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GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING

1. H7 / g6 is a fit.
(a) Clearance (c) Transition (b) Interference (d) All the above

2. The tolerance zone for circular runout is


(a) Two parallel planes (c) Datum axis (b) Two coaxial circles (d) Two coaxial cylinders

3. When diameter is controlled by circular runout, its maximum possible offset from the datum axis is equal to the runout tolerance value
(a) Same as (c) Half of (b) Double (d) None of above

4. The runout control applies at .


(a) RFS (c) LMC (b) MMC (d) VC

5. When the Runout applied to a diameter, it controls


(a) Location (c) Circular (b) Orientation (d) All the above

6. When a profile control is specified with datum reference it is related to ..


(a) Form Control (c) RFS (b) Feature Control (d) MMC

7. When a profile of a surface control is specified without datum reference, it is used as a ..


(a) Form Control (c) RFS (b) Feature Control (d) MMC

8. A profile Control can be used to control


(a) Size (c) Orientation (b) Location (d) All the above

9. Datums are
a) Real b) Simulated c) Perfect e) Derived from datum features (a) b,c,e (b) a,b,c d) Irregular and Flawed (c) b,c,d (d) c,d,e Page 1 of 9

10. Features are


a) Real (a) a,b b) Surfaces c) Perfect (b) b,c d) Always measurable for size (c) c,d (d) d,a

11. Allowance is
(a) Difference between LMC of mating features (b) Difference between MMC of mating features (c) Difference between shaft MMC and hole LMC (d) Difference between shaft LMC and hole MMC

12. The Feature Control Frame must be containing .


(a) Modifiers and datum reference (b) Geometric characteristic symbol and tolerance (c) Datum, tolerance and material condition symbol (d) All of the above

13. Flatness control tolerance zone is ..


(a) One perpendicular (b) Two parallel (c) Two perpendicular (d) None of above

14. Whenever a straight control is associated with FOS dimension applies to the of FOS
(a) Axis (c) Axis or center plane (b) Center plane (d) None of above

15. . is the only geometric control that can override Rule # 1


(a) Straightness of an FOS (c) Perpendicularity (b) Flatness (d) Circularity

16. Tolerance zone for circularity control is..


(a) Two coaxial circles (c) Single plane (b) Two coaxial cylinders (d) Single circle

17. When perpendicularity applied to surface, the shape of tolerance zone is planes that are perpendicular to the datum plane(s)
(a) Two parallel (b) Two perpendicular (c) Two inclined planes at an angle (d) None of the above

18. When perpendicularity is applied to surface, the zone of tolerance indirectly limits the.. tolerance zone.
(a) Straightness (c) Flatness (b) Circularity (d) Cylindricity

19. When angularity applied to a surface, . of the surface elements must be within the tolerance zone.
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(a) Only one (c) Two

(b) All (d) None of the above

20. A . is a geometric tolerance that limits the amounts a surface, axis, or center plane is permitted to vary from being parallel to the datum.
(a) Parallelism control (c) Perpendicularity (b) Parallelism (d) All the above

21. A feature is any .. of a part.


(a) Surface (c) Point (b) Line (d) Center line

22. Tangent plane modifier is used to control ------------(a) Parallelism (c) Symmetry (b) Flatness (d) Straightness

23. If Controlled Radius modifier is given, the part surface flats or reversals have ............ the tolerance zone
(a) Without (c) Zero (b) Within (d) None of the above

24. Virtual condition for External FOS with M modifier is ..


(a) MMC + Position tole (b) MMC - Position tole (c) LMC + Position tole (d) LMC - Position tole

25. Symmetry is similar to


(a) Run out (c) Position (b) Orientation (d) Concentricity

26. In symmetry control the tolerance zone is two parallel planes that are centered about a datum
(a) Axis (c) a or b (b) Center plane (d) None

27. What modifiers can be used in concentricity?


(a) MMC (c) Projected tolerance zone (b) LMC (d) None of the above

28. Tolerances of position (TOP) is denoted by which symbol


(a) (c) // (b) (d)

