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1. What is the lightest known metal?

A. Mercury
B. Steel
C. Chromium
D. Aluminum

2. Material having high electrical resistance and should not
be used as conductor.

A. Magnesium
B. Copper
C. Nickel
D. Iron

3. The property that characterizes a materials ability to be
drawn into a wire is known as

A. Plasticity
B. Elasticity
C. Ductility
D. Utility

4. Stress relieving is also _____ for the purpose of reducing
internal stress of steel material/metal.

A. Quenching
B. Normalizing
C. Tempering
D. Drawing

5. A carbon content in the range of ____ in steel readily
responds to heat treatment.

A. 0.35 to 0.40% C
B. 0.28 to 0.30% C
C. 0.18 to 0.25% C
D. 0.12 to 0.15% C

6. It indicates how many times a volume of material is
heavier than an equal volume of water.

A. Specific gravity
B. Specific volume
C. Specific weight
D. Specific density

7. Nickel chromium molybdenum steel designation SAE
______.

A. 81xx
B. 74xx
C. 94xx
D. 64xx

8. Moment of inertia is also called

A. Modulus of elasticity
B. Weep strength
C. Radius of gyration
D. None of the above

9. It is hardening treatment whereby a cast metal is being
heated to a very high temperature then suddenly subject to
rapid cooling to improve hardenability of wear resistance is
called

A. Annealing
B. Normalizing
C. Tempering
D. Quenching

10. A good general purpose deoxidizer which promotes fined
grain in steel

A. Copper
B. Magnesium
C. Molybdenum
D. Silicon

11. Treatment process that produces a residual compressive
stress at the surface and residual tension on the inside that
results in considerable increase in fatigue strength for
members on torsion/bending is known

A. Partial quenching
B. Heavy oil quenching
C. Quenching
D. Shallow quenching

12. The flux that should be provided in soldering electrical
connection or commutator wires as it tends to corrode the
connections.

A. Sal ammoniac
B. Zinc chloride
C. Stearin
D. Acid fluxes

13. The characteristics of tool steel sustain shocks and
major impacts is due to its

A. Toughness
B. Stiffness
C. Ductility
D. Machinability

14. The application of electrical current to the corrosion
circuit to counter the corrosion reaction is called

A. Cathodic protection
B. Sacrificial anodes method
C. Chemical corrosion process
D. Galvanic action

15. A major component of cast steel is

A. Silicon
B. Iron
C. Manganese
D. Chromium

16. Normally, cast iron contains 2% carbon or more and
silicon in the range of ____%

A. 1 to 3
B. 1 to 4
C. 2 to 3
D. 1 to 6

17. The material for engine radiation is usually made of
_____.

A. Yellow brass
B. Silicon brass
C. Admiralty brass
D. Navy brass

18. A problem by-product used as an electrode in an
electric arc furnace melting operation is called

A. Anthracite coke
B. Foundry coke
C. Graphite electrodes
D. Bituminous coke

19. Which of the following does not effect the tensile
strength of steel?

A. Sulfur
B. Cobalt
C. Phosphorous
D. Boron

20. Alloy steel axle under repeated load/stress will
eventually fail if the load/stress is above the endurance for
the steel under consideration. The endurance limit of the
steel is

A. Equal to the allowable stress of the module of elasticity
B. Equal to half of the ultimate strength
C. Equal to module of elasticity
D. Equal to 80% of the elastic limit

21. Mirror finish has surfaces of ____rms.

A. 1
B. 2 to 8
C. 1 to 3
D. 2 to 5

22. Chromium steel to include heat and corrosion resistant
designation

A. SAE 56xx
B. SAE 511xx
C. SAE 61xx
D. SAE 9xx

23. Non metallic material of high melting temperature
being used as furnace lining.

A. Quartz bricks
B. Refractories
C. Silica sand
D. Dolomile clay bricks

24. In greater quantity, this element is harmful to the molten
ferrous metal.

A. Silica
B. Aluminum
C. Oxides
D. Sulfur

25. Silicon manganese steel designation, SAE___.

A. 72xx
B. 40xx
C. 92xx
D. 9xx

26. Cold drawing is also called _____.

A. Hard drawn
B. Oxidized steel
C. Cold lap steel
D. Strain hardening

27. The brittleness in steel at elevated temperature is known
as

A. Hard drawn
B. Cold lap
C. Red shortness
D. Residual stresses

28. Material may be stretched and still returns to its former
form/condition upon release of force is called

A. Plasticity
B. Modulus of elasticity
C. Ductility
D. Elastic limit

29. What is SAE specification number of molybdenum
chromium nickel?

A. 48xx
B. 47xx
C. 46xx
D. 45xx

30. Galvanized iron is term referring to iron coated with
_____.

A. Aluminum
B. Tin
C. Zinc
D. Manganese

31. A metal, which has high electrical conductivity but should
not be used for high temperature.

A. Silicon
B. Zinc
C. Chrome alloy
D. Carbide


32. It improves red hardness of steel.

A. Chromium
B. Cobalt
C. Boron
D. Lead


33. What is the SAE specification number of molybdenum?

A. SAE 2xxx
B. SAE 3xxx
C. SAE 4xxx
D. SAE 5xxx


34. Which does not belong to the group?

A. SAE
B. AISI
C. SEA
D. ASTM


35. It is the ability of the material to resist deformation under
stress.

A. Plasticity
B. Stiffness
C. Toughness
D. All of the above


36. Which of the following is not a structural class of steel?

A. High speed steel
B. Tool and die
C. Low carbon
D. High carbon


37. Continuous stretching under load even if the stress is
less than the yields point is known as

A. Plasticity
B. Elasticity
C. Creep
D. Ductility


38. Killed steel is always associated with

A. Silicon
B. Manganese
C. Phosphorous
D. Sulfur


39. The good deoxidizer in steel melting

A. Manganese
B. Silicon
C. Aluminum
D. All of the above


40. Good stabilizer in stainless steel is

A. Columbium
B. Titanium
C. Tantalum
D. All of the above


41. Metals are conductive because

A. The electrons are loosely bound to the nuclei and
therefore mobile
B. Having characteristics luster
C. They are on the left side of the periodic table
D. They have extra electrons as exhibited by normally
possible balance state


