Q1. The part which is essential in Swagging process:

(a)  Mandrel   (b)  Tool   (c)  Jig   (d)  Fixture

Q2. Through swaging technique we can:

(a)   reduce the length of the workpiece
(b)   increase the outer diameter of the workpiece
(c)   reduce the outer diameter of the workpiece
(d)  increase the thickness of workpiece

Q3. Through Swaging process we can alter:

(a)   external feature of the workpiece
(b)   internal feature of the workpiece
(c)   length of the workpiece
(d)   width of the workpiece

Q4. Which is not a part of swagging technique:

(a)  Tube   (b)  Linear   (c)  Rotary   (d)  None of These

Q5. The various parts which can be produced by swaging technique:

(a)  Billets   (b)  Pipes   (c)  Suture needles   (d)  Tyre

Q6. Which is not a swaging machine:

(a)  Tagging machine   (b)  Cogging machine   (c)  Butt swaging machine   (d)  All of these

Q7. Swaging technique involves removal of material:

(a)  True   (b)  False

Q8. The stresses involved in making of swaged part are generally compressive in:

(a)  True   (b)  False

Q9. The swaging process is generally carried out with the help of the two dies/punches:

(a)  True   (b)  False

Q10. "Rotary forging" is also called "Radial Forging":

(a)  True   (b)  False