Ashok Leyland Recuitment - Written Test Questions

Ashok Leyland Recuitment - Written Test Questions

Some of the questions that have appeared in the written test at Ashok Leyland in last some years are:

• Which of the following option is not related to thermal radiation?

a. Steffan Boltzmann Law
b. Fourier Law
c. Planck Law

• From which of the following options, in which of the processes material is not removed?

a. Coining
b. Tapping
c. Punching
d. Embossing

• Which process is not used for forming a thread?

a. Milling
b. Rolling
c. Forging
d. Turning

• Which type of radiator is used in a bus?

• State the definitions of quenching, normalizing, and tempering.

• Which of the following has lowest specific heat?

a. Steam
b. Copper
c. Water

• What is the relation between suddenly applied stress and gradually applied stress?

• State the definitions of slab milling, milling and gang milling.

• On which law is based on temperature measurement?

• What is the normal hardness value of cast iron used in Lathe Bed?

• What is the meaning of over drive?

• Silencer not only reduce noise but it also

a. Increases fuel consumption
b. Reduces vibrations
c. Gives balance to engine
d. Decreases fuel consumption

• What is the unit of surface tension and kinematic viscosity?

• What should be the normal value of voltage in spark plug and distributor function?

• Which is the gear system in which axial thrust is absent?

• Which thread is used in screw jack and lead screw?

• State the function of diamond pin.

• Why do we use regenerator and condenser?

• Which cycle is used in diesel cycle, gas cycle and dual cycle diagrams?

• Define Gear Hobbler.

• The axial stress on a member which is subjected to sudden load when compared to load applied gradually is:

a. Half
b. Quadruple
c. Same
d. Double

• What is the crystalline structure of graphite?

a. FCC
b. HCP
c. BCC
d. Simple Cubic

• Choose the correct option, which has the lowest thermal conductivity?

a. Bronze
b. Stainless Steel
c. Steel
d. Copper
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