FSC Registration Quiz #7

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• 1.

How many teams (maximum) can use the early registration slots for FSC2015?

• A.

30

• B.

31

• C.

32

• D.

33

• E.

34

• F.

35

A. 30
Explanation
The maximum number of teams that can use the early registration slots for FSC2015 is 30.

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• 2.

What are the requirements for the filler neck of the fuel system?

• A.

At least 1,5 inch inner diameter, at least 125 mm above the top level of the tank, more the 60 degrees from the horizontal

• B.

At least 38 inch inner diameter, at least 125 mm above the top level of the tank, no more the 30 degrees from the horizontal

• C.

At least 38 mm inner diameter, at least 125 mm above the bottom level of chassie, no more the 45 degrees from the vertical

• D.

At least 1,5 inch inner diameter, at least 125 mm below the top level of the chassie, no more the 30 degrees from the horizontal

A. At least 1,5 inch inner diameter, at least 125 mm above the top level of the tank, more the 60 degrees from the horizontal
Explanation
The correct answer states that the requirements for the filler neck of the fuel system are: at least 1.5 inch inner diameter, at least 125 mm above the top level of the tank, and more than 60 degrees from the horizontal. This means that the filler neck must have a specific diameter, be positioned a certain distance above the tank, and have a certain angle from the horizontal. These requirements ensure that the fuel can flow smoothly into the tank without any restrictions or obstructions.

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• 3.

The ETC-FMEA has to be ...

• A.

... uploaded on the FSC-Website until March 27th 2015

• B.

... only presented at technical inspection

• C.

There is no FMEA needed. It is sufficient to demonstrate the etc safety functions to the scrutineers.

A. ... uploaded on the FSC-Website until March 27th 2015
Explanation
The correct answer is "uploaded on the FSC-Website until March 27th 2015". This means that the ETC-FMEA (Electrical, Thermal, and Control Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) needs to be submitted and made available on the FSC-Website by March 27th, 2015. This ensures that the necessary documentation and analysis of potential failures and their effects are accessible to all relevant parties.

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• 4.

Under which condition time spent off the track is not added to the final time in the endurance event?

• A.

Track is changing from "dry" to "wet" and the team changes tires

• B.

Track is changing from "wet" to "dry" and the team changes tires

• C.

Driver sees the black flag and gets rebuked for an inappropiate driving style

• D.

Tire changed due to puncture, caused by a vehicle failure

A. Track is changing from "dry" to "wet" and the team changes tires
Explanation
In the given question, the correct answer is "Track is changing from 'dry' to 'wet' and the team changes tires." This means that when the track conditions are transitioning from dry to wet and the team decides to change tires, the time spent off the track during this tire change is not added to the final time in the endurance event. This implies that the organizers or rule-makers have made an exception for this specific situation, possibly because changing tires in wet conditions is necessary for safety reasons.

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• 5.

What are the requirements for the space for technical inspection stickers?

• A.

A space 75 mm tall x 150 mm wide (3” tall x 6” wide) must be available.

• B.

There are no specific requirements.

• C.

A space 254 mm wide x 203 mm tall (10” wide x 8” tall) must be available.

• D.

A space 203 mm wide x 150 mm high (8” wide x 6” tall) must be available.

A. A space 75 mm tall x 150 mm wide (3” tall x 6” wide) must be available.
Explanation
The correct answer is A because it states that a space measuring 75 mm tall and 150 mm wide must be available for the technical inspection stickers. This answer provides specific dimensions for the required space, indicating that there are indeed requirements for the space needed for the stickers.

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• 6.

Which penalty does a team get for one cone down or out at Skid-Pad?

• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

None

• E.

DNF

Explanation
A team gets a penalty of 0.25 seconds added for one cone down or out at Skid-Pad.

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• 7.

What does the Business Plan Executive Summary strictly need to contain?

• A.

Team name, car number, two technical highlights, car production cost

• B.

Team name, car number, sales strategy, car production cost

• C.

Car number, at least two pages, sales strategy, car production cost

• D.

Team name, car number, marketing strategy, brief team description

A. Team name, car number, two technical highlights, car production cost
Explanation
The Business Plan Executive Summary needs to contain the team name, car number, two technical highlights, and car production cost. This information is crucial for providing a concise overview of the business plan, highlighting the key aspects such as the team, the car's unique features, and the cost of production. Including these details in the executive summary ensures that readers can quickly understand the essential components of the business plan without having to delve into the full document.

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• 8.

Which use of tires is NOT allowed?

• A.

Two dry tire sets from two different manufacturers.

• B.

Two different manufacturers on one set of dry tires.

• C.

Two different sizes on one set of dry tires.

• D.

A set of dry tires and a set of wet tires from two different manufacturers.

A. Two dry tire sets from two different manufacturers.
Explanation
The use of two dry tire sets from two different manufacturers is not allowed. This is because using tires from different manufacturers can lead to inconsistencies in performance and handling, which can be dangerous. It is important to use tires that are of the same brand and model to ensure optimal safety and performance on the road.

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• 9.

A ball (mass m) is attached to a wall with a spring (spring constant c). A force F(t) is applied to the ball in the direction away from the spring. Calculate the transferfunction G(s) = X(s)/F(s), asuming x(t) is the lengthening of the spring an there is neither friction nor gravity to be considered.

• A.

G(s) = 1/(m*s^2+c)

• B.

G(s) = (m*s^2)/c

• C.

G(s) = 1/(m*s-c*s^2)

• D.

G(s) = 1/(m*s+c)

• E.

G(s) = m*s+c

A. G(s) = 1/(m*s^2+c)
Explanation
The transfer function G(s) represents the relationship between the output X(s) (lengthening of the spring) and the input F(s) (force applied to the ball) in the frequency domain. In this case, the given transfer function G(s) = 1/(m*s^2+c) indicates that the output X(s) is directly proportional to the input F(s) and inversely proportional to the sum of the mass of the ball (m) and the spring constant (c). This means that as the mass or the spring constant increases, the lengthening of the spring in response to the applied force decreases.

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• 10.

On the Tilt Table, a lateral acceleration of 1.732g is tested with 60 degrees inclination angle. At which angle do you test 2.0g?

• A.

63,4°

• B.

61,7°

• C.

60,9°

• D.

62,5°

• E.

64,1°

• F.

65.0°

A. 63,4°
Explanation
The question asks at which angle a lateral acceleration of 2.0g should be tested on the Tilt Table. The correct answer is 63.4°. This can be determined by comparing the given acceleration values and inclination angles. Since the acceleration is directly proportional to the sine of the inclination angle, we can use the formula: acceleration = g * sin(angle). Solving for angle, we get angle = arcsin(acceleration / g). Plugging in the values, we find that angle = arcsin(2.0 / 1.732) = 63.4°.

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