Lower pair b. Angle subtended by live portion of cam at the cam center. The direction of rotation of first and the last gear is the same c. Open belt depends on sum of the diameters of pulleys b. A point at a distance equal to pitch circle radius from the center d. . c. Kinematic pairs are those parts that have: a. A cam with a roller follower would constitute. A reverted gear train is one in which: a. Two elements that allow relative motion 96. The angle subtended by the cam at the cam center when the follower dwells. Mm b. The first and last gear are on the same shaft d. Cross belts depends on the difference of the diameters of the pulleys 95. Difference between the linear speed of the rim of pulley and the belt on it.