AIC JS3 B.TECH REVISION Test
  • 1. What is an isometric drawing?
A) A drawing that shows a two-dimensional object in three dimensions
B) A drawing that shows a three-dimensional object in four dimensions
C) A drawing that shows a four-dimensional object in three dimensions
D) A drawing that shows a three-dimensional object in two dimensions
  • 2. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an isometric drawing?
A) Lines are drawn at 30-degree angles
B) Lines are parallel to each other
C) Objects appear distorted
D) All three dimensions are shown equally
  • 3. In an isometric drawing, which axis is typically drawn at a 30-degree angle?
A) None of the above
B) Z-axis
C) Y-axis
D) X-axis
  • 4. Which of the following is NOT a common use of isometric drawings?
A) Design
B) Engineering
C) Mathematics
D) Architecture
  • 5. What is the purpose of using isometric drawings in technical fields?
A) To show objects in their true dimensions
B) To create realistic representations of objects
C) All of the above
D) To simplify complex objects
  • 6. Which of the following is NOT a type of isometric drawing?
A) Isometric view
B) Isometric grid
C) Isometric scale
D) Isometric projection
  • 7. How are isometric drawings different from perspective drawings?
A) Isometric drawings show objects in true dimensions
B) Perspective drawings use converging lines
C) Perspective drawings show objects in distorted dimensions
D) Isometric drawings use parallel lines
  • 8. Which of the following tools is commonly used to create isometric drawings?
A) Protractor
B) Isometric grid paper
C) T-square
D) Compass
  • 9. What is the advantage of using isometric drawings in technical fields?
A) They are easier to create than other types of drawings
B) They are more aesthetically pleasing
C) They allow for better visualization of complex objects
D) They provide a more accurate representation of objects
  • 10. Which of the following statements is true about isometric drawings?
A) They are always drawn with parallel lines
B) They are always drawn to scale
C) They are always drawn in perspective
D) They are always drawn with converging lines
  • 11. Which of the following is NOT a type of isometric projection?
A) Oblique
B) Orthographic
C) Dimetric
D) Trimetric
  • 12. How are isometric drawings typically labeled?
A) With the letter "I"
B) With the letter "P"
C) With the letter "O"
D) With the letter "A"
  • 13. Which of the following is NOT a common mistake when creating isometric drawings?
A) Incorrectly aligning the axes
B) Not showing all three dimensions equally
C) Using converging lines
D) Distorting the object
  • 14. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of using isometric drawings?
A) They are easier to understand than other types of drawings
B) They provide a more accurate representation of objects
C) They allow for better visualization of complex objects
D) They are more time-consuming to create
  • 15. How can isometric drawings be used in the design process?
A) To communicate ideas
B) To create prototypes
C) To analyze and improve designs
D) All of the above
  • 16. What is the purpose of using oblique drawing in technical drawings?
A) To show a two-dimensional view of an object
B) To show a top view of an object
C) To show a three-dimensional view of an object
D) To show a side view of an object
  • 17. In oblique drawing, which angle is typically used to represent the depth of an object?
A) 45 degrees
B) 60 degrees
C) 30 degrees
D) 90 degrees
  • 18. Which type of oblique drawing uses a 45-degree angle for the depth lines?
A) Isometric projection
B) Cavalier projection
C) Dimetric projection
D) Cabinet projection
  • 19. In oblique drawing, which lines are typically drawn at an angle to represent the depth of an object?
A) Diagonal lines
B) Horizontal lines
C) Vertical lines
D) Curved lines
  • 20. Which type of oblique drawing shows the true shape and size of the object's faces?
A) Isometric projection
B) Cabinet projection
C) Dimetric projection
D) Cavalier projection
  • 21. In oblique drawing, which type of line is used to represent hidden edges of an object?
A) Dashed lines
B) Curved lines
C) Solid lines
D) Dotted lines
  • 22. Which type of oblique drawing is commonly used in furniture design and architecture?
A) Dimetric projection
B) Cabinet projection
C) Cavalier projection
D) Isometric projection
  • 23. In oblique drawing, which type of projection is used to show the object as it appears to the eye?
A) Oblique projection
B) Orthographic projection
C) Perspective projection
D) Axonometric projection
  • 24. Which type of oblique drawing uses a 30-degree angle for the depth lines?
A) Dimetric projection
B) Cavalier projection
C) Cabinet projection
D) Isometric projection
  • 25. In oblique drawing, which type of line is used to represent the front edges of an object?
A) Dotted lines
B) Solid lines
C) Dashed lines
D) Curved lines
  • 26. Which of the following is NOT a type of orthographic projection?
