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C150 ICE AND RAIN

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Título del test:
C150 ICE AND RAIN

Descripción:
Ice & rain protection

Autor:
AVATAR

Fecha de Creación:
15/02/2014

Categoría:
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Número preguntas: 30
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Temario:
1.- TAT probes are heated on the ground. A.- True. B.- False.
2.- Probe heat comes on automatically when: A.- The AC ESS bus is powered. B.- Electrical power is applied to the aircraft. C.- When at least one engine is running.
3.- On the ground the wing anti-ice valves will: A.- Open during a test sequence (30 seconds), provided pneumatic supply is available. B.- Not open at anytime. C.- Open any time the switch is pushed "ON".
4.- The FAULT light on the wing anti-ice switch indicates: A.- Anti-ice valve position disagrees with selected position. B.- Low pressure is detected. C.- Either A or B.
5.- The ECAM will display WING A. ICE when the wing anti-ice switch is on. A.- True. B.- False.
6.- The Fault light on the engine anti-ice switches indicates the valve: A.- Is closed. B.- Position disagrees with position. C.- Is open.
7.- With the loss of electrical power the engine anti-ice valves: A.- Fail in their current position. B.- Fail to the open position. C.- Fail to the closed position. D.- Fail to the mid position.
8.- When either engine anti-ice valve is open: A.- Maximum EPR is increased. B.- Minimum idle rpm is increased. C.- Minimum idle rpm is reduced.
9.- Window heat operates at what power level in flight? A.- Low. B.- High.
10.- Inflight the ____ on each wing are anti-iced with pneumatic bleed air. A.- Slats. B.- Flaps. C.- Three outboard slats.
11.- Can the wing anti-ice is tested on the ground? A.- No. B.- Yes, valves only open for 30 seconds. C.- Yes, valves stay open till selected off.
12.- When a pneumatic leak is detected, the wing anti-ice valves: A.- Close automatically. B.- Open automtically. C.- Remain in position.
13.- Probe heat comes on automatically when: A.- The AC ess bus is powered. B.- Electrical power is applied to the aircraft. C.- When at least one engine is running.
14.- On the ground the wing ant-ice valves will: A.- Open during a test sequence (30 seconds); provided pneumatic supply is available. B.- Not open at anytime. C.- Open any time the switch is pushed ON.
15.- What is the difference between the engine and wing anti-ice fault lights? A.- Both indicate valve in transit, or valve position disagrees with selected position. Wing light also could indicate low pressure. B.- Both indicate low pressure, or valve position disagrees with selected position. Wing light might indicate valve in transit. C.- Both indicate valve in transit, or low pressure, wing light also could indicate valve position disagrees with selected position. D.- Both indicate valve in transit, or overheat.
16.- With reference to the probe/window heat pushbutton, which of the following is true? A.- The system should only be selected on in icing conditions. B.- When in auto mode, the windows are heated only when necessary. C.- The system should only be selected on after first engine start. D.- Window heating comes on automatically after first engine start.
17.- If one engine anti-ice system fails, the second one takes over and provides anti-icing for both engines. A.- True. B.- False.
18.- What happens when either engine anti-ice is open? A.- Maximum N 1 is limited, continuous ignition is provided, maximum idle RPM is increased. B.- Maximum N 1 is limited, continuous ignition is provided, minimum RPM is increased. C.- Minimum N 1 is limited, continuous ignition is provided, minimum idle RPM is increased.
19.- With the loss of electrical power the engine anti-ice valves. A.- Fail in their current position. B.- Fail to the open position. C.- Fail to the closed position. D.- Fail to the mid position.
20.- With the loss of electrical power the wing anti-ice valves. A.- Fail in their current position. B.- Fail to the open position. C.- Fail to the closed position.
21.- What is the speed limit to operate the windscreen wipers? A.- 185 Kts. B.- 200 Kts. C.- 230 Kts. D.- 250 Kts.
22.- In the event of an electrical power loss: A.- The engine anti-ice valves will open automatically, anti-icing is ensured. B.- The engine anti-ice valves will close automatically, anti-icing is lost. C.- The engine anti-ice valves will be controlled by the wing anti-ice controls. D.- The engine anti-ice valves remain in the position they were before.
23.- At what power level does window heat operate while airborne? A.- High power while airborne. B.- Shifts from low to high as window temperature requires. C.- Low power above 18,000 FT. D.- Low power above 25,000 FT.
24.- What happens to engine RPM when either engine anti-ice valve is open? A.- There is a fixed RPM increase. B.- The N 1 limit for that engine is automatically increased. C.- The N 1 limit for that engine is automatically reduced. D.- There is a fixed RPM increase (3% of nominal N 1).
25.- Window heat operation begins: A.- Automatically after the first engine start. B.- If the probe/window heat push button is selected on by the crew prior to engine start. C.- Both are correct.
26.- Rain protection is provided by: A.- Warm bleed air blowing across the windshield. B.- Rain repellent and windshield wipers. C.- Both are correct.
27.- Can the wing anti-ice be tested on the ground? A.- Yes, with valves only open for 30 seconds. B.- Yes, valves stay open till selected off. C.- No.
28.- Anti-ice and the icing protection is provided for: A.- The engine nacelles and three outboard wing slats. B.- The engine nacelles, the horizontal stabilizer, and three outboard wing slats. C.- The engine nacelles, the horizontal stabilizer, the vertical stabilizer and three outboard wing slats.
29.- The probe heaters can be activated manually prior to engine start by placing the probe/window heat pushbutton. A.- True. B.- False.
30.- The Rain RPLNT (Rain Repellent) pushbutton is inhibited on the ground when the engines stopped. A.- True. B.- False.
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