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I.E.S. (OBJ ) 2005
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING J

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PAPERII
The or remo' mg the burrs or nash
frorn n forged compoaent in. drop forging
is called:
a Swaging
b. Performing
c. Trimming
d. Fenling
Which of the foiiO\\ing marerinls is used in
the manulacture of e,,tmsion no7..zles'l
a. Grey cast ron
b Malleable cast iron
c. While cast
d. Nodular cast iron
Match List t !Alloy) with List II (Ma.ror
Constituent) and select the correct answer
usillg c.ode given below L1st
LJsl l
A. Babbill
B. lnvar
C. Gw1 Metal
D. Duraluruin
List n
I. Nickel
2. Tin and lead
3. Aluminum
-t Copper
A B
n.
b.
C,
d.
2
2
3
4
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c D
3
2
3
2
Consider tbe loiJowmg statements nbour
medium carbon steel :
lJ can be quench-hardened but not
case-hardened
2 It cannot be quench-hardened but
casehardening can be done.
3. It exhibits distinct yield point under
tension test
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Wh1ch of the roUo" mg suuemenrs g veJI
abo,e are corre(;t?
a. I and 2
b. 2 and 3
c, I and3
d. I. 2 and 3
The eutectoid of carbon in Iron. above
lower c.rit icnl temperature. when rooted,
results in:
a. Ferrite and austenite
b. Ferrite and Cementite
c. Cementite and austenite
d. Ferrite. Cementite and austenite
Constder the following suttements sbonl
FCC and HCP crystal stmcture.
I Both hove same coordination mtmber
and ntonuc packing fmctiot
2. Bolh represent closeh packed crystal
structure
3 Both structures are generated
stak-ing of close packed planes on top
of one another. but only tlte stuckmg
sequence is different.
Which of the statements sven above are
correct'!
a. I and 2
b. 2 and 3
c. 1,2and3
d. l and 3
Tltcnnoplastic materials cannot be
produced by
a, Injection modeling process
b. Ex1ruson process
c. Blo" molding process
d. Both (a) and (b) abol'e
increases of rerri phase in steel incmases.
a.
b. Hardness
c. Ductility
d.
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Liolt I (Steel) with Ll$1 11
(Application) and select correct nns\\er
using the c:<ldc given bclu\\ the liots:
List r
A. Mild $teel
B. Tool steel
C. High carbon steel
D, Mediwu carbon steel
List 11
L B>ll bcruing
2. Cold ci.Usels
3. Shaft nd nxles
4. Rolled s teel sections

b.
c.
d.
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i\o$totupil1ing is <:mployoo to oblllitt:
'" too. martens tic stt'Uot.urc
b. bnintlic sU1lClW'I!
c. Stl"1o mar1en.s tic aud 50'' n bain itic

d. too .. pcnrlitic soucturc
II. In M pmblom ha ving n
fcilitks and n jobs. wbnl tho number of
posible way of making assignntetits?
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U.. 1\ I
b. 1\ l
c, 2o
d. t'
A (i(l I 'plain carbon hs.
approxiowtely;
" 15 I) of pear :..nd 25h, of fen
1
ite
b. . or pearlite and 75% of feroite
c. 75o ni' Cemenlite and 25% of ferrite
d. 75'\o of nnd of Cementite
Mntch l.ist I (.\lloy1ng Element) wit'h List
II ( Ulfect on steel) net select the coiTecl
:mswtT usiug u,e code give-n below
Lists:
List I
A. \ 'a.nadlum
B. Molybdenum
('. Silicon
l), Chromium
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List n
L. lnere.>JSC.. strength
2c Improves properti<. ..
3. lncn:ascs .hnrdncM
4. lm:reases ratistanc..:: to
temper3lune ox:idJtiou
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2 1 3 4
b. I :. 2 4
c. 2 I 3
d. 2 -1 3
The B.C.C. ond H.C.I'. met. Is
pl;ostk del'onnalion by:
3 . Slip
b. Twinning
c. Edge dislocation
ltig.h
ttndergo
d. Twinning in oomhrnotion with slip.
If a , and E denote Ore c.rusltiug stn:ss rutd
\'Quug, for Ute material r)(
colunm. then lite Euler fonnul cn be
applied for determination of cropping load
of a column made of this material only, if
its rntio i!':
a. rvtore than 11
b. Leu thllll ;rJE I a
c.
More lhon l: J
d.
( E '
Loss than ;r' -;; J
Benm A is simply at its ends
and c.>rries udl of intensity w over its
<ntirc 11 is modt of st.ccl l1nvin,g
Youug's modulus E. Dcmn B is cnn.tilcvcr
:tnd carries udl of intensil)' \\ 14 over ib<
entire k11gtb, II is m>rlc r)f' hrs. having
Young's modulus E/'L TI1e two b<,.tn.s =
of samu lengOt ltavc same cross-
seclJOnal If t;r., ond a , tJ,e
maximum bending stresses dtn'eloped in
beams A and li. respectively. then which
one following is 'cotTect?
-a. a ;. ' a!-=- 0
h. 0' , ' a,< 1.0
c. a -. a, LO
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d. rr.l cr olcpc:ud.cm I he h:ope of
scction
Consider the following L'Itements:
1. Coriolis acc.:loraliou in " slou.:d
oucchanil!m is alwsys perpcndicub1 Ia
lhe direction of the slolled bar.
2. ln n 41ink noeohmism. the
inst3ntaneou. centre of rotation of the
input link and output link lie
on a slr.Jighllinu long couplor.
Wbidt ofthe statements !liven nbove islar"

n. J only
b. 2only
c. Botb land 2
d. Neither I nvr 2
18. W)oicb 11f the i'oJinwong or

