Mechanical Engineer Interview Tips

Mechanical engineering is the application of physics and other science fields to create vehicles and structures, as well as the components inside them. This engineering field is very broad and often allows people to work in an industry that will interest them personally. Examples of these are things like aerospace and automotive or robotics. Like any job, you should practice and be prepared for your interview if you want to get that job and become a mechanical engineer.

Interview Questions and Answers

During the interview, you are going to be asked many questions, so it's best to be familiar with questions that may arise during the interview. Unlike other interviews where you talk about yourself, you will be asked questions about the field and you demonstrate your knowledge. Practice responses you are going to give when you are given a situation-based or general question. Make sure you give an answer that is the most correct and if you don't know, don't guess.

Examples of these questions include:

  1. A bearing is designated as 6205, what is it's bore diameter?
  2. Advantages and disadvantages of using LPG in car.
  3. Define Overall Heat transfer coefficient.
  4. Even though LPG is more economical than petrol, why we are not promoting LPG usage?
  5. Explain bearing nomenclature with example.
  6. Funtion of clutch.
  7. How does a diesel engine work in generators? Explain with labelled diagram.
  8. How hydraulic power steering and clutch works.
  9. How to calculate the speed of conveyer in meter per minute.
  10. How turbo charger works.