Q1. What is the function of crankshaft:

(a)   Converting translating motion into rotating motion
(b)   Converting translating motion into circular motion
(c)   Both
(d)   None of the above

Q2. Crankshaft is manufactured by which of the following process:

(a)  Forging   (b)  Casting   (c)  Machining   (d)  All of these

Q3. Which of the following heat treatment process in used in making a crankshaft:

(a)   Quenching (b)   Induction hardening (c)   Nitriding (d)  All of these

Q4. Which of the following material is used for making crankshaft:

(a)  Cast Steel   (b)  Alloy Steel   (c)  Tungsten Steel   (d)  All of these

Q5. Which of the following is not a part of crankshaft:

(a)  Crankpin (b)  Counter-weight (c)  Cam (d)  Web

Q6. Crankshafts can also be ______ out of a billet, often using a bar of high quality vacuum remelted steel:

(a)  Drill (b)  Machining (c)  Metalworking (d)  None of these

Q7. Which material is used in the simulation of crankshaft for making crankshaft:

(a)  C-35 (b)  Alnico (c)  Both (d)  None of these

Q8. The temperature of the billet at the starting of impression die forging in the simulation is:

(a)  1100o C (b)  400o C (c)  30o C (d)  None of these

Q9. The configuration and number of pistons in relation to each other and the crank leads to straight, V or ______:

(a)  Flat-six engine   (b)  V8 engine   (c)  Flat engine   (d)  None of these

Q10. For some engines it is necessary to provide counterweights for the reciprocating mass of each piston and connecting rod to improve ______:

(a)  V engine   (b)  Engine balance   (c)  Dead centre   (d)  Internal combustion engine