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  1. EXAM ONE • Review Question

  2. 1. The first building application of warm air, central heating occurred in which of the following centuries? 17th century 18th century 19th century 20th century

  3. 1. The first building application of warm air, central heating occurred in which of the following centuries? 17th century 18th century 19th century 20th century

  4. 2. The first building application of district heating occurred in which of the following centuries? 17th century 18th century 19th century 20th century

  5. 2. The first building application of district heating occurred in which of the following centuries? 17th century 18th century 19th century 20th century

  6. 3. Which of the following was an effect of mechanical ventilation on 20th century building design? Allowed ceiling heights to be lowered Required floor plans to be more compartmentalized Increased dependence on passive technology All of the above

  7. 3. Which of the following was an effect of mechanical ventilation on 20th century building design? Allowed ceiling heights to be lowered Required floor plans to be more compartmentalized Increased dependence on passive technology All of the above

  8. 4. Which of the following is a health or comfort effect of high humidity levels? Dryness in the throat and nose Subjective feeling of skin wetness Drying and cracking of skin All of the above

  9. 4. Which of the following is a health or comfort effect of high humidity levels? Dryness in the throat and nose Subjective feeling of skin wetness Drying and cracking of skin All of the above

  10. 5. Which of the following is a health or comfort effect related to low temperature levels? Hyperventilation Intestinal infections Increase in the rate of respiratory infections All of the above

  11. 5. Which of the following is a health or comfort effect related to low temperature levels? Hyperventilation Intestinal infections Increase in the rate of respiratory infections All of the above

  12. 6. Optimum air velocity is dependent on which of the following? Air temperature only Air temperature and humidity level Metabolic and clothing level Air temperature, humidity level, metabolic level, and clothing level.

  13. 6. Optimum air velocity is dependent on which of the following? Air temperature only Air temperature and humidity level Metabolic and clothing level Air temperature, humidity level, metabolic level, and clothing level.

  14. 7. New effective temperature takes into account which of the following? Dry-bulb temperature Humidity Radiant Conditions and air movement All of the above

  15. 7. New effective temperature takes into account which of the following? Dry-bulb temperature Humidity Radiant Conditions and air movement All of the above

  16. 8. Which of the following is the single most important index of comfort? Wet bulb temperature Dry bulb temperature Dew point temperature Humidity Ratio

  17. 8. Which of the following is the single most important index of comfort? Wet bulb temperature Dry bulb temperature Dew point temperature Humidity Ratio

  18. 9. Which of the following is an individual factor that affects thermal comfort? Clothing level Acclimatization Gender All of the above

  19. 9. Which of the following is an individual factor that affects thermal comfort? Clothing level Acclimatization Gender All of the above

  20. 10. Temperature effect odor perception in which of the following ways? An increase in temperature slightly reduces some odors Perception of many odors increase as temperatures increase All odors can be eliminated by lowering the temperature Temperature has no effect on odor perception

  21. 10. Temperature effect odor perception in which of the following ways? An increase in temperature slightly reduces some odors Perception of many odors increase as temperatures increase All odors can be eliminated by lowering the temperature Temperature has no effect on odor perception

  22. 11. Which of the following common odors would remain objectionable for the shortest period of time? Chemical odors Cooking odors Body odors Cigarette smoke

  23. 11. Which of the following common odors would remain objectionable for the shortest period of time? Chemical odors Cooking odors Body odors Cigarette smoke

  24. 12. Which of the following is generally believed to be a health effect of formaldehyde gas ? Impaired visual acuity and brain function Skin rash, headache, and nausea Cancer Destruction of the central nervous system

  25. 12. Which of the following is generally believed to be a health effect of formaldehyde gas ? Impaired visual acuity and brain function Skin rash, headache, and nausea Cancer Destruction of the central nervous system

  26. 13. Which of the following is a source of asbestos in the building environment? Ground water in areas of uranium and phosphate deposits The adhesives used in particle board or plywood The type of spackling compounds, wall boards, and fireproofing used in some older buildings Gas burning appliances

