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Module06.

Materials&Hardware

01a.AircraftMaterialsFerrous.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whendrillingstainlesssteel,usea.

OptionA.
drillgroundto120,slowcuttingspeed.

OptionB.
drillgroundto90,fastcuttingspeed.

OptionC.
drillgroundto90,slowcuttingspeed.

CorrectAnsweris. drillgroundto120,slowcuttingspeed.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Howisamaterialgalvanised?.

OptionA.
Sprayedwithnickelsolution.
OptionB.
Packedinadrumcontainingzincdustandheated.
OptionC.
Dippedinabathofmoltenzinc.

CorrectAnsweris. Dippedinabathofmoltenzinc.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Whattemperaturewouldsteelbetemperedat?.
OptionA.
Attheannealingtemperature.
OptionB.
Abovetheannealingtemperature.
OptionC.
Belowtheannealingtemperature.

CorrectAnsweris. Belowtheannealingtemperature.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Temperingsteelgives.

OptionA.
greaterbrittleness.

OptionB.
greaterhardness.

OptionC.
reliefofinternalstressafterhardening.

CorrectAnsweris. reliefofinternalstressafterhardening.

Explanation. Temperingisdonetorelieveinternalstresses.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Theadditionofchromiumtosteelwillproduce.

OptionA.
toughness.

OptionB.
hardness.

OptionC.
ductility.

CorrectAnsweris. hardness.

Explanation. Chromiumisalloyedwithsteeltomakeitharder.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Chromiumaddedtoplaincarbonsteel.

OptionA.
increasesit'sresistancetocorrosion.
OptionB.
turnsitintoanonferrousalloy.

OptionC.
makesthemetalsofter.

CorrectAnsweris. increasesit'sresistancetocorrosion.
Explanation. Chromium,whenaddedtosteelincreasesitshardnessandcorrosionresistance(henceCRS).

QuestionNumber.
7.
Thepurposeofcasehardeningisto.

OptionA.
produceahardcaseoveratoughcore.

OptionB.
reducethecarboninthesteel.
OptionC.
introducecarbonintothesteel.

CorrectAnsweris. produceahardcaseoveratoughcore.

Explanation. Casehardeninghardensthesurfaceonly.

QuestionNumber.
8.
AtnormaltemperaturesHCsteelisharderbecause.
OptionA.
ithasmoreaustenite.
OptionB.
ofthe%ofcarboninthegranules.
OptionC.
ithaslessaustenite.
CorrectAnsweris. ofthe%ofcarboninthegranules.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Nitridingis.

OptionA.
tempering.

OptionB.
anodising.

OptionC.
casehardening.

CorrectAnsweris. casehardening.

Explanation. Nitridingisaformofcasehardening.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Mediumcarbonsteelshaveacarboncontentof.
OptionA.
0.30.5%.
OptionB.
0.50.8%.
OptionC.
0.81.05%.
CorrectAnsweris. 0.30.5%.
Explanation. Mediumcarbonsteelis0.30.6%(approx).FAAAC4341.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Aferrousmetalcontains.

OptionA.
aluminium.
OptionB.
iron.
OptionC.
magnesium.

CorrectAnsweris. iron.
Explanation. Ferrous'isfromtheLatinforiron.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Withrespecttoferrousmetalswhichofthefollowingistrue?.

OptionA.
Ironisnotanyelementofferrousmetals.

OptionB.
Ironisamainelementandmostferrousmetalaremagnetic.

OptionC.
Ironisamainelementandferrousmetalsarenotmagnetic.
CorrectAnsweris. Ironisamainelementandmostferrousmetalaremagnetic.

Explanation. TheLatinforironis'Ferrum'Ferrousmetalsarenamedthus,andmostareparamagneticwiththeexceptionofsome
stainlesssteels.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Theannealingprocessonsteelisrequiredsometimesasit.

OptionA.
providesacorrosionresistantlayerthatpreventsoxidation.
OptionB.
allowsthematerialagreaterstressperunitarea.

OptionC.
relievesinternalstresssufferedafterengineeringprocesses.
CorrectAnsweris. relievesinternalstresssufferedafterengineeringprocesses.
Explanation. Annealingistorelieveinternalstresses.

QuestionNumber.
14.
CobaltsteeltestedontheBrinelltestwouldhaveaBHNnumberbetween.

OptionA.
100to175.
OptionB.
300to400.
OptionC.
600to700.
CorrectAnsweris. 600to700.
Explanation. Cobaltsteel(usedincobaltdrills)hasaveryhighhardness(600700BHNor6065RockwellC).BL/103.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Ifamaterialisfoundtobeinthetertiaryphaseofcreepthefollowingprocedureshouldbe

implemented:.

OptionA.
Thecomponentshouldundergodyepenetrantprocessandconditionmonitored.
OptionB.
Thecrackshouldbestopdrill,conditionmonitoringshouldbeapplied.

OptionC.
Thecomponentshouldbereplacedimmediately.

CorrectAnsweris. Thecomponentshouldbereplacedimmediately.

Explanation. Thetertiaryphaseofcreepoccursjustbeforecompletefailureofthecomponent.BL/1033.11.3.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Whatisusedformarkingoutsteels?.

OptionA.
Engineersblue.

OptionB.
Waxcrayon.
OptionC.
Coppersulphate.

CorrectAnsweris. Coppersulphate.

Explanation. Coppersulphateisusedformarkingsteel.WorkshopTechnologyPart1Pg209.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Phosphatingofsteelsiscarriedoutbyimmersingthesteelintoasolutionof.

OptionA.
phosphoricacidandmetalphosphates.

OptionB.
nitricacidandsulphur.

OptionC.
metalphosphatesandsulphuricacid.
CorrectAnsweris. phosphoricacidandmetalphosphates.

Explanation. CAIPsBL/741.1.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Temperingentails.

OptionA.
heatingundertheUCPandslowcooling.

OptionB.
heatingovertheUCPandfastcooling.

OptionC.
heatingovertheUCPandslowcooling.

CorrectAnsweris. heatingundertheUCPandslowcooling.

Explanation. Totempersteel,heattoBELOWtheLowerCriticalTemperature(LCT)andcooleitherslowlyorquenchinwater.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Austeniticstainlesssteelsare.

OptionA.
magnetic.

OptionB.
nonmagnetic.
OptionC.
hardenedbyheattreatment.
CorrectAnsweris. nonmagnetic.
Explanation. Austeniticstainlesssteelisnonmagnetic.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Theformationofsteeldependsupon.

OptionA.
theformationofpearliteintoaustenite.

OptionB.
theformationofausteniteintopearlite.

OptionC.
thepresenceofpearliteinthestructure.

CorrectAnsweris. theformationofausteniteintopearlite.

Explanation. AusteniteexistsabovetheLCTandturnsintopearliteasthesteelcools.

QuestionNumber.
21.
HowisresidualmagnetismremovedafteranNDTexamination?.
OptionA.
EMI.
OptionB.
EMC.
OptionC.
Degaussing.
CorrectAnsweris. Degaussing.
Explanation. Degaussingisanothernamefordemagnetising.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Thehardnessofsteeldependsupon.

OptionA.
formationofpearliteintoaustenite.
OptionB.
formationofcementite.

OptionC.
theironaustenitegrainstructure.

CorrectAnsweris. formationofcementite.

Explanation. Cementite(ironcarbide)isthehardgrainstructurethatprecipitatesfromtheausteniteashighcarbonsteelcoolsfrom
abovetheUCT.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Thedifferencebetweenannealingandnormalizingis.

OptionA.
bothareheatedabovetheUCT,coolslowlytoanneal,coolinairtonormalize.
OptionB.
bothareheatedbelowtheUCT,coolinairtoanneal,coolslowlytonormalize.
OptionC.
bothareheatedabovetheUCT,coolinairtoanneal,coolslowlytonormalize.
CorrectAnsweris. bothareheatedabovetheUCT,coolslowlytoanneal,coolinairtonormalize.
Explanation. BothareheatedabovetheUCT,buttheonlydifferenceis,coolslowly(inthefurnace)toanneal,coolinairto
normalize.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Normalizingofsteelisdoneto.

OptionA.
removeresidualstressofthemanufacturingprocess.

OptionB.
makesteelsofter.

OptionC.
restorethefatiguelifeofsteel.

CorrectAnsweris. removeresidualstressofthemanufacturingprocess.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Whennormalising,thematerialis.

OptionA.
quenchedimmediately.

OptionB.
lefttocoolinroomtemperature.

OptionC.
cooledslowly.
CorrectAnsweris. lefttocoolinroomtemperature.

Explanation. Coolinairwhennormalising.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Castironis.

OptionA.
verymalleable.

OptionB.
tough.
OptionC.
heavyandbrittle.

CorrectAnsweris. heavyandbrittle.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Casehardeningcanbecarriedouton.

OptionA.
titanium.

OptionB.
anyferrousmetal.

OptionC.
duralumin.

CorrectAnsweris. anyferrousmetal.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Exhaustsystemsareusuallymadefromstainlesssteelwhichissusceptibleto.

OptionA.
surfacecorrosion.

OptionB.
filiformcorrosion.

OptionC.
intergranularcorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. intergranularcorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Whenmetalisfirstheatedslightlyaboveitscriticaltemperatureandthencooledrapidlyitiscommon
thatthemetalwillincreasein.

OptionA.
brittleness.

OptionB.
bothoftheabove.

OptionC.
hardness.

CorrectAnsweris. bothoftheabove.

Explanation. Thisistheprocessofhardening(ferrous)metals.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Steelistempered.

OptionA.
afterhardening.

OptionB.
beforehardening.

OptionC.
toincreasehardening.
CorrectAnsweris. afterhardening.

Explanation. Temperingistoreducethebrittlenesscausedbyhardening.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Ifasteelcomponentisoperatedbelowthefatiguelimit.Thefatiguelifeis.

OptionA.
finite.
OptionB.
infinite.

OptionC.
dependonitsproofstress.

CorrectAnsweris. infinite.

Explanation. NIL. http://metals.about.com/library/bldefFatigueLimit.htm

QuestionNumber.
32.
Alowcarbonsteelwouldnormallybecasehardenedusing.

OptionA.
thenitridingprocess.
OptionB.
flameorinductionhardening.
OptionC.
packorgascarburising.

CorrectAnsweris. packorgascarburising.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.efunda.com/processes/heat_treat/hardening/diffusion.cfm

QuestionNumber.
33.
Afteraproducthasbeenmanufacturedandallheattreatmenthasbeencarriedoutthestressremainingif
anyistermedas.

OptionA.
residualstress.

OptionB.
workingstress.

OptionC.
appliedstress.
CorrectAnsweris. residualstress.
Explanation. NIL. http://www.physiqueindustrie.com/residual_stress.php

QuestionNumber.
34.
Annealingsteels.

OptionA.
toughensthemetal.
OptionB.
makesthemetalmalleable.
OptionC.
makesthemetalbrittle.

CorrectAnsweris. makesthemetalmalleable.
Explanation. A&PTechnicianGeneralTextbookChap7page3.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Temperingofhardenedsteeliscarriedoutto.

OptionA.
retainsurfacehardness,butsoftenthecore.
OptionB.
retaincorehardness,butsoftenthesurface.
OptionC.
significantlyreducethebrittlenesswithoutsufferingamajordropinitsstrength.
CorrectAnsweris. significantlyreducethebrittlenesswithoutsufferingamajordropinitsstrength.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Highspeedsteelreliesheavilyonthefollowingmetallicelementforitsabilitytocutothermetals,even
whenitisheatedtoadullredcolour.

OptionA.
Tungsten.

OptionB.
Nickel.
OptionC.
Vanadium.

CorrectAnsweris. Tungsten.

Explanation. NIL.


QuestionNumber.
37.
Whenalowcarbonsteelboltisstretchedbeyonditselasticlimitwithoutbreaking,itwill.
OptionA.
deformtemporarily.
OptionB.
becomemoreductile.
OptionC.
deformpermanently.
CorrectAnsweris. deformpermanently.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
38.
1%Nickel,1%Carbon,steeliswidelyusedfor.

OptionA.
exhaustvalves.

OptionB.
ballandrollerbearings.

OptionC.
hightensilesteelbolts.

CorrectAnsweris. ballandrollerbearings.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Fatiguefailuremaybedefinedas.

OptionA.
failurecausedbystressinexcessofthematerialU.T.S.

OptionB.
failureduetoimpact.
OptionC.
reductioninstrengthduetoalternatingloads.

CorrectAnsweris. reductioninstrengthduetoalternatingloads.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Normalisingsteels.

OptionA.
increasestoughness.
OptionB.
increasesthehardness.

OptionC.
relievesthestresses.
CorrectAnsweris. relievesthestresses.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Castironis.

OptionA.
tough.
OptionB.
heavyandbrittle.

OptionC.
verymalleable.

CorrectAnsweris. heavyandbrittle.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Austeniticsteelisproducedwhenthematerialisheatedto.

OptionA.
abovetheUpperCriticalPoint.

OptionB.
abovetheLowerCriticalPoint.

OptionC.
belowtheUpperCriticalPoint.

CorrectAnsweris. abovetheUpperCriticalPoint.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
43.
Steelisproducedbyrefiningpigironwhereair/oxygenisblownthroughthemoltenmaterialtoremove.

OptionA.
carbon.
OptionB.
oxides.
OptionC.
sulphur.

CorrectAnsweris. carbon.
Explanation. Airisto'decarburise'thepigiron. http://www.bsu.edu/web/acmaassel/steel.html

QuestionNumber.
44.
DuringaRockwellHardnesstest,whatdimensionismeasured?.

OptionA.
Thediameteroftheindent.

OptionB.
Thedepthoftheindent.

OptionC.
Thediameteranddepthoftheindent.

CorrectAnsweris. Thedepthoftheindent.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.qcplus.co.uk/training/trainingrockwell.htm

QuestionNumber.
45.
Whatdoesthe0in2024T3mean?.

OptionA.
Thepercentageofimpuritiesinthealloy.
OptionB.
Thealloyhasnotbeenmodified.

OptionC.
Thealloyhasbeenmodified.
CorrectAnsweris. Thealloyhasnotbeenmodified.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.jjjtrain.com/vms/engineering_metal_stds.html#6

QuestionNumber.
46.
Inmostaircrafthydraulicsystems,twopiecetubeconnectorsconsistingofasleeveandanutareused
whenatubingflareisrequired.Theuseofthistypeofconnectoreliminates.

OptionA.
theflaringoperationpriortoassembly.

OptionB.
thepossibilityofreducingtheflarethicknessbywipingorironingduringthetighteningprocess.
OptionC.
wrenchdamagetothetubingduringthetighteningprocess.
CorrectAnsweris. thepossibilityofreducingtheflarethicknessbywipingorironingduringthetighteningprocess.
Explanation. Withthetwopiecefitting(AN818)thereisnorelativemotionbetweenthefittingandtheflarewhenthenutisbeing
tightened.

01b.AircraftMaterialsFerrous.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Inthetensilestrengthtest.

OptionA.
thematerialispulledtolimitofelasticity.
OptionB.
thematerialispulledtountilitbreaks.

OptionC.
thematerialispulleduntilitreachesitsUTS.

CorrectAnsweris. thematerialispulledtountilitbreaks.

Explanation. Thematerialistestedtofulldestructions.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Impactresistancemeasuresthe.

OptionA.
materialtoughness.
OptionB.
materialhardness.

OptionC.
materialductility.

CorrectAnsweris. materialtoughness.
Explanation. Toughness'isresistancetoimpact.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Specifiedtimeofcontactbetweentheindentorandtestpieceinavickersorbrinellhardnesstestis.

OptionA.
20seconds.
OptionB.
10seconds.
OptionC.
15seconds.
CorrectAnsweris. 15seconds.
Explanation. CAIPsBL/1035.2.8.

QuestionNumber.
4.
InanIzodimpacttestthestrikingenergyofthestrikerisapproximately.

OptionA.
150J.
OptionB.
163J.
OptionC.
300J.
CorrectAnsweris. 163J.
Explanation. CAIPsBL/1036.2.

QuestionNumber.
5.
TheCharpytestmeasures.

OptionA.
strain.
OptionB.
impactenergy.
OptionC.
Young'smodulus.

CorrectAnsweris. impactenergy.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
The'Fatiguelimit'forsteelisgenerallyintheregionof,comparedtothestaticU.T.S.
OptionA.
40%60%.

OptionB.
60%80%.

OptionC.
20%40%.

CorrectAnsweris. 20%40%.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.keytosteel.com/Articles/Art137.htm

QuestionNumber.
7.
Theabilityofmildsteeltoacceptmoreloadaftertheyieldpointisreachedisdueto.
OptionA.
necking.

OptionB.
strainhardening.

OptionC.
plasticisation.
CorrectAnsweris. strainhardening.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
8.
WhatisaRockwelltesterusedfor?.

OptionA.
HardnessTesting.

OptionB.
TensileTesting.

OptionC.
FatigueTesting.

CorrectAnsweris. HardnessTesting.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.qcplus.co.uk/training/trainingrockwell.htm


QuestionNumber.
9.
Whattypeoftestinvolvesusingaweightedpendulumtostrikeamaterialuntilfracture?.
OptionA.
HardnessTest.
OptionB.
ImpactResistanceTest.

OptionC.
FatigueTesting.

CorrectAnsweris. ImpactResistanceTest.

Explanation. NIL. http://wwwmaterials.eng.cam.ac.uk/mpsite/properties/nonIE/toughness.html

QuestionNumber.
10.
Whichofthefolllowingareallhardnesstestingmachines?.

OptionA.
Rockwell,BrinellandIzod.
OptionB.
Rockwell,VickersandIzod.
OptionC.
Rockwell,BrinellandVickers.

CorrectAnsweris. Rockwell,BrinellandVickers.

Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage411.

02a.AircraftMaterialsNonFerrous.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Themostsuitablemixtureforasaltbathoperationis.

OptionA.
20%nitrateofsodaand80%sodiumnitrate.
OptionB.
90%nitrateofsodaand10%sodiumnitrate.
OptionC.
70%sodiumchlorateand30%sodiumnitrate.

CorrectAnsweris. 90%nitrateofsodaand10%sodiumnitrate.
Explanation. BL/9112.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Howmanytimescancladalloybeheattreated?.

OptionA.
Onceonly.

OptionB.
3times.

OptionC.
asmanytimesasrequired.
CorrectAnsweris. 3times.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Thesymbol'W'onamaterialindicates.

OptionA.
itisforuseonaircraftmainplanesonly.

OptionB.
ithasbeensolutiontreatedandwillrespondeffectivelytoprecipitationtreatment.
OptionC.
itisforworkshopuseonly.
CorrectAnsweris. ithasbeensolutiontreatedandwillrespondeffectivelytoprecipitationtreatment.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Foraparticularmetalmaterial,whatconditionsarebesttominimisecreep?.
OptionA.
Lowstress,lowtemperature.
OptionB.
Lowstress,hightemperature.
OptionC.
Highstress,lowtemperature.
CorrectAnsweris. Lowstress,lowtemperature.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Whatistheeffectofprecipitationheattreatmentonaluminium?.

OptionA.
Itspeedsupagehardeningprocess.
OptionB.
Itdelaystheagehardeningprocess.
OptionC.
Itsoftensthematerialtoallowittobeworked.

CorrectAnsweris. Itspeedsupagehardeningprocess.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Aluminiumexposedtoairwill.

OptionA.
oxidiseandbecomeweaker.
OptionB.
oxidiseandbecomeelectricallyinsulated.
OptionC.
oxidiseandbecomestronger.
CorrectAnsweris. oxidiseandbecomeelectricallyinsulated.
Explanation. Oxidesofallmetalsareinsulators.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Whatcareshouldyoutakewith2024T3?.

OptionA.
Donotscratchormakenicksinit.
OptionB.
Donotbendatsharpangles.
OptionC.
Donotremovethesurfaceofthesheetmetal.

CorrectAnsweris. Donotscratchormakenicksinit.
Explanation. 2024T3hasalowfatigueresistance.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Compositionofsilversolderis.

OptionA.
tinandlead.
OptionB.
tin,leadandsilver.
OptionC.
tin,lead,silverandantimony.
CorrectAnsweris. tin,lead,silverandantimony.
Explanation. BL/61Table3.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Ifaluminiumalloyisnotquenchedwithintheminimumtimeallowedafterheattreatmentisitwillbe.

OptionA.
subjecttocorrosion.
OptionB.
malleable.

OptionC.
brittle.
CorrectAnsweris. brittle.
Explanation. Ifal.alloyisnotquenched,thecopperprecipitatesanditremainshardandbrittle.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Anodizingprotectsalloymetalfromcorrosionanddoeswhatelse?.
OptionA.
Sealsthesurfacefrommoisture.

OptionB.
Makesagoodsurfaceforpainttoadhereto.
OptionC.
Makesthesurfacealkaline.
CorrectAnsweris. Makesagoodsurfaceforpainttoadhereto.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Ifcausticsodaturnsamaterialblackwhatisit?.

OptionA.
Aluminiumalloy.

OptionB.
Alclad.
OptionC.
Aluminium.
CorrectAnsweris. Aluminiumalloy.

Explanation. Causticsodaturnsal.alloyblack,andpurealuminiumwhite.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Whatchemicalisusedtoidentifyaluminiumalloys?.

OptionA.
Causticsoda.
OptionB.
Coppersulphate.

OptionC.
Nitricacid.

CorrectAnsweris. Causticsoda.
Explanation. Causticsodaturnsal.alloyblack,andpurealuminiumwhite.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Purealuminiumis.

OptionA.
highlyresistanttocorrosion.
OptionB.
notresistanttocorrosion.

OptionC.
reasonablyresistanttocorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. highlyresistanttocorrosion.
Explanation. Purealuminiumishighlyresistanttocorrosion.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Precipitationtreatingmakesthemetal.

OptionA.
Precipitationtreatingmakesthemetal.

OptionB.
lessstrongandhard.
OptionC.
harder,strongerandlessductile.

CorrectAnsweris. harder,strongerandlessductile.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Amaterialhasthecode2024TH6onit.Whichpartofthecodeindicatesthepercentageofthealloying
element?.

OptionA.
H.

OptionB.
20.

OptionC.
6.

CorrectAnsweris. 20.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Aluminiumalloyedprimarilywithmagnesiumisnumbered.

OptionA.
2025.
OptionB.
5025.
OptionC.
1025.
CorrectAnsweris. 5025.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
HeattreatmentisshownonaBritishaluminiumalloybya.

OptionA.
letterandnumbercode.

OptionB.
numbercode.
OptionC.
lettercode

CorrectAnsweris. lettercode

Explanation. BL/9116.2.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Nonheattreatablematerials.

OptionA.
cannotbehardened.
OptionB.
canbehardenedbystrainhardeningorcoldworking.

OptionC.
canbehardenedbyannealing.

CorrectAnsweris. canbehardenedbystrainhardeningorcoldworking.

Explanation. Allmaterialsbutafew(eglead)canbehardenedbycoldworking.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Whichofthefollowingmetalsisanaluminiumsiliconalloyusedmainlyforcasting?.

OptionA.
Alclad.
OptionB.
Aldrey.

OptionC.
Alpax.
CorrectAnsweris. Alpax.
Explanation. Tradenameformaterialusedmainlyforcastings.Lowdensityandcorrosionresistance.87%Aluminium13%
Silicon.
http://www.glueit.com/modelengineering/generalinformation/glossary/a_summ.htm

QuestionNumber.
20.
Aircraftskinisjoggledto.

OptionA.
providesmoothairflowatfayingsurfaces.
OptionB.
makeaframelighterbutstronger.
OptionC.
conformtotheaircraftcontour.

CorrectAnsweris. providesmoothairflowatfayingsurfaces.
Explanation. Ajogglemakesaflushsurfaceatajoin.

QuestionNumber.
21.
TheBritishsystemofheattreatmentcodesis.

OptionA.
aseriesofletters.

OptionB.
numbersandletters.
OptionC.
aseriesofnumbers.
CorrectAnsweris. aseriesofletters.

Explanation. CAIPBL/91.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Inasheetmetalstorethefollowingismarkedonasheetofaluminiumalloy:L162(sheet1).,Ona
differentsheetthefollowingmarkingisfound:L172(sheet2).Thefollowingistrue:

OptionA.
Sheetonehasashiniersurfacethansheet2.
OptionB.
Sheetoneismoreductilethansheet2.

OptionC.
Sheettwoisofathickergaugethansheet1.
CorrectAnsweris. Sheetoneismoreductilethansheet2.

Explanation. TheLnumbersaretheBritishal.alloyspecs.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Coldworkingofamaterialisusedtoreduce.

OptionA.
materialhardness.

OptionB.
fatigue.

OptionC.
wearofmanufacturingtools.
CorrectAnsweris. wearofmanufacturingtools.
Explanation. Coldworkingincreasesstrengthandhardness(thereforereduceswear).

QuestionNumber.
24.
Sheetmetalshouldbestored.

OptionA.
above25degreescentigrade.
OptionB.
onitsedgeinrackstopreventscratching.

OptionC.
stackedflattopreventbendingofsheets.

CorrectAnsweris. onitsedgeinrackstopreventscratching.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet18.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Cladaluminiumalloy(alclad)hasapurealuminiumcoatingof.

OptionA.
0.002.
OptionB.
1%ofalloythickness.
OptionC.
5%ofalloythickness.
CorrectAnsweris. 5%ofalloythickness.
Explanation. Thecladdingis5%eachside.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Themainmetalinmonelis.

OptionA.
aluminium.
OptionB.
nickel.
OptionC.
stainlesssteel.
CorrectAnsweris. nickel.
Explanation. Monelisanickelalloy.

QuestionNumber.
27.
AtubecomplyingtoBST51is.

OptionA.
tungum.

OptionB.
HTStube.

OptionC.
highpressureseamlesscoppertube.
CorrectAnsweris. highpressureseamlesscoppertube.
Explanation. BL/6153.2.1ordownloadExternaldocument...page28. http://www.dstan.mod.uk/data/05/069/00000300.pdf

QuestionNumber.
28.
Whyisnickelchromiumusedinmanyexhaustsystems?.

OptionA.
Corrosionresistantandhighheatconductivity.

OptionB.
Lightweightandflexible.

OptionC.
Corrosionresistantandlowexpansioncoefficient.
CorrectAnsweris. Corrosionresistantandlowexpansioncoefficient.
Explanation. NickelandchromiumarethealloyingelementsinStainlessSteel.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Titaniumalloys.

OptionA.
arecheaptomanufacture.

OptionB.
haveahighstrengthtoweightratio.
OptionC.
arecorrosionresistantbutheavy.

CorrectAnsweris. haveahighstrengthtoweightratio.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Whichpartofthe2017T36aluminiumalloydesignationindicatestheprimaryalloyingagentusedinits
manufacture?.

OptionA.
20.

OptionB.
2.

OptionC.
17.

CorrectAnsweris. 2.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Cladaluminiumalloysareusedinaircraftbecausethey.

OptionA.
areharderwearingthanuncladaluminiumalloys.
OptionB.
arelesssubjecttocorrosionthanuncoatedaluminiumalloys.

OptionC.
arestrongerthanuncladaluminiumalloys.
CorrectAnsweris. arelesssubjecttocorrosionthanuncoatedaluminiumalloys.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
32.
Nonheattreatablealuminiumalloys.

OptionA.
canbehardenedbystrainhardening.
OptionB.
cannotbesoftened.
OptionC.
cannotbehardened.
CorrectAnsweris. canbehardenedbystrainhardening.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
33.
Solutiontreatmentaftermanufacturershaveperformeditoncecanbecarriedoutafurther.
OptionA.
1time.
OptionB.
2times.

OptionC.
3times.

CorrectAnsweris. 2times.

Explanation. SolutiontreatmenttoAlcladcanbecarriedoutonly3timesintotal.CAIPsBL/91.Rivetscanbereheattreated3
times(so4timesintotal)BL/6276.3.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Followingsolutiontreatmentaluminiumalloycanbeplacedintoservice.

OptionA.
after5days.
OptionB.
straightaway.
OptionC.
after24hours.
CorrectAnsweris. after5days.
Explanation. Fullhardnessisachievedafter45days.CAIPsBL/91Para7.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Thetimebetweenremovalfromheattreatmentfurnaceandquenchingmustbenotmorethan.
OptionA.
3seconds.

OptionB.
10seconds.

OptionC.
7seconds.

CorrectAnsweris. 10seconds.
Explanation. JeppesenA&PTechnicianAirframeTextbookPage29.

QuestionNumber.
36.
WhenbuffingsurfaceofAluminiumAlloy,whatmaterialareyouremoving?.

OptionA.
Oxidelayer.
OptionB.
Aluminium.
OptionC.
Alloy.
CorrectAnsweris. Oxidelayer.
Explanation. Polishingal.alloy,pureal.orAlclad,youwouldberemovingtheoxidelayer.

QuestionNumber.
37.
WhyiscladalloypreferredtopureAluminium?.

OptionA.
Lessbrittle.
OptionB.
Moreductile.
OptionC.
Tougher.

