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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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PAPER-II
Machme tool manufacturers prefer
Ci!St-!ron grudc 40 lor producmg mnchina
columns tmd tables becnuse giC) cast-iron
is
I. Hea'y
2. cnstahlc
3. rrasil) \\cldublc
Having gl><ll.l damping cnpncity
Select the con.:cr answer using the codes
g1veo below :
a. I nnd2
h 2 and 4
c. I and 3
d. ;md 4
Which one of the following mcchnnisms is
employed for indc>ing of turret in an
automatic lathe ?
a. Wnii\\Onh
b. Rack and pinion
c. Ratchet and pawl
1,1, Geneva w111:d
y
0
s 2S3S X
While p;lrt proa;ramming in C C
machines. tl1c itJ.pm or dimensional
information ltll' tltc tool putl1 vru1 be
Tn the absolute co-ordfnate ;ystem or in
mcrcmcnwl .:ystcm. 111c nbovo
tigure shows the route 111 be followetl by
Lbe tool from !Ito C. i.e_ () - A- B- C If
incremcnwl coordinate system is used, tlte
co-ordin3tes of ea(IJ poim A. B and Cur<
a. A : X 5.0, Y I 0.0
5.
0.
U : X 20.0. Y 5.0
C; X 10.0, Y- IO.Il
b. A ; X 5.0. Y 10.0
U; X 2S.Y 15.0
C : X 35.Y 5.0
c. A : X 10.0, Y 5.0
0 : X 15.0, Y25.0
(' ; X 5,0. Y 35.0
d. A : X 10.0. Y 5.0
B: X :i.O.Y 20.U
C : X 10.0. Y 10.0
Standard tlmc ts
a. Norntaltittle -t Alluwances
b. (Nonnollimc x Rating)+ Allowances
(
Nonnal time ) All
c. + ownnces
Rating
d. Normal time + (A llowancts x Rating)
Which one of Lbc followlns Is not a
te<>hniquc of J'redetennined Mution Time
Systems'/
a. Work lictor system
MTM
c. Synthetic data
Stopwatch time study
An operations consultam lor an automatic
car wosh wishes 10 plnn for enough
capac1ty of stalls to hnndlc 60 cars pc.r
hour. Each c.ur will have n wash time of 3
mioutcs, hut Lbcre is to be a 20%
allowance for set-up tunc. tUld
payment transactions. Ho" many car wash
stalls should be installed ?
a, J
b 4
0 . 5
d. 6
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7. Which one ofthc following types oflyout
is used for the manufucture ol' hugo

