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TEST BORRADO, QUIZÁS LE INTERESE: Cuestionario Examen Regulatorio
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Cuestionario Examen Regulatorio

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SFAR 88

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Fecha de Creación: 29/05/2024

Categoría: Psicotécnicos

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SFAR 88 stands for: Special Federal Air Regulation Special Federal Aircraft Rule Special Federal Aviation Regulation Special Flight Authorization Requirement.
SFAR 88 was created in response to: An increase in air traffic The need for enhanced aviation security Concerns over fuel tank explosions An epidemic of aircraft maintenance issues.
An increase in air traffic The need for enhanced aviation security Concerns over fuel tank explosions An epidemic of aircraft maintenance issues.
The main objective of SFAR 88 is to: Improve air traffic control Increase pilot training requirements Enhance aviation infrastructure Improve the safety of fuel tanks in aircraft.
SFAR 88 requires operators and manufacturers to perform: Safety audits Risk assessments Security screenings System Safety Analysis (SSA).
The purpose of the Fuel Tank Flammability Reduction (FTFR) program is to: Reduce the number of fuel tanks in aircraft Minimize the accumulation of flammable vapors in fuel tanks Increase the size of fuel tanks in aircraft Eliminate fuel tanks from aircraft entirely.
The tragic accident of TWA Flight 800 in 1996 was a key factor in the creation of SFAR 88. What was the cause of that accident? Engine failure Fuel tank explosion Pilot error Structural failure.
Which organization issued SFAR 88? International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) International Air Transport Association (IATA).
What is the main purpose of the FTIS (Fuel Tank Inerting System)? To increase the concentration of oxygen in the fuel tanks. To reduce the concentration of oxygen in the fuel tanks. To increase the risk of ignition in the fuel tanks. To improve the combustion efficiency of the engines.
What gas is commonly used in the FTIS to reduce the oxygen content in the fuel tanks? Hydrogen Helium Nitrogen Oxygen.
What is the function of the ASM (Air Separation Module) in the FTIS? It separates oxygen from nitrogen. It increases the oxygen concentration in the air. It cools down the fuel tanks. It ignites the fuel in the tanks.
Why is reducing the oxygen concentration in the fuel tanks important? To enhance engine performance. To reduce the weight of the aircraft. To prevent the risk of ignition or explosion. To increase the range of the aircraft.
Which of the following best describes the relationship between FTIS and ASM? FTIS is a type of aircraft engine, while ASM is a safety device. FTIS is an aviation regulation, while ASM is a maintenance procedure. FTIS is a system designed to prevent fuel tank explosions, and ASM is a component that produces nitrogen for the system. FTIS is the main body of an aircraft, while ASM is a type of aircraft fuel.
SFAR 88 is primarily focused on improving the safety of: Landing gear systems Aircraft engines Fuel tank systems Avionics systems.
What does "NEA" stand for in the context of the aviation industry? New Aircraft Experience Nitrogen Enriched Aviation Nitrogen Enriched Air New Engine Assembly.
What is the primary purpose of Nitrogen Enriched Air (NEin aviation? Improve engine efficiency Reduce air friction on the aircraft surface Increase air density in the passenger cabin Raise nitrogen concentration in fuel tank inerting systems.
Why is it important to use NEA in aircraft fuel tank inerting systems? To provide a pleasant aroma in the cabin To decrease humidity in the air conditioning To lower the nitrogen content in fuel tanks To reduce oxygen content and prevent explosion risks in fuel tanks.
What is the role of Advisory Circulars (Ain relation to SFAR 88? They provide detailed flight procedures They are used for air traffic control communications They offer additional guidance and explanations on SFAR 88 implementation They regulate pilot training requirements.
The "Fuel Tank Ignition Source Prevention Guidelines" AC focuses on: Minimizing fuel tank capacity Identifying potential sources of ignition in fuel tanks Increasing the number of fuel tank inspections Reducing the number of fuel tanks in aircraft.
SFAR 88 requires inspection and maintenance of: Cockpit instruments Cabin interiors Systems related to fuel tanks Landing gear components.
Which category of hazardous materials does SFAR 88 mainly address? Toxic chemicals Explosives Flammable liquids Corrosive substances.
SFAR 88 includes a program called "FTFR." What does FTFR stand for? Fuel Tank Flammability Reduction Fire Training and Flight Regulations Fuel Tank Fire Risk Flight Technical Fuel Reduction.
The primary goal of the "Transport Airplane Fuel Tank System Fault Tolerance Evaluation" AC is to assess the: Structural integrity of fuel tanks Risk of fuel tank leakage Fault tolerance of fuel tank systems Flammability of fuel tank vapors.
SFAR 88 is considered successful in enhancing aviation safety by: Improving air traffic flow Reducing the number of aircraft accidents Eliminating all fuel tanks from aircraft Reducing the risk of fuel tank explosions.
The "System Safety Analysis" required by SFAR 88 focuses on: Evaluating the overall safety of an aircraft Analyzing the safety of the electrical system Assessing the risk of landing gear failure Identifying hazards in fuel tank systems.
SFAR 88 addresses issues related to: Airspace regulations Aircraft weight limits Aircraft wiring systems Air traffic controller training.
The SFAR 88 regulation was issued in response to: A specific accident involving wiring system failure A series of hijacking incidents The need for improved aircraft security The FAA's desire to reduce paperwork for airlines.