CorrectAnsweris. Tougher.

Explanation. Theimportantfactoristhatcladaluminiumalloyis90%aluminiumalloy.Thefactthatitiscladisirrelevant.

QuestionNumber.
38.
Whyarealuminiumalloysusedonaircraft,insteadofpurealuminium?.

OptionA.
Stronger.

OptionB.
Corrosionresistant.
OptionC.
Lighter.

CorrectAnsweris. Stronger.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Themagnesiumalloysusedinaircraftcanberecognizedby.

OptionA.
shinysurfaceduetochromiumplatedonthesurface.

OptionB.
yellowishsurfaceduetoprotectivetreatment.

OptionC.
silversurfaceduetoprotectivecoating.

CorrectAnsweris. yellowishsurfaceduetoprotectivetreatment.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Agehardeningofaluminiumis.

OptionA.
nevercarriedout.

OptionB.
agradualhardeningoveraperiodoftime.
OptionC.
notnecessary.
CorrectAnsweris. nevercarriedout.

Explanation. Aluminiumwillnotagehardenlikealuminiumalloyssuchasduralastherearsnoalloyingelementssuchascopper
thatwillcomeoutofsolutionovertime.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Alcladis.

OptionA.
aluminiumwithduralumincladding.
OptionB.
duraluminwithaluminiumcoating.
OptionC.
duraluminwithmagnesiumcladding.
CorrectAnsweris. duraluminwithaluminiumcoating.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Theoxidefilmonthesurfaceofaluminiumis.

OptionA.
hardandporous.

OptionB.
porous.
OptionC.
nonporous.
CorrectAnsweris. nonporous.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
43.
Theprocessofformingapurelayerofaluminiumoveranaluminiumalloyis.
OptionA.
metalizing.

OptionB.
cladding.

OptionC.
electroplating.
CorrectAnsweris. cladding.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
44.
Titaniumcanbeidentifiedbyplacingitonagrindingwheelandlookingfor.
OptionA.
RedSparks.
OptionB.
YellowSparks.

OptionC.
WhiteSparks.
CorrectAnsweris. WhiteSparks.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
45.
Thecriticalprocessofheattreatmentis.

OptionA.
temperature,methodofheatingandcooling.
OptionB.
temperatureandmethodofheatingonly.

OptionC.
methodofheatingonly.

CorrectAnsweris. temperature,methodofheatingandcooling.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
46.
Retreatmentofaluminiumalloyscanbeperformedby.

OptionA.
alocromtreatment.
OptionB.
brushingonphosphatetreatmentfollowedbypaint.
OptionC.
seleniousacidtreatment.

CorrectAnsweris. alocromtreatment.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
47.
Whatisgenerallytruefortitaniumalloy?.

OptionA.
Itisstrongerthanthealuminium.

OptionB.
Itisstrongerthanthesteel.
OptionC.
Ithaslowerdensitythanmagnesium.
CorrectAnsweris. Itisstrongerthanthealuminium.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.geocities.com/pganio/materials.html

QuestionNumber.
48.
Malleablematerialsare.

OptionA.
easytoforge.
OptionB.
easytocast.
OptionC.
highlyductile.
CorrectAnsweris. easytoforge.
Explanation. Malleabilitydoesnotnecessarilymeanductility.

QuestionNumber.
49.
Ifamaterialhastoundergodeepcoldformingoperation.Theessentialpropertywouldbe.
OptionA.
ductility.

OptionB.
malleability.
OptionC.
elasticity.

CorrectAnsweris. malleability.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
50.
Themetalwhichmustnotbeheatedinasaltbathis.

OptionA.
magnesiumalloy.

OptionB.
duralumin.

OptionC.
rivetsmadeofalclad.
CorrectAnsweris. magnesiumalloy.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
51.
Thecolourcodeonsheetmetalindicates.

OptionA.
onlythespecificationofthematerial.
OptionB.
thespecandgaugeofthematerial.
OptionC.
thatthematerialisfromanapprovedsource.
CorrectAnsweris. thatthematerialisfromanapprovedsource.ORonlythespecificationofthematerial.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
52.
Whentwoormoremetallicmaterialsarefusedtogether,thecombinationisknownas.
OptionA.
acompositematerial.
OptionB.
athermosettingcompound.
OptionC.
analloy.

CorrectAnsweris. analloy.

Explanation. Fusemeans'tomelt'.

QuestionNumber.
53.
Malleablematerialsarenormally.

OptionA.
alsohighlyductile.
OptionB.
easytocast.
OptionC.
easilyforged.
CorrectAnsweris. easilyforged.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
54.
ThecommonbondingmaterialforTungstenCarbideis.

OptionA.
Invar.
OptionB.
Cobalt.
OptionC.
Silicon.

CorrectAnsweris. Cobalt.
Explanation. Cobaltisusedtobondtungstencarbidetocuttingtools.

QuestionNumber.
55.
Grainsizewilleffectthemechanicalpropertiesofmetal.Whichofthefollowingistrue?.

OptionA.
Largegrainsizeisattributedtoslowcoolingratesandwillgivelesstensilestrength.

OptionB.
Materialswithlargegrainsizearemorepronetocreep.

OptionC.
Smallgrainsizeisnormallyattributedtorapidcoolingratesandwillgivelesstensilestrength.
CorrectAnsweris. Largegrainsizeisattributedtoslowcoolingratesandwillgivelesstensilestrength.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
56.
Thecrackingofstructuralmembersunderrepeatedstresslowerthantheultimatetensileloadisknown
as.

OptionA.
creep.
OptionB.
fatiguefailure.
OptionC.
stressreversal.
CorrectAnsweris. fatiguefailure.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
57.
Apieceofduraluminhasbeenannealedandbentintoshapepriortofittingtoanaircraft.Whichofthe
followingiscorrect?Itmustbe.

OptionA.
fittedtotheaircraftwithin24hours.
OptionB.
solutiontreated,precipitationtreatedandfittedtotheaircraftwithin2hours.

OptionC.
solutiontreatedpriortofittingtoanaircraft.

CorrectAnsweris. solutiontreated,precipitationtreatedandfittedtotheaircraftwithin2hours.ORsolutiontreatedpriortofitting
toanaircraft.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
58.
Asheetofmetalisdesignated2024T4.Thecodetellsusthatthematerialisacopperbasedaluminium
alloy.

OptionA.
annealedandNaturallyaged.
OptionB.
solutiontreatedandnaturallyaged.
OptionC.
solutiontreatedandartificiallyaged.
CorrectAnsweris. solutiontreatedandnaturallyaged.
Explanation. NIL. http://www.jjjtrain.com/vms/engineering_metal_stds.html

QuestionNumber.
59.
Ametaliscoded1285usingtheIADScodingmethod.Thismeansthemetalis.

OptionA.
85%purealuminium.
OptionB.
99.85%purealuminium.

OptionC.
acopperbasedaluminiumalloyi.e.duralumin.

CorrectAnsweris. 99.85%purealuminium.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.jjjtrain.com/vms/engineering_metal_stds.html

QuestionNumber.
60.
Amaterialcontainingapproximately66%nickeland33%copperisknownas.

OptionA.
Nimonic.

OptionB.
Monelmetal.
OptionC.
Invar
CorrectAnsweris. Monelmetal.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
61.
Monelmetalconsistsofapproximately.

OptionA.
66%Chromiumand33%Copper.
OptionB.
66%Copperand33%Nickel.
OptionC.
66%Nickeland33%Copper.
CorrectAnsweris. 66%Chromiumand33%Copper.
Explanation. NIL. http://www.lenntech.com/Monel.htm

QuestionNumber.
62.
Silversolderiscomposedofthematerials.

OptionA.
Copper,TinandSilver.

OptionB.
Zinc,LeadandSilver.
OptionC.
Copper,ZincandSilver.

CorrectAnsweris. Copper,ZincandSilver.

Explanation. NIL. http://ajhknives.com/soldering.html

QuestionNumber.
63.
Theeasewithwhichamaterialcanbeforged,rolledandextrudedwithoutfractureisanindicationofa
material's.

OptionA.
malleability.
OptionB.
ductility.

OptionC.
brittleness.

CorrectAnsweris. malleability.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
64.
Whatisfatigue?.

OptionA.
Cyclicstressingofapart.

OptionB.
Failureofacomponentduetocorrosion.

OptionC.
Constantstressingofapart.
CorrectAnsweris. Cyclicstressingofapart.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
65.
Whyisstopdrillingcarriedoutattheendofacrack?.

OptionA.
Tochangethedirectionofthecrack.
OptionB.
Tostopthecrackfrompropagating.
OptionC.
Toincreasethestressconcentrationatthecrackend.

CorrectAnsweris. Tostopthecrackfrompropagating.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
66.
Annealingofaluminium.

OptionA.
increasesthetensilestrength.
OptionB.
makesthematerialbrittle.

OptionC.
removesstressescausedbyforming.
CorrectAnsweris. removesstressescausedbyforming.
Explanation. NIL.

02b.AircraftMaterialsNonFerrous.

QuestionNumber.
1.
IntheBrinellhardnesstest,youwouldmeasuretheindentation's.
OptionA.
depth.
OptionB.
area.
OptionC.
diameter.

CorrectAnsweris. diameter.

Explanation. InaBrinellhardnesstest,thediameteroftheindentisusedtoindicatethehardness.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Theimpacttestingtechniqueisusedonamaterialtotestfor.

OptionA.
hardness.

OptionB.
toughness.

OptionC.
shearstrain.
CorrectAnsweris. toughness.

Explanation. Theimpacttestmachinemeasuresresistancetoimpact(i.e.toughness).BL/103.

QuestionNumber.
3.
AnSNcurveisusefulinthedesignevaluationprocessfortesting.

OptionA.
fatiguelife.
OptionB.
shearforce.
OptionC.
tension.

CorrectAnsweris. fatiguelife.
Explanation. AnSNcurveistoevaluateamaterialforfatigue.S=stresslevelN=numbercyclestofailure.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whatisafusiblematerial?.

OptionA.
Theabilityoftwodissimilarmetalstomelttogether.

OptionB.
Theabilityofametaltomelt.
OptionC.
Theabilityofametaltobewelded.
CorrectAnsweris. Theabilityofametaltomelt.
Explanation. Fuse'simplymeanstomelt.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Brittlenessis.

OptionA.
thepropertytoresistwear.
OptionB.
thepropertytonotdeformbeforecracking.
OptionC.
thepropertytoresistdeformation.
CorrectAnsweris. thepropertytonotdeformbeforecracking.
Explanation. NIL.


QuestionNumber.
6.
Theproofstressofamaterialisthestressatwhich.

OptionA.
thematerialyields.
OptionB.
smallamountofpermanentsettakesplace.
OptionC.
neckingofthematerialbegins.

CorrectAnsweris. smallamountofpermanentsettakesplace.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Young'sModulusisameasureof.

OptionA.
strain.
OptionB.
stress.
OptionC.
stiffness.

CorrectAnsweris. stiffness.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Hooke'slawstatesthat,withintheelasticregion,elasticstrainis.
OptionA.
indirectlyproportionaltostress.

OptionB.
directlyproportionaltostress.
OptionC.
directlyoppositetostress.

CorrectAnsweris. directlyproportionaltostress.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
9.
TheS.I.unitforstrainis.

OptionA.
Nmm.
OptionB.
P.S.I.
OptionC.
nounits.

CorrectAnsweris. nounits.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Thevalueofstressforagivenmaterialcanbederivedby.

OptionA.
Crosssectionalarea/Load.
OptionB.
Load*Crosssectionalarea.
OptionC.
Load/Crosssectionalarea.
CorrectAnsweris. Load/Crosssectionalarea.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Amaterial'syieldstrengthistheabilityto.

OptionA.
withstandacrushingforce.
OptionB.
resistsideloads.

OptionC.
resistdeformation.

CorrectAnsweris. resistdeformation.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Whattypeofatestinvolvesstretchingmaterialuntilitbreaks?.
OptionA.
FatigueTesting.

OptionB.
HardnessTesting.

OptionC.
TensileTesting.

CorrectAnsweris. TensileTesting.

Explanation. NIL. http://wwwmaterials.eng.cam.ac.uk/mpsite/properties/nonIE/strength.html

03.1a.AircraftMaterialsCompositeandNonMetallicotherthanwoodandfabric.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Adhesivescontainingphenolformaldehyde,tocure,requires.

OptionA.
roomtemperature.

OptionB.
hightemperature.

OptionC.
lowtemperature.

CorrectAnsweris. hightemperature.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Twopartsoftheadhesiveprocessare.

OptionA.
wettingandgripping.
OptionB.
spreadingandsetting.
OptionC.
wettingandsetting.
CorrectAnsweris. wettingandsetting.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Typesofadhesivejointsare.

OptionA.
mechanicalandcemented.
OptionB.
cementedandspecific.

OptionC.
mechanicalandspecific.

CorrectAnsweris. mechanicalandspecific.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whatmaterialwouldbeusedwhereahightemperatureapplicationisrequired,e.g.afirewall?.
OptionA.
Aramid(Kevlar)fibres.

OptionB.
Carbon/graphitefibres.

OptionC.
Ceramicfibres.

CorrectAnsweris. Ceramicfibres.

Explanation. Ceramiccompositesretaintheirstrengthathightemperatures.


QuestionNumber.
5.
Overextendedhoneycombcanbendinwhichdirection?.

OptionA.
Inalldirections.

OptionB.
Acrosstheribbon.

OptionC.
Alongtheribbon.

CorrectAnsweris. Alongtheribbon.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Fibreweavestrengthisgreatestinthedirectionofthe.

OptionA.
weft.
OptionB.
warp.
OptionC.
bias.
CorrectAnsweris. warp.
Explanation. SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites.

QuestionNumber.
7.
WhatisAlumina?.

OptionA.
Analloyofaluminium.

OptionB.
Aluminiumore.

OptionC.
Aceramicoxideofaluminium.

CorrectAnsweris. Aceramicoxideofaluminium.

Explanation. Aluminaiaaluminiumoxideaceramic.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Whichofthesecorematerialswillbeusedinthemakingofacompositematerialflatpanel?.
OptionA.
Hexagonalcore.

OptionB.
Rectangularcore.

OptionC.
Flexiblecore.
CorrectAnsweris. Hexagonalcore.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
9.
WhichofthefollowingcouldbestbemanufacturedfromPerspexpanel?.

OptionA.
Apassengerwindow.
OptionB.
Aradome.

OptionC.
Acockpitwindscreen.
CorrectAnsweris. Apassengerwindow.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
10.
KevlarandNomexaretypesof.

OptionA.
glassfibrecomposite.
OptionB.
advancedcomposite.
OptionC.
aluminiumalloy.

CorrectAnsweris. advancedcomposite.
Explanation. KevlarandNomexareAramidmaterials.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Strengthoffibreglassis.

OptionA.
eitherdirection.

OptionB.
alongthefibre.

OptionC.
acrossthefibre.

CorrectAnsweris. alongthefibre.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Acompositeflappanelhasstructuraldamage.WhatNDTmethodwillyouusetodetect?.
OptionA.
Highvoltagexray.
OptionB.
Lowvoltagexray.

OptionC.
Cointaptest.
CorrectAnsweris. Cointaptest.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Soundisbestabsorbedbyamaterialwhichis.

OptionA.
dense.
OptionB.
softandporous.

OptionC.
hard.
CorrectAnsweris. softandporous.

Explanation. Cellular'materialsmakegoodsoundinsulation.Soundisunaffectedbydensity,norhardness.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Themaximumtensilestrengthoffibrereinforcedplasticisachievedusing.
OptionA.
fibresuniformlydistributedat45degreestoeachother.

OptionB.
unidirectionalfibres.
OptionC.
choppedstrandmat.
CorrectAnsweris. unidirectionalfibres.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Polyesterresinandglassfibrecloth,becomes.

OptionA.
PTFE.
OptionB.
PVC.
OptionC.
GRP.
CorrectAnsweris. GRP.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Athermoplasticcanbe.

OptionA.
heatedandformedonlyonce.
OptionB.
isnotaffectedbyevenlowtemperatures.

OptionC.
canbereheatedandreformedmorethanonce.

CorrectAnsweris. canbereheatedandreformedmorethanonce.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Animpactadhesiveispartofthe.

OptionA.
thermoplasticgroup.
OptionB.
thermosetgroup.

OptionC.
Anaerobicresingroup.

CorrectAnsweris. thermoplasticgroup.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Sandwichpanelsmadeofmetalhoneycombconstructionareusedonmodernaircraftbecausethistype
ofconstruction.

OptionA.
mayberepairedbygluingreplacementskintotheinnercorematerialwiththermoplasticresin.
OptionB.
islighterthansinglesheetskinofthesamestrengthandismorecorrosionresistant.

OptionC.
hasahighstrengthtoweightratio.
CorrectAnsweris. islighterthansinglesheetskinofthesamestrengthandismorecorrosionresistant.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Acategoryofplasticmaterialthatiscapableofsofteningorflowingwhenreheatedisdescribedasa.

OptionA.
thermoset.

OptionB.
thermoplastic.
OptionC.
thermocure.
CorrectAnsweris. thermoplastic.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Theclassificationofhightensilestrengthfibreglassusedinaircraftstructuresis.

OptionA.
Gglass.

OptionB.
Eglass.

OptionC.
Sglass.

CorrectAnsweris. Sglass.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Whichistheidentifyingcharacteristicofacrylicplastics?.

OptionA.
Acetonewillsoftentheplastic,butwillnotchangeitscolour.

OptionB.
Hasayellowishtintwhenviewedfromtheedge.
OptionC.
Zincchloridewillhavenoeffect.

CorrectAnsweris. Zincchloridewillhavenoeffect.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Theclassificationforfibreglassreinforcementmaterialthatishighresistivityandthemostcommonis.

OptionA.
Eglass.

OptionB.
Sglass.

OptionC.
Gglass.

CorrectAnsweris. Eglass.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Compositefabricmaterialisconsideredtobethestrongestinwhatdirection?.

OptionA.
Warp.

OptionB.
Bias.
OptionC.
Weft.
CorrectAnsweris. Warp.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Whichofthefollowingaregenerallycharacteristicofaramidfibre(Kevlar)composites?.

OptionA.
Hightensilestrengthandflexibility.
OptionB.
Flexibility,stiffnessandcorrosiveeffectincontactwithaluminium.

OptionC.
Hightensilestrength,stiffnessandabilitytoconductelectricity.
CorrectAnsweris. Hightensilestrength,stiffnessandabilitytoconductelectricity.ORHightensilestrengthandflexibility.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Whichofthefollowingaregenerallycharacteristicofcarbon/graphitefibrecomposites?.

OptionA.
Flexibility,Highcompressivestrengthandabilitytoconductelectricity.
OptionB.
Flexibilityandhighcompressivestrength.
OptionC.
Stiffness,highcompressivestrengthandcorrosiveeffectincontactwithaluminium.

CorrectAnsweris. Stiffness,highcompressivestrengthandcorrosiveeffectincontactwithaluminium.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Whichofthefollowingstatementsistrueaboutthermosettingplastics?.

OptionA.
TheyarealsoknownasTeflon.

OptionB.
Oncemouldedintoshapetheybecomesetandcannotsubsequentlybesoftenedbyreheating.

OptionC.
Theybecomeplasticwhenheatisapplied.
CorrectAnsweris. Oncemouldedintoshapetheybecomesetandcannotsubsequentlybesoftenedbyreheating.

Explanation. NIL.

03.1b.AircraftMaterialsCompositeandNonMetallicotherthanwoodandfabric.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whichofthefollowingissusceptibletotheingressofmoisture?.

OptionA.
Glassfibre.
OptionB.
Carbonfibre.
OptionC.
Kevlar.
CorrectAnsweris. Kevlar.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whattestsaredoneonadhesivejoints?.

OptionA.
Shearandpeel.

OptionB.
Impactandpeel.

OptionC.
Impactandshear.

CorrectAnsweris. Shearandpeel.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Whenusingahotbondertoeffectacompositerepair,youuse.

OptionA.
inorganicresinadhesives.

OptionB.
organicresinadhesives.

OptionC.
syntheticresinadhesives.

CorrectAnsweris. syntheticresinadhesives.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Inacompositerepairlayup,howmuchshouldeachlayerextendbeyondthelayerbelowit?.
OptionA.
34inches.
OptionB.
12inches.
OptionC.
23inches.

CorrectAnsweris. 12inches.
Explanation. FAAAC43Page35.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Whatistheeffectofheatonacoldcureresin?.

OptionA.
Noeffectonpotlife.
OptionB.
Decreasepotlife.

OptionC.
Increasepotlife.

CorrectAnsweris. Decreasepotlife.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Ifyouincreasetheamountofcatalystinaresinmixture,.

OptionA.
thematerialwillbecomestronger.
OptionB.
thematerialwillbecomeweaker.

OptionC.
thepotlifewillbedecreased.
CorrectAnsweris. thepotlifewillbedecreased.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Whattwocomponentsofathreepartpolyesterresinaredangeroustomixtogetherdirectly?.
OptionA.
Acceleratorandfreecatalyst.
OptionB.
Catalystandresin.

OptionC.
Acceleratorandresin.
CorrectAnsweris. Acceleratorandfreecatalyst.
Explanation. CAIPAL/76page2para4.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Whatistheeffectofaddingtoomuchhardenertoaresin?.

OptionA.
Noeffect.

OptionB.
Makestherepairmorebrittle.
OptionC.
Theresinwillnotharden.

CorrectAnsweris. Makestherepairmorebrittle.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Whatisthelargestholeinhoneycombrepairablewithmicroballoons?.
OptionA.
2.54inches.
OptionB.
2.54mm.

OptionC.
2.54cm.

CorrectAnsweris. 2.54cm.

Explanation. Answeris1inch.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Anairdrivenrouterisusedtoremovehoneycombmaterialforrepairs.
OptionA.
whenoneouterskinisdamaged.

OptionB.
tostainlesssteelhoneycombonly.
OptionC.
whenbothouterskinsaredamaged.
CorrectAnsweris. whenoneouterskinisdamaged.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
11.
WherewouldyouuseaTemplestick?.

OptionA.
Fortheboundarymarkingofacompositerepair.

OptionB.
Toindicatetemperaturewhenarepairedcompositeitemiscuredwithheatlamps.
OptionC.
Asatemporaryrepairinaglassfibreinternal.

CorrectAnsweris. Toindicatetemperaturewhenarepairedcompositeitemiscuredwithheatlamps.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Thevacuumconnectionsonafibreglassrepairmustbeplacedontothe.
OptionA.
toplayerofglassfabricdirectly.

OptionB.
breathermat.
OptionC.
peelply.

CorrectAnsweris. breathermat.
Explanation. Thebreathermatallowstheairtoflowfromtherepair.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Whatdoyoudoifyouforgettoaddhardenertoacompositerepair?.
OptionA.
Addhardenerattheedgesanditwillcure.
OptionB.
Itwillcureeventuallyanyway.

OptionC.
Removeallresinandstartagain.

CorrectAnsweris. Removeallresinandstartagain.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Whywouldyouusemicroballoonsasafiller?.

OptionA.
Itisthelightestfillermaterial.

OptionB.
Itisthecheapestfillermaterial.

OptionC.
Itcrosslinkswiththepanel.
CorrectAnsweris. Itisthelightestfillermaterial.

Explanation. Microballoonsisthelightestfillermaterial.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Whenusingabackingformeronacompositerepairyouneedtouse.
OptionA.
avacuumbag.
OptionB.
cellophane.
OptionC.
breathercloth.
CorrectAnsweris. cellophane.
Explanation. SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Heatermatsshouldoverlaptherepairby.

OptionA.
4inches.

OptionB.
6inches.

OptionC.
2inches.

CorrectAnsweris. 2inches.

Explanation. SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Athermoplasticfibrereinforcedcompositeispreparedby.

OptionA.
asolventwipe.

OptionB.
coronamethod.

OptionC.
etching.

CorrectAnsweris. coronamethod.

Explanation. Coronamethodisusedtoprepareathermoplasticmaterial. http://www.bondmaster.com/surfacePrep.asp

QuestionNumber.
18.
Duringvacuumbaglayupthevacuumgaugeisplacedwhere?.

OptionA.
Nexttothevacuumport.

OptionB.
Oppositesidetothevacuumport.

OptionC.
Overtherepair.

CorrectAnsweris. Oppositesidetothevacuumport.

Explanation. Althoughthevacuumgaugecanbeplacedanywhere,theeasiestbeingonthesamesideasthevacuumnozzle,themost
logicalanswer(andprobablytheonetheCAAwant)isoppositesideoftherepairtothenozzle.SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites
showsadiagramwithitoppositeside(fig74)andoneshowingitcombinedwiththevacuumnozzle(fig76).

QuestionNumber.
19.
Steppedcuringhas.

OptionA.
2ormorearrestpoints.

OptionB.
noarrestpoint.

OptionC.
1arrestpoint.
CorrectAnsweris. 2ormorearrestpoints.

Explanation. SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites(dwelltime=soaktime=arrestpoint).OrA&PTechnicianAirframeTextbook.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Maximumrepairdimensionsforuseofmicroballoonsis.

OptionA.
10mm.
OptionB.
20mm.
OptionC.
30mm.
CorrectAnsweris. 10mm.
Explanation. Maximumrepairwithmicroballoonsisapproximately3/8inchclosesthereis10mm.AL/767.4.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Inanautoclavewhatpressurewouldthevacuumalarmbesetat?.

OptionA.
Operatingpressure.
OptionB.
Higherthanoperatingpressure.

OptionC.
Lowerthanoperatingpressure.

CorrectAnsweris. Lowerthanoperatingpressure.

Explanation. Anautoclaveusespressure,sothealarmmustsoundifthepressuredropsbelownormal.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Inanautoclavewhatwouldyoucovertherepairin?.

OptionA.
Hightempnylon.

OptionB.
Polypropelene.

OptionC.
Polythene.

CorrectAnsweris. Hightempnylon.

Explanation. SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Whenmixingresinitisdangeroustoadd.
OptionA.
acceleratorandcatalystbeforeresin.
OptionB.
catalystandresinbeforeaccelerator.
OptionC.
resinandacceleratorbeforecatalyst.
CorrectAnsweris. acceleratorandcatalystbeforeresin.
Explanation. AL/764.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Inanautoclave,toapplypressure.

OptionA.
avacuumbagisused.
OptionB.
weightsareused.

OptionC.
clampsareused.

CorrectAnsweris. avacuumbagisused.
Explanation. SeeJeppesenAdvancedComposites.

QuestionNumber.
25.
WhatdoesMSDSstandfor?.

OptionA.
MetalSurfaceDimensionSector.

OptionB.
MaterialSafetyDataSheet.
OptionC.
MaximumStructuralDesignSystem.
CorrectAnsweris. MaterialSafetyDataSheet.
Explanation. MSDSMaterialSafetyDataSheet.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Honeycombforrepaircanberemovedwith.
OptionA.
adrill.
OptionB.
locallymanufacturedconcaveknife.
OptionC.
arouter.

CorrectAnsweris. arouter.

Explanation. CAIPsAL/76.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Thepotlifeofacoldcuredresin.

OptionA.
isnotreliantupontemperaturefluctuations.
OptionB.
decreaseswithanincreaseintemperature.
OptionC.
increaseswithincreaseoftemperature.

CorrectAnsweris. decreaseswithanincreaseintemperature.
Explanation. CAIPsAL/76.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Thermosettingadhesive,duringtheircuringcyclegiveoff.

OptionA.
staticradiation.

OptionB.
heat.
OptionC.
carbonmonoxide.

CorrectAnsweris. heat.
Explanation. plastics(oradhesives)requireheattomakethemcure.Theheatcanbeappliedexternally(endothermic)orcreated
internallybyacatalystorhardener(exothermic).Thelattergivesoffheat.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Theeffectofalowertemperaturethanambientduringthecuringperiodofaresin,willcausethecuring
timeto.

OptionA.
decrease.

OptionB.
increase.

OptionC.
remainunchanged.
CorrectAnsweris. increase.

Explanation. Acoldertemperaturewillcausearesintotakelongertocure.AL/764.3.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Whatisusedasthebasecoveringonahoneycombrepair?.

OptionA.
Glassclothorthinaluminiumsheet.

OptionB.
Thickaluminiumsheet.

OptionC.
Plywood.

CorrectAnsweris. Glassclothorthinaluminiumsheet.
Explanation. Mostcorrectanswerforarepairtoahoneycombsandwhichstructure.AL/767.5.5.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Whendrillingacarbonfibrereinforcedplasticuse.

OptionA.
asteeldrillandcarbarundumpowder.

OptionB.
atungstendrillwithapointedtip.
OptionC.
atungstencarbidedrill.

CorrectAnsweris. atungstencarbidedrill.

Explanation. AirbusA340SRMstatesCarbideorCarbidetippeddrillforcompositematerials.

QuestionNumber.
32.
Whenlayingupaglassfibrerepair,theextralayeroffibreis.
OptionA.
asacrificiallayerforsanding.
OptionB.
forextrastrength.

