# Structures - Test

### Description

Secundaria Tecnología Quiz on Structures - Test, created by José Manuel Martínez Loureiro on 03/17/2017.
Quiz by José Manuel Martínez Loureiro, updated 4 days ago
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## Resource summary

### Question 1

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>Which type of stress represents this picture?
• Compression
• Traction
• Bending
• Shearing or cutting

### Question 2

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Which type of stress represents this picture?
• Compression
• Bending
• Torsion
• Shearing or cutting

### Question 3

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Which type of stress represents this picture?
• Traction
• Bending
• Torsion
• Shearing or cutting

### Question 4

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Which type of stress represents this picture?
• Torsion
• Compression
• Bending
• Traction

### Question 5

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Which type of stress represents this picture?
• Torsion
• Traction
• Compression
• Shearing or cutting

### Question 6

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What is a structure?
• A set of elements that bears a load
• A force that acts on a structure
• The internal tension that supports a body

### Question 7

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• the weight of a building
• the snow on a roof
• the people in a room
• the cars on a bridge

### Question 8

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When I turn the key in the keyhole, the stress that suffers the key is:
• Traction
• Torsion
• Compression
• Bending

### Question 9

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The paper that I cut with the scissors is suffering a stress of:
• Torsion
• Shearing or cutting
• Bending
• Compression

### Question 10

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The pillars of a bridge suffer a stress of:
• Compression
• Traction
• Bending
• Torsion

### Question 11

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A shelf full of books is suffering a stress of:
• Traction
• Compression
• Shearing or cutting
• Bending

### Question 12

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A pyramid is an example of a massive structure.
• True
• False

### Question 13

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Select the element that is used in a suspended structure:
• Vault
• Suspender
• Arch
• Foundation

### Question 14

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If a structure is very resistant, it is also very stable.
• True
• False

### Question 15

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To increase the stability of a structure, we can:
• Put weight in the lowest part of the structure.
• Widen its base.
• Convert the structure into triangles.
• Brace the structure (with braces or suspenders).

### Question 16

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Write the name of the structural elements:
• arch
• pillar

### Question 17

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Write the name of the structural elements:
• buttress
• flying buttress

### Question 18

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Select the name of the structural element on each case:
• pillar
• beam
• joist
• foundation
• lintel
• buttress
• flying buttress
• pillar
• beam
• joist
• foundation
• flying buttress
• buttress
• pillar
• beam
• joist
• foundation
• flying buttress
• buttress
• lintel
• pillar
• beam
• joist
• foundation
• flying buttress
• buttress

### Question 19

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Select the structural element on each case:
• flying buttress
• buttress
• vault
• lintel
• foundation
• arch
• flying buttress
• buttress
• vault
• lintel
• foundation
• arch
• buttress
• flying buttress
• vault
• lintel
• foundation
• arch

### Question 20

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Write the name of the structural element pointed by the arrow:
• lintel

### Question 21

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The mixture of cement, sand and small stones is:
• concrete
• reinforced concrete
• beam

### Question 22

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The mixture of cement, sand, small stones and steel rebar is:
• concrete
• pillar
• reinforced concrete

### Question 23

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The central stone of an arch is called:
• Vault
• Suspender
• Key stone

### Question 24

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A [blank_start]load[blank_end] is a force that acts on a [blank_start]structure[blank_end].
• structure

### Question 25

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Traction is a type of stress that tries to [blank_start]stretch[blank_end] a body, however, the stress that tries to [blank_start]crush[blank_end] or compress the body is the [blank_start]compression[blank_end]. Bending is a stress that tries to [blank_start]bend[blank_end] a body and [blank_start]torsion[blank_end] tries to twist a body. [blank_start]Shearing[blank_end] or cutting is a stress that tries to [blank_start]divide[blank_end] or cut something.
• stretch
• crush
• compression
• bend
• torsion
• Shearing
• divide

### Question 26

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The chain that holds a lamp on the ceiling suffers a stress of [blank_start]traction[blank_end].
• traction

### Question 27

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The Eiffel Tower is an example of a [blank_start]triangular[blank_end] structure.
• triangular

### Question 28

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The structures formed by sheets of metal or plastic, that have a curved shape are the [blank_start]laminar[blank_end] structures.
• laminar
• reinforced concrete
• spatial and geodesic
• vaulted

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