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Module 2 Flow_diagrams_-_Drawing_symbols

Question 1:
A fail-open valve is indicated by a/an:

A - Down arrow on the valve symbol
B - Up arrow on the valve symbol
C - Circle on the valve symbol
D - Square box on the valve symbol
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Question 2:
Instrument supply can be elaborated by adding abbreviations. A 350 kPa steam supply is represented by:

A - AS
B - ES
C - SS
D WS

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Question 3:
This symbol is used to represent:


A - A field mounted panel DCS function
B - A behind the panel DCS function
C - A main control panel DCS function
D - A behind the panel PLC function
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Question 4:
The function of the instrument tagged FIC-502 is to:

A - Indicate and control flow
B - Integrate and convert flow
C - Integrate and control flow
D - Indicate and control ratio

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Question 5:
A fail-closed valve is indicated by a/an:

A - Circle on the valve symbol
B - Square box on the valve symbol
C - Up arrow on the valve symbol
D - Down arrow on the valve symbol
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Question 6:
What does the "AC" represent in an instrument labelled PAC - 87?
A - Process loop
B - Functional identification
C - Plant identification code
D - The instrument's purpose
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Question 7:
This symbol would be used in a drawing to indicate:


A - A hand control valve in a process line
B - A pressure relief or safety valve
C - A rupture disk or safety head for pressure relief
D - A self-contained backpressure regulator
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Question 8:

Symbols are standard pictorials used to depict instrumentation on diagrams and drawings. The symbols aid in identifying the instrument but do not reveal the functional interrelationships.
A - True
B - False
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Question 9:
In the designation FIC 200, the first letter indicates the:

A - Plant area designation
B - Instrument is flaring gas
C - Parameter being measured
D - Function of the instrument
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Question 10:
An electric signal is typically:

A - 20 to 100 mA AC
B - 4 to 20 mA DC
C - 3 to 15 mA DC
D - 4 to 20 mA AC

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Question 11:
Communication between the instruments is identified by:

A - A series of letters
B - A description (i.e. 4 20 mA)
C - A series of numbers
D - Standard instrument line symbols
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Question 12:
Symbols are standard pictorials used to depict instrumentation on diagrams and drawings. The alphanumeric code or tag number is written in a/an:

A - Bubble
B - Triangle
C - Square
D - Octagon
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Question 13:

A pneumatic signal is typically:
A - 4 to 20 kPa
B - 3 to 15 psig
C - 3 to 15 mA DC
D - 20 to 100 psig
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Question 14:
The identifier letter combination PSE stands for:

A - Pressure safety valve
B - Pressure safety element
C - Pressure surge encoder
D - Pressure recorder and controller
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Question 15:
ISA standard 5.1 was developed to provide consistency for:

A - The use of symbols in mechanical flow diagrams
B - The use of instrument symbols in process flow diagrams
C - The use of figures in mechanical flow diagrams
D - Mechanical flow diagrams
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Question 16:
The line symbol identifying undefined signal is always used in the final draft of the P&ID.

A - True
B - False
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Question 17:
In the designation FQI, which letter(s) indicate the function(s) of the instrument:
A - Second and third
B - First and third
C - First
D - First and second
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Question 18:
This symbol is used to represent :


A - A main control panel PLC function
B - A field mounted PLC function
C - A behind the panel PLC function
D - A main control panel DCS function

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Question 19:
What is the measured variable of an instrument tagged LIC-104?

A - Light
B - Louver Position
C - Current
D - Level
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Question 20:
Symbols, used to produce P&IDs, define:

A - The signals used
B - The types of actuators that operate dampers
C - The instrument functions
D - All of the above
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Question 21:
What does the "P" represent in an instrument labelled PAC - 87?

A - Plant identification code
B - Measured variable
C - The instrument's purpose
D - Process loop

Module 3 Flow_diagrams_-_Line_symbols_drawing

Question 1:
When including the dimensions in a drawing, all dimensions should read from the:

A - Left and from the top of the drawing
B - Right and from the bottom of the drawing
C - Right and from the top of the drawing
D - Left and from the bottom of the drawing
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Question 2:

The dashed lines seen in the illustration are an example of:


A - Section lines
B - Hidden feature lines
C - Match lines
D - Auxiliary lines
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Question 3:
Lines that are used to indicate an alternative position of a shaft, or how another part may fit into the part shown, are called:

A - Match lines
B - Auxiliary lines
C - Hidden feature lines
D - Phantom lines
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Question 4:
Section lines are drawn:

A - 90 to the horizontal (or vertical)
B - 30 to the horizontal (or vertical)
C - 45 to the horizontal (or vertical)
D - 60 to the horizontal (or vertical)
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Question 5:
A line used to denote the axis of symmetry of an object is called a/an:

A - Section line
B - Auxiliary line
C - Match line
D - Centre line
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Question 6:

_________ are used for projection dimensioning.

A - Phantom lines
B - Auxiliary lines
C - Match lines
D - Section lines
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Question 7:
The drawing seen here is an example of a ______________________ drawing.


