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Code No: 117EN

Set No. 1

Name:

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B .Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September-2017 MATERIAL SCIENCE

Objective Exam Hall Ticket No.

A
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Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. Which of the following is/are mechanical property of a material?

 

[

]

 

a)

proof resilience and creep

b) specific heat and thermal fatigue

 

c)

susceptibility and retentivity

d) passivity and pH-value

2. The crystal structure of most of the common metals are

 

[

]

 

a)

cubic

b) rhombohedral

c) tetragonal

d) triclinic

3. A crystalline solid has all similar atoms relative to neighbouring k atoms in

[

]

 

a)

periodical positions

b) reversed positions

c)

random fluctuating position

d) similar positions

4. A metal which possesses body centred tetragonal structure is

 

[

]

 

a)

vanadium

b) tin

c) aluminium

d) nickel

5.

In Miller-Bravais index system (hkil), the observed rule is

 

[

]

a)

h + k = i

b) h + k = -i

c) h = i + k,

d) h + i = -k

6.

Van der Waals bond will form in

 

[

]

a)

hafnium

b) polonium

c)

cobalt

d) argon

7. Point imperfections, during interaction with each other,

 

[

]

 

a)

lower their total energy

b) are not effected at all

 

c)

are thermodynamically stable

d) both a and c

8. The grain boundary area decreases when a polycrystalline material is heated

[

]

 

a)

below 0.5 T m

b) below 0 kelvin

c)

above room temperature

d) above 0.5 T m

where T m is melting point in kelvin.

9. Volume imperfections can be

 

[

]

 

a)

Schottky's defect

b) twin

 

c)

stacking fault

d) noncrystalline regions

10. Hume-Rothery's condition applies in a two metals system such as

 

[

]

 

a)

iron-tungsten

b) polonium sulphur

 

c)

cadmium-silver

d) phosphorus-platinum

Code

No: 117EN

:2:

Set No. 1

II

Fill in the Blanks

11.

Strain hardening will take place if obstacles are

12.

Critical resolved shear stress is a phenomenon related to

 

13.

Example for a non-crystalline solid is

14.

A physically homogeneous distinct portion of a materials system is called

.

15.

The number of effective atoms per unit cell in the FCC structure is

16.

Bond length in ionic bond is of the order of

17.

Vectorial sum of the Burgers vector of dislocations meeting at a nodal point is

 

18.

Dislocations influence the mechanical strength of a crystal by

19.

Number of phase(s) in a salt-water mixture is/are

20.

In low carbon steel, presence of small quantity of sulphur improves

 

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Code No: 117EN

Set No. 2

Name:

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B .Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September-2017 MATERIAL SCIENCE

Objective Exam Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. A metal which possesses body centred tetragonal structure is

 

[

]

a)

vanadium

b) tin

c) aluminium

d) nickel

2. In Miller-Bravais index system (hkil), the observed rule is

 

[

]

a)

h + k = i

b) h + k = -i

c) h = i + k,

d) h + i = -k

3. Van der Waals bond will form in

 

[

]

a)

hafnium

b) polonium

c)

cobalt

d) argon

4. Point imperfections, during interaction with each other,

 

[

]

a)

lower their total energy

b) are not effected at all

 

c)

are thermodynamically stable

d) both a and c

5. The grain boundary area decreases when a polycrystalline material is heated

[

]

a)

below 0.5 T m

b) below 0 kelvin

c)

above room temperature

d) above 0.5 T m

where T m is melting point in kelvin.

6. Volume imperfections can be

 

[

]

a)

Schottky's defect

b) twin

 

c)

stacking fault

d) noncrystalline regions

7. Hume-Rothery's condition applies in a two metals system such as

 

[

]

a)

iron-tungsten

b) polonium sulphur

 

c)

cadmium-silver

d) phosphorus-platinum

8. Which of the following is/are mechanical property of a material?

 

[

]

a)

proof resilience and creep

b) specific heat and thermal fatigue

 

c)

susceptibility and retentivity

d) passivity and pH-value

9. The crystal structure of most of the common metals are

 

[

]

a)

cubic

b) rhombohedral

c) tetragonal

d) triclinic

10. A crystalline solid has all similar atoms relative to neighbouring k atoms in

[

]

a)

periodical positions

b) reversed positions

c)

random fluctuating position

d) similar positions

Code

No: 117EN

:2:

Set No. 2

II

Fill in the Blanks

11.

A physically homogeneous distinct portion of a materials system is called

.

12.

The number of effective atoms per unit cell in the FCC structure is

13.

Bond length in ionic bond is of the order of

14.

Vectorial sum of the Burgers vector of dislocations meeting at a nodal point is

 

15.

Dislocations influence the mechanical strength of a crystal by

16.

Number of phase(s) in a salt-water mixture is/are

17.

In low carbon steel, presence of small quantity of sulphur improves

 

18.

Strain hardening will take place if obstacles are

19.

Critical resolved shear stress is a phenomenon related to

 

20.

