***NEED IMAGE*** With this configuration what temperatures do the packs command? a. Temperatures have an averaged output. b. The Forward cabin temperature selector is ignored. c. Left pack produces 75 degrees, right pack produces 65 degrees. d. The system is unaffected.
b. The Forward cabin temperature selector is ignored.
With all the temperature selectors positioned to OFF, the packs will adjust for cabin demand. In this case, which statement is most correct? a. The pack outputs will average. b. The left pack outputs will adjust for a demand of 75 degrees, and the right pack output will adjust for a demand of 65 degrees. c. The left pack outputs will adjust for a demand of 65 degrees, and the right pack output will adjust for a demand of 85 degrees. d. System operation is normal.
b. The left pack outputs will adjust for a demand of 75 degrees, and the right pack output will adjust for a demand of 65 degrees.
The minimum pavement width required for a 180 degree turn is _____ feet. a. 88 b. 79 c. 57 d. 65
What are the thrust ratings of the CFM 56-7B26 engine? a. 27K Bump b. 26K and 24K c. 22K d. All of the above.
d. All of the above
The system that controls and monitors engine parameters is the _____. a. FCC b. EEC c. Autothrottles d. FMC
The B737-800 is limited to a maximum takeoff weight of _____ pounds. a. 144,000 b. 172,500 c. 168,000 d. 174,200
The B737-800 is limited to a maximum landing weight of _____ pounds. a. 150,000 b. 144,000 c. 136,000 d. 137,000
What is the maximum operating altitude for the B737-800? a. 35,000 ft. b. 42,000 ft. c. 37,000 ft. d. 41,000 ft.
d. 41,000 ft.
What is the maximum zero fuel weight? a. 140,000 b. 136,000 c. 144,000 d. 138,000
The cockpit door is powered by DC bus 2. When electrical power is removed, the cockpit door will _______. a. remain locked b. electrically unlock c. lock by the automatic engagement of the deadbolt d. automatically open for crew egress
b. electrically unlock
Emergency Lighting will automatically illuminate when the switch is in the ARMED position and _____. a. AC power is turned off b. DC Bus 2 fails c. DC Bus 1 fails d. both 1 and 3
d. both 1 and 3
The emergency exit lights may be illuminated by a switch on the ____. a. cockpit center pedestal b. aft flight attendant panel c. forward flight attendant panel d. Captain`s side panel
b. aft flight attendant panel
The amber emergency light NOT ARMED illuminates when the switch is in ____. a. the OFF position b. the ON position c. the ARMED position d. both A and B
d. both A and B
Exterior lights, except position and anti-collision, should be extinguished by the time you reach ____. a. 230 knots b. 250 knots c. 18,000 feet d. 10,000 feet
c. 18,000 feet
Wing illumination lights ______________________. a. are not installed on AA aircraft b. are installed on the fuselage and illuminate the leading edge of the wing c. are required "ON" when using wing anti-ice d. both B and C
b. are installed on the fuselage and illuminate the leading edge of the wing
The APU provides ____. a. electrical power b. pneumatic air c. both electrical power and pneumatic air d. preconditioned air
c. both electrical power and pneumatic air
The APU start cycle may take as long as ____. a. 120 seconds b. 25 seconds c. 60 seconds d. 180 seconds
a. 120 seconds
With the APU operating, turning OFF the battery switch will cause the APU to ____. a. continue running without supplying electrical power or bleed air b. unload the APU generator c. begin a 60 second cool down period d. shutdown immediately
d. shutdown immediately
Fire protection for the APU is provided by ____ fire extinguishing bottle(s). a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
The APU fire extinguishing agent discharges ____. a. either automatically or manually b. manually only c. automatically only d. both automatically and manually
b. manually only
The APU can be started with electrical power from ____. a. AC Emergency Bus or the airplane battery b. TR Bus 1 and the AC Emergency Transfer Bus c. AC Transfer Bus 1 or the airplane battery d. its own internal battery
c. AC Transfer Bus 1 or the airplane battery
With the APU blue MAINT light illuminated, the crew ____. a. should move the start switch to OFF momentarily b. should restart the APU after the auto shutdown c. pull the APU fire handle d. may continue to use the APU if needed
d. may continue to use the APU if needed
The APU EGT is displayed on the ____. a. not displayed b. lower MFD screen c. forward overhead panel d. upper MFD screen
c. forward overhead panel
In order to start the APU on a cold, dark airplane, the ____. a. Battery switch must be ON and the cockpit APU fire handle must be IN. The ground control panel fire handle may be PULLED b. battery switch must be ON, the cockpit APU fire handle must be IN, and the ground control panel fire handle must be IN c. Battery switch must be OFF. The cockpit APU fire handle and the ground control panel fire handle may be IN or PULLED d. Ground Service Bus must be powered by an external power source
b. battery switch must be ON, the cockpit APU fire handle must be IN, and the ground control panel fire handle must be IN
The APU can be started at altitudes up to ____ feet. a. 17,000 b. 41,000 c. 10,000 d. 25,000
The APU Start Switch has ____ positions labeled. a. OFF and ON b. OFF, RUN, and START c. OFF, ON, and START d. OFF, ON and RUN
c. OFF, ON, and START
An automatic APU shutdown will occur for ____. a. overspeed, fire, high oil pressure b. low oil pressure, fault, overspeed c. fault, overheat, low oil quantity d. fire, high oil pressure, fault
b. low oil pressure, fault, overspeed
Which of the following will cause the APU to shut down? a. Overspeed b. High oil temperature c. Fault d. All of the above
d. All of the above
The maximum altitude for use of APU bleed air and electrical power is _____ feet. a. 17,000 b. 25,000 c. 10,000 d. 14,000
The maximum altitude for use of APU bleed air only is _____ feet. a. 25,000 b. 14,000 c. 10,000 d. 17,000