A - plan and elevation
B - geographic view
C - orthographic view
D - oblique piping arrangement
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Question 8:
_________ shows/show directions of flow within the diagram.
A - Phantom lines
B - Flow lines
C - Centre lines
D - Hidden feature line
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Question 9:
In either isometric or oblique presentations, lines not horizontal or vertical on the drawing are usually drawn at:
A - 90 to the horizontal
B - 45 to the horizontal
C - 30 to the horizontal
D - 180 to the horizontal
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Question 10:
When several holes are equally spaced around a centre, it is necessary to draw:
A - Diagonal lines through the centre of each hole
B - A circular line through the upper edges of the holes
C - Only one hole and include notes describing the number of holes and the spacing
D - A circular line through the centres of the holes
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Question 11:
Tapered parts are usually explained by using:
A - Notes and regular dimensions
B - Guide lines
C - Two arrowheads
D - A "T" to denote the taper
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Question 12:
An orthographic projection is a type of drawing that shows only:
A - One-dimensional object
B - Two-dimensional object
C - Three-dimensional object
D - Four-dimensional object
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Question 13:

Lines that are very thin, bold lines, are clearly visible, and are drawn at 45 to the horizontal or vertical are called:
A - Auxiliary lines
B - Phantom lines
C - Section lines
D - Hidden feature lines
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Question 14:
The dimension line used for a radius has:

A - Two arrowheads
B - An arc cutting the two sides of the angle
C - One arrowhead
D - A "D" to denote the diameter of the hole
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Question 15:
The three principal types of dimensions shown in drawings are the:

A - Detail, the position, and the overall
B - Depth, the height, and the width
C - Detail, the composition, and the overall
D - Depth, the position, and the overall
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Question 16:

__________ are when one drawing area is matched with another.
A - Match lines
B - Auxiliary lines
C - Phantom lines
D - Section lines
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Question 17:
_________ indicate an alternative position of a shaft, or how another part may fit into the part shown.
A - Auxiliary lines
B - Section lines
C - Match lines
D - Phantom lines
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Question 18:

_________ are used to show surfaces, edges, corners, and details of an object that are hidden from view.
A - Hidden feature line
B - Phantom lines
C - Flow lines
D - Centre lines
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Question 19:
On a single drawing, the lines used to draw the visible shape of an object should all:

A - Have different thicknesses
B - Have identification balloons
C - Be very thin and visible
D - Have the same thickness
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Question 20:
Lines that are not part of the object and used for projection dimensioning in drawings are called:

A - Auxiliary lines
B - Phantom lines
C - Hidden feature lines
D - Section lines


Module 4 Oil_and_gas_composition

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Question 1:
A pure substance composed of two or more elements is called a:

A - Valence
B - Compound
C - Molecule
D - Mixture
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Question 2:
Diluents are combustible gases that enhance the heating value of sales gas.

A - True
B - False
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Question 3:
A characteristic of the paraffin group is:

A - Open chain (straight or branched)
B - Closed chain (benzene ring)
C - Open chain (cyclic)
D - Closed chain (cyclic)
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Question 4:
Which of the following are considered the main diluent gases (more than one correct answer):
A - Sludge
B - Nitrogen
C - Free liquids
D - Carbon disulfide
E - Water
F - Carbon dioxide
G - Methane
H - Pipeline trash
I - Helium
J - COS
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Question 5:
A state of matter in which the molecules are loosely bound, move about with high velocities, and tend to expand indefinitely is known as a:

A - Vapour
B - Gas
C - Solid
D - Liquid
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Question 6:
Which hydrocarbon group is used to manufacture dyes, synthetic chemicals and synthetic drugs?
A - Olefin group
B - Aromatic group
C - Cycloparaffin group
D - Paraffin group
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Question 7:
The name for the following molecular structure is:


A - Pentane
B - Methane
C - Butane
D - Cyclopentane
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Question 8:

The formula for propane is:

1. C₆H₁₄

2. CH₄

3. C₃H₈

4. C₂H₆


A - 1.
B - 2.
C - 3.
D - 4.
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Question 9:
This compound is called:


A - Cyclohexane
B - Cyclobenzene
C - Benzene
D - Benzo-cyclene
E - Cyclehexene
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Question 10:
Condensate consists primarily of pentane and heavier hydrocarbons, commonly called C5plus.
A - True
B False

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Question 11:
This compound is called:


A - Pentene
B - Pentane
C - Pentylene
D - Cyclopentane
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Question 12:
A crude oil with many asphaltine molecules (C40plus) is considered a:
A - Medium oil
B - Heavy oil
C - Light oil
D - Paraffin
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Question 13:
Hydrocarbon structures that are called olefins have:

A - Double bonds and are saturated
B - Double bonds and are unsaturated
C - Single bonds and are saturated
D - Single bonds and are unsaturated
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Question 14:
Calculate the degrees API for an oil with a relative density of 0.81. Use the formula:


A - 12.35 degrees API
B - 8.10 API
C - 43.19 degrees API
D - 36.72 API
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Question 15:
Which of the following natural gas components is considered a diluent?
A - Nitrogen
B - Hydrogen sulphide
C - Free liquids
D - Water
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Question 16:
Which hydrocarbon group makes excellent fuels, is the feedstock for petrochemicals and is used for lubricants and waxes?

A - Olefin group
B - Paraffin group
C - Aromatic group
D - Cycloparaffin group
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Question 17:
This compound is called:


A - Benzene
B - Cyclo-hexane
C - Cyclo-hexene
D - Cyclo-benzene
E - Double-benzene
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Question 18:
Which of the following hydrocarbons are saturated:

A - Olefins
B - Cyclo
C - Paraffins
D - Aromatics
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Question 19:
Crude oil is measured by two main standards:

A - Pressure and gravity
B - Viscosity and temperature
C - Temperature and pressure
D - Gravity and viscosity
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Question 20:
Hydrocarbon structures that are called paraffins have:

A - Double bonds and are unsaturated
B - Single bonds and are saturated
C - Single bonds and are unsaturated
D - Double bonds and are saturated
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