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Test in English for Maintenance Licenses

COMENTARIOS ESTADÍSTICAS RÉCORDS
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Test in English for Maintenance Licenses

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201 a 251

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AVATAR

Fecha de Creación:
26/04/2019

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202.- WHAT ARE THE ADJUSTABLE WRENCHS? (18858) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 9-5. A.- THEY ALSO ARE OPEN-END WRENCHES. B.- THEY CAN REPLACE HANDY UTILITY TOOLS. C.- THEY ARE HANDY UTILITY TOOLS. D.- THEY ARE MANUAL UTILITY TOOLS.
203.- WHAT DOES THE TENSION FORCE TRY TO DO? (18668) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 3-14. A.- IT TRIES TO COMPRES AN OBJECT. B.- IT TRIES TO CRUSH AN OBJECT. C.- IT TRIES TO PRESS AN OBJECT. D.- IT TRIES TO PULL AN OBJECT APART.
204.- WHICH IS A DOMINANT FACTOR THAT AFFECTS THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS? (18697) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 3-23. A.- THE TEMPERATURE. B.- THE PRESSURE. C.- THE DENSITY. D.- THE ALTITUDE.
205.- HOW MAY THE STRESSED SKIN PANELS BE? (18825) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 24. A.- THEY MAY BE EITHER SMOOTH OR BEADED. B.- THEY MAY BE STRESSED RESISTANCE OR LITTLE SMOOTH. C.- THEY MAY BE ROUND OR SQUARE. D.- ALL THEM ARE OVAL.
206.- WHY DOES STRESS CORROSION OCCUR? (18775) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 6-6. A.- STRESS CORROSION NEVER OCCURS. B.- STRESS CORROSION OCCURS AS THE RESULT OF MAINTAINING THE AIRPLANE DIRTY AND IN A DRY ENVIRONMENT. C.- STRESS CORROSION OCCURS AS THE RESULT OF KEEPING THE AIRPLANE OUT OF THE HANGAR. D.- STRESS CORROSION OCCURS AS THE RESULT OF THE COMBINED EFFECT OF SUSTAINED TENSILE STRESSES AND CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENT.
207.- WHICH MAY BE THE PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENT IN CERTAIN STRUCTURES? (19275) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 1. A.- THE DURABILITY. B.- THE STRENGTH. C.- THE AIRWORTHINESS. D.- THE STRESSES.
208.- WHAT PROPELLER BLADES HAVE MORE RESISTANCE TO ABRASION? (18796) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 6-23. A.- THE STEEL PROPELLER BLADES. B.- THE ALUMINUM ALLOY PROPELLER BLADES. C.- THE PURE ALUMINUM PROPELLER BLADES. D.- THE MAGNESIUM ALUMINUM ALLOY PROPELLER BLADES.
209.- WHAT HAPPENS WITH SOME TYPES OF EXTINGUISHING AGENTS? (19294) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 427. A.- RAPIDLY CORRODE ALUMINUM ALLOY AND OTHER METAL. B.- SLOWLY CORRODE ALUMINUM ALLOY AND OTHER METAL. C.- ARE HARDENER TO ALUMINUM ALLOY AND OTHER METAL. D.- LEAVE THE ALUMINUM ALLOY VERY BRIGHT.
210.- WHAT VERY LIGHT COLOR MAY APPEAR IN SOME STAINLESS STEEL ALLOYS METAL TEST? (18732) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-5. A.- PINK. B.- WHITE. C.- BLACK. D.- BROWN.
211.- SOME AIRCRAFT ARE REQUIRED TO BE WEIGHED AND HAVE THEIR CENTER OF GRAVITY CALCULATED ON A PERIODIC BASIS, TYPICALLY HOW OFTEN IS THIS? (18713) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 4-2. A.- EVERY FIVE YEARS. B.- EVERY THREE YEARS. C.- ALMOST EVERY MONTH. D.- WHEN THE OWNER WANTS.
212.- IF SOME AIRCRAFT ARE NOT WEIGHED WITH THE WHEELS ON THE SCALES, WHERE ARE THEY WEIGHED? (18723) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 4-16. A.- AT THE JACKING POINTS OR AT SPECIAL WEIGHED POINTS. B.- AT THE WHEELS POINTS OR AT SPECIAL WEIGHED POINTS. C.- AT THE JACKING POINT OR AT SPECIAL WEIGHED POINT. D.- AT THE NOSE AND TAIL POINTS OR AT SPECIFIC WEIGHED POINTS.
