Category: Chemical Engineering

Latest multiple choice questions with answers for chemical engineering students.

Chemical Engineering MCQs [Quiz 37]

Q1. Which of the following is preferred for riveting?
(A) Lap joint
(B) Butt joint
(C) Either (A) or (B)
(D) Neither (A) nor (B)

Q2. Resistance of an electrical conductor is proportional to its (where, l = length and A = crosssectional area of the conductor)
(A) A
(B) l
(C) A2
(D) Both ‘a’ & ‘b’

Q3. In case of simple harmonic motion, displacement is proportional to the
(A) Velocity
(B) Acceleration
(C) Both (A) & (B)
(D) Neither (A) nor (B)

Q4. Thermit welding uses the following energy source.
(A) Electrical energy
(B) Chemical energy
(C) Energy of high velocity electrons
(D) Heat generated by friction

Q5. A material in which the atoms are arranged regularly in some directions but not in others, is termed as ‘mesomorphous material’; an example of which is
(A) Lead
(B) Glass
(C) Mica
(D) Silver

Q6. Out of the following, the __________ pipe has the least corrosion resistance.
(A) Mild steel
(B) Copper
(C) Cast iron
(D) Wrought iron

Q7. The best guide to judge the general quality of water is the measurement of its
(A) pH value
(B) Electrical conductivity
(C) Turbidity
(D) Dissolved oxygen content

Q8. The most economical channel section for the fluid flow is the one for which the discharge is maximum for a given cross-sectional area. Vertical velocity distribution in an open channel for laminar flow can be assumed to be
(A) Parabolic
(B) Hyperbolic
(C) Straight line
(D) None of these

Q9. The maximum thickness of the metal which can be welded using ultrasonic welding is __________ mm.
(A) 0.5
(B) 3
(C) 10
(D) 25

Q10. Lead is poured into the joints between two __________ pipes.
(A) Cast iron
(B) Steel
(C) Concrete
(D) Plastic

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