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1

Engine Ignition must be on for:

()Takeoff and Landing
()Engine and Anti-ice Operation and Heavy Rain
()all answers are correct

)All answers are correct

Takeoff and Landing
Engine Anti-Ice Operation and Heavy Rain

2

What is the maximum allowable EGT for Engine Start?

()750*C
()725*C
()795*C

()725*C

3

What is minimum oil pressure?

()10psi
()5psi
()13psi

13 psi

4

What does an Amber Arc on an Engine Limit Display indicate?

()Normal operating range
()Maximum and minimum limits
()Cautionary range

()Cautionary range

5

On the B737-800, the APU can supply electrical power and bleed air up to a maximum altitude of ________.

()17000 ft
()10000 ft
()18000 ft

()10,000ft

6

On the B737-800, the APU can supply bleed air alone up to a maximum altitude of ________.

()10000 ft
()18000 ft
()17000 ft

()17,000 ft

7

On the B737-800, the APU can supply electrical power alone up to a maximum altitude of ________.

()41000 ft
()17000 ft
()35000 ft

()41,000ft

8

With the EEC in Normal Mode, if the thrust lever is advanced to the forward stop, the EEC will ____________________________.

()limit thrust to the maximum certified thrust rating for current conditions
()limit thrust to the maximum reduced thrust rating for current conditions
()not limit engine thrust

()limit thrust to the maximum certified thrust rating for current conditions

9

On the engine panel on the aft overhead panel, both ON and ALTN may be in view if the EEC has __________.

()failed
()manually entered the hard mode
()automatically changed to the soft alternate mode

()automatically changed to the soft alternate mode

10

When the EEC is in soft alternate mode, thrust rating shortfalls and exceedances _______ occur as flight conditions change.

()cannot
()can

can

11

The EEC provides N1 and N2 redline overspeed protection in __________.

()normal mode only
()normal mode and alternate mode
()alternate mode only

normal mode and alternate mode

12

The engines may be started with air __________.

()by using engine crossbleed
()from the APU or ground source
()all a answers are correct

All answers are correct

from the APU or ground source and by using engine crossbleed

13

On the B737-800 power is removed from the start switch holding the solenoid for starter cutout at approximately what N2 speed?

()65%
()56%
()46%

56%

14

On the B737-800, during ground starts, the EEC monitors engine parameters to detect:

()wet starts
()impending hot starts and EGT start limit exceedances
()all answers are correct

All answers are correct

impending hot starts, EGT start limit exceedances, stalls, and wet starts

15

On the B737-800, what does a flashing white box surrounding the EGT during an engine start indicate?

()an impending hung start
()an impending hot start
()an impending wet start

an impending hot start

16

What occurs when the Engine Start Switch is placed in the GRD position?

()the starter valve opens, the engine bleed valve closes
()the selected igniter(s) are energized when the engine start lever is placed to idle
()all answers are correct

()all answers are correct

the starter valve opens, the engine bleed air valve closes And the selected igniters(s) are energized when the engine start lever is placed to IDLE

17

What occurs when the Engine Start Switch is placed in the CONT position?

()The starter valve opens and the engine bleed air valve closes
()ignition is provided to the selected igniters when the engine is operating and engine start lever is in any position
()ignition is provided to the selected igniters when engine is operating and engine start lever is in IDLE

Ignition is provided to the selected igniters when engine is operating and engine start lever is in IDLE

18

What occurs when the Engine Start Switch is placed in the FLT position?

()The start valve opens and the engine bleed air valve closes
()ignition is provide to the selected igniters when the engine is operating and engine start lever is in IDLE
()ignition is provided to the both igniters when the engine is operating and engine start lever is in IDLE

Ignition is provided to the both igniters when engine is operating and engine start lever is in IDLE

19

IGN L, is powered by AC transfer bus #1 for engine #1 and AC transfer bus #2 for engine #2. IGN R is powered by _________ for either engine.

()AC transfer bus 1
()AC standby bus
()AC transfer bus 2

AC standby bus

20

What occurs when the EEC detects an engine flameout?

()additional fuel is introduced
()both engine igniters are activated
()all answers are correct

both engine igniters are activated

21

What does X-BLD START above the N2 dial indicate?

()windmill start recommended
()crossbleed aid not recommended for start
()crossbleed air recommended for inflight start

crossbleed air recommended for inflight start

22

The thrust revers can be deployed when either radio altimeter sense less than 10 feet altitude, or when ______________________.

()the TO/GA switch is held for 5 seconds
() the air/ground safety sensor is in the ground mode
()thrust reverser override switch is pressed

the air / ground safety sensor is in the ground mode

23

An amber REV displayed above the N1 gages on the center instrument panel indicated ________.

()the thrust reverser is deployed
()thrust reverser is required
()the thrust reverser is moved from stowed position

the thrust reverser is moved from stowed position

24

A green REV displayed above the N1 gages on the center instrument panel indicated ________.

()the thrust reverser is deployed
()thrust reverser is required
()the thrust reverser is moved from stowed position

()the thrust reverser is deployed

25

Which thrust lever position will provide maximum reverse thrust?

()detent No. 1
()pulling beyond detent No. 2
()maximum thrust reverse is not possible until below 30 knots

pulling beyond detent No. 2

26

Each Engine is equipped with a __________ operated thrust reverser.

()electrically
()pneumatically
()Hydraulically

Hydraulically

27

In the event of incomplete stowage or uncommanded movement of the thrust reverser sleeve toward the deployed position, the ____________ will open the isolation valve and command the control valve to stow the thrust reverser.

()mechanical relief valve
()pneumatic relief valve
()auto-restow circuit

auto-restow circuit

28

Which section of the compressor on the engine produces low temperature, low pressure air?

()N1
()N2
()N3

N1

29

How can N1 reference bugs and readouts be manually set?

()They cannot be manually set
()By turning the SPD REF Knob
()By turning the N1 SET inner knob when the N1 SET outer knob is set to BOTH, 1, or 2.

By turning the N1 SET inner knob when the N1 SET outer knob is set to BOTH, 1, or 2.

30

What condition(s) would cause an amber Engine Fail (ENG FAIL) Alert?

()Engine start lever in IDLE position
()Engine N2 below sustainable idle (50% N2) and engine start lever in IDLE position
()Engine N2 below sustainable idle (50% N2)

Engine N2 below sustainable idle (50% N2)and engine start lever in IDLE position