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Ensuring that tools are procured and issued in a controlled manner consistent with the approved tool control plan is the responsibility of what officer?
The material control officer
Which of the following reports should be used to report poor quality tools to FLEMATSUPPO
CAT II QDR
Upon task assignment, you must record the tool container number on what copy of the VIDS/MAF?
Copy 1
Who is responsible for training work center personnel in the use of Material Safety Data Sheets.
The work center supervisor.
What system/program is used to acquire, store, and disseminate data on hazardous materials procured for use?
Hazardous Material Information System (HMIS)
What section of a MSDS identifies personal protective equipment required?
Section VIII
What safety term is used to indicate an operationg procedure, practice, or condition, etc., that is essential to emphasize?
NOTE
Thin lines made up of long and short dashes
alternately spaced and consistent in length are
known by what name?
Center Lines
Thin lines terminated with arrowheads at each
end are known by what name?
Leader Lines
What type of drawing is used to show details of
parts, components, and other objects?
Orthographic
Efficient troubleshooting of an electrically
controlled hydraulic system may require you to
use a multimeter for which of the following
reasons?
Check voltage and continuity
After conducting a visual inspection and an
operational check, what troubleshooting step
should be next?
Classify the trouble
You are troubleshooting a malfunction and
conducting the final operational check. What
is the minimum number of times the affected
system must be actuated?
5
How many basic categories of malfunctions are
there?
Four
What position should all electrical switches be
in prior to applying electrical or hydraulic
power?
Off, safe, or normal
What total number of common methods are
used to apply lubricants?
Four
Flush lubrication fittings are used for which of
the following reasons?
To prevent interference with moving parts.
To determine the type of lubricant and equipment
to be used in a given area of an aircraft,
you should refer to which of the following
publications.
MIM and MRC
How many forms of lubricants are there?
Three
Why are lubricants necessary in aircraft components?
To minimize friction
What document should you consult for safety
precautions for a specific lubricant?
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
What publication outlines the requirements,
procedures, and responsibilities for weight and
balance control?
NA 01-1B-50
Typically, a mobile electronic weighing system
can be set up by two men in what minimum
number of minutes?
30 min
Heavy-duty portable scales must be calibrated
at least how often?
Once every 6 months
Which of the following components is NOT
normally a part of a weighing kit?
A hydrometer
After removing an aircraft from the scales, you
must reweigh it if the scales do NOT return to
zero within what number of minutes?
10 min
Which of the following is NOT a type of
aircraft lifting sling?
Snatch cable
To find load testing and inspection information
on aircraft lifting slings, you should consult
what publication?
NAVAIR 17-1-114
A group of wires twisted together is known by
what name?
A strand
In reference to a cable, what does the term
"bird cage" mean?
A kink that has been pulled through in order to straighten a cable.
You should examine and lubricate all lifting
slings at least how often?
Once a month
Hoisting restrictions for a specific type of
aircraft can be found in which of the following
publications?
Applicable MIM
What are the two types of aircraft jacks used by
the Navy?
Axle and airframe (tripod)
Aircraft jacks are serviced with what type of
fluid?
Aircraft hydraulic fluid
What is another name for the T-bar axle
jack?
Alligator jack
A tripod jack consists of what total number of
basic assemblies?
3
A leg extension kit for a variable height tripod
jack will increase its effective height by what
total amount of inches?
18 inches
You are using three tripod jacks to jack an
aircraft aboard a ship. What is the minimum
number of tie-down chains that will be attached
to the jacks?
9
During jacking operation, the tie-down chain
preload is too high when which of the following
conditions exists?
The tensioning grip cannot be rotated by hand
Special inspections for tripod jacks are required
at what intervals?
Every 13 weeks
The shear load on a reinforced shell type
fuselage is primarily carried by what structural
component(s)?
The skin
In a semimonocoque fuselage design,
longerons are supplemented by what other
longitudinal members?
Stringers
What is the primary unit(s) that houses an aircraft
engine?
Nacelle
What are the internal chordwise structural
members of a wing assembly?
Rib
The skin of a wing assembly is fastened to
which of the following structural components?
