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Academy for

Dimensional
Metrology
Classroom Test 1
Metrology Conceptual
Name
Company
Select the right option
1.

Metrology is a
a. Measurement System Analysis & Inspection
b. Science of Measurements
c. Measurement evaluation of environment.
d. Standard Room Activity.

2.

Measurements are carried


a. For Product conformance with its specifications.
b. To find out and Minimise Product Rejections.
c. Because it is a part of our job.
d. Routine Activity.

3.

A Feature means
a. The datum specified by the drawing.
b. Something that we compute.
c. A Geometric object available machined on a component.
d. Imaginary geometrical object derived from a component.

4.

During Measurements, the object & the Instruments have to be


a. Held tight to read correct dimension.
b. Necessarily skew with each-other
c. Necessarily parallel & aligned with each-other.
d. Checked with adequate pressure on the measuring instrument.

5.

Accuracy of a Measuring Instrument is linked with National Standards by..


a. Standardization
b. Equipment Capability (R & R)
c. Traceability
d. Quality Manual & Procedures.

6.

During Measurements with Test Instrument; Precision and Accuracy mean


a. The Same
b. Consistency & Correctness
c. Exactness & Traceability.
d. None of the above.

7.

Hole, Boss, Tapered Bore, Surface and Axis describe..


a. Geometric Elements
b. Features of Elements.
c. Mathematically & logically derived figures.
d. None of the above.

8. Circle, Cylinder, Cone, Plane etc. describe..


a.
b.
c.
d.
9.

Geometric Elements
Features of Elements.
Form Errors.
None of the above.

Select Physical Elements from the list below..


Point
Sphere
Apex of a Cone
Line
Plane
Sphere
Cone
Gauge point
PCD
Cartesian Planes / Axis
Circularity
Circle

Parallelism
Resultant Int. Elements
Cylinder
Flatness

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10. Select Mathematical Elements from the list below..
Point
Sphere
Apex of a Cone
Line
Plane
Sphere
Cone
Gauge point
PCD
Cartesian Planes / Axis
Circularity
Circle

Parallelism
Resultant Int. Elements
Cylinder
Flatness

11. Select Theoretical Elements from the list below..


Point
Sphere
Apex of a Cone
Line
Plane
Sphere
Cone
Gauge point
PCD
Cartesian Planes / Axis
Circularity
Circle

Parallelism
Resultant Int. Elements
Cylinder
Flatness

12. Select Form Errors from the list below..


Point
Sphere
Line
Plane
Cone
Gauge point
Cartesian Planes / Axis
Circularity

Parallelism
Resultant Int. Elements
Cylinder
Flatness

Apex of a Cone
Sphere
PCD
Circle

13. Point Class elements are those whose position in a ref system can be defined by..
a. Directional Cosines
b. X-Y-Z Coordinates of their Centres.
c. Projecting on to suitable theoretical plane.
d. None of the above.
14. Vector Class elements are those whose position in a ref system can be defined by..
a. Directional Cosines
b. X-Y-Z Coordinates of their Centres.
c. Projecting on to suitable theoretical plane.
d. None of the above.
15. For Spatial / Primary Alignment (Orientation) we necessarily have to use
a. Two Point Class Element
b. One Vector Class Element
c. One Vector & One Point Class Elements.
d. One Vector & Two Point Class Elements.
16. For Secondary Alignment (Rotation) we can use
a. One Point Class Element
b. One Vector Class Element
c. One Vector & One Point Class Elements.
d. One Vector & Two Point Class Elements.
17. Cartesian Ref. System consists of
a. Two axes perpendicular to each other.
b. Three axis perpendicular to each other
c. A Radius and an Angle & can be defined by R
d. X, Y & Z machine axis.
18. Polar coordinate System consists of
a. Two axes at an angle of 90 to each other at a fixed Radius.
b. Three axis perpendicular to each other
c. A Radius and an Angle & can be defined by R
d. X, Y & Z machine axis.
19. Cylindrical coordinate System consists of
a. Two Cartesian & One Polar coordinate
b. Two Polar & One Cartesian Coordinate
c. One Cartesian & One Polar Coordinate
d. None of those.
20. Example of a 3D ref system is..
a. Polar Chart
b. X-bar & R Chart
c. Cartesian System & a CMM
d. Radar Screen.

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21. Identify Resultant Elements
Intersection of
Two Non-Parallel Lines in space
Line (Non-Parallel) with a Plane
Line Parallel to a Plane
Two Non-parallel Planes
Three Planes (Orthogonal)
Plane Perpendicular to a Cylinder / Cone
Plane Inclined to a Cylinder / Cone
Line piercing a Cylinder
Plane with a Sphere

Point
Point
Point
Point
Point
Point
Point
Point
Point

Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line
Line

Resultant Element
Circle
Circle
Circle
Circle
Circle
Circle
Circle
Circle
Circle

Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse
Ellipse

None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None

22. Solve following triangle (Using Pythagoras Method) & complete the table.

12.50

21.65

30.500

52.828
8.66

10.00

23. Referring to the table given, answer following


When

Sin (30) = 0.500


Cos (30) = 0.866
Tan (30) = 0.577

C
88.44

86.66
44.00

24. Define Vectors shown in the figure..

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25. Following figure shows 5 holes equally spaced on 100 mm PCD. Calculate & fill in the table for
X & Y Coordinates of each hole.

Hole

#1
#2
#3
#4
#5

26. A cutter of 20 mm follows interpolation path as shown. Calculate centre coordinates of the
cutter for positions mentioned in the figure below.

Cutter
Position

Cutter
Position

#1

#5

#2

#6

#3

#7

#4

#8

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27. Identify the statements are True or False
No.

Statement

True

The Point, where X-Y-Z axes of a CMM are equal to Zero, is called as Machine
Origin

Part and the machine reference systems are the same.

3.

During measurements, it is mandatory to preset Zero as origin.

Origin once preset, can be shifted to anywhere during inspection procedure.

Measurements are more accurate if the Instrument & object are parallel to each
other.

Measurement uncertainties always depend on Human Errors.

Graphs (Rectangular or Polar) and a Radar Screen are examples of 3D


reference system.

CMM makes it possible to create & correlate various reference systems on a


single component.

Geometric feature is the one that we mathematically derive from an Element


available on component.

10

Polar coordinate system consists of an Angle & a Radius.

False

28. Complete the sequence


2

15

80

20

105

405
2655

29. Identify the wrong (Unmatched) one


Turning

Milling

Reaming

Grinding

Drilling

Circle

Plane

Cone

Parallelism

Sphere

Concentricity

Intersection

Parallelism

Flatness

Squareness

30. Explain briefly what responsibilities & qualities that a CMM / Quality person should possess.

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