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# Past Year Questions: Machining Process

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QUESTION: 1

Solution:

QUESTION: 2

### If in a turning operation both the feed rate and the nose radius are doubled the surface finish value will be [ME 1987]

Solution:

High of surface roughness be doubled means surface finished hill be decreased by 50%

QUESTION: 3

### The ideal cutting fluid for low speed machining of metals should be one which [ME 1988]

Solution:

Function of cutting fluid
(1) Cooling
(2) Lubrication
(3) Cleaning
(4) Save from external contamination.

QUESTION: 4

Cutting speed in grinding is set to a high value to

[ME 1988]

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Pure metal pose machinability problem in turning operations. The reason is the

[ME 1988]

Solution:

Pure metals are ductile, produces long & continuous chip

QUESTION: 6

If the longitudinal feed in centreless grinding is expressed by Vf = πDN sinα, D stands for

[ME 1990]

Solution:

QUESTION: 7

For cutting double start screw threads of pitch 1.0 mm on a lathe, the thread cutting tool should have a feed rate of

[ME 1991]

Solution:

Pitch = 1mm
Start = Double Start
Feed rate = 2 × 1 = 2 mm/res.

QUESTION: 8

A milling cutter having 10 teeth is rotating at 100 rpm. The table feed is set at 50-mm per minute. The feed per tooth in mm is

[ME 1991]

Solution:

ft = 0.05 mm

QUESTION: 9

A milling cutter having 8 teeth is rotating at 150 rpm. If the feed per tooth is 0.1 mm, the speed in mm per minute is

[ME 1993]

Solution:

F = ft ZN
= 0.1 × 8 × 150
F = 120mm/min

QUESTION: 10

A grinding wheel A 27 K 7 V is specified for finish grinding of a HSS cutting tool. What do you understand about the wheel from the above code.
Is this an appropriate choice?

[ME 1994]

Solution:

Grain size is given for rough cut.
27 → rough cut

QUESTION: 11

Cutting power consumption in turning can be significantly reduced by

[ME 1995]

Solution:

By increasing the back rake angle the drag between chip & tool decreased hence cutting power consumption decreased.

QUESTION: 12

Among the conventional machining processes, maximum specific energy is consumed in

[ME 1995]

Solution:

Grinding because of smaller chips, large cutting area.

QUESTION: 13

Plain milling of mild steel plates produces

[ME 1995]

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Abrasive material used in grinding wheel selected for grinding ferrous alloys is

[ME 2000]

Solution:

Less chance of wheel wear. Other wise all other to ferrous material.

QUESTION: 15

A conventional lathe and a CNC lathe are under consideration for machining a given part. The relevant data are shown below:

The machine preferred for producing 100 pieces is

[ME 2000]

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

The hardness of a grinding wheel is determined by the

[ME 2002]

Solution:

Bond strength gives the hardness of wheel for soft material strong bond material is used for hard material soft bond material is used.

QUESTION: 17

The time taken to drill a hole through a 25 mm thick plate with the drill rotating at 300 rpm and moving at a feed rate of 0.25 mm/rev is

[ME 2002]

Solution:

T = 20 sec

QUESTION: 18

Cutting tool is much harder than the workpiece.Yet the tool wears out during the tool-work interaction, because

[ME 2014,Set-3]

Solution:

Metal cutting takes place in plastic deformation zone where work hardening takes place as chip get strained.

QUESTION: 19

Better surface finish is obtained with a large rake angle because

[ME 2014,Set-4]

Solution:

As rake angle increase shear plane decreases so smaller force one required so smooth machining operation

QUESTION: 20

The length, width and thickness of a steel sample are 400 mm, 410 mm, 40 mm and 20 mm, respectively. Its thickness needs to be uniformly reduced by 2 mm in a single pass by using horizontal slab miling. The miling cutter (diameter : 100 mm, width ; 50 mm) has 20 teeth and rotates at 1200 rpm. The feed per tooth is 0.05 mm. The feed direction is along the length of the sample. If the over-travel distance is the same as the approach distance, the approach distance and time taken to complete the required machining task are :

[ME 2019,Set-1]

Solution:

Depth of cut ⇒ (d = 2 mm) Milling cutter,
D = 100 mm
W = 50 mm
Z = 20 tooth,
N = 1200 rpm
ft = 0.05 mm/tooth rev
f = z x ft
= 20 x 0.05 mm/rev
= 1 mm/rev
Over travel = Approach (A)

Total length covered by tool
L + 2A = 400 + 2 x 14 = 428 mm
Time for one pass,

= 21.4 second

QUESTION: 21

Assertion (A): Single start threads are used for fastening purposes.
Reason (R): Single start threads are easier to produce in a lathe.

[PI 1990]

Solution:

QUESTION: 22

A drilling machine has to be designed with 8 spindle speeds ranging approximately between 120 to 1200 rpm. The 5th spindle speed is

[PI 1991]

Solution:

Nmin = 120 Nmax = 1200
N = 8

QUESTION: 23

In a grinding wheel marked with AA-48-L-7-V25, L refers to

[PI 1992]

Solution:

QUESTION: 24

Find the speed range ratio for the drilling machine spindle if the minimum and maximum diameters of drills used are 5 mm and 25 mm respectively and if the machinability indices for the work materials are 120 (brass) and 40 (alloy steel)

[PI 1992]

Solution:
QUESTION: 25

If the index crank of a dividing head is turned through one complete revolution and 10 holes in a 30 hole Circle plate, the workpiece turns through (in degrees)

[PI 1992]

Solution:

By one complete revolution of indexing crank the work piece turned through = 360/40 = 9
and by 1/3 Rotation 9/3 = 9
total rotation or turn of workpiece = 9 + 3 = 12°

QUESTION: 26

A grinding wheel is said to be glazed if

[PI 1995]

Solution:

Glazing is when hard material is grounded by hard wheel.

QUESTION: 27

A side and face cutter 125 mm diameter has 10 teeth. If operates at a cutting speed of 14 m/ min with a table traverse 100 mm/min the feed per tooth of the cutter is

[PI 2002]

Solution:

D = 125 mm Z = 10 teeth V = 14 m/min
F = 100 m/min

ft = 0.25 mm/tooth

QUESTION: 28

During turning of a low carbon steel bar with TiN coated carbide insert, one needs to improve surface finish without sacrificing material removal rate. The achieve improved surface finish one should

[PI 2010]

Solution:

By increasing nose radius, surface finish increases.

QUESTION: 29

The binding material used in cemented carbide cutting tools is

[PI 2011]

Solution:

Cobalt used as a binding agent in cemented carbide tool. which increases the grain size transverse rapture strength increases & hot hardness decreases.

QUESTION: 30

Grinding ratio is defined as Volume of wheel wear

Solution: