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Under very low deformation and at high

temperature it is possible to have some plastic flow


in a crystal at a shear stress lower than the critical
shear stress. What is this phenomenon called?

Slip

Twinning

Creep

Shearing
In a stress- strain diagram what is the correct
term for the stress level at e = 0.20% offset?

Elastic Limit

Plastic Limit

Offset rupture stress

Offset yield stress


Under which type of loading does fatigue occur?

Static load

Plane

High load

Repeated load
A specimen is subjected to a load. When the load is
removed, the strain disappears. From this information,
which of the following can be deduced about this
material?

It is elastic

It is plastic

It has a high modulus of elasticity

It is ductile
Which of the following may be the Poisson ratio of a
material?

0.45

0.5

0.55

0.60
. In pure torsion, the minimum torsional stress occurs
at the

center

long side

medium side

short side
. In a specification schedule is used when the pipe
specified as “schedule 80”, the pipe corresponds to
the

“extra standard” weight

allowable stress

internal stress

“old standard” weight


. The modulus of elasticity for ordinary steel usually
falls between _______ million pounds per square
inch.

26 to 28

28 to 31

20 to 45

50 to 60
. The modulus of elasticity is measure of

Accuracy

Quality

Stiffness

Rigidity
. The modulus of elasticity for most metals in
compression is usually taken as that in

Tension

Bearing

Torsion

Yield
. The ratio of moment and stress is called:

Contraction

Proportional constant

Section modulus

Strain
. For a symmetrical cross-section beam the flexural
stress is ______ when the vertical shear is
maximum

Infinity

Maximum

Minimum

zero
. When tested in compression, ductile materials
usually exhibit _______ characteristics up to the
yield strength as they do when tested in tension.

The same

Less than

More than

Approximately the same


. It has been said that 80% of the failures of
machine parts have been due to

Compression

Fatigue failures

Negligence

Torsion
. Cazand quotes values for steel showing Sn/Su
ratios often called endurance ratio, from

0.23 to 0.65

0.34 to 0.45

0.34 to 0.87

0.63 to 0.93
. The discontinuity or change of section, such as
scratches, holes, bends, or groove is a

Stress caiser

Stress functioning

Stress raiser

Stress relieving
.The degree of stress concentration is usually
indicated by the

Power factor

Stress concentration factor

Service factor

Stress factor
. n a part at uniform temperature and not acted
upon by an external load, any internal stress that
exists is called:

Control stress

From stress

Residual stress

Superposed stress
. The stress or load induced by the tightening
operation.

Initial stress

Initial tension

Residual stress

None of these
. A type of failure due to instability is known as

Slenderness ratio

Buckingham

Buckling

Stability
. The ratio of the length of the column and the
radius of gyration of the cross- sectional area about
a centroidal axis called

Contact ratio

Constant ratio

Power factor

Slenderness ratio
. Formula that applies to a very slender column is
called

Column formula

Euler’s formula

Moment formula

Slender formula
. If two principal stresses are zero, the state stress is

Biaxial

Monoaxial

Triaxial

Uniaxial
. If one principal stress is zero, the state stress is

Biaxial

Monoaxial

Triaxial

Uniaxial
. If all the principal stresses have finite values, the
system is

Biaxial

Monoaxial

Triaxial

Uniaxial
. Under theories of failure for static loading of
ductile material, the design stress is the

Endurance strength / factor of safety

Factor of safety / yield stress

Yield stress / factor of safety

Ultimate stress / factor of safety


. Under theories of failure, the value of shear stress is
______ that of tensile stress.

Equal

Double

Half

Three times
. The theory of mechanics of materials shows that the
results from the octahedral shear stress theory and those
from the maximum distortion energy theory are _______.

More than

Less than

Relevant

The same
. A kind of stress that is caused by forces acting along
or parallel to the area is called

Bearing stress

Shearing stress

Tangential stress

Tensile stress
. Obtained by dividing the differential load dF by the
dA over which it acts.