OptionC.
forshrinkage.
CorrectAnsweris. forextrastrength.

Explanation. AC4333(3)page34.

QuestionNumber.
33.
Bubblesareremovedfromawetcompositelayupby.

OptionA.
applicationofpressure.

OptionB.
useofaroller.
OptionC.
applicationofvacuum.

CorrectAnsweris. useofaroller.
Explanation. Bubbles(largeonesanyway)areremovedwitharoller.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Useofexcessivehardenerinpolyesterresinleadsto.

OptionA.
alessstiffjoint.

OptionB.
reducedpotlife.

OptionC.
stifferjoint.
CorrectAnsweris. reducedpotlife.

Explanation. Toomuchhardenerwillgreatlyreducepotlifeaswellasmakethepolyesterbrittle.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Whenthetemperatureincreasesonahotbondrepairispauseditisknownas.

OptionA.
arrestpoint.
OptionB.
rampingdown.

OptionC.
rampingup.
CorrectAnsweris. arrestpoint.
Explanation. Rampup'and'rampdown'refertotheheatingandcoolingrates(inCperminute).Whentheheatingispauseditis
called'hold'or'soak'atthe'arrestpoint'.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Slightwavinessonafibrecompositestructure.

OptionA.
maycausefatiguecrackeventually.
OptionB.
maybetolerableiflightlyloaded.
OptionC.
couldbereinforcewithadditionalpliesovertheweakenedarea.
CorrectAnsweris. maybetolerableiflightlyloaded.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Themaximumlengthoftimeacomponentisheldinstoresisknownasthe.

OptionA.
packagelife.
OptionB.
storagelife.
OptionC.
shelflife.

CorrectAnsweris. shelflife.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
38.
Onaprepregcomposite.

OptionA.
lifecanbeextendedby12monthsifstoredbelow10C.
OptionB.
lifecanbeextendedby12monthsifstoredabove40C.
OptionC.
nolifeextensionisallowed,itmustbeusedimmediately.
CorrectAnsweris. lifecanbeextendedby12monthsifstoredabove40C.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Hotbondcompositepanehasacrack.Whenitreachestheribbonitwill.
OptionA.
carryonalongtheribbon.

OptionB.
havenoeffectonitsdirection.

OptionC.
stop.
CorrectAnsweris. stop.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Inanautoclavetheairisremovedby.

OptionA.
pressure.

OptionB.
roller.
OptionC.
vacuum.

CorrectAnsweris. vacuum.

Explanation. Airisremovedbyvacuumwhetheranautoclaveisusedornot.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Whatistheseparationofanaramidpanellayersdescribedas?.

OptionA.
Delamination.
OptionB.
Debonding.

OptionC.
Detachment.
CorrectAnsweris. Delamination.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Taptestingasandwichpanelconstruction.

OptionA.
isnotanapprovedmethodoftesting.
OptionB.
willnotgiveveryreliableresults.

OptionC.
iscrude,butworksremarkablywell.
CorrectAnsweris. iscrude,butworksremarkablywell.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
43.
Whichproductisaserioushealthhazardwhenhandling?.
OptionA.
Ceramic.

OptionB.
Asbestos.

OptionC.
Glassfibre.
CorrectAnsweris. Asbestos.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
44.
Aircrafttransparentplasticsarecleanedusing.

OptionA.
warmsoapywater,rinsedanddried.
OptionB.
paraffinandsoftcottonpad.
OptionC.
cleandrysoftleather.
CorrectAnsweris. warmsoapywater,rinsedanddried.
Explanation. AL/746.1.

QuestionNumber.
45.
Athermosettingadhesive.

OptionA.
willberesistanttoheat.

OptionB.
canbereformedwhenhot.
OptionC.
undergoesachemicaltransformationandcreatesaninsolublesubstance.
CorrectAnsweris. undergoesachemicaltransformationandcreatesaninsolublesubstance.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
46.
Metalfastenersusedwithcarbon/graphitecompositestructures.

OptionA.
mustbemadeofmaterialssuchastitaniumorcorrosionresistantsteel.

OptionB.
mustbemadeofhighstrengthaluminiumalloy.

OptionC.
maybemadeofanyofthemetalscommonlyusedinaircraftfasteners.

CorrectAnsweris. mustbemadeofmaterialssuchastitaniumorcorrosionresistantsteel.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
47.
Whichmethodscanbeusedtoinspectfibreglass/honeycombstructuresforentrappedwater?.
OptionA.
AcousticemissionandXray.
OptionB.
Xrayandbacklighting.

OptionC.
Acousticemissionandbacklighting.
CorrectAnsweris. Xrayandbacklighting.

Explanation. Acousticemissionwilldetectcorrosiononly.

QuestionNumber.
48.
Whenbalsawoodisusedtoreplaceadamagedhoneycombcore,theplugshouldbecutsothat.
OptionA.
itisabout1/8inchundersizetoallowsufficientbondingmaterialtobeapplied.
OptionB.
thegrainisparalleltotheskin.

OptionC.
thegrainisperpendiculartotheskin.
CorrectAnsweris. thegrainisperpendiculartotheskin.
Explanation. NIL.


QuestionNumber.
49.
Whenrepairingpuncturetypedamageofametalfacedlaminatedhoneycombpanel,theedgesofthe
doublershouldbetaperedto.

OptionA.
whateverisdesiredforaneatcleanappearance.

OptionB.
twotimesthethicknessofthemetal.
OptionC.
100timesthethicknessofthemetal.
CorrectAnsweris. 100timesthethicknessofthemetal.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
50.
Oneofthebestwaystoassurethataproperlypreparedbatchofmatrixresinhasbeenachievedisto.

OptionA.
testtheviscosityoftheresinimmediatelyaftermixing.

OptionB.
havemixedenoughforatestsample.
OptionC.
performachemicalcompositionanalysis.
CorrectAnsweris. havemixedenoughforatestsample.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
51.
Compositeinspectionsbymeansofacousticemissionsmonitoring.

OptionA.
analyseultrasonicsignalstransmittedintothepartsbeinginspected.

OptionB.
createsonogrampicturesoftheareasbeinginspected.

OptionC.
pickupthe'noise'ofcorrosionorotherdeteriorationtakingplace.
CorrectAnsweris. createsonogrampicturesoftheareasbeinginspected.ORpickupthe'noise'ofcorrosionorotherdeterioration
takingplace.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
52.
Whichofthefollowingareadvantagesofusingmicroballoonsinrepairstolaminatehoneycomb
sandwichpanels?.

OptionA.
Greaterconcentrationsofresininedgesandcorners,improvedstrengthtoweightratio,lessdensity,lowerstress
concentrations.

OptionB.
Lessdensity,lowerstressconcentrations.
OptionC.
Improvedstrengthtoweightratio,lessdensity,lowerstress.

CorrectAnsweris. Lessdensity,lowerstressconcentrations.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
53.
Thelengthandtimethatacatalyzedresinwillremaininaworkablestateiscalledthe.

OptionA.
shelflife.

OptionB.
servicelife.
OptionC.
potlife.

CorrectAnsweris. potlife.

Explanation. CAIPAL/76para4.2.

QuestionNumber.
54.
Onemethodofinspectingalaminatedfibreglassstructurethathasbeensubjectedtodamageis.
OptionA.
stripthedamagedareaofallpaintandshineastronglightthroughthestructure.
OptionB.
useaneddycurrentprobeonbothsidesofthedamagedarea.

OptionC.
usedyepenetrantinspectionprocedures,exposingtheentiredamagedareatothepenetrantsolution.

CorrectAnsweris. stripthedamagedareaofallpaintandshineastronglightthroughthestructure.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
55.
Wheninspectingacompositepanelusingtheringtest/tappingmethod,adullthudmayindicate.
OptionA.
anareaoftoomuchmatrixbetweenthefibres.

OptionB.
lessthanfullstrengthcuringofthematrix.
OptionC.
separationofthelaminates.
CorrectAnsweris. separationofthelaminates.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
56.
Superficialscars,scratches,surfaceabrasion,orrainerosiononfibreglasslaminatescangenerallybe
repairedbyapplying.

OptionA.
oneormorecoatsofsuitableresin(roomtemperaturecatalyzed)tothesurface.
OptionB.
asheetofpolyethyleneovertheabradedsurfaceandoneormorecoatsofresincuredwithinfraredheatlamps.
OptionC.
apieceofresinimpregnatedglassfabricfacing.

CorrectAnsweris. asheetofpolyethyleneovertheabradedsurfaceandoneormorecoatsofresincuredwithinfraredheatlamps.
ORoneormorecoatsofsuitableresin(roomtemperaturecatalyzed)tothesurface.

Explanation. CAIPAL/76para7.2ad.

QuestionNumber.
57.
Apottedcompoundrepaironhoneycombcanusuallybemadeondamageslessthan.

OptionA.
4inchesindiameter.
OptionB.
2inchesindiameter.
OptionC.
1inchindiameter.

CorrectAnsweris. 1inchindiameter.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
58.
Whatreferencetoolisusedtodeterminehowthefibreistobeorientedforaparticularplyorfabric?.

OptionA.
Biasclock.

OptionB.
Weftclock.
OptionC.
Warpclock.
CorrectAnsweris. Warpclock.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
59.
Thestrengthandstiffnessofaproperlyconstructedcompositelayupdependsprimarilyon.

OptionA.
theabilityofthefibrestotransferstresstothematrix.

OptionB.
a60%matrixto40%fibreratio.

OptionC.
theorientationofthepliestotheloaddirection.

CorrectAnsweris. theorientationofthepliestotheloaddirection.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
60.
Whichfibretoresin(%)ratioforadvancedcompositewetlayupsisgenerallyconsideredthebest?.

OptionA.
60:40.
OptionB.
50:50.
OptionC.
40:60.
CorrectAnsweris. 40:60.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
61.
Whatisthemateriallayerusedwithinthevacuumbagpressuresystemtoabsorbexcessresinduring
curingcalled?.

OptionA.
Breather.

OptionB.
Bleeder.

OptionC.
Release.

CorrectAnsweris. Bleeder.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
62.
Whennecessary,whattypeofcuttingfluidisusuallyacceptableformachiningcompositelaminates?.

OptionA.
Watersolubleoil.

OptionB.
Wateronly.
OptionC.
Waterdisplacingoil.

CorrectAnsweris. Wateronly.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
63.
Fibreglasslaminatedamagenotexceedingthefirstlayerorplycanberepairedby.

OptionA.
fillingwithputtyconsistingofcompatibleresinandclean,shortglassfibres.

OptionB.
sandingthedamagedareuntilaerodynamicallysmooth.

OptionC.
trimmingtheroughadgesandsealingwithpaint.
CorrectAnsweris. sandingthedamagedareuntilaerodynamicallysmooth.ORfillingwithputtyconsistingofcompatibleresinand
clean,shortglassfibres.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
64.
Fibreglassdamagethatextendscompletelythroughalaminatedsandwichstructure.

OptionA.
maybefilledwithresintoeliminatedangerousstressconcentrations.

OptionB.
mustberepaired.

OptionC.
maybefilledwithputtywhichiscompatiblewiththeresin.
CorrectAnsweris. mustberepaired.

Explanation. AC43mustberepairedusingasteppedjointorscarfedrepair.

QuestionNumber.
65.
Fibreglasslaminatedamagethatextendscompletelythroughonefacingandintothecore.

OptionA.
canberepairedbyusingatypicalfacingpatch.

OptionB.
requiresreplacementofthedamagedcoreandfacing.

OptionC.
cannotberepaired.
CorrectAnsweris. requiresreplacementofthedamagedcoreandfacing.

Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
66.
Whichofthefollowing,whenaddedtowetresins,providestrengthfortherepairofdamagedfastener

holesincompositepanels?.

OptionA.
microballoons,cottonflockandchoppedfibres.

OptionB.
Cottonflockandchoppedfibres.

OptionC.
Microballoonsandchoppedfibres.
CorrectAnsweris. Cottonflockandchoppedfibres.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
67.
Thepartofareplacementhoneycombcorethatmustlineupwiththeadjacentoriginalisthe.
OptionA.
celledge.

OptionB.
cellside.

OptionC.
ribbondirection.

CorrectAnsweris. ribbondirection.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
68.
Whichofthefollowingisthedefinitionofcuretime?.

OptionA.
Theperiodafterwhichthesurfaceofthecompoundnolongerexhibitsadhesiveproperties.

OptionB.
Thetimerequiredforthemixedcompoundtoreachaninitialrubberystate.

OptionC.
Thetimetakenforthemixedcompoundtoreachafinalrubberystate.

CorrectAnsweris. Thetimerequiredforthemixedcompoundtoreachaninitialrubberystate.ORTheperiodafterwhichthe
surfaceofthecompoundnolongerexhibitsadhesiveproperties.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
69.
Inordertopreventdermatitiscausedduetocontactwithpolymerresin,oneshould.

OptionA.
avoidinhalingfumes.
OptionB.
remembertoclosetheautoclavedoorduringcuring.
OptionC.
usedisposableglovesorbarriercream.

CorrectAnsweris. remembertoclosetheautoclavedoorduringcuring.ORusedisposableglovesorbarriercream.

Explanation. CAIPAL/76para4.

03.2.AircraftMaterialsWoodenStructures.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Withwhatwouldyoucheckthebondedjointsofawoodenaircraftstructure?.

OptionA.
Afeelergauge.

OptionB.
Aplasticstrip.
OptionC.
Ascrewdriver.
CorrectAnsweris. Afeelergauge.

Explanation. AC43Chapter1Section3Para129.,CAAIPsLeaflet61Figure3.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whatisanopenassemblytime?.

OptionA.
Thetimeelapsingbetweentheapplicationoftheadhesiveandtheassemblyofthejointcomponents.

OptionB.
Thetimebetweentheadhesivebeingappliedtothejointsurfacesandtheirassembly.

OptionC.
Thetimeelapsedfromtheadhesivebeingappliedtothejointsurfacestothembeingclamped.
CorrectAnsweris. Thetimebetweentheadhesivebeingappliedtothejointsurfacesandtheirassembly.ORThetimeelapsing
betweentheapplicationoftheadhesiveandtheassemblyofthejointcomponents.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet24Page7.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Thedefectsnotallowedatallonwoodenstructuresare.

OptionA.
mineralstreaks.

OptionB.
pitchpockets.
OptionC.
checks,shakesandsplits.

CorrectAnsweris. checks,shakesandsplits.

Explanation. A&PTechnicianAirframeTextbook35.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Thebasicstructureofanaircraftmadeofwoodcanbe.

OptionA.
monocoque.
OptionB.
nonmonocoque.

OptionC.
nonmonocoque,monocoque,semimonocoque.

CorrectAnsweris. nonmonocoque,monocoque,semimonocoque.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Whenafullinspectionforcorosionistobecarriedoutonawoodenaircraftyouwould.

OptionA.
Bringtheaircraftintothehangarfor2to3dayspriortotheinspection.

OptionB.
Jackandtrestletheaircrafttotheriggingposition.
OptionC.
Removeallthefabric/clothpriortoinspection.

CorrectAnsweris. Removeallthefabric/clothpriortoinspection.

Explanation. AC43Para129.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Forfungustocausewooddecayinawoodstructure,themoisturecontentinthewoodmustbeatleast.

OptionA.
20%.
OptionB.
85%.
OptionC.
5%.
CorrectAnsweris. 20%.
Explanation. AC43Para128a.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Thenormalmoisturecontentinthewoodofawoodenaircraftstructureis.

OptionA.
1012%.

OptionB.
2030%.

OptionC.
02%.
CorrectAnsweris. 1012%.

Explanation. AC43Para.129g.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Howisthemoisturecontentwithinthewoodofawoodaircraftstructuredetermined?.
OptionA.
Byinsertingtheprobeofamoisturemeter.
OptionB.
Bymeasuringthesizeofthewaterstainsatjoints.
OptionC.
Byweighingthewoodstructurebeforeandafterdryingit.
CorrectAnsweris. Byinsertingtheprobeofamoisturemeter.
Explanation. AC43Para.129g.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Exceptwherespecifiedbythemanufacturer,awoodensparmaybespliced.
OptionA.
atnopoint.
OptionB.
atanypointexceptunderthewingattachmentfittings.

OptionC.
atanypoint.
CorrectAnsweris. atanypointexceptunderthewingattachmentfittings.

Explanation. AC43Para140.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Replacementofawoodensparis.

OptionA.
onlypermittedbythemanufacturer.
OptionB.
aminorrepair.
OptionC.
amajorrepair.
CorrectAnsweris. amajorrepair.
Explanation. AC43Para.141.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Acrackisfoundinawoodenspar,you.

OptionA.
mustreplacethesparsection.
OptionB.
mightbeabletorepairthespar.

OptionC.
mustreplacetheentirespar.
CorrectAnsweris. mightbeabletorepairthespar.

Explanation. AC43Para.144.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Woodsealantsusedonwoodenaircraftstructuresarefor.

OptionA.
helpingtopreventwoodcracking.
OptionB.
improvingaerodynamicefficiency.
OptionC.
reducingtherequirementforsanding.

CorrectAnsweris. helpingtopreventwoodcracking.
Explanation. AC43Para.144c.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Todeterminewhetheranaircraftwoodenstructuresurfaceiscompoundcurvature,youwoulduse.

OptionA.
acurvaturegauge.

OptionB.
asheetofpaper.

OptionC.
atrammel.

CorrectAnsweris. asheetofpaper.

Explanation. AC43Para.148.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Toassistthebendingofplywood,aheatedbendingformermustbeheatedtoatemperatureof.
OptionA.
300C.

OptionB.
150C.

OptionC.
100C.

CorrectAnsweris. 150C.

Explanation. AC43Para.149b.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Asplayedpatchrepairmaybeusedonplywooddamagewhichdoesnotexceed.

OptionA.
20timestheskinthickness.
OptionB.
15timestheskinthickness.
OptionC.
10timestheskinthickness.
CorrectAnsweris. 15timestheskinthickness.
Explanation. AC43Para.151a.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Asurfacepatchtoaplywoodstructuremaybealargeas.

OptionA.
50sq.incharea.

OptionB.
50inchperimeter.

OptionC.
50inchdiameter.

CorrectAnsweris. 50inchperimeter.

Explanation. AC43Para.151b.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Thesteepestslopepermittedonthescarfofascarfedplywoodrepairis.

OptionA.
1in20.

OptionB.
1in4.
OptionC.
1in12.

CorrectAnsweris. 1in12.

Explanation. AC43Para.151c.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Themaximumsizedamagetoplywoodskinthatmayberepairedwithafabricpatchis.
OptionA.
3.0inchdiameter.

OptionB.
0.5inchdiameter.

OptionC.
1.0inchdiameter.

CorrectAnsweris. 1.0inchdiameter.

Explanation. AC43Para152.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Thedoublerusedtosupportascarfedpatchplywoodrepairshouldbemadefromplywoodofa
minimum.

OptionA.
1/4inchthick.
OptionB.
1/8inchthick.
OptionC.
3/8inchthick.
CorrectAnsweris. 1/4inchthick.
Explanation. AC43Para.151dandFigure116.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Anaircraftwoodenstructuremustbesurfacefinishedandsealed.

OptionA.
onboththeouterandinnersurfaces.
OptionB.
ontheinnersurfacesonly.
OptionC.
ontheoutersurfacesonly.
CorrectAnsweris. onboththeouterandinnersurfaces.
Explanation. AC43Para164.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Pinewoodhasastrength,comparedtothatofspruce.

OptionA.
lessthan.

OptionB.
exceeding.

OptionC.
thesameas.
CorrectAnsweris. lessthan.

Explanation. AC43Table11.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Thestandardwoodtypeforaircraftwoodstructuresis.

OptionA.
spruce.
OptionB.
douglasfir.

OptionC.
pine.
CorrectAnsweris. spruce.
Explanation. AC43Table11.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Hardknotsinwoodareacceptable.

OptionA.
incertainlocations.
OptionB.
never.
OptionC.
upto3/8inchdiameterinanylocation.

CorrectAnsweris. incertainlocations.
Explanation. AC43Para12.

QuestionNumber.
24.
A'shake'inapieceofwoodisacrack.

OptionA.
acrossannualrings.
OptionB.
inducedbyartificialstress.
OptionC.
betweentwoannualrings.

CorrectAnsweris. betweentwoannualrings.

Explanation. AC43Para.12.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Woodwithchecks,shakesorsplits.

OptionA.
canbeusedprovidingthedamageisrepairedbygluingandclamping.
OptionB.
canbeusedforcertainsecondarystructure.
OptionC.
mustberejected.

CorrectAnsweris. mustberejected.

Explanation. AC43Para12.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Compressionwood.

OptionA.
isahardwood.

OptionB.
shouldberejected.
OptionC.
ispreferredbecauseofitssuperiorstrengthqualities.

CorrectAnsweris. shouldberejected.
Explanation. AC43Para12.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Redheartandpurpleheart.

OptionA.
aretypesofhardwood.

OptionB.
areformsofdecayinwood.
OptionC.
areharmlessnaturaldefectsinwood.
CorrectAnsweris. areformsofdecayinwood.
Explanation. AC43Para12.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Thegreatestamountofshrinkageinwoodisinwhichdirection?.
OptionA.
Tangential.
OptionB.
Radial.
OptionC.
Theshrinkageisequalintangentialandradialdirections.
CorrectAnsweris. Tangential.
Explanation. AC43Para12.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Shrinkageofwoodis.

OptionA.
equalalongandacrossthefibres.

OptionB.
leastalongthefibres.
OptionC.
leastacrossthefibres.
CorrectAnsweris. leastalongthefibres.
Explanation. AC43Para12.


QuestionNumber.
30.
Shrinkageofwoodis.

OptionA.
greatestinthelongitudinaldirection.
OptionB.
negligibleinthelongitudinaldirection.

OptionC.
negligibleintheradialdirection.

CorrectAnsweris. negligibleinthelongitudinaldirection.

Explanation. AC43Para12.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Themaximumpermissiblegraindeviationinwoodis.

OptionA.
1:8.
OptionB.
1:20.
OptionC.
1:15.
CorrectAnsweris. 1:15.
Explanation. AC43Para11.

QuestionNumber.
32.
Nailsusedonwoodstructuresshouldbe.

OptionA.
50mmapart.
OptionB.
12mmapart.
OptionC.
25mmapart.
CorrectAnsweris. 25mmapart.
Explanation. AC43Para111c.

QuestionNumber.
33.
Small(upto3/8inchdiameter)hardknotsareallowedinawoodenspar.
OptionA.
inthemiddle1/3portion.

OptionB.
nowhere.

OptionC.
intheouter1/3portions.

CorrectAnsweris. inthemiddle1/3portion.

Explanation. AC43Para11.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Ifmetalfastenersareremovedfromanaircraft'swoodstructure,andarefoundtohavecorrosionon
them,thiscanindicate.

OptionA.
acidityoftheadjoiningwoodstructure.

OptionB.
deteriorationofthefastener.
OptionC.
decayoftheadjoiningwoodstructure.

CorrectAnsweris. decayoftheadjoiningwoodstructure.

Explanation. AC43128j.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Boltholesthroughwoodenstructuresshouldbe.

OptionA.
sealed,andthesealantallowedtodrybeforefittingthebolt.
OptionB.
leftunsealedandunvarnishedinsidethehole.

OptionC.
sealedwithvarnishandwetassembledwiththeboltbeforethevarnishhasdried.
CorrectAnsweris. sealed,andthesealantallowedtodrybeforefittingthebolt.
Explanation. AC43171.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Woodendgrain.

OptionA.
hasthesamesusceptibilitytomoistureingressasthesideofthegrain.

OptionB.
islesssusceptibletomoistureingressasthesideofthegrain.

OptionC.
ismoresusceptibletomoistureingressasthesideofthegrain.

CorrectAnsweris. ismoresusceptibletomoistureingressasthesideofthegrain.

Explanation. AC43169.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Incasesofelongatedboltholesinawoodsparorcracksinthevicinityoftheboltholes.

OptionA.
itispermissibletoreamthehole,plugwithhardwoodandredrill.

OptionB.
anewsectionofsparshouldbesplicedinorthesparentirelyreplaced.

OptionC.
thesparmaybereinforcedbyusinghardwoodreinforcingplates.
CorrectAnsweris. anewsectionofsparshouldbesplicedinorthesparentirelyreplaced.

Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
38.
Afaintlinerunningacrossthegrainofawoodspargenerallyindicates.
OptionA.
shearfailure.
OptionB.
decay.
OptionC.
compressionfailure.
CorrectAnsweris. compressionfailure.
Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
39.
TheIbeamwoodensparisroutedto.

OptionA.
obtainuniformstrength.

OptionB.
decreaseweight.

OptionC.
increasestrength.

CorrectAnsweris. decreaseweight.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Pinknotclustersarepermittedinwoodaircraftstructureprovided.
OptionA.
theyhavenomineralstreaks.
OptionB.
nopitchpocketsarewithin12inches.

OptionC.
theyproduceasmalleffectofgraindirection.

CorrectAnsweris. theyproduceasmalleffectofgraindirection.

Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Compressionfailuresinwoodaircraftstructuresarecharacterisedbybucklingofthefibresthatappear
asstreaksonthesurface.

OptionA.
paralleltothegrain.
OptionB.
atrightanglestothegrowthrings.
OptionC.
atrightanglestothegrain.
CorrectAnsweris. atrightanglestothegrain.
Explanation. NIL.

03.3.AircraftMaterialsFabricCovering.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Fabricsmaybefittedtoairframestructuresby.

OptionA.
alwaysriveting.

OptionB.
woodnails.
OptionC.
tyingonwithstring.
CorrectAnsweris. tyingonwithstring.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Aircraftfabriccoveringismadefrom.

OptionA.
silk.
OptionB.
polyester.

OptionC.
nylon.
CorrectAnsweris. polyester.

Explanation. AC43Para23a.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Atmanufacture,aircraftfabricis.

OptionA.
shrunk.
OptionB.
doped.

OptionC.
stretched.

CorrectAnsweris. stretched.

Explanation. AC43Para23b.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Recoveringorrepairingofanaircraftwithafabricotherthantheoriginalfabrictypeis.
OptionA.
amajormodificationandrequiresapproval.
OptionB.
prohibited.

OptionC.
aminormodification,providingthefabricisthesamestrengthastheoriginal.

CorrectAnsweris. amajormodificationandrequiresapproval.
Explanation. AC43Para25NOTE.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Reinforcingtapeusedonaircraftfabriccoveringmusthaveaminimumstrengthof.
OptionA.
80lb.
OptionB.
40lb.
OptionC.
120lb.
CorrectAnsweris. 40lb.
Explanation. AC43Para25a.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Lacingcordusedonaircraftfabriccoveringmusthaveaminimumbreakingstrengthof.
OptionA.
120lb.
OptionB.
80lb.
OptionC.
40lb.
CorrectAnsweris. 40lb.
Explanation. AC43Para25c.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Fabricseamsarepreferable.

OptionA.
paralleltothelineofflight.
OptionB.
spanwisetothelineofflight.
OptionC.
obliquetothelineofflight.
CorrectAnsweris. paralleltothelineofflight.
Explanation. AC43Para27.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Singlestitchedmachinesewnseamsarepermissible.
OptionA.
atalllocationsontheaircraft.
OptionB.
never.
OptionC.
onlywhenpositionedoverastructure.

CorrectAnsweris. onlywhenpositionedoverastructure.

Explanation. AC43Para27a1.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Theminimumpitchofhandsewnstitchis.

OptionA.
1/4inch.

OptionB.
equalto10timesthethreadthickness.

OptionC.
4inches.

CorrectAnsweris. 1/4inch.

Explanation. AC43Para27a2.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Handsewnstitchmustbelockedataminimumof.
OptionA.
theendofthestitchonly.

OptionB.
20stitchintervals.

OptionC.
10stitchintervals.

CorrectAnsweris. 10stitchintervals.

Explanation. AC43Para27a2.


QuestionNumber.
11.
Fabrictobehandsewnmustbedoubledunderattheedgetoaminimumdistanceof.
OptionA.
1/2inch.

OptionB.
3/8inch.

OptionC.
1/4inch.

CorrectAnsweris. 3/8inch.

Explanation. AC43Para27a2.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Holesarecutinfabricforinspectionpanels,sparfittings,draingrommetsetc.
OptionA.
afterdoping.
OptionB.
beforedoping.
OptionC.
beforeattachingthefabrictothestructure.
CorrectAnsweris. afterdoping.
Explanation. AC43Para29a.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Aircraftfabriclacingcordisreinforcedwith.

OptionA.
epoxy.
OptionB.
wax.
OptionC.
lanolin.

CorrectAnsweris. wax.
Explanation. AC43Para210d2.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Thedopeappliedtoanaircraft'sfabriccoveringcausesshrinkage.

OptionA.
onthelastcoatonly.
OptionB.
onthefirstcoatonly.
OptionC.
onallcoats.
CorrectAnsweris. onallcoats.

Explanation. AC43Para220.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Thetwopreferredtypesofdopeusedonaircraftfabriccoveringis.

OptionA.
celluloseandpolyester.

