Flashcards in Landing Gear System Deck (37)
The maximum tire ground speed is _____.
Arming the RTO feature is _________ for all takeoffs, if operable
The brake wear indicators should extend beyond the brake flange with the parking brake _____________.
Hydraulic power for retraction, extension, and nose wheel steering is normally supplied by _______________.
hydraulic system A
The normal brake system is powered by _________ and the alternate brakes system is powered by _______.
hydraulic system B; hydraulic system A
Antiskid protection is provided _________________.
on both brake system (normal and alternate)
During retraction, the ____________ stop rotation of the main gear wheels.
During retraction, the nose wheels retract forward into the wheel well and nose wheel rotation is stopped by _________.
After retraction, the main gear are held in place by ______and the nose gear is held in place by ______________.
mechanical uplocks; an overcenter lock
Moving the LANDING GEAR lever to the OFF position ____________________.
removes hydraulic pressure from the landing gear system
An illuminated red landing gear indicator light indicates the related landing gear is in disagreement with LANDING GEAR lever position (in transits or unsafe), or ____________________.
landing gear is not down and locked (with either or both forward thrust levers retarded to idle and below 800 feet AGL)
An extinguished green landing gear indicator light indicates _______________.
landing gear is not down and locked
When the LANDING GEAR lever is moved to UP, _______________.
the landing gear retracts
When the LANDING GEAR lever is moved to DN, hydraulic system ___ pressure is used to release the uplocks. The landing gear extends by _______________.
A; hydraulic pressure, gravity, and air loads
The landing gear is down and locked _________ green landing gear indicator light(s) (center panel and/or overhead panel) for each gear is/are illuminated.
as long as one
The landing gear transfer unit allows hydraulic system B to supply the volume of hydraulic fluid required to raise the landing gear at the normal rate when airborne, LANDING GEAR lever is positioned UP, either main landing gear is not up and locked and ________________.
No. 1 engine RPM drops below a limit value
Opening the Manual Extension Access Door _________ landing gear retraction.
Manual landing gear extension is possible with the landing gear lever ____________.
in any position
Manual gear releases on the flight deck are used to_________ that allow the gear to_________ to the down and locked position.
release uplocks; free-fall
The nose wheel steering wheel _________________ rudder pedal steering.
Nose wheel steering is available _____________________.
when the nose gear is in the down position and compressed by the weight of the airplane
Pushing the rudder pedal allows for nose wheel turning up to ______in either direction.
________ allows the aircraft to push back or be towed without depressurizing system A.
A lockout pin
Placing the Nose Wheel Steering Switch to ALT, allows ____________ to provide power for nose wheel steering.
hydraulic system B
If normal and alternate brake system pressure is lost, trapped hydraulic pressure in the brake accumulator can still provide ____________ or parking brake application.
several braking applications
Skid, locked wheel, touchdown, and hydroplane protection is available ____________.
with the normal and alternate braking system
If hydraulic system B is low or fails, _____________automatically supplies pressure to the alternate brake system
hydraulic system A
The parking brake can be set with _________.
A or B hydraulic system, or the accumulator if A and B are not pressurized
Normal hydraulic brake pressure as indicated on the brake accumulator _________.