(Paper) Multiple Choice Questions Exam Paper For Engineering (Automobile) : Part - 4

Multiple Choice Questions Exam Paper For Engineering (Automobile)

The ratio between the speed of the camshaft and the speed of the crankshaft is
a. 1:1
b. 1:4
d. 1:1/4
Ans : B

In the torque converter, oil leaving the turbine is changed into a helping direction by curved
a. Pump vanes
b. Stator vanes
Ans : B

In the transmission system, the provision of slip joints allows a change in the
a. Angle of drive
b. Length of shaft
Ans : B

The function of a torque converter or fluid converter is similar to that of a
a. Gear box
b. Clutch
d. Torsion box
Ans : A

In the fluid coupling oil passes from the driving to the
a. Gear
b. Coupling
d. Driven member
Ans : D

The purpose of the fluid coupling is to act as a
a. Automatic gear changer
b. Flexible power transmitting coupling
Ans : B

In coil spring type of clutch the cover is separated by
a. Removing three screws or nuts
b. Unhooking three retainer springs
d. Detaching three lever springs
Ans: A

Pressing down on clutch pedal causes the release levers to move the pressure plate away from
a. Friction disc
b. Clutch cover
d. Throw out bearing
Ans : A

The sun gear in the planetary gear system meshes with the
a. Pinion cage
b. Ring gear
d. Planet pinions
Ans : D

The overdrive is located between the
a. Transmission and the propeller shaft
b. Planetary gears and clutch
Ans : B

Synchronizing devices are designed to prevent gear clash when shifting into
a. First and second
b. Second and high
Ans : B

Clutch noises are usually most noticeable when the engine is
a. Being started
b. Decelerating
d. Accelerating
Ans : C

Clutch chattering or grabbing is noticeable
a. At low speed
b. When engaging the clutch
d. During idle
Ans : D

Clutch slippage while clutch is engaged is particularly noticeable
a. When starting the engine
b. During acceleration
d. At low speed
Ans : B

In gear systems, speed reduction means torque
a. Stabilization
b. Increase
Ans: B

The power train includes the clutch, propeller shaft, differential and ................
a. Steering gear
b. Front axles
d. Transmission
Ans: D

The part of the vehicle holds the passengers and the cargo to be transported is known as
a. Hull
b. Chassis
d. Sedan
Ans: A

A double acting shock absorber usually has
a. Unequal pressure acting on either sides
b. Equal pressure on either side
Ans: A

The laminated spring, which is in common use, is of the type
a. Full elliptic
b. Semi elliptic
d. Three quarter elliptic
Ans: B

With a leaf spring type of suspension, interference between steering and suspension system can be reduced to minimum when
a. Front end of the spring is pin joined and the rear end is shackled
b. Front end of the spring is shackled and rear end is pin jointed
d. Both ends of the springs are pin jointed
Ans: B

In a vehicle with torque tube drive, the rear suspension spring
a. Takes up driving thrust and torque reaction
b. Supports load and takes up end thrust
d. Takes up end thrust and torque reaction
Ans: B

The clips placed at intervals along some leaf spring to prevent spring leaf separation on rebound, are called
a. Rebound clips
b. Separation clips
d. Relief clips
Ans: A

The device that permits variation in the distance between the spring eyes of a leaf spring as the spring flexes is called
a. Spring shackle
b. Spring U - bolt
d. Spring leaf
Ans: A

Leaf spring for vehicles are nipped to
a. To vary the effective length of the spring
b. To increase the interleaf friction
d. Ensure that all leaves are uniformly stressed during loading
Ans: D

On rebound, in the direct acting shock absorber, fluid flows out of the upper part of the cylinder and also ...........
a. Out of the dust shield
b. Out of the reservoir
d. Into the dust shield
Ans: B

The rear end suspension arrangement in which rear end torque is absorbed by the spring is called the
a. Torque tube drive
b. Hooks drive
d. Hotchkiss drive
Ans: D

The purpose of the shock absorbers is to
a. Strengthen frame
b. Damp spring oscillations
Ans: B

X - member of a car frame ensures improved
a. Resistance to side force due to transverse wind load
b. Bending strength of side members
d. Resistance of weaving and torsional strength of front end of frame
Ans: A

The central part of the axle beam is offset downwards to
a. Give improved resistance to end thrusts during cornering
b. Give better bending strength
d. Clear the engine sump and lower vehicle centre of gravity
Ans: D


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