' involved in tho wirec<Jruwin


operation?
., Tcn$ilc only
b. Comprcssivo ool'y
c. A combination of and
compressive stresses
d. A combination of tensile . .:.om1wt8sivc
nd >lrcss<:J<
19. l\lntch List I (Type offorging) wiUt List D
(0pmtion) and sel<>cl tlte correct nnswer
U..ing. the elide givt::n below the L.isL<:
Lit .I
A. Drop Forging
B. Pre"' Forging
C. Upset Forging
D. RoU Forsing.
List D
L Me1.31 is grip1>ed in tlu: dies aud
l>l"eS$UI'c b ltpplicd on lbo healed etld.
2. Squo:c1.ing action
3. MeL'II is t>loced betwe.:n roUer. and
pushed
4. Repealed ltammt'f blows
A B c D

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c. 4 2
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complete phase nnd
lme grain is obt:tined in casting.
forging and rolled l>at'l< by:
a. RecryL,II isotion annealing
b. NonMiizing
c. Spheroidislng
d. :\ustenising
)ybtoh LiSt I 11 ilh List II and sclecl the,
COn'eCI onswer using the ccJ<Ie given below
the I.isk
J.lst l
A. Transportation Prol>lem
H. Asignmenl Problent
C. Dynami<> Problem
D. PERT
l.hlli
I. C1ilical Path
2. Swg.oCoach
3. Vogel's Approximate l\l<thotl
4. Hungarian Method
A B
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D
a. 1 J
4
b. 3 4 2 J
c. 2 3
d. 3 I 2 4
A tie fOI' leaving vori>bles m
procedure itn11lie:

Optimnlity
b. Cycling
c.
d. l)egcneracy
simple
A c<>ntrol clwt is Cllt:oblished wi(h limil$ o
2 trr\11'11 for Ullc in monitoring
&:tniJlles of siz.e n "' 20. Assume the
proc..--ss 10 be in control. What. is the
likelihood ul n sample mcao follins
outside the conlful lintils?
a. 97.7o
b. 95.5o
c.
d. 2-'"
24. Which of the following M< needed the
lnput data for materiJ>a requlremenl