Ribs, spars, and formers
The load imposed on the wings during flight
acts primarily on what structural member(s)?
Skin
Which of the following is a primary flight control?
Rudder
To roll an aircraft clockwise, you must cause
which of the following changes in flight control
positions?
Lower the left aileron and raise the right one
When the control stick of an aircraft equipped
with a flaperon system is moved to the left, the
left and right flaperons will be in which of the
following positions?
Left up, right flush
Longitudinal control systems control movement
of the aircraft about which of the following
axes?
Lateral only
Which of the following types of flaps operate
on tracks and rollers?
Fowler
What is the primary purpose of a spoiler?
Decrease lift
A boundary layer control is used with which of
the following secondary flight controls?
Slats
What part of an air-oil shock strut controls the
rate of flow of the fluid between the piston and
the cylinder?
The metering pin
During strut compression, fluid passes through
an orifice into what camber of an air-oil type
shock strut?
Upper
The shimmy damper on a nose landing gear assembly
prevents the nosewheel from shimmying
during takeoff and landing by what means?
By metering hydraulic fluid through a small orifice between two cylinders or chambers
What component is used to hold the arresting
hook in the down position to prevent it from
bouncing when it strikes the carrier deck?
A snubber
When comparing catapult hookup methods on
a carrier, the nose gear launch method is
superior to the holdback pendant method for all
EXCEPT which of the following?
It cost less to operate
Which of the following helicopter components
provide(s) lift?
The rotor blades
What main landing gear component of a helicopter
includes the weight-on-wheels sensing
switch?
left main landing gear
The tail landing gear of a helicopter is capable
of swiveling how many degrees?
360
What type of spar is used in the construction of
a rotor blade?
Titanium spar
How many rotor blades are attached to the
main rotor head of an H-60 helicopter?
Four
Which of the following components is NOT a
part of the tail pylon of a helicopter?
The swash plate
What type of stress is defined as “stress exerted
when two pieces of fastened material tend to
separate”?
Shear
What type of stress is produced in an engine
crankshaft while the engine is running?
Torsion
What structural metal is lightweight, strong,
and corrosion resistant?
Titanium
What is the largest portion of metal present in
an alloy?
Base metal
What high tensile metal is used to manufacture
tubes, rods, and wires?
Alloy steel
What does the core material of reinforced
plastic consist of?
Honeycomb structure
The strength of all metals is closely related to
what other characteristic?
Hardness
What property of a metal allows for little
bending and deformation without shattering?
Brittleness
What metal property allows a metal to be
hammered, rolled, or pressed into various
shapes without cracking or breaking?
Malleabilitty
What metal property allows a metal to be
permanently drawn, bent, or twisted into
various shapes without breaking?
Ductility
What metal property allows a metal to carry
heat or electricity?
Conductivity
When all other metal properties are equal, what
method of joining metals structurally has the
greatest advantage?
Welding
The intermediate shape of steel that has width
greater than twice the thickness and from
which sheets are rolled is known by what name?
Slab
What metal working process is used to make
wire?
Cold drawing
What metal working process involves the
forcing of metal through an opening in a die?
Extruding
While holding a piece of metal against a
revolving stone, you see red sparks leave the
stone and turn to straw color. This is what type
of metal?
Cast Iron
What is the prime characteristic of aluminum?
Lightweight
Which of the following processes of joining
aluminum alloys produces the strongest joints?
Riveting
What is the principal alloying element of
aluminum alloy 2024?
Copper
What aluminum alloy should be used when the
highest strength is required?
7178
An aluminum alloy containing manganese as
the major alloying element is identified by
what number?
3003
Alclad is an aluminum alloy with a protective
coating of what material?
Pure aluminum
What is the greatest disadvantage in the use of
titanium?
Tendency to back away from or resist the cutting edge of tools
The use of copper as a structural material is
limited because of what factor?
Great weight
What is the principal element added to copper
to form brass?
Zinc
What extinguishing agent should be used on a
magnesium fire?
Graphite powder
How many different weights does a Rockwell
hardness tester have?
