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END TERM EXAMINATION

B.Tech, I Year Autumn Semester


December 2005
Time: 3 hours
Subject: Basic Manufacturing Processes
Maximum Marks: 40
Paper Code: (ME 103)
Instruction for candidate:
1. Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any five out of seven
remaining question.
2. All question other than question number 1 carry equal marks.

1. Find out the most appropriate answer [1/2x10=5]


a) The ability of a material to be flattened into thin sheets without cracking is
i) Hardness ii) Malleability iii) Ductility iv) Plasticity.
b) The ratio of direct stress to volumetric strain is known as
i) Young's modulus of elasticity ii) Shearing modulus
iii) Bulk modulus iv) Poisson's ratio
c) The flux commonly used in brazing
i) Zinc chloride ii) Ammonium chloride iii) Rosin iv) Borax
d) Which statement is false
i) In soldering, melting point of filler metal is not greater than 400C
ii) Strength of brazed joint is greater than soldered joint.
iii) The heat conductivity of the metal must be high for the Oxy-acetylene flame
cutting.
iv) Rightward welding technique is used for thicker plates
e) The distance advanced by the tool for each revolution of the work is
i) Cutting speed ii) Feed iii) Depth of cut iv)Material removal rate
f) The operation of beveling the sharp end of a work piece is known as
i)Chamfering ii) Facing iii) Parting iv) Grooving
g) When the metal cavity is not completely filled because of insufficient
metal, the defect is known as
i) Cold shut ii) Pour shot iii) Hot tears iv) Blow holes
h) The sand particles adhere to the mould box surfaces by the property
called
i) Cohesiveness ii) Adhesiveness iii) Permeability iv) Flowability
i) The mechanical cutting of material without the formation of chips or the
use of burning or melting is called as
i) Forging ii) Shearing iii) Bending iv) Drawing
j) Tandem machine is used in
i) Press forging ii) Drawing iii) Roll forging iv) Upset forging

2. a) What do you mean by manufacturing process? What are the 5M of


manufacturing? Explain briefly. [2]
(b) Discuss the different engineering materials used in manufacturing. [5]
3. (a) What do you understand by the term gating system? Explain it with neat
sketch. , - [4]
(b) What are the main characteristics which a good moulding sand posses?
How these characteristics influence the performance of a moulding sand
during moulding and casting? [3]

4. (a) What are the common allowances provided on pattern and why? [3]
(b) What are the common defects of casting? Explain it. [4]

5. (a) Define the tool life. Give the Taylor's expression for tool life. [2]
(b) Explain with a neat sketch principal parts of a lathe. [5]

6. (a) Explain with a neat sketch principal parts of a planer. [4]


(b) Describe the main features of the following milling machines.
(i) Universal [1]
(ii) Omniversai [1]
(iii) Fixed bed plane [1]

7. (a) Explain the oxyacetylene flame cutting. How it is differ from the
oxyacetylene welding. [3]
(b) Explain with a neat sketch Gas metal arc welding GMAW. Discuss its
merits and demerits. [4]

8. (a) What do you mean by forging? Discuss the common forging processes.
[4]
(b) Explain the bar, tube and wire drawing operations.
End Term Examination
B. Tech, I Year Autumn Semester
Dec 2006
Time: 3 hours
Subject: Basic manufacturing processes
Max. Marks: 40
Paper Code: ME 103
Instructions to the candidate:
1. Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any five out of seven
remaining' questions.
2. All questions other than question number 1 carry equal marks.

1 State Whether the following Statement are True or False


Thread cutting tool is a multipoint tool. ::.;: .-s- , ",,'
Pipes can be manufactured by centrifugal casting.
Scrap of blanking is the work piece of piercing.
Deep drawing is used for'making wires.
The filler material, commonly used in soldering, is an alloy of tin and zinc.
Cast iron is weak in tension.
Arc blow is more in case of AC welding as compare to DC welding.
a ,..,t~ Sweep patterns are used for casting tiny objects.
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Failure of a material due to the repeated stress is known as brittle failure.


Down milling is also known as conventional milling.

