# Engineer's Day Quiz

30 Questions | Attempts: 5347
Share  Settings  Are you an engineer? On the occasion of Engineer's day, take this quiz to find out how well do you know about engineering-related terms and instruments. There is a lot of information related to engineering, their study, and their profession. So, let's find out how much basic knowledge do you have? Take the quiz and answers the questions correctly to get a perfect score. If you miss out somewhere, we will help you know the answer. All the best! Share it with other engineers also.

• 1.
Which of the below Force do Flanges take?
• A.

• Fatigue

• B.

• Shear forces

• C.

• Compression

• D.

• Tensile

• 2.
Which of the below drive transmits the power without a slip?
• A.

• Belt drive

• B.

• Cone drive

• C.

• Rope

• D.

• Chain drive

• 3.
In Simple Harmonic Motion, the product of time period and frequency is
• A.

• Zero

• B.

• One

• C.

• n/2

• D.

• n

• 4.
Which of the following is an open pair?
• A.

• Ball and socket

• B.

• Journal bearing

• C.

• D.

• Cam and follower

• 5.
On which day the Engineers Day will be Celebrated in India?
• A.

• Sept 15

• B.

• Sept 16

• C.

• Sept 14

• D.

None

• 6.
When heated, the toughness of the material.
• A.

• Increases

• B.

• Decreases

• C.

• Remains unchanged

• D.

None

• 7.
Soderberg’s relation is based on
• A.

• Elastic strength

• B.

• Yield strength

• C.

• Shear strength

• D.

None

• 8.
What happens to the Velocity ratio, If the center distance of the mating gears having involute teeth is varied within the limits
• A.

• Increases

• B.

• Decreases

• C.

• Remains unchanged

• D.

None

• 9.
A strut is subjected to which of the below force.
• A.

• Axial compressive

• B.

• Axial tensile

• C.

• Tangential

• D.

• Any of the above

• 10.
The center of gravity of the volume of the liquid displaced is called.
• A.

• Centre of pressure

• B.

• Metacentre

• C.

• Centre of buoyancy

• D.

• Any of these

• 11.
Who invented windshield wipers?
• A.

• Mary Anderson

• B.

• Charles Lindbergh

• C.

• Amelia Earhart

• D.

None

• 12.
In an irreversible cyclic process, the entropy.
• A.

• Remains constant

• B.

• Decreases

• C.

• Increases

• D.

None

• 13.
When the cut-off ratio is __________, the efficiency of the Diesel cycle approaches Otto cycle efficiency.
• A.

• Zero

• B.

• 1/5

• C.

• 4/5

• D.

• One

• 14.
What is the escape velocity on the earth?
• A.

• 10.2km/s

• B.

• 11.2km/s

• C.

• 12.2km/s

• D.

• 14.2km/s

• 15.
The Boeing 787 is more fuel-efficient than its predecessor 767 by,
• A.

• 15%

• B.

• 25%

• C.

• 35%

• D.

• 20%

• 16.
What is the range of power produced in gas turbine engines?
• A.

• 1000HP

• B.

• 15000HP

• C.

• 145000HP

• D.

• 10000HP

• 17.
The range of temperatures measured by a turbine gas temperature sensor?
• A.

• -10 to 1000 F

• B.

• -45 to 2300 F

• C.

• -100 to 1000 F

• D.

• -100 to 2000 F

• 18.
Which is the Launch Center for the Indian Space Research Organization?
• A.

• Satish Dhawan Space Centre

• B.

• Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre

• C.

None

• D.

AIIMS

• 19.
Fatigue failure occurs when:
• A.

• Repeatedly or cyclically loaded above its yield point

• B.

• Repeatedly or cyclically loaded below its yield point

• C.

• Constant stress over a period of time

• D.

• All of the above

• 20.
Most of the sun's energy is transferred by what mode of heat transfer?
• A.

• B.

• Convection

• C.

• Conduction

• D.

None

• 21.
Which of these was the first aerospace product of legacy Goodrich Corporation?
• A.

• Landing gears

• B.

• Sensors

• C.

• Tyres

• D.

• Actuators

• 22.
An adiabatic process is one in which:
• A.

O no heat enters or leaves the gas

• B.

O the temperature of the gas changes

• C.

O the change in internal energy is equal to the mechanical work done

• D.

O all of the above

• 23.
Which of these was the first manned mission by NASA?
• A.

• Freedom 5

• B.

• Freedom 6

• C.

• Freedom 9

• D.

• Freedom 7

• 24.
Which of the following is correct?
• A.

 Absolute pressure = Gauge pressure + Atmospheric pressure.

• B.

 Gauge pressure = Absolute pressure + Atmospheric pressure.

• C.

 Atmospheric pressure = Absolute pressure + Gauge pressure.

• D.

 Absolute pressure = Gauge pressure - Atmospheric pressure.

• 25.
In order to measure the flow, Venturimeter, it is installed in
• A.

• horizontal line

• B.

• inclined line with flow upwards

• C.

• inclined line with flow downwards

• D.

• any direction and in any location

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