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1.

With a neat sketch mark the basic terms of a welded joint for butt weld and fillet
weld.
2. For the following designation draw the illustration and symbol for welding joints. a.
Square butt weld
b. Single V butt weld
c. Single bevel butt weld
d. Fillet weld
e. Spot weld
f. Seam weld
3. With a neat sketch mark the dimensions of the edge preparation for the butt welds.
4. Draw the standard location of elements of a welding symbol.
5. With a neat sketch explain caulking and fullering in riveted joint.
6. With neat sketches name the types of rivet head.
7. Define the terms associated with riveted joints a. Pitch
b. Margin
c. Chain riveting
d. Zig-zag riveting
e. Row pitch
f. Diagonal pitch
8. (a) Name the commonly used materials for rivets.
(b) How riveted joints made air tight?
9. (a) What is a structural joint in rivets?
(b) How boiler joint are classified?
10.Sketch any two types of structural riveted joints, indicating proportionate dimensions.
11. Draw the sectional front view for the following riveted joints to join plates
of thickness 10 mm. a. Single riveted lap joint
b. Double riveted chain lap joint
c. Double riveted zig-zap lap joint

12. Through sketches, indicate the various types of welding joints.


13.Sketch and explain the two conventional signs used for welding as per BIS.
14. (a) Categorize the welding symbols.
(b) How weld symbols shown in the drawing?
15. (a) Explain the meaning of arrowside and otherside with reference to weld joints.
(b) What are the important rules to be observed while applying weld symbols?
16. (a) What is a key and what for is it applied?
(b) What is the difference between a saddle key and a sunk key?
17.What is a cotter and where is it used? What is the purpose of using a gib alone with a
cotter in a cotter joint?
18.What is knuckle joint and where it is used? What is the difference between the eye end
and fork end of a knuckle joint?
19. (a) Differentiate between cotter joint and pin joint?
(b) Differentiate saddle key and sunk key?
20. Define the following terms with respect to screw threads a. Pitch
b. Major diameter
c. Minor diameter
d. Lead
e. Root
f. Thread angle
21. Distinguish between the following
(a) Left hand and right hand thread
(b) Metric and BSW threads
22. Distinguish between the following
(a) Square and ACME thread
(b) Pitch and lead of a thread

23. How are the following threads designated as per BIS.


(a) Metric thread with coarse pitch
(b) Metric thread with fine pitch
(c) Square thread
(d) ACME thread
24. (a) What is T-Bolt and where is it used?
(b) What is an eye-Bolt and what purpose is it used?
25. Sketch the following thread profiles for a nominal diameter of 25 mm and pitch 3 mm
and give their applications
(a) BSW thread
(b) Buttress thread
26. Sketch the following thread profiles for a nominal diameter of 25 mm and pitch 3 mm
and give their applications
(a) Square thread
(b) ACME thread
27.Sketch the conventional representation of the following
(a) External thread
(b) Internal thread
(c) Thread in section
(d) Assembled threads in section
28.Sketch any two types of bolts with their applications.
29.Sketch the following forms of nut, with proportions marked
(a) Flanged nut
(b) Cap nut
(c) Dome nut
(d) Capstan nut
30. Define the terms :
(a) Basic size
(b) Limits
(c) Allowance
(d) Tolerance

31. (a) What is unilateral tolerance?


(b) What is bilateral tolerance?
32.What is fundamental tolerance and how tolerance is denoted?
33.What is meant by the term fit and how are fits classified?
34. Differentiate between clearance fit and transition fit.
35. Differentiate hole basis system and shaft basis system?
36.With the help of sketches, show how the geometrical tolerances are indicated, as
prevalent in industry, for the following cases:
(a) Parallelism
(b) Perpendicularity
(c) Symmetry
(d) Radial run out

1. With a neat sketch mark the dimensions of the edge preparation for the butt welds.
2. Draw the standard location of elements of a welding symbol.
3. With a neat sketch explain caulking and fullering in riveted joint.
4. (a) Name the commonly used materials for rivets.
(b) How riveted joints made air tight?
5. Through sketches, indicate the various types of welding joints.
6. Sketch and explain the two conventional signs used for welding as per BIS.
7. (a) Categorize the welding symbols.
(b) How weld symbols shown in the drawing?
8. What is a cotter and where is it used? What is the purpose of using a gib alone with a
cotter in a cotter joint?
9. What is knuckle joint and where it is used? What is the difference between the eye end
and fork end of a knuckle joint?