Two
Each Riehle harness tester is supplied with a
diamond penetrator and what size ball penetrator?
1/16
You check the condition of the point of a
Barcol hardness tester by using the test disc
and find the indicator reading is NOT within
the specified range. You should correct this
condition by first following what procedure?
Install a new point
You can distinguish a plastic enclosure from a
glass enclosure by performing which of the
following actions?
Checking for a nonringing sound while tapping lightly
If long and improper storage has caused the
adhesive to deteriorate on a sheet of plastic, the
masking paper should be moistened with what
chemical?
Aliphatic naphtha
In various aircraft structural components, what
materials are replacing and supplementing
metallic materials?
Composite material
What position of a rivet identification code
identifies the length of the rivet?
2d
A 5056 rivet is used to join magnesium alloy
materials because of which of the following
factors?
Corrosion Resistance
Which of the following is NOT a factor in the
classification of solid rivets?
Color
Which of the following precautions should you
take when using a hi-shear (pin) rivet?
Never use them where the grip length is less than the shank diameter.
What type of rivet is used for fastening thick
gauge sheets of metal together?
Shear
When space on one side is too restricted to
properly use a bucking bar, what type of rivet
should you use?
Blind
What type of fastener is used in an application
where a high strength, interference-free
fastener is required?
Hi-lok
What type of fastener has high strength and is
used in applications where access to only one
side of the material is available?
Jo-bolt
Which of the following is a distinguishing
characteristic of a rivnut?
It is hollow
What type of rivet must be used on sealed
floatation or pressurized compartments?
Closed-end
Which of the following fasteners has a shear
and tensile strength at least equal to the requirements
of AN or NAS bolts?
Lock bolt
What metal is used in the construction of the
threaded pins of Hi-lok fasteners?
Cadmium-plated alloy steel
Which of the following isNOT a head style of a
Jo-bolt?
Diamond recessed head
What type of fastener is used on panels that are
removed and reinstalled frequently for maintenance
repairs?
Turnlock
What distance will the stud of a Camloc
fastener have to be turned to release it without
permitting re-engagement?
One-fourth turn counterclockwise
Which of the following parts is used only on
heavy-duty Dzus fasteners?
A grommet
When you install a hose between two duct sections,
what is the maximum allowable gap
between the duct ends?
3/4 inch
A V-band coupling requires what minimum
number of turns of safety wire?
two
A flat-head pin used in a tie-rod terminal
should be secured with what device?
a cotter pin
A replacement bolt is considered the correct
length if at least two threads are extending
through the nut?
true
Aircraft nuts are divided into what two general
groups?
self-locking and nonself-locking
Which of the following is an example of an
all-metal self-locking nut?
a flexloc nut
Which of the following types of nuts are
designed to be used with cotter pins or safety
wire?
castle nuts
When an assembly is frequently removed,
which of the following types of nuts should be
used?
wing nuts
What three types of screws are most commonly
used in aircraft construction?
machine, structural, and self-tapping screw
Which of the following types of screws are as
strong as bolts of the same size?
structural screws
Flush-head screws are available in what
degree(s) of head angles?
82 and 100 only
When replacing an original screw in a structure,
you should NOT use which of the following
screws?
a self-tapping screw
Aircraft cables have the center core twisted in
one direction and the outer core in the opposite
direction for what reason?
to minimize the stretch or set
A piece of 7 x 19 cable has what total number
of wires?
133 wires
Terminal fittings are generally attached to the
ends of cables by what method?
swaging
The size of a cable is determined by which of
the following factors?
diameter
The turnbuckle is used to make what type of
cable adjustments?
minor adjustments to cable length and tension
Adjustable connector links are used in what
type of cable assemblies?
very long cable assemblies
How many different types of cable guides are
used throughout an aircraft?
four
A fairlead may be used to minimize cable
whipping and for what other purpose?
minimize vibration in long cable runs
A grommet is manufactured from what material?
rubber
What device is used on cables or rods that must
move through a pressurized bulkhead?
pressure seal
What device changes cable direction and allows
a cable to move with minimum friction?
pulley
A connector assembly consists of how many
different parts?
two
What device provides a means of fastening a
wire to a terminal stud?
terminal
What type of terminal is generally recommended
for use on naval aircraft?
crimped-type
What type of terminals are usually used in
emergencies only?
soldered
What type of connection is used to connect all
metal parts of an aircraft to complete an
electrical unit?
bonding
The strength of all metals is closely related to
what other characteristic?