42. The yield strength of a rectangular yellow brass 65 to
70% Cu, 30 to 35% Zn can be increase/improve by ______.

A. Cold working
B. Tempering
C. Shill casting
D. Heat treatment


43. Used as cast condition steel casting with carbon content
less than ____ % C.

A. 0.26
B. 0.15 to 0.18
C. 0.20
D. 0.25


44. Liners are normally made of

A. Cast iron
B. Alloyed bronze
C. Alloyed steel
D. Alloyed aluminum


45. A furnace used in melting of non ferrous metals is
called

A. Cupola furnace
B. Crucible furnace
C. Induction furnace
D. Normalizing furnace


46. A furnace used in melting ferrous metalss

A. Annealing furnace
B. Tempering furnace
C. Induction furnace
D. Normalizing furnace


47. All are associated with standard material specified
except

A. American Iron and Steel Institute
B. Society of Automotive Engineers
C. Southeast Asia Iron and Steel Institute
D. American Society for Testing Material


48. The ability of the material to be deformed considerably
without rupture is called

A. Malleability
B. Elasticity
C. Ductility
D. Plasticity


49. Permanent deformation or strain may occur without
fracture is called

A. Malleability
B. Elasticity
C. Ductility
D. Plasticity


50. An alloy that improves strength of steel at high
temperature application.

A. Tungsten
B. Molybdenum
C. Chromium
D. All of the above


1. Metal that assists lubrication or lubricant in itself.

a. zinc
b. antimony
c. Babbitt
d. lead
2. The smallest area at the point of rupture of a tensile specimen divided
by the original area is called.

a. Percentage elongation
b. Izod test
c. Charpy test
d. Percentage reduction of area
3. All are associated with the grade of steel except.

a. SAE 43xx
b. SAE 13xx
c. SAE 10xx
d. SAE 74xx
4. Cold working of steel plates make the metal

a. tougher
b. More detail
c. harder
d. More malleable
5. The property that characterizes the materials ability to be drawn into a
wire called

a. ductility
b. Thermal conductivity
c. Tensile strength
d. Endurance limit
6. Normal stress relieving temperature for cast steel is

a. 200 to 350 F
b. 400 to 500 F
c. 300 to 400 F
d. 450 to 550 F
7. Most effective alloying element for reducing brittleness of steel at very
low temperature.

a. manganese
b. molybdenum
c. silicon
d. nickel
8. Ordinary steel begins to lose strength and elasticity significantly of about
what temperature.

a. 900 1000 F
b. 800 900 F
c. 700 850 F
d. 600- 700 F
9. For a high corrosion resistant stainless steel what minimum chromium
content is required?

a. 8%
b. 4.3%
c. 1.1%
d. 5.8%
10. A material that should be avoided in constructing wood pattern is
_____.

a. Sap wood
b. Klin dried wood
c. Heart wood
d. Core portion of wood
11. The gradual chemical reaction by other substance such that the metal
is converted to an oxide or other compounds.

a. corrosion
b. cheeping
c. rusting
d. weathering
12. What is the property of a material, which resist forces acting to pull the
material apart?

a. Shear strength
b. Tensile strength
c. Torsional strength
d. Compressive strength
13. What is the difference between brass and bronze?

a. Brass is composed of copper and zinc whole bronze is composed of
copper and tin.
b. Brass is composed of copper and zinc while bronze is basically copper
and tin plus non-ferrous alloy such as manganese, aluminum and
chromium.
c. Bronze is reddish in color while brass is a mixture of copper and
antimony.
d. Bronze is mostly an alloy of copper and tin while brass is a mixture of
copper and antimony.
14. A liquid metal is called ______.

a. mercury
b. lead
c. zinc
d. aluminum
15. Which of the following elements when large quantity is harmful to the
ferrous metal?

a. sulfur
b. silicon
c. zinc
d. aluminum
16. It has molybdenum alloy except _____.

a. SAE 43xx
b. SAE 41xx
c. SAE 6xxx
d. SAE 5xxx
17. Cast alloy steel for very high temperature application.

a. Manganese nickel steel casting
b. High chrome steel casting
c. Chrome nickel steel casting
d. High manganese casting
18. What heat treatment process can cast steel materials of high chrome
high manganese etc. be subjected for the purpose of machining process?

a. annealing
b. tempering
c. normalizing
d. quenching
19. Galvanize steel plate is

a. aluminum
b. tin
c. zinc
d. manganese
20. Major components of bronze casting is

a. copper
b. manganese
c. zinc
d. lead
21. Alloy steel known for its resistance to corrosion, abrasion and wear that
is usually ideal for mill grinding of ore in cement and concentrator
application. It is usually combined with molybdenum to increase the depth
hardening

a. Manganese chromium steel
b. Chromium moly steel
c. Chromium nickel moly steel
d. Manganese moly steel
22. Commonly utilized/cheapest shaft material available in the market with
carbon content of 0.28 to 0.34?

a. SAE 4132
b. SAE 4320
c. SAE 1030
d. SAE 4130
23. Heating of metal above the critical temperature and then cooling slowly
usually in the furnace to reduce the hardness and improve the
machinability is called.

a. normalizing
b. annealing
c. tempering
d. quenching
24. It is hardening treatment whereby a cast metal is being heated to a
very high temperature then suddenly subjected to rapid cooling to improve
hardenability or wear resistance is called

a. normalizing
b. tempering
c. annealing
d. quenching
25. SAE steel that responds to heat treatment.

a. SAE 1060
b. SAE 1117
c. SAE 1030
d. SAE 1020
26. A form of correction that develop on a highly localized area on a metal
surfaces.

a. crevice
b. erosion
c. galvanic
d. spitting
27. The deterioration of organic coating characterized as completely
______.

a. chalking
b. rusting
c. checking
d. fritting
28. The temperature above which the alloy is liquid and will run is known
as ____.

a. Melting point
b. Flow point
c. Pour point
d. Dew point
29. It refers to any layer or deposit of extraneous material on the heat
transfer surface.

a. Low line
b. Pressure drop
c. fouling
d. scaling
30. Steel containing large amount of mild nickel and chromium.

a. Carbon steel
b. Stainless steel
c. Alloy steel
d. Cast steel
31. The corrosion of iron or iron base alloys.

a. rusting
b. crazing
c. chalking
d. fritting
32. A corrosion occurs within or adjacent to a crevice formed by contact
with another piece of the same or another metal is called _____.

a. pitting
b. galvanic
c. erosion
d. crevice
33. An alloy of tin, copper, antimony, or sometimes lead.

a. Gold
b. Babbitt
c. aluminum
d. Cast iron
34. The cheapest and most abundant engineering material is ______.

a. aluminum
b. steel
c. Cast iron
d. babbitt
35. They are usually steel or steel casting

a. Mild steel
b. Carbon steel
c. Fire box steel
d. Drop forge - dies
36. An iron has physical properties closely resembling those of mild steel is
called.

