Theory of Machine | Theory of Machine Objective Type Questions and answers


6. Corioil's component of acceleration exists whenever a point moves along a path that has.......


   A.linear displacement

   B.rotaional motion

   C.tangential acceleration

   D.centripetal acceleration

   E.none of the above

   E.none of the above


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B.rotaional motion

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7. In a scotch yoke mechanism, Corioli's component is.......


   A.involved

   B.not involved

   C.possible in some position

   D.a rare possibility

   E.unpredictable


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B.not involved

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8. Which of the following disciplines provides study of inertia forces arising from the combined effect of the mass and the motion of the parts......


   A.theory of machines

   B.applied mechanics

   C.mechanisms

   D.kinetics

   E.kinematics


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D.kinetics

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9. The velocity of a slider with reference to a fixed point about which a bar is rotating and slider sliding on the bar will be.......


   A.parallel to bar

   B.perpendicular to bar

   C.somewhere in between above two

   D.unpredictable

   E.none of the above


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C.somewhere in between above two

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10. Tangential acceleration direction is.......


   A.along the angular velocity

   B.opposite the angular velocity

   C.may be any one of these

   D.perpendicular to angular velocity

   E.none of the above


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C.may be any one of these

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