n- Product layout
h. .Process lnymn
c. Fi.xed pos ition layout
d. Combinntiun lllyout
8. A fumiture company o; maiot;unmg a
work force which i::ln produco
3000 l:llblcs. I"'' qunrtcr. The- arumnl
dcmnnd is 12000 nnits and is di.tributed
se.1Sonally in accordance with tl1e quar1erly
W(kXCI; Q, 0.80, Q1 - L40, Ql 1.00
md Q, 0.80. Inventories >ro
accumulnted when demand is less tl>nn lho
.:apncit) and are used UJl durin_g periods of
slr<>ng demand to th<> tolnl dcmAJtd.
l'o take inlo nccount .nnv derruand
the inventories on hand :,t the beginning or
ll uo'St 11narter sb.ould be at least
.. ()
b. (,()()
c. 1200
d. 2400
9. I 'he span of control to the
;1. Tot:& I :.unount of <:<>ntml which c>n be
exercised hy Ill<! supervisn
h. 'l otal number of persons which "-'POI1
to an-y one supervisor
c. Delegation of nuthn5ty hy the
to his
d n elegMion <>f by lhe
gupervisnr tn hi
HI. Mntoh l.ist I (Trend/Delilct) wilh l.&St II
(C'h;or1 ) anti select the. answer ;
List l
A. Trend
B. Dilop... >rsion
C. Nnmber of tlet'ects
D. Number of defective!>
List II
J. ROtart
2. C-Chart
3. X -Chart
4. np-Chnrl
5. u-<"lwrt
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5 3 2 4
b. 3 4 l
c. 3 2 4
d. 3 A 5 2
I 1. Which one of ll1e Jbllowing st&temcnts i..
correct ?
a. Time 1cries ann.lysi!- kchniquo of
forecasting i nsed for v"'Y long range
forecasting
b. techniques ore osed for
lrmg. ronge fore.c.1stin!! and
quantitatiVe tcd &n iqucs, ft r short ;ond
medium r:mgc
"' Coefficient of uorrclation is
in .:llc of time technique
d. !Vfarkct SUIV<OY ami Delpl1i todoniques
nre used f or !lbort r:mge
12. ln the olutiun M lin""" pogrnnuning
problems by Simplex- method, for deciding
the leaving variahle
a. nt rnoxim um negative C4effi cienl In
lhc obj,d ive 1\mction 1'011 is elect<>d
b. l be minimum ratio of l11e
nsht lulnd <ide to the lirst deci>oon
"arlable is selected
c. Tbe maximum posit-ive r-..tio of the
righthwd ide to "oefficienl> in
tho key column is sele<!lcd
d. The tninirnum positive nslit} ul' the
tilllll bond Mi de U) U1e C(lCJiicicnt iu the
k;y lumn i .elected
Consider JbUowing .\tatemcnts on
lmnsportation problem :
1. !J> \ O!!cl's appro"imntioo method,
prtority llotment is made in lhe cell
witb lowest cost itt column or row
with le.1t pC1lillty.
2. The toonh-Wcst o:omcr method
e-nsures f:&Slc:r optimAl solutioo.
3. If the total demand is higher tl111n the
supply. trampo&tatiou problem c:umot
by solved
4. .\ f""siblc Solution W3)' nol bQ <ID
optimal solntlon.
Which of thO!!.: ar" com:ct ?
a. I und 4
b. I nod 3
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c. 2 and 3
d. 2and4
At a self-service store. a c.ash1er can serve
I 0 customers in 5 minutes On an
15 mslomers m'nvu every 10 mmutes If
the arrivals are ns per Poisson distribution
and sorvic"'i as per C"J>Ouential
distrobution. pmbal>iiJty that the cashier
be idle IS
b. 0. 75
c 11.25
d 0
ABC analysos in materials management is
a method of classifying the mvemones
based on
a. The value of annual losage of the itums
b l::couonuc order qu:mtoty
" Volume of material consumpt ion
d Quantity of muterials used
Consoder thc following steps wh1ch arc
onvolved on construc1ing a f11nctoon
!UJalys1s syst em technoque of value
engm.ecrmg.
Fortd the crinc.alpath
2. Pmparc a fwoction wot.ksheet
3 LlSllng or fWlCLIOns
4 Diagram Layout
Which of the followmg &>ivcs the. COIT<'Ct
:;equence of steps'/
a. 1 3. 2.4
b. 2. 1,3.4
c 4" 2, 3, 1
d J . 2, -1, I
Consodeo: the followong St-dtements 111
respect of double sam piing piau
I Average number of poeces onspected is
doul>lc that of sutglc srunplu:og,
2 Avcr'l,e number of poeces inspecttd
less than that for smglo sampling
3 Decis1on It' accept or reject the lot is
-1aken only after the inspection of both
sample,;
De-cision to accept m reject thu lot is
reached somuumcs after one sample
and sometimes after two samples
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Which of thew statements fll'e cooTect "
a. l. :!nndJ
b 2 and4
c. I and 4
d. 2 and 3
The vanauce of the complerioo tune for a
Jl fOj <Ct os the sum of varoaoces of
s. All aCLtvory limes
b Non-L'I'lbcal activity times
c. Critoeal actwity
d Acuvoty Lulles of fit'St and last
activo nos ot' the project
The earliest tune of the compleuon of the
last event1n the above network m weeks ts
a. -I I
b. 42.
c 43
d 4G
The oudoroct cost or a plant ts Rs. 4,00.000
per year 'The dof'C(;t cost is Rs 20 per
product If the average revenue per product
Is Rs. 60. the break-even point is
a. I OOOQ products
b. 20000 products
c. 4 0000 products
d. 60000 products
Whoch one of the followong staLenlems
correctly defmes tbc torm dlspatchiug ' 7
a. Mamrnomng tho record of time of
Starnng and complellon of each
operation
b. l11e appraosal and evaluation of human
work m terms of tune
c. 'raktng all such steps whoch are meaut
ro !Teet and ompleont'Tlt the
progrnmmes of production according
ro plans
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c.L Moving the work after con,plcUon to
the next process or machine on the
route
In compmer application, if a direct
dialogue is carried on between contputer
and user. it is referred to as
a. Real-time application
b. Dccisiou application
c. Batch processing application
d. Interfacing
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lu the above flow charL if rite ' 'nlul!s of
input ure, A z 6-1 and B : 3; the value of
Dis
a. 1
b. 30
c. 32
d. 60
Which one of the followi ng statements is
not correct '!
a. Every C-luuguage progrumme contajos
a runction .. Main,
b. In symbol ln C-lnnguag.e tells the
computer programme to print a
line
c. In a C-language programme. there is
no need to declare the variable lypes
o. In C-lnnguage the text enclosed in (
aod "t is a comment
For deleting n record from a dBasc Ill plus
file. the command(s) given is/are
a. delete
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b. delete followed by pack
c. delete I'OIIowcd by done
<1. delete folltlwccl by modify
t:on;idcr the following rduted
lu computer tt pplications in mechanical
engineering :
1. Co:>mputer can solw any that
is impossible 10 be solved by
conventional calculation methods.
2. The optimization techn iqoes involving
numerical coJculstious can be essily
employed using computers,
.l. The speed of calculations in computers
depends on speed of input-output