a. Malleable cast iron
b. Malleable iron
c. White iron
d. Gray iron
37. An iron in which most of the carbon is chemically combined with the
iron is called

a. Cast iron
b. Gray iron
c. White iron
d. Malleable iron
38. Which of the following metals is non-magnetic?

a. Manganese steel
b. Cast steel
c. Alloy steel
d. Cast iron
39. Which of the following is not a kind of cast iron?

a. Gray iron
b. White iron
c. Malleable iron
d. Lead iron
40. Which of the following is not used to temper steel?

a. Oil bath
b. brine/ salt bath
c. Steam bath
d. Water bath
41. Which of the following metal is easy to chisel?

a. Alloy steel
b. Manganese steel
c. Stainless steel
d. Cast iron
42. Ferrous metals contain a relatively large amount of _______.

a. manganese
b. carbon
c. sulfur
d. phosphorous
43. Which of the following is not a classification of iron core?

a. siderite
b. hematite
c. sulfurite
d. magnetite
44. Stainless steel is obtained principally by the use of which of the alloying
elements?

a. chromium
b. nickel
c. carbon
d. tungsten
45. Which of the following metals will respond to heat treatment?

a. Cast iron
b. Wrought iron
c. Medium carbon steel
d. Low carbon steel
46. The property of steel, which resist indentation on penetration is called

a. hardness
b. elasticity
c. ductility
d. None of the above
47. The ability of metal to stretch band or twist without breaking or cracking
is called

a. elasticity
b. ductility
c. brittleness
d. plasticity
48. The ability of the material to return to its original state after being
elongated or distorted when the forces are released is called

a. elasticity
b. ductility
c. plasticity
d. creep
49. material, usually ceramics employed where resistance to very high
temperature is required, as for furnace linings and metal melting pots is
called

a. bricks
b. insulator
c. refractories
d. clay
50. Any material that retard the flow of electricity, used to prevent or
escape of electric current from conductors.

a. bricks
b. insulators
c. refractories
d. composite
1. HARDENING THE SURFACE IRON-BASED
ALLOYS BY HEATING THEN BELOW THE
MELTING POINT IN CONTACT WITH A
CARBONACEOUS SUBSTANCE
A. Carbonizing

B. Normalizing

C. Mar tempering

D. Hardening
2. A SPECIAL METAL FORMED WHEN TWO OR
MORE METALS ARE MELTED TOGETHER.
A. Monel

B. Alloy

C. Solder

D. Hastalloy
3. SUBJECTING A SUBSTANCE TO A HIGH
TEMPERATURE BELOW THE FUSION POINT
USUALLY TO MAKE IT FRIABLE
A. Calcination

B. Fusion

C. Boiling

D. Super heating
4. SUBSTANCES HAVING SUFFICIENT
CARBON AND/ OR HYDROGEN FOR CHEMICAL
OXIDATION TO PRODUCE EXOTHERMALLY,
WORTHWHILE QUANTITIES OF HEAT.
A. Lubrication

B. Graphite

C. Grease

D. Fuels
5. THE PRINCIPAL MATERIAL USED IN HIGH
PRODUCTION METAL WORKING TOOLS.
A. Hyper-Eutectoid

B. High speed steel

C. Lead

D. High speed carbon
6. THE SOFTENING OF HIGH METAL BY HEAT
TREATMENT AND MOST COMMONLY CONSIST
OF HEATING THE METAL UP TO NEAR MOLTEN
STATE AND COOLING IT VERY SLOWLY.
A. Annealing

B. Indexing

C. Knurling

D. Soldering
7. THE OPERATION OF COOLING A HEATED
PIECE OF WORK RAPIDLY BY DIPPING IT IN
WATER, BRINE OR OIL.
A. Quenching

B. Annealing

C. Tempering

D. Normalizing
8. A METALLIC ELEMENTS AND ONLY METAL
THAT IS LIQUID AT ORDINARY TEMPERATURE.
A. Aluminum

B. Mercury

C. Zirconium

D. ZInc
9. A METALLIC OF COPPER - TIN ALLOY.
A. Aluminum

B. Brass

C. Bronze

D. Chromium
10. AN ALLOY OF COPPER AND ZINC.
A. Aluminum

B. Brass

C. Bronze

D. Chromium
11. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A
CLASSIFICATION OF IRON ORE?
A. Hematite

B. Magnetite

C. Sulfurite

D. Siderite
12. A SOFT METAL, KNOWN SINCE ANCIENT
TIMES AS A PRECIOUS METAL WHICH ALL
MATERIAL VALUES ARE BASED.
A. Solids

B. Bronze

C. Gold

D. Austenite
13. AN AMORPHOUS SOLID MADE BY FUSING
SILICA WITH A BASIC OXIDE.
A. Pearlite

B. Rock

C. Silicon

D. Glass
14. A FINE GRAIN SALTY SILICA ROCK USED
FOR SHARPENING EDGE TOOLS.
A. Eutectoid

B. Austenite

C. Oilstone

D. Pearlite
15. A HIGHLY TRANSPARENT AND
EXCEEDINGLY HARD CRYSTALLINE STONE OF
ALMOST PURE CARBON IS CALLED.
A. Gold

B. Diamond

C. Bronze

D. Crystalline
16. THE COMMON DEOXIDIZER AND CLEANSER
OF STEEL FORMING OXIDES AND SULFATE
THAT ARE CARRIED OFF IN THE SLAG.
A. Manganese

B. Carbon

C. Tungsten

D. Sulfur
17. AN ALLOY COPPER, TIN AND SMALL
AMOUNT OF PHOSPHOROUS.
A. Chromium

B. Bronze

C. Brass

D. Aluminum
18. THE MATERIAL USED IN HIGH SPEED
PROCESSES.
A. High speed steel

B. Chromium

C. Cast iron

D. Carbon steel
19. A MATL THAT CAN WEAR AWAY A
SUBSTANCE SOFTER THAN ITSELF IS CALLED.
A. Abrasive

B. Corrosive

C. tungsten

D. alloy
20. THE PROCESS OF HEATING A PIECE OF
STEEL TO A TEMP. WITHIN OR ABOVE CRITICAL
RANGE AND COOING RAPIDLY.
A. Normalizing

B. Hardening

C. annealing

D. tempering
21. THE PROCESS OF CHECKING OR
PRODUCING CHECKERS ON THE SURFACE OF
A PIECE BY ROLLING CHECKERED
DEPRESSION INTO THE SURFACE IS CALLED.
A. Knurling

