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Question 1: The operating ________ of a spark plug is the actual physical temperature at the tip of the spark plug within the running engine.
LightningWater vaporThermodynamic temperatureTemperature

Question 2: The side electrode is made from high nickel ________ and is welded to the side of the metal case.
Carbon steelStainless steelSteelIron

Question 3: The heat and pressure force the gases to react with each other, and at the end of the spark event there should be a small ball of fire in the ________ as the gases burn on their own.
Spark-gap transmitterCapacitorSpark gapFlashtube

Question 4: Reciprocating internal combustion engines can be divided into spark-ignition engines, which require spark plugs to initiate combustion, and compression-ignition engines (________), which compress the air and then inject diesel fuel into the heated compressed air mixture where it autoignites.
Four-stroke engineDiesel engineHot bulb engineTwo-stroke engine

Question 5: Spark plugs may also be used in other applications such as ________ where a combustible mixture should be ignited.
Blast furnaceBoilerFurnace (disambiguation)Furnace

Question 6: With the development of ________ in the 1930s, lead deposits on the mica became a problem and reduced the interval between needing to clean the spark plug.
BenzeneEthanol1,2-DichloroethaneTetra-ethyl lead

Question 7: Older spark plugs, particularly in aircraft, used an insulator made of stacked layers of ________, compressed by tension in the centre electrode.
MicaBiotiteSerpentine groupMuscovite

Question 8: Sintered aluminium oxide was developed by ________ in Germany to counteract this.
E.ONMetro AGSiemensAllianz

Question 9: ________ from the combustion chamber escapes through the exhaust gases, the side walls of the cylinder and the spark plug itself.
EnergyInternal energyHeatTemperature

Question 10: The tip can be made of a combination of copper, nickel-iron, ________, or precious metals.
PalladiumChromiumManganeseTitanium







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