devices
4. The central processor unit maittly co-
ordinates rhe functions of various pans
of the computer system.
Which ofihese smt"el11Cil[S is/are correct?
a. I. 2. 3and 4
b. 2. 3 aod 4
c. J only
d. 2 only
Assertion (1\1 : Slider-crunk chain i5 an
inversion of the fottr-bar mechanism_
Reason (Rl: Slider-cnmkchnin often finds
applications in mosr of tl>e reciprocating
mach incry.
a. ll<lth 1\ and R an.: lndividmtlly true and
R is tho correct c.xplanati<m <JI' A
b. lloth A and Rare. individually true but
R is not the correct explanlltion 11f 1\
c. A is true but R is lhlse
d. A false but R is true
Asscnion (A): 111c nla.ximum cfl'iciency
(
'7 = J
i tslll
of a screw jack is sante, whero ljt is the
frict ion Mglc. for both mol ion up and
mot ion down the plane.
Reason (R) : The condition for che maxi
muu\ efticieucy for 1110tiou up nnd motiOn
down tho plano is SHIM, given by ct = :
f. where a: = helix nngle.
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,,, Both A und R ru:e individually tnoc and
R is the correct e;q>lamllion of A
h. Both A nnd R nrc individually lr11e bUl
R is not the con-eel explanation of A
c. A i.tn1o but R is fnle
tL A is fnlso but R is true
A$sertion (A) ; A Wi><>tlruff key is .m
eusi ly adjuslublc key.
Woodruff )(J:y
-:accommodaks itsdf to :my lapor in l.hu-
hnb or boo of lhe mling pie<: e.
a.. Both A and R are individually true ond
K 1s the correct explaootion of A
b. Both A oml R nrc individually true uul
R no the correct <:><plnati(>n "r 1\
A lrtte but R 1 fale
d. A is but R i true
Ass<'Tlitln (A) ln Cllsc of frictihn <!lutehos.
uniform went the-ory should b<> consid,.cd
for power tr.msmission C-illcubhon rather
llan the 11nifonn the<)fy.
(R) 11u> unifonn prcNil'l: tlteory
gives o hiehor frictian torque than lh"
unifon11 \liC3r
n, Both A andR OJ'e mdivoduolly tnoe
R is the con"'CI CXJIUtllllUOn of A
h. Both A nd Rare individually lrne hut
R is noLihe correct ;:xplanation of A
c. A is truo but R i falso;
d. A is fa lse but is true
Assoortion V\) . 1n simply s upported
oenm subj.,.,led to concenlroted load I' nl
ohid-span. the elatic curve slope beccmes
ztlt> wder lb .. lund.
Reason (R): delkction of lh<> b""m l
mu:-.unUul .:tl ruid ..
u. B<Jlh ... and R nre individu3.1ly lrud and
R is Ute com:ct of A
1>. Both A oud Rare individually lrue hut
R is 11ot tlu: coorecl <:.'<ploMtion of A
.:. A is tnw but K is f-alse
d. A is folse hUl R is true
t\siertfon (/\) ; llnli:ke in the of ionic
bonds. the co-ordination number. for
cOVlllonl ly bonded atDmo ""'not conlrullod
by tbc radii nlliu.
( R) . A coVltlent bond tuu
specific direction orb<otding in space.
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35.
36.
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a. Both i\ and R m-e indivitlually true and
R is the corred of A
b. Both A and R are mdivi(lu" true boll
R IS not the co1Tecl expianalion of A
c. A is true bnl R i f.1IS<:
d. ;\ is fnlse but R i> true
A.bsertiw1 (A) : rile il)' of steel'
impn1vcs by adding ulpltor lo i1bl.1in 8<>
called J'n:e M:ochining Steels'.
. Sulphur in Sleel forms man
gancse sulphide inch,.ion which helps to
produce thin ibhon like continuous chip.
a, Both A and R ore individuolly tru" 311d
R is the correcl of A
b. Roth A :on<l R .re indiviclu,.lly truc hut
R is IIO!lht cnm:ctcxplnati<m of;\
c. A tnte hul R os
d. A is false bui R ;, true
(A) : WI\ lei' jet mchin ing ll'CS
high pressure nnd high velocity water
stream which ncl'; like a snw 111\1 cu(ls
tarrow groove in 1hc maU:rial.
Re.1Son (R) : The lore" rt;qurred tor culling
is gcnoralcd from sudtlc:tl chang" ill lhe
momentum nf lhc Wt1UJ1'
a. BoUt A and R me individuaUy ltue and
R i< tho com:cl t:Xpbnalion of i\
b. Bolb A aud Rare uue but
R is nollhe correct cxplanolion of A
c. A is true but R is fal;e
d. A is folse but R is true
A .. ertion (i\) : While rolling metal heel
in rolling mill, the edges are sometimes
uolslmightaud flat but""' wavy.
Re.oson (R) ; Nqn-uniform mechanical
lli'OJ>t1.ie.; vf the Oat matcoil oolltd o<il
rcMult in of the: edges.
"' BoU1 A ond R >rc individu>Uy true IIJld
R is lhe c.orrect explanation of i\
b. Both A and R 4ro iudividuaUy true but
R is not the correct explanation of A
.;, A is IJuc but R io l'abe
d. A is fa lie but R ;. l)ue
Assonion (A) In cMc of control chart. for
variable:!!. lhc average of r<.'llllings of o sub-
group of font and moc plollod r:olhtr
U1an tl1e- individunl readings.
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Reason (R) : Plorting of individual
readings needs a lot of time and effon.
a. Both A and R are individually true and
R is the correct explannlion uf A
b. Both A and R are Individually tnle but
R is not the correct explanation of A
o. A is true but R is talsc
cl. A is false but R is true
1\ssenlon (/\) : In the SOIUiitllt of
transportMion problem. for 11pplication
optimttlily test. tlte numbet of allocations
is m + n - I and these be
fn independent positions.
Re.a$()U (R) : t f 1 he numbcr of allocations
io uot m - n - I , values ol all oddments,
i.e. u, and v
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cannot be found.
a. Both A and R are individually 1rue and
R is 1he correct explanation of A
b. Borh A and Rare Individually true bur
R is nollhc correct explanarion or A
c, i\ is true but R is false
d. A is tlllsc but R i;; !rue
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Figure sho\l's a dgid body of mass m
having radius nl' gyrarion k ahout centre
of gravity. h is to be replaced by an
equivn len! dynamical system of 1wo
lllasscs placed at A and B. Titc mass ar A
should be
o :x m
n,
tt +b
b.
b XII/
a +b
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a
c.
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f= 3 (n - I) - Jj. In the Grublor's equarion
for planar mechanisms glven.j is 1he
a. Number of mobile links
b. Number of links
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c. Number of lower pafrs
d. l.ength of the longest link
Which of the fitllowing ure of
forced closed kinemaric pairs ?
1. Cam and roller mechanism
2. Door dosing mechnnism
3. Slider-crank mechanism
4. Automotive clutch
mechanism
operating
Selecl lbe correct nuswer usiug !he cotles
given. below
a. t. 2 and 4
b. I and 3
c. 2, 3 anJ 4
d.
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2.