213.- WHICH IS THE PROPERTY OF SILICONE RUBBERS? (18745) FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-35. A.- HAVE EXCELLENT HEAT STABILITY. B.- REACTS FAVORABLY WITH AROMATIC GASOLINES. C.- IS VERY EASE TO WORK. D.- RESISTS THE STRIKES VERY WELL .
214.- WHICH ARE THE MOST WIDELY USED SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIALS? (18976) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 10-3. A.- GLASS, CERAMIC AND PLASTICS. B.- SILICON AND GERMANIUM. C.- GOLD, COPPER AND SILVER. D.- MATERIAL WITH FREE ELECTRONS.
215.- IN WHAT FORMS AND SHAPES ARE STEEL AND STEEL ALLOYS MANUFACTURED? (18730) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-2. A.- ROLLER BARS, WELDING SHEETS, FLIXIBLE TUBING, FORGINGS AND CASTINGS. B.- THIN, THICK, MEDIUM, SMALL SIZE AND BIG SIZE. C.- BARS, SHEETS, TUBING, EXTRUSIONS, FORGINGS AND CASTINGS. D.- COOL, WARM, HOT, ICED, FROZEN AND REFRIGERATE.
216.- WHICH ARE THE INCREMENTS OF RIVETS SHANK DIAMETERS? (18760) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-64. A.- 1/54-INCH. B.- 1/16-INCH. C.- 1/32-INCH. D.- 1/64-INCH.
217.- WHAT ARE PERMITED TO REPAIR FABRIC-COVERED SURFACES? (18852) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 99. A.- ONLY SEWN REPAIRS ARE PERMITED. B.- SEWN AND UNSEWN REPAIRS ARE PERMITED. C.- ONLY UNSEWN REPAIRS ARE PERMITED. D.- THE REPAIR DEPEND THE LONG DAMAGE.
218.- WHAT OTHER USE CAN BE GIVEN TO SEVERAL MATERIALS USED FOR THINNING, SPECIFIC PAINTS AND LACQUERS? (19122) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 113. A.- THEY ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR SOLVENT CLEANING. B.- THEY ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PAINT REMOVER AND CORROSION CONTROL. C.- THEY ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PAINT FINISHING. D.- THEY ARE ALSO AVAILABLE TO JOIN COMPOSITES.
219.- WHAT PROCEDURES MUST BE OBSERVED WHEN SELECTING A SAW BLADE? (18861) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 9-9. A.- CHECK THE MATERIAL THAT YOU HAVE TO CUT. B.- SELECT AN APPROPRIATE SAW BLADE. C.- CHECK THE WEATHER. D.- CHECK THE ELECTRICAL GENERATOR.
220.- WHAT IS THE OBJECT OF SEALS IN THE AIRPLANES HYDRAULIC SYSTEM? (18746) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-36. A.- TO PREVENT FLUID FROM BEING CONTAMINATED. B.- TO PREVENT FLUID FROM PASSING A CERTAIN POINT. C.- TO RE-USE THE LIQUIDS MANY TIMES. D.- TO AVOID LOSS OF LIQUID AND TO CANCEL THE FLIGHT.
221.- WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMONLY USED THREADED FASTENING DEVICES ON AIRCRAFT? (18763) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-70. A.- THE BOLTS. B.- THE SCREWS. C.- THE FORKS. D.- THE STUD BOLTS.
222.- WHAT OPERATION OF MODERN AIRCRAFT IS DEPENDENT UPON THE USE OF INSTRUMENTS? (18804) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 469. A.- THE FLIGHT OPERATIONAL SAFETY, ECONOMICAL ARRIVAL AND RELIABLE GROUND OPERATION. B.- THE ON-TIME DISPATCH, ECONOMICAL AND RELIABLE OPERATION. C.- THE MAINTENANCE WORK, FLIGHT SAFETY AND RELIABLE OPERATION. D.- THE SAFE, ECONOMICAL AND RELIABLE OPERATION.