OptionB.
celluloseandbutyrate.

OptionC.
nitrateandbutyrate.
CorrectAnsweris. nitrateandbutyrate.
Explanation. AC43Para220.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Aircraftdope,duringstorageinadverseconditionsinastoreroom,willbecome.
OptionA.
acidic.
OptionB.
discoloured.
OptionC.
alkaline.

CorrectAnsweris. acidic.
Explanation. AC43Para220b.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Whattypeofdopeispreferredforuseonnaturalfiberaircraftcovering?.

OptionA.
Nitrate.

OptionB.
Anytypeofdopeissuitable.
OptionC.
Butyrate.

CorrectAnsweris. Nitrate.

Explanation. AC43Para220c.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Whichofthefollowingistrueregardingaircraftdopetype?.

OptionA.
Nitratedopemaybeappliedoverthetopofbutyratedope.
OptionB.
Butyratedopemaybeappliedoverthetopofnitratedope.

OptionC.
Eithertypeofdopemaybeappliedoverthetopofanytypeofdope.

CorrectAnsweris. Butyratedopemaybeappliedoverthetopofnitratedope.
Explanation. AC43Para220c.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Whattypeofshoesshouldbewornbythetechnicianapplyingadopefinishtoafabriccoveredaircraft?.

OptionA.
Rubbersoled.
OptionB.
Leathersoled.
OptionC.
Plasticuppers.
CorrectAnsweris. Leathersoled.
Explanation. AC43Para220ftable23.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Whatarethelimitsoftheenvironmentalconditionsforapplyingdopetoafabriccoveredaircraft?.

OptionA.
Relativehumidity5070%,temperaturerange40to60F.

OptionB.
Relativehumidity5075%,temperaturerange65to75F.

OptionC.
Relativehumidity2060%,temperaturerange65to75F.

CorrectAnsweris. Relativehumidity2060%,temperaturerange65to75F.

Explanation. AC43Para220ftable24.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Applyingdopetoafabriccoveredaircraftshouldbedoneby.

OptionA.
sprayingallcoatstoavoidbrushmarks.

OptionB.
sprayallcoatsexceptthefirstthree.
OptionC.
brushingallcoatstoensureitisabsorbedintothefabric.
CorrectAnsweris. sprayallcoatsexceptthefirstthree.
Explanation. AC43Para220ftable24.


QuestionNumber.
22.
Regardingthethinningofaircraftdope.

OptionA.
underthinningispreferredtooverthinning.
OptionB.
dopeshouldbethinnedwithautomotivethinners.
OptionC.
overthinningispreferredtounderthinning.
CorrectAnsweris. overthinningispreferredtounderthinning.
Explanation. AC43Para220ftable24and220cNOTE.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Aretarderisaddedtoaircraftdopeto.

OptionA.
toextendtheshelflife.

OptionB.
produceasmootherfinish.
OptionC.
toretardtheapplicationtime.
CorrectAnsweris. produceasmootherfinish.
Explanation. AC43Para220ftable24.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Dopedfabric.

OptionA.
isnottobetreatedafterapplication.
OptionB.
istreatedwithvarnish.

OptionC.
istreatedwithwaxcompound.

CorrectAnsweris. istreatedwithwaxcompound.

Explanation. AC43Para220ftable24.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Dopeshouldbeappliedtoanaircraft'sfabriccoatinginarelativehumiditynotexceeding.
OptionA.
50%.
OptionB.
85%.
OptionC.
65%.
CorrectAnsweris. 65%.

Explanation. AC43Para2216.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Dressingout'ofafabriccoveringrefersto.

OptionA.
thetrimmingofexcessfabricafterfitting.
OptionB.
applyingfinishingtapes,reinforcingpatches,inspectionportsetc.
OptionC.
layingthefabricoutonthefloorandcuttingittosizepriortofittingtotheaircraft.

CorrectAnsweris. applyingfinishingtapes,reinforcingpatches,inspectionportsetc.
Explanation. AC43Para221d.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Coatsofcleardopeareappliedtoanaircraft'sfabric.

OptionA.
beforecoatsofaluminiumpigmenteddopeareapplied.

OptionB.
beforeoraftercoatsofaluminiumpigmenteddopeareapplied,itdoesnotmatter.
OptionC.
aftercoatsofaluminiumpigmenteddopeareapplied.

CorrectAnsweris. beforeoraftercoatsofaluminiumpigmenteddopeareapplied,itdoesnotmatter.
Explanation. AC43Para221.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Whatisthereasonforusingaluminiumpigmenteddopeonafabriccoveredaircraft?.
OptionA.
Toprovideanaluminiumcolourtotheaircraft.

OptionB.
ToblockUVradiation.

OptionC.
Toprovidestrength.
CorrectAnsweris. ToblockUVradiation.

Explanation. AC43Para221.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Aircraftsheetplywoodskinsare.

OptionA.
sealedandvarnishedorpainted.

OptionB.
sealedanddoped.

OptionC.
coveredinfabric.

CorrectAnsweris. coveredinfabric.

Explanation. AC43Para222.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Blushing'ofadopedfabricsurfaceisanindicationof.
OptionA.
moistureenterringintothewood/fabricstructureduringservice.
OptionB.
moisturecondensingonthesurfaceduringdryingofthedope.

OptionC.
oilcontaminationofthedopedfabric.

CorrectAnsweris. moisturecondensingonthesurfaceduringdryingofthedope.
Explanation. AC43Para223.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Orangepeelingofadopedsurfacemaybecausedby.
OptionA.
dopeviscositytoolow.

OptionB.
dopeviscositytoohigh.

OptionC.
airtemperaturetoolow.

CorrectAnsweris. dopeviscositytoohigh.

Explanation. AC43Para223c.

QuestionNumber.
32.
Orangepeelingofadopedsurfacemaybecausedby.
OptionA.
Orangepeelingofadopedsurfacemaybecausedby.

OptionB.
airtemperaturetoolow.

OptionC.
spraygunpressuretoolow.
CorrectAnsweris. spraygunpressuretoolow.
Explanation. AC43Para223c.

QuestionNumber.
33.
Butyratedopeburns.

OptionA.
slowerthannitratedope.

OptionB.
fasterthannitratedope.

OptionC.
thesamerateasnitratedope.
CorrectAnsweris. slowerthannitratedope.

Explanation. AC43Para232.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Fabriccoatedwithnitratedopecanbedifferentiatedfromfabriccoatedinbutyratedopeby.

OptionA.
carryingoutaburntest.

OptionB.
smellingthefabric.
OptionC.
observingthecolour.
CorrectAnsweris. carryingoutaburntest.

Explanation. AC43Para232.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Ifthefabriconawood/fabricaircrafthaslostitsstrength.

OptionA.
thefabriccanbetreatedwitharejuvenator.
OptionB.
thefabriccanbetreatedwithadditionalcoatsoftheapprovedtypeofdope.

OptionC.
thefabricmustbereplaced.
CorrectAnsweris. thefabriccanbetreatedwithadditionalcoatsoftheapprovedtypeofdope.ORthefabricmustbereplaced.

Explanation. AC43Para235.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Whenrepairingasectionofaircraftfabricwithanewfabricpatch.

OptionA.
allthedopemustberemovedfromtheparentfabricfayingsurfacebeforethepatchisapplied.
OptionB.
thepatchcanbeappliedtotheparentfabricwithoutpreparation.
OptionC.
allthealuminiumpigmenteddopelayersmustberemovedfromtheparentfabricfayingsurfacebeforethepatchis
applied.

CorrectAnsweris. thepatchcanbeappliedtotheparentfabricwithoutpreparation.ORallthealuminiumpigmenteddopelayers
mustberemovedfromtheparentfabricfayingsurfacebeforethepatchisapplied.

Explanation. AC43Para242b.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Whendoesanaircraftfabriccoveringrepairbecomeamajorrepair?.

OptionA.
Whentherepairextendsoverawingrib.

OptionB.
Whentherepairextendsoverthreeadjacentwingribs.

OptionC.
Whentherepairextendsovertwoadjacentwingribs.

CorrectAnsweris. Whentherepairextendsoverthreeadjacentwingribs.ORWhentherepairextendsovertwoadjacentwingribs
Explanation. AC43Para242d.

QuestionNumber.
38.
Wheretheedgeofanewfabricsectionwillbelocatedwithin1inchofastructuralmembertowhichthe
fabricisattachedbyriblacingorothermethods,thenewfabricsectionshould.

OptionA.
beextended3inchespastthestructuralmember.

OptionB.
beextendedtomeetthestructuralmember.
OptionC.
bedesignatedamajorrepair.
CorrectAnsweris. beextended3inchespastthestructuralmember.

Explanation. AC43Para242f.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Whatwidthoffinishingtapeshouldbeusedonatearinafabriccoverwhichis10incheslong?.

OptionA.
2inches.

OptionB.
6inches.

OptionC.
4inches.

CorrectAnsweris. 4inches.

Explanation. AC43244a.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Whatwidthoffinishingtapeshouldbeusedonatearinafabriccoverwhichis20incheslong?.

OptionA.
6inches.

OptionB.
2inches.

OptionC.
4inches.

CorrectAnsweris. 6inches.

Explanation. AC43244c.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Linesofstitchingofafabricrepairislockedattheendwith.
OptionA.
ahitchknot.
OptionB.
ahalfhitchknot.

OptionC.
adoublehalfhitchknot.

CorrectAnsweris. adoublehalfhitchknot.

Explanation. AC43243Figure213.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Wrinklesinafabriccoveringofawood/fabricaircraftare.

OptionA.
notpermitted.
OptionB.
aminoraerodynamicdetriment.

OptionC.
permittedonlyiftheyaretemporaryduetodamp/wetweatherconditions.
CorrectAnsweris. permittedonlyiftheyaretemporaryduetodamp/wetweatherconditions.
Explanation. AC43230b(3)NOTE.

QuestionNumber.
43.
ThethreadsperinchofGrade'A'aircraftfabricis.

OptionA.
6064.
OptionB.
8084.
OptionC.
110115.

CorrectAnsweris. 8084.
Explanation. AC4326Table21.

QuestionNumber.
44.
Whenandhowisfinishingtapeappliedonfabriccoveredaircraft?.

OptionA.
Dopedonimmediatelypriortothefinishcoat.

OptionB.
Sewedorlacedonbeforedopeisapplied.
OptionC.
Dopedonafterthefirstorsecondcoatofdope.

CorrectAnsweris. Dopedonafterthefirstorsecondcoatofdope.

Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
45.
Thedeterminingfactorintheselectionofthecorrectweightoftextilefabrictobeusedincoveringany
typeofaircraftisthe.

OptionA.
maximumwingloading.

OptionB.
speedoftheaircraft.
OptionC.
speedoftheaircraftandthemaximumwingloading.

CorrectAnsweris. speedoftheaircraftandthemaximumwingloading.

Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
46.
HowmanyfabricthicknesseswillbefoundinaFrenchfellseam?.

OptionA.
Five.
OptionB.
Three.
OptionC.
Four.
CorrectAnsweris. Four.
Explanation. Theedgesofthefabricarefoldedovereachother,sothethreadsofadoublerowofstitchespassesthroughfour
thicknessesoffabric.

QuestionNumber.
47.
Finishingtape(surfacetape)isusedforwhatpurpose?.

OptionA.
Toprevent'rippleformation'incoveringfabric.

OptionB.
Toprovideadditionalwearresistanceovertheedgesoffabricformingstructures.
OptionC.
Toprovideadditionalantitearresistanceunderreinforcementtape.

CorrectAnsweris. Toprovideadditionalwearresistanceovertheedgesoffabricformingstructures.
Explanation. AC43.

QuestionNumber.
48.
Moisture,mildew,chemicalsandacidshavenoeffecton.

OptionA.
glassfabric.
OptionB.
linenfabric.
OptionC.
Dacronfabric.
CorrectAnsweris. Dacronfabric.
Explanation. AC43page235paragraph(1).
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QuestionNumber.
49.
Thestrengthclassificationoffabricusedinaircraftcoveringisbasedupon.

OptionA.
bearingstrength.

OptionB.
shearstrength.
OptionC.
tensilestrength.

CorrectAnsweris. tensilestrength.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
50.
Fabricrejuvenator.

OptionA.
penetratesthefabricandrestoresfungicidalresistance.

OptionB.
restoresfabricstrengthandtautnesstoatleasttheminimumacceptablelevel.

OptionC.
restorestheconditionofthedopecoatings.
CorrectAnsweris. restoresfabricstrengthandtautnesstoatleasttheminimumacceptablelevel.ORrestorestheconditionofthe
dopecoatings.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
51.
WhentestingthestrengthofGradeAcottonfabriccoveringanaircraftthatrequiresonlyintermediate

grade,theminimumacceptablestrengththefabricmusthaveis.

OptionA.
56poundsperinchwarpandweft.
OptionB.
70%ofitsoriginalstrength.
OptionC.
70%oftheoriginalstrengthforintermediatefabric.
CorrectAnsweris. 70%oftheoriginalstrengthforintermediatefabric.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
52.
Whatisusedtoslowthedryingtimeofsomedopefinishestopreventblush?.
OptionA.
Rejuvenator.
OptionB.
Reducer.

OptionC.
Retarder.

CorrectAnsweris. Retarder.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
53.
Aluminiumpigmentindopeisusedprimarilyto.

OptionA.
excludesunlightfromthefabric.

OptionB.
provideasilvercolour.

OptionC.
aidinsealingoutmoisturefromthefabric.
CorrectAnsweris. excludesunlightfromthefabric.

Explanation. NIL.

04a.Corrosion.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Fromthefollowinglistofmetals,whichismostcathodic?.

OptionA.
Nickel.
OptionB.
Magnesium.
OptionC.
Stainlesssteel.

CorrectAnsweris. Stainlesssteel.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Intergrannularcorrosioniscausedby.

OptionA.
improperlyassembledcomponents.
OptionB.
improperheattreatment.

OptionC.
dissimilarmetalcontact.

CorrectAnsweris. improperheattreatment.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Corrosioncausedbyelectrolyticactionistheresultof.
OptionA.
contactbetweentwounlikemetals.
OptionB.
excessiveanodization.
OptionC.
thewrongquenchingagent.
CorrectAnsweris. contactbetweentwounlikemetals.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Corrosionmayberegardedasthedestructionofmetalby.
OptionA.
electrochemicalaction.

OptionB.
hydroelectricaction.
OptionC.
electromechanicalaction.

CorrectAnsweris. electrochemicalaction.

Explanation. Corrosioniselectrochemicqalaction.BL/412.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Exfoliationcorrosionissometimesreferredtoas.

OptionA.
layercorrosion.

OptionB.
filiformcorrosion.

OptionC.
subsurfacecorrosion.
CorrectAnsweris. layercorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Whendissimilarmetalsarebroughttogether,orthesamemetalindifferentstates,onemetalformsthe
anodeandtheotherthecathode.Whichwillsufferfromcorrosion?.

OptionA.
Bothwillcorrodeequally.

OptionB.
Thecathode.
OptionC.
Theanode.

CorrectAnsweris. Theanode.

Explanation. Theanodealwayscorrodes.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Incorrosion,theelectrodethatloseselectronsis.

OptionA.
thecathode.
OptionB.
eitherthecathodeortheanodedependingupontheelectrolyte.

OptionC.
theanode.

CorrectAnsweris. eitherthecathodeortheanodedependingupontheelectrolyte.

Explanation. Theanodeloseselectrons.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Whichoftheseisacommoncauseofcorrosion?.

OptionA.
Waterinfuel.
OptionB.
Spilledbatteryacid.
OptionC.
Untreatedmetal.

CorrectAnsweris. Spilledbatteryacid.
Explanation. Spilledbatteryacidissuretocausecorrosion.


QuestionNumber.
9.
Whatisstresscorrosion?.

OptionA.
Corrosioninanareaundercyclicloading.
OptionB.
Corrosionduetofretting.

OptionC.
Corrosioninanareaundercontinuousloading.

CorrectAnsweris. Corrosioninanareaundercontinuousloading.

Explanation. Stresscorrosioniscausedbyastressedareabeinganodictoanonstressedarea.Donotconfusewithcorrosionfatigue.
BL/413.1.6.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Electrochemicalreactioniscausedbythecontactof.

OptionA.
bonding.

OptionB.
moistureonthesurfaceofthemetal.
OptionC.
dissimilarmetals.

CorrectAnsweris. moistureonthesurfaceofthemetal.
Explanation. Dissimilarmetalscausesgalvaniccorrosion,butpuremetalincontactwithwatercauseselectrochemicalcorrosion.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Chemicalattackisadirectresultof.

OptionA.
intergranularcorrosion.

OptionB.
cathodic&anodicchangesinthematerial.
OptionC.
filiformcorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. cathodic&anodicchangesinthematerial.
Explanation. A&PMechanicsGeneralHandbookPage171.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Galvaniccorrosioniscausedby.

OptionA.
incorrectheattreatmentsorincorrectalloying.

OptionB.
cyclicstressingandadecreaseincrosssectionalarea.

OptionC.
thejoiningof2dissimilarmetals.

CorrectAnsweris. thejoiningof2dissimilarmetals.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Inthegalvanicseries,themostnoblemetalwill,ifjoinedtoanothermetal.
OptionA.
alwaysbeatthetopofthetable.

OptionB.
corrodebeforethelessnoblemetal.
OptionC.
allowthelessnoblemetaltocorrodefirst.
CorrectAnsweris. allowthelessnoblemetaltocorrodefirst.
Explanation. NIL. http://www.mcnallyinstitute.com/Charts/galvanicseries.html

QuestionNumber.
14.
Stresscorrosionisassociatedwith.

OptionA.
cyclicloadingandacorrosionpit.
OptionB.
acorrosionpitinamemberunderacompressiveload.

OptionC.
acorrosionpitinamemberunderstress.

CorrectAnsweris. acorrosionpitinamemberunderstress.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Corrosionwillspreadmorerapidlywhenmetalsareexposedto.

OptionA.
coldclimates.
OptionB.
hightemperatures.

OptionC.
dryclimates.
CorrectAnsweris. hightemperatures.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Whichisthefollowingcorrectstatement?.

OptionA.
Seleniousacidisusedforthereprotectionofaluminiumalloys.

OptionB.
Thechemicaltestforbronzeisnitricacidwhichproducesawhiteprecipitate.

OptionC.
Allcorrosionisachemicalaction.
CorrectAnsweris. Thechemicaltestforbronzeisnitricacidwhichproducesawhiteprecipitate.ORAllcorrosionisachemical
action.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Inapoorlyproducedrepairtoskinstructure,wherewouldstresscorrosionstart?.

OptionA.
Radiatefromthecornerorsharpedges.

OptionB.
Alongtheedgesofrepair.

OptionC.
Forminternallytoproducesurfacecorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. Radiatefromthecornerorsharpedges.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Somemetalsareinherentlystable.Whatdoesthissuggest?.

OptionA.
Theystronglyresistcorrosion.

OptionB.
Theyarehighlypronetocorrosion.
OptionC.
Theytrytoreverttotheirnaturalstate.

CorrectAnsweris. Theystronglyresistcorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Theoxidefilmformedonthesurfaceofaluminiumis.

OptionA.
nonporous.
OptionB.
porous.
OptionC.
hardandporous.

CorrectAnsweris. nonporous.
Explanation. Thatiswhyaluminiumdoesnotcorrode.


QuestionNumber.
20.
Corrosioncontrolbeginsatthe.

OptionA.
productionstage.

OptionB.
manufacturingstage.
OptionC.
designstage.
CorrectAnsweris. designstage.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Aluminiumis.

OptionA.
notresistanttocorrosion.

OptionB.
highlyresistanttocorrosion.
OptionC.
reasonablyresistanttocorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. highlyresistanttocorrosion.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Whengalvaniccorrosiontakesplace,whichpartcorrodes?.
OptionA.
Anode.
OptionB.
Oxidefilmcoating.
OptionC.
Cathode.

CorrectAnsweris. Anode.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Corrosioncausedbygalvanicactionistheresultof.

OptionA.
contactbetweentwounlikemetals.
OptionB.
excessiveanodization.
OptionC.
excessiveetching.

CorrectAnsweris. contactbetweentwounlikemetals.

Explanation. NIL.

04b.Corrosion.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whatsortofcorrosionwouldamagnetobelikelytoencounterifcompletelyenclosed?.
OptionA.
None,providingthemagnetoiscompletelyenclosed.

OptionB.
Directchemicalattack.

OptionC.
Pitting.
CorrectAnsweris. Directchemicalattack.

Explanation. BL/413.1.8.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whatarethesignsoffrettingcorrosion?.

OptionA.
Blackpowderorcocoastaining.

OptionB.
Intergranularcracking.

OptionC.
Flaking.

CorrectAnsweris. Blackpowderorcocoastaining.

Explanation. CAIPBL/41para3.1.5.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Blackstreaksbackfromarivetholesignify.

OptionA.
galvaniccorrosion.
OptionB.
intergrannularcorrosion.

OptionC.
fretting.

CorrectAnsweris. fretting.

Explanation. Frettingcorrosionisidentifiedbyblack/greystreaks.BL/413.1.5.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whenasteelpartiswelded,corrosionoccursbecause.

OptionA.
itisaffectedbyspatter.

OptionB.
thestriphasbecomeanodic.
OptionC.
painthasbeenremoved.

CorrectAnsweris. thestriphasbecomeanodic.
Explanation. BL/413.1.4.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Intergranularcorrosion.

OptionA.
canberecognizedbyagreypowderdeposit.
OptionB.
mayhavenovisualsurfaceindication.

OptionC.
canberecognizedbyitsflakingandliftingofthemateriallayers.
CorrectAnsweris. mayhavenovisualsurfaceindication.

Explanation. BL/412.3.2.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Activefluxdoeswhat?.

OptionA.
Protects.

OptionB.
Cleans.
OptionC.
Bothcleansandprotects.

CorrectAnsweris. Cleans.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Jointingcompoundisusedforwhatreason?.

OptionA.
Topreventdissimilarmetalcorrosion.

OptionB.
Tobondthecomponentstogether.
OptionC.
Tomakethecomponentseasiertodisassemble.

CorrectAnsweris. Topreventdissimilarmetalcorrosion.

Explanation. Jointingcompoundisusedtopreventdissimilarmetalcontact.


QuestionNumber.
8.
Galvanicactioncausedbydissimilarmetalcontactmaybestbepreventedby.

OptionA.
applyinganonporousdielectricmaterialbetweenthesurfaces.

OptionB.
Specialprecautionsarenotrequirediftheyareproperlybonded.
OptionC.
primingboththesurfaceswithalightcoatofzincchromateprimer.

CorrectAnsweris. Specialprecautionsarenotrequirediftheyareproperlybonded.ORapplyinganonporousdielectricmaterial
betweenthesurfaces.
Explanation. Jointingcompoundisanonporousdielectric.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Afterwelding,stainlesssteelissusceptibletoacorrosionknownas.

OptionA.
welddeterioration.
OptionB.
welddecay.
OptionC.
weldrot.

CorrectAnsweris. welddecay.
Explanation. Corrosionafterweldingiscalled'welddecay'.BL/6164.5.1&BL/41.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Theliftingorflakingofthemetalatthesurfaceduetodelaminationofgrainboundariescausedbythe
pressureofcorrosionis.

OptionA.
exfoliation.
OptionB.
electrolysis.
OptionC.
transgranulation.

CorrectAnsweris. electrolysis.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Theelectrolyticprocessthatformsanoxidefilmonthesurfaceofaluminiumalloysisknownas.

OptionA.
galvanizing.
OptionB.
anodizing.

OptionC.
electroplating.
CorrectAnsweris. anodizing.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Whatistheindicationoffrettingcorrosiononaluminiumalloy?.

OptionA.
Blackpowder.
OptionB.
Brownpowder.

OptionC.
Whitepowder.
CorrectAnsweris. Blackpowder.
Explanation. Frettingcorrosionisidentifiedbyablack/greypowderstreak.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Whatactionistakentoprotectintegraltanksfromcorrosionduetomicrobiologicalgrowth?.
OptionA.
Theinsideofthetankiscoatedwithyellowchromate.

OptionB.
Rubberlinersareinstalledinthetank.

OptionC.
Abiocidaladditiveisusedinthefuel.

CorrectAnsweris. Abiocidaladditiveisusedinthefuel.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Whattypeofcorrosionattacksgrainboundariesofaluminiumalloyswhichareimproperlyor
inadequatelyheattreated?.

OptionA.
Stresscorrosion.

OptionB.
Intergranularcorrosion.

OptionC.
Surfacecorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. Intergranularcorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Theartificialproductionofafilmofoxideonthesurfaceofaluminiumoranyofitsalloysiscommonly
called.

OptionA.
alodizing.

OptionB.
parcolubrizing.

OptionC.
anodizing.

CorrectAnsweris. anodizing.

Explanation. Anodizingisanartificiallyproducedlayerofoxideonthesurfaceofaluminium(ortitanium).

QuestionNumber.
16.
Intergrannularcorrosioninstructuralaluminiumalloyparts.

OptionA.
arenotlikelytooccurinpartsfabricatedfromheattreatedsheetaluminium.

OptionB.
maybedetectedbythewhite,powderydepositformedonthesurfaceofthemetal.

OptionC.
cannotalwaysbedetectedbysurfaceindications.
CorrectAnsweris. maybedetectedbythewhite,powderydepositformedonthesurfaceofthemetal.ORcannotalwaysbe
detectedbysurfaceindications.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Corrosionwillspreadmorerapidlywhenmetalsareexposedto.

OptionA.
dryclimates.
OptionB.
coldclimates.
OptionC.
hightemperatures.

CorrectAnsweris. hightemperatures.

Explanation. Highertemperaturesalwaysacceleratecorrosion.AC4363.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Magnesiumalloycomponentsareprotectedby.

OptionA.
anelectroprocess.

OptionB.
achemicalprocess.
OptionC.
apaintedprocess.

CorrectAnsweris. achemicalprocess.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Corrosionproductsshouldberemovedfrommagnesiumalloysbytheuseof.

OptionA.
asolutionof10%byweightofchromicacidindistilledwaterwith0.1%byvolumeofsulphuricacid.
OptionB.
asolutionof10%byvolumeofchromicacidindistilledwaterwith1%phosphoricacid.
OptionC.
aluminiumwool.

CorrectAnsweris. asolutionof10%byvolumeofchromicacidindistilledwaterwith1%phosphoricacid.ORasolutionof10%
byweightofchromicacidindistilledwaterwith0.1%byvolumeofsulphuricacid.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Ifitisnecessarytoremovecorrosionfromasteelcomponentinsitu,thebaseofasuitablesolutionfor
thispurposeis.

OptionA.
chromicacid.
OptionB.
phosphoricacid.

OptionC.
nitricacid.

CorrectAnsweris. phosphoricacid.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Atypeofprotectionwhichisapplicabletomagnesiumalloysisthe.

OptionA.
phosphateprocess.
OptionB.
chromatingprocess.
OptionC.
coslettisingprocess.
CorrectAnsweris. chromatingprocess.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Heavycorrosiondepositsoncladaluminiumalloysshouldberemoved.
OptionA.
mechanicallyusingapneumaticvibrator.
OptionB.
chemicallybyuseoftrichloroethylene.

OptionC.
chemicallybyuseofphosphoricacid.

CorrectAnsweris. chemicallybyuseofphosphoricacid.

Explanation. BL/422.4.3(ii).

QuestionNumber.
23.
Whatactionshouldbetakenonfindingintergrannularcorrosion?.
OptionA.
Replacecompletecomponentpart.
OptionB.
Decorrodeandreprotect.

OptionC.
Renewcorrodedareabypatching.
CorrectAnsweris. Replacecompletecomponentpart.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Anodictreatmentofaluminiumalloygives.

OptionA.
apurplefinish.

OptionB.
ashorterlifeduetohardening.

OptionC.
apurecoatingofaluminiumoxideonthesurface.
CorrectAnsweris. apurecoatingofaluminiumoxideonthesurface.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Corrosionatthegrainboundariesiscalled.

OptionA.
intergrannular.
OptionB.
fretting.

OptionC.
filiform.

CorrectAnsweris. intergrannular.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Frettingcorrosionoccurswhere.

OptionA.
twomaterialaresubjecttoveryslightmovementbetweenthetwo.
OptionB.
adeepscratchincreasestobecomefrettingcorrosion.

OptionC.
pittingcorrosionisallowedtobecomemorepronounced.
CorrectAnsweris. twomaterialaresubjecttoveryslightmovementbetweenthetwo.
Explanation. Frettingiscorrosioncombinedwithsmallrelativemovement.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Whatisusedtoremovecorrosionfrommagnesium?.

OptionA.
Phosphateacidsolution.

OptionB.
Chromicacidsolution.

OptionC.
Sulphuricacidsolution.

CorrectAnsweris. Chromicacidsolution.

Explanation. Chromicacidsolutionisusedtoremovecorrosionfrommagnesiumalloys.AC43631.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Surfacecorrosiononstainlesssteelisidentifiedby.

OptionA.
redrust.

OptionB.
whitefilm.

