Atomizing or cracking fuel oil and through which the

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atomizing or cracking fuel through which the fuel oil is injected into the working cylinders of Diesel engines oil and A. Atomizer C. Fuel spray nozzle B. Injector D. Cracker Answer: A
The device that transfer thermal energy from one fluid another to
1. Hydrothermal resource 2. Geothermal resource 3. Hot water resource 4. High pressure water system Answer: A The process of returning spent geothermal fluids to the subsurface Is called
The simultaneous demand of all customers required at any specified point in an electric power system is called
The electricity generating plants that are operated to meet the peak or maximum load on the system are called A. Peaking plants C. High demanding plants B. High-load plants D. Add-on plants
Answer: A
The capacity of a substance to transmit a fluid is called
The ratio of the aggregate volume pore spaces in rock or soil to its total volume is called
Cooling efficiency is typically
Forced draft towers can cool the water to within A. 10 to12 F C. 20 to 24 F B. 5 to 6 F D. 2.5 to 3 F Answer: B
The higher the wet bulb temperatures 1. The higher the efficiency 2. The lower the efficiency 3. The efficiency is limited 4. The efficiency is maximum
Define the relative difficulty in cooling, essentially relative amount of contact area or fill volumerequired the
Evaporation loss can be calculated from the humidity ratio increase and is approximately _________ decrease in water temperature
Water lost in small droplet and carried away by the air flow A. Range C. Drift B. Approach D. Bleed-off Answer: C
The ratio of total dissolved solids in the recirculating water to the total dissolved solids in the make-up water.
A dry-cooling tower where steam travels through large diameter “trunks” to a cross-flow heat exchanger where it is condensed and cooled by the cooler air 1. Direct condensing tower 2. Indirect condensing dry cooling tower 3. Evaporative cooling tower 4. Atmospheric cooling tower
The minimum fluid energy required at the pump inlet for satisfactory operation is known as
The actual fluid energy at the inlet A. NPSHR C. Velocity head B. NPSHA D. Friction head Answer: B
Throttling the input line to a pump and venting or evacuating the receiver tank
Traditional reciprocating pumps with pistons and rods can be

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