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Galvez, John Robert I.

BSME-5B
1. a. b. c. d. 2. It is used primarily to produce thin walled hollow containers from thermoplastic resin. Plastic moulding Swaging Piercing Blow moulding

An excellent method of utilizing energy at high rate, since the gas pressure and rate of detonation can be carefully controlled. a. Power metal forming b. stretch forming c. Magnetic forming d. Explosive forming 3. a. b. c. d. 4. a. b. c. d. 5. It is the fusion or uniting of metal parts by heat and pressure. Brazing Welding Riveting Extruding It is done either attacking the metal chemically or by using a reverse plating process. Shot peening Electroplating Blow molding Chemical machining

It is also a surface improving process that removes undesirable fragmented metal, leaving a base of solid crystalline metal. a. Polishing b. Super finishing c. Parkerizing d. Anodizing 6. a. b. c. d. 7. The method of cold working by compression. Broaching Piercing Shot peening Sheradizing

A process in which metal is squeezed at a pressure of about 300 tons or less into a die or mandrel to produce an internal configuration. a. Honing b. Intraforming c. Lapping d. Extrusion 8. The limited distance above or below an elevation? a. Hoist way enclosure b. hoist way door c. leveling zone d. machine drive The power unit which applies the energy necessary to raise or lower an elevation?

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a. Hoist way enclosure b. hoist way door c. leveling zone d. machine drive 10. Controlled car movement toward the landing, within the leveling zone? a. Landing zone b. leveling c. leveling zone d. hoist way 11. A zone extending from a point 457 mm below an elevator? a. Landing zone b. leveling c. leveling zone d. hoist way 12. A geared drive machine in which the suspension ropes are fastened to and wind on a drum? a. Winding drum b. worm geared c. gearless traction d. indirect drive 13. A hoisting and lowering mechanism normally classified as an elevator? a. Materiel lift b. moving walk c. hoist way/ shaft d. traction machine 14. A power driven device made of a continuous belt treads way or pallets? a. Materiel lift b. moving walk c. hoist way/ shaft d. traction machine A direct driven in which the motion of the car is obtained through friction? a. Materiel lift b. moving walk c. hoist way/ shaft d. traction machine A device which secures a hoist way gate in the closed portion? Hoist way enclosure hoist way door leveling zone machine drive Fire in flammable liquids and gases? Class D class C class B class a

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16. a. b. c. d. 17. a. b. c. d.

18. Fire involving energized electrical equipment? a. Class D

b. class C c. class B d. class a

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It is the science of water at rest? Hydraulics Hydrostatics Hydrokinetics Hydrodynamics It is the mechanics of water or liquid whether at rest or in motion? Hydraulics Hydrostatics Hydrokinetics Hydrodynamics

21. a. b. c. d. 22. a. b. c. d. 23. a. b. c. d. 24. a. b. c. d. 25. a. b. c. d. 26. a. b. c. d.

It is generally associated with the science of the force exerted by water in motion? Hydraulics Hydrostatics Hydrokinetics Hydrodynamics? It is the science of water in motion? Hydraulics Hydrostatics Hydrokinetics Hydrodynamics It is due to the weight of the atmosphere on the Earth? Gauge pressure absolute pressure atmospheric pressure pressure It is the sum of the atmospheric pressure and the gauge pressure? Gauge pressure absolute pressure atmospheric pressure pressure It is the term implies the pressure on a gauge on open air? Gauge pressure absolute pressure atmospheric pressure pressure It is a device set in a pipe to show the net or normal pressure? Piezometer pilot tube manometer Bourden gauge

27. It is used to measure the pressure of water discharging from a nozzle? a. Piezometer

b. c. d. 28. a. b. c. d. 29. a. b. c. d. 30. a. b. c. d. 31. a. b. c. d. 32. a. b. c. d. 33. a. b. c. d. 34.

pilot tube manometer Bourden gauge It is a gauge in the form of a glass u- tube one leg of which is open to the atmosphere? Piezometer pilot tube manometer Bourden gauge It is the rate of flow of liquid measure per unit of time? Suction head total head capacity velocity head A pump with the shaft normally in a horizontal position? Centrifugal pump horizontal pump booster pump line pump A pump in which the pressure is developed principally by the action of centrifugal force? Centrifugal pump horizontal pump booster pump line pump The vertical difference between the pumping water level and the static water level? Drawn down ground water aquifer wet pit That water which is available from a well, driven into water bearing subsurface strata? Drawn down ground water aquifer wet pit

A timber, concrete or masonry enclosure having a screened inlet kept partially filled with water? a. Drawn down b. ground water c. aquifer d. wet pit 35. a. b. c. d. An underground to yield significant quantities of water? Drawn down ground water aquifer wet pit

36. It is a tube with round cross sections? a. Carbon steel pipe b. pipes c. galvanize pipe

d. expansion loop

37. a. b. c. d. 38. a. b. c. d. 39. a. b. c. d. 40. a. b. c. d. 41. a. b. c. d. 42. a. b. c. d. 43. a. b. c. d. 44. a. b. c. d. 45. a. b. c. d.

Steel pipe which owes its properties chiefly to the carbon which it contains? Carbon steel pipe pipes galvanize pipe expansion loop A large radius bends in a pipe line to absorb longitudinal expansion in the pipe line? Carbon steel pipe pipes galvanize pipe expansion loop Steel pipes coated with zinc to resists corrosion? Carbon steel pipe pipes galvanize pipe expansion loop Steel pipe that was not been galvanized? Black pipes cross- over relief valve street elbow One designed to pan automatically to relieve excess pressure Black pipes cross- over relief valve street elbow A small fitting with a double offset shaped like u with the ends turned out? Black pipes cross- over relief valve street elbow An elbow with male thread on one end, and female thread on the other ends? Black pipes cross- over relief valve street elbow A valve employing a gate, allowing fluid to flow when the gate is lifted from the seat? Globe valve screwed flanged gate valve saddle flange A flanged curved to fit a boiler and to be attached to a threaded pipe? Globe valve screwed flanged gate valve saddle flange

46. a. b. c. d. 47. a. b. c. d. 48. a. b. c. d. 49. a. b. c. d. 50. a. b. c. d. 51. a. b. c. d. 52. a. b. c. d. 53. a. b. c. d. 54. a. b. c. d. 55.

A flanged screwed on the pipe which it is connecting to an adjoining pipe? Globe valve screwed flanged gate valve saddle flange One with a globe shaped body with a normally raised or lowered disc? Globe valve screwed flanged gate valve saddle flange A large pipe or drum which each of the group of boilers is connected? Header manifold wrought iron malleable iron Cast iron heat treated to reduce its brittleness? Header manifold wrought iron malleable iron Iron refined to a plastic state in a puddling furnace? Header manifold wrought iron malleable iron A fitting with a number of branches in line connecting to smaller pipes? Header manifold wrought iron malleable iron This term refers to both wrought steel and wrought iron? Wrought pipe steel- iron pipe galvanized pipe black pipe A degree of conformity of a measured or calculated value to some recognized standard? Tolerance standard correctness sensibility Something that is set up and established by authority? Tolerance standard correctness sensibility It is the amount of variation permitted in the part of the total variation allowed in a given dimension?

a. b. c. d. 56. a. b. c. d. 57. a. b. c. d. 58. a. b. c. d. 59. a. b. c. d. 60.