OptionC.
blackpitting.
CorrectAnsweris. blackpitting.
Explanation. Surfacecorrosiononstainlesssteelisablackpitting.AC4365.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Hooks,wiresandothersuspensiondevicesusedinananodicbathshouldbemadeof.
OptionA.
brassorcopper.

OptionB.
aluminiumortitanium.

OptionC.
steelorcopper.

CorrectAnsweris. aluminiumortitanium.

Explanation. CAIPsBL/71Para.4.BL/714.1.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Whatarethesignsoffrettingcorrosiononsteel?.

OptionA.
Darkstainingaroundarea.
OptionB.
Surfacecrackingascorrosionbreaksthroughtosurfaceofcomponent.

OptionC.
Rustonsurface.

CorrectAnsweris. Surfacecrackingascorrosionbreaksthroughtosurfaceofcomponent.ORDarkstainingaroundarea.
Explanation. Frettingcorrosioniscausedwhenthereissomerelativemovementbetweenparts,causingafinedarkpowderypasteof
corrosionproducts.BL/41Para.3.1.5.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Spilledmercuryonaluminium.

OptionA.
increasessusceptibilitytohydrogenembrittlement
OptionB.
maycauseimpairedcorrosionresistanceifleftinprolongedcontact.

OptionC.
causesrapidandseverecorrosioninprolongedcontact.

CorrectAnsweris. maycauseimpairedcorrosionresistanceifleftinprolongedcontact.ORcausesrapidandseverecorrosionin
prolongedcontact.

Explanation. BL/410Para.2.

QuestionNumber.
32.
Intercrystallinecorrosion.

OptionA.
isdetectablebyxrays.

OptionB.
isthesameasexfoliationcorrosion.
OptionC.
alwaysappearsassmallsurfacecracks.

CorrectAnsweris. isdetectablebyxrays.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
33.
TheusualmanufacturersanticorrosionprocesstobeappliedtoFeaircraftpartsis.
OptionA.
cadmiumplating.

OptionB.
anodising.

OptionC.
metalspraying.

CorrectAnsweris. cadmiumplating.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Chromatetreatmentisappliedto.

OptionA.
Alalloys.

OptionB.
Fealloys.

OptionC.
magnesiumalloys.

CorrectAnsweris. magnesiumalloys.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
35.
AnticorrosiontreatmentusedonMagnesiumis.

OptionA.
chromating.
OptionB.
electroplating.

OptionC.
phosphating.
CorrectAnsweris. chromating.
Explanation. BL/433.1.3.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Frettingcorrosionoccurswith.

OptionA.
watertrappedbetweenmovingparts.
OptionB.
vibrationinboltedparts.

OptionC.
improperheattreatment.

CorrectAnsweris. vibrationinboltedparts.

Explanation. BL/413.1.5.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Intergranularcorrosionisalsoknownaswhat?.

OptionA.
Stresscorrosion.

OptionB.
Exfoliation.
OptionC.
Galvanic.

CorrectAnsweris. Exfoliation.
Explanation. BL/412.3.3'[exfoliationis]Alessharmfulformofintergranularattack'.

QuestionNumber.
38.
Duringconstruction,sharpinternalcornersandinaccessibleplacesshouldbeavoidedtoreduce.
OptionA.
filiformcorrosion.

OptionB.
frettingcorrosion.

OptionC.
crevicecorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. crevicecorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Tochecktheinterioroftubularmembersforcorrosionattack.

OptionA.
anyformoftestisacceptable.
OptionB.
ultrasonictestingisnecessary.

OptionC.
dyepenetranttestingshouldbeused.
CorrectAnsweris. ultrasonictestingisnecessary.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Anodisingisaformof.

OptionA.
artificialprotection.
OptionB.
metalliccoating.

OptionC.
sacrificialprotection.

CorrectAnsweris. artificialprotection.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
41.
TheAlocrom1200processwasdesignedtotreat.

OptionA.
chromiumplating.

OptionB.
smallsurfaces.
OptionC.
surfacestoolargefordiptreatment.
CorrectAnsweris. smallsurfaces.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Theartificialproductionofafilmofoxideonthesurfaceofaluminiumoranyofitsalloysiscommonly
called.

OptionA.
anodizing.

OptionB.
parcolubrizing.

OptionC.
alodizing.

CorrectAnsweris. anodizing.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
43.
Alodizingprotectsalloymetalfromcorrosionanddoeswhatelse?.

OptionA.
Makesagoodsurfaceforpainttoadhereto.
OptionB.
Makesthesurfacealkaline.
OptionC.
Sealsthesurfacefrommoisture.

CorrectAnsweris. Makesagoodsurfaceforpainttoadhereto.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
44.
Whencleaningaircraftfayingsurfaces,acauseforconcernis.

OptionA.
corrosionactingontheendfacesofpanels.
OptionB.
sharpcornersetctrappingcorrosivechemicals.

OptionC.
leaksintothefuselage.

CorrectAnsweris. corrosionactingontheendfacesofpanels.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
45.
Theformofcorrosionmostlikelytocausestressconcentrationis.

OptionA.
SurfaceCorrosion.
OptionB.
FrettingCorrosion.
OptionC.
PittingCorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. PittingCorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
46.
Leadacidbatteryfluidhasbeenfoundtobeleakingonthesurfaceoftheaircraftstructure.What
substancewouldyouusetoneutralisetheacid?.

OptionA.
SulphurandLime.

OptionB.
Hotdistilledwater.
OptionC.
Sodiumbicarbonateofsoda.
CorrectAnsweris. Sodiumbicarbonateofsoda.
Explanation. CAIPBL/41para4.1.3.

QuestionNumber.
47.
Whatcolouristhecorrosionfoundonthesurfaceofaluminiumalloys?.

OptionA.
White/Grey.
OptionB.
Green/Blue.
OptionC.
Black.
CorrectAnsweris. White/Grey.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
48.
Corrosiononcopperisidentifiedby.

OptionA.
red/brownrust.

OptionB.
blackpowder.
OptionC.
greendiscolouration.
CorrectAnsweris. greendiscolouration.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
49.
Acompositeflappanelhascorrosion.WhatNDTmethodwillyouusetodetect?.

OptionA.
Lowvoltagexray.
OptionB.
Cointaptest.
OptionC.
Highvoltagexray.
CorrectAnsweris. Lowvoltagexray.
Explanation. Leaflet69Appendix1Paragraph4.

QuestionNumber.
50.
Whenexaminingapieceofmetalthroughamagnifyingglass,hairlinecrackswouldindicate.
OptionA.
crevicecorrosion.

OptionB.
intergrannularcorrosion.

OptionC.
surfacecorrosion.

CorrectAnsweris. intergrannularcorrosion.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
51.
Intheanodicfilminspectionandsealingtest,ifagoodsealhasbeenaccomplished.
OptionA.
thedyemarkwillnotruboff.
OptionB.
thedyemarkhasnoimportance.

OptionC.
thedyemarkwillruboff.

CorrectAnsweris. thedyemarkwillnotruboff.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
52.
Aluminiumalloypartsareoftenprotectedbythe.

OptionA.
Alocromplating.

OptionB.
chromiumplatingprocess.
OptionC.
Alocrom1200process.

CorrectAnsweris. Alocrom1200process.

Explanation. NIL. http://www.amberelect.co.uk/page12.htm

QuestionNumber.
53.
Corrosionisalwayscompletelyremoved.

OptionA.
topreventfurtherdamage.
OptionB.
tofitnewparts.

OptionC.
topermittheextentofdamagetobeassessed.

CorrectAnsweris. topermittheextentofdamagetobeassessed.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
54.
Corrosiononacopperalloycanberecognisedby.

OptionA.
blue/greendeposit.
OptionB.
whitedeposit.
OptionC.
greydeposit.
CorrectAnsweris. blue/greendeposit.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
55.
Whichofthefollowingisatemporaryprotectivemeasure?.
OptionA.
Sacrificialprotection.

OptionB.
Chromating.
OptionC.
Paintfinish.
CorrectAnsweris. Chromating.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
56.
Whichanticorrosionchemicaltreatmentisnormallyappliedtoaluminiumalloys?.

OptionA.
Purealuminium.

OptionB.
Anodising.

OptionC.
Cadmium.

CorrectAnsweris. Anodising.

Explanation. Alcladisnotconsideredachemicaltreatment.

QuestionNumber.
57.
Spilledmercuryonaluminiumcauses.

OptionA.
greyishpowder,fuzzydepositorwhiskerygrowth.
OptionB.
yellowishstainsonsurfaceofthemetal.

OptionC.
blackpitsgoingintobrownrust.

CorrectAnsweris. greyishpowder,fuzzydepositorwhiskerygrowth.
Explanation. BL/4102.3(i).

QuestionNumber.
58.
Anonelectrolyticchemicaltreatmentforaluminiumalloystoincreasecorrosionresistanceandpaint
bondingqualitiesiscalled.

OptionA.
alodizing.

OptionB.
anodizing.

OptionC.
dichromating.
CorrectAnsweris. alodizing.

Explanation. Alodizingisa(nonelectrolytic)depositionofoxidefilm.


QuestionNumber.
59.
Whichofthefollowingareacceptabletouseincleaninganodizedsurfaces?.
OptionA.
Steelwool,aluminiumwool,fibrebristlebrush.

OptionB.
Aluminiumwool,fibrebristlebrush.
OptionC.
Brasswirebrush,stainlesssteelwirebrush.
CorrectAnsweris. Aluminiumwool,fibrebristlebrush.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
60.
Aprimarycauseofintergranularcorrosionis.

OptionA.
improperheattreatment.

OptionB.
improperapplicationofprimer.

OptionC.
dissimilarmetalcontact.

CorrectAnsweris. improperheattreatment.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
61.
Whichofthesematerialsisthemostanodic?.

OptionA.
Magnesium.
OptionB.
Cadmium.

OptionC.
7075T6aluminiumalloy.
CorrectAnsweris. Magnesium.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
62.
Whichofthesematerialsisthemostcathodic?.

OptionA.
2024aluminiumalloy.

OptionB.
Zinc.
OptionC.
Stainlesssteel.
CorrectAnsweris. Stainlesssteel.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
63.
Galvaniccorrosionismostlikelytobemostrapidandseverewhen.

OptionA.
thesurfaceareaoftheanodicmetalissmallerthanthesurfaceareaofthecathodicmaterial.

OptionB.
thesurfaceareaofthecathodicmetalandtheanodicmaterialareapproximatelythesame.

OptionC.
thesurfaceareaofthecathodicmetalissmallerthanthesurfaceareaoftheanodicmaterial.

CorrectAnsweris. thesurfaceareaofthecathodicmetalandtheanodicmaterialareapproximatelythesame.ORthesurfacearea
oftheanodicmetalissmallerthanthesurfaceareaofthecathodicmaterial.

Explanation. NIL.

05.1.FastenersScrewThreads.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Thepitchofascrewthreadis.

OptionA.
cresttoroot.
OptionB.
2*cresttoroot.

OptionC.
cresttocrest.
CorrectAnsweris. cresttoroot.
Explanation. Pitchiscresttocrest.BL/323.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Asinglestartthreadtheleadis.

OptionA.
2*pitch.

OptionB.
1*pitch.

OptionC.
*pitch.

CorrectAnsweris. 1*pitch.

Explanation. Lead=pitch*starts.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Awirethreadinserttapis.

OptionA.
suppliedinafittingkit.

OptionB.
slightlylargerthanthehole.
OptionC.
slightlysmallerthanthehole.
CorrectAnsweris. suppliedinafittingkit.

Explanation. BL/232.2.2.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Multistartthreads.

OptionA.
increasetheleadanddecreasethepitch.

OptionB.
increasetheleadwithoutincreasingthepitch.

OptionC.
increasetheleadandthepitch.

CorrectAnsweris. increasetheleadwithoutincreasingthepitch.

Explanation. Lead=pitch*starts.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Buttressthreadsareused.

OptionA.
totransmitpowerinbothdirections.
OptionB.
totransmitpowerononedirection.
OptionC.
onnutsandbolts.

CorrectAnsweris. totransmitpowerononedirection.
Explanation. Buttressthreadsareusedtotransmitpowerinonedirection(likesomeviceleadscrews).

QuestionNumber.
6.
Theleadonasinglestartthreadis.

OptionA.
1*thepitch.
OptionB.
2*thepitch.
OptionC.
1/2thepitch.
CorrectAnsweris. 1*thepitch.
Explanation. Lead=pitch*starts.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Colouridentificationofanaluminiumrivetis.
OptionA.
black.
OptionB.
violet.
OptionC.
green.
CorrectAnsweris. black.
Explanation. Apurealuminiumrivetisblackanodized.BL/627Table1.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Forawireinsertthreadrepair,theholeistappedusing.
OptionA.
thesamesize.
OptionB.
aspecialtapsuppliedwiththekit.
OptionC.
thenextsizeup.

CorrectAnsweris. aspecialtapsuppliedwiththekit.
Explanation. BL/6223.2.2.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Mostcommonlyusedthreadforminaviationis.
OptionA.
Vthread.

OptionB.
roundthread.
OptionC.
buttress.

CorrectAnsweris. Vthread.

Explanation. Vthreadisthemostcommonlyusedthreadform.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Pitchofascrewthreadisdefinedas.

OptionA.
distancefromthecentreofonecresttothenext.

OptionB.
differencebetweenmajordiameterandminordiameter.

OptionC.
distancebetweenthecrestandtherootofthethread.

CorrectAnsweris. distancefromthecentreofonecresttothenext.
Explanation. Pitchiscresttocrest.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Theangleofascrewthreadis.
OptionA.
halftheinclusiveangleofthethreadsides.
OptionB.
theinclusiveangleofthethreadsides.

OptionC.
thedistancethethreadmovesinoneturn.
CorrectAnsweris. theinclusiveangleofthethreadsides.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Thetangofathreadinsert.

OptionA.
mayleftitintheinsertafterinstallation.

OptionB.
isremovedwithahammerandapunch.

OptionC.
mustberemoved.

CorrectAnsweris. mayleftitintheinsertafterinstallation.

Explanation. CAP562Leaflet2103.2.5.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Athreadinsertmayberemovedby.
OptionA.
abladeremovaltool.
OptionB.
ahammerandpunch.
OptionC.
aprewindinsertiontool.

CorrectAnsweris. abladeremovaltool.
Explanation. CAAIPsleaflet210,page4,paragraph3.3.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Ametricscrewthreadangleis.
OptionA.
7.

OptionB.
57.
OptionC.
60.
CorrectAnsweris. 60.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Whichthreadtypehasthebettervibrationresistance?.

OptionA.
Afinethread.
OptionB.
Acoursethread.

OptionC.
Coursenessorfinenessofthreadhasnobearingonthevibrationresistance.

CorrectAnsweris. Afinethread.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Whichofthefollowingthreaddesignationsismostfatigueresistant?.
OptionA.
UNF.
OptionB.
UNC.
OptionC.
UNJF.
CorrectAnsweris. UNJF.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Whichthreadtypehasa55angle?.

OptionA.
Metric.
OptionB.
Whitworth.
OptionC.
UNF.
CorrectAnsweris. Whitworth.
Explanation. NIL.

05.2.FastenersBolts,studsandscrews.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whenfittingahyloks.

OptionA.
theyshouldbelubricated.

OptionB.
eachhylockshouldbetorqued,thetorquecalculatedforeachtime.
OptionC.
theholeshouldbedrilledsoitisaninterferencefit.
CorrectAnsweris. eachhylockshouldbetorqued,thetorquecalculatedforeachtime.ORtheholeshouldbedrilledsoitisan
interferencefit.

Explanation. Hiloksareprelubricated.Holeisdrilled0.0015inchinterference.Hilok/Hitiqueinstallationguidecanbedownload
fromTutorialSupportSection.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whatsortofsurfacetreatmentwouldyoufindonamagnesiumcasting?.

OptionA.
Anodizing.

OptionB.
Phosphating.
OptionC.
Chromating.
CorrectAnsweris. Chromating.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
WhatisthenominallengthofaUNFbolt?.

OptionA.
Underheadtoendofthethreads.

OptionB.
Underheadtoscrewthreads(i.e.plainshank).

OptionC.
Thelengthofthethreads.

CorrectAnsweris. Underheadtoscrewthreads(i.e.plainshank).

Explanation. Nominallengthfromheadtothread.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whereshouldyounotuseanylocnut?.

OptionA.
Temperaturesabove120C.

OptionB.
Temperaturesabove200C.
OptionC.
Temperaturesabove250C.
CorrectAnsweris. Temperaturesabove120C.
Explanation. 120Cor250F.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Whatisthenominalscrewlength?.

OptionA.
Theoveralllengthofacountersunkscrewandthenonthreadedportionofabolt.
OptionB.
Theoveralllengthofabolt(fromunderthehead)andtheoveralllengthofascrew(includingthehead).
OptionC.
Thelengthofthreadforabolt,overalllengthforacountersunkscrew.

CorrectAnsweris. Theoveralllengthofacountersunkscrewandthenonthreadedportionofabolt.
Explanation. BL/23.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Aunifiedthreadisidentifiedby.

OptionA.
an'X'onthehead.

OptionB.
araiseringonthehead.

OptionC.
2or3ringsonthehead.

CorrectAnsweris. 2or3ringsonthehead.

Explanation. Contiguousrings.

QuestionNumber.
7.
AnANsteelboltisidentifiedbywhatmarkingonthehead?.

OptionA.
Adash.

OptionB.
14E.
OptionC.
An'x'.
CorrectAnsweris. An'x'.
Explanation. AnANsteelboltisidentifiedwithan'x'.BL/27Fig1.

QuestionNumber.
8.
ABritishclosetoleranceboltisidentifiedby.

OptionA.
araisedringonthehead.

OptionB.
an'X'onthehead.

OptionC.
adroppedcollarunderthehead.

CorrectAnsweris. araisedringonthehead.

Explanation. ABritishclosetoleranceboltisidentifiedwitharaisedringonthehead.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Ablindfastenerdescribedasexternalsleeveandinternallythreadedwouldbe.
OptionA.
acherrylock.
OptionB.
arivnut.

OptionC.
ajobolt.

CorrectAnsweris. ajobolt.

Explanation. Ajoboltisexternallysleevedandinternallythreaded.BL/628.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Studswhichhaveasizelargerthreadatoneendarecalled.

OptionA.
steppedstuds.
OptionB.
shoulderedstuds.

OptionC.
plainstuds.
CorrectAnsweris. steppedstuds.
Explanation. Steppedstudshaveasizelargeratoneend.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Aboltwitharaiseddashis.

OptionA.
ANstandard.
OptionB.
closetolerance.

OptionC.
CorrosionResistantSteel.

CorrectAnsweris. CorrosionResistantSteel.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Adowelwilltakewhatloads?.

OptionA.
shear.
OptionB.
tensile.
OptionC.
torsion.

CorrectAnsweris. shear.
Explanation. Adoweltakesshearloads.

QuestionNumber.
13.
DzuzFastenersprovide.

OptionA.
foreasyhammeringintoposition.
OptionB.
aclosetolerancefit.
OptionC.
quickreleasefastenersatinspectionpanels.
CorrectAnsweris. quickreleasefastenersatinspectionpanels.
Explanation. Dzusfastenersarequickreleasefasteners.

QuestionNumber.
14.
TheinitialsU.N.Cwhenrelatedtoaircraftboltsstandsfor.
OptionA.
UnitedNationalCountersunk.

OptionB.
UnifiedNationalCoarse.

OptionC.
UnifiedNationalCentred.

CorrectAnsweris. UnifiedNationalCoarse.

Explanation. UNC=UnifiedNationalCourse.UNF=UnifiedNationalFine.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Cappednutsareusedso.

OptionA.
topreventleaksfrompipeends.

OptionB.
thepartisnotovertorquedasthebolttouchesthecaptivepartfirst.
OptionC.
toensurethatitisdrybolted.

CorrectAnsweris. thepartisnotovertorquedasthebolttouchesthecaptivepartfirst.ORtoensurethatitisdrybolted.
Explanation. Cappednutsprovideanair/fluidtightseal.

QuestionNumber.
16.
AboltpartnumberAN25C15whencomparedtoaboltpartnumberAN2515has.

OptionA.
alessexpensivedesignandproductcosts.
OptionB.
ahigherresistancetocorrosion.

OptionC.
ahigherpitchthread.
CorrectAnsweris. ahigherresistancetocorrosion.

Explanation. 2=clevisbolt,5=diameterin16ths(5/16thsin),C=Corrosionresistantsteel,15=lengthin8ths(15/8=17/8in.).
BL/6273.1.2.

QuestionNumber.
17.
TheheadmarkingonaclosetoleranceBSFboltis.

OptionA.
aseriesofdotsontheheadface.

OptionB.
araiseddiskontheheadface.

OptionC.
aloweredringunderthehexagon.
CorrectAnsweris. araiseddiskontheheadface.

Explanation. AclosetolerancebolthasaraiseddiscontheheadBL/23Para.2.2.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Inthedrawing,whatletterrepresentsthenominallengthofaBSFbolt?.


OptionA.
A.

OptionB.
B.

OptionC.
C.

CorrectAnsweris. A.

Explanation. Becarefulnottomarkanswera)onyourexamjustbecauseitisAonthedrawing.BL/23Fig.2.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Analuminiumalloyboltmaybeidentifiedby.

OptionA.
itscolour(dyedblack).

OptionB.
theletterAstampedonthehead.

OptionC.
itscolour(dyedgreen).

CorrectAnsweris. itscolour(dyedgreen).

Explanation. BL/232.2.

QuestionNumber.
20.
A(British)3/8inchdia.UNFboltwillhavethediametercodeletter.

OptionA.
N.

OptionB.
G.

OptionC.
J.

CorrectAnsweris. J.

Explanation. BL/23Table2.

QuestionNumber.
21.
AnANsteelboltisidentifiedby.

OptionA.
onhead.

OptionB.
Xonhead.

OptionC.
plainbolt.

CorrectAnsweris. Xonhead.

Explanation. BL/27.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Rivnutswereoriginallyusedfor.

OptionA.
securingstructuralparts.

OptionB.
securingrubberdeicingboots.

OptionC.
securingcabinfloorings.

CorrectAnsweris. securingrubberdeicingboots.

Explanation. BL/6285.4.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Forkendfittingsoncontrolrodendsshouldhave.
OptionA.
antivibrationcompound.

OptionB.
0.002inchaxialmovement.
OptionC.
boltheadsfittedupwards.

CorrectAnsweris. boltheadsfittedupwards.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
24.
TheAN526trussheadscrew.

OptionA.
providesagoodclampingforce.

OptionB.
isawidelyusedrecessesheadmachinescrew.

OptionC.
isapanheadscrew.
CorrectAnsweris. isapanheadscrew.
Explanation. AC43Para.717.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Cappednutsareused.

OptionA.
preventovertighteningduetothethreadedportionbeingrestrictedbythecap.
OptionB.
toprovideadrytorquejoint.
OptionC.
tostopleaks.
CorrectAnsweris. tostopleaks.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Apininaforkendfittingissubjectedtowhatloading?.
OptionA.
Shear.
OptionB.
Tensile.

OptionC.
Torsion.

CorrectAnsweris. Shear.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Hylocks.

OptionA.
requirelubricationofthescrewpartonly.
OptionB.
areprelubricated.

OptionC.
donotrequirelubrication.

CorrectAnsweris. areprelubricated.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
28.
UNFmeans.

OptionA.
unifiedfine.
OptionB.
unionnationalfine.
OptionC.
unitednationsfine.
CorrectAnsweris. unifiedfine.
Explanation. BL/32Para1.1.1.(ii).

QuestionNumber.
29.
Aclevisboltinacontrolcableforkendwouldbeloadedin.

OptionA.
shear.
OptionB.
tension.

OptionC.
bothtensionandshear.

CorrectAnsweris. shear.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Cappednutsareused.

OptionA.
toprovidedryboltingofthejoints.
OptionB.
tolockthenuttothebolt.

OptionC.
tostopleaksduetometalcapsfittedontheheads.
CorrectAnsweris. tostopleaksduetometalcapsfittedontheheads.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
31.
AmaindifferencebetweenLockbolt/Hucbolttensionandshearfasteners(otherthantheirapplication)is
inthe.

OptionA.
shapeofthehead.

OptionB.
methodofinstallation.

OptionC.
numberoflockingcollargrooves.
CorrectAnsweris. numberoflockingcollargrooves.
Explanation. shearlockbolthastwolockinggrooves,andthetensionlockbolthasfivegrooves.

QuestionNumber.
32.
OneofthemainadvantagesoftheHiLoktypefastenersoverearliergenerationsisthat.

OptionA.
theycanbeinstalledwithordinaryhandtools.

OptionB.
theycanberemovedandreusedagain.

OptionC.
thesqueezedoncollarinstallationprovidesamoresecure,tighterfit.

CorrectAnsweris. theycanbeinstalledwithordinaryhandtools.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
33.
ThemarkingsontheheadofaDzusfasteneridentifythe.

OptionA.
bodydiameter,typeofheadandlengthofthefastener.

OptionB.
bodytype,headdiameterandtypeofmaterial.

OptionC.
manufacturerandtypeofmaterial.
CorrectAnsweris. bodydiameter,typeofheadandlengthofthefastener.

Explanation. Aletteridentifiestypeofhead,anumberidentifiesbodydiameterin1/16inchincrementsandanothernumber
identifiesstudlengthin1/100thsinch.

QuestionNumber.
34.
TheDzusturnlockfastenerconsistsofastud,grommet,andreceptacle.Thestudlengthismeasuredin.

OptionA.
sixteenthsofaninch.
OptionB.
tenthsofaninch.

OptionC.
hundredthsofaninch.
CorrectAnsweris. hundredthsofaninch.
Explanation. NIL.


QuestionNumber.
35.
Threadedrivets(Rivnuts)arecommonlyusedto.

OptionA.
jointwoormorepiecesofsheetmetalwhereshearstrengthisdesired.

OptionB.
attachpartsorcomponentswithscrewstosheetmetal.

OptionC.
jointwoormorepiecesofsheetmetalwherebearingstrengthisdesired.
CorrectAnsweris. attachpartsorcomponentswithscrewstosheetmetal.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Aircraftboltswithacrossorasteriskmarkedontheboltheadare.
OptionA.
madeofaluminiumalloy.

OptionB.
astandardsteelbolts.
OptionC.
closetolerancebolts.
CorrectAnsweris. astandardsteelbolts.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Aboltwithasingledashontheheadisclassifiedasan.

OptionA.
NASstandardaircraftbolt.
OptionB.
ANcorrosionresistantsteelbolt.

OptionC.
NASclosetolerancebolt.

CorrectAnsweris. ANcorrosionresistantsteelbolt.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
38.
Aboltwithan'X'insideatriangleontheheadisclassifiedasan.
OptionA.
NASstandardaircraftbolt.
OptionB.
NASclosetolerancebolt.

OptionC.
ANcorrosionresistantsteelbolt.

CorrectAnsweris. NASclosetolerancebolt.

Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage71.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Aircraftboltsareusuallymanufacturedwitha.

OptionA.
class1fitforthethreads.

OptionB.
class2fitforthethreads.

OptionC.
class3fitforthethreads.

CorrectAnsweris. class3fitforthethreads.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
40.
ThecageofanInstrumentMountingnutismadefrom.
OptionA.
steel.
OptionB.
brass.
OptionC.
phosphorbronze.

CorrectAnsweris. phosphorbronze.

Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage783.

QuestionNumber.
41.
ThespeednutofanInstrumentMountingnutismadefrom.
OptionA.
brass.
OptionB.
steel.
OptionC.
phosphorbronze.

CorrectAnsweris. brass.
Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage783.

QuestionNumber.
42.
InstrumentMountingnutsare.

OptionA.
solderedinplaceduringmanufacture.

OptionB.
preventedfromdroppingbehindtheinstrumentpanelbymagnetism.

OptionC.
nonmagnetic.
CorrectAnsweris. preventedfromdroppingbehindtheinstrumentpanelbymagnetism.ORnonmagnetic.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
43.
Thelengthofaclevisbolt.

OptionA.
includestheheadandthethread.

OptionB.
istheplainshankportiononly.

OptionC.
includesthethreadsbutnotthehead.
CorrectAnsweris. includesthethreadsbutnotthehead.
Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage74.

05.3.FastenersLockingdevices.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Howmanytimescanalockingplatebeused?.

OptionA.
indefinitelyprovidingitisagoodfitaroundthecomponenttobelocked.
OptionB.
once,thendiscarded.
OptionC.
3times,thendiscarded.

CorrectAnsweris. indefinitelyprovidingitisagoodfitaroundthecomponenttobelocked.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet255.1.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Thetaperofastandardtaperpinis.

OptionA.
1in48.

OptionB.
1in36.

OptionC.
1in20.

CorrectAnsweris. 1in48.

Explanation. 1in48.


QuestionNumber.
3.
Whenusingaspringwasher,theplainwasherwouldbefitted.

OptionA.
betweenspringandpart.

OptionB.
betweenheadandspring.