I. Weekly pi'Oduction schedule
2. Bill of material
3. Supplier lead time
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-1. Mnrkot forecast
Select tl1c cvrrect rutswer usitlg
given betow:
a. 1.2and3
b. 1,3 and 4
c. I and -1
d. I ,2.3 nnd 4
25. In ABC analysis. A item require:
3. No safety stock
b. Low safety stock
c. Moderdtt! safety stock
d. HJgb safety stock
26. The critical path of a network is d1e patl1
tltat
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28.
a. Takes Ute shonest lime
b. Takes the longest time
c. Has lhe minimum variance
d. Has the ma.,imum variance
In a engineotlng pmject, for an
activity the optimistic time 2 minutes,
the most likely time is 5 minutes and the
pessimistic rime is 8 minutes. What is the
expectt>d time of !he activity?
a. I minutes
b. 5 minul..:s
c. 8 minutes
d. IS mfnu1es
What nre the key runctions of 3 mnster
schedule?
1. To generate matdrinl and capacity
requirements
2. To maintain valid priorities
3. An ei'rective ut ilization
4. Planning the q!JJlnlity and Liming nf
output over lbc intermediate lime
horizons
Select the correct answer using the codo
given below:
a. l.,2and3
h. 2,3
c. 1.3 and4
d. 1,2 and 4
29. Match List I (An Element of Jigs and
Fixhtres) with List II (Associating system)
and selecf the correct answer using the
code giveu below Lists:
List 1
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32.
111 Il l
1\. Bush
B, Setting block
C. Diamond pin
D. V-block
List II
I. Mill ing thmre
2. nuning fLxture
3. Radial location
4. Cyllndrical locatiott
5. Drill jigs
A l.l c D
a. 5 4 J I
b. 3 I :! 4
c. 5 3 4
d. 3 4 2 I
Which one of following forecasting
techniques is most suitable for making
long rnnge
a. Time series analysis
b. Regression analysis
c. Expunential smoothing
d. Mru-ket Surveys
111e rating life or a group of apparently
ident icaJ ball bearings is defined as the
number of revolutions or exceeded before
the first e'idence of fatigue crack by:
a. I of the bearings of !he group
b. 95% bearings ofthegn>up
c. 90% of !he bearings or !he group
d. 66.66% of the bearings of the gmur
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l'ig.ure gJven above sh<>ws a spring-mass
syslcm 1vhcrc the mass m is lixed in
between two springs of stiff nesses S, and
S
2
. What is 1he equivalent spring stiffness?
a. s,-s,
b. s, +s,
(.'.
SJ +S:
s,s,
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The ubove ligure shows n cam with a
circular profile. rolm[ng with a unifonn
angular vclocit)' of w md!s. What is the
nalure or displacement of the follower'/
a. Unilonn
h. Parabolic
c. Simpl<' hannook
d. Cydoidal
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In the iigure given ubove. the link 2 rotates
81 an tutgular velocity of 2 radis. What is
the nu,gniludc: 01
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Coriolis accclc.rmiou
""' flllril'11ted by tho llnk
a. 0
b. 1).8 mls'
c. (),24 m/s
2
d. 0.32
Which one of the followi ng govemors is
used to drive a gramophone?
a. Wall govcnwr
b. Porter goveroor
c. Pickering governor
d. Hrlrtnell governor
A Jlookss Joinl ls used to connect two:
a, Coplanar and non-parallel shaHs
h. Non-coplanar and non-parallel $hufls
c. Coplruw and parnlld sbuiis
d. Non-coplanar and parallel shafts
A circular section rod ABC is li..xed 01 ends
A nnd C. II is subj.,cteu ln torqtlc 'I at B.
AB = 8(' = I nnd lhe polar moment of
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inertia of pon.ious AD and BC are :2 J and J
respective!>. I r 0 is the moduJus ur
rigidity, what is angle of twist m poUu
!3?
a.
3GJ
b.
1'L
l(i,j
1L
c.
G.J
d.
2TL
--
GJ
Consider the loiiPwing statements:
I. 'I he degree or freedom for lower
kinematic pairs always equal to one.
:2. A baU-rutd-socket joint has 3 degrees
of freedom and is a higl1er kinematic
pair
3. Oldh.am's coupling mechanism has
two prismatic pai'ls and two revolute
pairs.
Which of the statements given above is/are
conect?
u. I. 2 and 3
b. 1 only
c. 1 and 3
d. 3 only
Consider the fOI h'Wing
I. The effect of gyroscop1c couple on n
car while negotiating a curve is lhlll ils
outer wheels tend to get lifted from the
ground.
2. rf spin vector is rotated about the
prt'CeSsion ' 'ector axis In a direclion
opr:tOSite to that of precession through
90, new position of the ;pin vector
indicmes the dil'Cclion ol' the torque
vector.
Which of the. following statements given
above is/are correct'/
a. I only
b. 2 only
o. BoU1 I and 2
d. Neither I nor l
In Kinematic chain. a qu,.temary joint is
equivalent to:
a. One binary joint
b. Two binary joints
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c. Three binary joiniS
ct. Four binary joints
41. A single cylinder. lour-moke I.C. engine
rulntinll al 900 rpm flus a cnuak length of
SO mm nnd a connecting od length of 200
nun. if lhe effective reclpocaring mass of
the- engine i:;; 1.2 kg, what is the
appro><imate mal!Jlihadc of the maximum
shaking force' creatod the cngine1
42.
'1:3.
4-1.
a. 533 N
b. 666N
c. 133 N
<l None of lhc ubiwc
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The crank of a slider-crank punch1ng p1ess
hns a 1MSS momNll of inutia of I kgm2.
The above figure shows the torque demand
JlC' revolut iual for a puncbing opera lion. If
the speed of the crank is found lo drop
from JO rad!s to radfs during punching
whnt is the maximum lorqne demand
dllring tile punching operation?
a. 95.4 Nrn
b. 104.7Nm
c. 4 77.2 Nm
d. 523.8 Nm
In the ligure shown ahove, if I he speed of
the iuput shaft of the spur gear train is
2400 rpm and the speed of I he outrul shaft
is I 00 rpm, whal is the of rhe gear
4'1
a. 1.2
b, lA
c. 2
d. 2.5
Spira I gears are used tn
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I> ,,f II
a. Two pamllel shnJrs
b. Two intersecl ing_shafts
c. 1\vo non-parallel nnrl non-interseNing
shafts
d. None oflhe above
consider the followiug saarernents for a 4
cylinder inline whose cranks are
arranged ot regular intervals of90 :
1. llaere are 8 possible firing orders fon
lht
'2. Primary force will remain unbalanced
for some firiug orders.
Which of iJae stntcments given above is/are
COITeo.t?
a, I Ollly
b. 2 only
c. Bolh 1 ;uad 1
d. Nellher I nor 2
Consider the following shuements
concern ing centrifugal governors:
l. Tite slope of the controlliug fooce
curve lx\ lhan uf lht
straight line repn.-senting die
cenol'ipral ft>r<:ll al l.he s1>eetl
considered for rhe stability of a
governor.
2. lsochronisms for a centrifugal
governor can be achieved only at lhe
expense of stability.
3. When sleeve of a centrifugal govcruor
reaches its topmost position. rhe engine
should develop maximum power.
Which of 1hc slaiCnaents given above is/arc
c<)rrect'!
n. I and 2
b. 2 am13
c. 2 only
d. 3 only
Which of !he fol lowing me lnclurlerl in the
li11ishing Qperatious for porous bearing?
I. lnliltnujou
2.
3. Heat treatment
4. Coining
Selecl the correct culswer using the code
giveu below:
a. I and 2
b. 2 and J
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2 and 4
d. I and+
In gatil1g design. whiCh oue of tl1o
following is the conect sequence in which
choke ;rr.:a. pouring time, pounng basin
and prue sizes c"lculted?
11. Choke orca Pouring time - P,uring
basin Sprue
h. Pourillj1 - Sp>'llc - C11t1kc area -
Pourillg lime
c. Choke = Spme Pourjng basm -
.Pc;mring lime
t.l. P<>uriJJg hosin - Pouring time - Chukc
area - Sprue
('ons iderthe fi>llowing
I. lJJ gn welding, tl1c Iorch lwuld be
helil ol n bngle of 30 10 451) frorn the
luwl:wntal plane.
2. In welding. the 11f the. torch
upon lhe tl1ickne3 of metal to
be formed.
' D.-.g in goo ouUing is tl1e tltna
difference between heating of the r "''"
and the oxygen gas for cutting.
Whicb of the Sllllemenls given above are
correct'!
a. I. 2 and 3
11. I and 2
c.. 2 and 3
d. I ond S
\Vlucb of the foUowing are tho major
<!haracteriS iics (lfsubmergd are welding?
l. 1-tigh welding speed
2. HiglLdcpositioo rot<>J.
3. Low pcnu-tratiotL
4. Low cloonfutess.
Select Ule correct answer us ing Ute eod"
given below:
a. 24ud3
b. L 2 md 3
c. 3 nnll 4
d. I and 2
Sl. Tn ittomic hydrogen welding, hyllrogen