Elasticity

Elongation

Strain

Stress
. The highest ordinate in the stress-strain diagram or
curve is called

Elastic limit

Rapture strength

Ultimate strength

Yield strength
. A pair of forces equal in magnitude opposite in
direction, and not in the same line is called

Couple

Momentum

Parallel forces

Torque
. Framework composed of member joined at their
ends to form a rigid structure in known as:

Joists

Machine

Purlins

Truss
. The ratio of the tensile stress to the tensile strain is
called

Bulk modulus

Hooke’s law

Shear modulus

Young modulus
. The ratio of the volume stress to the volume strain is
called the coefficient of volume elasticity or

Bulk modulus

Hooke’s law

Shear modulus

Young modulus
. The action of a force is characterized by

Its magnitude

Direct of its action

Point of application

All of the above


. At highest and lowest point on the moment diagram

Shear is half, the maximum moment

Shear is maximum

Shear is negative

Shear is zero
. The built-in or fixed support is capable of supporting

An axial load

A traverse load

A bending moment

All of these
. The modulus of elasticity in shear is commonly called

Bulk modulus

Deformation

Modulus of rigidity

Young modulus
. The stress beyond which the material will not return
to its original shape when unloaded, but will retain a
permanent deformation is termed as

Elastic limit

Proportional limit

Yield point

Yield strength
. Refers to the actual stress the material has when
under load

Allowable stress

Factor of safety

Ultimate strength

Working stress
. The safe soil bearing pressure of diesel engine is
about

2000 kg per sq. cm

4600 kg per sq. cm

4890 kg per sq. cm

5633 kg per sq. cm


. The machine foundation must have a factor of safety
of
The machine foundation must have a factor of safety of

4
. The load acts over a smaller area, and the _______
continues to increase unit failure.

Actual stress

Allowable stress

Compressive stress

Tensile stress
. In the stress-strain diagram where there is large
increase in strain with little or no increase in stress is
called:

Endurance strength

Ultimate strength

Rapture strength

Yield strength
. A _______ member that carries loads transverse to
its axis.

Structure

Column

Beam

Frame
. Which type of load that is applied slowly and is never
removed?

Uniform load

Static load

Equilibrium load

Impact load
. When varying loads are applied that are not regular
in their amplitude, the loading is called

Repeated loading

Random loading

Reversed loading

Fluctuating loading
. A measure of the relative safety of a load carrying
component is termed as

Design factor

Load factor

Ratio factor

Demand factor
. The condition, which causes actual stresses in
machine members to be higher than nominal values
predicted by the elementary direct and combined stress
equations.

Stress concentration factor

Stress factor

Design factor

Load factor
. The stress value, which is used, in the mathematical
determination of the required size of the machine
member.

Endurance stress

Design stress

Maximum stress

Normal stress
. Typical values for Poisson’s ratio of cast iron is the
range of

0.30 to 0.33

0.27 to 0.30

0.25 to 0.27

0.35 to 0.45
. Typical values for Poisson’s ration of steel is the range
of

0.30 to 0.33

0.27 to 0.30

0.25 to 0.27

0.35 to 0.45
. Typical values for Poisson’s ration of aluminum and
titanium is in the range of

0.25 to 0.27

0.27 to 0.30

0.30 to 0.33

0.35 to 0.45
. The angle of inclination of the planes on which the
principal stresses act is called.

Normal plane

Principal plane

Tangential plane

Traverse plane
. _________ provides a very accurate prediction of
failure if ductile materials under static loads or
completely reversed normal, shear or combined stresses.

Shear stress theory

Normal stress theory

Distortion energy theory

Soderberg line theory


. Torsional deflection is a significant consideration in the design of
shaft and the limit should be in the range of ________ degrees/
foot of length.

0.004 to 0.006

0.08 to 1

0.006 to 0.008

0.008 to 1
. For a universal joint shaft angle should he _______ degrees
maximum and much less if in high rotational speed.

16
3. It is good design practice for steel line shafting to consider a limit
to the liner a deflection of _______ inch/foot length maximum.

0.050

0.010

0.020

0.060
. It is a rotating machine member that transmits power.

Cam

Plate

Shaft

Flywheel
5. A stationary member carrying pulleys , wheels and etc. that
transmit power is called:

Axle

Propeller shaft

Turbine shaft

Machine shaft
. A line shaft is also known as

Counter shaft

Jack shaft

Main shaft

Head shaft
. Which of the following shaft intermediate between a line shaft
and a driven shaft?

Counter shaft

Jack shaft

Head shaft

All of the above


. Short shafts on machines are called

Core shafts

Head shafts

Medium shafts

Spindles
. For shafts, the shear due to bending is a maximum at the
neutral plane where the normal stress is

Constant

Maximum

Minimum

Zero
. Criteria for the limiting torsional deflection vary from 0.08 per
foot of length for machinery shafts to ______ per foot.