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3. (7
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Which of lhe mechanisms shown above
do/docs not ha ve single degree of
freedotn?
a. 3 anJ 4
b. 2 aud3
c. 3 only
d. 4 ()t1ly

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Two poins. A and B located ul<llt& the
radius of n wheel. as shown in the figure
above. have of 80 and mls.
rcspecrivcly. 1'hc distance bclwccn points
A nnd B is J(}() rum The radius ofwbcel 1s
a. 400 mm
b. 500 mm
c. 000 01111
d. 700 mm
ln a sl ider-crank mechanism, the wlocity
t)fpiston maximum when
a. nud connccling rod are in line
wuJ each or.her
b Crank is perpendicular to the line of
stroke of the pi;lon
c. and conncctillj! rod arc mutually
perpendicular
d. C:Nillk 1.s J 20
11
will the line ofslrokc
R
3
R
0
p
0
p
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7 ur lb
Three positions of quick-retun1
mechanism arc shuwn ub01e. In which or
lhe docs the Coriulis C<lmponcnt of
accclcralion cxisl 'l
SdeCI the correct answer using the codes
given below :
a I ()nly
b. I and 2
c.. J.land3
d. 2 and3
..c_:__:> I I) N
The "bow figure shows 11 cicular disc or I
kg mHSS unu 02 01 radius undergoing
unconstrained planar motion under the
action of two forces shown. The
o1aguiwdc or angulur acceleration o: of' the
disc s
a. 511 rad/s
1
b. I 00 radlst
c. 25 radls
1
d. 20 radls'
For n with radius
or crank r. length of connecting rod /.
obliquity ratio n. LTnnk rotating at 1111
angular vdnuity 111; lnr any nnglc () nf the
crank, malch L1st I (Kinematic Variable)
with List II tEqu:ll>oo) 1111d select the
answer ;
Us11
A, Velocity of piston
B. Accelenuion of pislon
C Au gular of connc<-tlllg rod
D Angular occclcmlion of cm\necling rod
Lis t 11
2
, ( cos20)
nrr. cos8+-n-
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blr Sill (J 1 -
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c
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n, 4 1 3 1
b. 2 4 3 1
c 4 2 3
d 2 4 3
C:
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Figure shows Klcin s construclion lor
slider-cmnk OCP drawn lo full
Wlull velocily doe.; CD represenl?
u. Vcll>city ol'lhe crank pin
b. Velocity of the piston
c. Velocily of piston with respect to
crnnk pin
d. Angular vclocit) of the CQnnccting rod
48. rhe mn,lmum lluclumion of energy Er.
during a c cle lor a llywhcel is
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a I ( '";_ - #J;
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b. -w_)
c. X 1x ... (1)
d. f
1 where f = Mass mNncnt oflntrtiu of the
tlywhccl
w,. = i\ vcragc rotational speed
K., = Coef:ljcicnt of tlucwation of speed)
For m1nim1sing speed lluCIUlllions t>f an
engine n prime mover. ll must hav"
11. Only u fl) wheel littl'il to the cranks hull
b A govcmor providctl m !he system
c. lloth a 0) wheel aud a
provided in system
d. Neither n llywhecl nor n governor
IS uf lb
SO Effect of friction at lhc sleeve or u
govemor to make il
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a. More sensitive
b. More stable
c. Insensitive over a mall runge of speed
d. Unstable
\ ctrcular disc having " mass uf 30 kg is
mounted two
A and B as shown above in !he
figure - I r is used as an crun with
an eotelllrkity of 0.(}1 m. If the shaking
Ioree on or the bearings is not lo
exceed 1500 N, the speed of rotation of the
cam should not e.xcced
a. 10rocVs
b. 100 radls
c. 70.7 rudls
d. radls
uiliii'C ligurc shows llld
diUfP1lll1 of nn IC' engine producing a
tOrque T = 4{) N-m at the given instanL
Coulomb friclion belwccn
the cylinder rutd the p1ston IS 0.08. If the
mass of the piston is 0.5 kg and U1e crank
is 0.1 m. the Coulomb fricti on force
occurring at the cylindo;r imerfac<! is
a. 16N
b 0.4N
c. N
d. IMN
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Consider the folio\\ ing
avoiding
between gears :
tnt)(!ificmions
imcrtcrence
L The ccmre distance between meshing
gcurs be iucrea.-etl.
2. Addendum llf genr be modified.
3. Tcctb sbottld be undercut slij;htly at
Utt rooL
Pressure angle should be incr<'11Scd.
5. Circular pit.ch be 1ntrl"a<cd.
Which of rhcsc a,-., ciTec-ti "" in avniding
imcrfcrcnco'!
a. 1. 2und3
b. 2. 3. 5
c. 1.4 and3
<1. 3. 4 and 3
lu a ruvencd gcnr train. lwo gcurs r und Q
are Q-R u compound gear tmd
R mtd S meshing. The mouulcs of P
ami R arc 4 mm and 5 nnn rcspectivt>ly.
!'he numbers of teeth in r. Q and R are 20.
40 auu 25 respective!) . llte numbcr of
ICCtb inS is
a. n
h. 35
c. 50
"- 53
When 1110 spur gears having involutes
on their teeth tngugc. the line of
olclinn i$1nngenti:tlto
a, f'itch drcle:-
b. l>edcndum circles.
c. i\ ddcndu111 circlc>s
d. circles
lf tht tmnular wheel of an opicyclic gear
train has I 00 teeth and the plane I whod
ha; 20 teoth. the numtl<r or tee.th oM the
sun whed
u.
h. 6()
c, 40
tl. 20
57. the piston rnll nnd the crosshe11d iu
steam engine nrc usual ly connected by
means of
a. Coucrjoint
511.
59.
'I of JO
b. Knuckk joitll
c. Ball joint
d. UnivcrSlll.iloint
A rhctcd joint has hcl.!n ro
suppon an eccentric load P. The load
'lue <>I' F 1 equa.l tu I kN nod F,
equal to 3 kN. 1loe area of
each rivet is 500 mn1, Consider the
following sl!ltumonll;:
I. ntc str= in the rivet is 10 N/mm
1