Tolerance standard correctness sensibility It is the ability of a device to detect small differences in a quality being measured? Tolerance standard correctness sensibility It is the susceptibility of a device to having its indication? Readability sensibility allowance precision It is the minimum clearance space? Readability sensibility allowance precision It is the repeatability of the measuring process? Readability sensibility allowance precision

A structure that has a group of instruments mounted on it, houses the operator-process interface, and is chosen to have a unique designation. a. Board b. panel c. loop d. controller This alloy is used for most commercial applications. It is used in the as cast, heat treated or heat treated and aged condition as may be required. a. SAE Standard No.51 Alloy b. SAE Standard No. 50 Alloy c. SAE 51410 d. SAE Standard No. 520 Alloy 61. 62. It is noted for its corrosion resistance, good electrical conductivity and high heat-transfer properties. a. Cobalt b. Nickel c. Lead d. Chromium 63. This is a corrosion and heat resisting nickel-bearing chromium steel with somewhat better corrosion resistance than SAE 51410. a. SAE 30302 b. SAE 51414 c. Resulfurized Steels d.. SAE 30301

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This is a free machining grade for the manufacture of parts produced in automatic screw machines. a. SAE 51420 b. SAE 51420F c. SAE 30321 d. SAE 51416F 65. Consists of hot or cold process machines utilizing energy directly from the prime mover? a. Impulse metal working machine b. power press c. plate shear d. ram An enclosure for housing the operator and equipment controlling a crane. a.Period b. roof c. motor d. cage Shall be provided with a hood that will cover the saw to at least the depth of the teeth? a.Treadle guards b. bar stock machine c. circular metal cutting saw d. rolls A fixed mounted head guards covering the length of run of power of chains? Coupling guards chain guards conveyors belt guards

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A fixed- mounted explosion resistant enclosures covering vicinity of the point of operations of danger zone? a. Explosion guards b. head guards c. belt guards d. chain guards 70. a. b. c. d. 71. a. b. c. d. It is designed to contain energy bursts and flying material? Explosion guards head guards fire explosion guards belt guard A fixed mounted guards covering the length of run of belts? Belt guards hood guards explosion guards chain guards

72. Designed to isolate the point of operation and danger zone without impairing ocular inspection? a.Railings and screw doors b. hood guards

c. belt guards d. chain guards

73. a. b. c. d.

A fixed mounted guard designed to prevent personnel from moving into danger zones? Hood guards explosion guards distance rail guards chain guards

74. a. b. c. d. 75. a. b. c. d. 76. a. b. c. d. 77. a. b. c. d. 78.

Electrical safety hazards shall be painted in what color? Red blue orange red- orange Motor terminal box covers shall be? Heather proof water proof fire proof corrosion resistant A metal section which is pivoted at the heel at a fixed point on a frame. Brake boom bridge cab Raising or lowering the head of a boom? Booming caging bumper buffering

A cushioning device at the end of a moving part of a crane to minimize shock in the event of collision? a. Bridge b. bumper c. buffer d. cab 79. a. b. c. d. 80. a. b. c. d. An electric motor acting as a brake by regenerative or dynamic means? Boom bridge brake cab A device which stops the moving part at the time of travel of cranes or trolleys? Bumper cage buffer brake

81. An enclosure for housing the operator and equipment controlling a crane? a. Cage

b. cab c. brake d. crane 82. a. b. c. d. An enclosure for housing the operator and the hoisting mechanism? Cage cab crane bridge

83. a. b. c. d. 84. a. b. c. d. 85. a. b. c. d. 86. a. b. c. d. 87. a. b. c. d. 88.

A structural member supporting one or more trolleys? Brake buffer cage bridge A machine for lifting or lowering load and moving it horizontal? Cage cab crane brake A boom type mobile crane mounted on endless tracks or tread belts? Gantry crane crawler crane jib crane boom crane One short blast whistle signal Hoist stop lower raise boom A series of short blasts whistle signal. Emergency blasts stop hoist lower

These are mainly used to thicken sludge from secondary clarifiers or mixtures of sludge from both primary and secondary treatment units. a. Biological filters b. Activated Sludge c. Floatation d. Sludge concentrators 89. These are used for collecting medium and coarse size particulates. a. Filtration devices b. Inertial separators c. Electrostatic precipitators d. Vapor condensers These are suitable for the collection of a wide variety of dust and fumes. a. Adsorption equipment

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b. Sludge concentrators c. Biological filters d. Electrostatic precipitators 91. a. b. c. d. 92. a. b. c. d. 93. a. b. c. d. A device absorbing the momentum of descent of the counterweight? Bumper car, elevator buffer annunciator A device designed to stop a descending or falling car? Bumper car, elevator buffer annunciator An electric signaling device that audibly indicate attention to such information? Bumper car, elevator buffer annunciator

94. a. b. c. d. 95. a. b. c. d. 96. a. b. c. d. 97. a. b. c. d. 98. a. b. c. d.

The top and the walls of the car attached to the car platform? Car frame, sub-post car enclosure car, elevator car frame, underslung A car frames all of whose members are located below the car frame? Car frame, sub-post car enclosure car, elevator car frame, underslung A car frame to which the hoisting rope sheaves are attached at or below the car platform? Car frame, sub-post car enclosure car, elevator car frame, underslung The load carrying unit? Car frame, sub-post car enclosure car, elevator car frame, underslung A buffer, utilizing a spring to absorb the impact of the falling car against the elevator pit. Buffer spring car platform clearance, top car car frame(sling)

99. The supporting frame where the car platform are attached? a. Buffer spring b. car platform

c. clearance, top car d. car frame(sling) 100. The structure which forms the floor of the car? a. Buffer spring b. car platform c. clearance, top car d. car frame(sling) 101. The shortest vertical clearance between the top of the car cross head? a. Clearance, top counterweight b. clearance, top car c. controller d. control 102. The shortest vertical distance between any parts of the counterweight structure? a. Clearance, top counterweight b. clearance, top car c. controller d. control

103. The system governing the starting, stopping or retardation of the moving number? a. Clearance, top counterweight b. clearance, top car c. controller d. control 104. A device which serves to control the apparatus to which it is connected? a. Clearance, top counterweight b. clearance, top car c. controller d. control 105. A hoisting and lowering mechanism which is designed to carry passengers? a. Elevator b. escalator c. dumbwaiter d. hoist way/ shaft 106. A hoisting and lowering mechanism design to materials and other lightweight loads? a. Elevator b. escalator c. dumbwaiter d. hoist way/ shaft 107. A power driven, inclined continuous stairway? a. Elevator b. escalator c. dumbwaiter d. hoist way/ shaft 108. An opening through a building or structure for material lift? a. Elevator b. escalator

c. dumbwaiter d. hoist way/ shaft 109. An elevator having two or more compartment located one immediately above the other? a. Elevator, inclined b. elevator, multi- deck c. elevator, scenic d. elevator, passengers 110. An elevator designed to permit exterior viewing by passengers? a. Elevator, inclined b. elevator, multi- deck c. elevator, scenic d. elevator, passengers 111. An elevator used primarily to carry persons other than the operator? a. Elevator, inclined b. elevator, multi- deck c. elevator, scenic d. elevator, passengers

112. An elevator which travels at an angle of 10 degrees or less from the horizon? a. Elevator, inclined b. elevator, multi- deck c. elevator, scenic d. elevator, passengers 113. The ratio of the ultimate strength to the working stress of a member under maximum static loading? a. Factor of safety b. unit system c. hoist way, single d. hoist way, blind 114. The portion of hoist way (shaft) where normal landing entrances are not provided? a. Factor of safety b. unit system c. hoist way, single d. hoist way, blind 115. A hoisture (shaft) where landing entrances are not provided? a. Factor of safety b. unit system c. hoist way, single d. hoist way, blind 116. A series of hoist way door interlocks? a. Factor of safety b. unit system c. hoist way, single d. hoist way, blind 117. A device or function that signals the existence of an abnormal condition by means of audible or visible discrete change, or both, intended to attract attention.

a. b. c. d.

