Classic Quiz

# Pressure Temperature & Heat Transfer Quiz

Published on 03 Apr 2020  |  Last Updated 03 Apr 2020

Physics is a broad subject, there are so many branches and sub-routines with all of their own laws and principles. Thermodynamics is one such branch where we study heat and temperature, their movement and what's the difference between both of them. There's also so much more.

This is just a general science quiz mostly based on the everyday applications of these above-mentioned topics. These questions are very common and are asked frequently in exams. Also, make sure to complete the quiz to understand the topic in detail.

A. Hygrometer
B. Manometer
C. Chronometer
D. Thermometer

A. Pyrometer
B. Thermostat
C. Heater
D. Thermometer

A. Newton
B. Kelvin
C. Candela
D. Pascal

A. Bar
B. Mercury
C. Newton
D. Atmosphere

#### 5. What will happen to the room temperature if you leave the door of a refrigerator open for a few hours?

A. Room temperature increases
B. Room temperature decreases
C. Room temperature drops to absolute zero
D. Room temperature remains same

#### 6. Why does a block of wood feel warmer than a block of Iron when touched bare hands?

A. Wood is lighter than iron
B. Wood is bad conductor of electricity
C. Iron is good conductor of heat
D. Iron is good conductor of electricity

#### 7. Hydraulic breaks in automobiles work on which of the following principles?

A. Bernoulli's Theorem
B. Magnus Effect
C. Pascal's Law
D. Archimedes Principle

A. Mass
B. Area
C. Temperature
D. Gravity

A. 0˚ Celsius
B. 100˚ Celsius
C. -100˚ Celsius
D. -273˚ Celsius

A. 0˚ Celsius
B. 100˚ Celsius
C. -40˚ Celsius
D. 4˚ Celsius

A. 0˚ Celsius
B. 100˚ Celsius
C. -100˚ Celsius
D. 4˚ Celsius

A. 0˚ Celsius
B. 100˚ Celsius
C. 50˚ Celsius
D. 4˚ Celsius

#### 13. An insulated storage or a flask that greatly lengthens the time over which its contents remains hotter or cooler is known as

A. Pressure Cooker
C. Bottle
D. Refrigerator

#### 14. The production and behavior of materials at very low temperatures is studied under

A. Kinematics
B. Fluid Mechanics
C. Cryogenics
D. Mechanics

A. 0˚
B. 20˚
C. -40˚
D. 100˚

A. Thermometer
B. Manomter
C. Thermocouple
D. Pyrometer

A. Hygrometer
B. Hydrometer
C. Lactometer
D. Barometer

#### 18. What kind of weather does it indicate when the reading of a barometer drops suddenly?

A. Heavy Rainfall
B. Stormy Weather
C. Hot Weather
D. Cold Weather

#### 19. Why does water boils at a temperature lower than 100-degree celsius on high altitude areas?

A. Due to decreased atmospheric pressure
B. Due to increased atmospheric pressure
C. Due to no atmospheric pressure
D. Due to low temperature

#### 20. What happens to the pressure when gradually moving to high altitude areas?

A. Atmospheric pressure increases
B. Atmospheric pressure remains
C. Atmospheric pressure decreases
D. Atmospheric pressure becomes zero

#### 21. What does an air conditioner do?

A. Maintains temperature and pressure
B. Maintains temperature and humidity
C. Maintains humidity
D. Maintains pressure

#### 22. The force applied over a unit area is known as

A. Temperature
B. Balanced Force
C. Pressure
D. Acceleration

A. 100˚ Celsius
B. 0˚ Celsius
C. 37˚ Celsius
D. 25˚ Celsius

A. 6000˚ Celsius
B. 1000˚ Celsius
C. 1200˚ Celsius
D. 800˚ Celsius

#### 25. The amount of energy absorbed or released by a substance during a change in its physical state without any effect in its temperature is called?

A. Triple Point
B. Transformational Energy
C. Enthalpy of fusion
D. Latent Heat

A. 0˚ Celsius
B. 20˚ Celsius
C. -39˚ Celsius
D. 4˚ Celsius

#### 27. Why are woolen clothes more preferred than cotton clothes in winter?

A. They absorb heat
B. The retain heat well
C. They release heat
D. They look cool

#### 28. How will the solubility of sugar in the water be affected when the solution is heated up?

A. Solubility Increases
B. Solubility Decreases
C. Solubility Remains Same
D. Solubility fluctuates

B. Conduction
C. Convection
D. Transfusion

#### 30. Which device is used to transform heat energy into electricity?

A. Thermostat
B. Thermometer
C. Thermal Powerplant
D. Thermopile

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