. For transmission shafts the allowable deflection is one degree
in a length of _______ diameters.

10

15

20

25
. An old rule of thumb for transmission shafting is that the
deflection should not exceed ________ of length between
supports.

0.01 in. per foot

0.02 in. per foot

0.03 in. per foot

0.04 in. per foot


. In general for machinery shafts, the permissible deflection may
be closer to

0.02 in/ft

0.01 in/ft

0.002 in/ft

0.030 in/ft
. The speed at which the center of mass will equal the deflecting
forces on the shafts with its attached bodies will then vibrate
violently, since the centrifugal forces changes its direction as the
shafts turns.

Critical speed

Geometrical speed

Mean speed

Unit speed
. For shaft, the minimum value of numerical combined shock and
fatigue factor to be applied in every case to the computed bending
moment is

1.0

1.3

1.5

1.8
. It is suggested that the design factor on the yield strength be
about 1.5 for the smooth load, about 2 to 2.25 for minor shock
loads, and ________ when the loading reverses during operation.

3.0

4.0

3.5

4.5
17. A column is called sort column when.

A. The length is more than 30 times the


diameter

B. Slenderness is more than 120

C. The length is less than 8 times the diameter

D. Slenderness is more than 32


18. For a circular shaft subjected to torque the
value f shear stress.
A. Uniform throughout

B. Has maximum value at the axis

C. Has maximum value at the surface

D. Is zero at the axis and linearly increases to a


maximum value at the surface of the shaft
19. The compression members tend to buckle in
the direction of
A. Axis of load

B. Perpendicular to the axis of load

C. Minimum cross-section

D. Least radius of gyration


20. A reinforcement concrete beam is
considered to be made of .
A. Clad material

B. Composite material

C. Homogeneous material

D. Heterogeneous material
21. The column splice is used for increasing

A. Strength of the column

B. Cross-sectional area of the column

C. Length of the column

D. All of the above


22. A simply supported beam has a uniformly
distributed load on it, the bending moment is.

A. Triangle

B. Parabola

C. Semi-circle

D. Rectangle
23. The power obtained by the piston reaches
flywheel through the.

A. countershaft

B. crankshaft

C. Transmission shaft

D. Line shaft
24. There two types of crankshaft.

A. Single piece and build up

B. Forged and turned

C. Rotary and stationary

D. None of these
25. Engine valves get open by means of.

A. Cam shaft

B. Rocker shaft

C. Crank shaft

D. Valve guard
26. The value of allowable stresses which are
generally used in practice for main transmitting
shaft is

A. 282 kg/cm^2

B. 423 kg/cm^2

C. 599 kg/cm^2

D. 620 kg/cm^2
27. The value of allowable stresses which are
generally used in practice for line shafts carrying
pulleys is

A. 150 kg/cm^2

B. 282 kg/cm^2

C. 423 kg/cm^2

D. 550 kg/cm^2
28. The value of allowable stresses which are
generally used in practice for small, short shafts,
countershafts is.

A. 282 kg/cm^2

B. 599 kg/cm^2

C. 650 kg/cm^2

D. 750 kg/cm^2
29. Torsional deformation in transmission shafts
should be limited to _____ in 20 diamteres.

A. 1°

B. 2°

C. 3°

D. 4°
30. Lateral deflection caused by bending should
not exceed

A. 0.001 in. per foot of length

B. 0.005 in. per foot of length

C. 0.01 in. per foot of length

D. 0.05 in. per foot of length


31. Front axle should be live and

A. weak

B. Dead

C. strong

D. None of these
32. The steering is coupled to the two front
wheels by means of a

A. Connecting rod

B. Tie rod

C. Push rod

D. Spindle
33. In the overdrive transmission system the
rotation speed of _____ rest higher than that of
the engine’s speed