B. hemming

C. breading

D. embossing
22. A MATL USED IN SOFTENING A PIECE OF
METAL THAT IS TOO HARD TO MACHINE AND IS
DONE BY HEATING STEEL SLOWLY ABOVE THE
USUAL HARDENING TEMP. KEEPING IT AT THE
HEAT FOR -2HRS. THEN COOLING SLOWLY,
PREFERABLY IN A FURNACE
A. Broaching

B. Quenching

C. normalizing

D. Annealing
23. A MANGANESE STEEL CONTAINING
APPROX. 0.20% CARBON.
A. SAE 1320

B. SAE 1230

C. SAE 2340

D. SAE 4230
24. HEATING TO SOME 100F ABOVE THE
TRANSFORMATION RANGE WITH SUBSEQUENT
COOLING TO BELOW THAT RANGE IN STILL AIR
AT ROOM TEMP. TO PRODUCE UNIFORM
STRUCTURE OF THE METAL TERMED AS.
A. annealing

B. hardening

C. normalizing

D. tempering
25. HEATING TO A SUB-CRITICAL TEMP. ABOUT
1100F TO 1300F AND HOLDING AT THAT TEMP.
FOR A SUITABLE TIME FOR THE PURPOSE OF
REDUCING INTERNAL RESIDUAL STRESSES IS
CALLED.
A. annealing

B. hardening

C. tempering

D. Stress relieving
26. REHEATING TO TEMP. BELOW THE
TRANSFORMATION RANGE, FOLLOWED BY ANY
DESIRED RATE OF COOLING TO ATTAIN THE
DESIRED PROPERTIES OF THE METAL.
A. annealing

B. hardening

C. tempering

D. Stress relieving
27. THE EFFECT OF ALLOYING ZINC TO
COPPER.
A. To increase hardness

B. To increase strength and ductility if added up to 10-30%

C. To impart free-machining properties

D. To improve hardness and strength
28. POLYESTERS BELONG TO HE GROUP OF.
A. phenotics

B. Thermoplastic plastics

C. Thermosetting plastics

D. All of the above
29. THE IMPERFECTION IN THE CRYSTAL
STRUCTURE OF METAL IS KNOWN AS.
A. dislocation

B. Fracture

C. impurity

D. slip
30. THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENT THAT
CONTROLS THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF
STEEL IS
A. carbon

B. chromium

C. silicon

D. tungsten
31. THE PROCESS COMMONLY USED OVER
THERMO-PLASTIC MATLS IS.
A. Cold forming

B. Die casting

C. Injection molding

D. Shell molding
32. A SPACE LATTICE FOUND IN ALPHA-IRON IS
CALLED.
A. Body centered cubic space lattice

B. Close packed hexagonal space lattice

C. Face centered cubic space lattice

D. None of the above
33. A UNIT CELL THAT CONTAINS NINE ATOMS IS
KNOWN AS THE.
A. Body centered cubic space lattice

B. Close packed hexagonal space lattice

C. Face centered cubic space lattice

D. None of the above
34. A KNOOP INDENTER IS A DIAMOND GROUND
TO A ___________.
A. Cylindrical from

B. Needle form

C. Prismoidal form

D. Pyramidal form
35. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TIMBER IS
USED FOR SPORT GOODS?
A. Deodar

B. Mahogany

C. Mulberry

D. Sal
36. SUPER CONDUCTORS
A. Are non-crystalline

B. Are the purest form of metal

C. are the densest metals without voids

D. Exist at temp. below 10 degrees K
37. SELECT THE ONE THAT HAS HIGHEST
SPECIFIC GRAVITY.
A. aluminum

B. brass

C. High carbon steel

D. lead
38. FOR HEAVY LOADS IN AIRCRAFT BEARINGS
THE MATERIALS USED WITH LEAD TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF SEIZURE IS.
A. iron

B. silver

C. tin

D. zinc
39. AGE-HARDENING IS RELATED WITH.
A. Cast iron

B. Duralumin

C. German silver

D. Stainless steel
40. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING HAS HIGHEST
SPECIFIC STRENGTH OF ALL STRUCTURAL
MATERIALS?
A. Chromium alloys

B. Magnesium alloys

C. Titanium alloys

D. None of the above
41. ADDITION OF LEAD AND BISMUTH TO
ALUMINUM WILL PRODUCE
A. An improvement of casting characteristics

B. An improvement of corrosion resistance

C. One of the best known age and precipitation hardening system

D. An improvement in machinabiity
42. HASTALLOY CONTAINS
A. Aluminum and nickel

B. Copper and aluminum

C. Nickel and copper

D. Nickel and molybdenum
43. IN COMPRESSION, A PRISM OF BRITTLE
MATERIAL WILL BREAK
A. By forming a bulge

B. By shearing along oblique plane

C. In a direction along at the direction of load

D. Into large number of piece
44. THE MAXIMUM HARDENABILITY OF ANY
STEEL DEPENDS ON _______.
A. The alloying element present

B. The carbon content

C. The chemical composition

D. The grain size
45. STEEL WITH 0.8% CARBON AND 100%
PEARLITE IS KNOWN AS
A. austenite

B. eutectoid

C. Hyper-eutectoid

D. solidous
46. SUBSTANCE THAT CAN INCREASE THE
MACHINABILITY OF STEEL
A. phosphorous

B. Phosphorous and aluminum

C. Silicon and sulfur

D. Sulfur, graphite and aluminum
47. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF GRAY CAST
IRON IN TONS PER CM^2 IS OF THE ORDER OF
A. 3-5

B. 5-7

C. 7-10

D. 15-22
48. THE PRESENCE OF SULFUR IN PIG IRON
MAKES_______.
A. It brittle

B. It easily machinable

C. It hard

D. The casting unsound
49. THE HARDNESS OF STEEL INCREASE IF IT
CONTAINS _______.
A. Austenite

B. Pearlite

C. Stalactite

D. Martensite
50. WHICH ONE IS DIFFERENT FROM THE
GROUP?
A. Cyaniding

B. Nitriding

C. Flame hardening

D. Electroplating
1. THE PROCESS OF INCREASING THE CARBON
CONTENT SURFACE OF STEEL BY EXPOSING IT
TO HOT CARBONACEOUS MATERIAL ABOVE
THE TRANSFORMATION OF 1650 TO 1750F.
A. Carbonitriding

B. Case Hardening

C. Carburizing

D. Electroplating
2. IN THE SAE IDENTIFICATION CODE OF STEEL
SHAFTING THE 3
RD
AND 4
TH
DIGITS
REPRESENTS THE CONTENT OF
A. % of manganese in the steel

