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It is the maximum height of stacks for

warehouse using jute sacks.


 3 meters
 6 meters
 9 meters
 None of the above
It is the maximum height of the stacks
for warehouse when using woven
polypropylene bags.
 3 meters
 6 meters
 9 meters
 None of the above
It is the dimension for maximum piling
of stacks to conform with the
fumigating sheets in situations where
warehouses cannot be made airtight.
 7.3 m x 21.9 m x 4.5 m
 6.3 m x 20.9 m x 4.5 m
 5.3 m x 19.8 m x 4.5 m
 None of the above
Recommended stack height for
warehouse should not exceed the
height of the walls and a space of at
least ______ between the tops of the
stacks and the roof frame.
 1 meter
 1.5 meters
 2.0 meters
 None of the above
It is the system of piling grains that
provides ventilation space between
bags and allows circulation of
convective air current that provides a
medium for heat dissipation.
 Chinese Method
 Japanese Method
 Philippine Method
 None of the above
It refers to any building or place which
is used for killing of animals where the
flesh is intended for human
consumption.
 Butcher house
 Slaughter house
 Large animal pen
 None of the above
It is a slaughter house with required
facilities and operational procedures to
serve any market.
 “A” slaughter house
 “AA” slaughter house
 “AAA” slaughter house
 None of the above
It is a slaughter house with required
facilities and operational procedures to
serve local markets within the country.
 A” slaughter house
 “AA” slaughter house
 “AAA” slaughter house
 None of the above
It is a type of electrical load distribution
center where the meter and the
disconnect switch are located at the
electric-load center of the farmstead.
 Indoor-type
 Outdoor-type
 Pole-type
 None of the above
It is the amount of water requirement
of a slaughter house for large animals.
 227 liters per day per animal
 114 liters per day per animal
 57 liters per day per animal
 None of the above
It is the amount of water requirement
of a slaughter house for small animals.
 227 liters per day per animal
 114 liters per day per animal
 57 liters per day per animal
 None of the above
It is the amount of water requirement
of a slaughter house for swine.
 227 liters per day per animal
 114 liters per day per animal
 57 liters per day per animal
 None of the above
It is the minimum distance required of
slaughter house when it is to be
located near the river, streams, or
lakes.
 10 m from the bank
 20 m from the bank
 30 m from the bank
 None of the above
It is the minimum distance required of
slaughter house from buildings used for
human habitation, factory, public road
and places.
 50 m
 100 m
 150 m
 None of the above
It is the minimum pipeline pressure for
water supply system in slaughter
houses.
 20 psi
 30 psi
 40 psi
 None of the above
It refers to the meat which is unfit for
human consumption as declared by a
veterinary inspector after veterinary
examination.
 Spoiled meat
 Detained meat
 Condemned meat
 None of the above
It refers to the meat requiring further
examination as declared by a
veterinary inspector after veterinary
examination.
 Spoiled meat
 Detained meat
 Condemned meat
 None of the above
It refers to the lowering of animal into
a steam to prepare the skin for
dehairing.
 Flaying
 Scalding
 Gambrelling
 None of the above
It is the removal of hide of the carcass.

 Flaying
 Scalding
 Gambrelling
 None of the above
It is the process or suspending the
carcass for particular operation.
 Flaying
 Scalding
 Gambrelling
 None of the above
It renders the animal insensible before
it is killed.
 Stunning
 Pithing
 Sticking
 None of the above
It is the insertion of a rod or coiled wire
through the hole in the skull of a cattle
made by captive blot to destroy the
brain and the spinal cord to prevent
reflex muscular action and possible
injury to operatives.
 Stunning
 Pithing
 Sticking
 None of the above
It is the severance of the major blood
vessels in the neck or immediately
anterior to the heart by means of a
knife.
 Stunning
 Pithing
 Sticking
 None of the above
Site for slaughter houses should be
elevated _____ above the adjacent
ground.
 400 mm
 500 mm
 600 mm
 None of the above
The recommended dimension for
slaughter house for large animals with
throughput rate of 30 animals per day
is ______.
 6 m x 5.8 m
 2.5 m x 6.4 m
 23.3 m x 15 m
 None of the above
it is the recommended slope for wall
tops of slaughter houses.
 30°
 45°
 60°
 None of the above
It is the recommended thickness of
concrete slabs for slaughter houses.
