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A320 FUEL Y HYDRAULICS SYSTEM

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Título del test:
A320 FUEL Y HYDRAULICS SYSTEM

Descripción:
FUEL Y HYDRAULICS SYSTEM

Autor:
walter Moreira
(Otros tests del mismo autor)

Fecha de Creación:
16/02/2014

Categoría:
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Número preguntas: 49
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1.- During normal operations when should the fuel transfer valves open? A.- When a low level is sensed in the center tank. B.- When a low level is sensed in either outer wing cell. C.- When low level is sensed in either inner wing cell.
2.- With fuel in the center tank the CTR TK MODE SEL push button selected to AUTO and CTR TK PUMP push buttons ON (lights out), which of the following conditions cause the center tank fuel pumps to stop? A.- Extension of the slats (after completion of the short test cycle). B.- Anytime the slats are extended or an overfill condition is detected in either wing inner cell. C.- For a short test period after the first Engine Master is selected "ON" when the slats are extended.
3.- With fuel in the center tank, the CTR TK MODE SEL push button selected to AUTO and the CTR TK PUMP push buttons ON (lights out), the center tank pumps: A.- Will operate for a short period after the first engine MASTER switch is selected ON and while slats are retracted. B.- They will continue to run until the center tank is empty or slats are extended. C.- Both are correct.
4.- After engine start, center tank fuel pumps run for _______ minutes regardless of slat position. A.- 1 minute. B.- 2 minutes. C.- 3 minutes. D.- 5 minutes.
5.- Why do the center tank pups stop automatically when then slats are extended for takeoff? A.- To keep the center of gravity as low as possible. B.- Dumping takeoff, the center tank fuel is pumped to the rear to trim aricraft. C.- To ensure that the engines are fed from the wing tanks for takeoff (feeding segregation). D.- During takeoff, the center tank fuel is gravity fed only.
6.- What is the minimum fuel quantity for takeoff? A.- 1,000 kg. B.- 1,200 kg. C.- 1,500 kg. D.- 2,000 kg.
7.- From which tanks will fuel gravity feed? A.- Outer cell of the wing tanks, inner cell of the wing tanks, and/or center tank. B.- Inner cell of the wing tanks, and center tank. C.- Outer cell of the wing tanks, and inner cell of the wing tanks. D.- The center tank only.
8.- Center tank pumps do not stop 5 min after center tank low level reached. Where we can see that. A.- Yes, only on the refueling panel. B.- It is not possible to determine their position. C.- Only on the ECAM Fuel page.
9.- The message CTR TK FEEDG appears in the MEMO. What does this mean A.- The center tank fuel mode selector is OFF. B.- The center tank pumps are OFF. C.- At least one center tank pump is energized. D.- A reminder to switch the center tank pumps OFF.
10.- Fuel transfer from the outer compartment to the inner compartment of the wing tanks occurs when the inner compartment quantity decreases to: A.- 250 kilograms. B.- 450 kilograms. C.- 750 kilograms. D.- 5000 kilograms.
11.- The Fuel Used indication on ECAM is reset: A.- Manually by the pilot. B.- Automatically at engine start on the ground. C.- Automatically at electric power up of the aircraft.
12.- There are ________ fuel pumps in each A-320 fuel tank. A.- 1 B.- 2 C.- 3.
13.- Gravity feed to the engines is enabled from: A.- The wing and center tanks. B.- The center tank only. C.- The wing tanks only.
14.- Can the position of the wing fuel transfer valves be checked? A.- Yes, only on the refueling panel. B.- It is not possible to determine their position. C.- Only on the ECAM Fuel page. D.- None of the above.
15.- With the center tank pump mode SEL switch in AUTO, the center tank pumps: A.- Run for two minutes after both engines are running. B.- Will not restart until slats are retracted in flight. C.- Continue to run until five minutes after the center tank is empty. D.- All the above.
16.- Fuel can be transferred from tank to tank: A.- Only on the ground. B.- In flight if the fuel X FEED push button is selected OPEN. C.- In flight if the fuel X FEED push button is selected OPEN and center tank MODE SEL push button is selected to MAN. D.- Fuel can never be transferred.
17.- The Fuel used indication on ECAM is reset: A.- Manually by the pilot. B.- Automatically at engine start on the ground. C.- Automatically at electric power up of the aircraft.
18.- The fuel quantity indication on ECAM for the outer cell is boxed amber if: A.- An outer fuel tank low level is detected. B.- Outer cell fuel temperature is high. C.- Both transfer valves fail to open when inner fuel tank is at low level.
19.- An amber line appears across the last two digits of the ECAM FOB indication when: A.- Fuel quantity is unreliable. B.- The center tank pumps are switched off. C.- The center tank pumps have failed.
20.- The APU fuel system: A.- Obtains fuel from either center tank pump. B.- Uses it\'s own dedicated DC powered fuel pump. C.- Obtains fuel from the left fuel manifold via the left side fuel pumps or if needed, the APU fuel pumps. D.- Obtains fuel from the left fuel manifold via the right side fuel pumps.
21.- With the center tank pump mode SEL switch in AUTO; the center tank pumps: A.- Run for two minutes after both engines are running. B.- Will not restart until slats are retracted in flight. C.- They stop automatically 5 minutes after center tank low level is reached. D.- All the above.
