Study Guide Flashcards Preview

Union Test Prep > Study Guide > Flashcards

Flashcards in Study Guide Deck (388)
Loading flashcards...
91

If airborne and the battery is the only available power source, APU start attempts are not recommended above ____ feet. a. 25,000 b. 17,000 c. 10,000 d. 32,000

a. 25,000

92

On the ground, the APU ____. a. attempts to carry a partial electrical load b. cannot shed the galley c. will power both transfer busses d. will not power the main busses

c. will power both transfer busses

93

***NEED IMAGE*** (Fault and Overspeed lights are illuminated) You observe these lights on after starting the APU, and they were not on prior to start. Which statement is the most correct? a. The APU failed a self-check overspeed test and should not be used. b. The APU had an overspeed fault and shut down automatically. c. The APU overspeed light comes on during start and should extinguish shortly, indicating a good test. d. You should shut down the APU for five minutes, and then attempt a second start

b. The APU had an overspeed fault and shut down automatically.

94

***NEED IMAGE*** (Overspeed light is illuminated) If this light came on shortly after placing the APU start switch to on, __. a. this is normal and the light will extinguish after the APU cooling time has commenced b. this indicates the APU has overspeed and shut down c. the overspeed shutdown protection feature has failed a self-test during a normal APU shutdown d. this light informs the crew that overspeed protection is lost and the APU may be used if they monitor the EGT and Frequency meter

c. the overspeed shutdown protection feature has failed a self-test during a normal APU shutdown

95

After shutting off the APU that has an illuminated Overspeed light, the light will __. a. extinguish immediately b. remain on for five minutes and then extinguish c. not extinguish until maintenance resets the system d. blink to indicate that the system needs to be reset

b. remain on for five minutes and then extinguish

96

TCAS altitude and vertical motion are included with the symbol if the other airplane`s transponder mode is using ____. a. Mode S only b. Mode S or Mode C c. Mode A only d. Mode S, Mode C, or Mode A

b. Mode S or Mode C

97

When the RA encounter is terminated and the guidance is no longer required, the TCAS system will issue the aural advisory "____." a. Maintain Vertical Speed b. Monitor Vertical Speed c. Clear of Conflict d. Adjust Vertical Speed

c. Clear of Conflict

98

Which of the following traffic displays is NOT a function of TCAS? a. Resolution Advisory b. Identification Signal c. Proximate Traffic d. Other Traffic

b. Identification Signal

99

A TA is indicated by an aural _____ and the traffic annunciation appears on the ____. a. Traffic Traffic""/Primary Flight Display b. Traffic Traffic""/Navigation Display c. Climb Climb""/Primary Flight Display d. Traffic Traffic""/HUD

b. Traffic Traffic""/Navigation Display

100

An RA is indicated by an aural alert for corrective action and a ____. a. amber circle b. solid blue diamond c. white hollow diamond d. red square

d. red square

101

If the selected range on the NAV display does not permit the display of a TA or RA, what annunciation appears on the NAV display? a. OTHER b. OFF SCALE c. RANGE d. TRAFFIC

b. OFF SCALE

102

TCAS alerts are inhibited by ____. a. GPWS b. windshear c. flying below approximately 1000 feet altitude for all RA maneuvers d. all of the above

d. all of the above

103

TCAS traffic is displayed on the ND when TFC is selected on the EFIS Control Panel and operations are conducted in ____ mode(s). a. the expanded App b. the expanded MAP or center MAP c. the expanded VOR d. all of the above

d. all of the above

104

What system provides N1 limits and target N1 for the A/T? a. FMC b. AP c. AFDS d. DCP

a. FMC

105

The A/P automatically disengages ____. a. with loss of Standby Hydraulic System pressure only b. when activating either pilot`s Control Wheel Trim Switch c. when moving the STAB TRIM AUTOPILOT Cutout Switch to NORM d. when pressing either TO/GA switch with a single A/P engaged above 2000 feet RA

b. when activating either pilot`s Control Wheel Trim Switch

106

A Mode Control Panel switch illuminates to indicate mode ____ and that mode can be ____ by pressing the switch again. a. deselection, deselected b. selection, deselected c. selection, selected d. deselection, selected

b. selection, deselected

107

After LOC and G/S are both captured, the APP mode can be disengaged by ____. Select the most correct answer. a. pressing the TOGA Switch b. retuning the nav c. turning both F/D¤s OFF and disengaging the A/P d. any of the above actions

d. any of the above actions

108

Turning a F/D switch ON displays command bars on the respective pilots PFD if ____. a. both A/Ps are engaged below 1500 feet RA b. airborne below 2000 feet RA c. at least one A/P is engaged d. command pitch or roll modes are engaged

d. command pitch or roll modes are engaged

109

Independent FD operation is annunciated by ____. a. dual FDs being annunciated on the FMA b. both MA lights being extinguished c. a single FD annunciated on FMA d. illumination of both MA lights

d. illumination of both MA lights

110

If a generator is lost during a F/D TO or GA, ____. a. the STBY FCC automatically positions the command bars on the Captains PFD b. the command bars are lost on the affected side c. the command bars are lost on both sides d. the FCC on the unaffected side positions the FD command bars on both PFDs

d. the FCC on the unaffected side positions the FD command bars on both PFDs

111

8. What does an amber CWS P above the attitude indicator mean? a. A flight director mode is limited to pitch only. b. Control wheel steering, pitch, is engaged. c. A fault exists in the pitch mode. d. A fault exists in the autopilot system.

b. Control wheel steering, pitch, is engaged.

112

9. What does an amber CWS R above the attitude indicator mean? a. Control wheel steering, roll, is engaged b. A flight director designated as MASTER has faulted. c. A fault exists in the roll mode. d. A fault exists in the autopilot system.

a. Control wheel steering, roll, is engaged

113

10. The three flight mode annunciator displays above the attitude indicator are . a. autothrottle, roll, pitch b. lateral navigation, vertical navigation, autopilot status c. F/D, A/T, and A/P d. autopilot, speed, engaged status

a. autothrottle, roll, pitch

114

11. A/P engagement is inhibited when . a. the Stab Trim Auto Pilot cutout switch is in cutout b. force is applied to the control wheel c. the A/P disengage bar is down d. any of the above occur

d. any of the above occur

115

12. Engaged flight modes are displayed in what color? a. green b. white c. blue d. magenta

a. green

116

13. LNAV will automatically disconnect if . a. the end of an active route is reached b. a route discontinuity is reached c. another roll mode is selected d. any of the above occurs

d. any of the above occurs

117

14. The crew is alerted to an altitude deviation when feet from the selected MCP altitude. a. 300 b. 200 c. 900 d. 1000

b. 200

118

15. The A/P status display is located . a. at the bottom of the PFD b. at the top of the ND c. near the top of the PFD below the FMA d. on the FMA

c. near the top of the PFD below the FMA

119

16. Where are the flight mode annunciations displayed? a. Upper DU b. Lower DU c. ND d. PFD

d. PFD

120

17. When TO/GA is engaged for takeoff, where are the pitch command bars positioned initially? a. 10 degrees nose down b. Pitch bars are not in view until 60 knots. c. 10 degrees nose up d. 12 degrees nose down

a. 10 degrees nose down