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Nacelle: Quiz

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Question 1: In the ________ series it is used to describe the parts of a starship containing the propulsive components of a ship's warp drive.
Star Trek: The Original SeriesStar Trek: Deep Space NineStar TrekStar Trek: The Next Generation

Question 2: In some cases—most notably the World War II-era ________ airplane—an aircraft's cockpit may also be housed in a nacelle.
F-4 Phantom IIP-61 Black WidowP-38 LightningP-80 Shooting Star

Question 3: In a wind turbine, the nacelle refers to the structure that houses all of the generating components, ________, drive train, etc.
Transmission (mechanics)Automatic transmissionDirect-Shift GearboxAutomobile

Question 4: In a ________ the nacelle is composed of the podded engine inlet, fan cowl, thrust reverser, and the exhaust nozzle.
Jet engineSwing-piston engineRocket engineRocket engine nozzle

Question 5: Indeed, the ________ still retains their version, the 'casquette', on their 2009 models.
Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-iBajaj AvengerBajaj PulsarRoyal Enfield Bullet

Question 6: The nacelle (pronounced /nəˈsɛl/) is a cover housing (separate from the fuselage) that holds engines, fuel, or equipment on an ________ or wind turbine.
AircraftWide-body aircraftBusiness jetDouble-deck aircraft

Question 7: ________ used the term to describe his post-war styling device to tidy the area around the headlamp and instrument panel of his Triumph Speed Twin and Triumph Tiger 100 motorcycles.
Triumph Engineering Co LtdBirmingham Small Arms CompanyDaimler Motor CompanyEdward Turner







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