22.- Fuel transfer from the outer compartment to the inner compartment of the wing tanks occurs when the inner compartment quantity decreases to: A.- 250 Kilograms. B.- 450 Kilograms. C.- 750 Kilograms. D.- 5000 Kilograms.
23.- What indication will you see on the overhead fuel panel if the center tank has more than 250 kilograms of fuel and the left or right wing tank have less than 5,000 kilograms. A.- Auto feed fault. B.- Fuel imbalance. C.- Mode select fault. D.- Fuel Auto feed fault.
24.- The wing fuel transfer valves are: A.- Manually controlled and open when the MODE SEL push button is selected to MAN. B.- Are electrically held closed. C.- Open automatically at the start of refuelling. D.- Automatically close if a low level is sensed in either main wing tank, they automatically close at the next fuelling.
25.- After engine shutdown, what are your actions to close the fuel transfer valves? A.- You have to switch the inner tank pumps off. B.- You have to call maintenance to close the valves. C.- No action is required. The valves will close automatically during the next refuelling.
26.- How has the fuel been transferred from the outer to the inner tanks? A.- By setting the MODE SEL pushbutton to MAN. B.- The transfer valve has been opened automatically by the low lever sensor in the center tanks. C.- By setting the MODE SEL PB to AUTO. D.- The transfer valve has been opened automatically be the low level sensor in the inner tank.
27.- The message OUTER TK FUEL XTRD appears in the MEMO? A.- It is a reminder to show that a transfer valve is open. B.- Fuel is transferring from the center tank to the inner tank. C.- It is a reminder to open the outer tank transfer valve. D.- Fuel is transferring from the inner tank to the outer tank.
1.- To extend the landing gear with the Gravity Extension Handcrank requires ______ turns of the handle. A.- 3 counter-clockwise. B.- 2 counter-clockwise. C.- 3 clockwise.
2.- The maximum degrees of nosewheel steering available when using the handwheel is _____. A.- +/-60. B.- +/-75. C.- +/-95. D.- +/-105.
3.- The green DECEL light on the Autobrake switch illuminates when the actual airplane deceleration corresponds to ______ % of the selected rate. A.- 80 B.- 95 C.- 100 D.- 110.
4.- The brakes pressure indication on TRIPLE PRESSURE INDICATOR reads which system pressure? A.- Yellow. B.- Blue. C.- Green.
5.- Which hydraulic systems have engine driven pumps? A.- Green and blue. B.- Green and yellow. C.- Blue and yellow.
6.- Fluid can be transferred between hydraulic systems. A.- True. B.- False.
7.- Which hydraulic systems have engine driven pumps? A.- Green and blue. B.- Green and yellow. C.- Blue and yellow.
8.- The RAT pressurizes the Blue hydraulic system to approximately _____ psi. A.- 1500 B.- 2500 C.- 3000.
9.- The PTU is automatically activated when the differential pump pressure output between the ________ and _______ systems is greater than __________ psi. A.- Blue, yellow, 1000. B.- Green, yellow, 500. C.- Green, yellow, 1000.
10.- The PTU Fault light illuminates when the: A.- PTU is inoperative. B.- Green or yellow reservoir has low air pressure. C.- PTU pump has overheated.
11.- The A-320's three hydraulic systems are normally pressurized by: A.- Two engine driven pumps and one elecrectric pump. B.- Two electric pumps and one PTU. C.- Two electric pumps and one engine driven pump. D.- One electric pump and one engine driven pump.
12.- For hydraulic system malfunctions, when will the RAT deploy? A.- Automatically with the failure of both the green and blue hydraulic systems. B.- Automatically with the failure of both the green and yellow hydraulic systems. C.- Only when the guarded RAT MAN ON push button is selected by the crew. D.- When airspeed drops below 100 knots with the gear up.
13.- When will the yellow system electric pump operate? (AC power is available). A.- During the second engine start. B.- When the first engine MASTER switch is moved to the ON position. C.- If any N2 RPM is less than 45%. D.- When the yellow electric system ELEC PUMP push button is selected to ON or the ground crew activates a cargo door switch.
14.- When using the alternate brake system on accumulator pressure only; the accumulator supplies: A.- Partial brakes. B.- At least seven full brake applications. C.- Alternate brakes with antiskid.
15.- After extending the RAT, is it possible to check it's position and status? A.- Check to see if the blue system ELEC PUMP FAULT light is not illuminated. B.- Yes, select the ECAM ELEC PAGE. C.- No. D.- Yes, select the ECAM HYD page.
16.- It is possible to pressurize the green hydraulic system on the ground via the PTU when the parking brake is set. A.- True. B.- False.
17.- The Eng Pump Fault light extinguishes when the engine pump switch is selected to off except for: A.- Reservoir low level. B.- Pump low pressure. C.- An overheat.
18.- With the airplane on the ground and the blue electric pump switch in AUTO; the blue pump will be energized when: A.- One engine is running. B.- The BLUE PUMP OVRD switch has been pressed. C.- First two statements are correct.
19.- The _______ hydraulic system provides power for gear extension/retraction. A.- Yellow. B.- Blue. C.- Green.
20.- As long as the landing gear lever is up a hydraulic safety valve closes to cut off the hydraulic supply to the gear when the airspeed is: A.- Greater than 260 Kias. B.- Greater than 230 Kias. C.- Less than 260 Kias. D.- Less than 230 Kias.
21.- Auto braking is initiated by: A.- Strut compression. B.- Reverser action. C.- Ground spoiler extension command.
22.- How many pumps have the yellow system to provide pressure (not counting the PTU)? A.- 1 B.- 2 C.- 3 D.- 4.
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