 100 mm
 120 mm
 150 mm
 None of the above
It is the size of reinforcement bar for
concrete slabs in slaughter houses.
 8 mm Φ RSB
 10 mm Φ RSB
 12 mm Φ RSB
 None of the above
It is the recommended height of the
windows for slaughter houses.
 1 meters above the floor
 1.2 meters above the floor
 1.5 meters above the floor
 None of the above
It is the minimum width of doorways
for slaughter houses.
 1.0 meter wide
 1.2 meters wide
 1.5 meters wide
 None of the above
It is the number of drain inlets provided
in slaughter houses per 40m2 space.
 1 inlet
 2 inlets
 3 inlets
 None of the above
Two hundred twenty (22) volt line with
current flowing at 10 ampere is equal
to ______.
 2.2 kw
 2.2 volt-ampere
 2200 watts
 None of the above
A 10-ampere ventilation fan with a
power factor of 0.85 was connected to
a 220 volt convenience outlet. What is
the current and power in the circuit?
 1,870 watts
 1,870 volt-ampere
 2,200 watts
 None of the above
 All of the above
An electric motor has a rated
horsepower of 2 hp, a rated voltage of
240 volts, and a current of 15 amperes.
What is the horsepower rating of the
motor in watts? Assume a motor
efficiency of 85%.
 1492 watts
 1942 watts
 1249 watts
 None of the above
What is the input power of the motor
above?
 1557 watts
 1755 watts
 1575 watts
 None of the above
What is the power factor of the motor
above?
 0.4875
 0.4785
 0.4587
 None of the above
The power input of DC line in wattage
is equal to ______.
 Volts x ampere
 Volts x ampere x power factor
 Volt x ampere x efficiency
 None of the above
The power output of AC line in wattage
is equal to ______.
 Volts x ampere
 Volts x ampere x power factor
 Volt x ampere x efficiency
 None of the above
It refers to the advantage of a 240-volt
to a 120-volt.
 Economical
 Lower power loss
 Smaller power drop
 All of the above
It is the ampere capacity of AWG no.
12 wire.
 15 amperes
 20 amperes
 30 amperes
 None of the above
When AWG # 12 wire is replaced with
AWG no. 14, the ampere capacity of it
will _____.
 Increase
 Decrease
 Remain the same
 None of the above
They are electrical conductors which
are 8 mm2 (AWG#8) or smaller in size.
 Wires
 Cables
 Cords
 All of the above
They are electrical conductors larger
than 8 mm2.
 Wires
 Cables
 Cords
 All of the above
It consists of a group of wires twisted
to form a metallic string.
 Stranded wire
 Cord
 Co-axial wire
 All of the above
A water heater draws 10 amperes at
240 volt current supply. What is the
heat resistance delivered by the
heater?
 2.4 ohms
 24 ohms
 2400 ohms
 None of the above
Determine the monthly consumption of
a farm residence having the following
loads: one-1200 watts electric iron in 2
hours, one-1000 watt water heater in 3
hours, and one-1300 watt toaster in 30
minutes.
 4.05 kw-hour
 5.05 kw-hour
 6.05 kw-hour
 None of the above
What is the size in circular mill of a
cable with rating 250 MCM?
 250 circular mill
 25,000 circular mill
 250,000 circular mill
 All of the above
It is a fabricated assembly of insulated
conductors enclosed in a flexible metal
sheet primarily used for both exposed
and concealed work.
 Metal clad cable
 Armored cable
 Mineral insulated cable
 None of the above
It is a factory assembly of one or more
conductors each individually insulated and
enclosed in a metallic sheet of interlocking
tape of a smooth or corrugated tube and is
usually used for service feeders, branch
circuits and for indoor or outwork work.
 Metal clad cable
 Armored cable
 Mineral insulated cable
 None of the above
It is a wiring accessory or channel
designed for holding wires, cables, or
busbars which is either made of metal,
plastic, or any insulating materials.
 Wire shield
 Armor pipe
 Raceways
 None of the above
It is a device which by insertion
establishes connection between the
conductor of the flexible cord and the
conductors connected permanently to
the receptacle.
 Convenience outlet
 Junction box
 Receptacles
 None of the above
It is a contact device installed at the
outlet for the connection of a single
attachment plug.
