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# Test: Riveted Joints

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Machine Design | Test: Riveted Joints

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QUESTION: 1

### Which of the following isn’t a main part of rivet?

Solution:

Explanation: There aren’t any threads in rivets.

QUESTION: 2

### A rivet is specified as a 20mm rivet. What does it mean?

Solution:

Explanation: Terminology is this way.

QUESTION: 3

### In hand riveting die is a part of hammer.

Solution:

Explanation: Die is a part of hammer in machine riveting.

QUESTION: 4

In hot riveting the shank portion is subjected to compressive stress.

Solution:

Explanation: It is subjected to tensile stress as the head rests against the connected members to prevent reduction in length.

QUESTION: 5

The amount by which the two rods to be joined are drawn together is called as?

Solution:

Explanation: Draw measures the amount of distance advancing after which spigot rests on socket.

QUESTION: 6

Two steel rods connected by cotter joint are subjected to 50 kN load each. What is the minimum diameter required of the rods? (Given: Yielding Stress= 400N/mm² ; Factor of Safety=6)

Solution:

Explanation: d=√(4P/πσ) where σ= Yielding Stress/F.S ; d=30.90mm or 31 mm.

QUESTION: 7

Among punching and drilling, which is cheaper?

Solution:

Explanation: Drilling has more accuracy and is more expensive.

QUESTION: 8

Among punching and drilling, punching is safer.

Solution:

Explanation: Punching injures the metal in the vicinity of the hole.

QUESTION: 9

Riveting is not recommended for aluminium alloys.

Solution:

Explanation: Aluminium alloys have poor weldability and hence riveting is preferred.

QUESTION: 10

In joining steel plate and asbestos, welding is preferred over riveting.

Solution:

Explanation: Riveting is preferred in joining heterogeneous materials.