# Industrial engineering MCQ Mechanical Engineering

50 Questions 30 Mins

### About Industrial engineering

Industrial Engineering is the process of making things better. It is the application of scientific and mathematical principles to the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems for producing goods and services. Industrial engineers work in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, health care, logistics, and construction

It is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, improvement, and installation of systems in industries. Industrial engineers work to make these systems more efficient and effective. They use their knowledge of maths and science to solve problems and improve processes. Industrial engineering is a dynamic field that is always changing and evolving. Industrial engineers must be able to adapt to new technologies and processes. It is a challenging and rewarding field. Industrial engineers make a difference in the world by improving the systems that we use every day. If you are interested in making things better, then industrial engineering may be the field for you.

#### Final Verdict

Industrial engineers typically have a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering, although some have a degree in other engineering disciplines. Industrial engineers who want to pursue a master's degree or Ph.D. can choose from many different programs.

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

## Industrial engineering MCQ

### 1. Military type of organisation is known as

• line organisation
• functional organisation
• line and staff organisation
• line, staff and functional organisation

### 2. The simplex method is the basic method for

• Value analysis
• Operation research
• Linear programming
• Model analysis

### 3. According to MAPI formula, the old machine should be replaced by new one when (Here, CAM = Challenger's Adverse minimum, DAM = Defender's Adverse minimum)

• CAM < DAM
• CAM > DAM
• CAM = DAM
• There is no such criterion

### 4. The essential condition for the decompression of an activity is that

• The project time should change due to decompression
• After decompression the time of an activity invariably exceeds its normal time
• An activity could be decompressed to the maximum extent of its normal time
• None of the above

### 5. PERT

• provides an approach for keeping planning up-to-date
• provides a way for management to require that planning be done on a uniform and logical basis
• permits management to foresee quickly the impact of variations from the plan
• all of the above

### 6. Which one of the following techniques is used for determining allowances in time study?

• Acceptance sampling
• Linear regression
• Performance rating
• Work sampling

### 7. Process layout is employed

• where low volume of production is required
• where similar jobs are manufactured on similar machines
• where machines are arranged on functional basis
• all of the above

### 8. The value engineering technique in which experts of the same rank assemble for product development is called

• Delphi
• brain storming
• morphological analysis
• direct expert comparison

### 9. Travel charts are used to

• analyse material handling
• determine inventory control difficulties
• plan material handling procedure and routes
• all of the above

### 10. The interchangeability can be achieved by

• standardisation
• better process planning
• bonus plan
• better product planning

### 11. Actual performance of a task is called

• an event
• an activity
• a duration
• none of these

### 12. Which of the following wage incentive plan is applied to all workers?

• Halsey plan
• Gantt plan
• Emerson's efficiency plan
• Rowan plan

### 13. Halsey plan of wage incentive

• is not applied to all level of workers
• is applied to all level of workers
• does not guarantee minimum wage
• is based upon efficiency of worker

### 14. CPM requires

• single time estimate
• double time estimate
• triple time estimate
• none of these

• AP/C
• 2AP/C
• √(2AP/C)
• (AP/C)²

• Yes
• No

### 17. The most suitableincentive plan for the maintenance section of an industry will be

• piece rate system
• group incentive plan
• profit sharing plans
• simplification

### 18. Process layout is also known as

• analyticallayout
• synthetic layout
• static product layout
• none of these

### 19. For handling materials during manufacture of cement, a __________ is widely used.

• belt conveyor
• bucket conveyor
• fork lift truck

### 20. Linear programming can be applied successfully to

• chemical industry
• oil industry
• banks
• all of these

• True
• False

### 22. PERT requires

• single time estimate
• double time estimate
• triple time estimate
• none of these

### 23. Queuing theory is associated with

• inventory
• sales
• waiting time
• production time

• Agree
• Disagree

### 25. Which of the following type of layout is suitable for automobile manufacturing concern?

• product layout
• process layout
• fixed position layout
• combination layout

### 26. String diagram is used

• for checking the relative values of various layouts
• when a group of workers are working at a place
• where processes require the operator to be moved from one work place to another
• all of the above

### 27. Direct expenses include

• factory expenses
• selling expenses
• none of these

• Yes
• No

### 29. The routing function in a production system design is concerned with

• manpower utilisation
• quality assurance of the product
• machine utilisation
• optimising material flow through the plant

### 30. Job evaluation is the method of determining the

• relative values of a job
• worker's performance on a job
• worth of the machine
• value of overall production

### 31. Which of the following wage incentive plan guarantees minimum wage to a worker and bonus is paid for the fixed percentage of time saved?

• Halsey plan
• Gantt plan
• Rowan plan
• Emerson's efficiency plan

### 32. Simplex method is the method used for

• value analysis
• network analysis
• linear programming
• queuing theory

### 33. Dispatching

• prescribes the sequence of operations to be followed
• determines the programme for the operations
• is concerned with the starting of processes
• regulates the progress of job through various processes

### 34. In A-B-C analysis, which class of items are generally large in number?

• A
• B
• C
• none of these

### 35. In order to avoid excessive multiplication of facilities, the layout preferred is

• product layout
• process layout
• group layout
• static layout

### 36. A-B-C analysis is used in

• CPM
• PERT
• inventory control
• all of these

### 37. Work study involues

• only method study
• only work measurement
• method study and work measurement
• only motion study

### 38. Which of the following are the guidelines for the construction of a network diagram?

• Each activity is represented by one and only one arrow in the network.
• Dangling must be avoided in a network diagram.
• Dummy activity consumes no time or resource.
• all of the above

### 39. In a line organisation

• responsibility of each individual is fixed
• discipline is strong
• quick decisions are taken
• all of these

### 40. If (R) is the base rate guaranteed per hour, (S) is the standard time for the job and (T) is the actual time, then according to Rowan plan, wages for the job will be

• TR
• TR + [(S - T)/2] × R
• TR + (S - T) × R
• TR + [(S - T)/S] × R

### 41. In CPM, the cost slope is determined by

• Crash cost/Normal Cost
• (Crash Cost - Normal cost)/ (Normal time - Crash time)
• Normal Cost/Crash cost
• (Normal cost - Crash cost)/ (Normal time - Crash time)

### 42. The determination of standard time in a complex job system is best done through

• stop watch time study
• analysis of micromotions
• grouping timing technique
• analysis of standard data system

### 43. A diagram showing the path followed by men and materials while performing a task is known as

• string diagram
• flow process chart
• travel chart
• flow diagram

### 44. A device used for lifting or lowering objects suspended from a hook at the end of retractable chains or cable is called

• hoist
• jib crane
• portable elevator
• chain conveyor

### 45. The type of organisation preferred for a steel industry, is

• line organisation
• functional organisation
• line and staff organisation
• line, staff and functional organisation

### 46. The chart which gives an estimate about the amount of materials handling between various work stations is known as

• flow chart
• process chart
• travel chart
• operation chart

• True
• False

• Correct
• Incorrect

• Correct
• Incorrect

### 50. Which one of the following chart gives simultaneously information about the progress of work and machine loading?

• Process chart
• Machine load chart
• Man-machine chart
• Gantt chart