Foundry: Quiz

Question 1: Several specialised ________ are used to melt the metal.
Blast furnaceFurnace (disambiguation)FurnaceBoiler

Question 2: Many castings are machined in ________ milling centers.
DrillNumerical controlMetalworkingMachine tool

Question 3: Other foundries ________ multiple castings or wrought metals together to form a finished product.
Arc weldingWeldingGas tungsten arc weldingGas metal arc welding

Question 4: ________ or brass foundries use crucible furnaces or induction furnaces.

Question 5: Modern furnace types include ________ (EAF), induction furnaces, cupolas, reverberatory, and crucible furnaces.
IronElectric arc furnaceCarbonAluminium

Question 6: Most ________ foundries use either an electric resistance or gas heated crucible furnaces or reverberatory furnaces.

Question 7: Beeley, Peter (2001), Foundry Technology (2nd ed.), ________: Butterworth-Heinemann, ISBN 978-0750645676  .
Brighton and HovePortsmouthSouthamptonOxford

Question 8: For example, an iron foundry (for ________) may use a cupola, induction furnace, or EAF, while a steel foundry will use an EAF or induction furnace.
Cast ironWrought ironCarbon steelAlloy steel

Question 9: A foundry is a ________ that produces metal castings from either ferrous or non-ferrous alloys.
FactoryIndustrial RevolutionBirminghamManchester

Question 10: ________ - Wax or similar sacrificial pattern with a ceramic mold.
Lost-foam castingFull-mold castingCasting defectInvestment casting

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