# Gte Tutorial 1 MCQ

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• 1.
The turbine section of a jet engine
• A.

Increases air velocity to generate thrust forces.

• B.

Utilizes heat energy to expand and accelerate the incoming gas flow.

• C.

Drives the compressor section.

• 2.
The velocity of subsonic air as it flows through a convergent nozzle
• A.

Increases.

• B.

Decreases.

• C.

Remains constant.

• 3.
The pressure of subsonic air as it flows through a convergent nozzle
• A.

Increases.

• B.

Decreases.

• C.

Remains constant

• 4.
In a jet engine, the
• A.

Compressor drives the turbine.

• B.

Air enters at the turbine.

• C.

Turbine drives the compressor.

• 5.
When the stem of an inflated balloon is released, the balloon will
• A.

Move in the direction of the stem.

• B.

Move in the opposite direction of the stem.

• C.

Remain stationary

• 6.
The statement “To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” is
• A.

Bernoulli’s Theorem.

• B.

Newton’s third Law of Motion.

• C.

Newton’s first Law of Motion.

• 7.
Rockets are unable to accelerate in space because:
• A.

There is no air in space for the rockets to push off from.

• B.

There is no air resistance in space.

• C.

Nonsense! Rockets do accelerate in space.

• 8.
The statement “To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” is
• A.

Bernoulli’s Theorem.

• B.

Newton’s third Law of Motion.

• C.

Newton’s first Law of Motion.

• 9.
Newton’s first law of motion states:
• A.

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

• B.

A body will continue to remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless acted upon by an external force

• C.

The rate of change of momentum of a body is proportional to the force applied to it.

• 10.
Kinetic energy is attributed to:
• A.

Pressure

• B.

Motion

• C.

Altitude

• 11.
Power is defined as the rate of:
• A.

Application of a force

• B.

Change in velocity

• C.

Doing work

• 12.
Force is the product of mass and:
• A.

Velocity

• B.

Acceleration

• C.

Distance

• 13.
A turbo-fan engine is:
• A.

An engine with a propeller

• B.

A single spool engine

• C.

A by-pass engine

• 14.
A turbo-shaft engine is:
• A.

An engine that drives something other than a propeller

• B.

An engine that drives a propeller

• C.

free turbine engine

• 15.
What turbine engine section provides for proper mixing of the fuel and air?
• A.

Combustion section

• B.

Compressor section

• C.

Diffuser section

• 16.
A gas turbine engine comprises which three main sections?
• A.

Compressor, diffuser, and stator.

• B.

Turbine, combustion, and stator.

• C.

Turbine, compressor, and combustion.

• 17.
Between each row of rotating blades in a turbine engine compressor, there is a row of stationary blades which act to diffuse the air. These stationary blades are called
• A.

Buckets.

• B.

Rotors.

• C.

Stators.

• 18.
The air passing through the combustion chamber of a turbine engine is
• A.

Used to support combustion and to cool the engine.

• B.

Entirely combined with fuel and burned.

• C.

Speeded up and heated by the action of the turbines.

• 19.
The compressor stators in a gas turbine engine act as diffusers to
• A.

Decrease the velocity of the gas flow.

• B.

Increase the velocity of the gas flow.

• C.

Increase the velocity and decrease the pressure of the gas.

• 20.
At what stage in a turbine engine are gas pressures the greatest?
• A.

Compressor inlet.

• B.

Turbine outlet.

• C.

Compressor outlet.

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