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Subject with Code : M&M (13A03704) Course & Branch: B.Tech - ME
Year & Sem: IV-B.Tech & I-Sem Regulation: R13

1. Every production process involves a combination of three elements viz. men,
machines and ---
A. Materials B. Equipments C.Electrical energy D. Computers [ ]
2. The dimension of the manufactured can thus only be made to lie between two
limits,-- and –
A. Max , Min B. High , Low C. Up , down D. Small , Big [ ]
3. The permissible variation in size or dimension is called------
A. Clearance B. Tolerance C. Allowance D.None [ ]
4. The difference between the upper limit and the lower limit of a dimension
Represents the margin for variation in workmanship, and is called a ---
A. Clearance zone B. Maximum size C. Tolerance zone
D. smart zone [ ]
5. The maximum permissible size is 25.02mm and the minimum permissible
size is 24.98 then tolerance is----
A. 0.01mm B.0.02mm C.0.04mm D.0.03mm [ ]
6. ----system , the dimension of a part is allowed to vary only on one side of the
basic size
A. Unilateral B. Bilateral C.Both unilateral and bilateral d. process [ ]
7. The limits of tolerance lie on either side of the basic size is called ------system
A. Unilateral B .Bilateral C. A&B D.None [ ]
8. ----system, the dimension of the part is allowed to vary on both the sides of the
basic size.
A. Unilateral B .Bilateral C. A&B D.None [ ]
9. The term --- refers not only to diameter of a circular shaft but also to any external
dimension of a component.
A. Hole B. Shaft C. Line D. Deviation [ ]
10. ---is the standard size of a part with reference to which the limits of variation of a size
are determined.
A. Nominal size B. Basic size C. both A and B D.None [ ]
11. ---- is the algebraic difference between the size and the corresponding basic size
A. Tolerance B.Clearance C. allowance D.Deviation [ ]
12. ---is the algebraic difference between the upper limit of size and the corresponding
basic size.
A. Deviation B.Upper deviation C.Lower deviation D.Fundamental [ ]
13. Upper deviation is denoted by --- for hole
A. Es B. es C. ES D. eS [ ]

None [ ] 24. ---fit lies mid way between clearance and interference fit. When the tolerance zone is below the zero line. Zero [ ] 22. Zero [ ] 35. H B. EI B. Ei D. Ei D. upper deviation is the----deviation A. When the tolerance zone is above the zero line. If the basic size is 50mm. ---. Fit C.14. while that of No-Go plug gauge corresponds to the ---limit of hole.may be defined as a degree of tightness or looseness between two mating parts A. Upper deviation is denoted by --. Deviation [ ] 32. ES D. Max D. Open B. Limits B. Nominal B. EI B. the hole is H7 and the shaft is f8 then the fit can be indicated as— A. ---fits are employed for mating parts that my be replaced while overhauling of the machine A. Tolerances D. Go plug gauge should corresponds to the low of hole. Minimum C. Running fit D. Fits C. Maximum B. Upper C. Transition C. Slack running fit [ ] 28. Clearance B.for shaft A.F8h750 D.ei [ ] 16. None [ ] 27. Upper C. tolerance C. Upper deviation – lower deviation=------------------ A. easy slide fit [ ] 29. Lower C. Force fit B. Closed C.Shaft is the shaft whose upper deviation is zero A. Shaft basis [ ] 33. Lower deviation is denoted by ----. Slide fit B. None [ ] 18. Limits B. Clearance B.clearance is the difference between the minimum size of shaft and maximum size of hole A. Tight fit C. 50H7f8 B. Tolerance D. A. Basic C. Nominal the intentional difference between the lower limit of hole and higher limit of the shaft A. Lower D. ---type of fit the minimum permissible diameter of the shaft is larger than the maximum allowable diameter of the hole A. Nominal D. Lower D. Maximum B. lower deviation is the----deviation A. A. A --. Easy slide fit C. eI C. Clearance fit D. Slide fit B. Interference D. -----.type of fit has a very small clearance. ----is the difference between the maximum size of shaft and minimum size of hole A. Interference fit C. Hole basis D. eS [ ] 15. ---. the minimum clearance being zero.None [ ] 34. --. Upper B.for hole A. es C. Small C. Basic hole is that hole whose lower deviation is ----- A. Heavy force fit D. eI C. h D. Interference [ ] 25. Es B.None [ ] 31.S [ ] 23. Clearance B. W C. Min D. The -----system the shaft is kept constant and the sizes of the hole are varied to give various types of fits A. Deviation [ ] 20. --. High B.ei [ ] 17. H7F850 C. None [ ] 26. Fundamental B. Minimum C. Nominal a precision instrument employed to compare the dimension of a given component with a working standard . Shrink fit [ ] 30. Allowance D. Min [ ] 21. Deviation [ ] 19. Lower deviation is denoted by ----. In ----fit shaft is always smaller than the hole A. Basic hole is denoted by a letter------- A. A.for shaft A. Fundamental B. Transition D. Slide fit B.

Wave oscillation C. A -----indicate the actual value of the quantity being measured. frequency modulation [ ] 38. Comparators C. ---comparator is no need of external agency A. Electrical D. Electronics B. Bernoullis B.type of compactors do not require any external agency such as electricity or air A. Vernier [ ] 36. Mechanical [ ] 40.Mechanical [ ] 37. Frequency modulation B. Pascal’s D. A. Comparator B.Gauges [ ] . Limits D. ---. Tool makers D. A. Optical B. The electrical comparator is based on the principle of ---- A. Newton’s C. Measuring instruments B.penumatic C. The pneumatic gauging is based on -----theory A. None [ ] 39.Optical D. Gauge C. Pneumatic C.

