|1.- If the accumulator on the alternate brake system is your only source pressure, which of the following will be available? A.- Auto brakes and antiskid. B.- Antiskid. C.- Seven applications of the brake pedals. D.- Three applications of the brake pedals.
2.- Can normal landing gear operation be restored after a gravity extension if green hydraulic pressure is available? A.- Restoration is always possible. B.- It may be possible if the gravity extension was not caused by a failure of the
landing gear mechanism. C.- No, only maintenance can restore normal operation.
4.- 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.
3.- The.............. hydraulic system provides power for gear extension/retraction. A.- Yellow. B.- Green.
5.- The normal brake system uses ________ hydraulic pressure and the alternate brakes use_______ system pressure, with_____ backup. A.- Green, blue, an electrical. B.- Green, yellow, an accumulator. C.- Green, yellow, an electrical.
6.- Autobraking is initiated by: A.- Strut compression. B.- Reverser action. C.- Ground spoiler extension command.
7.- The alternate brake system has the same capabilities as normal brakes, except: A.- Anti-skid is inoperative. B.- Autobrakes are inoperative. C.- Both A and B.
8.- 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.
9.- 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.
10.- The brakes pressure indication on triple pressure indicator reads which system pressure? A.- Yellow. B.- Blue. C.- Green.
11.- Which hydraulic system supplies pressure to the nose wheel steering? A.- Green. B.- Blue. C.- Yellow and Blue. D.- Green and Blue.
12.- If the brake system automatically transitions to alternate brakes with the A/SKID & N/W STRG switch in the ON position, which of the following will be available? A.- Auto brakes and anti-skid. B.- Only auto brakes. C.- Brakes, auto brakes, anti-skid. D.- Anti-skid.
13.- What is indicated by the autobrake DECEL lights? A.- airplane deceleration is 25% of selected rate. B.- Airplane deceleraton is 50% of selected rate. C.- Airplane deceleration is 100% of selected rate. D.- Airplane deceleration is 80% of selected rate.
14.- On the E/WD, you notice the NW STRG DISC memo. What does it mean? A.- The nose wheel steering has been disconnnected by ground personnel. B.- A failure in the nose wheel steering system has been detected. C.- There is a discrepancy between the two nose wheel steering handwheel positions. D.- The nose wheel sterring computer has finished its self test.
15.- During pushback, you start engine #2. You observe the NW STRG DISC memo has changed to amber. Why? A.- The NW STRG disconnect mechanism has failed. B.- The yellow hydraulic system is now pressurized and the amber caption is a warning not to move the handwheel. C.- The nose wheel steering is being reconnected by ground personnel. It is amber because the pin is removed. D.- The memo has become amber because one engine is running.
16.- The maximun degree of nose wheel steering available when using the steering handwheel is ________. A.- +/- 60 B.- +/- 75 C.- +/- 95.
17.- If the Landing Gear was gravity extended using the hand crank on the center pedestal, landing gear position must be verified through. A.- The landing gear viewers. B.- The landing gear indications depicted on the ECAM and, if available, the center panel LDG GEAR indicator panel lights. C.- Both are correct.
18.- Landing gear operation is inhibited at speeds: A.- Below 100 knots. B.- Above 260 +/- 5 knots. C.- Below 100 knots and above 260 knots. D.- Above 250 knots.
19.- Can the gear be extended above 260 kts if necessary? A.- Never. B.- Yes, but manually only. C.- Yes, but the ultimate limit is 285 kt CAS.
20.- Which hydraulic system(s) supply pressure to the landing gear system? A.- Green. B.- Blue. C.- Yellow and Blue. D.- Green and Blue.
21.- The antiskid deactivates when ground speed is less than _____. A.- 10 kts. B.- 20 kts. C.- 25 kts. D.- 30 kts.
22.- If the BSCU detects a brake system malfunction in flight with the A/SKID & N/W STRG switch in the ON position. A.- The crew will be notified with an ECAM message after touchdown if the brake system does malfuncition. B.- The crew will be notified with an ECAM message. C.- The crew must manually select alternate brakes. D.- All of the above.
23.- What is required to arm the auto brakes? A.- Green hydraulic pressure available, anti-skid, no failures in the braking system. B.- Landing gear lever selected down and selection of an autobraking rate. C.- Both are correct.