2. nu, value of cccenlricity L i> I 00 mm.
3. The ' ' nltiu oflond I' i; 6 kN.
4. ntc resuliant in \lllch i5 6
kN.
Which of these Stmements arc correct'/
a. I and 2
h. 2 and 3
c. 3 and 4
d. I
M:uch List I (Phenomenon) with List II
(Significant Pw-amcters/Phenomenonl1l11d
sd c<tthe ctmect answer:
Usl l
A. Jmcrt'crcnce fit
B. Cyclic loading
C. Gear meshing
U. Lubricting of bearings
II
J. V isoosity index
2. hucrrerence
J. Notch sensitivity
4. Induced compressive .stress
A B c n
"
}
I J
b. 4 J

1
c. 3
,,
2 I
d. 4 3 I 1
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
60.
6L
62,
63.
The hemispherical end oh pte$sute -.esel
ls fastened to the cylindrical portlon of lllo
pressure vcscl with the ltclp of gasket.
holts nllocl. nuts. The bnlts nrc subjected
to
n. Tco:nsilcslruss
b. Compres ive stn:.
c. Shear
cl Bc:.1ring stres
For bolts of u11iform stn:nglh $lmnk
diameter is made
>- 1\lbjor dinmclor of threads
b. Pitd1 dinmctcr oftlu..,ads
I\ fin or diameter of U>reads
d. Nominal diameter of thread
Match List l (Device) with U.t [I
(Component Access<>ry) and the
C1JlS\VCf :
l, ist I
A. Lifting machine
B. Fibt\0 rope drive
C. DiiTomnlial geat
D. Belt drive
J.i<l II
I. llll"r ofjockl>y puUcy
2. Sun wheel
3 Sheave
4. Power screw
a.
h.
c.
d.
J3
4
4
3
c
I
2
2
D
2
J
2
A pulley is connc;:.tcd lo a power
of dimot<" d by meanK
of n rectangular sunk key of width w ancl
lc:n.gth L 11te width of the key is l.>k<:tJ as
d14. For full powor the;
slretHtth of the kev is equal to the
torsion;;) shearing slrengti, of the shall.
The ratio of the length el f the l..ey tu the
din meier oflbc shofi (11<1) '"
a. n/4
b. 111 ..fi
c. n/2
64.
10 ul I I>
d. ll
A circular solid rod of diameter d welded
to rigid nat platu by a circular .fillet wold
of throat thickness t is subjected to
hvts&ing momeol '1 . The maximum sheal'
slress iuducc:u iu the " eld is
"
b.
c.
d. 2Tintd'
65. A 6 J9 ropo implies that U1ere are
a. 6 wUcs in each itud J9 in
the rope
b. 6 slnlnds and 19 win:. in uoch l>U;tlld
c. G diameter nntl 19 $mall
di.3mctCJ' wires;
d. 19 lnrgc diamclur wi;"" tmd <i small
wires
66, Considtt tl1c li1U11wing
I, J.'hwheel and gO\emor of an 011gine
U1e e.xa mples of au op"" loop
cootrolsyl"'n
2 Governor is U1c example of closed loop
control system
3. Tl1c Ottnn<JSL>tc or refrigerator and
relict valve of n boi ler ore the
e.'tomples of closed loop eontrol system
Which of th"'e sutcmcnh israre oonecl?
u. l only
b. 2 and 3
c. 3 Only
d. 2 mtly
G7. In multiple disc elutcl1 lf nt and n, are
the number of discs on tho drivinl! and
drive.n shofls , repeotively, the number of
pairs oJ contact suditces will be

n1 + n2
b.
"' _. n'l
I
c. OJ 1 0 2 I I
d.
n, +oz
2
Gg. List (\rears ) with List II
(Configurations) and select \he correct.
a.n.s-w...::r :
L.ist l
A. Spur
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
69.
70.
13. Bo>ve]
C. Helical
D. Mi w
1,;,1 n
I. ronnecting two non-pnr:!llol or.
intersecting but CCplanar sh fu..
2. Connecting two parallel and coplnn:u-
wiUt parullel to the a,, ;, of
U1o gear wh"'-'1
3. Connecting h'o P"'" llel and coplanar
sbnfts wilb. teelb. indiued to Ute axis of
the gear wheel

