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Allowance is the amount of _______________between two mating components, one of which has to fit inside the other to allow for a certain type of fitCorrectIncorrect
Tolerance is the amount of ______________allowed to compensate for inaccuracy in workmanship and is not the same as allowanceCorrectIncorrect
Unilateral tolerance is when the dimension of the shaft may only vary on _______of the basic sizeCorrectIncorrect
A running fit is used when the shaft must ________ in the bush. With this fit the bore of the bush is always larger than the shaft diameterCorrectIncorrect
In a push fit the allowance is __________than that of a running fit and a moderate pressure is required to assemble the partsCorrectIncorrect
A drive fit is a _____________fit and is assembled by means of light hammer blows or medium pressureCorrectIncorrect
A force fit is a __________fit and requires, e.g. the hydraulic pressure of a press, to assemble the partsCorrectIncorrect
A shrink fit is a permanent fit. The outer component is __________until it slips easily over the shaft. It is then allowed to cool, e.g. the tyre of a locomotive wheelCorrectIncorrect
Fits show the amount of _______which is present when two mating parts (e.g. a shaft and a bush) are assembledCorrectIncorrect