6.2 Power In A Fluid System: Question Preview (ID: 12830)


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Fluid power is the rate of doing what?
a) work b) power c) force d) time
Which one of these is not equal to the others?
a) 1 watt b) 1 n*m/sec c) 1 J/sec d) 1 hp
What is the formula for efficiency?
a) Power in/Power out * 100% b) Power out/Power in * 100% c) Force/Distance d) Work/time
Fluid power =
a) (pressure * velocity) / time b) (pressure * volume) / time c) (pressure * radius) / time d) (pi * velocity) / time
Which system uses water to convert fluid power into mechanical power?
a) hydraulic b) pneumatic c) internal combustion d) turbine
Which system uses gas to convert fluid power into mechanical power?
a) hydraulic b) pneumatic c) internal combustion d) turbine
Which system burns gasoline or fuel to power cars and trucks
a) hydraulic b) pneumatic c) internal combustion d) turbine
In this system, hot gases from burning fuel pass through sets of blades to turn the blades (used in airplanes and ships)
a) hydraulic b) pneumatic c) internal combustion d) turbine
This is the amount of heat released when one kg of fuel is completely burned
a) nozzle b) pressure c) heat of combustion d) heat of hydraulic
How do you provide lifting power for rocket motors?
a) nozzle b) turbine c) pneumatic d) heat of combustion
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