" A h""ting agent
b. ! )ne of the gases to generate the On me
c. An etfectlve shielding gas protecting
the weUI
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d. .\ lubriCMI 10 increase the floW
characteristics of\\ehl met I
Hm crack occur in lhe weld and fi1sion
zone' as tho metal Which of the
following arc the for hoi crncks?
I. l'"'sencc 11f and in
U1c ba$c metal
2. High c.1rhon or alloy <:()ntonl of the
hMc meta l
3. Moisture in tho joint or declt'l><lc
4. luiut rosuail>l
Scl<>et the corrcd un11wc-r using the code
given below:
11. l, 2 am! 4
b. l. 2and 3
e. 3 and 4
d. I. 2 3 and 4
Which one of the following stalements ls
correct'!
In up-milling opcr:ttion. the uoperfo1mod
chip Uuc.kne.-._
a. Is z<!ro ttl the >lnrl of <Ul ond
increases to a mJximum -value jus-t
before lhe looth disengoges the wnrk
piece.
h. Increase to the nlaximuan value at the
centre of tl1e tro vcl untl d--==es
tb ond of tooth ongngentenL
c.. llis 3 nta.:Omum juslafte.r Lbe cut
r slnrted and drops lo zero ol UJe end
of the CUI.
d l<em11ln,
Comider the following sl3lemenls m
especl of grinding'/
1. The pitch of the gn1 cu11 ing L;
larger U1.1n Ule pitch of Ute mllling

2 Tb" culling nnglcs of the grits have a
random gC<Jmctry.
3. The siLt: of tho chip out:< is Wt')' moll
for grinding.
Which, of UJe slolcmcnts g ivt:n abovo ore
COO'CCt'>
a. I and 2
b. 2 lUld 3

I and 3
d. l. 2 and 3
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Consider the following statemcms : An
In the. coball content in the
straight carbide grades of carbide tools
I. Increases the hardness.
2. D<.>creascs the"
3. Increases the trnnsvcrsc rupture
strength
-1. Lowers I he trnnsverse noplure strength
Which of the statements given ahove are
correct?
a. I and 3
b. 2 and -1
c. I and -1
d. land 3
Which one of the f<J IIowing is the correct
value of the natural frequency (ru,)of the
system gi,,en above?
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c.
Jm
d.
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I r th.,. surfrtce of a comp<ll1enl is heavi ly
stressed while the stresses in the core are
of comparaHve small magnitude, wluch
one of following heat
method is employed?
a. Anneallng
b. Tempering
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59.
60.
61.
K u( 16
c. Quenching
d. Case hardening
The tolerancre specified by the designer for
the diameter <f n shan is 20,00 0.025
mm. The shafts produced by three
difterem of 19.99 mm. 20.00 mm and
:!0.0 L mm respectively, whh 5arnc
standard deviarion. Whnl will he the
percemage rejection for the shafts
prod1Jct'<i by machines A. B anti C1
;1, Same f()r the machine"s A. B aut! C
Since the standnrd deviation is same lor
the three machines
b. Least foo mach[ne A
c. Least for machine B
d. Least for mnchlne C
Consider the following statements:
J. Calli Iron hus pr1or abil ity. to d11mp
vibrations.
2. Cast Iron has higher compressive
strength compared to that of steel.
J. Cast Iron parts are suitable where
pcnnancnl deformation is preferred
over fracture.
Which of I he statements given ubove is/are
correc11
a. 1.2andJ
b. I andJ
c. 3 only
d. 2 only
The initial cnntenls of an array A are:
A= [17861514050Jl
What would be the cont.ent> of lhe. nrroy A
a11er executi ng the following segment of
the FORTRAN code?
DOJ5 .1 = I. T. l
TEMP=A(.I)
A(J) = A(J t 1)
A(J'"" I ) = TEM f'
35 CONTINUE.
a. A [7 2 8 6 14 15 5()() 3]
b. (S 6 2 7 0 50 15 14 3]
c. A [8 6 15 14 0 5() 3 7 2]
d. A= [023678 14l550]
Match List I (Illegal Statement) with L..is1
II (Re<tSOn) ancl select the correct
using the code .given below:
List I
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B . .READ.(A(lJ), 1,8)
C'. IF (2. GE. D) TilEN B=O
D. IF (A BlGK(CID)TlffiNTOT= 100
List U
I. Mismatched parenthesis
2 IJ1valid operator
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ll le&l subscript
4. Mi.matched daL1 type
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d o din''. l, j.
What wcould be the printed output th<>
progrnm gjvc-11 ubovc is CM!Cultd'l
'' 475686
b 465686
c. 466686
d. 57)686
Consider tho fOllowing pieco of code
def'ming function
,XYZ:
Lnt X' YZ ( inl x)
{
lf (x-
Else
Rc:tum :X'YZ ( -x):
I
Which one of the IOIIO"'inll Wt<.mcnts ;,
cmrcct?
n. 11oc func.tion XYZ is
i.nconcct.
h. noc lim.:tiun .:\T Z run lbrcvco' fur
l'Hime vo1ueti of iL"i prlrtuneter x.
c. The I'Uncliou X'YZ computes the
absolute n lue of x.
64.
65.
67.
., ol 16
d. 111e funetion .lfYZ count the number
of binary digits in the number.
C'orulder the following of
prO!!J11m:
lnt j = 1.)( " 4


