Download HVAC Quiz apk 1.7 free for Android smartphone

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Posted by MazApps in Education | Sept. 17, 2016 | 40 Comments

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HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. HVAC systems give comfort environment condition to you. No one can deny the importance of HVAC in our makes possible to live in any climatic condition.

In terms of technology, the key elements that provide the fundamentals of heat and fresh air are the systems for heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

This app will cover all the major areas of Air Conditioning, from basic knowledge to advance. Maintenance, Operation and designing in coming versions.

Some key features of HVAC Quiz:
* There are various levels, from easy to difficult
* Question will be repeated in the session till you give the right answer.
* Each level have different target score, lower the level lower the target.
* There are three chances to miss the right answer to achieve your target score.
* If you could not achieved your target after losing three chances your score will become zero.
* You can keep on trying till you achieve your target and reach to the next level.

There are some Questions as below:

One BTU is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of:

Option -1 one pound of water one-degree Fahrenheit
Option -2 one gallon of water one-degree Fahrenheit
Option -3 one pound of ice one-degree Fahrenheit.
Option -4 one gallon of water eight degrees Fahrenheit.

An over-sized heating and cooling system can cause the following?

Option -1 Operating cost and relative humidity in the structure will decrease significantly.
Option -2 Moisture damage to a furnace heat exchanger and inadequate humidity removal during cooling cycles.
Option -3 The structure will develop low humidity levels in the cooling season and high humidity in the winter.
Option -4 Equipment will last longer and require less energy to operate due to the shorter run time.

Water is considered a refrigerant. What is its name?

Option -1 R-401
Option -2 R-718
Option -3 R-170
Option -4 R-1270

The essential parameters to estimate cooling load from air side across an air handling

Option -1 Flow rate
Option -2 Dry bulb temperature
Option -3 RH% or wet bulb temperature
Option -4 All of the above

Q.Metering device:
Option -1 changes as high pressure vapor to high pressure liquid
Option -2 changes a low pressure vapor to a low pressure liquid
Option -3 changes a high pressure liquid to low pressure liquid
Option -4 changes low pressure vapor to high pressure vapor

Which of the following statement is wrong?

Option -1 The heat transfer in liquid and gases takes place according to convection.
Option -2 The amount of heat flow through a body is dependent upon the material of the body.
Option -3 The thermal conductivity of solid metals increases with rise in temperature.
Option -4 Logarithmic mean temperature difference is not equal to the arithmetic mean temperature difference.

Which of the following statement is correct?

Option -1 The human body can lose heat even if its temperature is less than the atmospheric temperature.
Option -2 The increase in air movement increases the evaporation from the human body.
Option -3 The warm air increases the rate of radiation of heat from the human body.
Option -4 both (1 and 2)

Note: If you have your own questions and answers, we can add in this quiz to the benefits of others.

Whats new

    Correct answer will appear if wrong answer is selected.(it is optional)

MazApps part of our Education and have average installs from 50000 to 100000. Last Update Sept. 17, 2016. Google play rating is 80.5844. Current verison is 1.7. Actual size 3.6 MB.

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muhammad furqan

Hvac quaiz It is fabulous it would bring bat to improve knowledge as well as fun

A Ghani Naser

Good for learning

Richard Webb

Useful for revision but the grammar is horrendous.

Jason Thornberry

Not meant for laws in USA This is obviously for a country other than the US... the English translations are not the greatest and the answers are not current with the Montreal protocols.

Scott Dunn

Wrong state laws for me. And wrong refrigerant for me all I see is r22 or 410a in Texas. My thing is all that is on the real test and I'm never going to use half that stuff. Residential hvac

Johnny Gartrell

Hvac Very informative

Khalid Khan

I learned lot of New concepts with this app.

Gerald Padgett

It's a little out of date

Paul Deakin

Good idea but poorly executed! Some terrible grammar and spelling in areas meaning some of the questions don't make sense. With a little work it could be decent though!

marty maness

Wtf? Poorly worded questions. Poorly chosen questions. The hvac lingo is way off.

Chuck Brookshear

Wrong mathematical relationship between voltage and current. This type of error in basic content is not acceptable.

adeel rehman

Great Good way to learn easily.. I like it really

ian borgen

Seems rather third world And outdated

Johnz Mbatha

Hvac Nice one

Jay Blood

Great! Love it absolutely love it..I want to recommend this app to anybody who wants a career in hvac

Murali reddy

Good one

Bushra Hammad

Really informative and good app

Wan Zaa

Good Awesome

zachary rafferty

This app doesn't even know how a compressor works

josh Salazar

Nice way to knowledge check I picked this up as I just finished a course in hvac studies. Seems a nice way to check myself. There is a bug though. If you get a correct answer, you can uncheck and recheck over and over to get the points needed to get to the next level.

Shanon Catsicas

Hopeless Broken english, wrong answers etc. Very poor app. Don't bother downloading

Pablo Hernandez

Great Great app for refreshing knowledge

Luciano Di Biase

Good practice Level 3 is not aligned. Page is squished

Jeff Hopper

Not really sure why people are giving this app 1 star I think it's great it's pretty much everything I have learned at school for hvac

Marphisa Martin

Very useful app ..keep the good work guys :)

Sean Ross

I love this game. It can make me challenge if I play this game. This is for genius and thinker. Love it

Gregory Smith

I hold a Maryland Master hvac license and I think is app is one of the best I have ran across to keep your mind sharp, and the app is free.

Raymond Campbell

I cannot put it down once I start playing.

Beaufort Jackso

Awesome way to test your knowledge and learn at the same time

Dannifer Reformado

Nice app Good work developer. This app is very helpful... Keep it up...

Jayamangala Channa Wickremaratne

Supervisor It is helpfull

Merle Terry

Love the game challenging and fun

Ken Johnson

Really How are you supposed to learn this bullshit when all the answers givin are wrong?

sabari velan.s

good nice aps to learn basics

Thomas Styers

Crap app It doesn't tell you the answer after getting it wrong. Repeats question with different sentences. Smart app created by stupid people. They should pay me a dollar for wasting my time.

Will Girdlestone

Not suitable for City & Guilds standard The questions are worded poorly and unclear, alot are irrelivant. They app only seems to believe in R134a, which is worrying. Afew bits are intresting, but for anyone new to hvac or now studying it. Stay well away.

Luke McIntyre

Wording and sentencing structure The idea of the questions is there. But you need to fix up the wording of questions. "Very wet" isn't a good answer for saturated liquid vapour.

Sean AK

Who made this There are some pretty obscure questions and some very specific questions which you won't know

John Bir

Dangerously incorrect information I have worked in the HVACR trade for 45 years and taught HVACR classes at a community college for 17 years. Much of the information in this app is irrelevant at best and absolutely wrong at worst. The author obviously has no personal experience or training in the HVACR field.

William Campbell

Crap This app seems to be made by a homeowner that has no hvac experience other then what they got off the internet. One of the questions is using Celsius instead of farinhiet, really! Know your info before you go and make an app like this.

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