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A 320 FLIGHT CONTROL

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Título del test:
A 320 FLIGHT CONTROL

Descripción:
FLIGHT CONTROL

Autor:
Walter Moreira
(Otros tests del mismo autor)

Fecha de Creación:
17/02/2014

Categoría:
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Número preguntas: 67
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Temario:
1.- Which of the following will automatically reset after landing? A.- THS. B.- Rudder trim. C.- Both are correct.
2.- The spoiler panels are the only flight control surfaces with no redundant control. A.- True. B.- False.
3.- Which of the following statements is correct concerning the elevator aileron computers (ELAC's)? A.- Three computers which achieve normal elevator, stabilizer, and aileron control. B.- Two computers which achieve normal elevator and aileron control. C.- Two computers which achieve normal and standby control of the elevators, ailerons, ands THS.
4.- When the landing gear is extended, pitch alternate law: A.- Remains the same. B.- Degrades to pitch direct law. C.- Degrades to pitch backup law.
5.- Is there any rudder pedal feedback for the yaw damping and turn coordination functions? A.- Yes. B.- No.
6.- What are the rudder trim rates? A.- A/P on - 5 deg/sec, A/P off - 1 deg/sec. B.- A/P on - 2 1/5 deg/sec, A/P off - 5 deg/sec. C.- A/P on - 3 deg/sec, A/P off - 6 deg/sec. D.- A/P on - 5 deg/sec, A/P off - 6 deg/sec.
7.- The wing tip brakes, once activated: A.- Lock both the slats and flaps in their current position. B.- Lock only the flaps in their current position. C.- Lock only the slats in their current position. D.- Lock only the affected high lift system surfaces with in their current position.
8.- In Normal Law, what are the limits of Pitch Attitude protections with flaps Full A.- 30° nose up. B.- 35° nose up progressively reduced to 20°. C.- 25° nose up, progressively reduced to 20° at low speed. D.- There is no limit.
9.- The FAC's primarily control which control surface? A.- Elevator. B.- Rudder. C.- Aileron. D.- Elevator and aileron.
10.- What happens to the rudder limits if both FAC's fault? A.- The limit freezes at the fault condition until Flaps 1 is selected. B.- The limit freezes at the fault condition until Flaps 5 is selected. C.- The limit freezes at the fault condition until Flaps 1 is selected. Then resets to the low speed limits for increased control.
11.- With the aircraft in Pitch Alternate Law, roll is in _______ Law. A.- Direct. B.- Normal. C.- Alternate.
12.- What condition will cause auto flap retraction? A.- Exceed 210 kts at Flaps 1. B.- Exceed 190 kt at Flaps 1. C.- Exceed 195 kt at Flaps 1. D.- Exceed 190 kt with Flaps 1 white extending the speedbrake lever.
13.- The FLAP lever sends signal to Slat Flap Control Computer (SFCC) to command movement. A.- True. B.- False.
14.- Selection of flaps 1 in flight will select which of the following configurations? A.- Slats 1 and flaps 1 (1+F). B.- Slats 0 and flaps 1 (0+F). C.- Slats 1 and flaps 0 (1). D.- Slats 1 and flaps 5 (1+F).
15.- Which of the following controls and monitors flaps and slats? A.- Two ELAC's. B.- Wing tip brakes. C.- One slat flap control computer (SFCC). D.- Two slat flap control computer (SFCC's).
16.- Can you manually trim the rudder with the autopilot engaged? A.- Yes. B.- No.
17.- The Ground Mode is different in Alternative Law. A.- True. B.- False.
18.- What control surfaces do the FACs control? A.- The elevators. B.- The spoilers. C.- The rudder. D.- All the above.
19.- If angle of attack protection is active or flaps are in the configuration Full: A.- Speed brake extension is inhibited. B.- Aileron travel is reduced. C.- Speed brake extension travel is reduced.
20.- Automatic pitch trim is inhibited when: A.- Radio altitude is below 50 feet (100 feet with autopilot coupled). B.- Bank angle is greater than 33 degrees. C.- Load factor is less than 1G. D.- Both A and B.
21.- In pich normal law, the elevator control changes from the normal mode to a protection mode when the angle of attack is greater than: A.- Alpha Max. B.- Alpha Prot. C.- Alpha Floor.
22.- Roll control in NORMAL LAW is achieved with: A.- Ailerons and spoilers. B.- Ailerons, spoilers, and rudder. C.- Ailerons, spoilers 2-5, and rudder.
23.- When ground spoilers deploy automatically: A.- All ten-spoiler panels fully deploy. B.- Four spoiler panels on each wing deploy. C.- All ten-spoiler panels deploy half way. D.- Six spoiler panels on each wing deploy.
24.- Selection of flaps 1 in flight will select which of the following configurations? A.- Slats 1 and flaps 1 (1+F). B.- Slats 0 and flaps 1 (0+F). C.- Slats 1 and flaps 0 (1). D.- Slats 1 and flaps 5 (1+F).