Hardness
What property of a metal allows for little
bending and deformation without shattering?
Brittleness
What metal property allows a metal to be
hammered, rolled, or pressed into various
shapes without cracking or breaking?
Malleabilitty
What metal property allows a metal to be
permanently drawn, bent, or twisted into
various shapes without breaking?
Ductility
What metal property allows a metal to carry
heat or electricity?
Conductivity
When all other metal properties are equal, what
method of joining metals structurally has the
greatest advantage?
Welding
The intermediate shape of steel that has width
greater than twice the thickness and from
which sheets are rolled is known by what name?
Slab
What metal working process is used to make
wire?
Cold drawing
What metal working process involves the
forcing of metal through an opening in a die?
Extruding
While holding a piece of metal against a
revolving stone, you see red sparks leave the
stone and turn to straw color. This is what type
of metal?
Cast Iron
What is the prime characteristic of aluminum?
Lightweight
Which of the following processes of joining
aluminum alloys produces the strongest joints?
Riveting
What is the principal alloying element of
aluminum alloy 2024?
Copper
What aluminum alloy should be used when the
highest strength is required?
7178
An aluminum alloy containing manganese as
the major alloying element is identified by
what number?
3003
What component allows for the continuous
satisfactory operation of onboard navigation
and radio communication systems?
static dischargers
What factor accounts for the majority of all
fastener problems?
fatigue failure
Torque values must be followed unless the
MIM or structural repair manual for the
specific aircraft requires a specific torque for a
given nut.
true
Cotter pins are used to secure which of the
following devices?
bolts, nuts, and screwss
What type of safety wire i s used in
high-temperature areas?
annealed, corrosion-resistant wire
What type of safety wire is used on valves and
levers used for emergency operation of aircraft
equipment?
copper wire
How many different methods are used for
safetying a turnbuckle?
two
The clip-locking method is the preferred
method for safetying a turnbuckle?
true
How many times, if any, can a turnbarrel lock
clip be reused?
it cannot be reused
How many pieces of safety wire are used when
securing a turnbuckle using the wire-wrapped
method?
two
When you use the wire-wrapped method on a
turnbuckle, each wire is wrapped how many
times around the shank?
four
Aball peen hammer is sometimes referred to as
what type of hammer?
machinist hammer
What is the domed end of the ball peen hammer
called?
peen
What weight ball peen hammer will suffice for
most work?
12-ounce and 1 1/2 pound weight
Mallet heads are constructed from which of the
following materials?
brass, plastics, and rawhide
Special rivet sets, called “draw sets” are used to
“draw up” the pieces of metal being riveted in
order to eliminate any opening between them
before the rivet is bucked.
true
The size and weight of the bucking bar to be
used on a particular riveting job is determined
by which of the following factors?
the location of the rivets to be driven
What size Cleco skin fastener is identified by
its brass color code?
3/16 in.
Machine countersinking is used to flush rivet
sheets of what minimum thickness?
0.064 in.
Which of the following power tools is used to
smooth countersunk rivet heads that protrude?
rivet-head shaver
What component must be used on all
pneumatic rivet sets to prevent the set from
being discharged from the rivet gun when the
trigger is pulled?
retainer springs
Which of the following types of pneumatic
riveters is in general use in the Navy?
one-shot gun, corner riveter, and fast-hitting gun
Which of the following rivet guns is preferred
when driving medium-size, heat-treated rivets
that are in accessible places?
slow-hitting gun
Which of the following is a common error
made by the inexperienced person when using
portable drills?
incorrect angle to the work
When dimple countersinking, what is the combined
process that occurs to the metal to form a
dimple?
bending and stretching
The dies of hot dimpling machines are maintained
at a specific temperature by which of the
following devices?
electric heaters
The hot dimpling squeezer is capable of working
all material gauges up to and including
which of the following measurements?