223.- WHERE IS THE EXCEPTION IN THE USE OF ROUNDHEAD RIVETS IN THE INTERIOR OF THE AIRCRAFT? (18749) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-59. A.- WHERE CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED FOR ADJACENT MEMBERS. B.- WHERE EXTRA STRENGTH IS REQUIRED. C.- WHERE TOLERANCE IS REQUIRED FOR MAIN MEMBERS D.- WHERE PASSENGER SEATS ARE CLOSE TO THE WINDOW.
224.- WHAT IS A TYPICAL ALUMINUM CORROSION TREATMENT? (18786) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 6-14. A.- REMOVE HYDRAULIC, SKIDROL, OIL AND SURFACE DIRT FROM THE ALUMINUM SURFACE USING ANY CAUSTIC SUITABLE MILD CLEANER. B.- REMOVE OLD PAINT, CORROSION, OIL AND SURFACE WASTE FROM THE ALUMINUM SURFACE USING ANY SUITABLE MILD CLEANER. C.- REMOVE OIL AND SURFACE DIRT FROM THE ALUMINUM SURFACE USING ANY SUITABLE MILD CLEANER. D.- REMOVE OIL, GREASE AND SURFACE DIRT FROM THE ALUMINUM SURFACE USING ANY SUITABLE MILD CLEANER OR SOAP.
225.- WHY ARE RELIEF VALVES USED IN PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS? (19266) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 334. A.- TO PREVENT DAMAGE. B.- TO PROTECT THEE O-RINGS. C.- TO RELIEF PRESSURE. D.- TO MAINTAIN PRESSURE IN LIMITS.
226.- WHEN IS RELATIVELY LITTLE CORROSION TROUBLE EXPERIENCED WITH MAGNESIUM SKINS? (18783) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 6-9. A.- WHEN THE CORROSION IS ABSENT FROM THE SURFACE AND INSULATION IS ADEQUATELY MAINTAINED. B.- WHEN THE SURFACE FINISH HAS ZINC CHROMATE AND INSULATION IS ADEQUATELY COVERED. C.- WHEN THE REWORKED SURFACE FINISH AND INSULATION ARE ADEQUATELY MAINTAINED. D.- WHEN THE ORIGINAL SURFACE FINISH AND INSULATION ARE ADEQUATELY MAINTAINED.
227.- WHICH IS THE USE OF REAMERS? (20002) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 9-13. A.- THEY ARE USED TO SMOOTH AND ENLARGE HOLES TO EXACT SIZE. B.- THEY ARE USED TO ENLARGE HOLES TO EXACT SIZE. C.- THEY ARE USED TO POLISH METAL BEFORE PAINTING IT. D.- THEY ARE USED TO FIND CORROSION AND TO TREAT IT.
228.- WHAT ARE THE ANCIENT ENEMIES OF AIR TRANSPORTATION? (19134) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 285. A.- THE FOG, CLOUD AND LIGHTNING. B.- THE METAL COST AND PROTECTION. C.- THE FUEL PRICE AND THE NOISE. D.- THE RAIN, SNOW AND ICE.
229.- WHAT DOES PROPELLER EFICIENCY DEPEND ON? (20001) REF.: AC 65-12A, PAGE 325. A.- HOW MUCH THE PROPELLER SLIPS. B.- THE CHORD LINE OF PROPELLER. C.- THE PROPELLER LENGTH. D.- THE NUMBERS OF BLADES.
230.- HOW MUCH VARIES THE PROPELLER EFFICIENCY? (19309) REF.: AC 65-12A, PAGE 325. A.- IT DEPENDS OF ENGINE POWER. B.- FROM 25% TO 50%. C.- FROM 75% TO 99%. D.- FROM 50% TO 87%.
231.- WHAT TYPE OF DEFECT WILL THE PENETRANT INSPECTION DETECT? (18821) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 8-19. A.- WILL DETECT SURFACE CRACKS OR POROSITY DEFECT. B.- WILL DETECT UNDER-SURFACE CRACKS OR VOIDS DEFECT. C.- WILL DETECT ELECTRICAL DISCONTINUITY OR FLAWS. D.- WILL DETECT INVISIBLE CRACKS OR SPOT POINTS.
