# Hydraulics Trivia Quiz

13 Questions | Total Attempts: 1111  Settings  .

• 1.
Which of the following are applications of hydraulic systems? (Choose 7)
• A.

Machine tool manufacturing

• B.

Press manufacturing

• C.

Krebs Cycle machines

• D.

Plant construction

• E.

Topological manifold manufacturing

• F.

Vehicle manufacturing

• G.

Aircraft manufacturing

• H.

Ship building

• I.

Injection molding machines

• J.

Computer programming

• 2.
Which of the following area formulas for a piston is correct? (Approximate pi)
• A.

A = (3.14D^2)/2

• B.

A = (3.14D^2)/4

• C.

A = (3.14D^3)/4

• D.

A= (3.14D^4)/2

• 3.
What is hydraulics?
• A.

A topic in applied science and engineering dealing with the properties of water.

• B.

A topic in applied science and engineering dealing with the mechanical properties of liquid fluids.

• C.

A topic in applied science and engineering dealing with the energetic properties of matter.

• D.

A topic in psychology dealing with the fear of water.

• 4.
What is the most fundamental principle in fluid power?
• A.

Newton's Law

• B.

Gauss's Law

• C.

Pascal's Law

• D.

David's Law

• 5.
Pascal's Law states that:
• A.

The pressure exerted on one side of a confined fluid equals half the pressure exerted on the opposing side.

• B.

The pressure exerted on a confined fluid is transmitted undiminished in all directions and acts at right angles to the containing surfaces.

• C.

The pressure exerted on an open fluid is transmitted undiminished in all directions and acts at right angles to the containing surfaces

• D.

Pressure is as pressure does.

• 6.
Which correctly relates pressure (P), force (F), and area (A)?
• A.

P = FA

• B.

P = A/F

• C.

P = AF^2

• D.

P = F/A

• 7.
What is a force?
• A.

Any influence capably of producing a change in the motion of a body

• B.

The mass of an object times its velocity

• C.

The energy transferred from one object to another

• D.

Something Luke uses to bring peace to the galaxy

• 8.
Which are examples of resistance? (More than one correct answer)
• A.

Friction

• B.

Work

• C.

Inertia

• D.

Velocity

• 9.
What is the law of conservation of energy?
• A.

F = ma

• B.

Energy is almost always conserved

• C.

Energy can be neither created nor destroyed

• D.

Energy is conserved, except when friction is involved

• 10.
True or false: energy can be converted into different forms.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 11.
Is an unconnected battery an example of potential or kinetic energy?
• A.

Potential

• B.

Kinetic

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