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  • 1. 

    The baseline steel property for the Yield Strength (Sy) that is used for calculations of bending and buckling strength in an SES may not be lower than: 

    • A.

      44.2 ksi

    • B.

      26ksi

    • C.

      43.5 ksi

    • D.

      29,000 ksi

    • E.

      52.9 ksi

    Correct Answer
    A. 44.2 ksi
    Explanation
    The baseline steel property for the Yield Strength (Sy) that is used for calculations of bending and buckling strength in an SES may not be lower than 44.2 ksi.

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  • 2. 

    Which tractive system firewall requirement does not exist? 

    • A.

      The thickness of the second layer must be sufficient to prevent penetrating this layer with a 4mm wide screwdriver and 250N of force.

    • B.

      The material used for the second layer must meet UL94-V0, FAR25 or equivalent.

    • C.

      The second layer must not be made of CFRP.

    • D.

      One layer, facing the tractive system side, must be made of aluminium with a minimum thickness of 0.5mm.

    • E.

      The tractive system firewall must be composed of two layers.

    • F.

      Conductive parts (except for the chassis) may not protrude through the firewall or must be properly insulated on the driver side

    • G.

      The firewall must be mounted to the chassis with at least 4 screws with a minimum size of M4.

    Correct Answer
    G. The firewall must be mounted to the chassis with at least 4 screws with a minimum size of M4.
    Explanation
    The given statement states that the firewall must be mounted to the chassis with at least 4 screws with a minimum size of M4. However, this requirement does not exist for the tractive system firewall. Therefore, this statement is incorrect as it contradicts the given requirements for the firewall.

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  • 3. 

    Which value must the current limiting resistors for the each tractive system measurement point have, if the nominal tractive system voltage is 398.8VDC and maximum tractive system voltage is 407.8 VDC? 

    • A.

      10k ohm

    • B.

      20k ohm

    • C.

      15k ohm

    • D.

      5k ohm

    Correct Answer
    C. 15k ohm
    Explanation
    The current limiting resistors for each tractive system measurement point must have a value of 15k ohm. This is because the current limiting resistors are used to limit the amount of current flowing through the measurement points. The nominal tractive system voltage is 398.8VDC and the maximum tractive system voltage is 407.8VDC. By using a 15k ohm resistor, the current flowing through the measurement points can be kept within a safe range.

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  • 4. 

    What is the total area of the cockpit opening template? 

    • A.

      2.825 dm²

    • B.

      28.25 dm²

    • C.

      28.25 cm²

    • D.

      2.825 cm²

    • E.

      2825 dm²

    • F.

      28250 mm²

    Correct Answer
    B. 28.25 dm²
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 28.25 dm². This is the total area of the cockpit opening template. The unit of measurement is square decimeters (dm²), which is a measure of area.

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  • 5. 

    What is the minimum radius a main hoop tube can be bent (measured at tube centerline) if the outside diameter is 26mm ?

    • A.

      52 mm

    • B.

      26 mm

    • C.

      78 mm

    • D.

      39 mm

    • E.

      Not regulated

    Correct Answer
    C. 78 mm
    Explanation
    The minimum radius a main hoop tube can be bent is 78 mm. This means that the tube must be bent with a radius of at least 78 mm in order to maintain its structural integrity and prevent damage.

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  • 6. 

    Which of the following materials is acceptable as scatter shield for a chain with a maximum width of 38mm ?

    • A.

      120mm wide, 2mm thick, steel

    • B.

      100mm wide, 5mm thick, steel

    • C.

      100mm wide, 4mm thick, aluminum

    • D.

      120mm wide, 2mm thick, aluminum

    Correct Answer
    A. 120mm wide, 2mm thick, steel
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 120mm wide, 2mm thick, steel. This option meets the requirement of a maximum width of 38mm and is made of steel, which is an acceptable material for a scatter shield. The other options either exceed the maximum width or are made of aluminum, which may not be suitable for a scatter shield.

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  • 7. 

    After technical inspection, which of the following modifications is not permitted to the vehicle?

    • A.

      Adjustment of belts, chains and clutches

    • B.

      Adjustment of the driver restraint system, head restraint, seat and pedal assembly

    • C.

      Adjustment of the suspension where no part substitution, other than springs, sway bars and shims, is required

    • D.

      Adjustment of wing angles and their location

    • E.

      Replacement of defective tires or brake pads. Replacement tires and brake pads must be identical in material/composition/size to those presented and approved at technical inspection.

    Correct Answer
    A. Adjustment of belts, chains and clutches
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Adjustment of belts, chains and clutches." This modification is not permitted because it involves making adjustments to essential components of the vehicle's drivetrain system. Any modifications to these components can affect the vehicle's performance and safety. It is important to ensure that belts, chains, and clutches are properly maintained and replaced when necessary, but adjustments should not be made without proper authorization or expertise.

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  • 8. 

    Which kind of helmets are not allowed to be used during the competition? 

    • A.

      Snell K2005, K2010, K2015, M2005, M2010, M2015, SA2005, SA2010, SAH2010, SA2015

    • B.

      SFI 31.2/2005, 31.2/2010, 31.2/2015, 41.2/2005, 41.2/2010, 41.2/2015

    • C.

      FIA 8860-2004, FIA 8860-2010, FIA 8859-2015

    • D.

      Open faced helmets and off-road helmets according to HUEGA 8241-2011

    • E.

      British Standards Institution BS 6658-85 Type A/FR rating

    Correct Answer
    D. Open faced helmets and off-road helmets according to HUEGA 8241-2011
  • 9. 

