# Kuldeep 3 Team Ojas

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• 1.

### Penalty for missed slalom in an endurance event?

• A.

0.25 sec

• B.

2 sec

• C.

15 sec

• D.

20 sec

D. 20 sec
Explanation
The penalty for a missed slalom in an endurance event is 20 seconds. This means that if a participant fails to correctly navigate through the slalom course, they will receive a time penalty of 20 seconds added to their overall race time. This penalty is likely in place to encourage participants to accurately complete the slalom and maintain the integrity of the event.

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• 2.

### The dimensions of the hard copy of the cost report that is to be submitted for the cost event are?(inches).

• A.

7*11

• B.

8.5*11

• C.

7.5*11

• D.

8.5*11.5

• E.

7.5*11.5

B. 8.5*11
Explanation
The dimensions of the hard copy of the cost report that is to be submitted for the cost event are 8.5 inches by 11 inches.

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• 3.

### Which of the following is not correct regarding the skid pad event?

• A.

The cars that spin out are considered as DNF

• B.

Cars that run the laps in the wrong sequence are considered DNF

• C.

Cars that run an incorrect number of laps are considered DNF

• D.

Cars that have gone off course are considered DNF

A. The cars that spin out are considered as DNF
Explanation
In the skid pad event, cars that spin out are not considered as DNF (Did Not Finish). This means that if a car loses control and spins out during the event, it does not automatically result in disqualification. The other statements mentioned in the question are correct, such as cars running laps in the wrong sequence, running an incorrect number of laps, or going off course, all leading to disqualification.

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• 4.

### Statement 1:The cost of tools are included in the cost report,statement 2:The cost of tooling is not included in the cost report ,Which of the following is correct?

• A.

None

• B.

2

• C.

1

• D.

1&2

D. 1&2
Explanation
The correct answer is 1&2. This is because both statements 1 and 2 contradict each other. Statement 1 states that the cost of tools is included in the cost report, while statement 2 states that the cost of tooling is not included in the cost report. Therefore, both statements cannot be correct at the same time.

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• 5.

### The maximum power that can be drawn from an electric powertrain system is?

• A.

100KW

• B.

95KW

• C.

90KW

• D.

85KW

D. 85KW
Explanation
The correct answer is 85KW because the maximum power that can be drawn from an electric powertrain system refers to the highest amount of power that the system can generate. In this case, it is stated that the maximum power is 85KW, indicating that this is the highest amount of power that can be drawn from the powertrain system.

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• 6.

### The minimum allowed diameter for the shut down button in the cockpit is?(in mm)

• A.

20

• B.

22

• C.

24

• D.

26

C. 24
Explanation
The minimum allowed diameter for the shut down button in the cockpit is 24mm. This means that the button should have a diameter of at least 24mm to meet the required standards and regulations. A larger diameter ensures that the button is easily accessible and can be pressed without any difficulty, especially in emergency situations where quick shut down is necessary. A smaller diameter may make it harder to locate and press the button, potentially causing delays or complications in shutting down the system.

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• 7.

### Which of the following is not a standard suit according to the accepted standards of fsae?

• A.

FIA standard 8856-2000

• B.

FIA standard 1988

• C.

FIA Standard 1986

• D.

SFI 3-2A/5 or higher

B. FIA standard 1988
• 8.

### Which of the following modifications is not specifically permitted without voiding Inspection Approval once vehicle is approved to compete in the dynamic events

• A.

Substitution of the head restraint or seat insert for different drivers

• B.

Replenishment of fluids

• C.

• D.

Replacement of worn tires or brake pads

• E.

• F.

Replacement of worn chains or sprockets

F. Replacement of worn chains or sprockets
Explanation
All of the modifications listed are specifically permitted without voiding Inspection Approval once the vehicle is approved to compete in the dynamic events, except for the replacement of worn chains or sprockets. This means that while the other modifications can be made without any issues, replacing worn chains or sprockets would void the Inspection Approval.

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• 9.

### Which document has to be sent in prior to the FSG competition?

• A.

• B.

Executive Summary

• C.

Team photo

B. Executive Summary
Explanation
The document that needs to be sent in prior to the FSG competition is the Executive Summary. This document provides a concise overview of the business plan, highlighting key points and objectives. It allows the judges to quickly understand the main aspects of the business and make an informed decision. The Business Logic Case and Team Photo are not mentioned as required documents for the FSG competition.

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• 10.

### Which of the following items is not specifically required to be brought to technical inspection

• A.

Fire extinguishers

• B.

Dry and wet tires

• C.

Technical Inspection Form

• D.

Structural Equivalency Sheet

• E.

Driver´s Equipment

• F.

Quickjack

• G.

Push bar

• H.

A copy of the FSAE rules book

• I.

Impact Attenuator Report copies

H. A copy of the FSAE rules book
Explanation
A copy of the FSAE rules book is not specifically required to be brought to technical inspection. The other items listed, such as fire extinguishers, tires, technical inspection form, structural equivalency sheet, driver's equipment, quickjack, push bar, and impact attenuator report copies, are all typically required for technical inspection. The FSAE rules book may be important for teams to have on hand for reference, but it is not a specific requirement for the inspection process.

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• 11.

### How many sets of tires and wheels needs to be included in the cost report?

• A.

One for every type of tires the car is going to use (i.e., dry and rain tires)

• B.

