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Question 1: The fluid can be of any composition; ________ is by far the most common, although even single-phase liquid is sometimes used.
Thermodynamic temperatureTemperatureSpecific heat capacityGas

Question 2: The writers of those times, including Vitruvius, ________ and Pliny the Elder, treat these engines as commonplace, so their invention may be far more ancient.
Anio NovusDe aquaeductuSextus Julius FrontinusDolaucothi Gold Mines

Question 3: English inventor Sir Samuel Morland allegedly used ________ to drive water pumps in the 17th century.
GunpowderEarly Modern warfareCannonJapan

Question 4: Liquid air cycle engine/________
Reaction Engines SABREJet engineReaction Engines SkylonReaction Engines A2

Question 5: According to ________, a water powered mill was built in Kaberia of the kingdom of Mithridates during the 1st century BC.
ThalesAnaximanderPosidoniusStrabo

Question 6: [8] Carbon monoxide is highly toxic, and can cause ________, so it is important to avoid any build-up of the gas in a confined space.
Lead poisoningOxygen toxicityEthylene glycol poisoningCarbon monoxide poisoning

Question 7: A similar steam turbine later appeared in Europe a century later, which eventually led to the ________ and Industrial Revolution in 18th century Europe.
Heat engineSteam engineReciprocating engineStirling engine

Question 8: The ________ 16.4 operates with a W16 engine meaning that two V8 cylinder layouts are positioned next to each other to create the W shape.
Direct-Shift GearboxBugatti EB110Bugatti RoyaleBugatti Veyron

Question 9: [2] An ________ powered by an internal combustion engine may make use of various motors and pumps, but ultimately all such devices derive their power from the engine.
Vacuum servoThrottleAutomobileDisc brake

Question 10: ________, such as the club and oar (examples of the lever), are prehistoric.
TorqueSimple machineForcePulley
















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