e&e battery and corrosion ure

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e&e battery and corrosion ure
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2010-05-20 21:57:40
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  1. ina n equalized ni-cad battery, each cell's voltage is
    0 volts
  2. the neutralizing agent for sulfuric acid is
    bicarbonate of soda
  3. constant current charging keeps the current at a value that is predetermined by the
    manufacturer
  4. a fully charged battery should have a specific gravity reading od
    1.275 to 1.300
  5. which of the folling statements is true concerning nickle cadmium batteries and lead acid batteries?
    they must be stored and charged in seperate areas
  6. all metal components of your system should get a comprehensive inspection for corrosion
    during all inspection
  7. what do you use to adjust a lead acid battery's electrolyte level?
    self leveling syringe
  8. the greatest hazard in working around a lead acid battery is
    sulfuric acid
  9. how many cells does a 24 volt, lead acid battery have?
    12
  10. lead acid batteries and ni cad batteries are stored and charged in seperate areas because accidentally mixing the electrolytes could
    neutralise the electrolytes, causing excessive heat, and the battery may explode.
  11. a ni cad batterys separators are made of nylon andn cellophane or
    permion
  12. the number of cells in a normal ni cad battery for a 24 volt aircraft system is
    19
  13. pitting corrosion of aliminum or magnesium alloy first appears as
    white powdery deposit on the metal surfaace

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