Aerospace ground equipment is responsible for supplying the aircraft with electricity, hydraulic pressure, and air pressure. All equipment must meet requirements for a safe and problem-free flight. With this quiz, you must know how many valence electrons are needed to make a good conductor and what is used to control current flow in a circuit. This quiz explains aerospace ground equipment. Good luck to you.
3
4
5
6
Free
Stable
Valence
Ionized
Conductors
Insulators
Doped atoms
Semi-conductors
Conductivity
Voltage
Current
Valence
Conductivity
Voltage
Current
Valence
Voltage
Coulombs
Resistance
Conductivity
.075 amps
1.33 amps
133 amps
750 amps
Current through one component
Sum of the current through each component
Reciprocal of the current through one component
Reciprocal of the sum of the currents through each component
Sum of the voltages across each branch
Voltage across each resistor
Voltage across each branch
The reciprocal of the voltage across the resistance
Voltage
Powers
Lengths
Resistances
11 ohms
22 ohms
44 ohms
68.75 ohms
Parallel portion of the circuit and divides according to component resistance in the series portion
Series part of the circuit and divides according to branch resistance in the parallel portion
Parallel portion of the circuit and increases according to component resistance in the series portion
Series part of the circuit and increases according to component resistance in the parallel portion
3a
6a
8a
12a
Saturation principle
Magnetic theory
Magnetic field
Law of attraction and repulsion
Electromagnetism
Molecular magnetism
Permeability
Residual magnetism
Type of core
Number of turns in the coil
Amount of current through the coil
All of the above
A complete circuit
A conductor
An insulator
A load
Increase the area of the conductor
Increase the amount of motion
Increase the strength of the magnetic field
Increase the relative resistance
Conduction
Commutation
Rectification
Electromagnetic induction
Heat
Resistance
A magnetic field
An electrostatic field
Inductance
Self-induction
Mutual induction
None of the above
Power
Current
Voltage
Resistance
Field winding
Primary winding
Current winding
Secondary winding
Meter
Motor
Switch
Safety device
Locking relay
Latching relay
Timing relay
Tripping relay