24.- What does each turn of the gravity gear extension handle do? A.- Open gear door, unlock gear, drop gear. B.- Open gear doors, drop gear, shut doors. C.- Shutoff hydraulic pressure, open doors, unlocks gear. D.- Open gear doors, shutoffs hydraulics, unlock gear, drop gear.
25.- How do you manually extend the landing gear? A.- Lift the red handle and turn anticlockwise 4 turns. B.- Lift the red handle and turn anticlockwise a minimum of 2 turns. C.- Lift the red handle and turn clockwise a minimum of 4 turns. D.- Lift the red handle and turn clockwise a 3 tuns.
26.- How many turns are required on the gravity extension hand crank to extend the landing gear? A.- 2 B.- 3 C.- 5 D.- 6.
27.- If the Landing Gear was gravity extended using the hand crank on the center pedestal, what other systems will be inoperative? A.- Nose wheel steering and auto braking. B.- Nose wheel steering only. C.- Anti-skid and auto braking. D.- Nose wheeel steering and anti-skid.
28.- Auto brake may be armed with the parking brake on. A.- True. B.- False.
29.- When the landing gear is gravity extended, will nose wheel steering be available? A.- Only if the A/SKID & N/W STRG switch is selected ON. B.- No. C.- Limited nose wheel steering is available only through the captian's rudder pedals.
30.- Auto brakes, if selected, will only be activated by: A.- The wheels spinning up. B.- The struts being compressed. C.- The brake pedals being depressed. D.- The ground spoiler extension command.
31.- There are two triangles for each gear on the ECAM WHEEL page. What do they represent? A.- Each triangle represents one wheel on the gear. B.- Each triangle represents the position detected by one of the two computers systems. C.- Each triangle represents one of the braking systems available for that gear. D.- The front triangle indicates the position of that gear and the back triangle indicates the status of the brakes for that gear.
32.- What system pressure does the ACCU PRESS and BRAKES pressure indicator indicate. A.- Yellow brake accumulator and yellow brake system pressure to the left and right brakes. B.- Yellow brake accumulator and green brake system pressure to the left and
right brakes. C.- Yellow brake accumulator and green or yellow brake system pressure to the
left and right brakes. D.- Blue brake accumulator and green brake system pressure to the left and right
33.- ECAM: if you see a green arc shown over a wheel indication. A.- It marks the hottest brake with a temperature of more than 100ºC. B.- It indicates an abnormal high temperature. C.- The A/SKID system is automatically releasing the pressure of that brake. D.- TheL/G control system has detected a low tire profile.
34.- Nose wheels and main wheels have fusible plugs that prevent the tires from busting if they overheat. A.- True. B.- False.
35.- With the A/SKID & N/W STRG switch in the ON position, if the BSCU detects a brake system malfunction and/or normal braking is not available: A.- The crew will be notified with an ECAM message only if after touchdown the
brake system does actually malfunction. B.- Transition to the alternate brake system is automatic.
36.- You have just set the parking brake handle to ON. Is it still possible to check the main brake system using the toe brakes? A.- Yes. As soon as you press the brake pedals the BRAKES indicator will read main system pressure. B.- No. It is not possible to press hard enough to obtain an accurate reading. C.- No. When the PARK BRK is set, the other braking modes are deactivated.
37.- The gear doors remain open after a manual extension. A.- True. B.- False.
38.- The steering handwheels, which are interconnected, can steer the nose wheel up to:_____ in either direction. A.- 55º B.- 65º C.- 75º D.- 90º.
39.- Each main wheel has an antiskid brake. A.- True. B.- False.
40.- The parking brake accumulator is designed to maintain the parking pressure for at least _____. A.- 6 hours. B.- 12 hours. C.- 18 hours. D.- 24 hours.
41.- The autobrake will arm if at least one ADIRS is functionning. A.- True. B.- False.
42.- What happens to the other brake modes when parking brakes are applied? A.- There is no change. B.- All other braking modes and antiskid are deactivated. C.- Antiskid mode only is deactivated.
43.- How can the brake accumulator be re-pressurized? A.- With the yellow electric hydraulic pump. B.- With the blue electric hydraulic pump. C.- Both are correct.