OptionC.
underthenut.
CorrectAnsweris. betweenspringandpart.

Explanation. Theplainwasheristoprotectthesurfaceofthepartfromtheedgeofthespringwasher.BL/6133.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Howmanytimescanyouusealockingplate?.

OptionA.
Untilallthetabshavebeenbrokenoff.

OptionB.
Aslongasitremainsserviceable.

OptionC.
Onceonly.

CorrectAnsweris. Aslongasitremainsserviceable.

Explanation. BL/6135.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Wirelockingapproachanglesshouldnotbelessthan.

OptionA.
45.
OptionB.
90.
OptionC.
10.
CorrectAnsweris. 45.
Explanation. BL/6137.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Aspringtypewasherwhenusedonanaluminiumcomponentmustbeused.
OptionA.
withaplainwasher.
OptionB.
byitself.

OptionC.
withatabwasher.

CorrectAnsweris. withaplainwasher.

Explanation. Aspringwashermustalwaysbeusedwithaplainwasher.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Nickelalloysteelsplitpinscanbeused.

OptionA.
repeatedlyprovidedtheyremainagoodfit.
OptionB.
onlyonce,becausethelegsarespreadandbent.

OptionC.
withaspringwasherandastiffnut.
CorrectAnsweris. onlyonce,becausethelegsarespreadandbent.

Explanation. Splitpinscanonlybeusedonce.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Apreloadindicatingwasheriscorrectlyloadedwhen.
OptionA.
theinnerringrotates.
OptionB.
theinnerringisgripped.

OptionC.
theouterringisgripped.

CorrectAnsweris. theouterringisgripped.

Explanation. Apreloadwasheriscorrectlyloadedwhentheouterringisgripped.AL/78.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Theadvantageofcirclipsis.

OptionA.
itcanbeusedforbothinnerandexternalapplications.

OptionB.
Bothaandb.
OptionC.
itischeap.

CorrectAnsweris. Bothaandb.
Explanation. Circlipsarecheapandcanbeusedforinternalandexternalapplications.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Apressfitrequires.

OptionA.
theholetobeexpandedbyheat.

OptionB.
somesortofdrivingforce.

OptionC.
theshafttobeshrunkbycooling.

CorrectAnsweris. somesortofdrivingforce.
Explanation. Apressfitrequiressomeformofdrivingforce.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Anonmetalliclocknutis.

OptionA.
neverusedover250F.

OptionB.
nevertorqued.
OptionC.
neverreused.
CorrectAnsweris. neverusedover250F.

Explanation. 250F(120C)isthemaximumtemperaturefornylonorfibreinsertnuts.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Whichcanbereused?.

OptionA.
Lockingplate,circlip,springwasher.
OptionB.
Shakeproofwasher,springwasher,lockingplate.
OptionC.
Tabwasher,circlip,lockingplate.
CorrectAnsweris. Lockingplate,circlip,springwasher.
Explanation. Leaflet253.3.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Atabwasherhasbeenremovedafterfitmentforashorttimefromanonessentialsystem,thetabwasher
maybe.

OptionA.
reused.

OptionB.
reusedifaspareisnotavailable.

OptionC.
notreused.
CorrectAnsweris. notreused.
Explanation. usedunlessitismultitabandthereareunusedtabsoldtabstobebrokenoff.BL/6133.5.3.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Taperpinsaresubjecttowhatloads?.

OptionA.
Tensile.

OptionB.
Compressive.
OptionC.
Shear.
CorrectAnsweris. Shear.
Explanation. Taperpinscanonlytakeshearloads.AC437101.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Inthedrawing,bothboltsarecorrectlywirelockedwhen.

OptionA.
bothAandBarerighthandthreads.
OptionB.
AisarighthandthreadandBisalefthandthread.
OptionC.
bothAandBarelefthandthreads.
CorrectAnsweris. bothAandBarerighthandthreads.
Explanation. ThewirelockingismaintainingtightnessclockwiseinbothAandB.AC34.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Aturnbucklelocknutisa.

OptionA.
stiffnut.

OptionB.
slottednut.

OptionC.
castlenut.

CorrectAnsweris. stiffnut.

Explanation. NIL.


QuestionNumber.
17.
Aspringwasher.

OptionA.
maybeusedasecondtimeprovideditisfittedthereversewayround.

OptionB.
maybeusedmorethanonceprovideditcontinuestoprovideanefficientlock.

OptionC.
mustnotbeusedmorethanonce.

CorrectAnsweris. maybeusedmorethanonceprovideditcontinuestoprovideanefficientlock.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Aninternalcirclipcanbeusedto.

OptionA.
retainaballbearinginahousing.

OptionB.
todobothoftheabove.

OptionC.
retainaballbearingonashaft.

CorrectAnsweris. retainaballbearinginahousing.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Awasherhavingbothtwistedteethandspringactionsis.

OptionA.
AN970largeareaflatwasher.

OptionB.
AN936shakeprooflockwasher.

OptionC.
AN935splitringlockwasher.

CorrectAnsweris. AN936shakeprooflockwasher.

Explanation. AC43Table714.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Splitpins.

OptionA.
maybeusedonlyonce.

OptionB.
canbeusedmorethanoncebutdependsonthematerialofthesplitpin.
OptionC.
maybeusedmorethanonce.
CorrectAnsweris. maybeusedonlyonce.

Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet25,2.5.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Howisthelockingfeatureofthefibretypelocknutobtained?.

OptionA.
Byafibreinsertheldfirmlyinplaceatthebaseoftheloadcarryingsection.

OptionB.
Bytheuseofanunthreadedfibrelockinginsert.

OptionC.
Bymakingthethreadsinthefibreinsertslightlysmallerthanthoseintheloadcarryingsection.
CorrectAnsweris. Bytheuseofanunthreadedfibrelockinginsert.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Splitpinsaremadefrom.

OptionA.
brassorLowcarbonsteelcadmiumplated,.

OptionB.
brassorstainlesssteel.

OptionC.
Lowcarbonsteelcadmiumplated,orstainlesssteel.

CorrectAnsweris. Lowcarbonsteelcadmiumplated,orstainlesssteel.

Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage735,CAAIPsLeaflet25,2.

05.4.FastenersAircraftrivets.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Formingasolutiontreatedrivetgivesit75%ofitshardness.Whatgivesittheother25%?.
OptionA.
Leaveatroomtemperatureforfourhours.
OptionB.
Precipitationtreatthecomponentwhenformingiscomplete.

OptionC.
Puttheminarefrigerator.

CorrectAnsweris. Leaveatroomtemperatureforfourhours.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
IfDorDDrivetsarenotformedintime,orremovedfromthefreezerintime,they.

OptionA.
mustbediscarded.

OptionB.
mustbereheattreatedbeforeuse.
OptionC.
canbereheattreatedoncethendiscarded.
CorrectAnsweris. mustbereheattreatedbeforeuse.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Ajoggleinaremovedrivetisindicationofwhattypeofpartialfailure?.
OptionA.
Bearing.

OptionB.
Shear.
OptionC.
Compression.
CorrectAnsweris. Shear.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
HowisaBritishaluminiumrivetidentified?.

OptionA.
Blackanodicfinish.
OptionB.
Naturalanodisedfinish.

OptionC.
Violetanodicfinish.
CorrectAnsweris. Blackanodicfinish.
Explanation. ABritishaluminiumrivetisblackanodised.

QuestionNumber.
5.
ABSrivetmadefromL36wouldbewhatcolourandmarking?.
OptionA.
Blackanodicwithan'A'.

OptionB.
Naturalanodicwithnomarking.

OptionC.
Greenanodicwithan'X'.

CorrectAnsweris. Blackanodicwithan'A'.

Explanation. AnL36rivetisanodisedblack.


QuestionNumber.
6.
WhatdothelettersandnumbersonaBritishrivetmean?.
OptionA.
Materialspecificationonly.
OptionB.
Materialandfinish.
OptionC.
Headshape,materialandfinish.

CorrectAnsweris. Headshape,materialandfinish.

Explanation. ExampleSP80issnaphead,alalloy,violetfinish.BL/6273.

QuestionNumber.
7.
AnaturalfinishaluminiumalloyrivetwithaDonitis.
OptionA.
hiduminiumL86.

OptionB.
aluminiumL36.

OptionC.
duraluminL37.

CorrectAnsweris. duraluminL37.

Explanation. L37isaluminiumalloywithaD.BL/627.

QuestionNumber.
8.
A5%magnesiumrivetisidentifiedby.

OptionA.
violetanodisewith'S'onit.
OptionB.
greenanodisewith'X'oran'8'onit.
OptionC.
blackanodisewith'A'onit.
CorrectAnsweris. greenanodisewith'X'oran'8'onit.
Explanation. 5%magnesiumisgreenanodisedwithan'X'oran'8'.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Whatmetalissuitableforrivetingmagnesiumalloy?.
OptionA.
Monelmetal.
OptionB.
5056aluminiumalloy.

OptionC.
1100aluminiumalloy.

CorrectAnsweris. 5056aluminiumalloy.

Explanation. BL/6275.1andAC4371para.d.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Whatmetalissuitableforrivetingalloysteel?.
OptionA.
Aluminiumalloy.

OptionB.
Monelmetal.
OptionC.
Mildsteel.

CorrectAnsweris. Monelmetal.
Explanation. BL/6275.1.

QuestionNumber.
11.
AnaluminiumalloyL37rivetidentificationis.
OptionA.
Xembossed.
OptionB.
Oembossed.
OptionC.
Dembossed.
CorrectAnsweris. Dembossed.
Explanation. AnaluminiumalloyL37(Duralumin)rivetisidentifiedwithan'D'.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Rivetallowanceis.

OptionA.
1.5d.
OptionB.
1dplusthethicknessofthematerial.
OptionC.
1.5dplusthethicknessofthematerial.

CorrectAnsweris. 1.5d.
Explanation. Rivetallowanceis1.5*diameter.

QuestionNumber.
13.
DandDDrivetsarerefrigeratedto.

OptionA.
precipitationharden.
OptionB.
increaseagehardening.

OptionC.
retardagehardening.
CorrectAnsweris. retardagehardening.
Explanation. Refrigerationretardsagehardening.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Whatdoyoudoto2017and2024rivetsafterheattreatment?.
OptionA.
Leaveforaminimumof2hoursbeforeusing.

OptionB.
refrigerateforaminimumof2hoursbeforeusing.
OptionC.
Useimmediatelyorrefrigerate.

CorrectAnsweris. Useimmediatelyorrefrigerate.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
AnAmericanrivetwithacrossontheheadis.

OptionA.
2124aluminiumalloy.

OptionB.
2117aluminiumalloy.

OptionC.
5056aluminiumalloy.

CorrectAnsweris. 5056aluminiumalloy.

Explanation. Acrossontheheadofarivetindicatesitis5056al.alloy.

QuestionNumber.
16.
AcountersunkrivetoftheSPserieshasaheadstyleof.
OptionA.
20.
OptionB.
90.
OptionC.
100.
CorrectAnsweris. 100.
Explanation. SPseriesrivetsare100degreecsk.BL/6273.3.

QuestionNumber.
17.
ThecodingofaBritishrivetindicates.

OptionA.
lengthanddiameter.
OptionB.
headtypeandcolour.
OptionC.
materialandheadtype.

CorrectAnsweris. materialandheadtype.

Explanation. CodingsuchasSP80meansal.alloyandsnaphead.BL/6278.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Afactorwhichdeterminestheminimumspacebetweenrivetsisthe.
OptionA.
thicknessofthematerialbeingriveted.

OptionB.
diameteroftherivetsbeingused.

OptionC.
lengthoftherivetsbeingused.

CorrectAnsweris. diameteroftherivetsbeingused.

Explanation. Rivetspacing(singlerow)is4*diameter.AC43416.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Jogglesinremovedrivetshankswouldindicatepartial.

OptionA.
torsionfailure.
OptionB.
shearfailure.
OptionC.
bearingfailure.

CorrectAnsweris. shearfailure.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Arivetthathas5%magnesiumisidentifiedas.

OptionA.
anodicvioletandhasanX.
OptionB.
anodicgreenandhasanX.
OptionC.
naturalandhasanm.
CorrectAnsweris. anodicgreenandhasanX.
Explanation. 5%magnesiumrivetsaregreenanodized.BL/627Table1.


QuestionNumber.
21.
IdentificationofBritishaluminiumalloyrivetsiswith.

OptionA.
apartnumberonthehead.
OptionB.
aletterandnumbercode.

OptionC.
acolourandnumberstampedonthehead.
CorrectAnsweris. acolourandnumberstampedonthehead.
Explanation. Aluminiumalloyrivetsarecolourcodedwithanumberorletteronthehead.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Ifyoucanonlygainlimitedaccesstobothsidesofastructure,whatwouldyouusetorepairthe
structure?.

OptionA.
Ahylok.

OptionB.
Ablindrivet.
OptionC.
Apoprivet.
CorrectAnsweris. Ahylok.

Explanation. Poprivetsandblindrivetscannotbeusedinplaceofsolidrivets.JeppesenA&PAirframeHandbookPg.155.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Alloyrivetsareheattreatedby.

OptionA.
solutiontreating.

OptionB.
annealing.

OptionC.
anodising.

CorrectAnsweris. solutiontreating.

Explanation. Al.Alloyrivetsaresolutionheattreated.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Whenasolidrivetisformeditonlyholds75%ofitsshearstrength,theother25%comesfrom.
OptionA.
leavingassemblyfor4daystoageharden.
OptionB.
heatingthecompletedassembly.

OptionC.
coolingcompletedassembly.

CorrectAnsweris. leavingassemblyfor4daystoageharden.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Arivetwithnomarkinghasthematerialcode.

OptionA.
AD.
OptionB.
A.

OptionC.
D.

CorrectAnsweris. A.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
26.
RivetMS20426haswhatheadtype?.

OptionA.
CSK.
OptionB.
Universal.

OptionC.
Round.
CorrectAnsweris. CSK.
Explanation. CAIPBL/627table4.

QuestionNumber.
27.
WhatismeantbythetermPitchRatio?.

OptionA.
Theareaofcontactbetweenthetwosheetsofmetalwhenjoiningbyrivets.
OptionB.
Thedistancebetweentheholeandtheedgeofthematerial.
OptionC.
Thedistancebetweentwoholes.

CorrectAnsweris. Thedistancebetweentwoholes.

Explanation. CAIPBL/629(RivetPitch).

QuestionNumber.
28.
Thelengthofsolidrivetsisingraduationsof.

OptionA.
1/16inch.

OptionB.
1/8inch.

OptionC.
1/4inch.

CorrectAnsweris. 1/16inch.

Explanation. CAIPBL/627.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Whatwouldbethediameterandlengthofasolidrivetifthefollowingmarkingsaregiven,AS
162408?.

OptionA.
inchdia,inchlength.

OptionB.
inchdia,1inchlength.

OptionC.
1/8inchdia,inchlength.
CorrectAnsweris. 1/8inchdia,inchlength.
Explanation. CAIPBL/627.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Whatwouldthemarking.5indicateafterthenormalpartnumberofasolidrivet?.

OptionA.
Therivetlengthingraduationsof1/8inch.
OptionB.
Thediameteroftherivetishalfaninch.

OptionC.
Indicatesclosetolerancerivet.

CorrectAnsweris. Indicatesclosetolerancerivet.

Explanation. CAIPBL/627para3.

QuestionNumber.
31.
WhatisthepressurerangefortheAvdelRivetertypeF?.

OptionA.
60to80psi.
OptionB.
20to60psi.
OptionC.
40to60psi.
CorrectAnsweris. 60to80psi.
Explanation. 60to80psi.


QuestionNumber.
32.
WhatisthelengthoftheoperationstrokeoftheAvdelRivetertypeF?.

OptionA.
inch.
OptionB.
7/8inch.

OptionC.
1inch.
CorrectAnsweris. inch.
Explanation. 1/2inchstroke.

QuestionNumber.
33.
Ifasheetofaluminiumalloyof0.032and0.064istobejoinedtogethertherivetshouldbe.
OptionA.
0.032plus2D.
OptionB.
0.096plus1.5D.

OptionC.
0.064plus1D.
CorrectAnsweris. 0.096plus1.5D.

Explanation. Rivetallowanceis1.5D.Sheetthicknessis0.032+0.064inches.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Wherewouldapoprivetwithabreakstemmandrelbeused?.

OptionA.
Inaclosedstructure.
OptionB.
Wheretheheadcanberetrieved.

OptionC.
Anysituationcallingforapoprivet.
CorrectAnsweris. Inaclosedstructure.
Explanation. Apoprivetisnotatrulyblindrivetbecausethetailfallsawayandhastoberetrieved.However,thebreakstempop
rivethasaheadwhichstayswiththerivetafterbreaking.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Achobertrivetgunmaybeused.

OptionA.
untiltheendhasworn0.002inchbelownominaldiameter.
OptionB.
indefinately.
OptionC.
onceonly.

CorrectAnsweris. untiltheendhasworn0.002inchbelownominaldiameter.
Explanation. 0.002inchisthewearlimitonachobertrivetgun.BL/6298.2.1.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Avdelrivetsareclosedby.

OptionA.
ataperedmandrel.

OptionB.
broaching.

OptionC.
squeezing.

CorrectAnsweris. broaching.

Explanation. Avdelrivetsareclosedbybroaching.BL/6298.2.2.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Countersunkrivetshavetwoanglesofcountersink,theseare.

OptionA.
100115degrees.

OptionB.
125135degrees.

OptionC.
100160degrees.

CorrectAnsweris. 100115degrees.

Explanation. Noneofthesearecorrect,butsincethereare3countersinkangles(90,100,120)cisclosest.BL/6273.2.

QuestionNumber.
38.
OnaCHERRYMAXrivet,aftertherivetingprocessthemandrelsectionorstemis.
OptionA.
isgrounddownflushtorivethead.
OptionB.
discarded.

OptionC.
remainsintherivetsleevetoprovidemechanicalstrength.
CorrectAnsweris. remainsintherivetsleevetoprovidemechanicalstrength.
Explanation. Thestemremainsintherivetafteritisbrokenoff.AcollarholdsitinplaceAC43457,424.

QuestionNumber.
39.
A'HUCK'rivetissimilarindesigntoa.

OptionA.
blindrivet.

OptionB.
domeheadrivet.

OptionC.
cherryrivet.
CorrectAnsweris. cherryrivet.
Explanation. TheHuckrivetissimilarindesigntothecherryrivet.Butbothareblindrivets.AC43424.

QuestionNumber.
40.
Onastructuralrepair,whattypeofrivetwouldyouusewhenthebacksidecannotbeaccessed?.
OptionA.
Poprivet.

OptionB.
Hilocrivet.
OptionC.
Blindrivet.
CorrectAnsweris. Blindrivet.
Explanation. Byelimination,nosuchthingasahilocrivet,andpoprivetsmaycauseaFODproblemduetothestemfallingout.
BL/628Para.2.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Whatmaterialissuitableforrivetingsteel?.

OptionA.
Aluminiumalloy.

OptionB.
Monel.
OptionC.
Copper.

CorrectAnsweris. Monel.
Explanation. BL/6275.1.Reallymildsteelshouldbeused(seeAC4371para.e)butthatisnotananswergiven.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Cadmiumplatedrivetsshouldnotbeusedwherethetemperaturemayexceed.

OptionA.
120C.

OptionB.
250C.

OptionC.
200C.

CorrectAnsweris. 250C.

Explanation. BL/6275.1.


QuestionNumber.
43.
Whatrivetsshouldbeusedwithnickelalloysteel?.

OptionA.
AluminiumAlloy.

OptionB.
MildSteel.

OptionC.
Monel.
CorrectAnsweris. Monel.
Explanation. AC43Page72Para.g.

QuestionNumber.
44.
Whatisanadvantageofadoubleflareonaluminiumtubing?.
OptionA.
Easeofconstruction.
OptionB.
Itismoreresistanttotheshearingeffectoftorque.
OptionC.
Itislessresistanttotheshearingeffectoftorque.
CorrectAnsweris. Itismoreresistanttotheshearingeffectoftorque.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
45.
Whattypeloadscausethemostrivetfailures?.

OptionA.
Bearing.

OptionB.
Shear.
OptionC.
Head.
CorrectAnsweris. Head.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
46.
Rivet'smainstrengthqualityistoresist.

OptionA.
tensileloads.
OptionB.
shearloads.
OptionC.
torsion.

CorrectAnsweris. shearloads.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
47.
Aplate10inchesby5inchesistoberivetedwith3rowsofrivets,withthenormal4Drivetspacingand
2Dedgedistance.TherivetsareAN460AD46.Howmanyrivetsarerequired?.

OptionA.
60.

OptionB.
52.

OptionC.
56.

CorrectAnsweris. 60.

Explanation. Rivetdiameter=4/32=1/8inch.Ifitistoberivetedalongthe10inchlength,subtracttheedgedistances(2*1/4inch)
=9anda1/2inches.4D=1/2inch.Youcanfit20rivetsin91/2inches.3*20=60.

QuestionNumber.
48.
Anewrivetmadeofaluminiumalloyis.

OptionA.
anodisedwith's'.

OptionB.
anodisedwith'x'.

OptionC.
anodisedwith'd'.

CorrectAnsweris. anodisedwith'x'.

Explanation. Ofthealuminiumalloyrivets,L86isvioletwithan's'andL58isgreenwithan'x',butL86(hiduminium)isnolonger
made.

QuestionNumber.
49.
WhattypeofheattreatmentcanbeusedonDDrivets?.

OptionA.
Annealing.

OptionB.
Precipitation.
OptionC.
SolutionTreatment.
CorrectAnsweris. SolutionTreatment.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
50.
Thegeneralruleforfindingtheproperrivetdiameteris.

OptionA.
threetimesthethicknessofthethickestsheet.

OptionB.
threetimesthethicknessofthematerialtobejoined.

OptionC.
twotimestherivetlength.

CorrectAnsweris. threetimesthethicknessofthematerialtobejoined.ORthreetimesthethicknessofthethickestsheet.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
51.
CherrymaxandOlympicLokrivets.

OptionA.
utilizeapullingtoolforinstallation.
OptionB.
maybeinstalledwithordinaryhandtools.
OptionC.
utilizearivetgun,specialrivetset,andbuckingbarforinstallation.

CorrectAnsweris. utilizearivetgun,specialrivetset,andbuckingbarforinstallation.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
52.
Holefillingfasteners(forexample,MS20470rivets)shouldnotbeusedincompositestructures
primarilybecauseofthe.

OptionA.
increasedpossibilityoffrettingcorrosioninthefastener.
OptionB.
difficultyinformingapropershophead.

OptionC.
possibilityofcausingdelamination.
CorrectAnsweris. possibilityofcausingdelamination.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
53.
ThedimensionsofanMS20430AD48rivetsare.

OptionA.
1/8inchindiameterand1/2inchlong.

OptionB.
4/16inchindiameterand8/32inchlong.

OptionC.
1/8inchindiameterand1/4inchlong.

CorrectAnsweris. 1/8inchindiameterand1/4inchlong.

Explanation. AC43.131BChap4fig44onpage416.

QuestionNumber.
54.
Theprimaryalloyingagentof2024T36rivetsisindicatedbythenumber.
OptionA.
20.

OptionB.
2.

OptionC.
24.

CorrectAnsweris. 2.

Explanation. CAIPBL/627para4.1.

QuestionNumber.
55.
Mostrivetsusedinaircraftconstructionhave.

OptionA.
araiseddot.
OptionB.
dimples.

OptionC.
smoothheadswithoutmarkings.

CorrectAnsweris. dimples.

Explanation. Mostrivetsare2117.

QuestionNumber.
56.
MS20426AD65indicatesacountersunkrivetwhichhas.

OptionA.
ashanklengthof5/16inch(excludinghead).

OptionB.
anoveralllengthof5/16inch.

OptionC.
ashanklengthof5/32inch(excludinghead).

CorrectAnsweris. anoveralllengthof5/16inch.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
57.
Whichrivetmaybeusedasreceivedwithoutfurthertreatment?.

OptionA.
2017T3.

OptionB.
2117T3.

OptionC.
2024T4.

CorrectAnsweris. 2117T3.

Explanation. 2117isan'AD'rivet.

QuestionNumber.
58.
Theinformationonrivetgriplengthisinwhichrivetcodequadrant?.
OptionA.
NW.
OptionB.
SE.

OptionC.
NE.
CorrectAnsweris. SE.

Explanation. NAS523.

QuestionNumber.
59.
TheNErivetquadrantgivesinformationon.

OptionA.
diameterandmanufacturedheadlocation.
OptionB.
fasteneridentity.

OptionC.
headdata.

CorrectAnsweris. diameterandmanufacturedheadlocation.
Explanation. NAS523.

QuestionNumber.
60.
AsquarearoundtheNWdigitinthequadrantofafastnerwouldindicate.
OptionA.
interferencefitfastener.

OptionB.
hilocktobeused.

OptionC.
fluidtightfastner.

CorrectAnsweris. fluidtightfastner.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
61.
Thefourquadrantsonaquadrantrivetcodesystemaredesignated.

OptionA.
N,S,E,W.
OptionB.
topleft,topright,bottomleft,bottomright.
OptionC.
NW,NE,SE,SW.

CorrectAnsweris. NW,NE,SE,SW.

Explanation. NIL.

06a.PipesandUnions.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whenreplacingahydraulicpipe,wherewouldyoufindthecorrectreplacementpart?.
OptionA.
Partscatalogue.

OptionB.
Maintenanceschedule.

OptionC.
Maintenancemanual.
CorrectAnsweris. Partscatalogue.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Howareflexiblehosescategorised?.

OptionA.
Bymaximumpressure.

OptionB.
Bydiameter.
OptionC.
Bylength.

CorrectAnsweris. Bymaximumpressure.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Whataretherigidpipesongasturbineenginesmadefrom?.

OptionA.
Stainlesssteel.
OptionB.
Aluminiumalloy.

OptionC.
Copper.

CorrectAnsweris. Stainlesssteel.

Explanation. Stainlesssteelhasahighresistancetoheat.BL/6153.3.1.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Howwouldyoutestahydraulichose?.

OptionA.
Pressuretest2.0*workingpressure.
OptionB.
Pressuretest1.5*workingpressure.
OptionC.
Pressuretest1.0*workingpressure.
CorrectAnsweris. Pressuretest1.5*workingpressure.
Explanation. AL/3138.4.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Topreventdamagetosealsonfitmentyouwould.

OptionA.
compressandstretchthem.
OptionB.
useacardboardprotectoroverthethreadedportions.

OptionC.
usegrease.

CorrectAnsweris. useacardboardprotectoroverthethreadedportions.

Explanation. Usecardboardprotectiontopreventdamagetosealswhenfittingthem.AC43915.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Flexiblepipesareidentifiedby.

OptionA.
length.
OptionB.
diameter.

OptionC.
material.

CorrectAnsweris. material.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Apipecarryinglubricantwouldbeidentifiedbythecolour.

OptionA.
white.
OptionB.
yellow.

OptionC.
whiteandyellow.

CorrectAnsweris. yellow.
Explanation. StandardAviationMaintenanceHandbookPage128/129.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Whichmaterialisahydraulicfluidhosemadefrom?.

OptionA.
Rubber.

OptionB.
Butyl.
OptionC.
Teflon.
CorrectAnsweris. Teflon.
Explanation. JeppesenA&PGeneralTextbook1016,CAAIPLeaflet55paragraph2.2.2.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Hydraulicpipesaremadefrom.

OptionA.
1100or2020H14.
OptionB.
annealedsteel.
OptionC.
5056or7075.
CorrectAnsweris. annealedsteel.
Explanation. A&PGeneralTextbookPage102.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Thecontinuouscolouredlineonahoseassembly.

OptionA.
identifieshosematerial.

OptionB.
willassistindetectionofanytwistinaninstalledhose.

OptionC.
identifiesfluidcompatibilityofhose.
CorrectAnsweris. willassistindetectionofanytwistinaninstalledhose.

Explanation. The'layline'willindicatetwistinthehose.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Thestoragelifeofaflexiblehosecanbeuptobutnotexceeding.

OptionA.
5years.

OptionB.
2years.

OptionC.
4years.

CorrectAnsweris. 5years.

Explanation. Leaflet553.1.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Themarkingsonaflexiblehosemustincludethe.

OptionA.
internalboresize.

OptionB.
manufacturersname.
OptionC.
dateofmanufacture.
CorrectAnsweris. dateofmanufacture.
Explanation. Leaflet554.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Whenfittingareplacementflexiblehose.

OptionA.
usetheoldonetoapplythe'set',

OptionB.
ensureadequateclearancebetweenthehoseandtheaircraftstructure.

OptionC.
alwayspressuretestbeforefitting.
CorrectAnsweris. ensureadequateclearancebetweenthehoseandtheaircraftstructure.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
14.
MILH5606hydraulicfluidOringsareidentifiedwitha.
OptionA.
bluedot.

OptionB.
yellowdot.

OptionC.
yellowandwhitedot.
CorrectAnsweris. bluedot.

