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AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING - Question paper
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AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING - Question paper

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1. Linking several workstations together into a single integrated mechanism using automated work handling devices to transfer paths between stations. This is the
a. Strategy of combined operation b. Strategy in specialization of operation
c. Strategy of simultaneous operations d. Strategy of integration of operations
2. Usage of special purpose equipment designed to perform one operation with the greatest possible efficiency. This is
a. Strategy of combined operation b. Strategy in specialization of operation
c. Strategy of simultaneous operations d. Strategy of integration of operations
3. Powered roller conveyor, belt conveyor and chain driven conveyors, cart on conveyors comes under the category of
a. Geneva Mechanism b. Cam Mechanism c. Linear Transfer System d. None
4. __ uses continuously rotating driver to index the table through a partial rotation.
a. Geneva Mechanism b. Cam Mechanism c. Linear Transfer System d. None
5. __ is used to provide an accurate and reliable method of indexing a rotary dial table
a. Geneva Mechanism b. Cam Mechanism c. Linear Transfer System d. None
6. In transfer line with no internal storage, ideal cycle time Tc is defined as
a. Tc=Min {Tsi} + Tr b. Tc= Tsi + Min {Tr } c. Tc=Max {Tsi} + Tr d. Tc= Tsi + Max {Tr }
Where as Tsi Processing time at station
Tr repositioning time
7. When a station breaks down, the entire line stops. This is a case of production line with
a. Internal Storage b. No internal storage c. Half Full Storage d. All of the above
8. Work content time divided by the total available service time on the line can be defined as
a. Line efficiency b. Repositioning efficiency c. Balancing efficiency d. None
9. Manual assembly lines favors
a. Demand for the product is low b. Products made on the line are dissimilar
c. Total work required to assemble the product can be divided into small work elements
d. It is technologically possible to automate the assembly operations
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