ME6601 DTS Important Questions, DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Answer Key – MECH 6th SEM Anna University

ME6601  DTS Important Questions

Anna University Regulation 2013 Mech ME6601  DTS Important Questions for all 5 units and MECH 6th SEM ME6601  DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS  Answer Key is listed down for students to make perfect utilization and score maximum marks with our study materials.

ME6601  DTS Important Questions


PART- A (2 Marks)

1 Name the types of transmission belt

2 List the commonly used belt

3 Define law of belting

4 Explain the term “Crowning of Pulleys”

5 Develop the formula for maximum tension in a belt

6 Define slip in a flat belt drive

7 Describe creep in a flat belt

8 Illustrate the factors affecting coefficient of friction.

9 Illustrate the factors to be considered in design of belt drives.

10 Describe the meaning of wire designation 6×12?

11 Describe the stresses induced in wire ropes?

12 Explain silent chain.

13 Classify the types of failure in chain drive.

14 Explain the main classification of chains?

15 Explain the chordal actions in chain drive.

16 Integrate why odd number of teeth for sprocket is preferred.

17 Discuss the different types of flat belt drives?

18 List the advantage of flat belt drives.

19 Integrate why the face of the pulley is crowned?

20 List the factors affecting the belt life

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