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Types of Trains
a) Steam and Diesel b) Subways and Elevated c) Electric and Maglev d) All of the Above
Types of Bridges
a) Beam, Arch, Truss, Suspension b) Cable stayed, Cantilever, Califlower c) Bean, Archie, Truss, Suspension d) All of the Above
Internal Combustion Engine is:
a) an engine that uses the force of an internal explosion of hydrogen to produce movement b) an engine that uses the force of steam to produce movement c) an engine that uses the force of an internal explosion of fuel to produce movement d) an engine that uses the force of nuclear explosion to produce movement
4 stroke engine stages:
a) Intake, Compression, Power, Exhaustion b) Intake, Suspension, Power, Exhaustion c) Intake, Compression, Power, Exhaust d) Uptake, Compression, Spark, Exhaust
4 parts of an automobile:
a) Intake, Compression, Power, Exhaust b) Transmission, Steering, Suspension, Ignition c) Drag, Thrust, Lift, Gravity d) Compressor, Combustion Chamber, Turbine
How does a steam engine work?
a) uses force of an internal explosion of fuel to produce movement b) the up and down movement of the pistons is converted to a rotational movement c) Electronmagnets in the track create opposite magnetic fields to the magnets, makes it repel, pushes train forward d) All of the above
Invented the Airplane
a) Wright b) Whittle c) Watt d) Fulton
Invented the Assembly line
a) Goddard b) Fulton c) Watt d) Ford
Explain how magnetic forces are used to move a maglev train
a) uses force of an internal explosion of fuel to produce movement b) as water changes to steam it expands, creating pressure which causes things to move c) the pump uses steam to move a piston up and down d) Electronmagnets in the track create opposite magnetic fields to the magnets, makes it repel, pushes train forward
Newton's 3rd of of motion states:
a) when gas is compressed it's volume decreases proportionally to pressure applied b) for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction c) an object in motion tends to stay in motion unless an external force is applied d) F= ma
Invented the Rocket Engine
a) Ford b) Watt c) Goddard d) Daimler
Invented the Steam Engine
a) Watt b) Fulton c) Daimler d) Whittle
Invented the Diesel engine
a) Watt b) Ford c) Daimler d) Diesel
Hovercraft
a) designed to travel over a cushion of air b) designed to travel into outer space c) designed to travel into the atmosphere d) designed to travel to Sparta
Why is the steam engine credited with sparking the Industrial Revolution?
a) for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction b) it was used to explore outer space for the first time c) Provided power to move machines- making factories and mass production possible d) All of the above
3 Types of space craft
a) Yaw, Pitch, Roll b) Satellites, Probes, Manned craft c) UFO, CEO, SAT d) Drag, Lift, Gravity
Parts of a jet engine:
a) Intake, Power, Compression, Exhaust b) Transmission, Steering, Suspension, Ignition c) Drag, Thrust, Lift, Gravity d) Compressor, Combustion Chamber, Turbine
4 forces that affect plane flight:
a) Intake, Power, Compression, Exhaust b) Transmission, Steering, Suspension, Ignition c) Drag, Thrust, Lift, Gravity d) Compressor, Combustion Chamber, Turbine
3 ways a plane moves in the air
a) Drag, Thrust, Lift b) Pitch, Roll, Yaw c) Intake, Compression, Power d) Solid, Cryogenic, Hypergolic
3 types of Rocket Fuel
a) Solid, Liquid, Gas b) Solid, Crystalline, Hypergolic c) Solid, Cryogenic, Hypergolic d) Solid, Cryogenic, Hyperbolie
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