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UNIT 1

1._________ is a process used for joining metal parts by either fusion


or forging.
(a) Welding
(b)Rivetting
(c)Both a & b
(d) None of the above
2. ________ is accomplished by heating end & edges of metal to
molten state with a high temperature flame
(a) Gas welding
(b) Rivetting
(c)Both a & b
(d) None of the above
3. _________Is a process in which a low voltage, high amperage
current is applied to the metal to be welded through heavy , low
resistance copper conductor
(a) Gas welding
(b) Electric resistance welding
(c)Both a & b
(d) None of the above
4. What type of Fire extinguisher use in Oxy-acetylene welding
(a) Carbon dioxide type
(b) freon type
(c)Both a & b
(d) None of the above
5. It is the process used by welders in the aviation and other industries
in which enough heat is applied to melt the edge or surfaces of the
molten parts flow together, leaving a single, Solid piece of metal when
cool
(a) Fuse welding
(b) Gas welding
(c) Rivet
(d) None of the above
6. This method requires a special generator to provide a low-voltage ,
high amperage current for the arc. The power supply may be an electric
motor driven generator, an engine-driven generator, or a special
transformer
(a) Fuse welding
(b) Gas welding
(c) Electric resistance welding
(d) None of the above
7. The type of inert gas welding utilizes a metal electrode, which melts
and is carried into the weld pool it provide the extra thickness
desired. This type of weld has been called
(a) metal inert gas welding
(b) Gas welding
(c) Electric welding
(d) None of the above

8. It is the gas tungsten arc welding by the AWS, is accomplished by


means of a torch with a no consumable tungsten electrode. The
electrode is used to sustain the arc and the molten pool of metal.

(a) metal inert gas welding


(b)Tungsten inert gas welding
(c) Electric welding
(d) None of the above
9. In the---------------welding flow of plasma is restricted but is at an
increased speed through an orifice, resulting in higher temp and
improved concern of heat
(a) metal inert gas welding
(b)Tungsten inert gas welding
(c) Electric welding
(d) plasma arc welding
10. It is where the heat is produced by passing electric current
through the joint materials
(a) Resistance welding
(b)Tungsten inert gas welding
(c) Electric welding
(d) plasma arc welding
11. It is where the units to be soldered are passed through an electric
or gas furnace
(a) Resistance welding
(b) Furnace soldering
(c) Electric welding
(d) plasma arc welding

12. The _________ is a graph which indicates the load factor(n) as


afunction of velocity

(a) V-n diagram

(b) hodograph

(c) holograph

(d) None of the above

13. __________ is the ratio of the total air load acting on the airplane
to the gross weight of the airplane

(a) V-n diagram


(b) load factor

(c) factor of safety

(d) None of the above

14.Thin shells which rely entirely on their skins for their capacity to
resists loads are referred to as

(a) Semimonocoque

(b) Monocoque

(c) Truss

(d) None of these

15.Which of the following is surface force

(a) Aerodynamic Pressure

(b) Hydrostatic pressure

(c) Both a & b

(d) None of the above

16.The skin of the shell structure is supported by longitudinal


stiffening members and transverse frames to enable it to resist
bending, compressive and torsional loads .Such a structure is known
as

(a) Semimonocoque

(b) Monocoque

(c) Truss

(d) None of these


17. _____is process used by the blacksmith when heating the ends by
wrought iron or steel
(a) Forge welding
(b) Resistance welding
(c) Furnace soldering
(d) Electric welding
18._____ are components that transfer the forces exerted on the
aircraft from one location to other
(a) Structural components
(b) Non structural components
(c) Either a or b
19. Non Structural components are components that do not transfer
or absorb the forces of flight.
(a) Structural components
(b) Non structural components
(c) Either a or b
20.The philosophy of _____ design was to test various components
to failure and to use a component maximum life 25 percent of
average life.
(a) safe life
(b) fail safe
(c) None of the above
21.In safe life construction each component was designed to be able
to accept the forces of adjacent component.
(a) safe life
(b) fail safe
(c) None of the above
22._______ is a special type of compression loading, except that it sis
concerned with loading of stresses only immediate area where the
loads are exerted
(a) Bearing stress
(b) Tensile stress
(c) Compressive stress
(d) Shear Stress
23. A _____ is smooth steel used to form a head on the shank of the
rivet
(a) bucking bar
(b) rivet
(c) Bench vice
(d) Rivet cutter
24.________ is used to cut rivets to proper length
(a) bucking bar
(b) Squaring shear
(c) Bench vice
(d) Rivet cutter
25. __________are used to cut and square the material
(a) bucking bar
(b) Squaring shear
(c) Bench vice
(d) Rivet cutter
26.___________ is damage that might affect the airworthiness of the
aircraft and could result in a loss of function of component.
(a) Repairable damage
(b) Replacement damage
(c) Both a& b
(d) None of the above
27.Replacement damage is damage that cannot practically repaired
and where replacement is specifically prohibited.
(a) Repairable damage
(b) Replacement damage
(c) Both a& b
(d) None of the above
28.________ is the distance between center of rivet shank and
nearest edge of the material.
(a) Edge distance
(b) pitch
(c) gauge
(d) None of the above
29.The space between rivets in single rows called ____
(a) Edge distance
(b) pitch
(c) gauge
(d) None of the above
30.The distance between the rows of rivets is ______
(a) Edge distance
(b) pitch
(c) gauge
(d) None of the above

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