A. Main shaft

B. Crank shaft

C. Propeller shaft

D. Machine shaft
34. A slip joint _____ the length of the propeller
shaft.

A. increases

B. decreases

C. Keeps appropriate

D. None of the above


35. The transmission system incorporates clutch,
gear box, and propeller shaft and.

A. brake

B. differential

C. Steering

D. Main shafting
36. The lay shaft moves _____ the primary shaft.

A. Equal to

B. More than

C. Less than

D. In the gear ratio


37. The main shaft is lifted _____ the lay shaft.

A. before

B. After

C. Parallel to

D. Adjacent to
38. In the top gear, the rotational speeds of
_____ remain the same.

A. Primary and lay shafts

B. Main and lay shafts

C. Primary and main shafts

D. Secondary and main shafts


39. The primary and lay shafts rotate in ____
direction.

A. In the same

B. different

C. reverse

D. None of the above


40. It is an integral part of a machine

A. Spindle

B. Axle

C. Countershaft

D. Machine shaft
41. Stresses in shaft are analyzed through.

A. torsional

B. bending

C. axial

D. All of these
42. What is the standard stock length?

A. 16 ft

B. 20 ft

C. 24 ft

D. All of the above


43. Centrifugal separators that operate a speeds
_____ also employ these flexible shafts.

A. 1000 to 3000 rpm

B. 5000 to 10000 rpm

C. 15000 to 30000 rpm

D. 20000 to 50000 rpm


44. Which of the following materials is used for
shafting?.

A. AISI 3240

B. AISI 3150

C. AISI 4063

D. AISI 33000
45. The process of redistributing the mass
attached to rotating body in order to reduce the
vibrations arising from a centrifugal force.

A. Shaft coupling

B. Shaft balancing

C. shaft hooper

D. Stator balancing
46. In many cases the _____ of the shaft is
important design fracture.

A. deflection

B. rigidity

C. size

D. strength
47. Commercial shafting is made of.

A. Low carbon steel

B. Cats iron

C. brass

D. bronze
48. What is the most common material for
shafting?

A. Wrought iron

B. Cast iron

C. Mild steel

D. aluminum
49. Cold drawing produces a _____ shaft that
hot rolling, but with higher residual stresses.

A. weaker

B. stronger

C. harder

D. None of the above


50. Allowable stresses in shear equal to _______
are common design of a shaft.

A. 3000 to 5000 psi

B. 4000 to 6000 psi

C. 5000 to 8000 psi

D. 6000 to 10000 psi


Part D
1. A type of coupling that allows slight amount
of torsional angular flexibility due to
introduction with some elastic material
cylindrically wrapped around the bolts in the
flange.
A. Simple elastic bonded coupling

B. Elastic material bushed coupling

C. Elastic materials bonded coupling

D. All of these
2. Which of the following keys that is square or
flat and tapered with head?

A. Pin key

B. Saddle key

C. Gib-head keys

D. None of the above


3. What are considered as the most common
keys?

A. Flat keys

B. Square keys

C. Saddle keys

D. A & B above
4. A key may either be straight or tapered. It is
usually a drive fit.

A. Pin key

B. Saddle key

C. Gib - head key

D. None of these
5. A key with one of several patented methods
of keying is driven or pressed into a hole that is
small enough to close the slit, assembled in
radial direction.
A. Fit key

B. Saddle key

C. Roll pin

D. Pin key
6. Kennedy keys are also known as

A. Tangential keys
B. Normal keys
C. Saddle keys
D. Roll pin
7. A key that allows the hub to move along the
shaft but prevents the rotation of the shaft.

A. Woodruff keys
B. Feather keys
C. Gibbs keys
D. Square key
8. Which of the following type of fits used for
involute spline?

A. Close fit
B. Press fit
C. Sliding fit
D. All of these
9. Used for permanents fits and are similar to
involute splines except that the pressure angle is
14.5 degrees.

A. Separation load
B. Stub serrations
C. Spline Shaft
D. Involute Serrations
10. In the case of a knuckle joint, the pin is
most likely to fail in.

A. Compression
B. Shear
C. Tension
D. Double shear
11. In case of sunk key,

A. The key is cut in both shaft and hub


B. The key way is cut in hub only
C. The key way is cut in shaft only
D. The key way is helical along the shaft
12. Splined shafts are generally for.

A. Aircraft
B. Automobiles
C. Bicycles
D. Machine tools
13. Splines are used when

A. The power to be transmitted is low


B. The power to be transmitted is high
C. The torque is high
D. Axial relative motion between shaft and hub
is necessary
14. Which key is normally used in wrist
watches?

A. Kennedy keys
B. Sunk key
C. Tangent keys
D. None of the above
15. If a square key and shaft are to be of the
same material and of equal strength the length
of key would be equal to

A. D
B. 0.75D
C. 1.2D
D. 1.5D
16. A type of key that is used in self- aligning
machine key made by a side milling cutter in the
form of a segment of a disk.

A. Kennedy key
B. Saddle key
C. Tangent key
D. Woodruff key
17. A female mating member that forms a
groove in the shaft to which the key fits.

