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1

Before the rivet is actually driven, the actual distance the rivet must extend out of the material is by:

1.5 x Diameter

2

AMS rivet stands for

Aeronautical Material Specs

3

AND rivet stands for

Air-force Navy Design

4

AS rivet stands for

Aeronautical Standard

5

ASA rivet stands for

American Standards Association

6

ASTM rivets stands for

American Society for Testing Materiels

7

NAS rivets stands for

National Aerospace Standard

8

SAE rivets stands for

Society of Automotive Engineers

9

Rivets are designed to withstand ________ stress

shear

10

Universal Head number

470

11

Countersunk Head number

426

12

The process of cutting away metal on top of sheet metal for using 426 rivets is termed:

countersinking

13

The mechanical denting of sheets to be joined together is termed:

dimpling

14

The reason why gusset driving energy would be lost

Full contact with rivet head is not made

15

470E

Alloy 7050 Zinc

16

470D

Alloy 2017 Copper

17

470A

Alloy 1100 Aluminium

18

470DD

Alloy 2024 Copper

19

470B

Alloy 5056 Magnesiunm 

20

470AD

Alloy 2117 Copper

21

Rivet with two recessed dimples in the head

470M

Alloy Monel

22

Identify

Pop rivet

23

Identify the catagory of hardware

Mechanical lock rivets

24

Identify

CherryMax rivet

25

Identify

Stump-type Lockbolt

26

Identify

Pull-type Lockbolt

27

Identify

Blind-type Lockbolt

28

The location where Rivnuts are typically located

Deicing boots

29

Aircraft bolts, screws and nuts are threaded in 

1. American National Course

2. American National Fine

3. American Standard Unified Course

4. American Standard Unified Fine

30

The 5 classes of fits for threads 

1. Class 1- loose fit

2. Class 2- freee fit

3. Class 3- medium fit

4. Class 4- close fit

5. Class 5- tight fit