# Auto Tech Part 1

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### Description

Revision quiz for Automotive Technologies Exam

## Resource summary

### Question 1

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A large We number indicates that the deforming aerodynamic forces are much larger than the reforming surface tension forces.
• True
• False

### Question 2

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What do the terms dng and sg represent in the log-normal distribution?
• dng is the number geometric mean dropsize and sg is the geometric standard deviation.
• dng is the mean diameter of a droplet and sg is the standard deviation.
• The terms have the same significance as the mean and standard deviation of a normal distribution function.
• dng is the mean number of droplets in a sample and sg is the standard deviation.

### Question 3

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What is the acronym SMD stand for?
• Sauter Mean Diameter
• Specimen Mean Diameter
• Sample Mean Diameter

### Question 4

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SMD describes the "average" diameter of an ensemble of droplets by weighting the average by both the surface area and the volume.
• True
• False

### Question 5

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Why is SMD used to characterize droplet size?
• Evaporation is a surface behavior.
• The local AFR is volume dependent.
• It explains the tendency of a spray to evaporate and form a particular AFR.
• Reflects the spread of fuel through mass weighting.
• It helps describe what happens to the droplets in theory.
• It helps describes what happens to the droplets in reality.

### Question 6

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What is the We number?
• It is a dimensionless number describing the ratio of deforming aerodynamic forces to the reforming surface tension forces.
• It is a dimensionless number describing the ratio of activation energy to thermal energy.
• It is a dimensionless number describing the ratio of inertial fluid forces to viscous fluid forces.

### Question 7

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The log normal distribution for droplet size is given by this equation.
• True
• False

### Question 8

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What is one key advantage of the log-normal distribution?
• It can be written such that there is a simple relationship between the surface and volume distributions.
• It can be written such that there is a simple relationship between the weight and area distributions.
• It can be written such that there is a simple relationship between the volume and diameter distributions.

### Question 9

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What are some dropsizing techniques?
• Malvern Particle Sizer (MPS)
• Phase Doppler Velocimetry
• Laser Sheet Dropsizing
• Dynamic Light Scattering
• Dilute Solution Viscometry

### Question 10

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The log normal distribution is used because it has been found experimentally to be a good fit for sprays.
• True
• False

### Question 11

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What are some of the disadvantages of using PDV as a dropsizing technique?
• Line of sight
• Point specific
• Very expensive
• Low spatial resolution
• Requires a specific off axis forward scatter geometry

### Question 12

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I want to measure a dense spray. Which drop-sizing technique should I use?
• LSD
• PDV
• MPS

### Question 13

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A "hollow core" or "air core" is formed by the swirl of the liquid.The tangential velocity of the outgoing liquid is given by two equations, relating the mass of liquid, the port area, and the chamber radius. At a radial position of r=0, the tangential velocity is equal to infinity. As this is impossible, a low pressure or vapor core is observed.
• True
• False

### Question 14

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The process that govern CO formation are .....
• .....controlled by the mass of fuel burnt.
• ......kinetically controlled.
• ..... controlled through AFR.

### Question 15

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In the premixed flame, the CO concentration.....
• ...increases rapidly in the flame zone to a super equilibrium maximum.
• ....decreases slowly in the flame zone to a near zero state.

### Question 16

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The Zeldovich mechanism is the mechanism that describes the formation of NO by breaking down O2 to O atoms and N2 to N atoms. The subsequent reactions produce NO.
• True
• False

### Question 17

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What are some mechanisms of HC formation?
• Incomplete combustion or a misfire in a fraction of the engine cycles.
• Lean AFR resulting in knocking.
• Trapping of unburnt mixture in crevices formed by the pistons and ring packs.
• Burning a nitrogen rich fuel.
• Flame quenching at the combustion wall.

### Question 18

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Combustion behavior is substantially controlled by the AFR. What is this?
• It is the mass ratio of air to fuel present in a combustion process.
• It is the ratio of actual air to the theoretical air required for the complete combustion of fuel.
• It is the ratio of the number of moles of fuel and air to the number of moles of fuel and air in a stoichiometric mixture.

### Question 19

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How is No emissions mainly formed?
• It is formed by the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen present in the combustion air.
• It is formed by the reaction of nitrogen and fuel present during the combustion.