A. Key path
B. Key way
C. Key holder
D. Key hole
18. A square taper key fitted into a keyway of
square section and driven from opposite ends of
the hub is known as

A. Barth key
B. Feather key
C. Kennedy key
D. Saddle key
19. A machine member employed at the
interface of a pair of mating male and female
circular cross – sectioned members to prevent
relative angular motion between these mating.
A. Keyway
B. Key
C. Constant key
D. Variable key
20. A leather key is one of the following types of

A. Sunk
B. Tapered
C. Parallel
D. Tangent
21. Permanent keys made integral with the
shaft and fitting into key ways broached into the
mating hub.

A. Square keys
B. Splines
C. Woodruff keys
D. Kennedy keys
22. A type of square key with bottom two
corners beveled is called

A. Flat key
B. Feather key
C. Barth key
D. Woodruff key
23. The bearing load on feather keys should not
exceed

A. 600psi
B. 800psi
C. 1000psi
D. 1200psi
24. The two keys are angularly spaced

A. 45°
B. 60°
C. 75°
D. 90°
25. The three keys are angularly spaced

A. 60°
B. 90°
C. 120°
D. 180°
26. The permissible crushing stress is about
________ times the permissible shear stress

A. 1.5
B. 1.7
C. 1.9
D. 1.10
27. Practical considerations required that the
hub length should be at least _______ to obtain
a good grip.

A. 1.2D
B. 1.5D
C. 1.7D
D. 1.9D
28. For three keys, a ________ percent overload
often is used.

A. 10
B. 15
C. 20
D. 25
29. A pin that is cylindrical in shape with a head
on one end and a radial through hole in the
other end.

A. Clevis pins
B. Taper pins
C. Dowel pins
D. Taper pins
30. Used for the attachment of levers, wheels
and similar devices onto shafts for light duty
service.

A. Clevis pins
B. Cotter pins
C. Dowel pins
D. Taper pins
31. The key fits mating grooves in the shaft and
mating member is called

A. Key way
B. Key path
C. Key hole
D. None of these
32. Used as couplings, or in addition to
overload, where there is danger of injury to
machines or to material in process.

A. Flange couplings
B. Involute serrations
C. King pins
D. Shear pins
33. A coupling that transmits power via the
frictional forces induced by pulling the flanges
toward each other over slotted tapered sleeves
is known as
A. Flange coupling
B. Flange compression coupling
C. Ribbed compression coupling
D. Rigid coupling
34. What is used for absorbing some shock and
vibration that may appear on one shaft and of
preventing the occurrence of reversed stresses
caused by the shaft deflecting at the coupling.
A. Flange coupling
B. Flexible coupling
C. Rigid coupling
D. None of these
35. For a single Hooke’s coupling the shaft
angle should not be greater than

A. 10°
B. 12°
C. 15°
D. 30°
36. A universal coupling is

A. A rigid coupling
B. A type of flange coupling
C. Used for collinear shafts
D. Used for non – collinear shafts
37. A flange coupling is

A. Flexible
B. Used for collinear shafts
C. Used for non collinear shafts
D. Used only on small shafts rotating at low
speed
38. In flange coupling the weakest element
should be the

A. Bolts
B. Flange
C. Key
D. Shaft
39. In flange coupling the flange bolts are designed
for

A. Fatigue
B. Shear forces
C. Compression
D. Tensile forces
40. Which of the following mechanical devices is
used for uniting or connecting parts of a mechanical
system?

A. Coupling
B. Keys
C. Splines
D. Flexible couplings
41. A coupling that employs a fluid to provide
angular flexibility between the input and output
shafts

A. Rigid coupling
B. Flexible coupling
C. Hydraulic coupling
D. Oldham coupling
42. Which of the following type of coupling is used
with collinear shafts

A. Collar coupling
B. Rigid coupling
C. Flexible coupling
D. Hydraulic coupling
43. A type of coupling used to connect shafts that
have lateral misalignment

A. Compression coupling
B. Collar coupling
C. Chain coupling
D. Oldham coupling
44. A coupling that is composed of two slotted
members, which are connected by a continuous
steel spring, and lies in the slots

A. Ajax coupling
B. Falk coupling
C. Lord coupling
D. Slip coupling
45. Shaft couplings are used in machinery for several
purposes. The most common purpose of shaft
coupling is

