Automobile Engineering Objective Questions with Answers - Set 15 - ObjectiveBooks

Automobile Engineering Objective Questions with Answers - Set 15

Practice Test: Question Set - 15

1. Cushioning springs in clutch plate reduces
    (A) Vehicle speed
    (B) Torsional vibrations
    (C) Jerky starts
    (D) None of these

2. The specific gravity of Diesel is about
    (A) 0.65
    (B) 0.75
    (C) 0.85
    (D) 0.95

3. The ease with which petrol vaporizes is called its
    (A) Oxidation
    (B) Octane number
    (C) Volatility
    (D) Cetane number

4. Tachometer in a vehicle measures
    (A) Speed
    (B) Distance
    (C) Engine r.p.m.
    (D) Fuel consumption

5. The connecting rod lower end is connected to the relevant ________ of crankshaft.
    (A) Big end
    (B) Crank arm
    (C) Journal
    (D) Small end

6. The brake pedal during ABS operation
    (A) Is pushed upward forcefully
    (B) Pedal stroke becomes longer
    (C) Transmits slight kickback to the driver's foot
    (D) All of the above

7. Odometer is an instrument used for measurement of
    (A) Power
    (B) Fuel consumption
    (C) Engine r.p.m.
    (D) Distance

8. The function of a second ring is that it is a
    (A) Back up compression ring which will work in place of the top ring when it is broken
    (B) Compression ring and aids the top ring in sealing and cooling
    (C) Back up oil control ring which will work in place of the bottom ring when it is broken
    (D) Cushion ring which prevents piston slap and knock

9. The advantage of having a tandem master cylinder arrangement in automobiles is that it
    (A) Enhances safety by serving two independent lines in a divided line brake circuit
    (B) Enhances safety by activating the brakes using vacuum pressure in the event of brake fluid loss
    (C) Supplies equal fluid pressure to each line of a divided line brake circuit, thereby preventing the brakes from dragging on one side
    (D) Boosts the brake fluid pressure to reduce the force required to depress the brake pedal

10. The two rows of cylinders in a 'V' type engine are generally arranged at
    (A) 45°
    (B) 60°
    (C) 90°
    (D) 130°

11. The basic part of the engine, to which the other engine parts are attached or assembled is the
    (A) Cylinder head
    (B) Crankshaft
    (C) Cylinder block
    (D) Oil pan

12. The function of a connecting rod is
    (A) To turn the flywheel
    (B) To drive the drive plate
    (C) To drive the fuel pump
    (D) To transmit motion of the piston to the crankshaft

13. The seat belt tensioners are built in the
    (A) Front seats
    (B) Shoulder anchors
    (C) Seat belt retractors
    (D) Seat belt buckles

14. When indicated power (I.P.) and frictional power (F.P.) are known, we can calculate
    (A) Brake power
    (B) Compression ratio
    (C) Specific air consumption
    (D) Mean effective pressure

15. The number of exhaust manifolds in a V6 engine is
    (A) One
    (B) Two
    (C) Four
    (D) Eight

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