Example for a non-crystalline solid is

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Code No: 117EN

Set No. 3

Name:

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B .Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September-2017 MATERIAL SCIENCE

Objective Exam Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. Van der Waals bond will form in

 

[

]

a)

hafnium

b) polonium

c)

cobalt

d) argon

2. Point imperfections, during interaction with each other,

 

[

]

a)

lower their total energy

b) are not effected at all

 

c)

are thermodynamically stable

d) both a and c

3. The grain boundary area decreases when a polycrystalline material is heated

[

]

a)

below 0.5 T m

b) below 0 kelvin

c)

above room temperature

d) above 0.5 T m

where T m is melting point in kelvin.

4. Volume imperfections can be

 

[

]

a)

Schottky's defect

b) twin

 

c)

stacking fault

d) noncrystalline regions

5. Hume-Rothery's condition applies in a two metals system such as

 

[

]

a)

iron-tungsten

b) polonium sulphur

 

c)

cadmium-silver

d) phosphorus-platinum

6. Which of the following is/are mechanical property of a material?

 

[

]

a)

proof resilience and creep

b) specific heat and thermal fatigue

 

c)

susceptibility and retentivity

d) passivity and pH-value

7. The crystal structure of most of the common metals are

 

[

]

a)

cubic

b) rhombohedral

c) tetragonal

d) triclinic

8. A crystalline solid has all similar atoms relative to neighbouring k

atoms in

[

]

a)

periodical positions

b) reversed positions

c)

random fluctuating position

d) similar positions

9. A metal which possesses body centred tetragonal structure is

 

[

]

a)

vanadium

b) tin

c) aluminium

d) nickel

10. In Miller-Bravais index system (hkil), the observed rule is

 

[

]

a)

h + k = i

b) h + k = -i

c) h = i + k,

d) h + i = -k

Code

No: 117EN

:2:

Set No.3

II

Fill in the Blanks

11.

Bond length in ionic bond is of the order of

12.

Vectorial sum of the Burgers vector of dislocations meeting at a nodal point is

 

13.

Dislocations influence the mechanical strength of a crystal by

14.

Number of phase(s) in a salt-water mixture is/are

15.

In low carbon steel, presence of small quantity of sulphur improves

 

16.

Strain hardening will take place if obstacles are

17.

Critical resolved shear stress is a phenomenon related to

 

18.

Example for a non-crystalline solid is

19.

A physically homogeneous distinct portion of a materials system is called

.

20.

The number of effective atoms per unit cell in the FCC structure is

-oOo-

Code No: 117EN

Set No.4

Name:

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD IV B .Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September-2017 MATERIAL SCIENCE

Objective Exam Hall Ticket No.

A
A

Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. The grain boundary area decreases when a polycrystalline material is heated

[

]

a)

below 0.5 T m

b) below 0 kelvin

c)

above room temperature

d) above 0.5 T m

where T m is melting point in kelvin.

2. Volume imperfections can be

 

[

]

a)

Schottky's defect

b) twin

 

c)

stacking fault

d) noncrystalline regions

3. Hume-Rothery's condition applies in a two metals system such as

 

[

]

a)

iron-tungsten

b) polonium sulphur

 

c)

cadmium-silver

d) phosphorus-platinum

4. Which of the following is/are mechanical property of a material?

 

[

]

a)

proof resilience and creep

b) specific heat and thermal fatigue

 

c)

susceptibility and retentivity

d) passivity and pH-value

5. The crystal structure of most of the common metals are

 

[

]

a)

cubic

b) rhombohedral

c) tetragonal

d) triclinic

6. A crystalline solid has all similar atoms relative to neighbouring k atoms in

[

]

a)

periodical positions

b) reversed positions

c)

random fluctuating position

d) similar positions

7. A metal which possesses body centred tetragonal structure is

 

[

]

a)

vanadium

b) tin

c) aluminium

d) nickel

8. In Miller-Bravais index system (hkil), the observed rule is

 

[

]

a)

h + k = i

b) h + k = -i

c) h = i + k,

d) h + i = -k

9. Van der Waals bond will form in

 

[

]

a)

hafnium

b) polonium

c)

cobalt

d) argon

10. Point imperfections, during interaction with each other,

 

[

]

a)

lower their total energy

b) are not effected at all

 

c)

are thermodynamically stable

d) both a and c

Code

No: 117EN

:2:

Set No.4

II

Fill in the Blanks

11.

Dislocations influence the mechanical strength of a crystal by

 

12.

Number of phase(s) in a salt-water mixture is/are

13.

In low carbon steel, presence of small quantity of sulphur improves

 

14.

Strain hardening will take place if obstacles are

15.

Critical resolved shear stress is a phenomenon related to

 

16.

Example for a non-crystalline solid is

17.

A physically homogeneous distinct portion of a materials system is called

.

18.

The number of effective atoms per unit cell in the FCC structure is

19.

Bond length in ionic bond is of the order of

20.

Vectorial sum of the Burgers vector of dislocations meeting at a nodal point is

 

-oOo-