### Question 20

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What are the pollutant emissions produced by a conventional gasoline engine?
• Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
• Carbon Monoxide (CO)
• Hydrocarbons (HC)
• Nitrogen Oxide (NOx)
• Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)

### Question 21

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The reactions to produce NO are very sensitive to temperature because the production of O atoms is essentially exponential with temperature.
• True
• False

### Question 22

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How can the production of NOx be controlled or reduced?
• Catalytic Abatement
• Lean burn operation for AFR 22:1
• Excess air and exhaust gas recirculation
• Increasing or decreasing temperature of combustion

### Question 23

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What are some of the requirements for using catalytic abatement to reduce NOx?
• It needs an AFR of 14.5:1.
• It needs a specially designed engine.
• It needs a high temperature to function.

### Question 24

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In order to reduce the production of NO, a lean burn operation is used. This requires a specifically designed engine where a port fuel injector is made through an open inlet valve.
• True
• False

### Question 25

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Increasing the AFR can significantly reduce the formation of CO and HC.
• True
• False

### Question 26

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Ignition delay period (or time) is the delay time between the start of injection and the start of combustion in a Diesel engine. What determines the delay time?
• Cetane number
• AFR
• Pressure
• Temperature
• Fuel air mixing
• Swept Volume
• Calorific value of fuel (ie how much energy the fuel gives off when it burns)

### Question 27

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What happens when there is a long ignition delay period?
• It risks a large amount of mixture since the in-cylinder temperature will be low
• The larger part of premixed combustion may take place
• It leads to an increase in compression work (and thus reduces engine power output)
• It leads to an increase of soot formation because a proportion of fuel may remain unburnt
• It results in high engine temperatures and "knocking"

### Question 28

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The three distinct phases of combustion for a diesel engine are premixed combustion, mixing controlled combustion, and end-phase combustion.
• True
• False

### Question 29

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Which phase of the combustion process in a diesel engine produces the most NO?
• Pre-mixed combustion
• Mixing-controlled combustion
• End phase combustion

### Question 30

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During which phase of combustion in a diesel engine is most of the soot formed?
• Pre-mixed combustion
• Mixing-controlled combustion
• End-phase combustion

### Question 31

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What is the break up time of spray?
• Defined from the experimental results, it is the rate at which the spray tip penetration changes.
• Defined from the theory of sprays, it is the rate at which the spray tip penetration changes.
• It is the rate at which a jet spray changes to a fully atomized spray.

### Question 32

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Advanced diesel combustion combines split injection strategies with catalytic abatement.
• True
• False

### Question 33

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What is the prime parameter in determining the quantities of NOx formed in a traditional gasoline engine?
• Mass of fuel burnt
• AFR
• Incomplete combustion or misfires.
• Temperature.

### Question 34

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A "split injection" system allows the rich zone of the fuel to be significantly reduced whilst maintaining flexibility with engine load (eg the amount of fuel injected) .
• True
• False

### Question 35

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How does a split injection system (single pulse) help reduce smoke production?
• It minimizes rich and hot zones of combustion
• It reduces the combustion efficiency and lowers the amount of soot and smoke produced
• It maximizes the rich and hot zones of combustion
• It increases the combustion efficiency and lowers the amount of soot and smoke produced

### Question 36

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How does using EGR help with diesel combustion?
• It increases the heat capacity which reduces NOx
• It dilutes the combustion which reduces NOx
• It increases the overall efficiency
• It reduces the amount of smoke production

### Question 37

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What are some benefits of using high pressure injection in a DI Diesel Engine?
• Higher pressures improve fuel customization and enhance fuel-air mixing
• A smaller SMD (Resulting from high pressure) enhances the formation of fuel-air mixture in diffusion combustion phase
• It reduces both soot and NOx production.

### Question 38

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A DIG achieves a lean burn by manipulating a rich region to the spark plug by controlling the timing and form of injection in conjunction with the in-cylinder air flow.
• True
• False

### Question 39

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How does lean burn increase bfsc?
• It decreases pumping losses
• It allows for more air to be drawn into the cylinder for a given amount of fuel
• There is less throttling
• It improves the overall efficiency
• It restricts the amount of air drawn into the cylinder for a given amount of fuel
• There is more throttling

### Question 40

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The cone angle is defined as the angle between two straight lines originating from the orifice exit of the nozzle and being tangent to the spray outline. This angle usually ranges from 5 to 30 degrees.
• True
• False

### Question 41

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Fuel spray tip penetration is defined as the maximal distance measured from the injector to the spray tip. It represents the maximum penetration length achieved by the droplets in the center of the spray.
• True
• False

### Question 42

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How is the cone angle mainly affected?
• Geometric characteristics of the nozzle
• The fuel and air density
• Reynolds number of the fuel
• Velocity and Pressure of the fluid
• Change of crank angle

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