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- What is the minimum acceptable test limit for an ASTM D1816 (2mm gap) test on mineral oil used in new 69kV equipment?**
Your Answer: 45kV
Correct Answer: 55kV
Help: NETA ATS-2021 Table 100.4.1
ATS refers to 69 KV AND BELOW to 45kV Min
If above 69kV its 55kV
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1. Watt is a unit of:
Your Answer: Real power
Correct Answer: A and D
Help: See Watt
This is an example of why it would be better just to see the whole test. How can I understand why I was wrong if I don’t know what D is. Does anyone have any insight into what D is in this question?
fall protection has different hieghts for different industries. you must specify the industry
you need to be more specific about the approach of an unqualified worker in the limited zone
I am not sure if this is the correct spot for this comment but I have a question that asked me to convert a temperature difference and C * 1.8 = F should have been the correct answer but it was not.
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During a thermographic inspection, you measure a 50°C phase to phase temperature rise on the line side of a fused disconnect. Your customer requests a report in Fahrenheit. Convert the temperature rise for him.
Your Answer: 90°F
Correct Answer: 122°F
Help: Multiply °C by 1.8 (or 9/5) and add 32 to get °F.
That is the formula to convert one temperature to another. The Fahrenheit and Celsius scales have different starting points which is where the 32 comes from. For example if it is 20C outside it is 68F (20C * 1.8 + 32 = 68) But if it rises 20C to raise the temperature to 40C that is does not mean it raises 68F to a temp of 136F, it will only raise 20C * 1.8 = 36F to a temperature of 104F. This is because the for every 1C rise there is a 1.8F rise. For the final temp we need to factor in the 32 offset 40C *1.8 + 32 =104. In the last calculation we use +32 because this is a temperature not a temperature change.
Another quick example 20C + 1C =21C is equivalent to 68F + 1.8F = 69.8F
I redid this problem got the same answer as when I did the test. I then ran it through the chat bot and got the same answer. I think this question’s answer is incorrect. Can some one double check me or tell me where I went wrong?
10. A motor is operating at 3450 RPM and is producing a torque of 32 lb-in. What is the output horsepower of the motor?
Your Answer: 21 hp
Correct Answer: 1.75 hp
Help: HP = Torque x RPM ÷ 5252
Power and Torque
this is what I get.
3450*32/5252 = 20.8377
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Which direction is the current flowing through the battery if it is placed in a circuit?
Your Answer: Left to right
Correct Answer: Could be either
Help: Not enough information given about the circuit.
The arrow beside to I tells you which way current goes. So this question has false information in it.
Even if the arrow was not there, my opinion is that this is a poor quality question. Any question could have extenuating circumstances that make a different answer correct. I think trick questions do more harm then good. it requires you to know the subjective mindset of the writer instead of the given facts of the question. I guess if the possible answers contain “Could be either” of “Not enough information” the test taker should be careful.
Are there really questions like this on the NETA exam?
What do other people think?