10. Distinguish between the following


(a) Left hand and right hand thread
(b) Metric and BSW threads
11. Distinguish between the following
(a) Square and ACME thread
(b) Pitch and lead of a thread
12. How are the following threads designated as per BIS.
(a) Metric thread with coarse pitch
(b) Metric thread with fine pitch
(c) Square thread
(d) ACME thread
13.Sketch the following thread profiles for a nominal diameter of 25 mm and pitch 3 mm
and give their applications
(a) Square thread
(b) ACME thread
14.Sketch the conventional representation of the following
(a) External thread
(b) Internal thread
(c) Thread in section
(d) Assembled threads in section
15. Define the terms :
(a) Basic size
(b) Limits
(c) Allowance
(d) Tolerance
16. (a) What is unilateral tolerance?
(b) What is bilateral tolerance?
17.What is fundamental tolerance and how tolerance is denoted?
18.What is meant by the term fit and how are fits classified?
19. Differentiate between clearance fit and transition fit.
20. Differentiate hole basis system and shaft basis system?

1. For the following designation draw the illustration and symbol for welding
joints. a. Square butt weld
b. Single V butt weld
c. Single bevel butt weld
d. Fillet weld
e. Spot weld
f. Seam weld
2. With a neat sketch mark the dimensions of the edge preparation for the butt welds.
3. With a neat sketch explain caulking and fullering in riveted joint.
4. Define the terms associated with riveted joints a. Pitch
b. Margin
c. Chain riveting
d. Zig-zag riveting
e. Row pitch
f. Diagonal pitch

5. (a) Name the commonly used materials for rivets.


(b) How riveted joints are made air tight?
6. Sketch any two types of structural riveted joints, indicating proportionate dimensions.
7. Draw the sectional front view for the following riveted joints to join plates of thickness
10 mm. a. Single riveted lap joint
b. Double riveted chain lap joint
c. Double riveted zig-zag lap joint
8. Sketch and explain the two conventional signs used for welding as per BIS.
9. (a) Categorise the welding symbols.
(b) How weld symbols are shown in the drawing?
10. (a) What is the function of a key?
(b) What is the difference between a saddle key and a sunk key?
11.What is a cotter and where is it used? What is the purpose of using a gib alone with a
cotter in a cotter joint?
12. (a) Differentiate between cotter joint and pin joint.
(b) Differentiate saddle key and sunk key.
13. Define the following terms with respect to screw threads a. Pitch
b. Major diameter
c. Minor diameter
d. Lead
e. Root
f. Thread angle
14. Distinguish between the following
(a) Square Thread and ACME thread
(b) Pitch and lead of a thread
15. How are the following threads designated as per BIS?
(a) Metric thread with coarse pitch
(b) Metric thread with fine pitch
(c) Square thread
(d) ACME thread

16.Sketch the following thread profiles for a nominal diameter of 25 mm and a pitch of 3
mm and give their applications.
(a) BSW thread
(b) Buttress thread
17.Sketch the conventional representation of the following.
(a) External thread
(b) Internal thread
(c) Thread in section
(d) Assembled threads in section
18.Sketch any two types of bolts with their applications.
19. Define the terms :
(a) Basic size
(b) Limits
(c) Allowance
(d) Tolerance
20.What is fundamental tolerance and how tolerance is denoted?
21. Distinguish between Unilateral Tolerance and Bilateral Tolerance.