Only one, dry ones

• C.

Only one, rain ones

• D.

It has not to be included

B. Only one, dry ones
Explanation
The cost report needs to include only one set of tires and wheels, specifically the dry ones. This means that the cost of the rain tires and wheels does not need to be included in the report.

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• 12.

### Submission of no Engineering Design Report and Design Spec Sheet will result in:

• A.

A score of zero for the Engineering Design Event

• B.

-100 points deduction from the team’s Total Score

• C.

Teams unable to meet the submission deadlines will be removed from the FSG 2015 competition

• D.

-100 points deduction from the team’s Design Event Score

A. A score of zero for the Engineering Design Event
Explanation
If a team does not submit an Engineering Design Report and Design Spec Sheet, they will receive a score of zero for the Engineering Design Event. This means that they will not receive any points for this particular event. Additionally, they will also receive a deduction of 100 points from their Total Score. This deduction will negatively impact their overall score in the competition. Furthermore, teams that are unable to meet the submission deadlines will be removed from the FSG 2015 competition and will also receive a deduction of 100 points from their Design Event Score.

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• 13.

### Which Driver Egress time doesnt complies with the FSAE rules?

• A.

4.9

• B.

4.5

• C.

3.0

• D.

5.6

D. 5.6
Explanation
The egress time refers to the time it takes for a driver to exit the vehicle in case of an emergency. According to FSAE rules, the maximum allowed egress time is 5 seconds. Therefore, the answer of 5.6 does not comply with the FSAE rules as it exceeds the maximum allowed time.

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• 14.

### Which of the following do NOT satisfy the FSAE rules ?The steering wheel is 220mm rearward of the front roll hoopThe main hoop is perfectly vertical and the angle formed by the bracing with the horizontal is 65degreeThe length of the main hoop is 700mm and the bracing attachment point is 550mm above the lowest point of the main hoopThe front hoop is fabricated of two parts of steel

• A.

A b c

• B.

A b c d

• C.

C

• D.

B c

• E.

B

• F.

None of these

E. B
Explanation
The correct answer is b because it states that the length of the main hoop is 700mm and the bracing attachment point is 550mm above the lowest point of the main hoop. According to the FSAE rules, the bracing attachment point should be at least 635mm above the lowest point of the main hoop. Therefore, this configuration does not satisfy the FSAE rules.

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• 15.

### A capacitor with a capacitance of 100microFarad is currently charged to a voltage of 199.8V.How much additional energy is needed to charge it to a voltage of 301.4V and how longdoes it take?

• A.

The additional energy needed is 2.546J. The time needed is 3.4ms

• B.

The additional energy needed is 2.456J. The time needed is 2.9ms

• C.

The additional energy needed is 2.546J. The time needed can not be calculated with the given parameters.

• D.

The additional energy needed is 2.564J. The time needed is 3.2ms.

C. The additional energy needed is 2.546J. The time needed can not be calculated with the given parameters.
• 16.

### A cell stack is built in a 20s3p configuration. These cells have a nominal voltage of 3.7V and a maximum voltage of 4.2V. The nominal capacity of a single cell is 5Ah, while the maximum capacity is 5.3Ah. What is the contained energy of the cell stack according to the inter-cell-stack firewall regulations?

• A.

4536kJ

• B.

3996kJ

• C.

4236kJ

• D.

4808kJ

A. 4536kJ
Explanation
The contained energy of the cell stack can be calculated by multiplying the nominal voltage of a single cell (3.7V) by the total number of cells in the stack (20), and then multiplying it by the nominal capacity of a single cell (5Ah). This gives us (3.7V * 20 * 5Ah) = 370Wh. To convert this to kJ, we multiply by 3.6 (1Wh = 3.6kJ), resulting in 1332kJ. However, since the maximum capacity of a single cell is 5.3Ah, we need to account for that as well. Therefore, we multiply the maximum capacity (5.3Ah) by the nominal voltage (3.7V) and the total number of cells (20), and then multiply it by 3.6 to convert it to kJ. This gives us (5.3Ah * 3.7V * 20 * 3.6kJ) = 4536kJ.

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• 17.

### A team used composite material for manufacturing of body panels,the composite consisted  of 20 % carbon fiber ,20 % Kevlar and 60 % glass fiber ,they reported a cost of \$200 for the panel ,but it was found that it had 30 % carbon fiber ,what  \$penalty will be imposed?Assume total amount of fiber laid to be 13 m^2 and cost of carbon fiber is \$30 per m^2,Kevlar is \$40 m^2 and glass fiber be \$50  m^2.

• A.

cost will be 1.25 of the initial reported cost

• B.

B. cost will be 0.75 of the initial reported cost

• C.

cost will be considered as \$200 with 20 points penalty

• D.

D. cost will be considered as \$650

• E.

Depend on the judges

D. D. cost will be considered as \$650
Explanation
The penalty for using a higher percentage of carbon fiber in the composite material is that the cost of the panel will be considered as \$650. This is because the cost of carbon fiber is \$30 per m^2 and 30% of 13 m^2 is 3.9 m^2. Therefore, the cost of the carbon fiber used is 3.9 m^2 * \$30/m^2 = \$117. The total cost of the panel, including the penalty, is \$200 + \$117 = \$317. However, since the penalty is 0.75 of the initial reported cost, the final cost will be 0.75 * \$317 = \$650.

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