Industrial Engineering Questions with Answers

Industrial Engineering Questions with Answers

1- ___ is the probability that a product will operate properly within an expected time frame.

(A) serviceability

(B) performance

(C) reliability

(D) durability

 

2-Which of the following describes a Process layout?

(A) equipment is specialized and the workers are unskilled

(B) equipment is general purpose and the workers are highly skilled

(C) equipment is specialized and the workers are highly skilled

(D) equipment is general purpose and the workers are unskilled

 

3-Material requirements planning (MRP) is useful for all of the following except

(A) erratic orders

(B) independent demand items

(C) discrete demand items

(D) dependent demand items

 

4-Following tool displays major causes of poor quality on a graph.

(A) Scatter diagram

(B) Histogram

(C) Fishbone diagram

(D) Process flow chart

 

5-Following two techniques used to design process layouts

(A) block diagramming and relationship diagramming

(B) relationship diagramming and assembly line balancing

(C) relationship diagramming and assembling line balancing

(D) block diagramming and assembly line balancing

 

6-All of the following are inputs into the MRP process except

(A) the planned order report

(B) the item master file

(C) the product structure file

(D) the master production schedule

 

7-Following is not a primary purpose of statistical process control.

(A) to determine when a process is not in control

(B) to identify specification limits

(C) to detect special cause variations

(D) to establish control limits

 

8-Which of the following statements is most true?

(A) product and process layout are equally efficient: neither are flexible

(B) product and process layouts are equally flexible; neither are efficient

(C) product layouts are efficient: process layouts are flexible

(D) product layouts are flexible; process layouts are efficient

 

9-A phantom bill of material is used

(A) when due dates have not been calculated

(B) for sub-assemblies that are immediately consumed in the next stage of production

(C) when the product is manufactured in major sub-assemblies

(D) to group small, loose parts together

 

10- ___ is the probability of rejecting a lot that has an acceptable quality level is referred to as the

(A) acceptable quality level

(B) lot tolerance percent defective

(C) consumer’s risk

(D) producer’s risk

 

ANSWERS:

1-(C), 2-(B), 3-(B), 4-(C), 5-(A), 6-(A), 7-(B), 8-(C), 9-(B), 10-(D)