0.0091 of an inch
What is likely to occur when dimpling a strip of
material by using excessive pressure?
the strip tends to form a convex shape
Squaring shears can be used to perform all
EXCEPT which of the following cutting
operations?
notch cutting
Which of the following types of shears are
portable and power operated?
unishears
Before you use the bar folder, which of the
following adjustments must be made?
width, sharpness, and angle of the fold
Which of the following sheet metal bending
equipment has a series of removable fingers of
varying widths?
a box and pan break
Which of the following materials should you
NEVER attempt to bend in a brake?
rods, wire, and spring steel sheets
To allow the lines to stand out more clearly
when laying out sheet metal patterns, you
should use which of the following items?
layout fluid
Lines at a known angle or parallel to the
straight edge of the sheet of material can be
made by marking points from a combination
square held firmly against the straight edge.
true
When marking or drawing lines on aluminum
or magnesium, which of the following should
be remove to prevent corrosion?
lead pencil marks
Which of the following terms is used to
describe the amount of material consumed in
making a bend?
bend allowance
What term is used to describe the longer part of
a formed angle?
leg
The term “setback” is used to describe the
distance between which of the following two
points?
bend tangent line and the mold point
What is used to back up metal when hand
forming many different curves, angles, and
seams?
stakes
When hand forming metal in a vise, using a
hammer, the concave surfaces are formed by
stretching the material over a form block and
convex surfaces are formed by shrinking the
material in the same manner?
true
Which of the following machines is used to
form sheet metal into cylindrical or conical
shapes?
a slip-roll forming machine
Which of the following machines forms sheet
metal by using beading rolls, turning rolls,
wiring rolls, crimping rolls, and burring rolls?
a rotary machine
Which of the following rotary machine-rolling
operations is generally the most difficult to
perform?
burring
What is the minimum rivet diameter to be used
on structural parts, control parts, wing coverings,
or similar parts of the aircraft?
3/32 of an inch
The length of the rivet should equal the sum of
the thickness of the metal to be riveted plus
how many times the diameter of the rivet?
1 102 times the diameter
What is the distance between the rows of rivets
called when two or more rows are used?
transverse pitch
To properly drill a hole for a 1/8-inch rivet, you
should use what number drill bit?
No.30
What is the decimal equivalent drill size for
drill number “P”?
.3230
Flush rivets are made with heads of several
different angles. What is the standard rivet
head angle for all Navy aircraft?
100
The upset head or “bucktail” of a driven flush
rivet should be 1 1/2 times the original
diameter of the rivet shank in width and 1/2
times the original diameter in height.
true
You are using a CP350 blind rivet pull tool and
want to change the rivets from universal heads
to countersunk heads without changing the
rivet diameter. Which of the following blind
rivet pull tool components will you need to
change?
the outer anvil
When installing a 5/32 diameter rivet, what is
the correct shift valve operating pressure for
the CP350 blind rivet pull tool?
46 to 47
The installation, inspection, and removal procedures
for cherrylock rivets are basically the
same for which of the following types of
rivets?
huck
Visual inspection of a self-plugging rivet
(mechanical lock) shows the locking collar pin
breaking off below the surface of the manufactured
head. This is an indication of what
discrepancy?
insufficient rivet grip length
Which of the following conditions cause the
most damage to an aircraft airframe?
Stress and fatigue, combat damage and collision, corrosion and heat
What type of airframe damage is more
noticeable as the operating time of the aircraft
accumulates?
Fatigue
What inspection method would you use for
internal structures and inaccessible areas to
avoid disassembly of components?
Borescope inspection
While performing a repair of the airframe, you
discover a conflict of procedures between the
aircraft specific structural repair manual and
the General Manual for Structural Repair.
What should you do?
Follow the procedures in the aircraft specific manual, because it takes precedence
What classification of damage repair can be
performed by installing a reinforcement or
patch to bridge the damaged portion of a part?
Damage repairable by patching
What information is normally included on the
repair materials chart of an aircraft structural
repair manual?
