Module 6 (B1) Material and Hardware 1. How do you check a chain for elongation? #a) Apply a load, measure chain and use 2% max formula to check extension b) Apply a load, measure chain and use 5% max formula to check extension c) Hang the chain under its own weight, measure chain and use 2% max formula to check extension 2. How do you store a chain? a) Lay uncoiled and flat in greaseproof paper b) Hanged so they do not kink #c) Oiled and coiled in greaseproof paper 3. An HT lead is #4. Two parts of the adhesive process are #a) wetting and setting b) wetting and gripping c) spreading and setting 5. A 14 gauge cable when compared to an 18 gauge cable has #6. Types of adhesive joints are a) cemented and specific #b) mechanical and specific c) mechanical and cemented 7. What tests are done on adhesive joints? #8. An interconnect cable has what insulation? #a) thinner than airframe cable b) thicker than airframe cable c) same thickness as airframe cable 9. Epicyclic gears are used on #
10. What is the effect of heat on a cold cure resin? #11. Forming a solution treated rivet gives it 75% of its hardness. What gives it the other 25%? #12. What two components of a three part polyester resin are dangerous to mix together directly? #a) Accelerator and free catalyst b) Catalyst and resin c) Accelerator and resin 13. What is the effect of adding too much hardener to a resin? #14. How many times can clad alloy be treated? #15.Two parts of the adhesive process are # 16. What is the largest hole in honeycomb repairable with microballoons? #a) 2.54 cm b) 2.54 inches c) 2.54 mm 17. If D or DD rivets are not broached in time , or removed from the freezer in time, they #
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- Summer '17
- sajad heidari
- Aluminium, Aluminium alloy, aluminum alloy, microballoons