25.- When the landing gear is extended, pitch alternate law: A.- Remains the same. B.- Degrades to pitch direct law. C.- Degrades to pitch backup law.
26.- The A-320 flight control sufaces are _______ controlled and _______ actuated. A.- Electrically, hydraulically. B.- Mechanically, hydraulically. C.- Electrically, electrically.
27.- Sidesticks provide electrical signals to the flight control computers, if both sidesticks are operated: A.- The inputs cancel each other. B.- Both inputs are algebraically added. C.- The F/O input is overridden by the CAP input.
28.- Roll control is achieved by: A.- Ailerons. B.- Ailerons and rudder. C.- One aileron and four spoilers on each wing.
29.- When the flaps are extended, the ailerons: A.- Go to the centering mode. B.- Pich up 5 degrees. C.- Droop 5 degrees.
30.- If electrical power to a SEC fails: A.- The affected spoilers automatically retracts. B.- All spoilers automatically retract. C.- The affected spoilers remains in the last commanded position.
31.- Should the active elevator actuator fail, elevator control is: A.- Lost. B.- Maintained by the other actuator. C.- Reduced.
32.- Horizontal stabilizer trim automatically resets to zero degrees after landing. A.- True. B.- False.
33.- In Pich Normal Law Flight Mode, pitch trim is: A.- Manual without the autopilot engaged. B.- Automatic as long as the autopilot is engaged. C.- Automatic with or without the autopilot engaged.
34.- In normal law, what is the maximum bank angle you can reach with the side stick fully deflected? A.- 33°. B.- 49°. C.- 67°. D.- 70°.
35.- Selection of flaps one prior to takeoff will select which of the following? A.- Slats 1 and flaps 1 (1+F). B.- Slats 0 and flaps 1 (0+F). C.- Slats 1 and flaps 0 (1). D.- Slats 1 and flaps 5 (1).
36.- Two control surfaces that have mechanical backup are: A.- Elevator and rudder. B.- Horizontal stabilizer and rudder. C.- Speed brakes and rudder.
37.- Mechanically backup control surfaces: A.- Are mechanically connected to the cockpit controls and do not require hydraulic power. B.- Require hydraulic power for actuation. C.- None of the above.
38.- Which of the following statements are correct concerning the side stick takeover push button? A.- If the takeover push button is depressed for more than 40 seconds, the onside system will retain priority after the push button is released. B.- The last pilot to depress the push button has priority. C.- Both A and B. D.- None of the above.
39.- Four hydraulically operated wing tip brakes are installed to lock the flaps or slats in case of: A.- Asymmetry and overspeed. B.- Symmetrical runaway. C.- Uncommanded movement of the surfaces. D.- All the above.
40.- While on the ground in Roll Normal Law there is a direct relationship between sidestick deflection and the corresponding aileron and spoiler deflection. A.- True. B.- False.
41.- TOGA thrust is provided regardless of throttle position when ________ engages the A/THR system. A.- Alpha Max. B.- Alpha Prot. C.- Alpha Floor.
42.- To select speed brakes inflight: A.- Push down on the speed brake handle and move it forward. B.- Push down on the speed brake handle and move it aft. C.- Pull up on the speed brake handle and move it aft.
43.- What computer normally commands the operation of the elevators and horizontal stabilizer? A.- SEC 1. B.- FAC 1. C.- ELAC 2.
44.- In the event of a complete loss of electrical flight control signals, the airplane reverts to a _________ mode. A.- Mechanical. B.- Alternate Law. C.- Abnormal Attitude law.
47.- The message WING TIP BRK ON appears on the E/WD. What does it mean? A.- A hydraulic device locks the flaps in their present position. B.- To reduce structural stress, the slats movement is being slowed down through the wing tip brakes. C.- To avoid asymmetry, the outer stlats are locked in their present position. D.- Because of the locked flaps, the wing tip brakes also lock the slats.
46.- Wich controls are used for the mechanical backup? A.- Ailerons and rudder. B.- THS and rudder. C.- Elevators and airlerons. D.- THS and elevator.
47.- The message WING TIP BRK ON appears on the E/WD. What does it mean ? A.- A hydraulic device locks the flaps in their present position. B.- To reduce structural stress, the slats movement is being slowed down through the wing tip brakes. C.- To avoid asymmetry, the outer stlats are locked in their present position. D.- Because of the locked flaps, the wing tip brakes also lock the slats.
48.- If both FAC's fail, what happens to the rudder limiter? A.- It immediately assumes the low speed position. B.- It freezes at its present position and assumes the low speed position when flaps 1 are selected. C.- Maximum rudder deflection can be obtained after slats extended. D.- Maximum rudder deflection can be obtained after flaps extended.
