GATE ME Question Paper 1995.
GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Mechanical Engineering 1995 Exam Has been Conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE ME 1995 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech
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1. Statistical quahty control was developed by
(a) Frederick Taylor
(b) Water shcs’hart
(c) George Dantzig
(d) WE. Derning
2. Among the conventional machining proccsses, maximum specific energy is consumed in
(a) turning (1’) drilling
(t’) planing (d) grinding
3. Cutting power consumption in turning can be significantly reduced by
(a) increasing rake angLe of the tool
(b) increasing the cutting angles of the tool
(c) widening the nose radius of the tool
(di increasing the clearance angle
4. Plain milling of mild steel plate produces
(a) irregular shaped discontinuous chips
(b) regular shaped discontinuous chips
(c) continuous chips without built up edge
(d) jointed chips
5. A fluid is said to be Newtonian when the shear stress is
(a) directly proportional to the velocity gradient
(b) inversely proportional to the velocity gradient
(c) independent of the velocity gradient (SI) none of the above