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Unformatted text preview: £31915! 1 1:1 'l'esl 1 Spring 2007 Page 1 0f_9 Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University Engineering Education EngE 1114 TEST 1 Spring 2007 (60 Minutes) FORMA NA M E (Print: Last Name, First Name) LECTURER WORKSHOP: CRN LEADER I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this test. (Signature) DO NOT OPEN THIS TEST BOOKLET UNTIL IN STRUCTED TO DO SO. Complete the following items and darken appropriate circles on your op-scan: NAME Last, First ID NUNIBER Your VT number that starts 90... FORM Test form SEAT NO The last 3 digits of your CRN. Incompletely or incorrectly filling out this information on the OPSCAN will result in a 5 point deduction to your test grade. This test is closed book and closed notes. Problems 1 through 25 are multiple-choice and each worth 3 points. Select the BEST response. The answer “None” should be chosen when no correct answer is supplied or when not enough information is provided to answer the question. Circle your response on the test form and record your answers on the op-scan sheet. The op-scan form will not be returned to you. Additional time at the end of the test will NOT be allowed to fill in your rap—scan form. Problems 26 and 27 are workout problems. Point values for these problems are indicated in parentheses following the problem number. final?! 1 i4 Tcsl I S wrinu 300? Multiple Choice Questions (3 points each) 1. Which of the following statements is true of engineering design? Engineering design is a rigid process. Engineering design is not iterative. Engineering design problems usually have more than one acceptable solution. Engineering design problems are usually well-structured. All are true None are true @MPPNH 2. Design objectives 1. always include cost. 2. are designer chosen attributes for design solutions. 3. are limits imposed on the design solution. 4. are specific choices of design options. 5. 1 and 2 6. None 3. Design constraints 1. always include cost. 2. are designer chosen attributes for design solutions. 3. are limits imposed on the design solution. 4. are specific choices of design options. 5. l and 2 6. None The problem statement for a design project given below is to be used to answer questions 4-6. Your design team has been asked to design a student workstation for your engineering classroom. A minimum of 32 workstations must fit in each room with sufficient space remaining for aisles and an instructor table. The workstation must accommodate typical student tools including laptop computer, calculator, paper, pencil, etc. 4. Placing the workstation on wheels so it can easily be moved would be: 1. an objective 2. a constraint 3. a function 4. an implementation 5. a metric 6. aspecification 5. Fitting a minimum of 32 workstations in the room is: l. anobjective 2. a constraint '1. nfimcfim‘e 4. an implementation 5. ametric 6. aspecification EngE1114 Test 1 Spring 2007 g Page 3 of 9 6. Calculating the area of the work surface per student and assigning a rating of 1 to 10 based on the area/student ratio would be: QMPPNH an objective a constraint a function an implementation a metric a specification 7. Within a Work Breakdown Structure 1. gum PM“? if you cannot determine the amount of time required to do a task,it should be broken down into subtasks. subtasks should be aggregated into identifiable, measurable tasks. any task that takes time or resources should be included explicitly or as a known component of another task. the time required to complete a task must be the sum of the time to complete the subtasks. when a task is broken down it must be broken down into at least two subtasks. All of the above 8. All the following are tools for project management except: 1. 2. 3 4. 5 6 Gantt Charts Team Calendars . Work Breakdown Structures Budgets . Objective Trees . None — all of the above are tools for project management 9. Select the object that will have the given orthographic views. Note that the object may need to be rotated. slams 13112131114 Test 1 Spring 2007 Page 4 of 9 10. The figure to the right is an example of l. a cabinet pictorial 2. an oblique pictorial 3. an isometric pictorial 4. a perspective pictorial 5. a multiview pictorial 6. None of the above 11. How many views are necessary to completely describe the object at right in a multiview sketch? 1. one View 2. two views 3. three views 4. four views 5. five views 6. six views 12. Select the object that will have the given orthographic views. Note that the object may need to be rotated. eaaea Pa e50f9 En 'rE1114 Testl S rin 2007 13. Select the object that will have the given orthographic views. Note that the object may need to be rotated. Ra géhifi 14. The arrowheads on the cutting plane line for a full section View: point in the direction of the line of sight. point towards the portion of the part that will be discarded. point opposite of where the section View should be placed. all of the above 1 and 2 2 and 3 1 and 3 none of the above 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 15. Identify the indicated section view: En E1114 Test 1 S rin 2007 Pam: 6 of‘) 16. Which of the following multiview drawings best follows standard dimensioning practice? All drawings are of the same part. 151.00 TNRU ‘_I 92.00 I 1.00 2.0 R10 5.0 4. a (61.00 mnu LJ ¢2.00 V 1.00 u ¢2.oo v 1.00 17. The auxiliary view showing feature A true size and shape would be projected from which View? . the top view . the front view A the right side View % either 1 or 2 either J or .5 either 1 or 3 QVPWNH (same object as above) Pa e7of9 En E1114 Test 1 S rin 2007 18. Which “button” is selected in INVENTOR to cut the selected profile from the existing part? 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. All the above 5. None of the above [' Extent-.- — — A 1e B$e ' Clfl yafififi 1— Match sl'uape 19. Referring to the figure below, the measured diameter of the crank gear is best written as: 1. 17.460 in 2. 1.646 in 3. 1.64 in 4. 1.746 in 5. 16.46 in 6. 1.6460 in Use the figure on page 8 for questions 20 — 25 20. What are the units of the dimensions given in the drawing? millimeters centimeters meters inches feet none of the above ©M+w- EngE1114 Test 1 Spring 2007 Page 8 of 9 21. What type of drawing is this? 1. assembly .359 DRILL. .315 new a ,3; In 2. partial - TAMI: - m m: —| 3. detail 4. blueprint 5. BP-l9 6. rocker base 22. What is the pitch of the thread on the right-most cylinder of the part? 3/4 16 2 1.25 0'0625 No.10-32 UHF. .44 DEEP 0.62 05 .4“ DRILL. .501: new none an In UNFIF —2LH WN©MPw- 23. What is the maximum allowable height of the part (labeled A)? l. 3.38 2. 3.39 3. ALL FlLLETS AND Flouan Jan 4. 3.41 umeas ornsnwrse 3920mm , fifnnfi‘gfigfl 5. TOLERANCE! on DIMENSION! ans: mmumma 6 3 DECIMAL DmEHaJflMn. :.:;;I{T:H:;;$UME)EE) HDCKER BASE mauun omenmna ‘25- PART No. 2 - T2! 1 . ; l A 24. What is the tolerance on the feature G, dimensioned as .750? 1. +/- .001 2. +/— 0.01 3. .002 4. .001 5. .02 6. .01 25. What is the nominal depth of the un-threaded portion of the hole labeled F? 1. 0.500 2. .875 3. 0.62 4. 0.56 5. 0.32 6. 1.50 En E1114 Testl S rin 2007 Pa e9of9 26. (19 points) Sketch full size the top, front, and right side orthographic multiview of the object shown in the given pictorial. The front View in the given isometric is indicated by the arrow. 27. (6 points) Using good dimensioning practice, size and locate the cylindrical feature in your sketch. ) ...
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