Who! is lhe linn! v:tlue nf x?
" 11
b. 12
e. l3
d.
A.sst>J'Iiun (A): C'arhurizins is done on
uou-fcorou olloys to U.Crcas<: tbe sUif 3cc
hardness.
(R) : Pr..,ipiloliou bJmlcning uf
nonefeiTOLJ.li. aUovs i-nvolves solution he.1t
lr.,atment follo,ved by p-ecipit.1lioo heol
t= lin"" l
a, BoUt A nd R al'e individually true and
R is lhe corrccl uxpl>uatiou of A
b. Both A nnd R ""' ludlviduall) ltW but
R is not the corrcctcxpLUUltion of A
c. A is tru" bui R is false
d. A is fal!; but R is lnle
A.>ls..rfi on (A): Lt atuibute control of
qoolity by sampling. the snmple size has to
he larger than variable control.
Ronson (R): \ ' nrinbh:: arc goncmlly
conlinuou. and allributas have few
discrete levels.
a. Bolh 1\ and R .,.e iudividually I rue and
R is lb<: WI'T'<:Cl uxpbnatiou of A
b. Both A ond R are u1dividuallv uue bul
R is uottlte ooorcot of A
c. A i true but R is fol.sc
d. A is false but R is tnu:
As.'>ertiun (A): Value llnalysis is 511peo;or
to other conventional cost rcdu..:.tion
lt ohniqvcs.
R t'liSOII (R): in couvcntionol cost
reduction led mique bands
a, Both A and Rare indiyiduoUy true and
R is the correct e:<pbnation of A
b. Bolh A and Rare individuolly true
R is not the eooTecl explanat ion of A
c. A i true but R is false
d. A i fiolse hut R is true
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Assertion (A): Hole b;>Si!; S)'$li!m h
gener3IIY preferred to shall basis ln
tOier.mc<: <fcigJI f<>l' selling the
fits.
ReaStm (R:): hole hu" tc1 be given larger
bonclthn the motingshnlt
" Doth . \ noul R lire it\dividuJ!IJ)' tnac nnd
R the corrcct explonnl<ion of A
h Both A and Rare individually but
R not the correct c:xplnnatiton or A
c, A is tnoe hut R t':tl<e
tl, A is fole but R is true
tA): elective oontaul annngc
liJne more et,<iciency,
Ro:asnu (R): ABr onlllyis is un
P:lreto distihution
" Rl)lh A and R nre inclividully ,\nd
R the cnn'llct of A
h. 13Qih A and Rare i)ldividually true hut
R IS not the CQI'I'I:OlC.'qllanation or 1\
c. t\ is true but R [$ rat;e
d. A IS ratS<: but R is true
Assertion (A): tips are generally
given negativ" rake anglo.
R""""" tR): oJrhide tips a1-e made tbnn
very hard mnleaio ls.
11. Both A ;md Rare iudividonlly true nud
R is the corNet <>xpi:IJllltion of A
b. Both A :ond Rare individunUy true but
R os not the cocrect <:!<planation or A
c. A is true but R i.s fat. e
d. A is fn t.e but R is true
Assenion (A): Th" "riliCJ!I speed of ou
clastic hafi clculntod by the Rnyleight's
method ;, higher thnn the actual critical
speed.
(R): The higher critical speed ls
due to higher damping ratio
n. Botb A and Rare individually true nnd
R is tlt<: con'Cct cxplniiJition of A
b. Botlt A and R nrc individually true but
R IS not the corNet e>:plllnation of A
A is bul R is full.:
(L A i.s fa but R is true
.-\s,..rtion (A): Tapered roller beJ!rhogs
must ti!.ed in duly worm gear
speed
n.
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15.
76.
10 "' tr.
(R): Tapered roller benringll are
suitable for large radial {l.S well AA axial
load.
a. Both A and R arc true and
Rio the correct t:xplnnntion of A
b. Doth A and Ran: ittdividually hue but
R is nQt U1c C<UTcc.t cxplnnotion of A
c. A i> true but R is false
d. A is r:alllc lfut R is true
\Vhid1 ono or the tollowin.g can
cumpWiely bolnnce cvol'lll masses
I'CVolving ln difl'erena nn Shnft'?
:a. , \ lfll!.<S in one cor IJoo pJnn01 of
The revulving m:lSSt:S
b. 1' insle mass in :any unc pl:me
c. TwQ iu nny 1wo
d. Two equal masses in zmy htio planes
Which one of following <ttP"'""cs the
sensitiveness of a governor?
ii.
x ;l l\r!
2K,N,
h
N, N,
2N,N,
c.
2( N
1
1 A,)
2N, - N,
d.
2( N,- "'' )
2N, I Nl
(Where N
1
J-llixlnwm <"Juilibrium spdt!d
N2" l\1lnunum cquilibl'iwn speed)
lJ' tlae wtalrudial belwtel! two
cyl.inders fonning compound cylindr. L<
S and modulus of the matcrinl.s
of the cylinders i a then the inlerti:ace
pressure developed a the interface bet" een
two cytJndo.:s of r.ft<: same matcril nod
somo length is:
a. DiJcctly pmportionul of EI&
b. Inversely proportional o)f JV<i
c. Directly proportional of E/8
d. Inversely proportionnl ofB'o
Power 6Crc>WS .,.., U<Cd to ri'Oduce
uniform,. slow nnd p(HH1rtltl motlon 511ch
as required in pr.:ssc.. jockl> and othc:T
mncbinel')' : V' tlucnds "'"' u.ually out
ud for thi applic:otion due In lcm
el'liciency, '!11is is
3 . Profile IS >..ero
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c. Profile angle is
tl There is dlniculty iu manufacturing the
proillc
Consider the following
penatning to me basic Lewis- equation for
lhe strength. design of spur g.:nr teut.h
I pair of lcct.h panicipatcs 111
power tronsmission at an)' in<Ullll.
2. Til" tOOlh is l1111Sidcred -as a <1tnlilever
beam of uuifonn ; lronglh:
3. Loading on 1hc teeth is stmlc In nruure.
I Lewi> r\j<lalion mkes into acl'llllnl
inaccuracies oflhc IMih pmfrk
5 LeWis equation mkes mto account the
inaccuracies Mll>e 1oo1h profile.
Which of Slnlcments given alxlvc arc
corrccl"l
a. I. 3. -l and 5
h. I, 1. 3 nnd 4
c. 1, 2andJ
d. 2. 4 and 5
Match List I (TYIJC nf Gear" Gear Train)
with List II (Diffe.rent Usage and D1ive)
and sekct the correct answer using the
code given below Ute Lists:
Lis l I
1\. Epicyclic gear train
B Gear
C. Wonn-worrn <..ear
D. Herringbone Gear
List 11
I Reduces end lhrust
2. 1-. ow gear rnt10
3 Drives nno-parull"l
shafts
'l')'ailersecrig
4. Dnves non-parallel intersecnng shafts
5 High gear ralin
A 13 c D
n, 5 4 3 l
b 3 4 5
c. 5 3 4 I
d. 1 4 3 5
Whm is 1he main of
hydrody,tmnic hearing ov.:r roller bearing?
a. Easy 10 assemble
h Relative[) I<IW pncc
80
82.
83
ll ufl b
c. Sup;:rior load carrying al
higher speeds
d. Less frictional resistance
I I' the lc>ad 011 1 ball benriltg is h31Vcd. iu;
life:
a l{emains unchanged
b lncro:nscs two lllncs
c. lncril8Scs four times
d, I ncrcases c1ght lnm:s
A square of side d/4 1o be fmed on a
shaJ\ of diameter d and in the hub or a
pulley. if rhc materiul kc)' <U>d shaft
Is same und two ttre Ul be elJUally
Slfong in shcnr. whnt is the length of lht
kcyj"
trd
a.
-
2
b.
ltrd
--
3
3:rd
l', --
4
d
4;rd
--
5
f iiOUC