2 (a) Describe with the help of stress strain diagram anyone method as a means of
evaluating the ductility of a material. [4]
.(b) Explain with suitable examples how steels are classified. [3]

3 (a) Describe Shell mould casting process with the help of a neat sketch. [4]
(b) Explain various sand casting defects and their causes. [3]

4 (a) Explain TIG arc welding with the help of neat sketch. What are its advantage and
disadvantages? Give its industrial application. [4]
'(b) Explalnwrtat do you understand by polarity in arc welding. [3J

5 How do you specify a lathe machine? Give a complete list of operation that can be
performed on a lathe machine with the help of suitable sketches. [2+5]

6 (a) What is extrusion? Explain hot and cold extrusion process with the help of neat
sketches. [5]
(b) What is primary difference between heading and upsetting? [2]

7 (a) Distinguish between welding and brazing.


(b) Explain different types of pattern allowances.
(c) What is the main function of electrode coating?
8 Write short notes on (Any two)
(i) Types of moulding sand.
(ii) Modes of material failures.
(iii) Types of welded joints.
END TERM EXAMINATION
Bi'I'ech, I Year Spring Semester
May 2006
Time: 3 hours
Subject: Basic Manufacturing Processes
. Maximum Marks: 40
Paper Code:ME -103
Instructions to the candidate:
1. Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any five out of seven remaining
questions.
2. All questions other than question number 1 carry equal marks.

1. Find out the most appropriate answer. [1I2x 10=5]


a) The ability of a material to resist indentation or surface abrasion
i. Hardness ii. Malleability iii. Ductility iv. Plasticity.
b) The ratio of lateral strain to longitudinal strain is known as
i. Young's modulus of elasticity ii. Shearing modulus
iii. Bulk modulus iv. Poisson's ratio
c) Which statement is true
i. E=3K(l +2/M) ii. E=9NKIN-3K iii. E=3K(1-M/2) iv.E=9NKIN+ 3K
d) The property of the sand to allow easy flow of gases and vapours through it, is
called
i. Permeability ii. Strength iii. Flowability iv. Refractoriness

e) Which sand is used to keep away the green sand from sticking to the pattern . i. Loam sand ii. Parting
sand iii. Core sand iv. Dry sand
f) The rotor of jet engine is machined by
i. T lathe ii. Wheel lathe iii. Shaper iv. Planer
g) The operation of cutting internal threads of small diameter is known as
i. Reaming ii. Tapping iii. Counter sinking iv. Knurling
h) In reverse polarity of DC arc welding
i. 113of heat energy is released at filler rod
ii 1/2 of heat energy is released at filler rod
iii 114 of heat energy is released at base metal
iv 1/3 of heat energy is released at base metal
i) At the neutral axis of bend
i. Maximum tensile stress
iii. Minimum tensile stress
ii. Maximum compressive stress
iv. Neither compressive nor tensile stress
j) Press brakes are used for
i. Forging ii. Bending iii. Drawing iv. Shearing

2. (a) What do you mean by manufacturing process? What are the 5M of


manufacturing? Explain briefly [2]
(b) A steel bar of rectangular cross-section 20 mm x l 0 mm is subjected to a pull of
20KN in the direction of its length. Taking E=0.2xl06 N/mm2 and m=1O/3,find
the length of the sides of the cross section and percentage decrease of area of
cross section. [5]
3. (a) What do you understand by the term gating system? Explain it with neat sketch.
[4]
(b) What are the common welding positions? [3]

4. (a) What are the common allowances provided on pattern and why?
(b) Discuss the different equipments used in gas welding.
[3]
[4]

5. (a) Explain with a neat sketch Submerged arc welding SAW. Discuss its merits and
demerits. [4J
(b) Explain with a neat sketch principal parts of a shaper. [3]

6. (a) What do you mean by soldering? Discuss soldering procedure with merits and
demerits [4]
(b) Discuss the different types of planer. [3]

7. (a) Discuss the different operations performed by lathe. [4]


(b) What is a definition of shearing? What measures can be employed to improve the
quality of sheared edge? What is the difference between piercing and blanking? [3]

8. (a) Discuss the different specifications oflathe.


(b) Discuss the common forging processes.