232.- WHAT DOES AN ORIGINAL SURFACE TREAMENT FOR STEEL PARTS ALSO INCLUDE TO REMOVE ALL TRACES OF DIRT, OIL, GREASE, OXIDES, AND MOISTURE? (18790) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 6-17. A.- ALSO INCLUDES A WEAR RESISTANCE PROCEDURE B.- IT INCLUDES AN ORIGINAL SURFACE TREATMENT. C.- USUALLY INCLUDES A CLEANING TREATMENT. D.- ALSO INCLUDES A PARTS REMOVAL.
233.- WHAT TYPE OF FABRIC OR CLOTH ARE USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF AIRCRAFT COVERING? (18845) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 85. A.- DOMESTIC OR IMPORTED FIBERS. B.- NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FIBERS. C.- ORGANIC AND SYNTHETIC FIBERS. D.- GLUED OR SEWING FIBERS.
234.- WHAT NONSTRUCTURAL MEMBERS OF AIRCRAFT CAN BE WELDED SATISFACTORILY? (19133) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 259 A.- ALL METALLICS MEMBERS. B.- ONLY IRON ALLOY MEMBERS. C.- ONLY STAINLESS STEEL MEMBERS. D.- ONLY ALUMINUM ALLOY MEMBERS.
235.- ON LARGER AIPLANES, FROM PRIVATE BUSINESS JETS TO LARGE JUMBO JETS, IN RELATION OF WHAT ARE IDENTIFIED THE CENTER OF GRAVITY AND ITS RANGE? (18727) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 4-31. A.- IN RELATION TO THE CHORD LINE. B.- IN RELATION TO THE ROOT WIDTH OF THE WING. C.- IN RELATION TO THE LENGTH OF THE WING. D.- IN RELATION TO THE WIDTH OF THE WING.
236.- WHERE IS STAMPED THE ALLOY DESIGNATION ON LARGE ALUMINUM ALLOY TUBING? (18802) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 7-2. A.- IN THE INTERIOR. B.- ON THE SURFACE. C.- WITH A TAG. D.- WITH A FORM 8130-3 ATTACHED.
237.- IN WHAT CONSISTS A RADIAL ENGINE? (19303) REF.: AC 65-12A, PAGE 5. A.- IN A ROW OR ROWS OF CYLINDERS ARRANGED RADIALLY ABOUT A CENTRAL CRANKSHAFT. B.- IN A ROW OR ROWS OF CYLINDERS ARRANGED RADIALLY ABOUT A CENTRAL CRANKCASE. C.- IN A ROW OR ROWS OF CYLINDERS ARRANGED OPPSOSITE ABOUT A CENTRAL CRANKCASE. D.- IN A LINE OR LINES OF CYLINDERS ARRANGED IN LINE ABOUT A CRANKCASE.
238.- WHICH IS ONE OF THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A HELICOPTER AND A FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT? (18978) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 49. A.- IS THE TYPE OF FLIGHT. B.- IS THE MAIN AND COCKPIT CABIN. C.- IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF DRAG. D.- IS THE MAIN SOURCE OF LIFT.
239.- WHEN IS IT NECESSARY TO MAKE REVISON TO A DRAWING? (18650) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 2-6. A.- WHEN THERE IS A CHANGE OF YEAR. B.- WHEN THERE IS A CHANGE IN AIRWORTHINESS CONDITION. C.- WHEN CHANGES IN DIMENSIONS, DESIGN OR MATERIALS ARE MADE. D.- WHEN THERE IS A CHANGE IN AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION.
240.- WHAT MUST YOU NEVER DO WHEN WEIGHING AN AIRCRAFT? (18722) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 4-16. A.- WEIGH IT WITH THE FUEL TANKS EMPTY. B.- WEIGH IT WITH THE OIL TANKS PARTIALLY FULL. C.- WEIGH IT WITH THE HYDRAULIC TANKS PARTIALLY FULL. D.- WEIGH IT WITH THE FUEL TANKS PARTIALLY FULL.
241.- WHAT COMPOUND DOES THE SYNTHETIC RUBBER CALLED NEOPRENE HAVE? (18812) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 7-17 A.- IT HAS A PHOSPHATE BASE. B.- IT HAS A SYNTHETIC BASE. C.- IT HAS A NATURAL BASE. D.- IT HAS AN ACETYLENE BASE.