Two plates 310 joined logethcr by mcuus <.>t'
single transverse :md double pumll<l lilk1
welds ns slumn in figure given abow. If
the si7..C. of fillcl i' 5 mm nnd allownhlc
shear lood per mm is JOO N, whot is the
approximate length or each parallel filler!
3, 1.50 11101
b. 200mm
c. 250 mm
cL Jl)() mm
Whm is 1hc :.afe tensile loud for a
M36 x 4(' bolt of' mild sleet having yield
;u.:ss of 280 MPa and a tat'lor of safety
1.5?
a .. 285 kN
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b. 1.90kN
142.5 kN
d. 95 kN
Autofrt:lllle i; a moU\nd ,,(:
a. Joining thick cylinders
b. Reli.:ving stresse. from thick cylinders
c. lhtck cyUndoo;
d. Increasing. the lite of thick cylinde"'
Cortider the following tatemenlli in
respect of wonn gear; :
I. They re used for very high speed

2.. 1 he velocity r<ttio does not depend on
ltclix angk of worm.
3. '1 he axes uf " OL'tD and tl""' 3l'o
gcn<.-raUy pcrpeudicuJar
intersectin.g
Whicb of rho sl1t<:monls given abO\'<l " "
correct'/
n. 1 and 2
b. 1 o.nd 3
"- 2 nod 3
u. 1. 2 nod 3
A ltoUow sluft of tltc o;uno
area ond tllJIIerial as tltat uf a solid shalL
h-ansmif.s;
n__. Sarne torque
b. Lesser tontuc
c. More tor'tjuc
cl Connot be pn:dictccl will10u1 rllt>n: dalJ
[n sliding conJact bcormgs. Jl(lsitiYt'
l'fOSSUfC Cllll be buill up and A ln.td
upported by" Huid only by tho use of a:
Divc:r_giog tilm
b. Convor'gin!,<divcrging J'ilm
c.
tl T
1
1nl 111m
If E, G and K rlcnctte Young's nmdulus.
l\ lodulu. of rigidity nnd Bull... Motlul.''"
resp<."Ctively lo r o rnn(crivl, then
which <me of the rui iO\Ying c:m he p<ISSi hl y
true:?
"- G : 2K
11.
c. K : E
t1
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
11 of 16
At o poi.nl m two-dimcn.slonal slt<:ss
o x. = 10() Ntmm', o
1
:- t ,y -:- 40
Whnl is the mdius of the i\lohr
cin>h:fo dr.>wn Sll.:!le of:
l em '" 10


a, 3 em
h. 4 ern
c. 5cm
d. 6cm
TI1e point of contr"tltX:Ilre L"' :a point
when::
:t. Shead(>rce changes sign
b. Bonding momenl changes sign
c, She-ar force, is m:ximum
d. Bonding monumt i!J maximum
Consid.:r tltc follo\1 ing
I. Forglntt rodu"es the grain siz" of t11e
mcbll which results ln .a decn:asc [n
trenglh nnd toughness.
2. Porged components cnn prodded
with thin section. without reducing
Ute slt1:ugth.
Which of Ute sltemenls given 'above
is/oro
a. Only I
b. Only 2
c. Both I ond 2
d. Neither I nor 2
Conidcr lhe following slatementsr
1. Strength of stool incroasct w-ith cnrbon
content.
2. Young's Modulus of steol increase.
with carbon content.
3. Young 's 1\ lodulus of steel rema in
uuchauged wllh variation of
content_
Which of stalem<:nt;, giv"'' isiJ'e
correct?
a. l only
b. 2 only
c. I and 2
d. l11nd 3
A hollow pressure ' 'essel suhject to