 Convenience outlet
 Junction box
 Receptacles
 None of the above
These are free standing assembly of
switches, fuses, and circuit breakers
which provide switching and feeder
protection to a number of circuits
connected to a main source.
 Panel board
 Switchboard
 Circuit breaker
 All of the above
It is an electrical system that is adopted
in buildings where the load exceeds 50
KVA or where it is required for bigger
load such as motors and machineries.
 Single phase system
 Dual phase system
 Three phase system
 All of the above
It is the maximum load in watts for
each household lighting outlet based
on the National Electrification Code.
 50 watts
 100 watts
 150 watts
 all of the above
It is the ability of the wire or conductor
to carry the current without
overheating.
 Voltage drop
 Power loss
 Ampacity
 None of the above
The National Electrification Code
provides that the amapcity of the
connected load shall not exceed _____
of the amperage capacity of the
conductor and the fuse.
 60%
 70%
 80%
 All of the above
It is the allowable space betweent he
tops fo the stocks and the roof truss of
the warehouse.
 1.0 meter
 1.5 meter
 2.0 meter
 None of the above
It is the optimum recommended stock
height for the paddy stored in the
warehouse.
 16 layers
 18 layers
 20 layers
 All of the above
It is the optimum recommended stock
height for maize stored in the
warehouse.
 16 layers
 18 layers
 20 layers
 All of the above
In storing the paddy, which of the
following statements is true?
 More paddy can be stored in a warehouse
when placed in jute sacks.
 More paddy can be stored in a warehouse
when placed in woven polypropylene
bags.
 The same volume of paddy can be stored
in a warehouse whether they are stored in
jute sacks or woven polypropylene bags.
 None of the above
It is the maximum stock height for
grains stored in jute bags.
 ½ the wall height
 ¾ the wall height
 Wall height
 All of the above
It is the minimum stock height for
grains stored in woven polypropylene
bags.
 ½ the wall height
 ¾ the wall height
 Wall height
 All of the above
It is the allowable space between the
piles of bags in warehouse.
 0.6 m
 1.0 m
 1.2 m
 None of the above
It is the minimum side space
requirement between the edge of the
pile and the wall of the warehouse.
 0.5 m
 1.0 m
 1.5 m
 None of the above
It is the minimum recommended height
of the interior between the beam and
the floor of warehouse.
 15 feet
 20 feet
 25 feet
 All of the above
It is the preferred lighting fixtures for
warehouse building.
 Incandescent lamp
 Fluorescent lamp
 Ultraviolet lamp
 None of the above
It is the minimum requirement for
illumination of warehouse.
 3 watts per square meter
 6 watts per square meter
 9 watts per square meter
 None of the above
It is the recommended size of concrete
hollow blocks for warehouse wall.
 4 in. x 8 in. x 16 in.
 6 in. x 8 in. x 16 in.
 8 in. x 8 in. x 16 in.
 None of the above
It is the recommended size of
reinforcement bar for warehouse.
 10 mm diameter
 12 mm diameter
 14 mm diameter
 None of the above
It is the recommended spacing of
reinforcement bar for warehouse wall.
 500 mm vertical and horizontal
 600 mm vertical and 500 horizontal
 600 mm vertical and horizontal
 None of the above
To prevent the rain from eroding the
warehouse wall, it is recommended
that _______.
 One meter concrete strips should be
provided around the warehouse
 One meter metal strips should be provided
on the outside wall of the warehouse
 Suitable drainage system should be
provided around the warehouse
 None of the above
It is the recommended height of floor
for warehouse to permit easy loading
and unloading by trucks at the sides of
the warehouse.
 0.5 meter above the ground
 1.0 meter above the ground
 1.5 meter above the ground
 None of the above
It is the recommended height of the
floor if trucks are permitted to load and
unload inside the warehouse.
 0.30 m above the ground
 0.40 m above the ground
 0.50 above the ground
 None of the above
Which of the following facilities are
required in a warehouse?
 Quality control laboratories
 Toilet and washing facilities
 Poisonous chemical store
 All of the above
 None of the above
The construction of canopy for
warehouse should be done ______ to
allow continuous loading and unloading
even when raining.
 In all walls
 In every entry door
 In one edge of the outside wall
 None of the above
 None of the above
It refers to the location of vents in a
warehouse.
 Near the floor level
 Top of the wall near grid line
 Top of the roof and the ridge
 All of the above
They are factors that contribute to the
increasing amount of waste.