Alarm speaker radio warning device

118. This type differs from the preceding ones particularly in properties related to the addition of about 1 per cent vanadium which contributes to increase hot hardness, abrasion resistance and reduced activity for heat checking. a. AISI A2 b. AISI H13 c. SAE 51430F d. SAE 51431 119. This high alloyed tungsten type hot work steel resembles in its composition the type high speed steel AISI T1, except for the somewhat lower carbon content for improved toughness. a. AISI M3 b. AISI H26 c. AISI M d. AISI M42 120. This oil hardening type of tool steel belongs to a group often designated as graphitic because of the presence of small particles of graphitic carbon which are uniformly dispersed throughout the steel. a. AISIH13 b. AISI F2 c. AISI H21 d. AISI 06

121. A low alloy tool steel which is hardened in oil and exhibits only a low tendency to shrinking or harping. a.SAE 1022 b.AISI F2 c.SAE 1006 d.. AISI O1 122. Similar to T1 except for somewhat higher carbon content and twice the vanadium contained in the former grade. a.SAE 2500 c. SAE 51431 b.AISI T3 d. AISI T2 123. Their primary application is for tools used for the working of metals at high cutting speeds. a. Carbon Steels b. High Speed Tool Steels c. Tungsten types d. Water Hardening Tool Steels 124. This was developed as a substitute for the classical T to save on the alloying element tungsten by replacing most of it with molybdenum. a. AISI H12 b. AISI M c .AISI F2

d. AISI M10 125. These are mixtures of hydrocarbons liquefied under pressure for efficient transportation, a. storage, and use. b. Kerosene c. Crude oil d. Diesel e. Liquified Petroleum Gases 126. It is the solid, infusible, cellular residue left after fusible bituminous coals are heated, in the absence of air, above temperatures at which active thermal decomposition of the coal occurs. a. Charcoal b.Coke c.Coal tar d. Ash 127. It is the most widely used method of mechanical sludge dewatering. Sludge is sucked by a vacuum against a revolving drum partially submerged in a vat or slurry tank. a. Ion exchange b. Neutralization c. Electro dialysis d. Vacuum filtration 128. It is handled by drying beds, lagoons, and filters and centrifugal. a. Gravity filter b. Dewatering c. Vacuum filtration d. adsorption 129. It is the process of adding chemicals to waste water to produce a flocculent precipitate that will remove fine suspended matter and colloidal substances by adsorption or mechanical entrainment. a. Dialysis b. Coagulation c. Rinsing d. absorption 130. It is a practical tool for recovering chemicals from process waste. a. Electro dialysis b. Ion exchange c. Coagulation d. Dialysis 131. It is a final step from waste water treatment plants. a. finishing b. Sludge handling and disposal c. Cleaning d. Dewatering 132. It is a versatile process that keeps extending its range of service. In waste water treatment, it is used to remove or recover anions and cat ions depending on whether or not they are valuable, undesirable or both. a. Filtration b. Ion exchange c. Flocculation

d. d. Clarifying 133. It is frequently needed to keep pH in the range of 6 to 8 required by most water quality criteria. a. Gravity separation b. Anaerobic digestion c. Augmentation d. Neutralization

134. This is a method of determining the hardness of the weld more particularly the heat affected zone. a. Destructive Testing b. Radiographic examination c. Magnetic particle testing d. Hardness Testing 135. These are small holes through the weldments normally caused by gas bubbles escaping through the molten weld metal while cooling. a. Small diameters b. porosity c. Inclusion d. Pinhole 136. This normally occurs at the weld heat affected zone (HAZ) due to brittle weldments associated with stresses. a. Inclusion b. Weld Cracks c. Lack of penetration d. Weld undercuts 137. This is a process wherein weld examination is done without destroying the material. a. Destructive testing b. Non Destructive Testing (NDT) c. Tensile testing d. Bending test 138. These are cuts between the weld metal and the base metal normally due to excessive welding current. a. porosity b. Weld cracks c. Inclusion d. Weld undercuts 139. This is a common weld defect. Slags or foreign materials are trapped inside the weld metal. a. Weld cracks b. Inclusion c. Porosity d. Lack of penetration 140. A process wherein the metal is heated to its liquid state and allowed to solidify thereby making the joint. a. Gas welding b. Electric-Arc Welding c. Electro-Slug welding

d.Friction welding 141. Wire or powder from the nozzle of a spraying gun is fused by a gas flame, arc or plasmajet, and the molten particles are projected in the form of a spray by means of compressed air or gas. a. Metalizing b. Metal Spraying c. Galvanizing d. Magnetic forming 142. A high current at low voltage flows through two components from electrodes. a. Laser welding b. Resistance Welding c. Flash Welding d. Plasma-arc welding 143. An arc is struck between the components to be joined and raised the temperature of the ends of the components to the melting point. a. Thermit welding b. Stud Welding c. Electro-beam welding d. Atomic hydrogen welding 144. An arc struck between two tungsten electrodes into which a jet of hydrogen is directed. a. Friction welding b. Atomic Hydrogen Welding c. Electro-slug welding d. Butt welding 145. Mechanical means of permanently fastening parts together to rivet two parts, a rivet is put through a hole and its head placed on an anvil. a. Rolling b. Reaming c. Sintering d. Riveting 146. Consists of heating a thermo-plastic sheet until it softens and the forcing it to conform to some mold either by differential air pressure or mechanical means. a. Metalizing b. Stretch forming c. Sizing d. Thermo-Forming 147. A hot work piece is placed on an anvil and struck repeatedly by a hammer. a. Drop forging b. Upset forging c. Roll forging d. Hammer forging 148. This is done in presses rather than with hammer. The action is relatively slow squeezing instead of pending and penetrates deeply because it gives time to flow. a. Roll forging b. Upset forging c. Hammer forging d. Press forging

149. A process by which zinc coating is applied to a wide variety of steel product to provide protection against corrosion. a. Plasma-arc b. Galvanizing c. Sintering d. Ultrasonic machining 150. A moving walk with a power driven continuous belt treads way? a. Pallet type b. belt type c. belt pallet d. material lift 151. A moving walk with a series of connected and power driven pallets which together constitutes a tread way? a. Pallet type b. belt type c. belt pallet d. material lift 152. A panel or panels used to close a hoist way enclosure opening above a hoist way entrance? a. Transom b. travel(rise) c.travelling cable d. static switching 153. The vertical distance between the bottom terminal landing and the top terminal landing of a material lift? a. Transom b. travel(rise) c. travelling cable d. static switching 154. A cable made up of electric conductor which provides electric connection? Transom b. travel(rise) c. travelling cable d. static switching 155. Switching of circuits by means of solid state devices? a. Transom b. travel(rise) c. travelling cable d. static switching 156. A closed vessel intended for use in heating water? a. Boiler b. pressure vessel c. power boiler d. stream system 157. An inspection made when a boiler is shut down or hand holes are opened for inspection of the interior? a. Heat recovery

b. fusion welding c. internal inspection d. external inspection 158. An inspection made on the external parts of the system? a. Heat recovery b. fusion welding c. internal inspection d. external inspection 159. Acceptable to the authorities having jurisdiction? a. Approved b. disapproved c. effective d. needed 160. The useful refrigerating effect equal to 211 KJ/min? a. 1 tons b. tons of refrigeration c. effective temperature d. refrigeration effect 161. A mechanical device used for the purpose of increasing pressure upon the refrigerant? a. Condenser b. evaporator c. compressor d. expansion coil 162. A vessel which vaporized refrigerant is liquefied by the removal of heat? a. Condenser b. evaporator c. compressor d. expansion coil 163. An evaporator constructed of pipe or tubing? a. Condenser b. evaporator c. compressor d. expansion coil 164. That part of the system in which liquid refrigerant is vaporized to produce refrigeration? a. Condenser b. evaporator c. compressor d. expansion coil 165. A device having a predetermined temperature fusible member for the relief of pressure? a. Generator b. fusible plug c. brine d. liquid receiver 166. Any device equipped with heating element use to increase the pressure of the refrigerant? a. Generator b. fusible plug

