JNTU B.Tech Examinations, FOUNDRY AND WELDING, Aug/Sep 2008

JNTU B.Tech Examinations, FOUNDRY AND WELDING, Aug/Sep 2008

(Production Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

SET-III

1. (a) What are the common materials used for making patterns? Why some materials are preferred to others in making patterns used in a mechanized foundry?

(b) Explain why the following allowances are provided: draft allowance, shrinkage

allowance, and machining allowance.

(c) What are the common pattern making methods? [6+6+4]

 

2. (a) What are the property requirements of cores? How the required property set

is obtained by adjusting the composition of core sands?

(b) What are stock cores? How are they made?

(c) Differentiate between the composition, properties, shelf live of oil, sand and

shell sand cores [6+4+6]

 

3. (a) What is liningless cupola? How is cupola shell is water cooled?

(b) Draw a sketch of water cooled cupola and its accessories. [6+10]

 

4. Lay out an algorithm based on the principles of gating system design to feed an

arbitrary mold cavity with liquid metal. [16]

 

5. (a) Name two gas welding techniques and explain their principle and applications.

(b) Discuss various types of flames used in gas welding process. Suggest their

specific applications. [8+8]

 

6. Write an essay on ‘Testing of adhesive bonded joints’. [16]

 

7. With the help of a neat sketch, describe the working of a ram injection molding

process. List out the advantages and disadvantages of the process over other methods of processing of plastics. Also give the important applications of this process.

[16]

 

8. (a) Why is particle size is of great importance in powder metallurgy? What do

you know about different classes of powders in powder metallurgy? Explain.

(b) Discuss the electrolytic method of copper powder production indicating its

advantages, the principle on which the method is based, the main variables

affecting the properties of the powder and technology of the process. [6+10]

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