 Over population
 Utilization of chemicals in Agriculture
 Natural catastrophes and droughts
 All of the above
It is a treatment process which
reduces the amount of substances
that cause unpleasant odor and
discoloration of water.
 Filtration
 Aeration
 Disinfection
 None of the above
In an open aerator, the addition of air
in water is achieved by ______.
 Placing the water in an open tank
 Providing opening to a water container
 Spraying the water
 None fo the above
In sedimentation, processed water is
allowed to pass through a settling
chamber at ______.
 Low velocity
 High velocity
 Zero velocity
 None of the above
In coagulation and flocculation
processes, water is mixed with
 Dispersecoagulants to ______.
colloidal particles
 Allow the formation of settable particles
 Mechanically screen colloidal matters
 None of the above
Sources of coagulants include ______.

 Earth from termite hills


 Aluminum and iron salts
 Potato starch
 All of the above
In flocculation process, it is necessary
that the water being treated must be
______.
 Agitated
 Stagnant
 Heated
 All of the above
It is a water treatment process aimed
to destroy microorganisms that cause
infectious disease.
 Ozonation
 Disinfection
 Irradiation
 None of the above
Lesser amount of chlorine is needed for
water being treated if the turbidity of
water is ______.
 High
 Low
 Zero
 None of the above
It is the commonly practiced method of
disinfecting water by households.
 Chlorination
 Ozonation
 Boiling
 None of the above
It is a good material used for water
filter.
 Chlorine
 Activated carbon
 Filter paper
 None of the above
It is a mixture in air of irregular shape
mineral particles in the size ranged
from 1 to 200 micrometer formed by
crushing, chipping, grinding or by
natural disintegration of solid
substances.
 Fumes
 Sulfurous smog
 Dusts
 All of the above
If air is mixed with one or more
constituents not normally present in
the atmosphere, it is considered
______.
 Polluted air
 Turbid air
 Air pollution
 None of the above
It is the simplest method of separating
solid particles from the air by allowing
the air to pass through a large chamber
to cause the solid material to fall due to
its weight.
 Momentum separation
 Gravity separation
 Settling chamber
 None of the above
It is a much efficient method of
separating particles from the air.
 Cyclone separator
 Gravity separator
 Momentum separator
 None of the above
When a material goes with the air, the
velocity of air that causes it to pick-up
the materials is ______.
 Terminal velocity
 Superfluous velocity
 Laminar velocity
 None of the above
The efficiency of cyclone increases for
______.
 Small particle
 Medium particle
 Large particle
 None of the above
Cyclone efficiency decreases with a
______.
 Decrease in he amount of dust
 Reduction in length of cyclone body
 Decrease in the number of gas rotation
inside the cyclone
 All of the above
It is a gas filter that is suitable for high
temperature condition.
 Wool
 Asbestos
 Filter glass
 All of the above
It is a method of separating fine dust
by allowing it to pass through a mist of
water.
 Water purifier
 Water scrubber
 Water spraying
 All of the above
It is a partially lined or unlined
underground pit into which raw animal
or household waste water is
discharged.
 Cistern
 Cesspool
 Septic tank
 None of the above
It is the breakdown of organic matter
in a water solution or suspension into a
simpler or more biologically-stable
compounds.
 Digestion
 Ammonification
 Adsorption
 None of the above
It refers to a wastewater, which is
treated or untreated, that is being
discharged from reservoir, basin, or
treatment plant.
 Effluent
 Influent
 Turbid water
 None of the above
It is a dark carbonaceous residue
resulting from aerobic decomposition of
organic matter.
 Night soil
 Slurry
 Humus
 None of the above
It is a biological waste water treatment
process in which the mixture of waste
water and biological solids is agitated
and aerated.
 Activated sludge process
 Agitation process
 Anaerobic digestion process
 None of the above
It is a waster water flowing into a
reservoir or treatment plant.
 Slurry
 Influent
 Intake
 None of the above
It is the ordinary killing of all living
microorganisms with the use of heat
and pressure or with the use of some
chemicals.
 Disinfection
 Sterilization
 Fumigation
 None of the above
It is the biological decomposition of
nitrogenous organic matter with the
production of foul-smelling products
associated with anaerobic degradation
of proteins.