c. brine d. liquid receiver 167. Any liquid cooled by the refrigerant and used for the transmission of heat? a. Generator b. fusible plug c. brine d. liquid receiver 168. A vessel permanently connected to a system for storage of liquid refrigerant? a. Generator b. fusible plug c. brine d. liquid receiver 169. A substance which absorbs heat at a low temperature and pressure and rejects heat at a high pressure and temperature? a. Brine b. air c. refrigerant d. steam 170. Is obtained by joining of metal parts through positive holding mechanical constructions? a. Mechanical joints b. piping c. pressure vessel d. rupture member 171. A device that will automatically rupture at a predetermined pressure? a. Mechanical joints b. piping c. pressure vessel d. rupture member 172. Any refrigerant containing receptacle of a refrigerating system? a. Mechanical joints b. piping c. pressure vessel d. rupture member 173. A tube main for interconnecting the various parts of a refrigerating system? a. Mechanical joints b. piping c. pressure vessel d. rupture member 174. This term designates any commodity wrapping, cushioning or container? a. Storage aids b. packaging c. exposure d. warehouse 175. The exterior presence of combustibles? a. Storage aids b. packaging c. exposure

d. warehouse 176. Any building used principally for the storage of commodities? a. Storage aids b. packaging c. exposure d. warehouse 177. This term designates commodity storage system? a. Exposure b. packaging c. Storage aids d. warehouse 178. Indicate a mandatory requirement? a. Shall b. should c. must d. would 179. Indicates recommendation or that which is advised but not required? a. Shall b. should c. must d. would 180. Fire in flammable liquids and gases? a. Class D b. class C c. class B d. class a 181. Fire involving energized electrical equipment? a. Class D b. class C c. class B d. class a 182. It is the science of water at rest? a. Hydraulics b. Hydrostatics c. Hydrokinetics d. Hydrodynamics 183. 201. A reserve generating capacity that is in operation but not in service. a. Cold reserve b. Hot reserve c. Load reserve d. Peak reserve 184. Another term for Lower Heating Value (LHV). a. Net Calorific Value b. Gross Calorific Value c. Mean Calorific Value d. Absolute Calorific Value

185. In a refrigeration system, it controls the flow of refrigerant manually. a. Shuttle Valve b. Gate Valve c. Directional Valve d. Float Valve 186. The ratio of the dynamic depression head to the total head of a pump. a. Cavitation factor b. Cavitation load c. Head loss d. Total dynamic head 187. A device used to determine the water level in the boiler. a. Pressure Gauge b. Flow Meter c. Bourdon Gauge d. Gauge cock 189. A device in the fuel system that mixes gasoline with air. a. Carburetor b. Air mixer c. Air louver d. Gasoline engine 190. Comparing Diesel and Gasoline engines, which of the following is true? a. Operating temperature of Diesel Engines are higher b. Operating temperature of Diesel Engines are lower c. Operating temperature of Diesel Engines are equal d. None of the above 191. Which of the following is true in pH value? pH 6 represents neutral value pH 14 represents neutral value pH 7 represents neutral value pH 1 represents neutral value 192. Reversible adiabatic expansion is at constant a.Volume b. Pressure c. Entropy d. Enthalpy 193 . The temperature at which vapor starts forming above the surface of liquid fuels. a. Flash Point b. Boiling Point c. Melting Point d. Freezing Point 194. It is an apparatus used to obtain the volumetric chemical composition of the gaseous by-products of combustion. a. Orsat analyzer b. Calorimeter c. Mixing Chamber d. Air-Fuel Calorimeter

a. b. c. d.

195. A term used to refer to a concrete foundation formed by continuous pouring of cement and letting the entire mass dry as one unit. a.Concrete foundation b. Monolithic foundation c. Plane foundation d. Composite foundation 196. In power plants, if you want to measure small differences in pressures, what is the best instrument to use? a. Barometer b. Manometer c. Anemometer d. Hygrometer 197. Which of the following is not a major function of air-conditioning? a. Control the quality of air b. Control the quantity of air c. Control the humidity of air d. Control the mass of air in the space 198. This material is used to seal the piston rod to prevent leakage from the pump. a. Packing b. Gasket c. Elastomer d. Lubricant 199. You want to know the grindability of coal, what apparatus you should use? a. Intermediate apparatus b. Hardgrove apparatus c. Composite apparatus d. Fragile apparatus 200. It is a straight line that indicates the relationship between steam consumption and the turbo-generator load. a. Soderbergs line b. Coordinate line c. Normal line d. Willans line 201. The period of time for one half of the mass of radioactive material to disintegrate. a. Half life b. Decomposition c. Half length d. Limit 202. In power plant engineering, what do you call the power intended to be available even under emergency situations. a. Firm power b. Apparent power c. True power d. Boiler power

203. In nuclear power plants, what do you call the enclosure usually made of concrete or lead that absorbs any leakage of radiation from the reactor? a. Thermal shield b. Block shield c. Biological shield d. Chemical shield 204. A term referring to the process of clearing exhaust gases by forcing into it a current of air which provides clean air for the next compression stroke of the engine. a. Scavenging b. Leaching c. Degenerating d.Combustion 205. The process regulating air supply either by mechanical or natural means. Recirculation Bypassed Ventilation Enclosure 206. A large pipe or drum into which a group of boiler is connected. a. Deaerator b. Header c. Overhead tank d. Flow pipe 207. An ideal gas undergoes an isothermal compression, the enthalpy therefore, a. Increases b. Decreases c. Remain the same d. Zero 208. The speed of the turbine in a medium head hydroelectric power plant is regulated by a. Anemometer b. Penstock c. Reservoir d. Wicket gate 209. Which of the following is NOT a unit measure of viscosity a. Degree API b. Degree Baume c. Degree Celsius d. Degree Rankine 210. a. Work b. Power c. Heat d. Light Energy from the random motion of molecules within the body

a. b. c. d.

211. Term referring to the ignition of air fuel mixture in the intake of the exhaust manifold a. Backfire b. Frontfire

c. Combustion d. Firing order 212. The amount of matter containing the Avogadros number of particles (molecule or atoms). a. Mass b. Mole c. Flow Rate d. Density 213. Internal combustion engine works on the following engines EXCEPT a. Rankine b. Carnot c. Diesel d. Gasoline 214. A term referring to steels that has been deoxidized completely. a. Killed steel b. Rolled steel c. Rimmed steel d. Stainless steel 215. Because of physical or chemical changes, some metals lose their ductility. What term refers to this process? a. Embrittlement b. Hardness c. Toughness d. Corrosion 216. This is a property of some materials that enables them to accommodate huge deformation without breaking/rupture. a. Elasticity b. Plasticity c. Ductility d. Machinability 217. A type of cast iron in which most of the Carbon is chemically combined with iron. a. Gray Cast Iron b. White Cast Iron c. Wrought Iron d. Black Iron 218. Substances that wear other substances that is softer than itself. a. Abrasive b. Elastic c. Corrosive d. Wear 219. An aluminum ore. a. Magnetite b. Bromide c. Alloy d. Bauxite 220. The most commonly used material for springs. a. Aluminum wire

