# Engineering Utilities 1 (MODULE 1 to MIDTERM) Terms only

## Quiz by John Irvine Delos Santos

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27 questions
• Q1

is a form of energy generated by friction, induction or chemical change, having magnetic, Chemical and radiant effects. In short, it is Electrons in motion.

Volt or Voltage

Circuit

Electricity

Electrical

30s
• Q2

is the electrical pressure that causes the electrons to move through a conductor (wire). In other words, it is the electromotive force.

Volt or Voltage

Resistance

Current

Watts

30s
• Q3

is the standard unit used in measuring the strength of an electric current, It is the amount of current flow sent by one volt through the resistance of one Ohm.

Ohm

Ampere

Resistance

Circuit

30s
• Q4

is the rate or measure of power used or consumed. It represents the equivalent heat volts and ampere consumed by lights, appliances or motors. A term commonly labelled on light bulbs or appliances, giving us an idea of what kind of circuit would be installed.

Watt

Circuit

Ampere

Electric Current

30s
• Q5

refers to the wire installations that supply current to light and convenient outlets.

Current

Resistance

Volt or Voltage

Circuit

30s
• Q6

is the friction or opposition to the flow of current by the wires and transformers.

Watt

Circuit

Resistance

Current

30s
• Q7

is the flow or rate of flow of electric force in a conductor. It will

only flow if a circuit is formed comprising a complete loop and contains all the following required components.

Circuit

Electric Current

Ampere

Electricity

30s
• Q8

Electric Current is Classified as:

Sorting
30s
• Q9

The electricity flows in one direction. The flow is said to be from negative to positive. The normal source of the electricity, is the dry cell or storage battery.

Alternating Current

Current

Electric Current

Direct Current

30s
• Q10

The electricity constantly reverses its direction of flow. It is generated by

machine called generator.

Direct Current

Current

Alternating Current

Electric Current

30s
• Q11

it is the ratio of working power, measured in kilowatts (kW), to apparent power, measured in kilovolt amperes (kVA).

Ampere

AC Power

Power factor (PF)

30s
• Q12

is a simple static device consisting of a magnetic wire wherein the primary and secondary windings are made.

Inverter

Circuit

Transformer

Electric Current

30s
• Q13

The Input side is classified as the Secondary

false
true
True or False
30s
• Q14

The Output side is classified as the Primary

false
true
True or False
30s
• Q15

When the length of the wire was cut in half, what happens to the Resistance?

becomes twice

is halved

Decreases

Increases

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