    Which of the following are true about pedal?A) There can be more than 2 APPS available.B) If there are more than 2 APPS, then any two sensors that are plausible may be used to define the torque targe.C) All the APPS used in pedal should be similar with same gradient and offsetsD)Brake System Encoder is not considered as a SCS(System Critical Signals)E)The power to the motor is provided immediately after switching ON the TSMS (After all the AIRs are closed)F) Regen is not allowed in the car at any point.

    • A.

      All of the above

    • B.

      A,B

    • C.

      A,B,C

    • D.

      A,C,D,E

    • E.

      C,D,E,F

    Correct Answer
    B. A,B
    Explanation
    The correct answer is A,B. This means that both statements A and B are true about the pedal. Statement A states that there can be more than 2 APPS (Accelerator Pedal Position Sensors) available, indicating that there can be multiple sensors to measure the position of the accelerator pedal. Statement B states that if there are more than 2 APPS, then any two sensors that are plausible may be used to define the torque target. This means that if there are multiple sensors, any two of them can be used to determine the desired torque output.

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  • 10. 

    The 'weight transfer' (in N) during cornering is dependent on:

    • A.

      Lateral acceleration, track width, CoG height, vehicle mass

    • B.

      Lateral acceleration, wheel base, CoG height, vehicle mass

    • C.

      Lateral acceleration, wheel base, CoG height

    • D.

      Lateral acceleration, track width

    • E.

      Lateral acceleration, track width, CoG height

    Correct Answer
    A. Lateral acceleration, track width, CoG height, vehicle mass
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Lateral acceleration, track width, CoG height, vehicle mass. Weight transfer during cornering is influenced by several factors. Lateral acceleration refers to the force that pushes the vehicle sideways during a turn, which affects weight transfer. Track width, the distance between the left and right wheels, also plays a role in weight transfer. The height of the vehicle's center of gravity (CoG) affects how weight is distributed during cornering. Finally, the mass of the vehicle determines the overall weight that is transferred. All of these factors interact to determine the amount of weight transfer during cornering.

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  • 11. 

    The non-resettable  shutdown faults(IMD, BMS,etc) can be reset by wireless means. True or False

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False, it can be resetted only by the driver

    • C.

      False, it can be resetted by anyone outside the car and not the driver.

    • D.

      False, anyone outside the car or the driver can reset the shutdown faults.

    Correct Answer
    C. False, it can be resetted by anyone outside the car and not the driver.
    Explanation
    The given answer states that the non-resettable shutdown faults can be reset by anyone outside the car and not just the driver. This implies that the faults can be reset remotely or wirelessly, without the need for physical access to the car.

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  • 12. 

    Substitute the variables A and B with the correct values: All forward facing edges on the bodywork that could impact people, e.g. the nose, must have forward facing radii of at least A. This minimum radius must extend to at least B relative to the forward direction, along the top, sides and bottom of all affected edges. 

    • A.

      This rule does not exist, therefore A and B can not be filled with correct values.

    • B.

      A = 38 mm (1.5 inches); B = fifty-five degrees (55°)

    • C.

      A = 38 mm (1.5 inches); B = forty-five degrees (45°)

    • D.

      A = forty-five degrees (45°); B = 38 mm (1.5 inches)

    • E.

      A = 48 mm (1.5 inches); B = forty-five degrees (45°)

    Correct Answer
    C. A = 38 mm (1.5 inches); B = forty-five degrees (45°)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is A = 38 mm (1.5 inches); B = forty-five degrees (45°). This means that all forward facing edges on the bodywork that could impact people must have a minimum forward facing radius of 38 mm (1.5 inches). This minimum radius must extend to at least forty-five degrees (45°) relative to the forward direction, along the top, sides, and bottom of all affected edges.

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  • 13. 

    What is the peak-to-peak voltage value of a single-phase sinuisodal 300V AC RMS signal? 

    • A.

      848.53V

    • B.

      832.74V

    • C.

      424.26V

    • D.

      416.37V

    • E.

      519.62V

    Correct Answer
    A. 848.53V
    Explanation
    The peak-to-peak voltage value of a sinusoidal AC signal is twice the amplitude of the signal. The RMS voltage is given as 300V, so the amplitude can be calculated by multiplying the RMS voltage by the square root of 2. Therefore, the amplitude is approximately 300V * √2 = 424.26V. The peak-to-peak voltage is then twice the amplitude, which is approximately 424.26V * 2 = 848.53V.

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  • 14. 

    The rise time (10% to 90%) of a given one stage low pass RC network is 3.00ms. What are possible values for R and C? 

    • A.

      R=1.5k Ohm and C=950.6nanoFarad

    • B.

      R=3.0 KOhm and C=420.8nanoFarad

    • C.

      R=2.5K Ohm and C=546.2nanoFarad

    • D.

      R=2k Ohm and C=640.0nanoFarad

    Correct Answer
    C. R=2.5K Ohm and C=546.2nanoFarad
    Explanation
    The rise time of a one stage low pass RC network is determined by the values of R and C. In this case, the rise time is given as 3.00ms. The rise time is the time it takes for the output of the network to go from 10% to 90% of its final value. By comparing the given values of R and C with the rise time, we can determine the correct answer. The combination of R=2.5K Ohm and C=546.2nanoFarad gives a rise time of 3.00ms, so it is the correct answer.

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  • 15. 

    Which of the following should be fused properlyA) TSMPsB) Precharge pathC) Tractive system high current pathD) Dischage path 

    • A.

      Only C

    • B.

      A, B, D

    • C.

      A,B,C

    • D.

      B,C

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. B,C
    Explanation
    The correct answer is B,C. This means that both the precharge path and the tractive system high current path should be fused properly. Fusing these paths is important for safety reasons and to protect the electrical system from damage in case of a fault or overload. Proper fusing ensures that the current is interrupted and prevents further damage or hazards.

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