Mechanical Engineering: Machine and Tool Design Assessment

  • $10.00


The Mechanical Engineering: Machine and Tool Design assessment is a broad based assessment designed to assess the candidate's familiarity with and understanding of machine and tool design fundamentals. All questions fall into the categories of General, Statics, Fluids, Electrical, Materials, or Tooling. The basic category questions are primarily aimed at a junior engineer with 1-2 years of experience, engaged in the complete design process which is supervised by a more experienced engineer or engineering manager. The intermediate and advanced questions are aimed at more experienced engineers but would provide good instructional topics for the junior engineer.

A assessment for Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics Fundamentals is also available.

Number of questions 50
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Electrical
Fluids
General
Material
Materials
Power Transmission
Statics
Tooling
Tasks tested AC Electrical Motors
AC Electrical Theory
AC Transformer Theory
Basic Hydraulics
Basic Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Basic Statics
Brazing Alloys
Cavitation in Pumps
Copper Nickel Alloys
DC Electrical Power Dissipation Formula
Dimensional Analysis
Energy
Epicyclic Gear Trains
Euler Theorem
Fastener Markings
Fluid Hydraulics
Frictional Forces
Galvanic Corrosion
Galvanic Corrosion Reactions
Galvanic Series
Gear Power Transmission Theory
Gear Trains
Gearbox
Horsepower Transmission
Manufacturing of Abrasive Cutting Tools
Material Properties
Moment and Shear Diagrams in Statics Analysis
Moment of Inertia of a Cross Section
Pipe Designations
Pipe Material Performance
Shear and Moment Diagrams
SI Units
Spring Performance
Stainless Steel Alloys
Standard Engineering Drawing Practice
Statics
Steel Heat Treatments
System Reliability
TIG Welding
Tooling
Torque Calculation
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)