White with a green band near the bottom.
Green with a white band near the bottom.
White with a green band near the top.
Green with a white band near the top.
AGE personnel only.
The highest ranking person on shift.
Qualified operators only.
100 to 230 degrees F.
115 to 250 degrees F.
125 to 270 degrees F.
150 to 280 degrees F.
47 to 150 degrees F.
47 to 200 degrees F.
57 to 150 degrees F.
57 to 200 degrees F.
100 watt lamp fixtures.
1,000 watt lamp fixtures.
10,000 watt lamp fixtures.
100,000 watt lamp fixtures.
A diesel engine.
An electric motor.
A gasoline engine.
A hydraulic motor.
Primary and Secondary.
Primary and Alternate.
Number 1 and Number 2.
Left and right.
Two-wheel steering, two wheel drive.
Two-wheel steering, four-wheel drive.
Four-wheel steering, two-wheel drive.
Four-wheel steering, four-wheel drive.
By a zinc-plated nickel steel covering.
By a galvanized-plated steel covering.
The bolt head is marked with a triangle.
The bolt head is marked with the letter S.
An internal wrenching type.
Knurl beside the fork.
Groove by the cable eye.
Knurl beside the pin eye.
Groove on the end of the barrel.
Low reluctance and low permeability.
High reluctance and low permeability.
High reluctance and high permeability.
High permeability and low retentivity.
Less the strength.
Greater the strength.
Greater the retentivity.
Higher the reluctance of the core.
In the aircraft cabin.
In the nose wheel well.
In the utility compartments.
As far as possible from the unit being protected.
Blast air and ram air.
Engine oil and blast air.
Blast air and generator oil.
Generator oil and engine oil.
Less speed regulation than a universal motor.
A field winding in a series with the armature.
Low starting torque and good speed regulation.
High starting torque and poor speed regulation.
Liquids, gases, and minerals.
Gases, solids, and minerals.
Gases, solids, and organics.
Liquids, gases, and solids.
Passed the elastic limit.
Lost the ability to expand.
Failed to meet elastic limit.
Passed the compression limit.
Ability to compress within its container.
Ability to conform to the shape of its container.
Relief valve in the lines.
Piston pushing the fluid.
Scupper pushing the fluid.
Selector valve in the lines.
4 cubic inches
40 cubic inches.
400 cubic inches.
4,000 cubic inches.
Increasing velocity and viscosity.
Increasing volume and displacement.
Creating resistance and loss of energy.
Creating resistance and energy increase.
Store fluid and act as a surge chamber.
Restrict fluid-flow in selected directions.
Pressurize and direct fluid to an actuator.
Replenish fluid, allow for thermal expansion, and provide a means of bleeding air from the system.
Protect the pump.
Reserve fluid for the power pump.
Reserve fluid for the emergency pump.
Supply the pump during inverted flight.
Fluid-flow is created with each stroke of the pump handle.
Fluid-flow is created with every other stroke of the pump handle.
Double volume is displaced with each stroke of the pump handle.
Double volume is displaced every other stroke of the pump handle.
They deliver low pressure.
They have an integral compensator.
The case drain relieves high system pressure.
There is no angle between the drive shaft and cylinder block.
Rotary mechanical motion.
Kinetic flow motion.
In either direction.
Hollow end toward the air side of the accumulator.
Hollow end toward the fluid side of the accumulator.
Drilled passage toward the air side of the accumulator.
Tenths of an inch.
Thousandths of an inch.
Millionths of an inch.
Billionths of an inch.
Return lines can join together.
Pressure lines can join together.
Common fluid lines can come together.
Hydraulic test stand can be connected.
A mechanical force.
A constant velocity.
An electromotive force.
Cargo door system.
Answer option 1
Answer option 2
Answer option 3
Answer option 4
Ability to contain system pressure.
Ability to relieve excess system pressure.
Ability to reduce turbulence.
Ability to increase turbulence.
Selector valve has four ports.
Selector valve is more complex.
Servo valve controls fluid-flow.
Servo valve is electrically operated.
Ball check valve.
Gate check valve.
Cone check valve.
Restrictor check valve.
Show filter position within the system.
Indicate left- and right-hand threading.
Show the direction of the free flow through the valve.
Indicate installation points in relation to the pump.
Automatic check valve.
Restrictor check valve.
Pump, actuator, filter, and priority valve.
Pump, actuator, shutoff, and metering valve.
Reservoir, pump, actuator, and metering valve.
Reservoir, pump, actuator, and manual shutoff valve.
An inlet screen.
An impeller screen.
A one-way check valve.
A two-way check valve.
Vapor relief valve.
Direction of free flow.
Direction of restricted flow.
Location of the drilled hole in the valve.
Location of the manufacturer's data block.
When a reverse flow of fuel is desired.
To prevent the pump from overspeeding.
When gravity flow through the valve is undesirable.
To prevent excessive pressures when the pump overspeeds.
One-way check valves.
Spring-loaded relief valves.
Without draining the fuel lines or tanks.
Only if the electric motor is in the off position.
Only after the required fuel lines and tanks are drained.
Only after removing the valve body and connecting lines.
Primary seal sleeve.
Secondary seal sleeve.
There will be a double safety factor.
Two tanks can be filled at the same time.
The tank can be filled to either of two levels.
There is capability to fill or empty the tank.
All of the above.
Signals from the amplifier.
The movement of the float in the tanks.
Voltage changes in the indicator circuit.
The amount of bleed air pressure applied to the tank.
Fuel-level control valve.
Low-level shutoff valve.
Pressure/vacuum relief valve.
Positive and negative fuel-flow.
Negative fuel-flow under all conditions.
Positive fuel-flow under positive conditions.
Positive and reliable fuel-flow under all conditions.
Rotary plug, disc, and check.
Disc, check, and sliding gate.
Sliding gate, rotary plug, and disc.
Check, sliding gate, and rotary plug.
Air pressure, and pump.
Check, and air pressure.
Pump, and hydromechanical.
Hydromechanical, and air pressure.
Move fuel from tank to tank.
Pressurize the fuel for transfer.
Remove residual fuel from manifolds.
Prevent fuel tank rupture or collapse.
Hydraulically, but controlled electrically.
Electrically, but controlled hydraulically.
Electrically, but controlled pneumatically.
Hydraulically, and controlled pneumatically.
Fuel to air ratio.
Sand or dust.
Aluminum or magnesium compounds.
How much fuel is being wasted.
The type contaminant that is in the fuel.
Whether or not they constitute a flight safety hazard.
Whether or not they constitute an environmental hazard.
Major and minor.
Class 1 through 5.
Class A through D.
Internal and external.
Fuel type and location.
Leak category and location.
Leak category and fuel type.
Location and corrective action.
DD Form 2026.
AFTO Form 422.
AFTO Form 427.
AFTO Form 781J.
Newton's First Law of Motion.
Newton's Second Law of Motion.
Newton's Third Law of Motion.
Pressurizing and dump valve.