B. % of alloy

C. % of carbon content

D. % of chronium in the steel
3. IT IS ASSOCIATED WITH NICKEL STEEL.
A. Magnesium

B. Lead

C. Columbium

D. Tin
4. A NON-MAGNETIC METAL IS
A. Nodular iron

B. Manganese steel

C. Tungsten-molybdenum steel

D. All of these
5. IN SMALL QUANTITY THIS ALLOY IS
EFFECTIVE FOR IMPROVEMENT STRENGTH AT
HIGH TEMPERATURE
A. Chronium

B. Manganese

C. Selenium

D. Molybdenum
6. THE TYPE OF CARBON AND ALLOY USED IN
PRODUCTION OF PRECISION WORK TOOLS.
A. Chrome-manganese

B. Titanium

C. High speed steel

D. Chrome-molybdenum
7. IN POWDER METALLURGY, THE PROCESS OF
HEATING THE COLD PRESSED METAL POWDER
IS CALLED
A. deposition

B. granulation

C. precipitation

D. sintering
8. ELECRO-FORMING IS ESPECIALLY VALUABLE
FOR
A. Decorative items

B. Good conductors of electricity

C. Non-ferrous components

D. Thin walled parts requiring a high order of accuracy and internal surface finish
9. ALUMINUM ALLOYS FOR PRESSURE DIE
CASTING
A. Must possess considerable fluidity

B. Must not be free from shortness

C. Must have iron a one of the constituents

D. Must be light
10. IN CARBON STEEL CASTINGS
A. The percentage for alloying elements is controlled

B. The percentage of carbon is between 1.7% to 2%

C. The percentage of carbon is less than 1.7%

D. None of the above
11. IT HAS A POWERFUL SOFTENING EFFECT
ON CAST IRON AND ITS PRESSURE IN CAST
IRON REDUCES THE ABILITY OF THE IRON TO
RETAIN CARBON IN CHEMICAL COMBINATION.
A. Aluminum

B. Carbon

C. Silicon

D. Sulfur
12. CYANIDING IS THE PROCESS OF
A. Adding carbon and nitrogen by heat treatment of steel to increase its surface hardness

B. Dipping steel in cyanide bath

C. Obtaining cyanide salts

D. Reading steel surface with cyanide salts
13. AN ENGINEERS HAMMER IS MADE OF
A. Cast iron

B. High speed steel

C. Forged steel

D. Mild steel
14. A COLD CHISEL IS MADE OF
A. Cast iron

B. High carbon steel

C. High speed steel

D. Mild steela
15. EUTECTOID STEEL THE PERCENTAGE OF
CARBON IS
A. 0.02%

B. 0.30%

C. 0.03%

D. 0.80%
16. MACHINING PROPERTIES OF STEEL CAN BE
IMPROVED BY ADDING
A. chromium, nickel

B. silicon, aluminum, titanium

C. sulfur, lead, phosphorous

D. vanadium, aluminum
17. THE ABILITY OF MATERIAL TO ABSORB
ENERGY WHEN DEFORMED ELASTICALLY AND
TO RETURN IT WHEN UNLOADED IS KNOWN AS
A. creep

B. Fatigue strength

C. hardness

D. resilience
18. A DUCTILE FRACTURE IS CHARACTERIZED
BY
A. Appreciable plastic deformation prior to propagation of crack

B. Fragmentation into more than two pieces

C. Negligible deformation

D. Rapid rate for crack propagation
19. THE BEHAVIOR OF METALS WHERE IN
STRENGTH OF METAL IS INCREASED AND THE
DUCTILITY IS DECREASED ON HEATING AT A
RELATIVELY LOW TEMPERATURE AFTER COLD
WORKING.
A. clustering

B. Screw dislocation

C. Solid solution hardening

D. Strain aging
20. IF A MATERIAL RECOVERS ITS ORIGINAL
DIMENSIONS, WHEN THE LOAD IS REMOVED IT
IS CALLED
A. annealed

B. brittle

C. elastic

D. plastic
21. A BODY HAVING IDENTICAL PROPERTIES
ALL OVER IS CALLED
A. ductile

B. elastic

C. Homogeneous

D. Isentropic

22. POINTS OF ARREST OF IRON CORRESPOND
TO
A. Stages at which allotropic forms of change

B. Stages at which further heating does not increase temperature for sometime

C. Stages at which properties do not change with increase in temperature

D. There is nothing like points of arrest

23. Delta iron occurs at


a. Temperature above melting point

b. Temperature between 1400C and 1539C

c. Temperature between 1000C and 1400C

d. Room temperature


24. Gamma iron exists at the temperature range


a. Between 910C and 1400C

b. Between 1400C and 1539C

c. Near melting point

d. Room temperature


25. Ferromagnetic alpha iron exists in temperature range of


a. Below 723C

b. 700 910C

c. 1000 1440C

d. 1400 1539C


26. The mould for casting ferrous materials in continuous casting
process is made of


a. Low carbon steel

b. Medium carbon steel

c. High carbon steel

d. Copper


27. A silver refers to


a. The pointed location spot silver plated

b. The point on an instrument dial a reading beyond which may be
dangerous

c. The temperature at which silver melts

d. The temperature of equilibrium between solid silver and liquid
silver at normal atmospheric pressure