SFAR 88 emphasizes the importance of: Pilot training on aircraft systems Regular maintenance of cabin interiors Proper storage of hazardous materials Regular inspection of wiring systems.
Which organization provided the safety recommendations and guidance that led to the development of SFAR 88? Aircraft manufacturers National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
What does the term "ullage" refer to in the context of aircraft fuel systems? The amount of fuel consumed during a flight The total fuel capacity of the aircraft The space within a fuel tank not occupied by fuel The rate of fuel flow to the engines.
What is the main goal of the "Flammability Reduction Means for Transport Category Airplanes" AC? To reduce the number of transport category airplanes To minimize the accumulation of flammable vapors in fuel tanks To increase the flammability of fuel tanks To improve aircraft fuel efficiency.
SFAR 88 mainly focuses on which aspect of aircraft safety? Passenger comfort Engine performance Fuel tank safety Navigation systems.
SFAR 88 requires operators to conduct a ____________ to identify potential risks associated with fuel systems. Safety analysis Fuel inspection Security audit System safety assessment.
The tragedy of TWA Flight 800 in 1996 was a significant event that led to the creation of SFAR 88. What caused the accident? Engine failure Pilot error Fuel tank explosion Weather conditions.
SFAR 88 requires the use of ___________ to minimize the accumulation of flammable vapors in fuel tanks. Non-flammable insulation Flame-resistant coatings Spark-resistant tools Flammability reduction means.
The AC 25.981 provides guidelines to prevent: Bird strikes Engine failures Fuel tank ignition sources Aircraft corrosion.
SFAR 88 is relevant to the safety of which component of the aircraft electrical system? Avionics Wiring harnesses Cockpit instruments Lighting systems.
What does 14 CFR 25.981 pertain to in aviation? Aircraft engine maintenance Fuel tank explosion prevention Passenger boarding procedure Air traffic control protocols.
What is the purpose of 14 CFR 25.981? To regulate passenger seating arrangements To prevent fuel tank explosions during flight To set maximum takeoff weight limits for aircraft To establish flight crew training requirements.
What must be shown in compliance with 14 CFR 25.981 regarding ignition sources? Demonstrating lightning protection measures Determining the lowest possible fuel temperature Proving the presence of emergency exits Ensuring no ignition source is present where catastrophic failure could occur.
What are Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations (CDCCLs) required by 14 CFR 25.981? Features that must be strictly avoided during maintenance Prohibited fuel additives to prevent ignition Instructions to protect design features that prevent ignition sources The maximum fuel capacity allowed in an airplane's tank.
CDCCL stands for: Critical Design Control Limitations Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations Controlled Design Configuration Limitations Configured Design Control Limitations.
The main purpose of CDCCL is to: Prevent fuel tank explosions Improve aircraft fuel efficiency Enhance aircraft performance Ensure compliance with noise regulations.
CDCCL is related to the prevention of ignition sources in: Aircraft engines Avionics systems Fuel tanks and fuel tank systems Passenger cabins.
CDCCL requires operators to: Replace all aircraft components regularly Record detailed information about passenger behavior Maintain records of modifications and repairs related to fuel tank safety systems Conduct annual aircraft inspections.
CDCCL ensures that modifications, repairs, and alterations made to the aircraft are in compliance with the ________. Original design standards Safety guidelines from the FAA Aircraft maintenance manual Airworthiness directives (ADs).
What is the purpose of CDCCL in the Airbus A320 AMM? To provide information on passenger seating configurations To list the required maintenance tasks for routine inspections To control critical design features and provide maintenance instructions To outline emergency procedures for various onboard systems.
What are the consequences of not complying with the CDCCL in the Airbus A320 AMM? Increased fuel efficiency Improved passenger comfort Enhanced aircraft performance Jeopardizing safety and airworthiness.
How often should the CDCCL information be reviewed and updated in the Airbus A320 AMM? Every 5 years Only when major modifications are made to the aircraft As required by the aircraft manufacturer At each routine maintenance check.
What are Aircraft Limitation Items (ALI) in the context of aircraft maintenance for Airbus A320 family aircraft? Required training for maintenance personnel Specific limitations and conditions for safe maintenance procedures The number of maintenance tasks performed per day Instructions for passengers during maintenance activities.
Who is responsible for adhering to Aircraft Limitation Items (ALI) during aircraft maintenance? Air traffic controllers Ground handling personnel Aircraft maintenance engineers and technicians Flight attendants.
Which of the following could be an example of an Aircraft Limitation Item (ALI) in aircraft maintenance for Airbus A320 family aircraft? The maximum passenger capacity during maintenance activities The type of in-flight entertainment available The maximum number of beverage carts allowed in the cabin The maximum allowable wind speed for open maintenance hangar doors.
How are Aircraft Limitation Items (ALI) communicated to maintenance personnel for Airbus A320 family aircraft? Through in-person briefings by the maintenance manager By referring to the aircraft's maintenance manual and task cards By sending emails to all maintenance personnel By conducting training sessions for maintenance personnel.
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