29. Rule 1 does not control the .and .


(a) Location and orientation (b) Concentricity and symmetry Page 3 of 9

(c) Size and Form

(d) None of the above

30. Cylindrical tolerance zones are % larger than square zone


(a) 37 (c) 47 (b) 57 (d) 67

31. The virtual condition boundary theory limits the of surface of a FOS
(a) Location (c) Profile (b) Orientation (d) Runout

32. If tolerance of position (TOP) is used with M modifier the bonus is permissible at
(a) MMC (c) Both (b) LMC (d) None of the above

33. Cartoon gauge is a sketch of ..


(a) Functional (c) Fixed (b) Variable (d) Functional (or) Fixed

34. The ZOT for a TOP could be


(a) Cylinder (c) Two parallel planes (b) Sphere (d) All the above

35. Straightness is an individual control; therefore datums are allowable in feature control frame.
(a) Primary (b) Secondary (d) Primary and Secondary (c) No

36. Angularity is the control of ..


(a) Line (b) Axis (c) Surface (d) All the above

37. Cylindricity controls taper of the surface


(a) True (b) False

38. Profile of a line is a line element control.


(a) One dimensional (c) Three dimensional (b) Two dimensional (d) All the above

39. Circular Runout allows M modifier with all surface controls.


(a) True (b) False

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40. . STD is used for GD&T.


(a) ANSI Y14.5 (b) ASME Y14.5M-1994 (c) SAE (d) ISO

41. For metric application of Limits and Fits, the tolerance may be indicated by
(a) Basic size and tolerance symbol (b) Tolerance symbol only Tolerance (d) Unilateral Tolerance (c) Bilateral

42.Where the surfaces of revolution are cylindrical and the control of the axes can be applied on a material condition basis ...Tolerancing is recommended.
(a) Circularity (b) Cylindricity (c) Positional (d) Profile

43.

Concentricity tolerance is a zone of tolerance.


(b) Cylindrical (c) Axis (d) Two parallel planes

(a) Square

44. Symmetry tolerance and the datum reference can only apply on basis.
(a) MMC (b) LMC (c) RFS (d) None of the above

45.

Form tolerances are not related to .


(b) FOS (c) Axis (d) None of the above

(a) Datum

46. Flatness is the condition of a surface having all elements in plane.


(a) Two (b) One (c) More the Two (d) All the above

47.
(a) 10

Total no of geometrical control is .


(b) 12 (c) 14 (d) 16

48.

For a hole. size is MMC limit.


(b) Smallest (c) Basic (d) All the above

(a) Biggest

49. For a shaft of size 20.2 20.6 the straightness tolerance of surface element is .
(a) 0.2 (b) 0.6 (c) 0.4 (d) 0.8

50. 51.

Projected tolerance modifier is preferred to holes.


(b) Counter bored (c) CSK holes (d) All the above

(a) Taped

Symmetry and concentricity are .. geometric controls.


(b) Orientation (c) Profile (d) Form Page 5 of 9

(a) Location

52. 53. 54. 55. 56.

H7 / p6 is a fit.
(c) Interference (d) All the above

(a) Transition (b) Clearance

H7 / m6 is a .. fit.
(c) Interference (d) All the above

(a) Transition (b) Clearance

H7 / r6 is a .. fit.
(c) Interference (d) All the above

(a) Transition (b) Clearance

For the dimension 20 H7, the letter H represents


(b) Gear (c) Fit (d) Hole

(a) Shaft

Indian Standard for Limits, Fits & Tolerance is .


(b) IS 2102 m (c) IT grade (d) None of the above

(a) IS 919

57. The LMC modifier is preferred to maintain .. wall thickness on the component.
(a) Maximum (b) Minimum (c) Constant (d) All the above

58. 59. 60.

In the dimension 52- f K, the letter K represents . Tolerance.


(b) Position (c) Orientation (d) Profile

(a) Form

Unspecified tolerance are as per IS 2102-m


(b) False

(a) True

MMC modifier is preferred when the function is ..


(b) Max wall thickness (c) Perfect form

(a) Min wall thickness (d) Assembly

61.

Feature control frames are always read from to ..


