About Engineering Drawing

Following are some of the multiple choice questions on the Engineering Drawing with answers that will help the students in developing their knowledge.

Engineering Drawing MCQ

1. A Multiview sketch starts with an isometric sketch

  • True
  • False

2. What does ISO stand for when looking at conventional drawings?

  • Institute for Standards
  • International Science Organisation
  • International Standards Organisation
  • Independent Standards Organisation

3. What does the symbol ↧ mean in a technical drawing?

  • Radius
  • Diameter
  • Depth
  • Tolerance

4. How big should a border be in an engineering drawing?

  • 10 mm
  • 10 cm
  • 100 mm
  • 1000 mm

5. How big should a title block be in an engineering drawing?

  • 20mm
  • 20cm
  • 200mm
  • 2000mm

6. How should dimensions be applied correctly on an engineering drawing?

  • Below the line.
  • Above the line.
  • At the left hand side of the line.
  • At the right hand side of the line.

7. How should projection lines appear on an engineering drawing.

  • Lightly and extended beyond the drawing lines.
  • Dark and extended beyond the drawing lines.
  • Dotted and extended beyond the drawing lines.
  • Long and short dashed lines and extended beyond the drawing lines.

8. What three-dimensional view is often used in engineering drawings?

  • Isometric View
  • Radial View
  • Orthographic View
  • Trigonometric Projection

9. Engineering drawings are used in industry to ________________.

  • Look Cool
  • 3-D Print Parts
  • Communicate Part Information and Details
  • None of these are correct

10. A dashed line on an engineering drawing indicates ____________ lines.

  • Drawing
  • Phantom
  • Center
  • Hidden

11. Logic AND gates provides an output (on) when all its inputs are on, true or equal to 1.

  • True
  • False

12. True or False: You are allowed to draw in your engineering notebook

  • True
  • False

13. A thumbnail sketch is done on typing paper or cartesian graph paper

  • true
  • false

14. A multiview sketch shows which 2D views

  • top, middle, side
  • front, top, right
  • up, down, sideways
  • front, back, top, side

15. A Multiview sketch includes three 2D sketches

  • True
  • False

16. Why do engineers use isometric sketches instead of the perspective sketches artists use?

  • An isometric sketch is not as pretty so it doesn't distract people
  • An isometric sketch has more accurate design details, because it shows a view similar to what our eyes actually see
  • An isometric sketch shows three sides of an object and the perspective never changes.
  • Zombies fear isometric sketches

17. Why to Engineers make so many sketches

  • They like to impress regular people with their drawing ability
  • sketching tells a story about a design such as where it might be used
  • sketching allows engineers to communicate details of their design quickly
  • engineers use color in their design to show details like texture

18. Cartesian paper is made up of what

  • triangles
  • circles
  • squares
  • rectangles

19. Isometric Sketches are done on what kind of paper

  • Cartesian paper
  • Isometric paper
  • Notebook Paper
  • Ancient Egyptian Papyrus

20. What tools should be used to accurately draw circles on an orthographic drawing?

  • Circle template and a compass.
  • Ellipse template and a compass.
  • Protractor and a compass.
  • 45 set square and a compass.

21. How should hidden detail lines appear in an engineering drawing?

  • Equal dashed lines.
  • Dotted lines.
  • Dotted and dashed lines.
  • Long and short dashed lines.

22. How should a center line appear on an engineering drawing?

  • Equal dashed lines
  • Dotted lines.
  • Dotted and dashed lines
  • Long and short dashed lines.

23. How should a drawing line appear on an engineering drawing?

  • Broken and darker than a projection line.
  • Solid and darker than a projection line.
  • Curved and darker than a projection line.
  • Solid and lighter than a projection line.

24. Select the two most vital pieces of information that should be included in the title block?

  • Colour and shape.
  • Scale and projection symbol.
  • Name and date.
  • Drawing number and material.

25. How should lettering appear in the title block?

  • No bigger than 4 mm's and using capital letters.
  • No bigger than 8 mm's and using capital letters.
  • No bigger than 2 mm's and using capital letters..
  • No bigger than 10 mm's and using capital letters.

