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. 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

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

  • Radius
  • Diameter
  • Depth
  • Tolerance

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

  • Radius
  • Diameter
  • Depth
  • Tolerance

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

  • Radius
  • Diameter
  • Depth
  • Tolerance

5. 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

6. Using the diagram below identify the type of control valve shown.

  • Pressure Control Valve
  • Flow Control Valve
  • Level Control Valve
  • Temperature Control Valve

7. What are the coordinates of point A?

  • (100, 100, 100)
  • (100, 100, 0)
  • (100, 0, 100)
  • (0, 100, 100)

8. Using the diagram below identify the pipe fitting shown.

  • Pipe Reducer
  • Hose Connection
  • Cross
  • Blank Flange

9. 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

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

  • P/I
  • E/I
  • P/T
  • I/E

11. What are the coordinates of point B?

  • (100, 100, 100)
  • (100, 100, 0)
  • (100, 0, 100)
  • (0, 100, 100)

12. Using the diagram below identify the component represented.

  • Transformer
  • Resistor
  • Capacitor
  • Transistor

13. Using the diagram below identify the electrical component shown.

  • Fuse
  • Single Pole Switch
  • Transformer
  • Relay

14. What are the coordinates of point C?

  • (80, 95, 70)
  • (0, 80, 0)
  • (0, 75, 80)
  • (80, 0, 0)

15. Using the diagram below identify the electronic component shown.

  • Transistor
  • Diode
  • Fixed Resistor
  • Amplifier

16. What is shown highlighted?

  • Title Block
  • Bill of Materials
  • Tolerance Block
  • Leader Line

17. 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

18. 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

19. 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

20. Where is the title block typically located?

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

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

  • True
  • False

22. What is the name of the circles that label parts or components in a technical drawing?

  • Balloons
  • Leader Lines
  • Tolerance
  • Subassembly

23. Using the truth table below predict what the output would be for an AND gate and an OR gate if the input A signal is 0 and the input B signal is 1.

  • AND = 0, OR = 1
  • AND = 1, OR = 0
  • AND = 1, OR = 1
  • AND = 0, OR = 0

24. The picture shown is an example of a:

  • Title Block
  • Tolerance Block
  • Revision Block
  • Bill of Materials

25. The drawing shown below is an example of what type of drawing?

  • Architectural Drawing
  • Tolerance Drawing
  • Construction Drawing
  • Fabrication Drawing

26. What is this line that connects the arrowhead and the balloon called?

  • Leader Line
  • Landing Line
  • Hidden Line
  • Phantom Line

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

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

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

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

29. 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

30. 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

31. 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

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. 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

34. 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.

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

  • true
  • false

36. A multiview sketch shows which 2D views

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

37. A Multiview sketch includes three 2D sketches

  • True
  • False

38. A Multiview sketch starts with an isometric sketch

  • True
  • False

39. 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

40. 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

41. Cartesian paper is made up of what

  • triangles
  • circles
  • squares
  • rectangles

42. Isometric Sketches are done on what kind of paper

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

43. 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.

44. 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.

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

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

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

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

47. 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.

48. 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.

49. 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.

50. What kind of view is shown on the right hand side?

  • Isometric
  • Section
  • Assembly
  • Oblique

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