A) Isometric
B) Perspective
C) Oblique
D) Planometric
  • 27. In orthographic projection, how many views are typically used to represent an object?
A) 3
B) 4
C) 1
D) 2
  • 28. Which of the following views is typically NOT included in an orthographic projection?
A) Isometric view
B) Front view
C) Top view
D) Side view
  • 29. In orthographic projection, which view shows the object as it would appear if looking directly at the front of it?
A) Front view
B) Side view
C) Top view
D) Isometric view
  • 30. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of orthographic projection?
A) Views are shown in perspective
B) Lines are parallel
C) Views are projected from different angles
D) Views are drawn to scale
  • 31. In orthographic projection, which view shows the object as it would appear if looking directly at the top of it?
A) Top view
B) Isometric view
C) Side view
D) Front view
  • 32. Which of the following is a type of orthographic projection that shows the object as if it were tilted at an angle?
A) Isometric
B) Planometric
C) Oblique
D) Perspective
  • 33. In orthographic projection, which view shows the object as it would appear if looking directly at the right side of it?
A) Isometric view
B) Side view
C) Top view
D) Front view
  • 34. Which of the following is a type of orthographic projection that shows the object as if it were viewed from above at an angle?
A) Perspective
B) Oblique
C) Isometric
D) Planometric
  • 35. In orthographic projection, which view shows the object as it would appear if looking at it from a 45-degree angle?
A) Isometric view
B) Front view
C) Top view
D) Side view
  • 36. Which of the following is NOT a benefit of using orthographic projection in technical drawing?
A) Helps in visualizing complex shapes
B) Facilitates communication of design ideas
C) Allows for accurate representation of objects
D) Provides a realistic view of the object
  • 37. In orthographic projection, which view shows the object as it would appear if looking directly at the left side of it?
A) Side view
B) Top view
C) Front view
D) Isometric view
  • 38. What is the purpose of drawing guidelines in a one point perspective drawing?
A) To help create a sense of depth and proportion
B) To add color and texture to the drawing
C) To make the drawing look abstract
D) To make the drawing look messy and unorganized
  • 39. How can you create the illusion of distance in a one point perspective drawing?
A) By drawing objects larger in the foreground and smaller in the background
B) By drawing objects at random angles
C) By using multiple vanishing points
D) By using bright colors in the background and dark colors in the foreground
  • 40. What is the focal point in a one point perspective drawing?
A) The point where the viewer's eye is drawn to
B) The point where the drawing ends
C) The point where the horizon line meets the vanishing point
D) The point where all the lines converge
  • 41. How can you create a sense of depth in a one point perspective drawing?
A) By drawing objects at random angles
B) By using only one color
C) By using multiple vanishing points
D) By overlapping objects
  • 42. What is the difference between one point perspective and two point perspective drawing?
A) One point perspective and two point perspective are the same
B) One point perspective does not use any vanishing points, while two point perspective uses multiple vanishing points
C) One point perspective uses two vanishing points, while two point perspective uses one vanishing point
D) One point perspective uses one vanishing point, while two point perspective uses two vanishing points
  • 43. What is the main purpose of soldering and brazing?
A) To cut metal pieces
B) To polish metal surfaces
C) To heat treat metal
D) To join two metal pieces together
  • 44. Which of the following metals is commonly used as a filler material in soldering and brazing?
A) Iron
B) Iron
C) Aluminum
D) Copper
  • 45. What is the melting point of soldering compared to brazing?
A) Soldering has a higher melting point
B) Soldering has a lower melting point
C) Brazing has a lower melting point
D) Brazing has a higher melting point
  • 46. Which of the following tools is commonly used in soldering and brazing?
A) Soldering iron
B) Pliers
C) Screwdriver
D) Hammer
  • 47. Which of the following is a safety precaution when soldering and brazing?
A) Wear gloves
B) Touch the hot metal with bare hands
C) Use water to cool the metal
D) Work in a poorly ventilated area
  • 48. What is the difference between soldering and brazing?
A) Brazing uses a lower temperature
B) Soldering uses a filler material
C) Brazing does not require flux
D) Soldering uses a higher temperature
  • 49. What is the main advantage of brazing over soldering?
A) Brazing is faster
B) Brazing does not require flux
C) Brazing produces a stronger joint
D) Brazing is cheaper
  • 50. The motion of a swing moving back and forth is an example of which type of motion?
A) Oscillating motion
B) Circular motion
C) Reciprocating motion
D) Linear motion
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