Drawing number and part description, location of repair diagram, type of material and gauge.
When several replacement parts need to be
fabricated, which of the following items should
you use to speed production time and ensure a
high degree of uniformity?
templates
Askin repair to a semicritical area of an aircraft
requires what percentage of the damaged area’s
original strength to be replaced?
80%
The edges of a lap patch are normally
chamfered to what degree of angle?
45
Generally, when fabricating a flush patch, you
should have what maximum clearance between
the skin and the filler?
1/32in.
When performing a flush access door
installation to attach the cover plate to the
doubler, you should use what type of fasteners?
machine screws
When manufacturing a section of sheet metal
for replacement (using the old section as a
template), you should drill the rivet holes in the
new sheet in what direction?
from the center to the outside
When an aircraft skin is being replaced without
the use of a template, which of the following
methods of marking the new skin should NOT
be used to duplicate the rivet holes in the old
section?
a scriber
Which of the following airframe structural
members is designed to stiffen the skin and aid
in maintaining the contour of the structure?
stringers
What is the minimum length for a reinforced
splice?
four times the width of the leg of the stringer for each side of the damaged area
Which of the following airframe structural
members are primarily designed to take
bending loads imposed on the wing or other
airfoils?
Spars
Which of the following airframe components is
the principal chordwise structural member in
the wing, stabilizers, and other airfoils?
Ribs
Any major vertical structural member of a
semimonocoque fuselage, hull, or float may be
considered as what structural component?
Bulkhead
Which of the following airframe components is
a fore-and-aft member of the fuselage or
nacelle and is usually continuous across a
number of points of support, such as frames?
Longerons
Airframe fuel system maintenance is the
responsibility of which of the following aviation
rating work centers?
AD, AM, AO
What is the most commonly used type of
self-sealing fuel cells?
Self-sealing cell(standard construction)
How many primary layers of material are used
in the construction of a self-sealing fuel cell?
Four
Buna rubber is an artificial substitute for crude
or natural rubber. Which of the following types
is used as fuel cell inner liner material and is
not affected by petroleum fuels?
Buna N
What is the main advantage of a bladder-type
fuel cell over a self-sealing fuel cell?
Less total weight
When applying the nylon barrier of a
rubber-type bladder fuel cell, you should NOT
use which of the following methods of application?
Roller
The milled skins of an integral fuel cell are
normally fastened to the aircraft by what
means?
Bolts
A fuel leak that reappears 30 minutes after it is
wiped dry is classified as what category of
leakage?
Seep
What is the first step you should take to stop a
fuel leak?
Retorque all fasteners 6 inches on either side of the leak area
To allow the gun piston to return before another
cycle can begin, the trigger of a sealant injector
gun must be released approximately howoften?
Every 30 seconds
To pressure test a repair made on an integral
fuel cell, you should use what type of gas?
Nitrogen
What is fitted to some baffles inside fuel cells
to control the direction of fuel flow between
compartments or interconnecting cells?
Flapper Valves
For aircraft applications, all EXCEPT which of
the following features is an advantage of
plastic over glass?
Its ability to resist scratches
What term refers to small surface fissures that
develop on plastic materials?
Crazing
Upon finding a section of plastic material that
is crazed, what action, if any, should you take
to correct the problem?
None
By sanding or buffing a plastic surface too long
or too vigorously in one spot, you can cause
which of the following problems?
Softening or burning
Standard buffing compounds on transparent
plastics are usually composed of very fine
alumina in combination with which of the
following materials?
Wax, tallow, or grease
When you mount plastic panels, what is the
minimum prescribed thickness for the packing
material?
1/16 in.
When repairing minor surface damage to reinforced
plastics, you should apply which of the
following materials to the damaged area?
One or more coats of room-temperature catlyzed rresin
When using the stepped method to repair ply
damage to solid laminates, which of the
following procedures should you observe to
ensure maximum strength of the repaired area?
Cut the replacement glass fabric pieces to an exact fit with the weave running in the same direction as the existing plies
A reinforced plastic component with a honeycomb
core has damage that extends completely
through one facing and into the core. What is
the preferred method of repair for this component?