Wide edge C. None [ ] 17.01 C. ---bar consists of a steel bar and two rollers.Steel rule C. Square head C. Spring C. Surface D . Non precision instruments example ------------- A. Least count can be calculated by the ratio of the value of minimum division on the main scale to the number of divisions on the ------scale A. A.dimensions by transferring the readings to the steel rule.None [ ] 10. Centre D.Calipers are used for measuring recessed areas.None [ ] 7. Screws pitch [ ] 15. Transfer calipers D. Steel rule D. Transfer calipers D. A. ---. Protractor head D. micrometer D. Callipers B. Iron C. heights and thickness including external and internal measurements. None [ ] 13. Linear D. Auto collimeter C.None [ ] 5.1 D. Which is straight edge------ A.Sine B. Laser beam D.Marble B.Steel rule B. A. ----. ---.1. have truly flat level planes. Odd leg calipers are also called-------------callipers A. All [ ] 12.001 B. A.Minute B.. In spirit level is horizontal. To measure the diameter of a circular part -------is essential that the measurement is made along the largest distance or true diameter. ---. A. Radius [ ] 16. Micrometers B. Wire gauges are used for finding ----of wires by inserting the wire in the notches provided and finding out which it fits.None [ ] 21. Dial gauges C. Bench micrometer D. All [ ] 11. Inside calipers C.point is the highest point of the tube A. A. Angle straight D. A. angle dekkor instruments are generally used for -----. Outside calipers can be used for measuring -----.None [ ] 20. A. distance between shoulders etc. ----plate are massive and highy rigid in design. slip C. If a circle is divided into 360 equal parts each part is called as ---- A. wire D. A. -----gauge is used for measuring internal diameter of holes.measurement applies to measurement of lengths. calipers C.Outside calipers B.method is testing of surface plate A.----.Depth Micrometer B. Micrometers B. Telescopic C. -----is most commonly used in workshop for measuring components of limited accuracy.Planer B.Linear B. Fixed D.None [ ] 19. sine bar. Steel rule D. A. Micrometers with ----mm accuracy available. Vernier bevel protractor.Tool makers B.0.Screw gauge B.odd leg callipers [ ] 8. Inside calipers C.0. A.Outside calipers B.Length B. Angular B. -----.0 [ ] 18. UNIT – II 1.Spirit level B. Combination square consists of---- A.None [ ] .None [ ] 6. Micrometer D. slots and grooves etc. Non [ ] 3. Inside calipers C. Taper C. transfer [ ] 9. A. Peak left edge C. Vernier C. Feeler C. Outside calipers B. Degree D. clinometers.gauge is used to measure/ check the clearance between the two mating parts.Hermaphrodite B.Peak right edge B.Seconds C.0. thickness C. End [ ] 2. Diameter D.All [ ] 14. Angle D.collimeter D.calipers are used for measuring hole diameters. Taper C. Transfer calipers D. diameters. Vernier [ ] 4.measurements A.

Sinebar D. A.True value – Measured value B. ----are generally used to determine the angle included between two adjacent faces of a work piece. Sine bar is fairly reliable for angles less than ----. Precision C. Taper plug gauge is measured with the help of angle ---.Sine bar C. Vernier [ ] 26. Due to difficulty of mounting conical work easily on a conventional sine bar ---are used A.90 D.MKS B.Micrometer B.Slip gauges B. both ‘a’ and ‘b’ D none of the above [ ] 35. Sine bar C. Calibrated rollers methods C. Sensitivity [ ] 36.Clinometer B. Clinometer D. Rollers C.degrees A. Checking the angle of taper plug gauge using rollers. all of the above[ ] 39. The following is a line standard of measurement A. all of the above [ ] 38. ----collimator is used for machine tool adjustment testing or for ay large scale measurement involving A.and angle gauges A.Calibrated levels C. A.SI D. The following is an internationally recognized and accepted unit system A.Slip gagues B.22. dekkor D. The success of precision measurement by slip gauges depends on the phenomenon of --- A. thermodynamic D.Base D.None [ ] 29. sine centre C. surface plate D.FPS C.End bars [ ] 32.Slip gauge C. Opticalsquare B. Error of measurement = A. Trigonometry C.None of the above [ ] 30. ---Gauges are widely used in industries for the quick measurement of angles between two surfaces. Measured value – Precision D. dial indicator [ ] 23. Microptic auto [ ] 24.all of the above [ ] 31.None [ ] 28.45 C. Linear D. micrometers and --- A.Clinometers D. The following method(s) is (are) used to measure the minor diameter of internal threads ATaper //parallels methods B. A. The degree of closeness of the measured value of a certain quantity with its true value is known as A.None [ ] 37. angle [ ] 40. Holders D. Standard D. Auto C.180 [ ] 27.Wringing B. The following is not a method to find effective thread diameter A. The following is not used to measure angles A Bevel protractors B.15 B.Measuring tape B.Sine bar B. Precision – True value C. Digital [ ] . A---. Angle C.Sine table B.Three wire method D.Accuracy B.Two wire method C. Micrometer D. The v-piece method [ ] 34.Measuring jaws B.Thread micrometer B. The principle of operation of a sine bar is based on the laws of ---- A. --. Slip gauge accessories --- A. Vernier C. Sine bar C.Optical flats [ ] 33. Angle dekkor D. Angle gauges a spirit level mounted on a rotary member A. Scribing and centre point C.Micrometer D. Clinometer C.None [ ] 25.Geometry B.Slip gauges B.measuring instruments are capable of measuring the dimensions with a high degree of accuracy.