26. What does the British standard BS 8888 cover?

  • Engineering drawings and technical product documentation
  • Electrical installation
  • Graphical symbols and flow charts
  • Welding and fabrication symbols

27. What does the standard abbreviation CL stand for?

  • Cross Length
  • Closed Loop
  • Contour Line
  • Centre Line

28. What angle(s) do you use to draw an Isometric drawing?

  • 30/60 degrees
  • 45 degrees
  • 90 degrees
  • 45/45 degrees

29. Which of these is the correct BS symbol for First Angle Projection?

30. If a drawing is created twice the size of the actual object what scale would be used in the title block?

  • 1:1
  • 1:2
  • 2:1
  • I don't know yet

31. If a drawing is created to the actual size of the object what scale would be used in the title block?

  • 1:1
  • 1:2
  • 2:1
  • I don't know yet

32. Name two vital pieces of information that should be included in a title block?

  • Name & Date
  • Projection symbol & Scale
  • Materials & Drawing Number
  • I don't know yet

33. How is a hidden detail represented in an engineering drawing?

  • Continuous thick lines
  • Equal dashed lines
  • Long dashed, short dashed lines
  • I don't know yet

34. How is a centre line represented in an engineering drawing?

  • Continuous thick lines
  • Equal dashed lines
  • Long dashed, short dashed lines
  • I don't know yet

35. How is a visible line represented in an engineering drawing?

  • Continuous thick lines
  • Equal dashed lines
  • Long dashed, short dashed lines
  • I don't know yet

36. How big should the border be in an engineering drawing?

  • 10mm
  • 10cm
  • 100mm
  • I don't know yet?

37. How big should the title block be in an engineering drawing?

  • 200mm
  • 20cm
  • 20mm
  • I don't know yet

38. If a drawing is created half the size of the actual object what scale would be used in the title block?

  • 1:1
  • 1:2
  • 2:1
  • I don't know yet

39. Why must all the rules of an engineering drawing be followed precisely?

  • To ensure a consistent approach is used and British standards are met
  • To ensure the drawing looks good
  • To ensure an inconsistent approach is taken and British standards are not met
  • I don't know yet

40. Where is the title block typically located?

  • Bottom right corner
  • Top left corner
  • Top right corner
  • Bottom left corner

41. You work for an automotive company that manufactures minivans. You work on designs for the engine that goes into the car. There are a variety of parts that go together to create the engine. A car engine model would be an example of a/an ______________

  • Assembly
  • Subassembly
  • Part
  • Part Library

42. You need a 2 inch standard flange bolt for a subassembly. Where would be the best place to find a model to use?

  • Create a bolt from scratch
  • Use the internet to search for a model
  • The part library
  • thingiverse.com

43. What are the steps in the Engineering Design Process?

  • Build - Research - Ask - Manufacture - Distribute
  • Ask - Imagine - Plan - Create - Improve
  • Design - Test - Manufacture - Distribute
  • Prototyp - Create - Build - Ask

44. Identify which of the designations represents a pneumatic to current modifier.

  • P/I
  • E/I
  • P/T
  • I/E

45. Transmitters are used to convert the signal from a sensor to a form that can be sent to a remote point for processing, controlling, or monitoring.

  • True
  • False

46. Which of the following would indicate 4 holes of diameter 6.2 of a depth of 25.0?

  • 4 x Ø6.2 ↧25.0
  • 4 x R6.2 ↧ 25.0
  • 4 + Ø6.2 - 25.0
  • 4 x Ø6.2 - 25.0

47. What does the symbol R mean in a technical drawing?

  • Radius
  • Diameter
  • Depth
  • Tolerance

48. What does the symbol Ø mean in a technical drawing?

  • Radius
  • Diameter
  • Depth
  • Tolerance

49. What type of tolerance allows equal variation, both larger and smaller, than the specified dimension?

  • Limit dimensions
  • Unilateral
  • Bilateral
  • General

50. Isometric projections presents a single view of the component commonly from above and at a 30 degree angle.

  • True
  • False

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