Connecting ti<O whose ac at<>
mutually perpendicular Ill coch uthco
A B c D
a. 2 4 3 l
b

2 4
c. 2
) 4-
d. J 4 2 l
1\vu .<ltaJls A nud B in !be ame
lUte arc gcan:d togt:thor tltrough .Ul
int.mnedl:tte porallel h-aiL Tlte parnm..ters
relating to tbe geao .. and pinions are given
ln the table
!lorn S.-i Teelh PCO Mod
Onvttl!< wheel A N, r. o. m
Driven whc-d B Nu LA D. m
Dllvcn whf C
Nc Tt De
'"
D1wtng. whc-d D
on the

N"
To Du m
shaft. m onesb
with B
\Vhicb of Ute following o'CI:tions is not
tor kinematic design considcutlons 'I

Tr . .!D.
'-l
8
T, T
0
b. N. = T, rn
:-.. T
0
c. I) A- n c = Dn Do
tl. T,. Tt = Tn Tv
nte employed for CO!UteCting two
non-intersecting and te ..
non-coplan>r sh fts are
n. Bevel gcant
b- Spir.t l sear-s
71.
72.
7:>-.
74.
75,
76.
11 of I (I
c. HeliC41 gean1
d. gcoos
The rolling_dlemt nl bc:.1ring>
a. Hyd'roslatic bearings
b. Squeeze tilm beating>
c. Anlifriction bcruiugs
d. lubrie.-ttion
llntloe mntors vith low $larling torque. the
type of Lhe clutch to be used is
a. MuJiiple-plalc cltuch
b C'one oluteb
c. clutch
d. Single-plate clutcb with btJth side<;
cl'lectivc
Whiclt one t)l' the followmg is nul
fri ction clutch?
u. Disc or plotc clutch
b. Coate dutch
c. clutch
d. Jn\v clutch
Two-dimensional sblc of stress nt a point
in 3 pl,anc s tn:sscd elemanl ill represented
by a Mohr circle of7.ero radirc. Then both
priucipal
11. nre equnl to ?.em
h. :tre equal 10 zero :md slu.:ar sl reM!4
et1unlto
c. nrc of eqtm I magnitude but of opposite
sign
d. are of equal mogniturh< and of m
sign
Which of the lhllowing generally
a yield point'/
n. Cast iron
b. Arutealcd and hot-rolled mild slocl
c. Son brass
d. C'old-rolled teel
A cube having ench side of a. is
CIJMirni ncd in is all directions nnd is
healed uniformly so that the tcruporature i
to roc. Jf fL is tho lltc:>rmal
ccefticoenl of cxplnsion of the cuhe
material and the modulus nr elasticity,
Ute slr.:ss do:wloped in !be cube is
. y
b. aTE '(I 2y)
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
77.
7M.
79.
so.
Sl.
c. aTE /2y
d. aTE /( I +ly)
A simply sunponed has cqunl owr-
hunging lengths nnd cnrrit!l. "qual
cunccntnued lllnds P at ends. Bending
moment over the kngth between the
suppons
a. is zero
h. 8 1-()IH'd<l COitl)l::U,I
c. vanes unilbrmly lroon one suppon 10
the OlhcT
<I i. maximum utmld-span
Consider the lol l owing stntcmcnts :
In n camilcvcr subjected to a CQ11centrutcd
load at free end
I The stress is maxim11111 nr the
fi'ee end.
2 The maximum shear strc'Ss is constam
along. the length of the beam.
3. The slope of the clastic curvo is ze1u al
the end.
Which of U1csc slntcmcnl.< rut correct'!
a J.!IDJdJ
h 2 and 3
c I ;md J
d. I and2
nc shear mess distribution over a beam
cross-section is shown in thn figure above.
l'hc beam is of
a Equal flange I -section
b IJncqual nnn:,w !-section
<:. Circular cross-section
d. 1 -section
Slendemcss ratio 11f a colu111n is defined as
the ratio of length to il'
a. Lc!ISt; rndms of gyration
b. dimension
c. Maximum luteral dimension
d. Max1mum rudius of gyration
Wbich one of lbllowing 1s nul
corrtclly matched?
82.
84.
85.

a. Poi11t detect in crystal Sdf
imer>itials
b. I incar defect in crystal Janice . Or"in
boundary
c. Planar dclcct 111 crystal lanhJt
Fxtcmal surface
d Volume defect in .:rystal lauicc ; Other

A screw, dislocation
I Lies pamllelto its Burger's wctor
2. Lies perpendicular 10 il' Burger's
vector
3. Moves in a perpendicular direction to
Burger'> vcctnr
-l-. Moves in an inclined ditection l<> the
vector
Select tbe correct answer using the codes
given hclow
a. I and -1
1\ I and J
c. 2 rutd 3
d. 2and4
Accurding to Gihhs rule. the
number vr degrees or ti'ec.dnm ur an
culectic pomt in n binary system is
a.
b, 2
c. 0
d. 3
An onhogonul op.:ration is being
,'tlfl'fed out under the following
culling speed = 2 m/s. tkplh c.ul e 0.5
mm. chip thickncs:< = (Ui nun. Then the
chip velocity is
a. 2.0 mls
h. 1.-t m/s
c. 1.0 m/s
d. 1.66 mls
The angle of inclfnalion of lhc rnke faL-e
Wilh rc>flCCI tO lhc hKll ba..t lll<"ilSUicd in H
plnne, perpcndiculnr to the hiiSc and
paralleJ 10 the width of the tnol s called
a. Back rake angle
b, Side rake angle
c. Side culling angle
d. End edge angle
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
86. The cor=t sequence of cutting tools in tho
nscending order of their wear reslsL,noe
R7.

