Type
Crossword
Description

happens as a result consequence
operated by fluid pressure hydraulic
causing to exist or continue maintenance
slide on the road hydroplane
add water hydrate
state of being awake consciousness
remove water dehydrdate
pipe near the street hydrant
different feelings at the same time ambivalence
strongly felt fondness

Earth´s Layers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cracks in the Earth´s crust Fault
Thickest layer of Earth Mantle
Thinnest layer of Earth Crust
The uppermost part of the mantle Lithosphere
The layer with the most pressure in it Inner Core
The study of planet Earth Geology
The seven great landmasses on Earth Continents
Energy movement to warm to cool object Heat Transfer
Energy transfer through empty space Radiation
Heat transfer by direct particle contact Conduction
Measure of how much mass is in a volume of a substance Density
Heat transfer by movement in fluid Convection
Flow that transfers heat within a fluid Convection Currents
Another name for the ¨supercontinent¨ Pangaea
Process that continually adds material to the ocean floor Sea-floor spreading
Pieces of the lithosphere that have broken into several sections Plates
A place where plates slide past each other Transform boundary
A place where two plates move apart divergent boundary
A place where two plates converge Convergent boundary
A deep valley rift valley

Lockout Tagout Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The control of hazardous energy. LOTO
Title of the employee who locks or tags machines or equipment in order to perform servicing or maintenance. Authorized
Source of energy with suspended parts or springs. Mechanical
Source of energy by oil or water pressure. Hydraulic
Lockout tagout involves the use of a specific lock or locks to ____ equipment from all energy sources. Isolate
Locks, tags and isolating devices must not be used for other purposes. True
A completed tag should have a _____ and reason why the equipment is down. Name
____ by themselves, may only be used when locks cannot be used and when the employer can demonstrate that a tagout system will provide full employee protection. Tags
When implementing lockout tagout, ____ all affected employees in the work area. Notify
How do you insure that all the energy and hazard sources are off? Test
____ authorized employee must affix a personal lockout or tagout device to the machine or equipment when work begins and remove it when work is completed. Each
The municipality must ensure that the _____ employee knows when their lockout device has been removed before they resume work at the facility. Authorized
Never attempt a LOTO procedure unless you have been _____. Trained
____ remove a tagout device unless authorized. Never
Lockout tagout does not apply when a person has ____ control of the plug while doing the work. Exclusive

Brakes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An automatic system that applies brake pressure, then releases, the applies in a rapid, pulsating fashion repeatedly. ABS
Flat metal plate inside the brake drum on which the brake shoes, wheel cylinders, and other brake parts are mounted Backing Plate
A screw valve designed with a hollow center to allow fluid to be bled through it bleeder screw
Steel tubing that delivers brake fluid under high pressure from the master cylinder to the brake hose at each wheel brake lines
Found only on disc barkes, houses piston which uses the force of hydraulic brake fluid to squeeze brake pads against the roter caliper
A rubber seal on a disc brake caliper which prevents moisture and other debree from entering the cylinder area where the piston compresses the brake fluid dust boot
A mechanial back-up system that will activate rear brakes should all hydraulic operation somehow fail emergency brake
When brake pad or shoe grip diminishes beacuse brake components have been overheated Brake fade
The ability to absorb fluids hygroscopic
A safetly valve that monitors whether fluid pressure is equal in both seperate brake system circuits pressure differential valve
A type of disc brake caliper where the housing is designed to slide on the guide pins from side to side over the brake rotor floating caliper
A disc brake rotor with cooling fins between its faces vented rotor
Unit in a power brake system that multiplies the force exerted on the brake pedal to the master cylinder vacuum booster
Components in a drum brake setup with two piston that extend outward as the brake fluid pressure increases Master cylinder
A special measuring tool with a gauge indicator that can be used to check rotor runout and wheel bearing play. dial indicator
A brake design that provides servo action regardless of which way the drum is turning (forward or reverse). duo servo
A method of bleeding the brakes that allows fluid to dribble out of the open bleeder screws by gravity. It's a slow process and rarely used except in applications that require it because of metering valve arrangements that prevent normal manual or power bleeding procedures. gravity bleeding
Hardware in a drum brake system that holds the shoes to the backing plate. hold down springs
The amount of sideways variation in the movement of a brake rotor or wheel. Lateral runout can be checked by positioning a dial indicator against the rotor and then turning the rotor. The amount of runout can then compared to specs to determine if the rotor needs to be resurfaced or replaced. lateral runout
Refers to variations in the thickness of the rotor, or the parallel alignment of the two surfaces of the rotor. Parallelism is checked with a micrometer at six or more different points around the circumference of the rotor. If the thickness varies more than the specs allow, the rotor must be resurfaced or replaced. parallelism
A threaded adjuster mechanism in a drum brake that moves the brake shoes further apart so the linings will be closer to the drums. star wheel adjuster