b. Steel wire c. Plastic wire d. Music wire 221. The referring to the brittleness of steel while it is red hot a. Red hotness b. Red coldness c. Red shortness d. Red stiffness 222. Materials that has the same properties in all directions. a. Isotropic materials b. Isometric materials c. Unitropic materials d. Polytropic materials 223. Alloyed with steel, this material promotes fine grain structure and improved the ratio of endurance strength to ultimate strength. a. Molybdenum b. Aluminum c. Chromium d. Vanadium 224. A special alloy of lead and tin that is commonly used in bearing applications. a. Monel b. Bronze c. Brass d. Steel 225. It is the load-bearing characteristics of a material under relative motion. a. Elasticity b. Plasticity c. Hardenability d. Lubricity 226. Annealing in such a way that some or all of the carbon is precipitated as graphite. a. Graphitizing b. Corrosion c. Fracture d. Resisitivity 227. It is used to designate the relatively soft central portion of certain hardened tool steels. a. Core b. Strands c. Wire d. Perimeter 228. It is the prolonged heating of a metal at a selected temperature. a. Quenching b. Annealing c. Tempering d. Soaking 229. In heat treatment process, it is the critical or transformation point at which pearlite structure is transformed into austenite structure. a. Ultimate point

b. Decalescence point c. Rupture point d. Yield point 230. A case- hardening process whereby steel is heated in a carbon rich environment. A. Annealing b. Normalizing c. Carburizing d. Nitriding 231. A term used to refer to the product of the blast furnace and is made by the reduction of iron ore. A. Pig iron b. Wrought iron c. Cast iron d. Black iron 232. It is a type of steel that owes its distinctive properties chiefly to the carbon it contains. a. Wrought steels b. White steel c. Carbon steels d. Stainless steels 233. It is the deterioration of a material or its properties due to its chemical reaction with the environment. a. Friction b. Evaporation c. Corrosion d. Sublimation 234. Measure of relative hotness or coldness of a body. a. Heat b. Pressure c. Radiation d. Temperature 235. A device that automatically controls the speed of an engine. a. Tachometer b. Motor c. Dynamometer d. Governor 236. When heat is added in a mixture of moisture and air, which of the following is true? The absolute humidity becomes zero b. The absolute humidity remains the same c. The absolute humidity increases d. The absolute humidity decreases 237. Adding a small amount of salt in water will a. Increase the boiling point b. Decrease the boiling point c. Not affect the boiling point d. None of the above 238. If the wet bulb and the dry bulb temperatures are the same, what can we say about the

air in the space? a. It is humidified b. It is dehumidified c. It is saturated d. It is heated 239. Which of the following scenario will increase the likelihood of cavitation in pumps? a. The fluid temperature is lowered b. The fluid temperature is raised c. The fluid temperature is constant d. The fluid temperature is zero 240. The indicator used to determine the anti-knock property of gasoline engines a. Octane number b. Avogadro number c. Mach number d. Prime number 241. Which of the following is used to determine if theres a halogen leak? a. Soap sud b. Bromide torch c. Halide torch d. Halogen tank 242. A valve that that allows the fluid to follow in one direction only a. Directional valve b. Pressure valve c. Float valve d. Check valve 243. The ratio of refrigerating effect to the work of compression a. Coefficient of performance b. Coefficient of restitution c. Coefficient of friction d. Coefficient of cooling coil 244. The measure of how effective a boiler is in transferring heat from furnace to the water and steam. a. Coefficient of heat transfer b. Boiler conductivity c. Boiler efficiency d. Furnace efficiency 245. A heat exchanger used to remove dissolved air in water? a. Condenser b. Deaerator c. Reheater d. Boiler 246. A state of water where the quantity of steam and liquid water is indistinguishable. a. Critical point b. Absolute zero c. Boiling point d. Freezing point 247. A power plant that harness energy from the difference in temperature between the

depths of the ocean. a. OTEC b. Geothermal plant c. Hydroelectric plant d. Wave power plant 248. It is the amount by which a dimension of a body changes when the body is subjected to a load, divided by the original value of the dimension a. stress b. unit strain c. modulus of resilience d. modulus of elasticity 249.The maximum stress to which a test specimen may be subjected and still return to its original length upon release of the load. a. elastic limit b. rupture point c. yield point d. upper limit 250. A boiler where heat is applied inside the tube? a. Fire tube boiler b. gas fired boiler c. coal fired boiler d. oil fired boiler 251. Uses stickered water temperature coal or pulverized coal for water tube? a. Fire tube boiler b. gas fired boiler c. coal fired boiler d. oil fired boiler 252. Uses bunker c as fuel for heating boiler or power boiler? a. Fire tube boiler b. gas fired boiler c. coal fired boiler d. oil fired boiler 253. Uses natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas for heating boiler? a. Fire tube boiler b. gas fired boiler c. coal fired boiler d. oil fired boiler 254. Unfired pressure vessel that uses flue gas heat? Steam system b. waste heat boiler c. heat recovery system generator d. water tube boiler 255. A boiler where heat is applied outside the lube? a. Steam system b. waste heat boiler c. heat recovery system generator d. water tube boiler 256. Unfired pressure vessel that uses flue gas heat from waste incinerator?

a. Steam system b. waste heat boiler c. heat recovery system generator d. water tube boiler 257. The process of absorbing heat from a place where is not needed and transferring it to a place where it is unobjectionable? a. Air-conditioning b. ventilation c. humidifying d. refrigeration 258. The process of supplying or removing air by natural or mechanical means to or from any space? a. Air-conditioning b. ventilation c. humidifying d. refrigeration 259. The process of treating air so as to meet the requirements of the conditioned space? a. Air-conditioning b. ventilation c. humidifying d. refrigeration 260. The maximum stress that can be applied without permanent deformation of the test specimen. a.Yield Strength b. Yield Point c. Utimate Strength d. Rupture strength 261. It is the ratio of unit stress to unit strain within the proportional limit of a material in shear.

b. Modulus of Resilience c. Modulus of Rigidity d. Young's Modulus 262. When strain cycling is produced by a fluctuating temperature field, the failure process is termed. a. Thermal Fatigue b. Corrosion Fatigue c. Surface or Contact Fatigue d. Creep 263. It is the ratio of length l of the column in inches divided by the least radius of gyration r of the cross-section. a. Poisson's ratio b. slenderness ratio c. strain d. Modulus of elasticity 264. Rankine formula for columns is also known as... a. Straight line formula b. Gordon's Formula c. secant formula d. Euler's Formula

265. This is the most widely used of all spring materials for small springs operating at temperatures up to about 250F. a.Music Wire b.Oil-Tempered MB Grade c.Oil-Tempered HB Grade d.Hard-Drawn MB Grade 266. This general-purpose spring steel is commonly used for many types of coil springs where the cost of music wire is prohibitive and in sizes larger than are available in music wire. a.Music Wire b.Oil-Tempered MB Grade c.Oil-Tempered HB Grade d.Hard-Drawn MB Grade 267. This grade is used for general-purpose springs where cost is the most important factor. a.Music Wire b.Oil-Tempered MB Grade c.Oil-Tempered HB Grade d.Hard-Drawn MB Grade 268. This alloy, the first constant-modulus alloy used for hairsprings in watches, is an austenitic alloy hardened only by cold-drawing and cold-rolling. a.Elinvar b.Elgiloy c.Dynavar d.Ni-Span C 269. This spring service is for 1,000 to 10,000 deflections. a.Severe Service b.Light Service c.Average Service d.Extra Light Service 270. It is the highest stress, or range of stress, in pounds per square inch that can be repeated indefinitely without failure of the spring. a. Endurance Strength b. Endurance limit c. Elastic Limit d. Proportional Limit 271. An instrument that measures the hardness of the work piece in terms of elasticity. a. Durometer b. Scleroscope c. Mohs's Scale d. Brinell Tester 272. SAE steel that responds to heat treatment: a.SAE 1060 b.SAE 1030 c.SAE 1117 d.SAE 1020 273. To reduce cost in the manufacturing of large worm gears the materials to utilize: a. alloyed aluminum rim with cast iron spider b. bronze rim with cast steel spider