tt nnn-femms 31loy (Stellite}-
Carbide-Nitride
h. Cn.t nonfurrom; allny (Stoll ito)llllS
Carbide-Nitride
HSS-Cast non-ferrous alloy (Stelllte)-
N itriclc..Carlndc
<I nonferrQus 11l1<1y (Stellite)-
C:lrb ide-N'it.ridt>-I-ISS
ln orthogonal cutting test, the cotlmg force
= 900 N. the thrust force = 600 N' anti ehtp
shear nnglc is 30. Thou the chip h=
force is
" 1079XN
h. %9.6 N
c. 479.4 N
d. 69.6N
llto time tnkcn tC) fucc a \\ (n k llicce of 72
mm diameter, if the pindlc peed is go
r.p.m. and <'TO.s-1\:ed mmlrev, ill
a. 1 .5 minlltC-'1
b. 3.0 minutes
.:. 5.4 minutes
cL S.S T)linute.
89. rhe of he!ieal grooves in u twist
drill is ttl
I. Improve tbe s tiffness ,
2. Save a tool mar.,rlal .
3. Providos pace lo r chip removal
-1. Pnwlde rako angle for culling edge
Select the correct usmg lhe codes
given below :
"
1 nnd ?.
b. 2 nd 3
c. 3 nod. 4
d. I 3nJ
90 Which one of lhe followi ng is nol n
nl31erisl7
n. Silicon
b. Aluminium Oxide
TJtrmium Nittidd
d. Cuhie B<1ron Nitride
91. In mi lling the wUing tool i$ held
in position by
92.
93.
9.& ..
9$,
13 oll li
n. Chuck
b. Spindle
c. Arbor
d. fool holder
A spur ser of 40 reetlt is mnohined in "
gear hohbing machine using a dm1hlc 51Mt
hob cu11c1'. n,c speed ratio bclwccn lhc.
hob and Ute blunk is

l : 20
b. 1 : 40
c. -10 : J
d. 2(l : J
M1lob List l wltlo List II
(Machining) and select the corrrot
List I
A. Madtin ing
B. Ruby m(i
C. Electrol)1"
D. Abrasive slwry
Li>t II
1. EC'M
2 . EDM
3. l!SM
4. LBM
A B
a. 2
b. 4 2
c. 2 4
d. 2 4
("
3

Cold working produces
atTects:
))
J
3
the fo llowing
I. Stresses nre set up in the met. I
2 Grain strucluto get dis lortod
3. Strength and hardness of mct.'ll are
dccrc4scd
4. Swf:tcc finish is rodu=l
Which of theSe stotement:< are com. "Ct'l

l11nd 2
b. 1. 2 and 3
"
3 and 4
d. land 4
A goning r;>tio nf I : '2 : 4 is used to dC!iign
Ute gting ror magnesium alloy
CJISting. ll1is sating ratio to tbe cro$s
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
97.
section Ote3.8' Ol
1
the various g-.,ting
elements given below :
I. Down spn1e
2. bar
3. lugt.tll:S
l'he correct of the ohO\"e
elements in the rntio l . 2 : 4 is
n.
1>. 1. 3ond 1
c. 2, 3 and l
d. 3, I and 2
i\latcll L.ist l (Products) with List U
(Casting proee&S) and select the cerrecl
answer :
List I
/\. Hullow
B. Dentur<:s
C. Alunlinium aUoy pistons
D. arms
l,ist n

2. Jnve:stmcnt Csling
3. Slush O.stin!'
4. Shell Mouldin&
5. Grvity Die ('osting
A fl c
.. 3 2
I>. l
]
.\
c. 2 3
cl. '
_,
2 5
()
5
5
4
4
l\lfutclt Lilli f (Welding Defects) with Lit
n nnd select the correct nMwer :
L,i,t T
A
B. Distortion
C. Slag
Listll
I. Damp electrodes
:Z.. Arc blow
3. Improper cleaning m m11llipBSil
\1 elding
Po<>r joint election
.\
4
B
2
c
3
D
1
98.
9?.
b.
c.
d.
2
4
4
I
3
3
3
l l ntl tl
.High speed eleclron beam ol' electron
b"""' welding is foeu..d on U1o wdd s pot
uing
a. v acu1m1 ltns
b. Inert gas len.<
c. Optic.,llells
d. llillgndic
In rcsisl4uoe \clding. hcnt is gentl"nl..d
due to U1c bctween
a. Electrode aud "orkpicce
b. A<peritie.< between touching t'lates
c. Two dissimilar metals being in eontact
d. lnlemtomic forces
LOU. A forging fot t'cdudng thu
diameter of a bar >nd in the process
making it long.,- b tem1ed as
a. Fullering
b. J>uuclting
c. llrsetting
d Exlmding
101. Ue following steps in forging a
connecting rod from lite bar sloe!< ;
I. Blocking
2. Trimming
3. finishing
4. Edging
Select 1he cotTecl sequence of ihesc
op<::rution.< using the cudeo given