Explanation. JeppesenA&PAirframeTechnicianTextbook


QuestionNumber.
15.
Whattypeofmaterialwouldhydraulicpipesonanundercarriagelegorbaybemadefrom?.
OptionA.
Stainlesssteel,annealed,14H.

OptionB.
7075,H14.

OptionC.
1100,2024,inhalfhardstate.
CorrectAnsweris. Stainlesssteel,annealed,14H.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Ametalpipehasasmallindentation.Whatarethelimits?.

OptionA.
5%internaldiameter.
OptionB.
10%ofexternaldiameter.

OptionC.
Nodentonabend.
CorrectAnsweris. Nodentonabend.
Explanation. AC43930c.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Anaircraftpipehasanumberstampedonit.Itisthe.

OptionA.
fluiditiscarrying.

OptionB.
aircraftsystem.

OptionC.
serialnumber.
CorrectAnsweris. serialnumber.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Thelengthofastraighthoseassemblyismeasured.

OptionA.
betweentheouterfacesoftheunionnuts.
OptionB.
betweentheextremitiesofthetwonipples.
OptionC.
alongthecolouredline.

CorrectAnsweris. betweentheextremitiesofthetwonipples.

Explanation. Leaflet552.4.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Metaltubingfluidlinesaresizedbywallthicknessand.

OptionA.
outsidediameterand1/32inchincrements.
OptionB.
insidediameterand1/16inchincrements.
OptionC.
outsidediameterand1/16inchincrements.
CorrectAnsweris. outsidediameterand1/16inchincrements.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Acertainamountofslackmustbeleftinaflexiblehoseduringinstallationbecause,whenunder
pressure,it.

OptionA.
expandsinlengthandcontractsindiameter.
OptionB.
contractsinlengthandexpandsindiameter.
OptionC.
expandsinlengthanddiameter.

CorrectAnsweris. contractsinlengthandexpandsindiameter.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Theterm'coldflow'isgenerallyassociatedwith.

OptionA.
weldingandsheetmetal.

OptionB.
rubberhose.
OptionC.
vaporizingfuel.

CorrectAnsweris. rubberhose.
Explanation. deeppermanentimpressionleftinaflexiblehosebythepressureofhoseclampsandsupports.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Flexiblelinesmustbefittedwithaslack.

OptionA.
of58%ofthelength.

OptionB.
ofatleast1012%ofthelength.
OptionC.
toallowmaximumflexingduringoperation.
CorrectAnsweris. of58%ofthelength.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Thematerialspecificationsforacertainaircraftrequirethatareplacementoillinebefabricatedfrom3/4
inch,0.07250520aluminiumalloytubing.Whatistheinsidedimensionofthistubing?.

OptionA.
0.688inch.

OptionB.
0.606inch.

OptionC.
0.750inch.

CorrectAnsweris. 0.606inch.

Explanation. Subtract2xwallthicknessfromtheoutsidediameter.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Excessivestressonfluidorpneumaticmetaltubingcausedbyexpansionandcontractiondueto
temperaturechangescanbestbeavoidedby.

OptionA.
providingbendsinthetubing.

OptionB.
usingshort,straightsectionsoftubingbetweenfixedpartsofthestructureoftheaircraft.
OptionC.
notsubjectingtheaircrafttosuddenchangesintemperature.

CorrectAnsweris. usingshort,straightsectionsoftubingbetweenfixedpartsofthestructureoftheaircraft.ORprovidingbendsin
thetubing.

Explanation. AC659A

QuestionNumber.
25.
Flexiblehoseusedinaircraftsystemsisclassifiedinsizeaccordingtothe.

OptionA.
outsidediameter.

OptionB.
insidediameter.

OptionC.
wallthickness.
CorrectAnsweris. insidediameter.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Whichtubingshavethecharacteristics(highstrength,abrasionresistance)necessaryforuseinahigh
pressure(3,000PSI)hydraulicsystemforoperationoflandinggearandflaps?.

OptionA.
11001/2Hor30031/2Haluminiumalloy.
OptionB.
Corrosionresistantsteelannealed1/4H.

OptionC.
2024Tor50520aluminiumalloy.
CorrectAnsweris. Corrosionresistantsteelannealed1/4H.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
27.
AgasorfluidlinemarkedwiththelettersPHDAN.

OptionA.
isahighpressureline.ThelettersmeanPressureHigh,DischargeatNacelle.

OptionB.
iscarryingasubstancewhichmaybedangeroustopersonnel.

OptionC.
iscarryingasubstancewhichcannotbemadenontoxic.
CorrectAnsweris. iscarryingasubstancewhichmaybedangeroustopersonnel.

Explanation. PHDANmeansPHysicallyDANgeroustopersonnel.

QuestionNumber.
28.
A3/8inchaircrafthighpressureflexiblehosecomparedtoa3/8inchmetaltubingusedinthesame
systemwill.

OptionA.
haveequivalentflowcharacteristics.
OptionB.
haveaboutthesameOD.

OptionC.
usuallyhaveinterchangeableapplications.
CorrectAnsweris. haveequivalentflowcharacteristics.
Explanation. NIL.

06b.PipesandUnions.


QuestionNumber.
1.
Howdoyouassembleabanjohose?.

OptionA.
Putawasherontheoutsideofthebanjoonly.

OptionB.
Putawasherontheinsideofthebanjoonly.
OptionC.
Putwashereithersideofthebanjo.
CorrectAnsweris. Putwashereithersideofthebanjo.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
A0.5in.diameterpipeistobejoinedusingstandardnutsandfittings.Whatcouplingwouldyouuse?.

OptionA.
AN888521.
OptionB.
AN888522.
OptionC.
AN888528.
CorrectAnsweris. AN888528.
Explanation. Pipesaregradedin1/16inchsteps.Thelastdashnumberisthenumberof16ths.i.e.8/16=0.5inches.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Toinstallaflarelesscoupling.

OptionA.
turnuntiltorqueisfeltplus3flats(halfturn).

OptionB.
handtightplus2flats.
OptionC.
turnuntiltorqueisfeltplus2flats.
CorrectAnsweris. turnuntiltorqueisfeltplus2flats.
Explanation. BL/6159.3.

QuestionNumber.
4.
ASkydrolhydraulicsealwouldbemadeof.

OptionA.
butylrubber,ethelenepropyleneorTeflonPhosphateEsterbased.
OptionB.
naturalrubbervegetablebased.

OptionC.
syntheticrubbermineralbased.

CorrectAnsweris. butylrubber,ethelenepropyleneorTeflonPhosphateEsterbased.
Explanation. CAIPsAL/321.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Adapternipplesarenotrequiredon.

OptionA.
pipetoexternallyconedadapter.

OptionB.
pipetopipecoupling.
OptionC.
pipetointernallyconedadapter.

CorrectAnsweris. pipetoexternallyconedadapter.

Explanation. BL/615Figure1.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Abutylrubbersealismadefrom.

OptionA.
siliconrubber.
OptionB.
syntheticrubber.

OptionC.
latexnaturalrubber.
CorrectAnsweris. syntheticrubber.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
7.
WhatisthecolourofanANsteelflaredtubefitting?.

OptionA.
Black.
OptionB.
Red.
OptionC.
Blue.
CorrectAnsweris. Black.
Explanation. SteelANfittingsareblack,aluminiumANfittingsareblue.

QuestionNumber.
8.
WhichstatementaboutMilitaryStandard(MS)flarelessfittingsiscorrect?.

OptionA.
Duringinstallation,MSflarelessfittingsarenormallytightenedbyturningthenutaspecifiedamountafterthesleeve

andfittingsealingsurfacehavemadecontact,ratherthanbeingtorqued.
OptionB.
MSflarelessfittingsmustbetightenedtoaspecifictorque.
OptionC.
MSflarelessfittingsshouldnotbelubricatedpriortoassembly.

CorrectAnsweris. MSflarelessfittingsmustbetightenedtoaspecifictorque.ORDuringinstallation,MSflarelessfittingsare
normallytightenedbyturningthenutaspecifiedamountafterthesleeveandfittingsealingsurfacehavemadecontact,ratherthan
beingtorqued.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Aflexiblesealingelementsubjecttomotionisa.

OptionA.
gasket.
OptionB.
packing.

OptionC.
compound.

CorrectAnsweris. packing.

Explanation. NIL.

07.Springs.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Coilspringsaremadefrom.

OptionA.
carbonoralloysteelswithhighworkingstress.

OptionB.
lowcarbonsteelswithhighworkingstress.
OptionC.
carbonorhighalloysteelswithlowworkingstress.
CorrectAnsweris. carbonorhighalloysteelswithlowworkingstress.
Explanation. Springsteelishardened(thereforehighcarbon)steeloralloysteelandworkunderlowstresssotheyremainwithinthe
elasticregion.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whatloadarespringhookssubjectedto?.

OptionA.
Bending.

OptionB.
Tension.

OptionC.
Compressive.
CorrectAnsweris. Bending.

Explanation. Springhooksareunderbendingstress.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Steelmusicwireis.

OptionA.
usedforlowerstrengthsprings.

OptionB.
madeofhighcarbonornickelalloy.
OptionC.
usedforhighstrengthspringsandasprogressiveratesprings.
CorrectAnsweris. usedforlowerstrengthsprings.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Aspringshouldbeinspectedforcorrect.
OptionA.
length,strengthandsquareness.

OptionB.
width,strengthandsquareness.

OptionC.
width,lengthandstrength.
CorrectAnsweris. length,strengthandsquareness.

Explanation. NIL.

08.Bearings.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Needlerollerbearings.

OptionA.
canacceptasmallamountofmisalignment.
OptionB.
aresusceptibletobrinelling.
OptionC.
aredesignedtocarryaxialloads.

CorrectAnsweris. aresusceptibletobrinelling.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whenrotatingaballbearingbyhand,aregularclickindicates.
OptionA.
acrackedring.
OptionB.
damagetotheballs.
OptionC.
intergranularcorrosionintheouterring.

CorrectAnsweris. acrackedring.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Ajournalloadis.

OptionA.
compression.
OptionB.
radial.
OptionC.
axial.
CorrectAnsweris. radial.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whatkindofbearingisusedinalandingsystem?.

OptionA.
Needlerollerbearing.
OptionB.
Taperedrollerbearing.

OptionC.
Cagedballbearing.
CorrectAnsweris. Taperedrollerbearing.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Sphericalrollerbearingsresistwhatloads?.

OptionA.
Largeradialbutnothrust.

OptionB.
Largeradialandmoderatethrust.

OptionC.
Largethrustandmoderateradial.

CorrectAnsweris. Largeradialandmoderatethrust.

Explanation. Radial'meansoutward,'thrust'meansaxial.BL/6142.3.3.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Whereareneedlerollerbearingsused?.

OptionA.
Highspeedoperations.

OptionB.
Whereisfluiddampedbearingused.
OptionC.
Wheretherearespacerestrictions.
CorrectAnsweris. Wheretherearespacerestrictions.
Explanation. Needlerollerbearingsareusedwheretherearespacerestrictions.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Loadsontaperedrollerbearingsare.

OptionA.
thrustonly.
OptionB.
radialonly.
OptionC.
radialandthrust.

CorrectAnsweris. radialandthrust.

Explanation. Taperrollerbearingscantakeradialandthrustloads.BL/6142.3.2.

QuestionNumber.
8.
AHardySpicercouplinghaswhattypeofbearings?.

OptionA.
BallBearings.
OptionB.
Needlebearings.

OptionC.
Plainbearings.
CorrectAnsweris. Needlebearings.

Explanation. Ahardysplicerisauniversalcouplingasfoundonvehicledriveshaftsandtheyarefittedwithneedlebearings.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Aselfaligningbearingisa.

OptionA.
angularbearing.

OptionB.
precisionbearing.

OptionC.
radialbearing.
CorrectAnsweris. radialbearing.
Explanation. Aselfaligningbearingisaradialbearing.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Acrankshaftwouldbefittedwitha.

OptionA.
cylindricalrollerbearing.

OptionB.
taperrollerbearing.
OptionC.
sphericalrollerbearing.

CorrectAnsweris. sphericalrollerbearing.

Explanation. CAIPBL/52para.2.2.3.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Whereheatislikelytobetransmittedthroughabearing.

OptionA.
group2bearingsareused.
OptionB.
group4bearingsareused.
OptionC.
group3bearingsareused.
CorrectAnsweris. group4bearingsareused.
Explanation. Group4bearingshavethegreatestclearance.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Shieldedballbearingsareinspectedby.

OptionA.
runningatoperatingspeedandlisteningforsignsofwear.
OptionB.
dismantlingandinspecting.
OptionC.
rotatingslowlybyhand.

CorrectAnsweris. rotatingslowlybyhand.

Explanation. Afeeltestisthemostlikelyinspection.Theruntestisnotdoneatoperatingspeed.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Thrustbearingstake.

OptionA.
radialloads.
OptionB.
journalloads.
OptionC.
sideloads.

CorrectAnsweris. sideloads.

Explanation. Thrustbearingstakesideloads.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Asinglerowballbearingisbestsuitedtoaccepting.

OptionA.
radialloadsonly.

OptionB.
axialloadsonly.

OptionC.
axialandradialLoads.

CorrectAnsweris. radialloadsonly.

Explanation. AsinglerowballbearingcarriesradialloadsonlyBL/6142.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Taperrollerbearingsareusedforwhichofthefollowingpurposes?.
OptionA.
Totransmitradialloadswhilstresistingaxialmovement.
OptionB.
Totransmitthrustloadswithradialloads.
OptionC.
Topermitaxialmovementwhilstresistingradialload.

CorrectAnsweris. Totransmitthrustloadswithradialloads.
Explanation. Taperrollerbearingstransmitthrustandradialloadsequally.BL/614Para.2.3.2.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Thestationaryraceofajournalbearingisnormally.

OptionA.
aspigotedfit.
OptionB.
aninterferencefit.

OptionC.
apushfit.

CorrectAnsweris. aninterferencefit.

Explanation. BL/6145.1.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Inspectionofbearingsisnormallycarriedout.

OptionA.
insitu.
OptionB.
whendismantled.

OptionC.
whenremovedfromanassembly.
CorrectAnsweris. insitu.
Explanation. BL/6146.2.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Damagetotheshieldofabearingshouldresultin.

OptionA.
noaction.

OptionB.
replacementoftheshield.

OptionC.
rejectionofthebearing.

CorrectAnsweris. rejectionofthebearing.

Explanation. BL/6146.2.1(iii).

QuestionNumber.
19.
Awatermarkonabearingindicates.

OptionA.
bearingrunningdry.
OptionB.
intergranularcorrosion.

OptionC.
lackoflubrication.
CorrectAnsweris. intergranularcorrosion.

Explanation. Intergranularcorrosion(onsomestainlesssteels)lookslikeathinlineonthesurfaceofthemetalknownaswater
stain.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Needlebearingsresist.

OptionA.
radialandaxialload.
OptionB.
axialloadonly.

OptionC.
radialloadonly.

CorrectAnsweris. radialloadonly.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Whensilicagelhasabsorbedmoisturethecolourchangesto.

OptionA.
pink.
OptionB.
white.
OptionC.
blue.
CorrectAnsweris. pink.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet18Page3.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Athrustbearingisdesignedsothat.

OptionA.
ittransmitsradialloads,thereforelimitingaxialmovement.
OptionB.
ittransmitsaxialloads,thereforelimitingradialmovement.
OptionC.
ittransmitsaxialloads,thereforelimitingaxialmovement.
CorrectAnsweris. ittransmitsaxialloads,thereforelimitingaxialmovement.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Lubricationofrollerbearingsandneedlebearingsare.

OptionA.
atlowpressureviaatube.

OptionB.
underpressure.

OptionC.
byhand.

CorrectAnsweris. byhand.

Explanation. Butitdependswhattypeoflubricantisusedandthebearingapplication.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Silicagelisusedformoisturecontrolduringstorage,whenserviceableitiscoloured.

OptionA.
blue.
OptionB.
white.
OptionC.
pink.
CorrectAnsweris. blue.
Explanation. NIL.

09.Transmissions.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Howdoyoucheckachainforelongation?.

OptionA.
Applyaload,measurechainanduse5%maxformulatocheckextension.
OptionB.
Applyaload,measurechainanduse2%maxformulatocheckextension.
OptionC.
Hangthechainunderitsownweight,measurechainanduse2%maxformulatocheckextension.
CorrectAnsweris. Applyaload,measurechainanduse2%maxformulatocheckextension.
Explanation. CAAIPSLeaflet54para6.3.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Howdoyoustoreachain?.

OptionA.
Oiledandcoiledingreaseproofpaper.

OptionB.
Layuncoiledandflatingreaseproofpaper.
OptionC.
Hangedsotheydonotkink.
CorrectAnsweris. Oiledandcoiledingreaseproofpaper.

Explanation. CAAIPsleaflet54para6.7.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Epicyclicgearsareusedon.

OptionA.
shaftsrotatingonaxis90degreesfromeachother.
OptionB.
shaftsrotatingonthesameaxis.

OptionC.
shaftsrotatingonoffsetaxis.
CorrectAnsweris. shaftsrotatingonthesameaxis.

Explanation. Aturbopropreductiongearboxisagoodexampleofanepicyclicgearsystem.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whatisthepurposeoftheguard,whereacontrolchaingoesaroundasprocket?.

OptionA.
Stopsthechaincomingoffifitgoesslack.
OptionB.
Protectspersonnelwhencarryingoutmaintenance.
OptionC.
Preventsentryofforeignbodies.

CorrectAnsweris. Stopsthechaincomingoffifitgoesslack.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Wormdrivesoperateinshaftswhichare.

OptionA.
90degreestoeachotherandinadifferingplane.
OptionB.
90degreestoeachotherandinthesameplane.

OptionC.
paralleltoeachotherandinthesameplane.
CorrectAnsweris. 90degreestoeachotherandinadifferingplane.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Thepatternofagearisthe.

OptionA.
thepaththeytakewhenthegearisrotating.
OptionB.
profileofthegearteeth.

OptionC.
markitleavesonamatinggear.

CorrectAnsweris. markitleavesonamatinggear.

Explanation. Thetestinvolvespaintingthesurfaceofageartooththenrunningthegear,theninspectingthe'pattern'wornintothe
paintedsurface.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Howisthechangeindirectionofacontrolchain,intwoplanes,achieved?.

OptionA.
Byusingapulley.

OptionB.
Byusingbiplanerblocks.
OptionC.
Byusingspringclips.
CorrectAnsweris. Byusingbiplanerblocks.
Explanation. AL/32Figure4.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Howisanonreversiblechaindifferentfromanormalchain?.
OptionA.
Byuseofachainguard.

OptionB.
Everysecondouterplateisextendedinonedirection.

OptionC.
Differentendfittings.
CorrectAnsweris. Everysecondouterplateisextendedinonedirection.

Explanation. AL/32.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Whennotunderloadwhereshouldapairofgearssit?.
OptionA.
Inthemiddle.
OptionB.
Onthetoe.

OptionC.
Ontheheel.
CorrectAnsweris. Inthemiddle.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Forapairofgearstooperateproperly,theymusthave.
OptionA.
lashandpattern.

OptionB.
endplayandthrust.
OptionC.
patternandprofile.
CorrectAnsweris. lashandpattern.

Explanation. SeeJeppesenHelicopterMaintenance.

QuestionNumber.
11.
Theteethonthesmallerwheelofabevelgeararecalledthe.

OptionA.
heel.
OptionB.
toe.

OptionC.
foot.
CorrectAnsweris. toe.

Explanation. SeeJeppesenHelicopterMaintenance.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Thecorrectmeshingofgearsisfoundbyobservingthemarksmadeduringagearmeshtest.Onwhat
partofthetoothshouldthemarksbe?.

OptionA.
Top.
OptionB.
Bottom.

OptionC.
Middle.

CorrectAnsweris. Middle.

Explanation. SeeJeppesenHelicopterMaintenance.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Whattypeofgearwouldbeusedonapropellerreductiongearbox?.

OptionA.
Splitepicyclic.
OptionB.
Bevel.
OptionC.
Epicyclic.

CorrectAnsweris. Epicyclic.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Wherewouldyoufindtheinspectionintervalforchains?.

OptionA.
Overhaulmanual.

OptionB.
Maintenanceschedule.

OptionC.
Maintenancemanual.
CorrectAnsweris. Maintenanceschedule.

Explanation. TimeintervalsareonlyintheMaintenanceSchedule.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Afeatherkeylocatesagearonashaftandpermits.

OptionA.
positivedriveandaxialmovement.
OptionB.
positivedrivewiththegearfirmlylocked.
OptionC.
apositiveandstrongdrivefortransmissions.
CorrectAnsweris. positivedriveandaxialmovement.
Explanation. Afeatherkeyallowsaxialmovement.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Awormdrivecreates.

OptionA.
adrivein2planesandtransmitsbothdirections.

OptionB.
adrivein1planebuttransmitsbothdirections.

OptionC.
adrivein2planesbuttransmits1directiononly.
CorrectAnsweris. adrivein2planesbuttransmits1directiononly.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Theteethofagearwouldnormallybe.

OptionA.
nitrided.

OptionB.
tempered.

OptionC.
casehardened.
CorrectAnsweris. casehardened.
Explanation. Hardeningrightthroughthegearteethwouldmakethembrittleandtendtobreak.

QuestionNumber.
18.
Ifachainisremovedforroutinemaintenance.

OptionA.
itmustbeproofcheckedtofullload.
OptionB.
itmustbeproofcheckedtomaxload.

OptionC.
itdoesnothavetobeproofchecked.
CorrectAnsweris. itdoesnothavetobeproofchecked.
Explanation. AL/326.6.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Ongearteeth,thewearpatternshouldbe.
OptionA.
themiddleofthetoothmostworn.
OptionB.
evenfromtoptobottom.

OptionC.
thetopedgemostworn.

CorrectAnsweris. themiddleofthetoothmostworn.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Onbevelgearteeth,thewearpatternshouldbe.
OptionA.
atthecentreofthetooth.

OptionB.
greatestattheheel,leastatthetoe.
OptionC.
greatestatthetoe,taperingofftotheheel.
CorrectAnsweris. atthecentreofthetooth.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Bevelgearsare.

OptionA.
allovercasehardened.

OptionB.
heelishardened.

OptionC.
toeishardened.

CorrectAnsweris. allovercasehardened.

Explanation. Bevelgearsareallovercasehardened.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Achainischeckedforstifflinksby.

OptionA.
hangingbyhandbymeasureandsight.

OptionB.
stretchingoutandmeasuring.
OptionC.
runningthechainoverafingerby180degrees.

CorrectAnsweris. runningthechainoverafingerby180degrees.

Explanation. AL/326.4.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Duringaninspectionintervalonesegmentofalongchainisfoundtobedefective,thesolutiontothisis
to.

OptionA.
replace3segmenteithersideofthedeficiency.

OptionB.
replacethewholechain.

OptionC.
replacetheparticularsegmentandruncomponentstocheckforserviceability.

CorrectAnsweris. replacethewholechain.

Explanation. Thechaincannotberepaired.Itmustbereplaced.Leaflet54.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Theteethofagearwouldnormallybe.

OptionA.
tempered.

OptionB.
casehardened.
OptionC.
nitrided.

CorrectAnsweris. casehardened.
Explanation. Theteethofageararenormallycasehardenedbyflamecoolingandwatersprayquenching.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Nonreversiblechainscan.

OptionA.
onlybemovedinonedirection.

OptionB.
onlybefittedinonedirection.

OptionC.
notbefittedthroughpressurebulkheads.

CorrectAnsweris. onlybefittedinonedirection.

Explanation. Leaflet544.3.2.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Thelargediameteronabevelgeariscalledthe.
OptionA.
foot.
OptionB.
toe.

OptionC.
heel.
CorrectAnsweris. heel.
Explanation. Thelargediameteristheheel,thesmalldiameteristhetoe.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Howdoyoucheckachainforelongation?.
OptionA.
Layflatonatable,applytensileloadandmeasure.
OptionB.
Adjusttheendfittings.

OptionC.
Hangchainup,checksightlineandmeasure.

CorrectAnsweris. Layflatonatable,applytensileloadandmeasure.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet54para6.3.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Driveplanesonanepicyclicgearare.
OptionA.
aroundacommonaxisoftheplane.
OptionB.
atdifferentanglestotheplane.

OptionC.
atrightanglestotheplane.
CorrectAnsweris. aroundacommonaxisoftheplane.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Comparedwiththespurgears,spiralgearshave.
OptionA.
havemechanicaladvantages.
OptionB.
lessstressconcentrationongears.
OptionC.
morewearresistance.

CorrectAnsweris. lessstressconcentrationongears.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Theclutchwhichcanoverrunthedrivingmember,isknownas.
OptionA.
overloadclutches.

OptionB.
noslipclutches.

OptionC.
freewheelclutches.
CorrectAnsweris. freewheelclutches.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Agearsystem,orgeartrain,ismadeupofgearsthatare.

OptionA.
drivenanddriver.

OptionB.
idler.
OptionC.
driven,driverandidler.

CorrectAnsweris. driven,driverandidler.

Explanation. NIL.

10.ControlCables.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whenisaturnbucklenotinsafety?.

OptionA.
Whenasmalldiameterwirecanbepassedthroughtheinspectionhole.

OptionB.
Whenyoucanseedaylightthroughthehole.
OptionC.
Whenawireofthesamediameterastheinspectionholecanbepassedthrough.
CorrectAnsweris. Whenawireofthesamediameterastheinspectionholecanbepassedthrough.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Howdoyoucheckaturnbuckleisinsafety?.

OptionA.
Usetheinspectionholeorcountthethreadsshowing.

OptionB.
Ensurethattheturnbucklecannotbeturnedbyhand.

OptionC.
Makesurenothreadsareshowingateitherendoftheturnbuckle.
CorrectAnsweris. Usetheinspectionholeorcountthethreadsshowing.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Britishaircraftcablesareclassifiedbytheir.

OptionA.
breakingloadinhundredweights.

OptionB.
breakingloadsinlbf,where1lbf=4.448N.
OptionC.
diameterandbreakingloadinHundredweights.

CorrectAnsweris. breakingloadinhundredweights.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Cablesarepreferredtoothercontrolsystemsbecause.

OptionA.
singlebraidallowsfor2waydirections.

OptionB.
theyarestrongandlight.

OptionC.
theymaintainslightmechanicaladvantageoverpush/pullsystems.
CorrectAnsweris. theyarestrongandlight.

Explanation. Cablecontrolsystemsarestrongandlight.JeppesenA&PAirframeHandbookPg.143.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Turnbuckles,dependingontype,arelockedby.

OptionA.
stiffnuts.

OptionB.
locknutsandwire.

OptionC.
castleatednutsandsplitpins.
CorrectAnsweris. locknutsandwire.

Explanation. AC43743.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Cabletensionismaintainedby.

OptionA.
agrommet.
OptionB.
acabletensionregulator.

OptionC.
afairlead.

CorrectAnsweris. acabletensionregulator.

Explanation. Acabletensionregulatormaintainscabletension.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Tocorrectlytensioncablesitcanhelpto.

OptionA.
takeupinitialslackbyadditionalpulleys.
OptionB.
havecontrolsurfacelocksintosupportweightandadjustturnbucklesequally.

OptionC.
useacablerunwithturnbucklesatleasteveryeightfeet.
CorrectAnsweris. havecontrolsurfacelocksintosupportweightandadjustturnbucklesequally.
Explanation. AL/37.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Britishturnbucklesarecheckedforsafetyby.

OptionA.
attemptingtopassahardenedpinprobethroughtheinspectionhole.

OptionB.
attemptingtopasslockingwirethroughthehole.
OptionC.
lookingthroughtheholeandcheckingforthreadsshowing.
CorrectAnsweris. attemptingtopassahardenedpinprobethroughtheinspectionhole.

Explanation. CAIPsAL/37.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Turnbucklesarecorrectlyfittedwhen.

OptionA.
bothrodsareseentotouchintheinspectionhole.
OptionB.
bothrodsenterthebarrelbythesameamount.

OptionC.
theinspectionholeisblindortherequirednumberofthreadsareshowing.

CorrectAnsweris. theinspectionholeisblindortherequirednumberofthreadsareshowing.
Explanation. AC437166.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Howisthediameterofacablemeasured?.

OptionA.
Diameterofonewiremultipliedbythenumberofwires.
OptionB.
Overalldiameter.

OptionC.
Diameterofonewireonly.
CorrectAnsweris. Overalldiameter.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
11.
9*16cableis.

OptionA.
9strandsof16wires.
OptionB.
9cableshaving16turnsperinch.

OptionC.
cablesize9/16inchdiameter.
CorrectAnsweris. 9strandsof16wires.
Explanation. BL/6242.2.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Turnbucklesareusedto.

OptionA.
jointhetwoendsofthecable.

OptionB.
adjustmajortensiononthecable.

OptionC.
adjustminortensiononthecable.

CorrectAnsweris. adjustminortensiononthecable.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Aturnbuckleisinsafetywhen.

OptionA.
thecolouronthethreadsisshowing.