c. cast iron rim with bronze spider d. all of these 274. The test is used for determining the hardness of metallic materials consists in applying a known load to the surface of the material to be tested through a hardened steel ball of known diameter. a. Shore b. Vicker c. Brinell d. Rockwell 275. It is hardening treatment whereby a cast metal is being heated to a very temperature then suddenly subjected to rapid cooling to improve hardness is called: a. normalizing b. quenching c. tempering d. annealing 276. Split pulley or pulley made of separate section bolted together at the rim, the maximum speed should be limited to about _____% of the maximum speed of solid pulley, a. 45 to 50% b. 65 to 70% c. 55 to 60% d. 80 to 90% 277. Killed steel is very much associated with: a. manganese b. phosphorous c. sulphur d. silicon 278. It is a measure of the ease with which a crack progresses through a material from an existing notch, crack, or sharp corner. a. Creep Rate b. Brittleness c. Notch sensitivity d. Moh's Scale 279. A type of welding whereby a wire or powder from the nozzle of a spray gun is fuse gas flame, arc or plasma jet and the molten particles are projected in form of a spray by means of compressed air or gas. a. electro-slug building b. plasma-arc welding c. electro-beam welding . d. metal spray welding 280. Heating of metal above the critical temperature and then cooling slowly usually furnace to reduce the hardness and improve the machinability is called: a. normalizing b. tempering c. annealing d. quenching 281. Accident prevention is: a. an association of employers, organization and individuals b. a job of a safety engineer

c. the foreman's responsibility just as much as production d. the responsibility of top management 282. Major component of bronze casting: a. copper b. zinc c. manganese d. lead 283. Commonly utilized/cheapest shaft material available in the market with carbon cont 0.28 to 0.34% C. a. SAE 4140 b. SAE 1030 c. SAE 1117 d. SAE 4130 284. Continuing changes in dimensions of a stressed material over time is called ____. a. Aging b. Embrittlement c. Creep d. Deformation 285. The path of contact in involute gears. It is the straight line passing through the pitch point and tangent to the base circles. a. Base helix angle b. Circular thickness c. Line of Action d. Effective face width 286. In a pair of gears, it is plane perpendicular to the axial plane and tangent to the pitch surface. a. Axial plane b. Pitch Plane c. Clearance d. Tolerance 287. Normally a prime mover utilizing magnetic energy from flowing electric currents to produce mechanical energy? a. Belt shifter b. generators c. transformers d. electric motors 288. A heavy wheel which by its inertia assists in securing uniform of machinery by resisting sudden changes in speed. a. Flywheel b. enclosure c. belt shifter d. turbine 289. A driven unit, equipment as distinguished from the driving unit, transmission equipment or prime mover. a. Internal Combustion Engine b. motor c. generator d. machine

290. Method of testing boiler integrity that uses x-rays to generate & record on film the imperfections or defects in the boiler tube material & welds. a. metallurgical replication b. ultrasonic thickness gauging c. vacuum testing d. radiographic testing 291. In instrumentation, it is a device whose function is to pass on information in an unchanged form or in some modified form. a. programmable logic controller (PLC) b. pilot light c. controller d. relay 292. A device assigned to stop a descending car or counterweight beyond its normal limit of travel by absorbing the momentum of descent of the car or counterweight. a. Car Enclosure b. Buffer c. Bumper d. Car Platform 293. A car frame all of whose members are located below the car frame. a. Car Frame, Sub-Post b. Car Frame, Underslug c. Car Frame, Overslug d. Car Frame, Sling 294. A car frame to which the hoisting-rope sheaves are attached at or below the car platform. a. Car Frame, Underslug b. Car Frame, Sub-Post c. Car Frame, Sling d. Car Frame, Overslug 295. The system governing the starting, stopping, direction of motion, acceleration speed, and retardation of the moving number. a. Controller b. Buffer c. Control d. Machine Drive 296. A dumbwaiter which has its topmost landing located underneath a counter. a. Dumbwaiter, Under Counter b. Clearance c. Dumbwaiter, Over Counter d. Car Enclosure

297. An elevator which travels at an angle of inclination of 70 degrees or less from the horizontal. a. Elevator, Freight b. Elevator, Multi-Deck c. Elevator, Hydraulic d. Elevator, Inclined 298. An elevator having two or more compartment located one immediately above the other. a. Elevator, Inclined b. Elevator, Hydraulic c. Elevator, Multi-Deck d. Elevator, Freight 299. The structure which forms the floor of the car and which directly supports the load. a. Car Enclosure b. Car Platform c. Bumper d. Car Frame, Sub-Post 300. A manually opened hoistway door or gate that automatically closes when released. a. Door or Gate, Car or Landing b. Door or Gate, Self-Closing c. Door or Gate, Power Operated d. Door or Gate, Bi-Parting

301. It is a practical tool for recovering chemicals from process waste. a. Electro dialysis b. Ion exchange c. Coagulation d. Dialysis 302. a. b. c. d. It is a final step from waste water treatment plants. finishing Sludge handling and disposal Cleaning Dewatering

303. It is a versatile process that keeps extending its range of service. In waste water treatment, it is used to remove or recover anions and cat ions depending on whether or not they are valuable, undesirable or both. a. Filtration b. Ion exchange c. Flocculation d. Clarifying 304. It is frequently needed to keep pH in the range of 6 to 8 required by most water quality criteria. a. Gravity separation b. Anaerobic digestion c. Augmentation d. Neutralization

305. This is a method of determining the hardness of the weld more particularly the heat affected zone. a. Destructive Testing b. Radiographic examination c. Magnetic particle testing d. Hardness Testing 306. These are small holes through the weldments normally caused by gas bubbles escaping through the molten weld metal while cooling. a. Small diameters b. porosity c. Inclusion d. Pinhole 307. This normally occurs at the weld heat affected zone (HAZ) due to brittle weldments associated with stresses. a. Inclusion b. Weld Cracks c. Lack of penetration d. Weld undercuts 308. a. b. c. d. This is a process wherein weld examination is done without destroying the material. Destructive testing Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Tensile testing Bending test

309. These are cuts between the weld metal and the base metal normally due to excessive welding current. a. porosity b. Weld cracks c. Inclusion d. Weld undercuts 310. metal. a. b. c. d. This is a common weld defect. Slags or foreign materials are trapped inside the weld Weld cracks Inclusion Porosity Lack of penetration

311. A process wherein the metal is heated to its liquid state and allowed to solidify thereby making the joint. a. Gas welding b. Electric-Arc Welding c. Electro-Slug welding d. Friction welding

312. Raising or lowering the head of a boom. a. Booming b. Boom Type Excavator c. Buffer d. Crane

313 An electric motor acting as a brake by regenerative, counter-torque, or dynamic means. a. Brake (Electrically Operated) b. Bridge c. Brake (Electric) d. Buffer 314 Pairs or groups of guards which may mesh together to form an enclosure around the point of operation during machine operation.
a. Hood Guards b. Coupling Guards c. Belt Guards d. Chain Guards 315 Fixed-mounted or movable hood guards covering the length of run of power of chains. a. Coupling Guards b. Distance Rail Guards c. Water Splash Guards d. Chain Guards 316 Fixed-mounted or movable guards or enclosures covering the length of run of belts. a. Water Splash Guards b. Belt Guards c. Distance Rail Guards d. Coupling Guards 317 Fixed-mounted or movable guard designed to prevent personnel from moving into danger zone. a. Distance Rail Guards b. Hood Guards c. Explosion Guards d. Chain Guards 318 Fixed-mounted or retractable enclosures covering the vicinity of the point of operation or danger zone. a. Coupling Guards b. Belt Guards c. Hood Guards d. Water Splash Guards 319 Fixed-mounted or retractable water resistant enclosures covering the vicinity of the point of the operation or danger zone and designed to contain or direct liquid splashes and spills. a. Chain Guards b. Explosion Guards c. Water Splash Guards d. Distance Rail Guards 320 Fixed-mounted explosion resistant enclosures covering the vicinity of the point of operation or danger zone and designed to contain flying materials. a. Hood Guards b. Explosion Guards c. Coupling Guards d. Water Splash Guards