28. Piston compression rings are made of


a. aluminum

b. bronze

c. Cast iron

d. White metal


29. One of the materials used for making surface plate is


a. brass

b. granite

c. Stainless steel

d. wood

30. Cast iron contains _____ % carbon.


a. 0.05 to 0.30

b. 0.30 to 0.60

c. 0.60 to 1.30

d. 2 to 4


31. Tungsten in high speed steel imparts which of the following
characteristics?


a. Corrosion resistance

b. ductility

c. Red hardness

d. Shock resistance


32. High carbon steel has a carbon content of


a. 0.5 to 1%

b. 0.8 to 2%

c. 1 to 3%

d. 2 to 4%


33. During tensile testing on a specimen cup and cone formation is
observed with _________.


a. Cast iron

b. Cast steel

c. glass

d. Mild steel


34. Kerosene is used as coolant, while machining which material?


a. aluminum

b. Cast iron

c. Mild steel

d. Stainless steel


35. One of the following materials is commonly used for bearings.


a. Aluminum

b. Gun metal

c. Steel

d. Zinc


36. Babbitt metal is an alloy of


a. Tin, copper, antimony and head

b. copper, zinc, and tin

c. Iron and tungsten

d. Tin, copper, lead and phosphorus


37. The bed of a machine tool is normally made of


a. Alloy steel

b. Cast iron

c. Medium carbon steel

d. Mild steel


38. The main constituent molding sand is


a. carbon

b. clay

c. graphite

d. silicon


39. Cobalt is added to high speed steel to


a. Increase ductility

b. Increase fatigue strength

c. Increase hot hardness

d. Increase wear resistance


40. During cold, working metals are worked


a. Below room temperature

b. Below their melting point

c. Below their recrystallization temperature

d. Below 200 C


41. Copper is annealed by healing to a cherry red color and


a. Dousing in cold water

b. Cooling slowly in water

c. Dousing in oil

d. Dousing in hot water


42. Tool steel can be hardened by


a. Heating red hot and plunging into water

b. Heating red hot and cooling in a blast of dry air

c. Heating red hot and plunging into linseed or cotton seed oil

d. Any of the above, depending on type and use


43. The purpose of annealing is to make a metal


a. harder

b. Medium hard

c. softer

d. shiny


44. The purpose of tempering is to make the metal


a. harder

b. softer

c. Less brittle

d. More brittle


45. A scriber is made of


a. Carbon steel

b. cold-rolled steel

c. hot-rolled steel

d. Tool steel


46. Knurling is done to


a. Polish material

b. Roughen material

c. Sharpen the material

d. Smoothen material


47. Muntz metal contains which of the following alloys?


a. copper-nickel

b. copper-zinc

c. copper-tin

d. copper-aluminum


48. A reinforced concrete beam is considered to be made up of


a. Clad material

b. Composite material

c. Homogenous material

d. heterogeneous


49. In testing a material for endurance strength it is subjected to


a. Static load

b. Impact load

c. Dynamic load

d. Completely reversed load


50. Which of the following is not a sound absorptive material?


a. Rug

b. Mirror

c. Carpet

d. Heavy drape



1. The ability of a substance to exist in more than one lattice form is
known as

a. Allotropy

b. Grain

c. Crystallization

d. Diamagnetic


2. Properties, which describe the behavior of materials under the
application of force, are called as

a. Physical properties

b. Chemical properties

c. Mechanical properties

d. Electrical properties


3. The amount of energy per unit volume, which the material will
possess when subjected to the elastic limit stress is called

a. Bulk modulus

b. Modulus of resilience

c. Modulus of elasticity

d. Modulus of rigidity


4. ____________ means the resistance to penetration.

a. Hardness

b. Strength

c. Toughness

d. Stiffness


5. __________ means the increasing hardness and strength by
plastic deformation at temperature lower than the recrystallization
range.

a. Case hardening

b. Strain hardening

c. Nitriding

d. Stiffness


6. The plastic deformation at temperature above the
recrystallization temperature.

a. Hot working

b. Cold working

c. Normalizing

d. Annealing


7. The plastic deformation at temperature below the
recrystallization temperature.

a. Hot working

b. Normalizing

c. Annealing

d. Cold working


8. A preliminary evaluation of the elevated temperature properties
of materials may be secured by means of a

a. Stress rupture test

b. creep

c. Impact test

d. Modulus of rupture


9. The temperature of which this decrease of impact energy occurs
is called

a. Recrystallization temperature

b. Transition temperature

c. Rupture temperature

d. Ultimate temperature


10. An intimate mechanical mixture of two or more phases having a
definite composition and a definite freezing or melting point.

a. Allotropy

b. Peritectic

c. Eutectic

d. Protectic


11. The science which deals with the preparation and application of
metals and alloys.

a. Manufacturing

b. Metalloids

c. Metallurgy

d. Refractories


12. A combination of minerals, which can be profitably mined.

a. Gangue

b. Metal

c. Alloy

d. Ores


13. The mechanical treatments by which the concentrations of ores
is increased are called

a. Gravity separation

b. Ore dressing

c. Distillation

d. Sintering


14. Process which involve the reduction of the metal from aqueous
solutions by

a. Pyrometallurgical processes

b. Electrometallurgical processes

c. Hydrometallurgical processes

d. Amalgamation process


15. Non-metallic materials of high melting temperature used in the
construction of furnaces, crucibles and so forth are called.

a. Refractories

b. Ceramics

c. Insulations

d. Grate


16. The flux and gangue when in proper proportions will have a
melting temperature considerably lower than that of either one and
the resulting combination is called

a. Time

b. Residue

c. Slag

d. Refractories


17. An iron-bearing slate or chart in the form of compact siliceous
rock.

a. Taconite

b. Hematite

c. Magnetite

d. Limonite


18. A mechanical mixture of very pure iron and a silicate slag.

a. Bronze

b. Brass

c. Cast iron

d. Wrought iron


19. An alloy of iron and carbon in which the carbon content does
not exceed 1.7 per cent.

a. Brass

b. Steel

c. Babbitt

d. Bronze


20. The structure formed when transformation occurs at
temperature down to the knee of the curve.

a. Pearlite

b. Bainite

c. Martensite

d. Limonite


21. The process of producing a hard surface in a steel having a
sufficiently high carbon content to respond to hardening by rapid
cooling of the surface.

a. Flame hardening

b. Induction hardening

c. Cyaniding

d. Carburizing


22. It is one in which some elements other than carbon has been
added to improve or change the physical properties.

a. Low carbon steel

b. Alloy steel

c. Medium carbon steel

d. High carbon steel


23. SAE 1020 steel is a carbon steel containing _____ percent
carbon.

a. 20%

b. 0.20%

c. 10%

d. 0.10%


24. SAE 2317 steel is a nickel-steel alloy containing ______
percent nickel.

a. 2%

b. 3%

c. 1%

d. 7%


25. AISI C 1095 designates that it is a basic open earth carbon
steel having ______ percent carbon.

a. 5%

b. 9%

c. 95%

d. 0.95%


26. Molybdenum steels are painted ________.

a. Green

b. Blue

c. Red

d. Orange


27. Used for members of intricate shape that would be difficult to
manufacture by other methods.

a. Forging

b. Casting

c. Extruding

d. Hot working


28. AISI means

a. American Iron and Steel Institute

b. African Iron and Steel Institute

c. Aluminum Iron and Steel Institute

d. American Investment for Steel Industry


29. SAE means

a. Society of American Engineers

b. Society of Automotive Engineers

c. Society of Australian Engineers

d. Society of African Engineers


30. Which of the following metals increases the strength without
sacrificing the ductility of the carbon steels.

a. Brass

b. Nickel

c. Bronze

d. Copper


31. It serves as an excellent deoxidizing agent, and promotes the
nitriding of steels.

a. Aluminum

b. Boron

c. Copper

d. Brass


32. It is used to toughen and strengthen the steel, to reduce the
grain size and to act as a cleanser and degasifier.

a. Nickel

b. Boron

c. Vanadium

d. Molybdenum


33. Materials having a high percentage of alumina or steatite are
known as

a. Titanium

b. Vanadium

c. Refractories

d. Ceramics


34. It is a process of hardening the outer portion of the metal by
prolonged heating free from contact with air while the metal is
packed in carbon in the form of bone char, leather scraps, and
charcoal.

