1

GATE PI 2003

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+5

-1.5

In a single pass flat rolling operation, a $$400$$ $$mm$$ wide steel strip having a thickness of $$10mm$$ is reduced to $$8$$ $$mm$$ by using a roll of $$600mm$$ diameter.

Considering the situation for a maximum draft of the process, what is the coefficient of friction?

2

GATE PI 1993

Subjective

+5

-0

Calculate the minimum number of hot rolling passes necessary to reduce an ingot of $$200mm$$ thickness to $$100mm$$ thickness in two high reversible rolling mill with roll diameter is $$500$$ $$mm.$$ The coefficient of friction between the rolls and the hot material is assumed as $$0.20.$$

3

GATE PI 1990

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+5

-1.5

A steel wire of length $$100$$ $$m$$ and diameter $$12.214$$ $$mm$$ is drawn to a final diameter of $$10mm.$$ Tensile tests of specimen made before and after the drawing operation gave yield stress as $$200$$ $$MPa$$ and $$400$$ $$MPa$$ respectively,

The length of drawn wire is

4

GATE PI 1990

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+5

-1.5

A steel wire of length $$100$$ $$m$$ and diameter $$12.214$$ $$mm$$ is drawn to a final diameter of $$10mm.$$ Tensile tests of specimen made before and after the drawing operation gave yield stress as $$200$$ $$MPa$$ and $$400$$ $$MPa$$ respectively,

The yield stress of the steel at a true stain $$0.2,$$ by assuming linear strain hardening law.

Questions Asked from Metal Forming Process (Marks 5)

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GATE PI Subjects

Fluid Mechanics

Metrology

Theory of Machines

Engineering Mathematics

Machine Tools and Machining

Industrial Engineering

Engineering Mechanics

Strength of Materials

Thermodynamics

Machine Design

Casting

Joining of Materials

Metal Forming