Q1. The type of rivet which is used to join the two plates without the need to make a through all the length of hole in the joining plates:

(a)  Solid rivet   (b)  Split rivet   (c)  Round rivet   (d)  None of these

Q2. Important feature of the rivet for which it is mostly used:

(a)  Simplicity, dependability and low cost   (b)  Strength, workability   (c)  Hardness, durability   (d)  None of these

Q3. The design related cause events does not include:

(a)   Problem of strength analysis
(b)   Improper selection of the type of joint
(c)   Improper material selection
(d)   Proper size of rivets

Q4. The applications for the where strength, rigidity, as well as security against leakage should be considered:

(a)  Pipes, Sheets   (b)  Boiler drains, pressure vessels, gas tanks   (c)  Doors   (d)  All of these

Q5. A riveted joint may not fail during its service life by:

(a)  Tearing   (b)  Shearing   (c)  Bending   (d)  Crushing

Q6. The method of inspection employed to analyse the strains in the part are:

(a)  Visual inspection   (b)  Ultrasound   (c)  X-ray   (d)  Microwave

Q7. The joining technique which does not require accessories along with it:

(a)  Screwed joint   (b)  Rivet joint   (c)  Bolted Joint   (d)  None of these

Q8. This is not a case for type of rivet:

(a)  Solid   (b)  Hollow   (c)  Blind   (d)  Tapered

Q9. The operation is not be performed by:

(a)  Hands   (b)  Chemical means   (c)  Mechanical means   (d)  Use of robots

Q10. Riveting may not be done by:

(a)  Using rollers   (b)  Using press   (c)  Using special tools   (d)  Using explosives in the cavity of the rivet