Scarfed
The scarfed method is normally used to repair
small punctures in reinforced plastics up to
what maximum dimension?
3 or 4 in.
When repairing a puncture in a piece of
reinforced plastic using the stepped method,
what material should you use to cover the
repair area while it cures?
Cellophane sheeting
Rain erosion-resistant coating MIL-C-7439,
Class II, has an additional surface treatment
included in the kit for what purpose?
To minimize radio noise
A sandwich construction material is
delaminated with facing-to-core voids of less
than 2.5 inches in diameter. Which of the
following repair methods should you use?
Inject an expandable forming resin into the drilled holes over the void area with a pressure-type caulking gun
The corners of a rectangular cutout must have
what minimum radius?
3/8 in.
You are repairing a balsa wood core component.
When you use two rows of rivets, the
inner patch should overlap the hole in the core
by what prescribed amount?
2 in.
Which of the following components of
SH-60B aircraft are manufactured from advanced
composite materials?
The gearboxes
Which of the following factors is a disadvantage
of advanced composite materials
over metals?
Expense of materials
In an advanced composite material, what is the
homogeneous resin binder known as?
matrix
The damage to advanced composite materials
may be categorized in which of the following
ways?
Physical or environmental
When performing a tap test on advanced composite
materials, you should use a hammer that
weighs about the weight of a U.S. 50-cent coin.
True
A section of advanced composite material has
water trapped in the honeycomb area. This is
what class of repairable damage?
Class VII
The drill motors used on advanced composite
materials should be capable of what maximum
speed?
5,000 rpm
When working with advanced composite
materials, which of the following personnel
hazards should be your principal concern?
Inhalation of airborne dust and fibrous particles.
The flashpoints of solvents and resins for
composite materials are usually around what
minimum temperature?
200 F
On Navy aircraft, the paint system is identified
with a stencil or decal at what location?
On the right side of the aft fuselage
Which of the following statements pertaining
to aircraft stripping is NOT correct?
The stripper should be spread in a thin coat
Paint feathering may be accomplished with all
EXCEPT which of the following items?
240 grit aluminum oxide cloth
After epoxy-polyamide primer is sprayed, it
should be allowed to air dry for what minimum
amount of time?
60 min
You mixed aliphatic polyurethane paint and did
not use it for more than 3 hours. Which of
following problems will occur if you try to
rethin the paint?
Dry spots or orange peel
The epoxy-polyamide topcoat is mixed in what
ratio of (a) pigmented component to (b) clear
resin?
(a)One (b)one
To obtain excellent adhesion, elastomeric rain
erosion-resistant coating, MIL-C-7439, should
be allowed to dry for what minimum number of
days?
7 days
When you lay out the blue border that outlines
the entire design of the national insignia, the
border should be what fractional part of the
radius of the blue circle in width?
1/8
A pressure-feed spray gun is designed to
operate at (a) what fluid volume and (b) what
air pressure?
(a)High (b)low
Prior to use, what component of a spray gun
should be removed and treated with oil?
The fluid needle packing
When spraying epoxy-polyamide and
polyurethane finishes, you should hold the gun
at what prescribed distance from the work?
6 to 10in.
Which of the following spray gun problems
causes dusting?
Insufficient fluid pressure
Which of the following types of sealants set
and cure by evaporation of the solvent?
Drying sealants
You should apply a sealant to a faying surface
by what method?
A brush
What type of sealing compound, MIL-S-81733, is applied with a spray gun?
Type III
What manual covers the theory and general
applications of various methods of NDI?
NAVAIR 01-1A-16
Currently active NDI technicians are required
to be recertified at least how often?
Every 3 years
NDI operators must use the NDI method(s) for
which they are certified at least how often?
Twice a month
What command has cognizance over the NDI
program?
NAVAIR
Aircraft controlling custodians have all
EXCEPT which of the following NDI program
responsibilities?
Providing NDI training for NADEPs as requested
The detection of flaws or defects in material
with a high degree of accuracy and reliability
by the use of NDI methods depends primarily
on which of the following factors?
The availability of a trained and experienced technician.