321 Retractable type explosion resistant enclosures covering vicinity of the point of operation of danger zone and designed to contain energy bursts and flying materials. a. Railings and Screen Doors b. Explosion Guards c. Distance Rail Guards d. Fire Explosion Doors 322 Retractable type railings or access doors resistant or access doors resistant to flying materials and encloses the vicinity of the point of operation or danger zone, and is designed to isolate the same without impairing ocular inspection. a. Fire Explosion Doors b. Railings and Screen Doors c. Hood Guards d. Explosion Guards 323 A friction brake actuated or controlled by electrical means. a. Bridge b. Brake (Electrically Operated) c. Brake (Electric) d. Boom Type Excavator 324 Structural member or members supporting one or more trolleys. a. Bridge b. Bumper c. Buffer d. Cage 325 A cushioning device at the end of a trolley, bridge, or other moving part of a crane operating on rails to minimize shock in the event of collision. a. Bumper b. Cab c. Booming d. Buffer 326 A device which stops the moving part at the limit of travel of a trolley, bridges, or crane operating on rails, and prevents further motion beyond that point. a. Brake (Electric) b. Buffer c. Bumper d. Cage 327 An enclosure for housing the operator and equipment controlling a crane. a. Cage b. Crane c. Cab d. Boom 328 A machine for lifting or lowering a load and moving it horizontally, in which the hoisting mechanism is an integral part of the machine. a. Booming b. Bridge c. Crane d. Brake (Electric)

329 A self-propelled crane equipped with a boom and mounted on a chassis which is supported on either rubber tires, endless belts or treads, or railway wheels running on railroad tracks. a. Crawler Crane b. Boom Type Mobile Crane c. Hammerhead Crane d. Cantilever Gantry Crane 330 A crane in which the bridge girders or trusses are extended transversely beyond the crane runway on one or both sides. a. Cantilever Gantry Crane b. Jib Crane c. Crawler Crane d. Boom Type Mobile Crane 331 A boom type mobile crane mounted on endless tracks or tread belts. a. Crawler Crane b. Gantry Crane c. Boom Type Mobile Crane d. Hammerhead Crane 332 A crane similar to an overhead traveling, except that the bridge for carrying the trolley or trolleys is rigidly supported on two or more movable legs running on fixed rails or other runway. a. Hammerhead Crane b. Cantilever Gantry Crane c. Gantry Crane d. Jib Crane 333 A rotating counterbalanced cantilever equipped with one or more trolleys and supported by a pivot or turntable on a traveling or fixed tower. a. Jib Crane b. Hammerhead Crane c. Locomotive Crane d. Motor Truck Crane 334 A fixed crane consisting of a supported vertical member from which extends horizontal swinging arms carrying a trolley hoist or other hoisting mechanism. a. Pillar Crane b. Tower Crane c. Pintle Crane d. Jib Crane

335 A boom type mobile crane consisting of a self-propelled car operating on a railroad track. a. Motor Truck Crane b. Locomotive Crane c. Portal Crane d. Pillar Crane 336 A boom type mobile crane mounted on a motor truck frame or rubber-tire chassis. a. Motor Truck Crane b. Semi-Portal Crane c. Locomotive Crane d. Gantry Crane

337 A crane on a pair of parallel elevated runways, adapted to lift and lower a load and carry it horizontally parallel to, or at right angles to, the runways, or both. a. Pintle Crane b. Portal Crane c. Bridge Crane d. Tower Crane 338 A fixed crane consisting of a vertical member held at the base, with horizontal revolving arm carrying a trolley. a. Portal Crane b. Pillar Crane c. Semi-Gantry Crane d. Locomotive Crane 339 A crane similar to the hammerhead, but without a trolley, and which supports the load at the outer end of the cantilever arm. a. Pintle Crane b. Hammerhead Crane c. Portal Crane d. Semi-Gantry Crane 340 A gantry crane without trolley motion, which has the boom attached to a revolving crane mounted on a gantry, with the boom capable of being raised or lowered at its head (outer end). a. Semi-Gantry Crane b. Semi-Portal Crane c. Gantry Crane d. Portal Crane 341 A gantry with one of the bridge rigidly supported on one or more movable legs, running on a fixed rail or runway, the other end of the bridge being supported by a truck running on an elevated rail or runway. a. Portal Crane b. Bridge Crane c. Semi-Portal Crane d. Semi-Gantry Crane

342 A portal crane mounted on a semi-gantry frame instead of a gantry frame. a. Tower Crane b. Semi-Portal Crane c. Pillar Crane d. Crawler Crane 343 A portal crane, with or without an opening between the legs of its supporting structure, adapted to hoist and swing load over high obstructions and mounted upon a fixed or mobile tower-like gantry. a. Tower Crane b. Wall Crane c. Semi-Portal Crane d. Portal Crane 344 A crane having jib with or without a trolley and supported from a side wall or line of columns of a building so as to swing through an arc. a. Pintle Crane b. Gantry Crane c. Wall Crane

d. Crawler Crane 345 The structure upon which a crane runs. a. Derrick b. Hoist c. Crane Runway d. Trolley 346 A structure or building appurtenance for hoisting, but does not include a hoistway nor a car or platform traveling thorough guides. a. Crane Runway b. Swinging c. Hoist d. Derrick 347 A hoist similar to an overhead electric hoist, except that it has a base or feet and may be mounted overhead, on a vertical plane, or in any position for which it is designed. a. Monorail Hoist b. Base-Mounted Electric Hoist c. Simple Drum Hoist d. Clevis Suspension Hoist 348 A hoist whose upper suspension member is a clevis or a U-shaped structural member designed to carry pulling loads. a. Clevis Suspension Hoist b. Monorail Hoist c. Hook Suspension Hoist d. Base-Mounted Electric Hoist

349 A hoist whose upper suspension member is a hook. a. Overhead Electrical Hoist b. Hook Suspension Hoist c. Simple Drum Hoist d. Monorail Hoist 350 A trolley suspension hoist whose trolley is suspended from a single rail. a. Trolley Suspension Hoist b. Monorail Hoist c. Clevis Suspension Hoist d. Overhead Electrical Hoist 351 A motor-driven hoist having one or more drums or sheaves for rope or chain, supported overhead. It may be fixed or traveling. a. Hook Suspension Hoist b. Monorail Hoist c. Simple Drum Hoist d. Overhead Electrical Hoist 352 A hoist with one or more drums controlled by manually operated clutches, brakes or ratchet and pawl on drum and control levers, which is operated by hand or power. a. Double Drum Hoist b. Overhead Electrical Hoist c. Simple Drum Hoist

d. Triple Drum Hoist 353 A simple drum hoist having two independent hoisting drums. a. Double Drum Hoist b. Simple Drum Hoist c. Single Fixed Drum Hoist d. Single Drum Hoist

354 A simple drum hoist having only one hoisting drum. a. Single Fixed Drum Hoist b. Simple Drum Hoist c. Double Drum Hoist d. Single Drum Hoist 355 A single drum hoist with the drum geared or fixed directly to the power unit. a. Simple Drum Hoist b. Single Fixed Drum Hoist c. Single Drum Hoist d. Double Drum Hoist 356 A simple drum hoist having three independent hoisting drums. a. Triple Drum Hoist b. Double Drum Hoist c. Single Fixed Drum Hoist d. Single Drum Hoist 357 A hoist whose upper suspension member is a trolley, for the purpose of running the hoist below a suitable runway, it may be either floor or cage-operated. a. Hook Suspension Crane b. Clevis Suspension Crane c. Hammerhead Crane d. Trolley Suspension Crane 358 The horizontal distance from the center of rotation of a tower, hammerhead portal or pillar crane, or derrick to the center of the hook or load. a. Swinging b. Truck c. Trolley d. Radius 359 The act of moving a boom through a horizontal arc. a. Trolley b. Radius c. Swinging d. Truck 360 A truck or carriage on which the hoisting mechanism is mounted and which travels on an overhead beam, or track. a. Truck b. Jib c. Derrick d. Trolley

