Engineering Materials MCQ Quiz

  1. Which of the following material has maximum ductility?
  2. An eutectoid steel consists of
  3. Shock resisting steels should have
  4. Brass is an alloy of
  5. The hardness and tensile strength in austenitic stainless steel can be increased by
  6. The charge is fed into the blast furnace through the
  7. A small percentage of boron is added to steel in order to
  8. Silicon when added to copper improves
  9. Cast iron is manufactured in
  10. The lower critical point for all steels is
  11. The heat treatment process used for softening hardened steel is
  12. The heat treatment process used for softening hardened steel is
  13. Iron ore is, usually, found in the form of
  14. Which of the following is regarded as a modern abrasive?
Engineering Materials MCQ

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Below are few Engineering Materials test that checks your basic knowledge of Electrostatics. This Engineering Materials Test contains around 20 questions of multiple choice with 4 options. You have to select the right answer to a question. You can see the correct answer by clicking the view answer link.

  • Copper
  • Mild steel
  • Nickel
  • Aluminium
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  • wholly austenite
  • pearlite and ferrite
  • wholly pearlite
  • pearlite and cementite
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  • low wear resistance
  • low hardness
  • low tensile strength
  • toughness
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  • copper and tin
  • copper and zinc
  • copper, tin and zinc
  • none of these
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  • martempering
  • hardening and cold working
  • normalising
  • full annealing
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  • increase hardenability
  • reduce machinability
  • increase wear resistance
  • increase endurance strength
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  • machinability
  • hardness and strength
  • hardness
  • strength and ductility
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  • cupola
  • open hearth furnace
  • blast furnace
  • bessemer converter
  • oxides
  • sulphides
  • carbonates
  • All of the above
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  • Tripoli
  • Silicon carbide
  • Boron carbide
  • Pumica
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  • Basic refractory
  • Acid refractory
  • Neutral refractory
  • Silica refractory
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  • Loss of coating mass
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Heat resistance
  • Abrasion resistance
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