Multiple-Choice Questions or Objective-Type Questions on Forging [PDF Included]

Here, I will brief about Smithy and Forging shop through some Multiple-Choice Questions. I am sure that you will get an idea about the Forging Operation and associated tools and instruments used in the Forging shop.

Forging is the oldest metalworking process and this is mostly considered a hot working process. In this article, I will display some Multiple-Choice Questions on Forging.

Further, there will be a quiz at the end. Don’t miss it. Appear for the Forging Quiz and evaluate yourself.

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Multiple-Choice Questions on Smithy and Forging Shop

Here are some objective type questions on Forging:

  • Which of the following process is used to reduce the cross-section?
  1. Fullering
  2. Flattening
  3. Swaging
  4. None of the above

Ans: (1)

  • In Fullering operation, you can
  1. Reduce the material cross section
  2. Increase the length
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. Change the shape of the cross-section.

Ans: (3)

  • Drop forging die consists of halves. Which of the following statesman is true?
  1. Lower half is fixed to anvil
  2. Upper half is fixed to movable Ram
  3. Lower half is fixed to movable Ram
  4. Both (1) and (2)

Ans: (4)

  • Which action is continuous in the case of Press forging?
  1. Repeated impact blows
  2. Squeezing
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Which of the following are the forging defects?
  1. Cold shut
  2. Scale pit
  3. Flakes
  4. All of the above

Ans: (4)

  • If forging or dies are not cleaned properly, it will create
  1. Cold shut defect
  2. Scale pit defect
  3. Flakes
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • If exterior surfaces cool earlier than initial surfaces, it will create
  1. Cold shut defect
  2. Scale pit defect
  3. Flakes
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Which effect generally occurs at corners?
  1. Cold shut defect
  2. Scale pit defect
  3. Flakes
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • Which part of the Blacksmith’s Forge carries fuel?
  1. Tuyere
  2. Hood
  3. Hearth
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Which part indicates the nozzle in the center of the Hearth?
  1. Tuyere
  2. Hood
  3. Hearth
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • Which part of the Forge supplies the air?
  1. Tuyere
  2. Valve
  3. Blower
  4. Hood

Ans: (3)

  • Which part of the Forge controls the supply of air?
  1. Tuyere
  2. Valve
  3. Blower
  4. Hood

Ans: (2)

  • Which part of the Forge collects the smoke?
  1. Tuyere
  2. Valve
  3. Blower
  4. Hood

Ans: (4)

  • The use of water tank in the Blacksmith’s Forge is:
  1. To supply water
  2. To quench
  3. To prevent fire from spreading
  4. Both (2) and (3)

Ans: (4)

  • Due to which part the Blacksmith’s Forge can withstand heavy blows of a hammer?
  1. Hood
  2. Anvil
  3. Tueyer
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • For bending the metal, which part of the Anvil helps?
  1. Horn or Beak
  2. Chipping
  3. Flatters
  4. Swages

Ans: (1)

  • For necking down a workpiece, which part of the Anvil helps?
  1. Swages
  2. Flatters
  3. Fullers
  4. Set hammer

Ans: (3)

  • Chisels are used in Forging shop for:
  1. Finishing the flat surfaces
  2. Making a notch before breaking
  3. Reducing the workpieces to round form
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • For reducing the workpieces to round form, which part of the Anvil helps?
  1. Swages
  2. Flatters
  3. Fullers
  4. Set Hammer

Ans: (1)

  • The material of the Swage block is:
  1. Cast iron
  2. Carbon steel
  3. Mild steel
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • A Hardie set means
  1. A pair of tongs
  2. A pair of chisels
  3. A pair of hammers
  4. A pair of punches

Ans: (2)

  • For producing holes in red hot metal, which instrument do you need?
  1. Chisel
  2. Fullers
  3. Tongs
  4. Punches

Ans: (4)

  • For enlarging the holes in red hot metal, you need:
  1. Punch
  2. Drift
  3. Chisel
  4. Hardie set

Ans: (2)

  • Which type of hammer does not have any peen formation and has flat faces at both ends?
  1. Straight peen hammer
  2. Cross-peen hammer
  3. Double faced hammer
  4. Ball peen hammer

Ans: (3)

  • Drifts are used to:
  1. Create the holes
  2. Enlarge the holes
  3. To make the surface flat
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

Forging Quiz

Here are the Quiz questions on Forging for you:

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Forging Quiz

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Punches are used to

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Which of the following operation do you need to perform to make the head of a bolt?

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For making a groove on the workpiece, you need:

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When the peen of the hammer is perpendicular to the axis and the axis passes through the eye hole, which type of hammer it is?

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The peen of the hammer is along the axis and the axis passes through the eye hole. Which type of hammer it is?

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When will you use the Open dies?

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By which instrument, you will support the workpiece during Forging?

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During forging, by which instrument you will hold the workpiece?

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If you want to form a neck and groove in the workpiece, you need:

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When you perform the operations like fullering, flattening,swaging, bending on an open die, this forging method is known as:

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Conclusion

The multiple-choice questions mentioned here are the basic questions on Smithy and Forging Shop. It will help you in clearing the viva during the semester examination. However, if you find any contradiction, let me know and give me a chance to improve myself.

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