AGM314 TMA Solutions

AGM314 List of Questions

Types of sprayer machines useful for agricultural purpose include except:
Knapsack sprayer
Mist blower
Ban sprayer
Aircraft sprayer

A Sprayer or spraying machine does the following work except:
Breaks liquid into droplets or signs for effective use
Distributes the droplets of liquids uniformly
Regulates the quantity of liquid spray
Direct liquid spray to a particular spot.

Agricultural processing machines are classified as:
Thresters
Winnowers
Shellers
All of the above

A combine harvester is a multi purpose machine which does the following except:
Cut-feed-thresh-separates-clean the grain
Cut-feed-separates-clean-GrinT the grain
Cut-feed-thresh-separated-store the grain
Cut-feed-thresh-dried-store the grain

Power Transmission in the farm can be done through:
Belts
Chains
Gears
All of the above

The following are soil management practices except:
Zero tillage
Minimum tillage
Maximum tillage
Subsoiling

The most commonly used secondary tillage implements:
Rotary cultivators
Ridger
Disk harrow
Chisel plow

Secondary tillage implements include the following except:
Disk plow
Cultwators
Rollers
Disk Harrows

The objectives of secondary tillage is to:
Pulverage the soil
Conserve soil moisture
Breaking of large soil clods
All of the above

The Subsoiler is useful for:
Breaking compacted soil
Breaking hardpan soil
Breaking hardpan soil
Breaking hardpan soil

Primary tillage equipment include
Primary tillage equipment include
Chisel plow
Subsoiler
All of the above

Primary tillage is the breaking up of :
Large particles of so
Large hump of soil
Small particle of soil
None of the above

Soil management practices are classified as:
Zero tillage
Optimum tillage
Minimum tillage
All of the above

Tillage operations are classified as:
2 face tillage
Primary tillage
Secondary tillage
B and C

Tillage is used for the following purpose
Burry plant resident
Facilitates roots penetration
Kills pest
All of the above

Tillage control the following except
Erosion
Promotes soil conservation
Control soil moisture
Degrades soil acration

Tillage is necessary for the following reasons
Break up soil clods
Improve soil acration
Destroy weeds
Destroy weeds

Tillage generally produces:
Favourable condition for seed placement in the soil
Favourable condition for seed germination
Favourable condition for plant growth
All of the above

Tillage is defined as the :
Preparation of land for planting of seeds
Preparation of soil for weed control
Preparation of land for water control
All of the above

The inlet value and outlet are open
The inlet value and outlet value are closed
The inlet value is close while the outlet value is open
The inlet value is open and the outlet value is close
All of the above

The principle of a 4 ?? stroke cycle petrol engine involve
Intake, compression, power, exhaust
Intake, power, exhaust, compression
Intake, compression, power, clearance volume
All of the above

The types of cycles of operation in an engine are:
2 ?? stroke cycles and 4 stroke cycles
2 �?? stroke cycles
4 �?? stroke cycles
All of the above

The Engine size of an I. C. E. refers to:
Compression ratio of the engine
Bore and stroke of the engine
Engine displacement
Engine displacement plus clearance volume

Clearance volume of an engine refers to:
Engine capacity
Engine size
A x b
None of the above

Engine capacity is referred to as the:
Size of the engine
Efficiency of the engine
Effectiveness of the engine
Effectiveness of the engine

Piston displacement (Swept Volume) is the volume of the space between
Top dead ?? centre and Piston
Top-dead-dead centre and engine cylinder
Top �?? dead centre and bottom dead centre
Top �?? dead centre and bareand strok of the engine

Stroke of an engine is defined as the:
Distance between 2 crank shafts
Distance between top cylinder and crankshaft
Distance between bottom dead centre and top dead centre
All of the above

Bore in an I C E represents:
External character of the engine
External Character of the piston
Internal diameter of the cylinder
Internal diameter of the Engine

Bottom ?? dead ?? Center is the position of the crank and piston:
Near the crankshaft
Over the crankshaft
In-line with the crankshaft
All the above

The top dead centre in an engine refers to:
Position of crank and piston further away from crankshaft
Position of crank in line with piston in an engine
Position crank and piston too close to the crankshop
Position of crank and piston moving up and down the engine

The clearance volume is:
Space above the piston within the cylinder
Space outside the top cylinder
Space within the piston and cylinder
None of the above

In an I. C. E. the burning of fuel takes place:
Outside the combustion chamber
Inside the combustion chamber
Inside the carburettor
Inside the top cylinder

The burning of fuel/air in an engine generates:
The burning of fuel/air in an engine generates:
Heat
Increase pressure
Has no effect on the crankshaft

Mechanical advantage is defined as :
Effort / Load
Effort / Distance
Load / Effort
Load / Distance

The Diesel engine is also called:
Compression ignition engine
Compression fuel / air engine
Compression engine
Compression generation engine