I, 2, 4
b. 2, 3, 4. l
c. 3. 4. l. 2
d.. 4. 1.3. 2
102 'l11e extmsion proces(e:s) used for lhe
product1on of tooUtpaste tube is/are
1. Tube e.xlrusion
1. Po1ward estrusiOtl
3. lntiJaCI <>Xb'US ion
Select tle co1rect answer using tl1e cmles
giveu below :
a. t only
b I and ?
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
d. 3 only
103. A drculor shalt subj<'CI<\d w tWJSUng
monwnt In ma>tlmum sh<'tir .slJ'css
uf 60 Ml'u. the mnximum
compressh c in the material is
o.. 30 MPa
b. 60 Ml'n
c. 90 Ml'A
d. llOMPo
I 0-1. r length of 50 mm diameter steel
rod is solid while the remaining half is
hullow having u lx>rc of25 mm. The rod is
subjected to equal and opp<1sitc torc1ue at
its euds. It the maximum shear stress iJl
solid poni,)n is T. the maximum sht':lr
stress in the hollow ponion is
3. tl5116lt
b. t
c. P/Jit
d. ( 1611 5) {
105. A thick cylinder with internal diumeter d
and <!utsiJe diameter 2d is subjt-c.tcd w
internal pressure p. Then lhe mnxfmum
hoop stres. de,elored i11 1he C) Iinder is
a.
r
b. (2/3) I'
c. (5/3)p
d. 2p
106. I \Oiumeuio slJ'ain in cn;e t>f a thin
cylinJrkul shell ur d. l.hickness t.
subjcck-d to internal pressure pis
a. pd .(3- 2p}
'21
b. pd .(4 -3,11)
JLE
prJ
c. 4rl5 - 4J.L)
d. pd_.(-1- 5J.L)
41/;
(where Modulus or elnticlty. p
l'ni:;son's ratio for the shell n'Ullerirtl/
1117. nw otnn,nunly used technique of
stl>:ngthening thin p1essure vessel
a. Wire winding
b. Shrink fitting
15 of II>
c. Auto-i'rcttagc
d. Multi-layered construction
I 08. Under axial loa.J. earh section of a close-
u,ih:t.l htlical is 1<1
a. 'fcnsile stres.' und shear sLrC$S due to
lnnd
b. Com()(t:ssivc stress nnd shear stress
due to torque
c. Tens ile stres.' end shear stress due ttl
torque
d. l orsionaJ and di1'1Xll sbeor stresses
IO'J. A lln having lcn!'cth L nnd Uniform cross-
with area A is tn b<1th
tensile Ioree P ood tor<]ue T. If G is l.hc
shear modul us and I! is the YoWl!\S
modulus. the internal st rai n tnergy sti ll'cd
in th.e bar is
r' '-
a. --+-
2GJ 1
'b.
r' L f' ' L
--+-
OJ lA.L
u.
1'
1
L 1''1,
--+--
'lGJ :ME
d.
T I.

--.,. --
(/.! I F.
11(1. f<r mild steel under uniaxial
tensile looding is given b) the shaded
poni!ln Ill' the stress-strain diagram as
shm111 in
a.

-
b.
w
w
w
.
e
x
a
m
r
a
c
e
.
c
o
m
d.
Fraal'urc
Ill Monel metal is an allo) of
a. Iron nnd corbon
b. Copper and zinc
c. Aluminium and copper
d. Cupper and nickel
112. Primaryobjectoflull annealing is lo
o. Increase toughness and yield poinl
b. ductility and rcsilicucc
c. Remove tbreign impurities and
improve urfuco
d. lncrea,;e ductWJy and macbinahilil y
113. Globular limn of <-emenlil< in lbe struchare
of steel is Obtained thruugh
a. Nonnalfsins
b. Malleabilisiug
c. Spheroidising
d. Curbonising
114. Gunnwtol. 1vhich is used in j ountal
bearings, u1n1nins
a. 88% Cu. I 0% Sn. 2% Zn
b. KO% Cu. 10% Zn, 10% AI
c. 85%Cu.5%, Mg. 10%/\1
d. 85% Cu. 5% Sn, 10% Pb
115. Tbe cofn!.ct of element> or 18-4-
1 HSS tool is
a. W. Cr. V
b. Mo, Cr, V
c. Cr. NL C
d. Cu. Zn. Sn
Ill>, Ienon n
a. lluorocarbon
b. Thcrmo-pla<[ic Uuorocarb1111 polymer
117.
16of lb
c. Inorganic compound of nuorioe nod
mrbon
d. l.nminnlcd phenolic material
In the case nf ntbhcr. vtllcnniY.ntion rclers
to U1c process of producing n
a. Linear polymer
b. Bmnched polymer
..:. Cross-linked polymer
d. Net work polymer
Polyesters can t>e defined a.< rhc
condensation pr<)thll\tS () f
a. Dicarbos.}l ic acids with dihydroxy
alcohol$
b. 13isphcnoi-A nnd cpichlorohyrlrin
c. f'heool and fonualdehydrin
d. Benzene nnd toluene
II Y. l11e coordination numher for rCC Cf)Stal
structure is
a. 4
b. 8
c. 12
d. 16
120. Match Llst I (Crystal StnJcture\ wilb Lisl
Tl (E.xumplc) und select the correct 1mswcr:
Li,1 )
A. ' impte Cubic
B. Body-centered Cubic
l'. F<Jce-centered Cubic
D. Hexugunnl Close Packed
Lis t ll
I. Zinc
2. Copper
3. Alpha iron :u ro0m1empcrnnue
4. Manganese
A
[l
c D

4 3 2
b. 4 3 2
c. 3 4 2
d. J
,,
2