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There are 24 questions on this test: Heat Sources – Questions 1 – 8 Heating Technologies – Questions 9 – 16 Preventing Heat Loss – Questions 17 – 24 Each.

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1 There are 24 questions on this test: Heat Sources – Questions 1 – 8 Heating Technologies – Questions 9 – 16 Preventing Heat Loss – Questions 17 – 24 Each slide is timed to change automatically You will have 45 seconds to complete each question Following the last slide on this test – Question 24 Follow your teachers instructions to score and record the test. All of your answers should be recorded on the Student Response Form – HT73-3 This slide will advance after 30 seconds Heat and Temperature GLO 3

2 Question 1 Much of the energy used in Alberta is found in the vast resources of fossil fuels. This type of energy source is useful and is stored until we need it. Fossil fuels are considered to be sources of... A. chemical energy B. industrial energy C. biological energy D. geothermal energy This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 2 Solar energy is an excellent natural thermal energy source. This type of energy is produced inside of the Sun by... A. biological processes B. nuclear reactions C. magnetic waves D. electric storms Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

3 Question 3 There are two types of solar energy heating systems. The system using direct Sun rays is called … A. active B. passive C. positive D. activating This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 4 Thermal energy from inside the Earth's crust can be harnessed as a useful thermal energy source. Volcanoes, hot springs and geysers are example of this type of thermal energy source. This type of thermal energy is... A. called geo-volcanic energy B. an environmental pollutant C. used to generate fossil fuel resources D. a clean alternative to using fossil fuels Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

4 Question 5 The thermal efficiency of a buildings design can be measured by how well it prevents … A. heat gain B. heat loss C. direct sunlight D. convection currents This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 6 Solar collectors are used to capture the Suns energy. These collectors are filled with... A. air B. coal C. water D. glass Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

5 Question 7 Solar cells are arranged in panels, connected in a series, and then placed to capture and store the Suns energy in low voltage batteries. The panels are connected in a series to form what is called a solar... A. system B. array C. field D. site This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 8 One aspect of passive solar heating that is often overlooked is not in the actual hardware of the system. This aspect can add to the effectiveness of a solar design. A. Size of the house B. Cost of the panels C. Landscaping design D. Color of the components Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

6 Question 9 This illustration shows the inside workings of a thermostat. The bimetallic strip, made of two different metals that expand and contract at different rates, enables the coil A. conductor B. insulator C. element D. switch This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 10 Relative temperature for a comfortable room is maintained by using a thermostat, that is connected to a central heating system. The relative temperature of a comfortable room is … A. 18 o C B. 20 o C C. 37 o C D. 100 o C Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heating Technologies

7 Question 11 Two types of heating systems in a house help to maintain heat flow where it is needed. The type of heating system that provides heat from a single, central source such as a furnace is called … A. local heating B. central heating C. boundary heating D. thermal heat control This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 12 Air that is heated by burning fuel in a furnace and then sent throughout the house through ducts to a register in every room is an example of this type of heating system … A. forced-air B. hot-water C. convection D. conventional Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heating Technologies

8 Question 13 When a fireplace becomes too hot, this device - a moveable plate, that controls the flow of air to the fire - can be adjusted … A. deflector B. damper C. cooler D. airfoil This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 14 Thermal energy is needed to create the cold temperatures we need in technologies such as refrigerators, air-conditioners and freezers. Electricity or natural gas can provide the fuel that runs this device that the heart of these cooling technologies … A. fan B. motor C. refrigerant D. compressor Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heating Technologies

9 Question 15 Basic parts of a cooling system are: a storage tank, a compressor, a freezer unit, condenser coils, and a … A. fan B. cooler C. refrigerant D. evaporator This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 16 Forced-air and Hot-water heating systems both rely on this type of heat transfer... A. radiation B. insulation C. conduction D. convection Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heating Technologies

10 Question 17 A natural insulator helps to keep animals, such as polar bears and seals, warm in frigid water. This natural insulator forms a protective layer to help keep heat from leaving the body. This natural insulator is … A. skin B. hair C. fat D. fur This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 18 A materials ability to transfer heat by conduction is reflected by its thermal … A. rating B. energy C. capacity D. conductivity Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

11 Question 19 Stone and brick are excellent insulators, but are not widely used because they are too expensive. The most common type of insulation that provides a layer of paneling between the outer walls and the siding is … A. plaster B. gyprock C. styrofoam D. fibreglass This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 20 In an average house heat is lost (transferred to the outside) in five major places. The least amount of heat is lost through the … A. walls B. windows C. through the floor D. gaps and poorly sealed areas Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

12 Question 21 In an average house heat is lost (transferred to the outside) in five major places. The most amount of heat is lost through the … A. walls B. roof C. floors D. windows This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 22 To determine where heat is lost in a building, contractors can ask a photographer to take this type of photo of the house. A. A thermal negative B. A thermogram C. A radiogram D. An infogram Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

13 Question 23 Insulators are rated by their insulating ability. R-value is given to each material that is used in the construction of a building. The best insulating product would have a … A. low R-value B. high R-value C. fractional R-value D. restricted R-value This slide will advance after 1 minute 30 seconds Question 24 The issue of heat loss in buildings and homes lies in the fact that more resources need to be used to replace the lost heat. These resources are more often... A. resalable B. recyclable C. renewable D. non-renewable Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

