Competitive Exam Questions Automation System - Set 10 - ObjectiveBooks

Competitive Exam Questions Automation System - Set 10

Practice Test: Question Set - 10

1. A pick-and-place manipulator is:
    (A) The most flexible of all robots
    (B) An intelligent robot
    (C) Capable of point-to-point operation
    (D) Primarily used for large parts handling

2. The use of specialized workstations:
    (A) Provides limited growth potentials for 3-D
    (B) Reduces the host computer workload and allows more users
    (C) Reduces the host computer workload
    (D) None of the above

3. If the transient response of a system is overdamped:
    (A) The value of the output exceeds the value of the input at times during the transient period
    (B) The value of the output never exceeds the value of the input during the transient period
    (C) The value of the output never stabilizes
    (D) None of the above

4. The first industrial robot for commercial uses was installed in a Japanese plant at Toyota Automatic Loom Company, the parent company of the Toyota Automobile Group. When did this robot go into operation?
    (A) June 1965
    (B) November 1966
    (C) December 1967
    (D) April 1970

5. Which item best describes a CAM technology?
    (A) Numerical control
    (B) Drafting
    (C) Documentation
    (D) Geometric modeling

6. The formula for memory capacity is:
    (A) MC = N/2
    (B) MC = 2/N
    (C) MC = N squared
    (D) MC -2 to the Nth power

7. Speech recognition:
    (A) Will never be used in industrial controls
    (B) Is already widely used in industrial controls
    (C) Will be used in more applications as the technology matures
    (D) None of the above

8. The difference between a high-technology and a medium-technology robot is the:
    (A) Speed of movement
    (B) Range of motion of the robot
    (C) Accuracy of the robot
    (D) Complexity of the task it can perform

9. The SKETCHPAD system
    (A) Consisted of an cathode-ray oscilloscope driven by a Lincoln Tx2 computer where by graphical information was displayed on the screen
    (B) Is used for interactive Graphics
    (C) Is expensive because it is sophisticated and make demands on the power and resources of the computer
    (D) All of the above

10. The computer graphics system called SKETCHPAD was demonstrated at
    (A) Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1963
    (B) Imperial college of Science and Technology, London, 1973
    (C) University of Aston, Birmingham, 1960
    (D) Cranfield Institute of Technology, London, 1962

11. An operational amplifier:
    (A) Can be used to subtract two or more signals
    (B) Can be used to sum two or more signals
    (C) Uses the principle of feedback
    (D) All of the above

12. Sensors:
    (A) Are easily developed
    (B) Probably will not improve over the next decade
    (C) Are not important in automation
    (D) Will be much smarter and more sophisticated in the future

13. The axis of movement of a robot may include:
    (A) Wrist rotation
    (B) X-Y coordinate motion
    (C) Elbow rotation
    (D) All of the above

14. The method of solid modeling that defines the topology of faces, edges, and vertics, as well as data that defines the surface in which each face lies is called:
    (A) Constructive solid geometry
    (B) Layering
    (C) Boundary representation
    (D) Isometric

15. A program language:
    (A) Defines the form of the instruction
    (B) Is always machine dependent
    (C) Is never machine dependent
    (D) All of the above

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