Riveted Joints Objective Questions and Answers - Set 02 - ObjectiveBooks

Riveted Joints Objective Questions and Answers - Set 02

Practice Test: Question Set - 02

1. A double fillet welded joint with parallel fillet welds of length l and leg h is subjected to a tensile force of P. The tensile stress in weld is given by,
    (A) √2P/hl
    (B) P/2hl
    (C) P/√2hl
    (D) 2P/hl

2. A rivet head used in boilers and pressure vessels is
    (A) Snap head
    (B) Countersunk head
    (C) Flat head
    (D) Half countersunk head

3. The objective of caulking and fullering is to make the riveted joint,
    (A) Free from residual stresses
    (B) Leak proof
    (C) Strong
    (D) Permanent

4. Which of the double-strap butt joint used in boiler shell has highest efficiency?
    (A) Single-riveted
    (B) Double-riveted
    (C) Triple-riveted
    (D) Quadruple-riveted

5. In automobile-body work, the type of welding generally used is
    (A) Gas welding
    (B) Electric arc welding
    (C) Electric resistance welding
    (D) Thermit welding

6. In fillet welded joint, the throat of weld as compared to the size of weld is
    (A) About 0.5 times
    (B) About 0.707 times
    (C) About same size
    (D) About √2 times

7. The distance between the center of one rivet and the center of adjacent rivet in the same row is called
    (A) Pitch
    (B) Margin
    (C) Transverse pitch
    (D) Diagonal pitch

8. The cross-section of a standard fillet weld is a triangle with base angles of
    (A) 45° and 45°
    (B) 60° and 30°
    (C) 50° and 40°
    (D) 20° and 70°

9. For a parallel load on fillet weld of equal legs, the plane of maximum shear occurs at
    (A) 22.5°
    (B) 45°
    (C) 30°
    (D) 60°

10. A lap joint is always subjected to
    (A) Bending moment
    (B) Torsional moment
    (C) Tensile force
    (D) Compressive force

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