# Fse Registration Quiz #9

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 54

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• 1.
Which is the correct technical inspection order for EVs according to the rules?
• A.

E-Scrutineering, Mechanical Scrutineering, Tilt Table, Ready-To-Drive-Sound-Test, Rain Test, Brake Test

• B.

E-Scrutineering, Mechanical Scrutineering, Tilt Table, Rain Test, Ready-To-Drive-Sound-Test, Brake Test

• C.

E-Scrutineering, Mechanical Scrutineering, Tilt Table, Rain Test, Brake Test, Ready-To-Drive-Sound-Test

• D.

E-Scrutineering, Mechanical Scrutineering, Tilt Table, Ready-To-Drive-Sound-Test, Brake Test, Rain Test

• 2.
All drivers have to wear underwear (long pants and long sleeve t-shirt) certified to
• A.

SFI 3.3 or FIA 8856-2000

• B.

SFI 3.3 or FIA 8586-2000

• C.

SFI 2.2 or FIA 8856-2000

• D.

SFI 33.33 or FIA 8856-2012

• 3.
Which value must the current limiting resistors for the each tractive system measurement point have, if the maximum tractive system voltage is 398.8VDC?
• A.

10kR

• B.

5kR

• C.

15kR

• D.

20kR

• 4.
Given is a battery cell with an end-of-charge voltage of 4.2V, an average internal dis-charge resistance of 0.5mR and an average internal charge resistance of 0.7mR. 360 of these cells are used to build an accumulator in 120s3p configuration. This accumulator is used to drive an Endurance that takes 1440s. The car re-generated energy during 18% of the lap time with an average total accumulator charging current of 3A. 9% of the lap time the accumulator was not charged or discharged. Energy was sourced to the motors for the rest of the lap time with an average discharge current of 30A. How much energy is wasted during Endurance due to the internal resistance of the cells? NOTE: No other losses have to be taken into account. Wherever possible, average values may be used and simplifications may be applied. For example the influence of the internal cell resistance on the accumulator voltage should be neglected.
• A.

18987J

• B.

18989J

• C.

18985J

• D.

18991J

• E.

18992J

• F.

18994J

• G.

18978J

• H.

18985J

• I.

18983J

• 5.
Which of the following statements regarding the Energy Meter is wrong?
• A.

The Energy Meter must be directly supplied from the GLV master switch.

• B.

The energy meter is sealed by the officials before the dynamic events. Any manipulation or broken seals of the energy meter result in at least a DNF for the efficiency scoring.

• C.

The energy is calculated as the time integrated value of the measured voltage multiplied by the measured current logged by the Energy Meter.

• D.

Energy flowing from the accumulator(s) to the motor(s) will be multiplied with a factor of 1 and added to the used energy.

• E.

Energy flowing from the motor(s) to the accumulator(s) will be multiplied with a factor of 0.8 and subtracted from the used energy.

• 6.
Which Statement is wrong about Vehicle Status Report and Video?
• A.

The video must be filmed from a 3rd persons view

• B.

It must be between 15sec and 30sec long

• C.

The car must accelerate from standing still

• D.

Teams which hand in a Vehicle Status Report must answer all questions from the organizers within 48 hours after submission of the report

• E.

If a team does not upload a valid Vehicle Status Video until July 15th, 2015 it will be de-registered

• 7.
The rise time (from 10% to 90%) of the capacitor voltage of a given one stage low pass RC network is 3.00ms. What are possible valuesfor R and C?
• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

• 8.
What is the impedance of a capacitor with a capacity of 50 microFarad, if a sinusoidal voltage signal of 150Hz is applied to it?
• A.

2.374 Ohm

• B.

2.122 Ohm

• C.

23.738 Ohm

• D.

21.221 Ohm

• 9.
At the event your vehicle has been weighed at Technical Inspection. The official weight is 193.7kg. After the endurance the weight of the vehicle is 186.3kg. What is the penalty for this underweight?
• A.

-60 points

• B.

-40 points

• C.

-160 points

• D.

-140 points

• 10.
Which vehicle regarding the vehicle track complies with the FSAE Rules?
• A.

Front Track: 1361mm, Rear Track: 1817mm

• B.

Front Track: 1328mm, Rear Track: 993mm

• C.

Front Track: 1483mm, Rear Track: 1110mm

• D.

Front Track: 1050mm, Rear Track: 788mm

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