a. Carburizing

b. Cyaniding

c. Nitriding

d. Aging


35. The degree to which a material will deform before ultimate
fracture.

a. Brittleness

b. Ductility

c. Malleability

d. Plasticity


36. The property of a material that indicates its ability to transfer
heat.

a. Thermal conductivity

b. Electrical resistivity

c. Thermal expansion

d. Electrical conductivity


37. A group of heat-treatable cast iron with moderate to high
strength, high modulus of elasticity, goal machinery and good
resistance carbon.

a. Gray iron

b. Malleable iron

c. Ductile

d. White iron


38. Steels may be carburized and nitrided simultaneously by the
process known as

a. Nitriding

b. Carburizing

c. Carbonitriding

d. Cyaniding


39. It is used in steels as an alloying element to combine hardness
obtained by quenching with high strength and high elastic limit.

a. Vanadium

b. Chromium

c. Titanium

d. Molybdenum


40. The art of making definite impressions in sand by means of a
pattern for the purpose of producing a casting.

a. Molding

b. Pattern

c. Extrusions

d. Die casting


41. Products that have cross-sections of less than 6 inches and
that are not in the finished forms.

a. Slabs

b. Gangue

c. Blooms

d. Billets


42. It is the process of forging by which the metal in the plastic
state is made to flow within a die by the application of plunger
pressure.

a. Extrusion forging

b. Smith forging

c. Drop forging

d. Press forging


43. It is a squeezing process use to finish sheet or bar stock for
special purposes.

a. Cold forging

b. Sizing

c. Cold rolling

d. Coining


44. A term used for most press operations.

a. Sizing

b. Stamping

c. Coining

d. Swaging


45. It is a process of shearing in which sheet or plate is cut out to a
definite outline in a press.


a. Blanking

b. Stamping

c. Spinning

d. Trimming


46. It is special case of drawing in which the work is rotated
and formed by means of a tool.


a. Spinning

b. Embossing

c. Bulging

d. Stretching-forming


47. It is a squeezing operation use for flattening or surfacing
various parts where a very small amount of flow of the
material is involved.

a. Hobbing

b. Stamping

c. Coining

d. Sizing


48. It is a process by which a hot plastic metal is made to flow into
dies by the application of the sudden blows to the material.


a. Drop Forging

b. Press Forging

c. Extrusion

d. Machine Forging



49. It is a measure of stiffness.


a. Modulus of rigidity

b. Modulus of resilience

c. Modulus of elasticity

d. Modulus of toughness



50. It is a measure of the total energy absorbing capacity of the
material and includes the energy of both the elastic and plastic
deformation.


a. Modulus of toughness

b. Modulus of resilience

c. Modulus of elasticity

d. Modulus of rigidity


1. THE MAXIMUM STRESS TO WHICH A STANDARDIZED TEST
SPECIMEN MAY BE SUBJECTED WITHOUT A PERMANENT
DEFORMATION.

a. Endurance limit
b. Proportional limit
c. Elastic limit
d. Plastic limit
2. THE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY IS A MEASURE OF
a. Stiffness
b. Toughness
c. Resilience
d. Harness
3.AGING AT MODERATELY ELEVATED TEMPERATURE
EXPEDITES THE PROCESS AND IS CALLED
a. Natural aging
b. Artificial aging
c. Normal aging
d. Supernatural aging
4.IT IS TENDENCY TO FRACTURE WITHOUT APPRECIABLE
DEFORMATION.
a. Ductility
b. Brittleness
c. Malleability
d. Plasticity
5.IT IS THE CHARACTERISTIC OF EXHIBITING DIFFERENT
PROPERTIES WHAT TASTED IS DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS.
a. Allotropy
b. Anisotropy
c. Isentropy
d. Isotropic
6.IT IS ONE IN WHICH SPECIMEN, SUPPORTED AT BOTH
ENDS AS A SIMPLE BEAM IS BROKEN BY THE IMPACT
STRENGTH OF THE METAL.
a. Charpy test
b. Izod test
c. Rockwell test
d. Universal test
7. STEEL THAT HAS BEEN DEOXIDIZED WITH A STRONG
DEOXIDIZING AGENT, SUCH AS SILICON OR ALUMINUM IN ORDER
TO ELIMINATE A REACTION BETWEEN THE CARBON AND OXYGEN
DURING SOLIDIFICATION.
a. Carbon steel
b. Tool steel
c. Killed steel
d. Structural steel
8.INVOLVES THE LOSS OF DUCTILITY BECAUSE OF A
PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL CHANGE OF THE MATERIAL IS
KNOWN AS
a. Embrittlement
b. Pitting
c. Cold shortness
d. Decarburization
9.A MATERIAL COMMONLY USED FOR SHIELDING OR
SCREENING MAGNETISM
a. Brass
b. Copper
c. Aluminum
d. Soft iron
10.A MAGNET IS ABLE TO ATTRACT
a. Iron, aluminum and brass
b. Iron, cobalt and zinc
c. Iron, copper and nickel
d. Nickel, cobalt and steel
11.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS IS USED FOR
MAKING PERMANENT MAGNETS?
a. Carbon steel
b. Platinum cobalt
c. Alnico
d. All threes mentioned above
12.ONE OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE BEST CONDUCTOR OF
ELECTRICITY. WHICH ONE?
a. Graphite
b. China clay
c. Porcelain
d. Ceramics
13.DIELECTRIC STRENGTH OF A MATERIAL DEPENDS ON
THE MATERIALS
a. Moisture contect
b. Thickness
c. Temperature
d. All of the above
14.WHICH MEDIUM HAS HIGHEST VALUE OF DIELECTRIC
STRENGTH?
a. Glass
b. Mica
c. Porcelain
d. Quartz
15.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A PRIMARY CELL?
a. Mercury-oxide
b. Lead-acid
c. Nickel-iron-alkaline
d. Nickel-cadmium-alkaline
16.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CONTACT POINT METALS
HAS HIGHEST MELTING POINT?
a. Silver
b. Tungsten
c. Gold
d. Copper
17.A MATERIAL BEST SUITED FOR MANUFACTURING OF
FUSE WIRE.
a. Aluminum
b. Silver
c. Lead
d. Copper
18.THE LAMINATIONS ARE MADE FROM
a. Low carbon steel
b. Silicon sheet steel
c. Nickel alloy steel stays
d. Chrome steel sheets
19.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING METALS GETS DEPOSITED
TO PROVIDE AN UNDERCUT FOR CHROMIUM?
a. Copper
b. Silver
c. Bronze
d. Lead
20.IN NICKEL-IRON CELL, THE ELECTROLYTE IS
a. Dilute sulpnuric acid
b. Dilute potassium hydroxide
c. Dilute sodium ammonium hydroxide
d. Dilute sodium chloride solution
21. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A PRIMARY CELL?
a. Carbon zinc
b. Silver oxide
c. Silver zinc
d. Nickel- cadmium
22. SELECT FROM THE CONDUCTORS BELOW THAT HAS
THE LEAST ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY.
a. Lead
b. Tin
c. Zinc
d. Aluminum
23.THE MATERIAL USED FOR COMMUTATOR BRUSHES IS
MOSTLY
a. Copper
b. Mica
c. Carbon
d. Cast iron
24. GENERALLY, THE MATERIAL FOR THERMOCOUPLE IS
a. Chromel copel
b. Chromel alumel
c. Platinum rhodium
d. Any of the above
25.SELECT THE BEST CONDUCTOR OF ELECTRICITY
a. Carbon
b. Silver
c. Copper
d. Iron
26.ANY HEATING AND COOLING OF STEEL THAT PRODUCES
A ROUNDED OR GLOBULAR FORM OF CARBIDE