Driving In Adverse Conditions Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The action of of a vehicle's rear end sliding out to a side is called a... fishtail
Reducing your speed as quickly as possible while maintaining steering control of your vehicle. controlled braking
Driving at a speed that makes your stopping distance longer than the distance lighted by your headlights. overdriving headlights
When a tire looses road contact by rising up on top of water ad no longer has contact with the road. hydroplanning
When your front wheels do not have enough traction for your vehicle to turn. understeer situation
is a technique that can be used to move your vehicle out of deep snow. (Reverse, Forward,Reverse, Forward) rocking
A result when a car looses part or all of its grip on the road. skid
If you are stuck in snow with your engine running, make sure that your ______ _______ is not blocked. exhaust pipe
A skid situation in which a vehicle's rear end tends to slip out. oversteer situation
use low beam lights in ______ ______ bad weather

Engineer Types Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Works in building Space and Air Vehicles Aerospace
Works with doctors to build equipment for clinical problems Biomedical
Works on building buildings, bridges, roads, canals and dams Civil
A engineer that designs things Design
Works with the study of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism Electrical
Works with food Food
Works with the environment to make better exploration items Geological
Works with the mechanical properties of liquids or fluids Hydraulics
Works with ways to eliminate waste of time, money, materials, man hours, and other resources Industrial
Works with Java coding Java
Works with kinetic energy Kinetic
Works with lighting and electricity Lighting
Works with science, math, physics and engineering to make mechanical objects Mechanical
Works with Naval Equipment Naval
Works with Oil to create better equipment to acquire Oil Oil
Works with Physics, relative to most other Engineer Jobs Physics
Works with the quality of items Quality
Works with robots and mechanical Robotics
Works with coding and creating software Software
Works with telecom communication Telecom
Works with utilities Utilities
Works with better equipment for Vets Veterinarian
Works with warter Water
Works with x-ray mechanics Xray
Work with the amount of stress an item will take until it deforms plastically Yield
Works with animals and their equipment Zoologist

The Giver vocabulary crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To mock something or someone Jeering
To exacute something very carefully and with great quality Precision
To be unsure (or nervous) about something Apprehensive
To have the property of being stuck ( the abbility to stick) Adherence
To be gentle and kind Benign
To punish chastise
takeing care of something and helping it grow Nurturing
Naturel ability Aptitude
Full of ( positive) energy Exuberant
To be upset about something Anguish
Out-dated Obsolete
A warning for doing something Admonition
A quality someone possesses Attribute
To be releaved of a duty Exempted
To be aware/ awake Consciousness
Filled with something or penatrated (ex. sponge and water) Permeated
To have Responded to something Reacted
something extreme Excruciating
To express sorrow Rueful
A general idea Concept
To break a rule Violation
Something traditional Customary
To be tired or weak Languid
To be confused or stressed Frazzled
Bad events/ risks Perils
To continue to do something without stopping Relentless
Something that has been added on is something ______________ Augmented
Extremely tired Exhausted
something difficult to carry out is something _____________ Burdensome
Something teasing in a good way Tantalizing

Happy Hydration Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The feeling of wanting water thirst
Joy happy
A state in which your body needs more fluids dehydration
A food group with a large water content fruit
Taking fluids in by mouth drink
A state in which your body has adequate fluids hydration
Potassium and sodium are examples of electrolytes
Water, tea, and juice are examples of fluids
You should drink 8 glasses of this daily water
Salt sodium
Eating a nutritious diet and drinking plenty of fluids will help you stay healthy

Cooling Systems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Water and Antifreeze makes Coolant
Allows engine to get to operating temperature Thermostat
Circulates Coolant Waterpump
Allows air to remove heat via radiation Radiator
Passages that hold coolant in Engine Block Waterjackets
Controls when the electric fan turns on Sensor
Controls pressure in system Radiatorcap
Allows coolant to flow between engine and radiator hoses
Sits in bottom tank of radiator to cool auto transmission fluid heatexchanger
displays temperature in dash gauge
holds coolant that has flowed out due to high pressure expansiontank
can be belt driven or electric fan
directs air through the radiator and protects fan shroud
blocks air flow in cold climate shutter
controls and directs air flow in cold climates blinds
raw water system is also called an .... system open
increasing pressure in a cooling system raises coolants boilingpoint
the thermostat opens by heating a ... element wax

Root Week 23 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to ride on the surface of the water without control hydroplane
to add water or moisture to something hydrate
the growing of plants in water hydroponic
growing or living in water aquatic
a pipe or channel that carries water aqueduct
a layer of rock or sand that can absorb and hold water aquifer
the blue-green color of water aquamarine
in engineering, the use of water to create power hydraulic
a bowl, tank, or pool that contains aquatic life aquarium
a constellation pictured as a man carrying water Aquarius
water aqu/hydra/hydro

Just Add Water Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A channel that has been builr to carry water over long distances. aqueduct
Related to elcectrioty that is made from the energy of falling water. hydroelectric
Realted to the sea; exiting in or produce by the sea. marine
A glass thank or bowl in which fish or other aquatic animals live. aquarium
a small haber where small boats can dock. marina
An upright pipe with a spout, usally on the street for drawing ater from a main pipe. hydrat
An uderground layer of rock that water continually moves through. aquifer
To lose water or moisture: to become dry. dehydrate
On or near the sea. maritime
Living or taking place in water. aqyatic