14 ANSWER KEY This is the end of this test: ANSWER KEY Heat Sources – Questions 1 – 8 Heating Technologies – Questions 9 – 16 Preventing Heat Loss – Questions 17 – 24 Follow your teachers instructions to score and record the test. All of your answers should be recorded on the Student Response Form – HT73-3 This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3

15 Question 1 Much of the energy used in Alberta is found in the vast resources of fossil fuels. This type of energy source is useful and is stored until we need it. Fossil fuels are considered to be sources of... A. chemical energy B. industrial energy C. biological energy D. geothermal energy Question 2 Solar energy is an excellent natural thermal energy source. This type of energy is produced inside of the Sun by... A. biological processes B. nuclear reactions C. magnetic waves D. electric storms This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

16 Question 3 There are two types of solar energy heating systems. The system using direct Sun rays is called … A. active B. passive C. positive D. activating Question 4 Thermal energy from inside the Earth's crust can be harnessed as a useful thermal energy source. Volcanoes, hot springs and geysers are example of this type of thermal energy source. This type of thermal energy is... A. called geo-volcanic energy B. an environmental pollutant C. used to generate fossil fuel resources D. a clean alternative to using fossil fuels This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

17 Question 5 The thermal efficiency of a buildings design can be measured by how well it prevents … A. heat gain B. heat loss C. direct sunlight D. convection currents Question 6 Solar collectors are used to capture the Suns energy. These collectors are filled with... A. air B. coal C. water D. glass This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

18 Question 7 Solar cells are arranged in panels, connected in a series, and then placed to capture and store the Suns energy in low voltage batteries. The panels are connected in a series to form what is called a solar... A. system B. array C. field D. site Question 8 One aspect of passive solar heating that is often overlooked is not in the actual hardware of the system. This aspect can add to the effectiveness of a solar design. A. Size of the house B. Cost of the panels C. Landscaping design D. Color of the components This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Sources

19 Question 9 This illustration shows the inside workings of a thermostat. The bimetallic strip, made of two different metals that expand and contract at different rates, enables the coil A. conductor B. insulator C. element D. switch Question 10 Relative temperature for a comfortable room is maintained by using a thermostat, that is connected to a central heating system. The relative temperature of a comfortable room is … A. 18 o C B. 20 o C C. 37 o C D. 100 o C This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Technologies

20 Question 11 Two types of heating systems in a house help to maintain heat flow where it is needed. The type of heating system that provides heat from a single, central source such as a furnace is called … A. local heating B. central heating C. boundary heating D. thermal heat control Question 12 Air that is heated by burning fuel in a furnace and then sent throughout the house through ducts to a register in every room is an example of this type of heating system … A. forced-air B. hot-water C. convection D. conventional This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Technologies

21 Question 13 When a fireplace becomes too hot, this device - a moveable plate, that controls the flow of air to the fire - can be adjusted … A. deflector B. damper C. cooler D. airfoil Question 14 Thermal energy is needed to create the cold temperatures we need in technologies such as refrigerators, air-conditioners and freezers. Electricity or natural gas can provide the fuel that runs this device that the heart of these cooling technologies … A. fan B. motor C. refrigerant D. compressor This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Technologies

22 Question 15 Basic parts of a cooling system are: a storage tank, a compressor, a freezer unit, condenser coils, and a … A. fan B. cooler C. refrigerant D. evaporator Question 16 Forced-air and Hot-water heating systems both rely on this type of heat transfer... A. radiation B. insulation C. conduction D. convection This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Heat Technologies

23 Question 17 A natural insulator helps to keep animals, such as polar bears and seals, warm in frigid water. This natural insulator forms a protective layer to help keep heat from leaving the body. This natural insulator is … A. skin B. hair C. fat D. fur Question 18 A materials ability to transfer heat by conduction is reflected by its thermal … A. rating B. energy C. capacity D. conductivity This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

24 Question 19 Stone and brick are excellent insulators, but are not widely used because they are too expensive. The most common type of insulation that provides a layer of paneling between the outer walls and the siding is … A. plaster B. gyprock C. styrofoam D. fibreglass Question 20 In an average house heat is lost (transferred to the outside) in five major places. The least amount of heat is lost through the … A. walls B. windows C. through the floor D. gaps and poorly sealed areas This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

25 Question 21 In an average house heat is lost (transferred to the outside) in five major places. The most amount of heat is lost through the … A. walls B. roof C. floors D. windows Question 22 To determine where heat is lost in a building, contractors can ask a photographer to take this type of photo of the house. A. A thermal negative B. A thermogram C. A radiogram D. An infogram This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss

26 Question 23 Insulators are rated by their insulating ability. R-value is given to each material that is used in the construction of a building. The best insulating product would have a … A. low R-value B. high R-value C. fractional R-value D. restricted R-value Question 24 The issue of heat loss in buildings and homes lies in the fact that more resources need to be used to replace the lost heat. These resources are more often... A. resalable B. recyclable C. renewable D. non-renewable This slide will advance on Mouse Click Heat and Temperature GLO 3 – Preventing Heat Loss


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