a. Spheroidizing
b. Malleability
c. Graphitizing
d. Normalizing
27.STEEL THAT HAS BEEN HAMMERED ROLLED OR DRAWN
IN THE PROCESS OF MANUFACTURE
a. Wrought steel
b. Rimmed steel
c. Killed steel
d. Stainless steel
28. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IMPROVES RED HARDNESS?
a. Boron
b. Cobalt
c. Copper
d. Colombium
29.AN ALLOY OF NICKEL AND COPPER
a. Monel
b. Iconel
c. Titanium
d. Vanadium
30.COMMUTATOR SEGMENTS ARE MADE OF
a. Zinc
b. Brass
c. Copper
d. Nickel
31.WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMONLY USED MATERIALS AS
PHOTO CATHODE FOR THE PHOTOELECTRIC EMISSION?
a. Barium and calcium
b. Cesium and rubidium
c. Arsenic and boron
d. Thorium and tungsten
32. MANGANIN IS AN ALLOY OF
a. Copper, manganese and nickel
b. Copper, zinc and lead
c. Copper, aluminum and chromium
d. Copper, chromium and cadnium
33.SELECT THE ONE THAT IS AN ACCEPTOR IMPURITY
ELEMENT.
a. Antimony
b. Gallium
c. Arsenic
d. Phosphorous
34.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A METHOD OF NON
DESFRUCTIVE TESTING OF STEEL CASTING AND FORGING?
a. Radiography
b. Magnetic particle
c. Ultrasonic
d. Chemical analysis
35.ALL OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT RUSTING
OF IRON ARE CORRECT EXCEPT.
a. Contact with water and oxygen are necessary for rusting to occur
b. Contact with a more electropositive metal reduces rusting
c. Halides aggravate rusting, process which involves electrochemical oxidation reduction
reaction
d. Pitting occurs in oxygen-rich anodic areas and the rust is deposited nearby
36.IF 1080 STEEL IS ANNEALED BY VERY SLOW COOLING
FROM 10C0C TO AMBIENT TEMPERATURE, ITS
MICROSTRUCTURE WILL CONSIST ALMOST SAFELY OF
a. Austenite
b. Bainite
c. Cementile
d. Pearlite
37.STEEL CAN BE STRENGTHENED BY ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING PRACTICES EXPERT
a. Annealing
b. Quenching and tempering
c. Work hardening
d. Grain refinement
38. INTRINSIC SILICON BECOMES EXTRINSICALLY
CONDUCTIVE, WITH ELECTRONS AS MAJORITY CANLERS
WHEN DOPED WITH WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING?
a. Antimony
b. Boron
c. Germanium
d. Aluminum
39.THE LINEAR PORTION OF THE STRESS STRAIN DIAGRAM
OF STEEL IS KNOWN AS THE
a. Modulus of elasticity
b. Plasticity
c. Irreversible range
d. Elastic range
40.IMPERFECTIONS WITHIN METALLIC CRYSTAL
STRUCTURES MAY BE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING. EXCEPT:
a. Lattice vacancies, or extra interstitial atom
b. Ion pairs missing in ionic crystals
c. Displacement of atom to interstitial sites
d. Linear defects, or slippage dislocations caused by shear
41. WHEN A METAL IS COLD WORKED ALL OF THE
FOLLOWING GENERALLY OCCUR EXCEPT:
a. Ductility decreases
b. Grains becom equi-axed
c. Tensile strength increases
d. Slip or twinning occurs
42. HARD WATER IS WATER, WHICH CONTAINS SOLUBLE
WATER SALTS OF WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS.
a. Sodium
b. Sulfur
c. Calcium
d. Chlorine
43.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING METALS HAS THE HIGHEST
SPECIFIC HEAT CAPACITY AT 100C?
a. Aluminum
b. Bismush
c. Copper
d. Iron
44.ALUMINUM PISTONS ARE EITHER CAST OR
a. Ground
b. Forged
c. Pressed
d. Welded
45.VALVES AND PIPING IN AN AMMONIA SYSTEM ARE MADE
OF
a. Iron
b. Brass
c. Copper
d. Bronze
46. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GASKET MATERIALS
SHOULD BE USED OF A FREON SYSTEN?
a. Metallic
b. Asbestos
c. Rubber
d. A & B
47. THE NON-FERROUS ALLOY CORRODES IN AMMONIA IS
a. Copper
b. Bronze
c. Brass
d. All of the above
48.WHAT IS USED IN THE MAIN CONDENSER TO CONTROL
ELECTROLYSIS?
a. Brass plate
b. Aluminum plates
c. Zinc plates
d. Bronze plates

49.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF PACKING WOULD
BE USED ON STEAM JOINTS?
a. Asbestos
b. Neoprene
c. Metallic
d. A or C
50. THE PROCESS APPLIED TO IRON PIPE, WHICH RETARDS
CORROSION, IS CALLED
a. Galvanizing
b. Annealing
c. Soldering
d. Tinning
51. A SCRIBER IS MADE FROM WHAT STEEL?
a. Carbon steel
b. Cold- rolled steel
c. Tool steel
d. Hot-rolled steel