361 The framework and wheels operating on the runway or rails and supporting the bridge, trolley, or body of the crane. a. Trolley b. Jib c. Truck d. Swinging 362 The exterior presence of combustibles which, if ignited, could cause damage to the storage building or its contents. a. Exposure b. Storage Aids c. Fire Wall d. Extra Combustible 363 A wall designed to prevent the spread of fire having a fire resistance rating of not less than four hours and having sufficient structural stability under fire conditions to allow collapse of construction on either side without collapse of wall. a. Ordinary Combustible b. Fire Wall c. Moderate Combustible d. Extra Combustible 364 Any uninterrupted space in excess of 1524 m in length between horizontal layers of stored commodities. a. Horizontal Channel b. Warehouse c. Packaging d. Occupant Load 365 This term designates commodities, packaging or storage aids which will not ignite, burn or liberate flammable gases. a. Storage Aids b. Exposure c. Warehouse d. Horizontal Channel 366 Materials, which, either by themselves or in combination with their packaging, are highly susceptible to ignition and will contribute to the intensity and rapid spread of fire. a. Moderate Combustible b. Non-Combustible c. Ordinary Combustible d. Extra Combustible 367 Materials or their packaging, either of which will contribute fuel to fire. a. Ordinary Combustible b. Extra Combustible c. Moderate Combustible d. Non-Combustible 368 Materials and their packaging which will neither ignite nor support combustion. a. Non-Combustible b. Moderate Combustible c. Extra Combustible d. Ordinary Combustible

369 Fire involving ordinary combustible materials such as wood, cloth, paper, rubber and plastics. a. Class B Fire b. Class A Fire c. Class D Fire d. Class C Fire

370 Fire in flammable liquids and gases. a. Class B Fire b. Class C Fire c. Class A Fire d. Class D Fire 371 Fire involving energized electrical equipment. a. Class A Fire b. Class B Fire c. Class C Fire d. Class D Fire 372 Fire involving combustible metals, such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, titanium and other similar metals. a. Class C Fire b. Class D Fire c. Class B Fire d. Class A Fire 373 A type of stand pipe system in which the pipes are not normally filled with water. a. Means of Egress b. Sprinkler System c. Fire Service d. Dry Stand Pipe 374 An organization or a component of the Philippine National Police Fire Department personnel in-charge with the mission of fire prevention, fire protection. a. Fire Service b. Means of Egress c. Civil Service d. Horizontal Channel

375 A continuous and unobstructed route of exit from any point in a building, structure or facility to a safe public way. a. Horizontal Channel b. Fire Service c. Means of Egress d. Sprinkler System 376 The maximum number of persons that may be allowed to occupy a particular building, structure, or facility or portion thereof. a. Warehouse b. Occupant Load c. Exposure d. Means of Egress

377 A term applied to a device of a function that can be used or be seen by an operator for the purpose of performing control actions. a. Assignable b. Accessible c. Behind the Panel d. Configurable 378 A device or function that signals the existence of an abnormal condition by means of audible or visible discrete change, or both, intended to attract attention. a. Alarm b. Controller c. Computer Device d. Converter 379 An integrated system of one or more water supplies for fire use, underground and overhead piping designed in accordance with fire protection engineering standards. a. Protection System b. Fire Wall c. Sprinkler System d. Storage Aids 380 Any building or area within a building used principally for the storage of commodities. a. Storage Aids b. Warehouse c. Fire Wall d. Packaging 381 The unit consisting of pumps, driver and controller, shall perform is compliance with this standard as an entire unit when installed. a. Overhead Tank Supply b. Hydraulic c. Pneumatic Tank d. Unit Performance 382 A device that receives information in one form of an instrument signal and transmits an output signal in another form. a. Computer Device b. Converter c. Alarm d. Controller 383 The mechanics of water or other liquid whether at rest or in motion. a. Hydraulic b. Hydrodynamics c. Hydrokinetics d. Hydrostatics

384 The science of water at rest. A good example is a gravity tank filled with water and supplying water to closed valve. a. Hydrokinetics b. Hydraulic c. Hydrostatics d. Hydrodynamics

385 A science of water in motion. When the valve in the preceding example opens, the potential energy of static pressure becomes kinetic energy. a. Hydrodynamics b. Hydrokinetics c. Hydraulic d. Hydrostatics 386 A general term, and is generally associated with the science of the force exerted by water in motion, such as driving a turbine connected to an electric generator. a. Hydrodynamics b. Hydraulic c. Hydrokinetics d. Hydrostatics 387 Due to the weight of the atmosphere on the earth. a. Atmospheric Pressure b. Gauge Pressure c. Absolute Pressure d. Vacuum 388 A space entirely devoid of gas, liquids or solids. a. Atmosphere b. Vacuum c. Pneumatic Tank d. Overhead Tank Supply 389 Just the term implies the pressure on a gauge on open air, the gauge being connected to a close pipe. a. Vacuum b. Atmospheric Pressure c. Absolute Pressure d. Gauge Pressure 390 The sum of the atmospheric pressure (14.7 psi or less) and the gauge pressure (psig). a. Absolute Pressure b. Gauge Pressure c. Atmospheric Pressure d. Vacuum

391 Consist essentially of a curved tube, fixed at the open end, with the other (closed) end free and attached to a lever which is geared to the indicator needle. a. Piezometer b. Pitot Tube c. Bourdon Gauge d. Manometer 392 A gauge in the form of a glass U-tube one leg of which is open to the atmosphere, or a straight tube one end of which is open to the atmosphere. a. Pitot Tube b. Manometer c. Piezometer d. Bourdon Gauge

393 Used to measure the pressure of water discharging from a nozzle or flowing in a pipe by having its open end in the water and the other end connected to a gauge or manometer. a. Bourdon Gauge b. Pitot Tube c. Manometer d. Piezometer 394 A device set in a pipe to enable a Bourdon gauge or a manometer attached to the Piezometer to show the net or normal pressure. a. Piezometer b. Bourdon Gauge c. Pitot Tube d. Manometer 395 The rate of flow of liquid measure per unit of time, usually gallons per minute (GPM) or liters per minute (LPM). a. Velocity Head b. Capacity c. Suction Head d. Total Head 396 Exist when the total suction is below atmospheric pressure. a. Capacity b. Suction Head c. Velocity Head d. Suction Lifts 397 Exists when the total suction head is above atmospheric pressure. a. Total Discharge Head b. Total Head c. Suction Head d. Velocity Head 398 Figured from the average velocity (v) obtained by dividing the discharge in cubic feet per second (cfs) or cubic meter second (cms) by the actual area of the pipe cross section in square feet or square meter and determined at the point of the gage connection. a. Total Head b. Total Discharge Head c. Net Positive Suction Head d. Velocity Head 399 The reading of a pressure gage at the discharge of the pump, converted to feet of liquid and referred to datum, plus velocity head at the point of gage attachment. a. Total Discharge Head b. Net Positive Suction Head c. Total Head d. Suction Head 400 The measure of the energy increase per pound imparted to the liquid by the pump and is therefore the algebraic difference between the total discharge head and the total suction lift exists. a. Suction Head b. Net Positive Suction Head c. Total Head d. Total Discharge Head