GATE MT Question Paper 2009

GATE MT Question Paper 2009GATE MT Question Paper 2009.

GATE i.e. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering Metallurgical Engineering 2009 Exam has been conducted by IISc Bangalore IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee. This GATE MT 2009 examination is the procedure to get the admission in M.Tech

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Q.3 Flux in welding process acts as
(A) catalyst (B) protective agent (C) filler (D) heat generator

Q.4 In an ideal HCP packing. the c/a ratio is
(A) 1.225 (B) 1.414 (C) 1.633 (D) 1.732

Q.5 A property that CANNOT be obtained from a tensile test is
(A) Young’s modulus (B) yield strength
(C) ultimate tensile strength (D) endurance limit

Q.6 Intensive thermodynamic variables are
(A) independent of the number of moles in the system
(B) dependent on the volume of the system
(C) dependent on the mass of the system
(D) independent of the temperature of the system

Q.7 In a sound casting. the last liquid to solidify is in the
(A) runner (B) riser (C) gate (D) vent

Q.8 An annealed plain carbon steel, showing fully pearlitic microstructure, has a carbon content of
(A)0.01 wt% (B)0.20 wt% (C)0.77 wt% (D)1.20 wt%

Q.9 Superalloys are
(A) Al-based alloys (B) Cu-based alloys
(C) Ni-based alloys (D) Mg-based alloys

Q.10 Wood is a naturally occurring
(A) malleable material (B) composite material
(C) ceramic material (D) isotropic material


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