Consider the folio" ing
I. Rodi41 st ress f<t lnnc::r rndius is always
2.Cf(J.
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1. !Wdinl slrest ut outer radius ;, 4l\\Y8
zero.
3. The Lmgentinl is higher
thnn other
4. The umgential stress is n I ways lower
than uther hes'-'""
Which of the statements given ohol't: arc
corrcc1?
a. I Arltl 3
h. I 4
"' 2 ;md3
(!, 2 and 4-
Wbich of the following pirs cotrectly
motched7
(Designation of !Description)
Steel/Cost iron)
L F"e g 250 ; Minimum ten$ile lnmgtb
of250 :-lmm'
2. 40 C ll : Percerttage of Mongaoese is
0.7"o- 0.9t
3. FG 201 : Grey cast iron with
s lr<:ngtltof200 f\.'/ nun
2
Ute correct ans\1 er u.ing Ute (:()da
given
o. I ond 2.
b. 2 nod 3
c. I 3nd 3
d I 2 ond 3
the tollmving
1. Endtunnce u-ength of comptment i.s
not ft<>cted hy su<face linish and
uotcb 8ensitivity otlhe mal<:rial.
l. For tcnous mat..-ials lik.o $tetl S-K
curve booomC!I asymptotic at to
cyolos.
Which of the statements gi\en above Ware
correct
1
!
a. I only
b. 2only
.:. Both laml2
d. Noilbor l nor 2
At s.oction of beam. shear fqrot; l$ F
with zero BM. The cros.-ooction is squar.:
with a. Po!nt A on neutr.ll
ltnd point B is rnid way bct\<een neutral
AXi; and top ctlge, i.e. nl di.stnncc n/-1 bt1vc
the o>.-ls. If <A ood ' -"' denote shc.-u:
97.
98.
l 3 t>f 16
at points A and B, then whot is the
Qf , _.! t o?
a, 0
h. J/.1
c. -1./3
d. None of .above
If the area of cross-section of cir..,ulnr
section henan i four tunes. keeping
the loads, le'18lh suppnn condition ttnd
material of the ht:um unchanged, tl1cn the
q\ltllities ().,ist I) wiU change through
different foctors (List nl. l\btch the List I
with the Lisr IT ond select tho correct
nwcr using the code l)ctvcn hdow the
Lists:
r
A. Mllimum Bt-l
B. Dell ec.ti on
<'. (;lending Stres.
D. Section
Listli
I. s
1. I

V8
4. Vt 6
A B

,
b. 2 4
c. 3 4
d. '2
c
2
3
2
3
D
4
4
f\fonnal stn:sws of oqu:U magnitude p. bot
of opposite act at o point of
stmined nlateria I in fl"rpendicul:ar
dueclion .. \Vh:at is Uae 01aguitudo of the
Nsultaul noounl s tress on n pl:mc inclined
at 45 l:o the applied .. 'l

b. p/2
"' p/4
d. Zero
99. A solid uniform metal b3r ol' dinmc'tcr D
and hmgth L is lunging vcrtic:.1 lly from its
upper end olong:alion of the h:or due In
self weight is:
Propotional to and inversely
proportional to o'
b. Proportional to

Md invell.lely
to 0 2
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c Proportlontd of L bur lndcpenucnr ofD
d. ProportiOnal of L' but indc.J)Cndcm of
0
Wbat is the total m1gle of twist uf llre
s1epped shaft subjec.t to torque T shown In
figure givtn abo1e?
167'
a --'-
JrGd'
38T.
b
__ ,_
rrGd'
64T
c.
__ ,_
rrGd'
d.
667;
rrGd'
101. lor a poWer transmission shall
transmitting power f' a.t N rpm, irs
dianre1cr IS proportional ro:
it.

b.
(: )"'
c

d

I 02. Mntch List I (Type of Ocarings) with List
I I ( I YJlC of Load) nnd select the corrccl
answer using the code given below the
LISts :
l.ist I
A. Deep groove bearing
13. Tapered benri11g
C. Self aligmng bdng
ll, I hrnst bcnnng
LISt II
I Radial lmrd
2 Radial and axial load
3 Malnly ruuial
mlsalignmem

Mainly axial load
A B
a 2
b. J
c. I
d 3 2
load
c
3
I
3
ll ur J (>
with 5haft
D
4
2
2
4
I 03. ln single server queuiug model if arrival
rare is ;, nnd rate is then whnr is
the probability of the S}'Sil111 bdng idle'!
3. 1J11
b. lt!h
c. 1- )Jil
d.
I ()4 Which l)f lhlluwing are correct iu
Fl!SJlt'Cl of graphically solved lincUJ
programming
1. 'rhe rogion or tbu:;iblc solution
eoneaviry property.
2. The bou.ndurics of lhc region nrc lines
or plnncs.
3. The1c are corners or extreme J)(>ints 1111
bmrndm-y
Select the correct nnswer usmg the code
below:
a. I mrd 2
b. 2and3
c. 1 and 3
d. I. 2 and 3
I 05. List (Production C'omrol
f-unction) with List II (Explnnation) und
select the correct answer using the code
given below tl1e Lists:
List I
A. Bill ofMaleriuls (BOM)
B. C'upucity Rcsuurw Plunmng tC'Rf')
C. Material Planning \MRP)
D. MIIS{J)r Production Schedule <Ml'St
List II
I A technique for dcrcrmining the
quantity and ltmil!!l (If dependent
demand nums
2. A techn iquc for dotcrnrining personnel
and capacities needed lo
meet the productilln objective
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3. Specifics end items are to bo
produced and whon
4. 'llie part numher< & qunntlly required
per asscrrihlr
A ll l' D
4 1 2
b. 3 2 4
c.. .j 2 1 3
d. 3 2 4-
106. If the aJ'J'ivls arc compktely r>nuom. thcu
whot is \he probability da bi bution <>f
number of arrivals In a given time1
a, N'ej!ati \'e e.-<ponential
b. Binomial
c. N'omul
d. PoiS!ou
107. LISt [ (Activity) wiU1 List ll
(1'cchnique) and select tlu> correcl answer
u<ing tl. 1e code gi"eo below the Lisu :


