Ground School Final Exam - Answers

  1. The zone requiring the coolest air input temperature
  2. Compressor discharge temperature greater than 218 C, ACM outlet temperature more than 85 C and improprer sequencing of the Bypass Valve and Inley and/or Exit Door.
  3. In the MAN position
  4. Smoke is present in the equipment cooling exhaust ducting.
  5. Prevent the aircraft from landing pressurized.
  6. Auto, Man L and Man R.
  7. The Outflow Valves move toward closed.
  8. When Duct Pressure falls below 8 psi.
  9. Only during Autoland operation.
  10. More than 10 knots deviation from the selected Autothrottle speed.
  11. The associated system is armed for localizer capture.
  12. 50 feet AGL
  13. From No. 1 INS only
  14. Command or Manual
  15. External power, APU generators, 4 engine driven generators
  16. Only on the ground by maintenance action
  17. CSD RPM and PMG voltage indications for the selected generator
  18. Battery Bus, Standby DC Bus and the Static Inverter which powers the Standby AC Bus.
  19. The Static Inverter is turned on by the Battery Bus and powers Standby AC Bus, Essential AC and DC Buses are disconnected from Standby AC and DC buses.
  20. No. 4 AC Bus
  21. De-energize the Battery Bus
  22. No. 4 AC Bus is lost.
  23. 81 KW in total.
  24. By KW oscillation between paralleled generators.
  25. A Generator Breaker tripped and would not reset.
  26. The engine need not be shut down provided the CSD oil temperature does not exceed the red radial with the Generator Field Tripped.
  27. Open
  28. GCR and GCB in that Generator Channel
  29. Only engine generators can be paralleled.
  30. When the APU is cranking or the APU Battery overheats.
  31. Either External Power, APU Generator No. 1 or 2, or the Engine Generators.
  32. By placing the IND LIGHTS switch to TEST.
  33. When the passenger oxygen distribution system is pressurized.
  34. Adjust with Storm, Panel and Dome Lights OFF.
  35. Either automatically or electrically.
  36. A constant flow of 100% oxygen under pressure.
  37. Below and aft of the Main Electronic Equipment Compartment access door.
  38. On the right hand side of the engine pylon.
  39. Arms Fire Extinguisher Discharge Switch, Closes Fuel Shutoff Valve, Depressurizes the Engine Driven Hyrdaulic Pumps (EDP), Trips the Field Relay and Closes the Bleed Air Valve.
  40. The associated engine fire extinguisher squibs are operative.
  41. A Fire and a Fault Warning.
  42. Four Engine Fire Switches illuminate red, Two Master Fire Warning Lights illuminate red, an aural Fire Warning Bell sounds and all eight Nacelle Temperature Indicators rise to the red band.
  43. True.
  44. When the smoke has cleared from the Smoke Detector.
  45. True.
  46. Ailerons, Elevators, Rudders and Spoiler 5, 6, 7 & 8.