49.- Can the crew makes a flight control input that will over-stress the airplane in direct law? A.- No. The system is designed to avoid such an attempt. B.- Yes, there are no protections provided in direct law.
50.- When is the Flight Mode active? A.- From takeoff until landing. B.- From litoff until landing. C.- From litoff until flare mode engages at 50 ft RA. D.- From takeoff until passing 50 kts on landing (main shock absorbers depressed).
51.- FAC generated slat and flap extension, retraction, and limiting speeds are visually displayed on which of the following? A.- The MCDU perf page. B.- The lower ECAM F/CTL page. C.- Both pilot's PFD airspeed displays. D.- All of the above.
52.- Aileron droop may best be confirmed by checking which of the following? A.- The position of the ailerons on the exterior preflight inspection. B.- The lower ECAM FLT/CTL page. C.- The position of the flap handle.
53.- When do you get FLARE Mode in Alternate Law? A.- Never. It goes directly from Alternate Law to Direct Law when the gear is selected down. B.- When selecting Flaps 1. C.- At glide slope interception.
54.- Let's assume the F/O presses his takeover pushbutton and releases it after more than 40 seconds. A.- The Captain's side stick is de-activated unless he presses his takeover pushbutton. B.- The Captain is unable to re-activated his side-stick for the rest of the flight. C.- Both sticks are active. D.- The Captain's side stick is active as long as the F/O' side stick is in neutral position.
55.- What happens to high speed (VMO/MMO) when you are in Alternate Law? A.- VMO is reduced to 320 kt and MMO minus 10 kt. B.- VMO is reduced to 330 kt and MMO minus 10 kt. C.- VMO is reduced to 320 kt and MMO does not change. D.- There is no change.
56.- Can the rudders be moved with both FAC's inoperative? A.- Yes, if both FACs fail, maximum rudder deflection can be obtained when the slats are extended. B.- Yes, if both FACs fail, maximum rudder deflection can be obtained. C.- Yes, if both FACs fail, maximum rudder deflection can be obtained when the gear is extended or flaps extended at 1 minumum. D.- No.
57.- Where do the SFCCs obtain AOA and air data information from? A.- SEC. B.- ELAC. C.- ADIRU. D.- ADC.
58.- What happens if you release the stick at 40 degrees of bank? A.- The bank stays at 40°. B.- The aircraft rolls back to 25°. C.- The aircraft rolls back to 33° and resumes flight path stability. D.- The aircraft rolls back to a bank angle less than 29°.
59.- How many actuators are provided to control the ailerons and how many hydraulic sources supply these actuators? A.- 2 hydraulic sources with 4 actuators. B.- 1 hydraulic source with 2 actuators. C.- 4 hydraulic sources with 4 actuators. D.- 3 hydraulic sources with 4 actuators.
60.- The wing tip brakes are: A.- Pneumatically actuated. B.- Electric brakes. C.- Hydraulically actuated. D.- Mechanically controlled, hydraulically actuated.
61.- In normal law, if one stick is rapidly pulled full back, can the aircraft's maximum allowable G load be exceeded? A.- Yes. Rapid side stick deflection must never be made. B.- Yes, until maximum pitch attitude is reached . C.- No. At Maximum G load, the side sticks are de-activated for 5 seconds. D.- No. The load factor limitation overrides side stick commands to avoid excessive G loads.
62.- Which of the following statements are correct concerning the side stick takeover push button? A.- The last pilot to depress the push button has priority. B.- If the takeover push button is depressed for more than 40 seconds, the onside system will retain priority after the push button is released. C.- Both are correct.
63.- When is alpha floor not available? A.- Out of normal law. B.- Below 100 feet RA in landing configuration. C.- If the A/THR is deactivated or unavailable. D.- All the above.
64.- Which of the following statements is correct concerning the spoiler elevator computers (SEC's)? A.- Two computers which achieve spoiler control and standby elevator and THS control. B.- Three computers which achieve spoiler control and normal elevator and THS control. C.- Three computers which achieve spoiler control and standby elevator and THS control.
65.- What happens in the event of an single ELAC failure? A.- ELAC functions are transferred the SEC's. B.- ELAC functions are transferred the FAC's. C.- SEC functions are transferred the ELAC's. D.- The functions of the failed ELAC will be assumed by the remaining ELAC.
66.- Failure to retract the flaps after takeoff will: A.- Activate the wing tip brakes. B.- Result in automatic flap and slat retraction at 210 kts. C.- Result in automatic flap and slat retraction at 220 kts. D.- Result in automatic flap retraction at 210 kts.
67.- Turn coordination is available in Alternate Law. A.- True. B.- False.
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