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


46. Klein's construction is useful to determine.......


   A.crank has a unifrom angular velocity

   B.crank has non-unifrom angular velocity

   C.crank has unifrom angular acceleration

   D.crank has unifrom angular velocity and angular acceleration

   E.there is no such criterion


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A.crank has a unifrom angular velocity

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47. Kelin's construction gives a graphical construction for.......


   A.slider-crank mechanism

   B.velocity polygon

   C.acceleration polygon

   D.four bar chain mechanism

   E.angular mechanism


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C.acceleration polygon

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48. Klein's constrution is useful to determine.......


   A.velocity of various parts

   B.accelration of various parts

   C.displacement of various parts

   D.angular acceleration of various parts

   E.all of the above


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B.accelration of various parts

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49. Klein construction can be used to determine accelration of various parts when the crank is at.......


   A.inner dead centre

   B.outer dead centre

   C.right angles to the link of the stroke

   D.at450 to the line of the stroke

   E.all of the above


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E.all of the above

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50. The number of dead centres in a crank driven slider crank mechanism are.......


   A.0

   B.2

   C.4

   D.6

   E.may be any number depending upon position of mechanism


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B.2

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