The Petrol engine is also called
Spark ignition engine
Spark petrol engine
Spark plug engine
Spark ignition cycle engine

The protractor is a serin circular piece made from wood or plastic for measuring:
Angles between 0 and 290
Angles between 0 and 290
Angles between 0 and 360
Angles between 0 and 90

Micrometer screw Edge is used to measure:
Smaller length
Diameter of wires
A and b
None of the above

The veriner caliper is useful for:
Measuring long distances
Measuring small distances
Measuring curves or circular distance
None of the above

The following tools are found in the metal workshop except:
Steal rule
Inside caliper
Hack saw
Gears and levers

The steel rule is useful for
Ruling straight lines
Testing straights edges
Testing flat surface
All the of the above

The use of a hacksaw in the workshop is to
Cut all kinds of metal
Cut metal
Cut rubber
A and b

Types of I C E used in the farm include
Diesel engine
Petrol engine
A x b
A x b

A typical example of |External Combustion Engines include:
Locomotive engine
Steam Engine
Gas turbine Engine
All of the above

Which of these is an internal Combustion Engine:
Tractor
Motor cycles
Motor cars
All of the above

The following fuel can be used in an ICE except:
Kerosene
Petrol
Diesel OIL
Palm oil

Internal Combustion Engines generates:
Mechanical energy
Heat energy
Electric Energy
Electric Energy

Internal Combustion engine involves
Burning of fuel
Burning of air
Burning of fuel and air
None of the above

I.C.E Stands for
Internal compose energy
Internal combustion engine
Internal Compress engine
Internal control engine

Flat chisel are useful for :
Sharpening edges of metal
Removing small amount of metals
Sharpening all kinds of metals
None of the above

Chisels are made from
High carbon steel
High carbon iron
Low carbon metal
Low quality steel

Which of these is an example of a chisel:
Flat chisel
Half round nose chisel
Cross cut chisel
All of the above

Which of these is not a hand tools
Screw nut
Jack plane
Angle iron
All of the above

Hand tools commonly found in the workshop include:
chiseL
Files
Scriber
All of the above

Which of this is not a common workshop tool:
Hard tool
Saw
Circular Saw
Planes

A good example of a screw is
Tool bar
Screw jack
Jack plane
Jack plane

The Velocity ratio of a Gear is calculated thus:
No. of teeth on driven wheel
No. of teeth on driving wheel
No of teeth of driven wheel divided by teeth on drive wheel
None of the above

Gears are meant to do the following
Increase speed
Decrease speed
Increase or decrease speed
All of the above

Which of the following is not true of a screw:
Machine
Nut and bolt
Found on all vehicles
Made of cast iron

The Wedge is a very simple and small:
Rectangular block
Circular block
Square block
Triangular block

The wheel and axle are not commonly found
In vehicle wheels with chains
In vehicle wheels and bicycle wheels
In bicycle wheels
In motor cycles

The pulley is made up of grooved wheel which can turn freely in a framed referred to as a
Lever
Incline plane
Block
Wedge

The lever is the most simplest form of:
Engine
Motor
Machine
Gear box

The efficiency of a machine always reduce because of :
Mechanical velocity
Velocity ration
Friction
Brakes

The Efficiency of a machine is always:
= 100%
< 100%
< 100%
> 100%

Efficiency is always expressed in:
Percentage
Ratio
Centimeters
Cubic meters

Efficiency of machine is defined as :
MA/VR x 100/1
MA/VR x 100/2
MA/VR x 1000/1
MA/VR x 50/1

The efficiency of a machine is the:
The work done on the load
The work done on the machine
The work done by the load over the work by effort
The work done by the effort.

The V,R of a machine stands for:
Vertical run
Velocity ratio
Velocity train
Velocity rate

The velocity ratio of a machine is defined as:
Distance moved by effort of the machine
Distance move by load of the machine
Distance move by arm length twice
Distance move by effort over distance moved by load

The force delivered by a machine is called:
Load
Effort
Joints
Pivot

Mechanical advantage is a product of basic machines which include the following except:
Pulley
Wheel
Axle
Trolley

Which of this is not a property common with basic machine:
Mechanical advantage
Velocity ratio
Efficiency
Electric power

The inchined plane is an examples of a:
Ship
Aeroplane
Boat
Basic machine

One of these is not a basic machine:
Pulley
Wheel
Wedge
Tyre

Which of these is a basic machine
Lever
Knife
Motor
Hammer

A Machine gives a mechanical advantage which facilitates the doing of
Work
Farming
Gardening
Pumping water

Machines are used in the production of
Crops
Maize
Yam
Millet

A Machine uses power to do
Work
Plant corn
Spray paint
Harvest peanut

 A Machine is an appliance that uses
Power
Engine
Motor
Electricity

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