  27. 13. Which of the following is a source of asbestos in the building environment? Ground water in areas of uranium and phosphate deposits The adhesives used in particle board or plywood The type of spackling compounds, wall boards, and fireproofing used in some older buildings Gas burning appliances

  28. 14. Which of the following indoor air contaminants is found in cigarette smoke? Nitrogen oxides Carbon monoxide Organic compounds All of the above

  29. 14. Which of the following indoor air contaminants is found in cigarette smoke? Nitrogen oxides Carbon monoxide Organic compounds All of the above

  30. 15. Which of the following is a method of controlling indoor air contaminants ? Filtration Ventilation Encapsulation All of the above

  31. 15. Which of the following is a method of controlling indoor air contaminants ? Filtration Ventilation Encapsulation All of the above

  32. 16. Which of the following is a characteristic of olfactory experience? Middle range receptor Linked to the perception of time Reflects what is directly happening to the body All of the above

  33. 16. Which of the following is a characteristic of olfactory experience? Middle range receptor Linked to the perception of time Reflects what is directly happening to the body All of the above

  34. 17. Which of the following characteristics is associated with coolness? Low frequency sounds Smooth surfaces Red and orange colors Internality

  35. 17. Which of the following characteristics is associated with coolness? Low frequency sounds Smooth surfaces Red and orange colors Internality

  36. 18. Heat transfer by electromagnetic waves is which of the following? Convection Conduction Radiation Enthalpy

  37. 18. Heat transfer by electromagnetic waves is which of the following? Convection Conduction Radiation Enthalpy

  38. 19. The number of British thermal units (BTU’s) per hour that flow through one square foot of material of a given thickness, when the temperature drop through the material is one degree Farenheit, is which of the following ? Conductivity Conductance Resistivity Resistance

  39. 19. The number of British thermal units (BTU’s) per hour that flow through one square foot of material of a given thickness, when the temperature drop through the material is one degree Farenheit, is which of the following ? Conductivity Conductance Resistivity Resistance

  40. 20. Which of the following affects the rate of thermal conduction? Cross sectional area taken perpendicular to the direction of heat flow Surface orientation Direction of heat flow All of the above

  41. 20. Which of the following affects the rate of thermal conduction? Cross sectional area taken perpendicular to the direction of heat flow Surface orientation Direction of heat flow All of the above

  42. 21. The rate of heat flow in Btu’s per hour that pass through one square foot of a surface due to the motion of air against the surface for a one degree Fahrenheit difference in temperature is which of the following ? Resistivity Film coefficient Emissivity R-value

  43. 21. The rate of heat flow in Btu’s per hour that pass through one square foot of a surface due to the motion of air against the surface for a one degree Fahrenheit difference in temperature is which of the following ? Resistivity Film coefficient Emissivity R-value

  44. 22. The number of British thermal units (BTU’s) per hour that flow through one square foot of wall, floor, or roof construction under actual conditions at the building when the difference between inside and outside air temperature is one degree Farenheit, is which of the following ? U-value Film coefficient R-value Resistance

  45. 22. The number of British thermal units (BTU’s) per hour that flow through one square foot of wall, floor, or roof construction under actual conditions at the building when the difference between inside and outside air temperature is one degree Farenheit, is which of the following ? U-value Film coefficient R-value Resistance

  46. 23. The ratio of the actual water vapor pressure or the air to the saturated water vapor pressure of the air at the same temperature is which of the following ? Humidity Ratio Absolute Humidity Relative Humidity Latent Heat

  47. 23. The ratio of the actual water vapor pressure or the air to the saturated water vapor pressure of the air at the same temperature is which of the following ? Humidity Ratio Absolute Humidity Relative Humidity Latent Heat

  48. 24. Which of the following is the temperature of air as registered by an ordinary thermometer ? Dry bulb temperature Globe thermometer temperature Operative temperature Enthalpy

  49. 24. Which of the following is the temperature of air as registered by an ordinary thermometer ? Dry bulb temperature Globe thermometer temperature Operative temperature Enthalpy

  50. 25. The heat associated with the change of state of the moisture in the air is which of the following ? Sensible heat Latent heat Operative temperature Specific humidity