 Anaerobic digestion
 Putrefaction
 Liquefaction
 None of the above
It is a portion of the total solids driven
off by a combustible gases at 500-
600°C for at least one hour.
 Total solids
 Volatile solids
 Suspended solids
 None of the above
It is an earthen facility for biological
treatment of wastewater.
 Lagoon
 Detention pond
 Cesspool
 None of the above
It refers to the biological degradation of
organic solids under aerobic conditions
to a relatively stable humus-like
material.
 Digestion
 Composting
 Manure production
 None of the above
They are particles that ultimately settle
after the wastewater losses velocity.
 Sediments
 Colloids
 Flocs
 None of the above
They are precipitates or settled solids
from treatment, coagulation, or
sedimentation of wastewater.
 Sludge
 Colloids
 Sediments
 None of the above
It is a film produced during slow
filtration which is responsible for the
bacteriological-purification effect on the
water.
 Filter skin
 Scum
 Bacteriological film
 None of the above
It is the method of cleaning on a rapid
filter by reversing the direction of the
flow of water.
 Back splashing
 Back washing
 Reverse cleaning
 None of the above
Chemical reaction of disinfectant is
speed up by using ______.
 Cold water
 Raw water
 Hot water
 All of the above
Sedimentation and filtration are
performed preceding chlorination to
______.
 Enhance disinfection effect
 Reduce chlorination time
 Reduce treatment time
 All of the above
It is the water-carried waste from the
households or industries.
 Turbid water
 Sewage
 Slurry
 None of the above
It is the average time wherein waste is
subjected to stabilization process or
held in the storage.
 Detention time
 Retention time
 Digestion time
 None of the above
It is the rapid oxidation of solids in a
specifically-designed combustion
chamber.
 Solid burning
 Incineration
 Thermal activation
 None of the above
It is a type of biogas plant where
the digester is separated from the
gas chamber.
 Integrated plant
 Multi-digester plant
 Split-type plant
 All of the above
It is the maximum ventilation rate
requirement for greenhouse.
 0.10 to 0.75 air change per minute
 0.75 to 1.00 air change per minute
 1.00 to 1.75 air change per minute
It is a structure that provides a reliable
enclosure within which an environment
favorable to plant growth can be
attained.
 Farm building
 Warehouse
 Greenhouse
 None of the above
Which of the following is not a
greenhouse?
 Glasshouse
 Plastic house
 Screen house
 None of the above
It is the recommended orientation for
the installation of greenhouse.
 North to South
 West to East
 North-west to South East
 None of the above
It is the maximum recommended
length for greenhouse.
 50 meters
 100 meters
 150 meters
 None of the above
It is the maximum recommended width
for gutter connected greenhouse.
 50 meters
 100 meters
 150 meters
 None of the above
It is the C/N ratio requirement of
organic materials for proper biogas
digestion.
 1:10 to 1:20
 1:20 to 1:30
 1:30 to 1:40
 None of the above
One pound per square inch is equal to
______.
 27.6 inches of water
 26.7 inches of water
 76.2 inches of water
 None of the above
It is a process of gradually supplying
the moisture and maintaining proper
temperature so as to have favorable
conditions for hydration of the cement
particularly during the early hardening
period.
 Re-wetting
 Tempering
 Curing
 None of the above
It is a unit of deformation as a result of
change in the form produced by stress.
 Fatigue strength
 Shear force
 Strain
 None of the above
It is an algebraic sum of all the external
forces acting parallel to cross-section of
one side of the section tending to
cause failure by sliding movement.
 Fatigue strength
 Deflection
 Shear force
 None of the above
It is the amount of stress that produces
failure by increasing the unit stress
until breakage or rupture occurs.
 Ultimate strength
 Unit stress
 Shearing stress
 None of the above
It is the internal resistance per unit
area that results from external force.
 Ultimate strength
 Unit stress
 Shearing stress
 None of the above
It is a stress that tends to cause two
contiguous parts of a body to slide,
relative to each other in a direction
parallel to the plant of contact.
 Ultimate strength
 Unit stress
 Shearing stress
 None of the above
Cutting metal sheep using a tin snip is
a good example of a material subjected
to ______.
 Tensile stress
 Compressive stress
 Shear stress
 All of the above
It is the ratio of the ultimate strength
to the working stress.
 Allowable stress
 Elastic limit
 Factor of safety
 None of the above