# AWJM - Process Capabilities Online Exam Quiz

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### Abrasive flow value in Abrasive water jet machining will range between which of the following values?

Options

A : 0.01 ? 0.1 kg/min

B : 0.1 ? 1.0 kg/min

C : 1.0 ? 10 kg/min

D : 10 ? 100 kg/min

### Depth of cut values in Abrasive water jet machining ranges between which values?

Options

A : 0.01 to 2 mm

B : 2 to 250 mm

C : 300 to 500 mm

D : 650 to 900 mm

### Impact angle in Abrasive water jet machining range between which of the following values?

Options

A : 0&#176 to 10&#176

B : 10&#176 to 30&#176

C : 30&#176 to 90&#176

D : 90&#176 to 100&#176

### Of the following values, between which of them pressure value will range?

Options

A : 1000 ? 1500 bar

B : 1500 ? 2500 bar

C : 2500 ? 4000 bar

D : 4000 ? 10000 bar

### Of the following values, between which values traverse speed will range?

Options

A : 0.1 to 5 m/min

B : 5 to 100 m/min

C : 100 to 500 m/min

D : 500 to 1000 m/min

Options

A : TRUE

B : FALSE

C : -

D : -

### Surface roughness depends on which of the following parameters in Abrasive water jet machining?

Options

A : Work piece material

B : Grit size

C : Abrasive type

D : All of the mentioned

### The slope of the side walls depends on which of the following factors?

Options

A : Voltage supply

B : Angle of incidence

C : Flux

D : Current density

Options

A : ? 1.0%

B : ? 2.0%

C : ? 3.0%

D : ? 4.0%

### What are the dimensions that can machined on IBM?

Options

A : 0.1 to 1 nm

B : 1 to 10 nm

C : 10 to 100 nm

D : 100 to 1000 nm

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