(b) Bottom, Top (c) Left, Right (d) Right, Left

(a) Top, Bottom

62. When datum reference letters are specified in a feature control, the first letter always identifies the .. datum.
(a) Tertiary (b) Secondary (c) All the above (d) Primary

63.

The first block in a feature control frame is a ..


(b) Geometric symbol (c) Datum (d) Datum shift

(a) Geometric Tolerance

64. Feature control frames may be attached to a .. , axis or center line.


(a) FOS (b) Feature (c) Point (d) Hole (d) Feature Page 6 of 9

65.

GD&T is a system made up of . Primarily.


(b) Datums (c) Symbols

(a) Tolerance

66. 67.

A . tolerance is applied on either side of the basic profile.


(b) Unilateral (c) Equal bilateral (d) All the above

(a) Bilateral

Rule # 1 controls both size and ............. of features.


(b) Shape (c) Form (d) Profile

(a) Datum

68. Circularity control applies to feature surfaces during one complete revolution as measured. of a surface or axis is in a straight line
(a) Linear (b) radial (c) circumferential (c) all of these

69. Rule Two specifies that. or must be specified in the feature control frame where it is applicable
(a) MMC, LMC (b) primary, secondary (c) both a & b (d) none of these

70.
(a)

The Symbol used to indicate the depth of hole?


(b) (c) (d)

71. How many points of contact minimum are required for a primary datum plane?
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 0

72. Datum targets may be ..


(a) Points (b) Lines (c) Areas (d) All the above

73. Is datum reference letter alphabetical order in feature control important?


(a) Yes (b) No

74. Cylindricity controls .. Surface of the feature.


(a) Half of the (b) Entire (c) No (d) None of the above

75. Angularity is the condition of a surface or axis at an angle other than degree from a datum.
(a) 0 (b) 45 (c) 60 (d) 90

76. All female features are represented by letters.


(a) Small (b) Capital (c) Both (d) None of the above

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TOLERANCE STACK UP QUESTION PAPER FOR INFOSYS


1. A stack is a study of relationship within a part or assembly.
(a) Orientation (d) All the above (b) Dimensional (c) Form

2. Stacks should be done in the .. stage.


(a) Manufacturing (b) Design (c) Inspection (d) Assembling

3. Two types of stacks are ..


(a) Linear, Radial (b) Linear, Angular (c) Angular (d) None of the above

4. .. stacks start on the left and ------------ stacks start on the bottom.
(a) Linear, Radial the above (b) Linear, Axial (c) Radial, Axial (d) None of

5. When doing an assembly stack, the parts must be positioned to represent the .. condition.
(a) MMC (b) LMC (c) Grounded (d) RFS

6. Finding both the max and min distance in assembly stack requires two stacks.
(a) Max (b) Min (c) Separate (d) All the above

7. Circular runout composites of


(a) Form and Profile (b) Profile, Orientation and Location (c) Circularity, Cylindricity and Runout (d) Circularity, Location and Orientation

8. The maximum allowable offset between the toleranced diameter axis and datum axis is . the runout tolerance value when the circular element is perfectly round.
(a) Double (b) Same as (c) One half of (d) One quarter of

9. When calculating a stack that includes a runout tolerance, half the runout tolerance value goes in the left hand column and is always ----------- half the runout tolerance value goes in the right hand column is always -------(a) Positive, negative (b) Negative, positive (c) Zero, negative (d) Positive, zero Page 8 of 9

10.Part tolerance = ----------- tolerance / number of parts or dimensions involved.


(a) Assembly (b) Position (c) Location (d) All the above

11.When stack used centre line of FOS max --------- bonus goes in both columns.
(a) Linear (b) Radial (c) Both (d) None of this

12. Whenever tolerance of position@ RFS is specified, it means -------bonus or shift tolerance is available.
(a) Maximum (b) Minimum (c) Radial (d) No

13. When the profile is specified as a ---------- control, it is not used in the stack.
(a) Runout (b) Location (c) Orientation (d) Form

14.Stacks help us to produce --------- drawings.


(a) Partial (b) Complete (c) Satisfactory (d) None of the above

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