Manufacturing Process MCQ - Set 11

Practice Test: Question Set - 11


1. The rake angle of a single point cutting tool corresponds to _________ of a twist drill.
    (A) Lip clearance angle
    (B) Helix angle
    (C) Point angle
    (D) Chisel edge angle

2. A better machinable metal is one which gives
    (A) Lower chip-tool contact area and larger shear angle
    (B) Higher chip-tool contact area and smaller shear angle
    (C) Lower chip-tool contact area and smaller shear angle
    (D) Higher chip-tool contact area and larger shear angle

3. The advantage of a broaching operation is that
    (A) Rate of production is very high
    (B) High accuracy and high class of surface finish is possible
    (C) Roughing and finishing cuts are completed in one pass of the tool
    (D) All of the above

4. Trepanning is an operation of
    (A) Making a cone-shaped enlargement of the end of a hole
    (B) Smoothing and squaring the surface around a hole
    (C) Sizing and finishing a small diameter hole
    (D) Producing a hole by removing metal along the circumference of a hollow cutting tool

5. The silicon carbide abrasive is chiefly used for grinding
    (A) Cemented carbide
    (B) Ceramic
    (C) Cast iron
    (D) All of these

6. The grinding operation is a
    (A) Shaping operation
    (B) Forming operation
    (C) Surface finishing operation
    (D) Dressing operation

7. The lathe centres are provided with standard taper known as
    (A) Morse taper
    (B) Seller's taper
    (C) Chapman taper
    (D) Brown and Sharpe taper

8. Grinding wheels should be tested for balance
    (A) Only at the time of manufacture
    (B) Before starting the grinding operation
    (C) At the end of grinding operation
    (D) Occasionally

9. Which of the following process is used for preparing parts having large curved surfaces and thin sections?
    (A) Hot machining
    (B) Ultrasonic machining
    (C) ECM process
    (D) Chemical milling

10. In machining metal, cutting force at the cutting edge is measured by a
    (A) Wattmeter
    (B) Dynamometer
    (C) Hydrometer
    (D) Pyrometer

11. For turning internal tapers, the suitable method is
    (A) By a form tool
    (B) By setting over the tail stock
    (C) By a taper turning attachment
    (D) By swiveling the compound rest

12. The chuck preferred for quick setting and accurate centering of a job is
    (A) Four jaw independent chuck
    (B) Collect chuck
    (C) Three jaw universal chuck
    (D) Magnetic chuck

13. Which of the following operations can be performed with milling cutters?
    (A) Cutting key ways on shafts
    (B) Cutting external screw threads
    (C) Cutting teeth of spur gears
    (D) All of these

14. In plunge grinding
    (A) The work is reciprocated as the wheel feeds to produce cylinders longer than the width of wheel face
    (B) The work rotates in a fixed position as the wheel feeds to produce cylinders equal to or shorter than the width of wheel face
    (C) The work is reciprocated as the wheel feeds to produce cylinders shorter than the width of wheel face
    (D) The work rotates in a fixed position as the wheel feeds to produce cylinders longer than the width of wheel face

15. In grinding irregular, curved, tapered, convex and concave surfaces, the grinder used is
    (A) Cylindrical grinder
    (B) Internal grinder
    (C) Surface grinder
    (D) Tool and cutter grinder

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