242.- WHAT METAL OR METAL ALLOY ARE NEARLY ALL ELASTIC STOP NUTS MADE OF? (18748) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-48. A.- THEY ARE MADE OF ALUMINUM OR STEEL ALLOY. B.- THEY ARE MADE OF COPPER OR MAGNESIUM ALLOY. C.- THEY ARE MADE OF IRON OR ALUMINUM ALLOY. D.- THEY ARE MADE OF STEEL OR ALUMINUM ALLOY.
243.- WHICH IS THE USE OF NACELLES AND OR PODS? (19280) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 13. A.- TO HOUSE THE AUXILIARY POWER UNIT. B.- TO HOUSE BAGGAGE. C.- TO HOUSE THE ENGINES. D.- TO HOUSE FUEL.
244.- WHAT PRODUCES THE MOVEMENT ABOUT THE VERTICAL AXIS? (18992) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 55. A.- FLARE. B.- DRAG. C.- YAW. D.- PITCH.
245.- SELF-LOCKING NUTS ARE USED ON AIRCRAFT TO (18833) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-46 A.- PROVIDE TIGHT CONNECTIONS WHICH WILL SHAKE LOOSE UNDER SEVERE VIBRATIONS B.- PROVIDE POOR CONNECTIONS WHICH WILL NOT SHAKE LOOSEUNDER SEVERE VIBRATION. C.- PROVIDE TIGHT CONNECTIONS WHICH WILL SHAKE LOOSE UNDER LIGHT VIBRATIONS. D.- PROVIDE TIGHT CONNECTIONS WHICH WILL NOT SHAKE LOOSE UNDER SEVERE VIBRATION.
246.- SURFACE CORROSION APPEARS AS A GENERAL: (18772) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 6-4. A.- ROUGHENING, ETCHING OR PITTING OF THE SURFACE. B.- CONTAMINATION OF THE METAL C.- WHITENNING OF THE METAL D.- HEATING OF THE SURFACE.
247.- WHAT HAS TO DO A MECHANIC IN ORDER TO MAKE A RIVET HOLE OF THE CORRECT SIZE? (19292) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 169. A.- AT THE END DRILL A HOLE SLIGHTLY UNDERSIZE. B.- FIRST PUT GREASE AT THE HOLE. C.- FIRST DRILL A HOLE SLIGHTLY UNDERSIZE. D.- FIRST DRILL A HOLE SLIGHTLY OVERSIZE.
248.- IN PLACE OF WHAT, THE SPECIAL FASTENERS THAT PRODUCE HIGH STRENGTH WITH LIGHT WEIGHT, CAN BE USED? (18759) REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 5-66. A.- IN PLACE OF STANDARD SA BOLTS AND NUTS. B.- IN PLACE OF CONVENTIONAL AN BOLTS AND NUTS. C.- IN PLACE OF STRENGTH AND LIGHT AN BOLTS AND NUTS. D.- IN PLACE OF ANY BOLTS AND NUTS IF THEY ARE THE SAME SIZE.
249.- WHAT AIRPLANE SECTION IS CALLED LEADING EDGE? (18822) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 197. A.- THE FRONT SECTION OF WINGS, STABILIZERS OR OTHER AIRFOILS. B.- THE AFT SECTION OF WINGS, STABILIZERS OR OTHER AIRFOILS. C.- ANY SECTION OF WINGS, STABILIZERS OR AIRFOILS. D.- ANY STRUCTURAL PART OF AN AIRCRAFT.
250.- WHY AIR IS CONSIDERED A FLUID? (19286) REF.: AC 65-15A, PAGE 27. A.- BECAUSE IS A SUBSTANCE WHICH MAY BE MADE TO FLOW OR CHANGE IT´S SHAPE BY THE APPLICATION OF MODERATE PRESSURE. B.- BECAUSE IT HAS WEIGHT AND VOLUME. C.- BECAUSE IT CAN BE USED IN BALLOON AND TIRES. D.- AIR IS NOT CONSIDERED A FLUID.
251.- ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IS EQUAL TO REF.: FAA-H-8083-30, PAGE 3-25. A.- INSTRUMENT PRESSURE. B.- ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. C.- GAUGE PRESSURE PLUS ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. D.- GAUGE PRESSURE MINUS ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE.
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