List I
A Line Balancing
B. P1'0duot Dwolopmcut
C. For=sting
D, Quality Conll'tll
LISLU
I. Value Analysis
2. E;,cponential smllulhrng
3. Control chart
-1. Selective control
S. Rank po.fillon motA'\
A B C
..
b.
c.
d
2
5
2
s
4
2
l
2
D
For pmduct, Ote forecar li>r l.he month of
was 501) uniL. !'Ito< acluol demn11d
turned out to be unilll What ;. tl1c
forec-ast for tlte monlh of February using
e.'<ponentiaJ smoothing method with a
smoorhlng eodliciont 0. l'l
:L 455
b. 495
c.. SIXI
d. 545
Which one of Lite followi.ng mel.hods can
be used for f orecasting when a dettuond
IS <>I 16
pattern is consistently increing or

a. Regre.slo" analy.is
b. Moving overogc
c. V Jril\nce unlllym
d. Wcigbt<ld moving
110. J\blcb L;_..ll (hlatclting Proces) wiU1 L.isl
U (Applic:otion) and select l.he correct
mWer the COlle !!iVcn bdOW th e
Lis!$:
Ill.
112.
113.

A. !.10M
H. LBM
C. OSM
D. EC!II
List II
L Holes & cavities !Jt lur<l & !11 ittlc
matldrinl.s
2. Micro-d1illlug & mic1'0wdding of
materialrt
3. Shapin_g of hard mclll ls or rcshapin,g. of
cemenl<ld cahide tool
4. Shaping of cemented carbine dies and
punche:;
A B l' 0
a.
b.
c.
d.
-1
3
4
3
I
2
I
2
I
l
2 4
ln helical tniiUug. tho rnliu of the.
circumlerence oJ the gear blnnk ln lhe l"nd
of the lteli the;
" Proper peed to ulle
h. Prclper feed nnd depth of cnl required
c. Angle KCU.ing of OJc. mncltinc luble
d. Gear ruliQ f or table <''"' aod dividing
"""d
Which one of Otc following processes
produce. a c:o ting when pressure f'l)rces
Ute 1110llen metal into the nwuld cavity7
a '""uldlng
b. lnvestmenl casting
c. Die C:li'ting
d.. Continuous cnsting
COtlllidcr Ute l:otcmcllts!
l. In nrc welding, 65
9
o to 75% ltQat [s
genernred nl the nnodc.
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1. Dulv in CDsc of ore welding is the
cycie of welding of worlo.
picc tlom the l>e&inning.
3. Arc hlh\1 is mnre common ll'ith DC
welding.
Which of U1c stnl(.'fl>cnrs gi\cn all("' " are
cvrrcct'?
n.. l, 2 :t_nd 3
h. I And 2
"- 2 end 3
d. I 3Jld 3
114. Magnetic formin!l is an example of:
a, Cold limning
b. Hot forming
a. friglu:n<:rgy rate fom1ing
d. RoU forming
115. Which OIIC of the foUowing is d1c
expression for the 5 mach
inability oon,<lrult'l
a. 2<j> +y - a
b. 2<j) - y' Q.
e.
d.
IWh<Te -1> = shc3J' (JJl gle, r = tii"rion 11nglc
& a.= angle)
IU1 1\lotcb List I (Tool) with Usl n t Element
of Tool) and $elect the correct answer
using. the code given below Ut<: Liils:
List I
A, Broaclt
H. Re.1mer
(', Drill
D. Col'bioe inen fu"e rr1ill
List n
I. Tung
2. Pilot
3. 'Fl'OIIt lllfltr
Bond
5. Sweeper tooth
.\ B

2 5
b. I 3
c. 2 3
d. s
c
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D
4 5
I 5
4 3
ll>ut I!!
117. The ratio 2 : 8 : l'or copper in
gatin@ system d""igu refers to the rotio of
areas of:
a. Spmc : Runner : Ingotc
b. Runner : Ingale : Sprue
c. Rmlner : Spruc : Ingte
d. Jugale : RUilller : Spn1e
In shell nmuldins, holY can the shell
tlickness be accuratelr ln>iutaiocd'l
a. By cnnlrolling the tim( during which
the pnttoru is in contocl witl1 mould
b. B)' conlrolliug U1<: Lime during wl1icb
the p>llo'lll is healed
u. By lllliinfllining tl temperature of the
pa!lcm in !Ito ronge of 175C 3goc
d. By U1o lypu of bintlw used
J 19. Which one of thu following is the> mo;L
signifiCJJnl property lo be considered in the
selection of material for the n>anuJa<Olure
of locullng pins and drill jig bues used In
Jig.s and fL'tlures?
a. Wear resistance
b. Elasti<:ity
c. Shear strengU1
d. '!'ensile s!J'<lngtl
12H. Which nf !he tb llnwing is/are "' h1w
wearing (ool mat"!'iol{s) in cleclriCl
dis.,brgc mchining2
. COilPCT uml brus
b. Aluminium and gr11piute
u. Silv.,. and copper tun.gt.en
d. C>st ir"n