Automobile Engineering Practice Test: Question Set – 05

Automobile Engineering Quiz Questions and Answers

This Question bank set of Automobile Engineering Interview Questions and Answers for freshers focuses on “Performance of an Automobile”. Automobile Engineering is a branch study of engineering which teaches manufacturing, designing, mechanical mechanisms as well operations of automobiles.

Multiple choice questions on automobile engineering:

Automobile Engineering is an introduction to vehicle engineering which deals with motorcycles, cars, buses, trucks, etc. Automobile Engineering includes branch study of mechanical, electronic, software and safety elements.

Automobile Engineering Practice Test: Question Set – 05

1. The materials used for cylinder block are
(A) Cast iron and steel
(B) Cast iron and aluminium alloy
(C) Steel and aluminium alloy
(D) Brass and steel

2. The included angle is the sum of the
(A) Camber and castor
(B) Castor and S.A.I.
(C) Camber and S.A.I.
(D) Camber and toe-in

3. Vulcanizing means
(A) Heating rubber under pressure
(B) Spraying with special paint
(C) Melting rubber while stirring it
(D) None of these

4. The material generally used for cylinder sleeves is
(A) Aluminium
(B) Ceramic
(C) Cast iron
(D) Fibre reinforced plastic

5. When turning a corner
(A) The front wheels are toeing out
(B) The front wheels are turning on different angles
(C) The inside front wheels has a greater angle than the outside wheel
(D) All of the above

6. The rolling resistance is because of the friction between the:
(A) Wheel rim and tyre
(B) Tyre and the road surface
(C) The wheel rim and road surface
(D) None of these

7. When a gearbox has four forward speeds and one reverse speed, it is said to be a
(A) 3-speed gearbox
(B) 4-speed gearbox
(C) 5-speed gearbox
(D) 6-speed gearbox

8. The basic purpose of providing a caster angle on wheels is to
(A) Prevent uneven tyre wear
(B) Maintain directional control
(C) Bring the road contact of the tyre under the point of load
(D) Compensate for wear in the steering linkage

9. When the piston is at T.D.C., the volume above the piston in the combustion chamber is the
(A) Clearance volume
(B) Cylinder volume
(C) Exhaust volume
(D) None of these

10. In a hydraulic power steering system, the power steering pump is driven by a

(A) Belt driven by camshaft
(B) Chain driven by crankshaft
(C) Belt driven by drive-shaft
(D) Belt driven by crankshaft

11. The correct way to rectify an imbalanced wheel is to
(A) Adjust the tyre pressure
(B) Rotate the tyres
(C) Adjust the damper spring tension
(D) Attach appropriate weights to the wheel at appropriate positions

12. The fuel that detonates easily, is
(A) N-heptane
(B) Iso-octane
(C) Benzene
(D) Alcohol

13. The Diesel engine works on
(A) Otto cycle
(B) Carnot cycle
(C) Diesel cycle
(D) Rankine cycle

14. The parking brake generally acts on
(A) Front wheels
(B) Rear wheels
(C) Front and rear wheels
(D) Propeller shaft

15. The forced fed lubrication system means that the oil is delivered to the engine by
(A) Gravity
(B) The pressure created by the oil pump
(C) Splashing action of the crankshaft
(D) None of these