Test: Production (Level I) - 1


25 Questions MCQ Test Mechanical Engineering SSC JE (Technical) | Test: Production (Level I) - 1


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QUESTION: 1

The following types of materials are usually the most ductile

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QUESTION: 2

Pure iron is the structure of

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QUESTION: 3

Gamma iron exits at following temperature

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QUESTION: 4

The crystal of alpha iron is

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QUESTION: 5

The percentage of carbon in pig iron varies from

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Pig iron contains at least 92% Fe and has a very high carbon content, typically 3.5 - 4.5%.

QUESTION: 6

Pig iron is the name given to

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QUESTION: 7

The unique property of cast iron is its high

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QUESTION: 8

In grey cast iron, carbon is present in the form of

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QUESTION: 9

Sulphur in pig iron tends to make it

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Presence of sulfur tends to make iron hard and produces unsound castings. Wrought iron and steel produced from iron containing sulfur makes wrought iron and steel to be brittle when heated

QUESTION: 10

Iron is

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QUESTION: 11

Chilled cast iron has

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QUESTION: 12

'Killed steels' are those steels

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QUESTION: 13

Hardness of steel depends on

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Depending on the temperature and composition of the steel, it can be hardened or softened.
To make steel harder, it must be heated to very high temperatures.
The final result of exactly how hard the steel becomes depends on the amount of carbon present in the metal.

QUESTION: 14

Corrosion resistance of steel is increased by addition of

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QUESTION: 15

Railway rails are normally made of

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QUESTION: 16

Eutectoid steel contains following percentage of carbon

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QUESTION: 17

Basic constituents of Monel metal are

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QUESTION: 18

German silver is an alloy of

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QUESTION: 19

Solder is an alloy consisting of

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Actuallly there were two types of solder tin-lead alloy and tin copper alloy.Due restrictions in several countries only tin-copper solder is in use now.

QUESTION: 20

Cyaniding is the process of

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QUESTION: 21

Weld decay is the phenomenon found with

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QUESTION: 22

Carbon in iron is an example of

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QUESTION: 23

Amorphous material is one

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QUESTION: 24

An example of amorphous materials is

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QUESTION: 25

Which of the following parameters is/are false for steel?

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