A. To provide for the connection of shafts of units


that are manufactured separately
B. To provide for misalignment of the shafts
C. To reduce the transmission of shock loads from
one shaft to another
D. All of the above
46. Typical hub length falls between _________
where D is the shaft diameter

A. 1.2D and 1.8D


B. 1.25D and 2.4D
C. 1.30D and 2.5D
D. 1.35D and 3.0D
47. The diameter of the large end of the pin should
be _______the shaft diameter

A. 1/4
B. 1/3
C. 1/2
D. 3/2
48. The most common type of sliding action fastener
and is widely used on doors is the

A. Pawl fastener
B. Magnetic fastener
C. Sliding latch
D. Screw fastener
49. When the key is not fitted on all four sides
experience has shown that, the permissible crushing
stress is about __________ times the permissible
shear stress

A. 1.3
B. 1.5
C. 1.7
D. 1.9
50. The mechanical fastening that connects shafts
together for power transmission

A. Coupling
B. Key
C. Splines
D. None of the above
Threaded Members
Part E
1. Top surface joining two sides of thread in screw is
known as

A. Pitch
B. Top flank
C. Top land
D. Crest
2. Screw thread projecting from a cylindrical surface
is a

A. Thread series
B. Thread shear
C. Straight thread
D. Taper thread
3. The conical surface at the starting end of the
thread is called

A. Pitch cone
B. Chamfer
C. Crest
D. Flute
4. The surface connecting the crest and roots of the
screw thread

A. Lead angle
B. Length of engagement
C. Top land
D. Flank
5. The theoretical profile of the thread for a length
of one pitch in the axial plane on which design forms
of both the external threads are based

A. Basic form of thread


B. Effective thread
C. Basic profile of thread
D. Design form of external thread
6.The top and bottom land for gears is similar
formed as to crest and ______ for screw thread

A. Flank
B. Root
C. Flank tooth
D. Top land
7. Some experiments made at Cornell University
showed that experience mechanic could bread a
_______ bolt due to nut tightening

A. 3/8 inch
B. 5/8 inch
C. ½ inch
D. 7/16 inch
8. The angle included between the sides of the
thread measured in an axial plane in a screw thread

A. Angle of thread
B. Angle between thread or 40 deg
C. Helix angle thread
D. Half angle thread
9. Length of contact between two mating parts in a
screw and nut thread measured axially is called

A. Arc of contact
B. Depth of engagement
C. Length of engagement
D. Axis of contact
10. Major and minor diameters are commonly used
in

A. Screw thread
B. Bolt
C. Gear
D. All of these
11. Nominal diameter of bolts is the

A. Major diameter
B. Minor diameter
C. Stress area
D. Mean diameter
12. A ________ is a kind of thread in which the
width of the thread and the space between threads
are approximately equal

A. Square thread
B. Acme thread
C. Buttress thread
D. Whit worth thread
13. A kind of thread that is generally used

A. UNEC
B. UNC
C. UNF
D. UNEF
14. A type of bolt commonly used in the
construction that is threaded in both ends

A. Stud bolt
B. Acme threaded bolt
C. Square threaded bolt
D. Hex bolt
15. A hand tool used to measure tension in bolts

A. Shaver
B. Tachometer
C. Tensor
D. Torque wrench
16. One of the following is not a tap used for ctting
threads in holes

A. Tapping tap
B. Plug tap
C. Taper tap
D. Bottoming tap
17. Type of bolt intended for use in bolting wooden
parts together or wood to metal. It has a short
portion of shank just underneath a round head,
which is designed to keep the bold from turning in
the wood when the nut is tightened

A. U-bolt
B. Carriage bolt
C. Eye bolt
D. Stud bolt
18. A cylindrical bar or steel with threads formed
around it and grooves or flutes running lengthwise in
it, intersecting with the threads to form cutting
edges. It is used to cut internal threads

A. Groove
B. Lap
C. Tap
D. Flute
19. A kind of bolt, which has no head but instead has
threads on bolt ends

A. Stud bolt
B. Acme threaded bolt
C. Square bolt
D. Hex bolt
20. Refers to the diameter of the imaginary cylinder
that bounds the crest of an external thread

A. Mean diameter
B. Stress diameter
C. Minor diameter
D. Major diameter
21. The distance in inches a screw thread advances
axially in one turn

A. Lead
B. Circular pitch
C. Pitch
D. Mean pitch
22. Which of the following type of threads
recommended for general use?

A. UNC
B. UNEF
C. UNF
D. NC
23. It is frequently used in automotive and aircraft
work

A. UNC
B. UNEF
C. UNF
D. NC
24. Which of the following type of threads are useful
in aeronautical equipment?

A. UNC
B. UNEF
C. UNF
D. NC
25. It is used on bolts for high-pressure pipe flanges,
cylinder head studs etc.

A. UNC
B. UNEF
C. UNF
D. 8UN
26. Refers to a screw fastening with a nut on it

A. Bolt
B. Fastener
C. Rivet
D. None of these
27. Which one that has no nut and turns into a
threaded hole?

A. Rivet
B. Screw
C. Stud bolt
D. U-bolt
28. Refers to an old name for an unfinished through
bolt, comes with a square

A. Coupling bolt
B. Machine bolt
C. Stud bolt
D. Automobile bolt
29. Which type of bolt that finished all over, usually
having coarse threads?

A. Coupling bolt
B. Machine bolt
C. Stud bolt
D. Automobile bolt
30. A type of bolt distinguished by a short portion of
the shank underneath the head being square or
finned or ribbed

A. Carriage bolt
B. Coupling bolt
C. Machine bolt
D. Stud bolt
31. It is a type of bolt threaded on both ends that
can be used where a through bolt is impossible

A. Carriage bolt
B. Coupling bolt
C. Machine bolt
D. Stud bolt
32. A cheap variety of bolt was made in small sizes

A. Stud bolt
B. Carriage bolt
C. Stove bolt
D. Mini bolt
33. A large wood screw is used to fasten machinery
and equipment to a wooden base

A. Lag screw
B. Log screw
C. Wood screw
D. None of these
34. The length of contact in a tapped hole should be
a minimum of about ________ for cast iron

A. D
B. 1.5D
C. 1.2D
D. 2D
35. When the location of bolt is such that it would
normally be shear, it is better practice to use a

A. Dummy bolt
B. Mid-pins
C. Crank pins
D. Dowel pins
36. A locking device used to maintain pressure
between the threads of the bold and nut

A. Gasket
B. Lock nuts
C. Lock washer
D. Lock out
37. The crest diameter of a screw thread is the same
as

A. Major diameter
B. Pitch diameter
C. Minor diameter
D. None of the above
38. Turn buckle has

A. Left hand threads on both ends


B. Left hand threads on one end and right hand
threads on the other end
C. Right hand threads on both ends
D. No threads
39. The diameter of a washer is generally

A. Equal to the diameter of bolt


B. Slightly more than the diameter of the bolt
C. Slightly less that the diameter of the bolt
D. Of any sizes that suits the application
40. The stress concentration is maximum at
________ in a standard coarse thread

A. All over the surface


B. Flank
C. Root
D. Top surface
41. Elastic nut is a locking device that has

A. One small nut is tightened over main nut and


main nut tightened against smaller one
loosening, creating friction jamming
B. A slot is cut partly in middle of nut partly in
middle of tightening of screw
C. Hard fiber on nylon cotter is recessed in the nut
and becomes threaded as the nut is screwed on
the bolt causing a tight grip
D. Through slots are made at top and a cotter pin is
passed through these and a hole in the bolt and
cotter pin splitted and bent in reverse direction
at other end
42. Foundation bolts of specified size should be used
and surrounded by a pipe sleeve with an inside
diameter of a lest _______ times the diameter of the
anchor bolt

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
43. Foundation bolts should be at least ______ times
the diameter if the anchor bolt

A. 12
B. 14
C. 16
D. 18
44. No foundation bolts shall be less than ________
mm diameter

A. 10
B. 12
C. 14
D. 16
45. Anchor bolts should be embedded in concrete at
least _______ times the bolt diameter

A. 10
B. 20
C. 30
D. 40
46. The screw thread commonly used for
transmission of motion is one of the following types
of ________ threads

A. Acme
B. Vee
C. Knuckle
D. British association
47. The spindle of bench vises are usually provided
with

A. Buttress threads
B. Square threads
C. Acme threads
D. V-threads
48. Any device used to connect or joint more
components

A. Bolt
B. Screw
C. fastener
D. None of the above
49. When the threads are of opposite hand, the
driven screw moves rapidly is known as

A. Bearing screw
B. Compound screw
C. Differential screw
D. Set screw
50. The threaded length is about ______ times the
diameters

A. 1.25
B. 1.5
C. 1.8
D. 2.0