OptionB.
itislockwired.
OptionC.
thewitnessholeiscoveredortheamountofthreadsshowingatthecableendisinaccordancewiththeMaintenance
Manual.

CorrectAnsweris. thewitnessholeiscoveredortheamountofthreadsshowingatthecableendisinaccordancewiththe
MaintenanceManual.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Aturnbucklecanbesafetiedby.

OptionA.
teflonlocknuts.

OptionB.
locknutsandsafetywirelocking.

OptionC.
doesn'trequiretobesafetylocked.
CorrectAnsweris. locknutsandsafetywirelocking.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Springlockingclipsforturnbucklescanbeusedon.

OptionA.
noflyingcontrolcables.

OptionB.
allflyingcontrolcables.

OptionC.
onlyontrimcontrolcables.
CorrectAnsweris. allflyingcontrolcables.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
16.
Whatisthesmallholeonaswagedturnbucklefor?.

OptionA.
Tocheckformoisturedeposits.

OptionB.
Tocheckifcorrectamountofcablehasbeeninsertedbeforeswaging.

OptionC.
Toalloytheturnbuckletobewirelocked.
CorrectAnsweris. Tocheckifcorrectamountofcablehasbeeninsertedbeforeswaging.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Whencheckingthesafetyofturnbucklesyoushouldusewhat?.

OptionA.
Visualcheck.
OptionB.
Wirethesamediameterastheinspectionhole.

OptionC.
Wiresmallerthaninspectionhole.
CorrectAnsweris. Wirethesamediameterastheinspectionhole.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
18.
CableminimumbreakagestrainforBritishandAmericanismeasuredby.
OptionA.
hundredweightforBritish,c.s.a.andpoundsforAmerican.
OptionB.
hundredweightforBritish,c.s.a.hundredweightforAmerican.

OptionC.
poundsforboth.

CorrectAnsweris. hundredweightforBritish,c.s.a.andpoundsforAmerican.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet212Table1isBritish,Table2isAmerican.

QuestionNumber.
19.
Ifapulleyshowssignsofwearononeside.

OptionA.
thecableistootightlytensed.
OptionB.
thepulleyistoolargeforthecable.
OptionC.
thecableismisaligned.

CorrectAnsweris. thecableismisaligned.

Explanation. JeppersonA&PTechnicianAirframeTextbookpage145,figure184.

QuestionNumber.
20.
A7x7cablehassevenstrandseachof.

OptionA.
fourteenwires.
OptionB.
sevenwires.
OptionC.
onewire.

CorrectAnsweris. sevenwires.
Explanation. JeppersonA&PTechnicianAirframeTextbookpage141.

QuestionNumber.
21.
Cablestopsaremanufacturedfrom.

OptionA.
stainlesssteel.
OptionB.
copper.
OptionC.
magnesiumalloy.

CorrectAnsweris. copper.
Explanation. AC437148eP.733.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Pulleysaremanufacturedfrom.

OptionA.
brassandphenolicresin.

OptionB.
tungumandhightensilesteel.
OptionC.
stainlesssteelandnylon.

CorrectAnsweris. brassandphenolicresin.

Explanation. PhenolicresinalsoknownasMicartaorTufnol.

QuestionNumber.
23.
InaTeleflexflexiblecontrolsystem,theTeleflexcableconsistsof.

OptionA.
multistrandsteelwiresandisusedprimarilyasasingleonewaydeviceoperatedfromacontrollever.
OptionB.
ahightensilesteelwirewitharightorlefthandhelixwirewoundontoit.Thesystemcanoperateintwodirections.
OptionC.
aflexiblesevenornineteenstrandsteelcableusedfortheoperationofmanualflyingcontrols.
CorrectAnsweris. ahightensilesteelwirewitharightorlefthandhelixwirewoundontoit.Thesystemcanoperateintwo
directions.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Acabletensionregulatorwillbeinstalledinaflyingcontrolsystemto.

OptionA.
automaticallycompensateforlowcabletensioncausedbyworncables.
OptionB.
compensateforrapidmovementofthecontrolsbytakinguptheslack.

OptionC.
allowforvariationsintemperaturewhichwillvarythecabletension.

CorrectAnsweris. allowforvariationsintemperaturewhichwillvarythecabletension.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Aircraftflyingcontrolcablesarenormallyclassifiedbythe.

OptionA.
circumferenceofthecableandoveralllength.

OptionB.
numberofstrandsitcontainsandthenumberofwiresineachstrand.

OptionC.
minimumbreakingloadorthediameterininches.
CorrectAnsweris. minimumbreakingloadorthediameterininches.
Explanation. BritishcablesareclassifiedbytheminimumbreakingloadAmericancablesbydiameter(only).

QuestionNumber.
26.
7*7cablehassevenstrandedwireseachwith.

OptionA.
7wires.

OptionB.
14wires.

OptionC.
49wires.

CorrectAnsweris. 7wires.

Explanation. 7strandsmake1wire.7Wiresmake1cable.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Tensionregulatorsonaeroplaneswithfullymetalbodiesareusedto.

OptionA.
setupthenecessarytension.
OptionB.
maintainthenecessarytension.

OptionC.
relaxthetensionincoldconditions.
CorrectAnsweris. maintainthenecessarytension.

Explanation. Tensionissetupbyadjustmentsoftheturnbucklesandtensionregulatorskeeptensionthesameovervarying
opperatingtemperatures.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Whatisthesmallestsizecablethatmaybeusedinaircraftprimarycontrolsystems?.
OptionA.
5/16inch.

OptionB.
1/4inch.

OptionC.
1/8inch.

CorrectAnsweris. 1/8inch.

Explanation. CFR23.689.

QuestionNumber.
29.
Howarechangesindirectionofacontrolcableaccomplished?.

OptionA.
Bellcranks.
OptionB.
Fairleads.

OptionC.
Pulleys.

CorrectAnsweris. Pulleys.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
30.
Aflightcontrolcableisreplacedif.

OptionA.
singlewiresareblendedtogether.

OptionB.
theprotectivefluidcoatingismissing.

OptionC.
awireis20%worn.
CorrectAnsweris. singlewiresareblendedtogether.

Explanation. AC437149g.

11.ElectricalCablesandConnectors.

QuestionNumber.
1.
A14gaugecablewhencomparedtoan18gaugecablehas.

OptionA.
thesamecurrentrating.

OptionB.
highercurrentrating.
OptionC.
lowercurrentrating.
CorrectAnsweris. highercurrentrating.
Explanation. A14gaugecableisthickerthanan18gaugecable.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Inafrontreleaseconnector,thepinwillbe.

OptionA.
releasedfromthefrontandextractedfromtherear.
OptionB.
releasedfromrearandextractedfromthefront.

OptionC.
releasedfromthefrontandextractedfromthefront.
CorrectAnsweris. releasedfromthefrontandextractedfromtherear.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet938.3.2.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Aninterconnectcablehaswhatinsulation?.

OptionA.
samethicknessasairframecable.

OptionB.
thickerthanairframecable.
OptionC.
thinnerthanairframecable.
CorrectAnsweris. thinnerthanairframecable.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Whyisthegroundsideofanelectricalpowerconductorusuallyconnectedtoamaleconnector?.
OptionA.
Tomakeinstallationoftheconnectoreasier.
OptionB.
Toreducethechanceofanaccidentalshort.
OptionC.
Toreducethechanceofcorrosionaffectingthepins.

CorrectAnsweris. Toreducethechanceofanaccidentalshort.
Explanation. JeppersonA&PTechnicianAirframetextbookCh761.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Maximumtemperatureoftincoatedcoppercableis.

OptionA.
200C.

OptionB.
260C.

OptionC.
105C.

CorrectAnsweris. 105C.

Explanation. Normally130C.Thisfigureof105Cisforoldobsoletecables.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Plugpinsarenumbered.

OptionA.
fromtheoutsideinclockwise.

OptionB.
fromtheinsideoutclockwise.

OptionC.
fromtheinsideoutanticlockwise.
CorrectAnsweris. fromtheinsideoutclockwise.

Explanation. PallettAircraftElectricalSystemsPg91.Thisshouldbechallenged,astherearemanydifferenttypesandmany
differentnumberingsystems.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Equipmentwire.

OptionA.
isflexibleandsuitableforsoldering.
OptionB.
canbeusedforinterconnectwiring.
OptionC.
hasthickerinsulationthaninterconnectwire.
CorrectAnsweris. isflexibleandsuitableforsoldering.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Inthewiringcodeshown,whatdoesthenumber6(4thnumberfromtheleft)represent?1EF6B22NMS
V.

OptionA.
Cablenumber.
OptionB.
Circuitfunction.

OptionC.
Cablesize.

CorrectAnsweris. Cablenumber.
Explanation. EEL/319.1.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Analuminiumoxidelayeronaconductorwilldowhatwhenthetemperatureisincreased?.

OptionA.
Remainthesame.

OptionB.
Becomethicker.

OptionC.
Becomethinner.

CorrectAnsweris. Becomethicker.

Explanation. Oxidesofmetalsalwaysbecomethickerwithelevatedtemperatures.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Whatisacoaxialcable?.

OptionA.
Asingleconductor.
OptionB.
Twoormoreconductors.

OptionC.
Atwistedpairofconductors.
CorrectAnsweris. Twoormoreconductors.

Explanation. Acoaxialcableisasingleshieldedcable.ButPalletts'sAircraftElectricalsystemsdescribesitas'twoormoreseparate
conductors'Page86.Sometimestheoutershieldingisconsideredaconductor(andsometimescarriessignal).

QuestionNumber.
11.
'X'onanelectricalcableindicates.

OptionA.
emergencypower.

OptionB.
ACpower.

OptionC.
controlsystem.

CorrectAnsweris. ACpower.

Explanation. X'indicatesACpower.

QuestionNumber.
12.
Whatmustyoubecarefulwithahotstampedcable?.

OptionA.
Corrosion.

OptionB.
Peelingoftheinsulation.

OptionC.
Wetarctracking.

CorrectAnsweris. Wetarctracking.

Explanation. Hotstampinghasbeenknowntocausewetarctracking.CAAIPsLeaflet115Para.8.2.

QuestionNumber.
13.
Whatistheeffectofaluminiumoxideonaluminiumelectricalcable?.
OptionA.
Insulates.

OptionB.
Reducesresistance.
OptionC.
Providesstrength.

CorrectAnsweris. Insulates.

Explanation. Allmetaloxidesareinsulators.

QuestionNumber.
14.
Whatamperageisan18swgcable?.

OptionA.
1amp.
OptionB.
10amp.

OptionC.
5amp.
CorrectAnsweris. 10amp.

Explanation. 18swgisa10ampcable.

QuestionNumber.
15.
Acoaxialcableisbetterthananormalcablebecause.

OptionA.
thereisanelectrostaticfieldarounditwhichhelpstoreducetheelectromagneticfield.
OptionB.
weightforweightitcancarrymoresignal.
OptionC.
ithaslessresistance.
CorrectAnsweris. thereisanelectrostaticfieldarounditwhichhelpstoreducetheelectromagneticfield.
Explanation. Theshieldinginacoaxialcableconvertstheelectromagneticfieldintoelectricalenergy.


QuestionNumber.
16.
Whatisthedangerifasilvercoatedconnectorcomesintocontactwithglycoldeicingfluid.
OptionA.
Firehazard.
OptionB.
Corrosion.

OptionC.
Wetarctracking.

CorrectAnsweris. Firehazard.
Explanation. Silvercoatedconnectorsandglycoldeicingfluidisafirehazard.CAAIPs.

QuestionNumber.
17.
Whensilvercoatedconnectorsareusedinunpressurisedpartsoftheaircraft.

OptionA.
wettrackarcingcanoccur.
OptionB.
separationofthecoatingcanoccur.
OptionC.
corrosioncanoccur.
CorrectAnsweris. corrosioncanoccur.
Explanation. RedPlague.CAAIPsLeaflet115Para.8.7.

QuestionNumber.
18.
TheconductorinTersilcableis.

OptionA.
stainlesssteel.
OptionB.
nickelplatedcopper.
OptionC.
tinnedcopper.
CorrectAnsweris. nickelplatedcopper.
Explanation. Theconductorintersilcableisnickelplatedcopper.PallettAircraftElectricalSystemsPage83.

QuestionNumber.
19.
AcableismarkedNYVIN22.The22representsthe.

OptionA.
current/weightratio.
OptionB.
crosssectionalarea.
OptionC.
currentrating.
CorrectAnsweris. crosssectionalarea.

Explanation. The22representsthecrosssectionalarea.EEL/932.

QuestionNumber.
20.
Copperisaninferiorconductortoaluminiumwhencomparing.

OptionA.
weightforweight.

OptionB.
CSAwithCSA.

OptionC.
loadforload.
CorrectAnsweris. weightforweight.

Explanation. Aluminiumisbetterthancopperwhenyoucompareweighttoweight(CSA=crosssectionalarea).

QuestionNumber.
21.
Silverplatedcopperwirehasamaximumworkingtempof.

OptionA.
250C.

OptionB.
300C.

OptionC.
200C.

CorrectAnsweris. 200C.

Explanation. Leaflet1157.2.1.

QuestionNumber.
22.
Foranelectricalcabletobefireproofitmustbeabletostand1100Cfor.

OptionA.
20mins.

OptionB.
10mins.

OptionC.
15mins.

CorrectAnsweris. 15mins.

Explanation. Fireproof15minutes,fireresistant5minutes.Leaflet1155.5.

QuestionNumber.
23.
Oxideonexposedsilverplatedwiresis.

OptionA.
noncorrosive.
OptionB.
aconductor.

OptionC.
aninsulator.
CorrectAnsweris. aninsulator.
Explanation. Anymetaloxideisaninsulator.Leaflet115.

QuestionNumber.
24.
Onarearinsertplugthetoolisusedto.

OptionA.
insertthepinsfromthefrontandextractedfromtherear.
OptionB.
insertthepinsfromtherearandextractfromthefront.

OptionC.
insertthepinsfromtherearandextractfromtherear.

CorrectAnsweris. insertthepinsfromtherearandextractfromtherear.

Explanation. Allelectricalpinsareinsertedfromtherear.Thedifferenceishowtheyareremoved.

QuestionNumber.
25.
Nickelcoatedcablestemperaturerangeis.

OptionA.
200to250C.

OptionB.
150to200C.

OptionC.
100to150C.

CorrectAnsweris. 200to250C.

Explanation. Tincoatedcopper135C.Silvercoatedcopper200C.Nickelcoatedcopper260C.CAAIPsLeaflet115
Para.7.2.

QuestionNumber.
26.
Aluminiumwiringwhenflexedwill.

OptionA.
haveahigherresistance.

OptionB.
havenoeffect.
OptionC.
workhardenandembrittle.
CorrectAnsweris. workhardenandembrittle.
Explanation. Flexingaluminiumwirewillworkhardenit.CAAIPsLeaflet93.

QuestionNumber.
27.
Afootoperatedhydraulicswagingtoolsischeckedforfluidlevel.

OptionA.
vertically.

OptionB.
horizontally.
OptionC.
onlywhenoperatingpressureisreached.

CorrectAnsweris. horizontally.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
28.
Onahydraulicswagingtool,theswageisformedwhen.

OptionA.
thebypassvalveclosesandramisneutrallyloaded.
OptionB.
thebypassvalveopensandramisneutrallyloaded.
OptionC.
swagepressureisreachedonthegauge.

CorrectAnsweris. thebypassvalveopensandramisneutrallyloaded.
Explanation. Leaflet93Para.7.5.7e(iii).

QuestionNumber.
29.
Interferenceinribboncablescanbepreventedby.

OptionA.
theuseofacommonearthreturnbetweensignalwiresinthecable.
OptionB.
groundingalternatewiressothatsignalwiresareneveradjacent.
OptionC.
usingalternatereturnwiressothatthecabledifferencescanceleachotherout.

CorrectAnsweris. groundingalternatewiressothatsignalwiresareneveradjacent.
Explanation. An80wireribboncable,40ofthemwillbegroundedtothemetalconnectorateachend.Theconnectorwillbe40pin.

QuestionNumber.
30.
H.T.leadsare.

OptionA.
multistrand,singlecore,screened.
OptionB.
singlestrand,singlecore,screened.
OptionC.
multistrand,multicore,screened.
CorrectAnsweris. multistrand,singlecore,screened.
Explanation. MostHTleadsaremultistrandsinglecore.

QuestionNumber.
31.
Ifthecrosssectionalareaofacableisincreased,whatwillhappentothevoltagedrop?.
OptionA.
Decrease.

OptionB.
Increase.

OptionC.
Staythesame.
CorrectAnsweris. Decrease.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
32.
Thecrosssectionalareaofacoppercrimpbarrelis.

OptionA.
largerthananaluminiumone.

OptionB.
smallerthananaluminiumone.

OptionC.
sameasanaluminiumone.
CorrectAnsweris. smallerthananaluminiumone.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
33.
Electricalcableonaircraftismainlymadefromcopperbecause.

OptionA.
itofferslowresistancetocurrentflow.

OptionB.
itmoremalleable.

OptionC.
itdoesnotoxidise.
CorrectAnsweris. itofferslowresistancetocurrentflow.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
34.
Whencrimping,whatchapterintheATAsystemshouldyoureferto?.

OptionA.
20.

OptionB.
24.

OptionC.
12.

CorrectAnsweris. 20.

Explanation. Chapter20is'StandardPractices'.

QuestionNumber.
35.
Interconnectcables.

OptionA.
employthinnerinsulationthanairframetypes.

OptionB.
areusedforequipmentwireintheunifiedsystem.
OptionC.
arethecablethroughtheMECtotheengine.
CorrectAnsweris. employthinnerinsulationthanairframetypes.

Explanation. CAAIPSLeaflet115.4.3.

QuestionNumber.
36.
Thefirststepforthecoaxialcabletoattachtotheendfittingis.

OptionA.
useatoolingholdbetweentheassemblyandcable.
OptionB.
theoutercoveringiscutbacktoexposethebraidedouterconductors.

OptionC.
backofftheinsulatorandconnectwithconductor.
CorrectAnsweris. theoutercoveringiscutbacktoexposethebraidedouterconductors.

Explanation. AircraftElectricalSystems3rdeditionbyEHJPalletChap4pg87.

QuestionNumber.
37.
Afireresistantcablemustmaintainadequateinsulationinafirefor.

OptionA.
10minutes.
OptionB.
5minutes.

OptionC.
30minutes.
CorrectAnsweris. 5minutes.

Explanation. CAAIPsleaflet115,page5,paragraph4.5(notethedifferencefroma'Fireproof'cablepara4.6).

QuestionNumber.
38.
Whensilvercoatedconnectorsareusedinunpressurisedpartsoftheaircraft.
OptionA.
wettrackarcingcanoccur.

OptionB.
redplaguecanoccur.
OptionC.
separationofthecoatingcanoccur.
CorrectAnsweris. redplaguecanoccur.
Explanation. RedPlague.CAAIPsLeaflet115Para.8.7.

QuestionNumber.
39.
Knucklingisaproblemonearlieraircraftcablesdueto.

OptionA.
hotstampingofcables.

OptionB.
toomuchflux.
OptionC.
wiresbeingpulledthroughtoohard.
CorrectAnsweris. wiresbeingpulledthroughtoohard.
Explanation. Externaldocument. http://www.caa.co.uk/docs/33/AIL0140.PDF

QuestionNumber.
40.
Cablecurrentratingsarebasedonaconductortemperatureriseof40Candifthemaximumdesign
ambienttemperatureiscontinuouslyexceededtheyshouldbe.

OptionA.
multipliedbythe'K'factor.
OptionB.
dividebythe'K'factor.

OptionC.
halved.
CorrectAnsweris. multipliedbythe'K'factor.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
41.
Whichofthefollowingtypesofelectricalwireislikelytobeusedforconnectionofthermocouples
aroundthejetpipeofaturbineengine?.

OptionA.
Nyvin.
OptionB.
Tersil.
OptionC.
Fepsil.
CorrectAnsweris. Fepsil.
Explanation. AircraftElectricalSystemsPallettPage83/4.

QuestionNumber.
42.
Themainreasonwhycrimpedjointsarepreferabletosolderedjointsis.
OptionA.
thequalityofcrimpedjointswillbeconstant.

OptionB.
nofluxisneeded.

OptionC.
thereisnoheatrequired.

CorrectAnsweris. thereisnoheatrequired.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
43.
Inthecableidentification'2P215A28N'thepositionoftheletterPindicates.
OptionA.
thatitisaPneumaticssystemcable.
OptionB.
thecircuitfunction.
OptionC.
whichsegmentthecableisin.

CorrectAnsweris. thecircuitfunction.
Explanation. CAAIPsLeaflet93para9.

QuestionNumber.
44.
Crimpingterminalsarecolourcoded.Thecolourindicates.

OptionA.
thetypeofcrimpingtooltobeusedonly.
OptionB.
thewiresizetobeusedwiththatcrimponly.
OptionC.
boththecrimpingtoolandthesizeofthewiretobeused.
CorrectAnsweris. boththecrimpingtoolandthesizeofthewiretobeused.
Explanation. AC6515AA&PMech.Airframehandbookpage449.

QuestionNumber.
45.
A14SWGelectricalcablewhencomparedtoa18SWGcablecancarry.
OptionA.
lesscurrent.
OptionB.
thesamecurrent.

OptionC.
morecurrent.

CorrectAnsweris. morecurrent.
Explanation. 14SWGisabiggercrosssectionalareathan18SWG.

QuestionNumber.
46.
Coaxialcablesareused.

OptionA.
astheyareabletohandlehighcurrent.

OptionB.
asthefieldsduetocurrentflowintheinnerandoutercanceleachotherout.

OptionC.
astheyproduceanelectrostaticfieldaroundthemwhichpreventsHIRFinterference.

CorrectAnsweris. asthefieldsduetocurrentflowintheinnerandoutercanceleachotherout.

Explanation. AircraftElectricalSystem3rdeditinByEHJPalletlastparaonpg86.

QuestionNumber.
47.
Directremovalconnectorpinsarefittedfromtherear.

OptionA.
arefittedfromthefrontbutremovedfromtherear.
OptionB.
andremovedfromtherear.
OptionC.
andremovedfromthefront.
CorrectAnsweris. andremovedfromtherear.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
48.
Wheninstallingcoaxialcable,itshouldbesecuredalongitsentirelength.

OptionA.
at2footintervals.

OptionB.
at1footintervals.

OptionC.
whereverthecablesags.

CorrectAnsweris. at2footintervals.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
49.
Whichofthefollowingfactorsmustbetakenintoaccountwhendeterminingthewiresizetouseforan
aircraftinstallation?.

OptionA.
Allowablepowerloss,permissiblevoltagedrop,currentcarryingcapabilityoftheconductor,typeofload(continuous
orintermittent).

OptionB.
Mechanicalstrength,allowablepowerloss,resistanceofcurrentreturnpaththroughtheaircraftstructure,permissible
voltagedrop.
OptionC.
Allowablepowerloss,resistanceofcurrentreturnpaththroughtheaircraftstructure,currentcarryingcapabilityofthe
conductor,typeofload(continuousorintermittent).
CorrectAnsweris. Mechanicalstrength,allowablepowerloss,resistanceofcurrentreturnpaththroughtheaircraftstructure,
permissiblevoltagedrop.ORAllowablepowerloss,permissiblevoltagedrop,currentcarryingcapabilityoftheconductor,typeof
load(continuousorintermittent).

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
50.
Howshouldsplicesbearrangedifseveralaretobelocatedinanelectricalwirebundle?.

OptionA.
Enclosedinaconduit.
OptionB.
Groupedtogethertofacilitateinspection.

OptionC.
Staggeredalongthelengthofthecable.

CorrectAnsweris. Staggeredalongthelengthofthecable.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
51.
Whenapproved,splicesmaybeusedtorepairmanufacturedharnessesofinstalledwiring.The
maximumnumberofsplicespermittedbetweenanytwoconnectorsis.

OptionA.
two.
OptionB.
one.
OptionC.
three.
CorrectAnsweris. one.
Explanation. AC43para.11167(c).

QuestionNumber.
52.
ThemostcommonmethodofattachingapinorsockettoanindividualwireinanMSelectrical

connectorisby.

OptionA.
crimping.

OptionB.
soldering.

OptionC.
crimpingandsoldering.

CorrectAnsweris. crimping.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
53.
ThepinsectionofanAN/MSconnectorisnormallyinstalledon.

OptionA.
thepowersupplysideofthecircuit.
OptionB.
eithersideofacircuit(makesnodifference).
OptionC.
thegroundsideofthecircuit.
CorrectAnsweris. thegroundsideofthecircuit.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
54.
Theprimaryconsiderationswhenselectingelectriccablesizeare.

OptionA.
thevoltageandamperageoftheloaditmustcarry.
OptionB.
thesystemvoltageandcablelength.
OptionC.
currentcarryingcapacityandallowablevoltagedrop.

CorrectAnsweris. currentcarryingcapacityandallowablevoltagedrop.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
55.
Howdoestheroutingofcoaxialcablesdifferfromtheroutingofelectricalwires?.
OptionA.
Coaxialcablesareroutedatrightanglestostringersandribs.

OptionB.
Coaxialcablesareroutedasdirectlyaspossible.

OptionC.
Coaxialcablesareroutedparallelwithstringersandribs.
CorrectAnsweris. Coaxialcablesareroutedasdirectlyaspossible.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
56.
ThesocketsectionofanAN/MSconnectorisnormallyinstalledon.

OptionA.
thepowersupplysideofthecircuit.
OptionB.
thegroundsideofthecircuit.
OptionC.
eithersideofacircuit(makesnodifference).
CorrectAnsweris. thepowersupplysideofthecircuit.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
57.
IntheAmericanWireGauge(AWG)systemofnumbersusedtodesignateelectricalwiresizes,the
numberassignedtoasizeisrelatedtoits.

OptionA.
crosssectionalarea.
OptionB.
combinedresistanceandcurrentcarryingcapacity.
OptionC.
currentcarryingcapacity.

CorrectAnsweris. crosssectionalarea.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
58.
Whereelectricalcablespassthroughholesinbulkheads,formers,ribs,firewallsetc.,thewiresshouldbe
protectedfromchafingby.

OptionA.
wrappingwithelectricaltape.
OptionB.
wrappingwithplastic.
OptionC.
usingasuitablegrommet.

CorrectAnsweris. usingasuitablegrommet.

Explanation. NIL.

12.

QuestionNumber.
1.
Whencarbonisfullydissolvedinironandthereforeuniformlydistributedinsolidsolution,the
metallurgicalstructureiscalled.

OptionA.
Ferrite.
OptionB.
Austenite.

OptionC.
Pearlite.

CorrectAnsweris. Austenite.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
2.
Whenonecarbonatomchemicallycombineswith3ironatoms,theresultiscalled.

OptionA.
Martensite.
OptionB.
Pearlite.

OptionC.
CementiteorIronCarbide.
CorrectAnsweris. CementiteorIronCarbide.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
3.
Cementitelaminatedwithferriteinalternatelayersproduces.

OptionA.
Ferrite/Iron.
OptionB.
Pearlite.

OptionC.
Martensite.
CorrectAnsweris. Pearlite.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
4.
Pearlitecombinesthepropertiesof.

OptionA.
martensiteandironcarbide.
OptionB.
cementiteandMartensite.

OptionC.
ferriteandcementite.
CorrectAnsweris. ferriteandcementite.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
5.
Theamountofcarbonnecessarytoproduceatotallypearliticstructureis.
OptionA.
1.0%.
OptionB.
0.83%.
OptionC.
1.83%.
CorrectAnsweris. 0.83%.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
6.
Thepropertiesofferriticmetalarethatitisboth.

OptionA.
strongwithoutbeingbrittle.
OptionB.
strongbuttoohardandbrittle.

OptionC.
softandweak.
CorrectAnsweris. softandweak.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
7.
Thepropertiesofcementitemetalarethatitisboth.

OptionA.
softandweak.
OptionB.
strongbuttoohardandbrittle.

OptionC.
strongwithoutbeingbrittle.
CorrectAnsweris. strongbuttoohardandbrittle.

Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
8.
Thepropertiesofpearliticmetalarethatitisboth.

OptionA.
softandweak.
OptionB.
strongwithoutbeingbrittle.

OptionC.
strongbuttooandhardandbrittle.
CorrectAnsweris. strongwithoutbeingbrittle.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
9.
Whenheatingastraightcarbonsteel,thereisahesitation(slightpause)inthetemperaturerisebeforeit
increasesafurther200oC.Thishesitationisknownasthe.

OptionA.
LowerCriticalPoint.
OptionB.
UpperCriticalPoint.
OptionC.
EutecticPoint.
CorrectAnsweris. LowerCriticalPoint.
Explanation. NIL.

QuestionNumber.
10.
Referringtoairon/carbonphasediagram,whentalkingaboutU.C.PandL.C.P,thepointwherethetwo
meetisknownasthe.

OptionA.
eutecticpoint.
OptionB.
hesitationpoint.

OptionC.
pointofnoreturn.

CorrectAnsweris. eutecticpoint.
Explanation. NIL.