AM1 STUDY FLUID POWER

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AM1 STUDY FLUID POWER
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  1. WHAT IS A MEASURE OF FLUIDS RESISTANCE TO FLOW?
    VISCOSITY
  2. THE INSTRUMENTS USED TO MEASURE THE VISCOSITYOF A LIQUID ARE KNOWN AS VISCOMETERS OR WHAT?
    VISCOSIMETERS
  3. WHAT MEASURES THE TIME REQUIRED, IN SECONDS, FOR 60 MILLILITERS OF THE TESTED FLUID AT 100F TO PASS THROUGH A STANDARD ORIFICE?
    SAYBOLT VISCOMETER
  4. WHAT OF AN OIL IS A NUMBER THAT INDICATES THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE CHANGES ON THE VISCOSITY OF THE OIL?
    VISCOSITY INDEX
  5. WHAT IS THE CAPABILITY OF A LIQUID TO RESIST BEING WIPED OR SQUEEZED OUT FROM BETWEEN THE SURFACES WHEN SPREAD OUT IN AN EXTREMELY THIN LAYER?
    FILM STRENGTH
  6. WHAT IS DEFINED AS THE LIQUIDS ABILITY TO RESIST OXIDATION AND DETERIORATION FOR LONG PERIODS?
    CHEMICAL STABILITY
  7. WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE AT WHICH A LIQUID GIVES OFF VAPOR IN SUFFICIENT QUANTITY TO IGNITE MOMENTARILY OR FLASH WHEN A FLAME IS APPLIED?
    FLASH POINT
  8. REQUIRED FLASHPOINT MINIMUMS VARY FROM 300F FOR THE LIGHTEST OILS TO WHAT FOR THE HEAVIEST OILS?
    510F
  9. WHAT IS THE TEMPERATURE AT WHICH A SUBSTANCE GIVES VAPOR IN SUFFICIENT QUANTITY TO IGNITE AND CONTINUE TO BURN WHEN EXPOSED TO A SPARK OR FLAME?
    FIRE POINT
  10. WHAT IS DEFINED AS THE QUALITY, STATE OR DEGREE OF BEING TOXIC OR POISONOUS
    TOXICITY
  11. A FLUID WITH A SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF LESS THAN WHAT IS DESIRED WHEN WEIGHT IS CRITICAL, ALTHOUGH WITH PROPER SYSTEM DESIGN, A FLUID WITH A SPECIFIC GRAVITY GREATER THAN ONE CAN BE TOLERATED?
    1.0
  12. WHAT IS AN EMULSION OF GAS BUBBLES IN THE FLUID?
    FOAM
  13. THE MOST COMMON HYDRAULIC FLUID USED IN SHIPBOARD SYSTEMS ARE WHAT OILS?
    PETROLEUM-BASED
  14. WHAT DO NOT HAVE THE DETRIMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PHOSPHATE ESTER FLUIDS, NOR DO THE PROVIDE THE CORROSION PROTECTION AND LUBRICATION OF PHOSPHATE ESTER FLUIDS, BUT THEY ARE EXCELLENT FOR FIRE PROTECTION
    SILICONE FLUIDS
  15. SOLID MATTER IS THE TYPE MOST OFTEN FOUNDIN HYDRAULICS SYSTEMS AND IS GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS WHAT?
    PARTICULATE CONTAMINATION
  16. THE ABILITY OF A HYDRAULIC FLUID TO RESIST OXIDATION OR POLYMERIZATION IN SERVICE IS DEFINED AS ITS WHAT?
    OXIDATION STABILITY
  17. OXIDATION PRODUCTS APPEAR AS ORGANIC ACIDS, ASPHALTICS, GUMS, AND WHAT?
    VARNISHES
  18. WHAT ARE VERY UNDESIRABLE CONTAMINANTS DUE TO THEIR ABRASIVE EFFECT ON SYNTHETIC RUBBER SEALS AND THE VERY FINE SURFACES OF CRITICAL MOVIE PARTS?
    GLASS PARTICLES
  19. WHAT IS A SERIOUS CONTAMINANT OF HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS?
    WATER
  20. WHAT WHEN ALLOWED TO COMBINE WITH MINUTE AMOUNTS OF WATER OFTEN FOUND IN OPERATING HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS CHANGE CHEMICALLY INTO HYDROCHLORIC ACIDS?
    CHLORINATED SOLVENTS
  21. THE MAJOR SOURCE OF CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS IN HYDRAULIC LIQUID IS WHAT?
    OXIDATION
  22. HYDRAULIC LIQUIDS THAT HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED TO EXCESSIVELY HIGH TEMPERATURES (WHAT TEMP?) WILL BREAK DOWN, LEAVING MINUTE PARTICLES OF ASPHALTINES SUSPENDED IN THE LIQUIDS?
    250F
  23. WHAT MAY BE DEFINED AS A GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF AN ASSEMLY OR SYSTEM THAT INDICATES THE VARIOUS PARTS AND EXPRESSES THE METHODS OR PRINCIPLES OF OPERATIONS?
    DIAGRAM
  24. THE NAVY USES HOW MANY MILITARY STANDARD THAT LISH MECHANICAL SYMBOLS THAT MUST BE USED IN PREPARING DRAWINGS THAT WILL CONTAIN SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION?
    2
  25. WHAT SHOWS THE GENERAL LOCATION AND ACTUAL APPEARANCE OF EACH COMPONENT, ALL INTERCONNECTING PIPING AND THE GENERAL PIPING ARRANGEMENT?
    PICTORIAL DIAGRAMS
  26. WHAT SHOW THE INTERNAL WORKING PARTS OF ALL FLUID POWER COMPONENTS IN A SYSTEM
    CUTAWAY DIAGRAMS
  27. THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF WHAT DIAGRAM IS TO ENABLE THE MAINTENANCE PERSON TO TRACE THE FLOW OF FLUID FROM COMPONENT TO COMPONENT WITH THE SYSTEM?
    GRAPHIC DIAGRAM (SCHEMATIC)
  28. A FLUID POWER SYSTEM IN WHICH THE FLUID INTHE SYSTEM REMAINS PRESSURIZED FROM THE PUMP (OR REGULATOR) TO THE DIRECTIONAL CONTROL VALVE WHILE THE PUMP IS OPERATING IS REFERRED TO AS WHAT?
    CLOSED CENTER SYSTEM
  29. WHAT SYSTEM HAS FLUID FLOW BUT NO INTERNAL PRESSURE WHEN THE ACTUATING MECHANISMS ARE IDLE?
    OPEN CENTER
  30. WHAT SYSTEM IS A ONE SHOT SYSTEM POWERED BY NITROGEN PRESSURE STORED IN FOUR COMPRESSED NITROGEN BOTTLES?
    NITROGEN STORAGE BOTTLE
  31. WHAT ON BOARD AIRCRAFT CARRIERS ARE RAISED AND LOWERD BY HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS THROUGH MECHANICAL LINKAGE?
    JET BLAST DEFLECTORS (JBD)

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