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TOTAL NUMBER OF QUESTIONS IN THIS PAPER 25

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Candidates are requested NOT to mark the question paper.

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The pass mark for this Examination is 75%


without penalty marking

AVIONICS
A320 - 200 MASTER QUESTIONS

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THE FUNCTION OF THE ENGINE FADEC GROUND POWER


PUSH-BUTTON IS TO:A

restore electrical power o the FADEC systems - aircraft on ground and


engines running

restore electrical and hydraulic power to the FADEC systems - engines not
running

restore electrical power to the FADEC systems - aircraft on ground and


engines not running

THE PURPOSE OF THE N1 MODE PUSH-BUTTON IS:A

to select N1 during a manual start

to select N1 mode when one engine thrust can no longer be managed in the
EPR mode

to select N1 mode when both engine thrusts can no longer be managed in the
EPR mode

THE PRIMARY THRUST PARAMETER IS:A

N1

EPR

N2

THE EEC INPUT SIGNALS REQUIRED TO PRODUCE EPR INDICATIONS


ARE:A

P1 and P4.9

P2.5 and P.45

P2 and P4.9

THE LOSS OF EITHER ONE OF THE EPR INPUT SIGNALS WILL CAUSE
AN AUTOMATIC REVERSION TO:-

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8.

9.

unrated N1

rated N1

manual control

THE EEC IS LOCATED AT:A

2.00 position on the fan case

4.00 position on the fan case

8.00 position on the fan case

THE N2 SPEED SIGNAL (FOR ECAM AND EEC USE) IS DERIVED FROM:A

separate speed sensor

nose mounted tacho generator

frequency output of the EEC dedicated generator

THE FUEL DIVERTER AND CONTROL VALVE IS CONTROLLED BY:A

engine interface unit (EIU)

engine master lever

electronic engine control (EEC)

THE FUEL VALVES WHICH ARE 'DIRECTLY CLOSED' WHEN THE


ENGINE MASTER LEVER IS SET TO OFF:-

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fuel metering and overspeed valves

fuel diverter and return valve plus fuel distribution valve

LP shut off valve plus pressure raising and shut off valve

THE SERVO FUEL IS USED FOR:A

compressor airflow control and turbine clearance control

LP and HP fuel pump lubrication

operation of the pressure raising and shut off valve

THE CONTROLLING TEMPERATURES WHICH ARE USED BY THE EEC


DURING HEAT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OPERATIONS ARE:A

fan, air, engine fuel and IDG oil

engine oil, IDG oil and engine fuel

fan air, engine oil and T4.9

THE FUNCTION WHICH IS NOT AVAILABLE WHEN USING ENGINE


MANUAL START PROCEDURES IS:A

automatic shut down

automatic fuel flow regulation

automatic ignition shut off

THE BOOSTER STAGE BLEED VALVE STATUS IS:A

progressively closes during engine acceleration

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fully closed for engine starting

fully open for take off and during cruise

THE VARIABLE STATOR VANE (VSV) SYSTEM CONSISTS OF:A

inlet guide vanes and first four stator vane rows of the LP compressor

inlet guide vanes and first three stator vane rows of the HP compressor

inlet guide vanes and first four stator vane rows of the HP compressor

THE AIR SOURCE WHICH IS USED FOR THE HP AND LP TURBINE


ACTIVE CLEARANCE CONTROL SYSTEM IS:A

7th stage air

10th stage air

fan air

THE HP AND LP TURBINE VALVES ARE LINKED TO A SINGLE


ACTUATOR. HOW IS THIS ACTUATOR OPERATED:A

spring force

fuel pressure

pneumatic pressure

THE PURPOSE OF THE TWO RESOLVERS LOCATED IN THE THRUST


CONTROL UNITS IS TO:-

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disengage the auto thrust function

send thrust lever angle (TLA) to the EEC

allow reverse thrust selection

IF ONE SENSOR OF THE DUAL ACCELEROMETER FAILS, THE


TRANSFER TO THE SECOND SENSOR IS ACHIEVED:A

automatically, on the ground via the EVMU

automatically, in flight via the EVMU

manually, on the ground through the MCDU

THE BASIC CONDITIONS WHICH ARE REQUIRED PRIOR TO THRUST


REVERSER OPERATION ARE:A

N2 input, aircraft on ground and thrust lever angle

thrust lever angle, aircraft on ground and N1 input

hydraulic control unit armed, N2 input and inhibition relay disarmed

THE DIRECTIONAL AND ISOLATION SOLENOID VALVES ARE


CONTROLLED BY:A

electrical signal from the EIU

electrically from the EEC

mechanically from the thrust reverse lever

NO. 2 ENGINE THRUST REVERSER SYSTEM IS NORMALLY POWERED


BY:-

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yellow system hydraulics

green system hydraulics

blue system hydraulics

THE THRUST REVERSER IS MAINTAINED IN THE FORWARD THRUST


POSITION BY:A

mechanical locks within the lower actuators

hydraulic pressure

mechanical locks within the hydraulic control unit

BEFORE WORKING ON THE SYSTEM WHICH BASIC PROCEDURE


CAN BE USED TO DE-ACTIVATE THE THRUST REVERSER:A

electrically disconnect the EEC

hold the hydraulic control unit lever in the inhibition position by installing the
safety pin

inhibit the EIU by installing a safety pin in the inhibition relay lever

OIL QUANTITY INDICATION IS PROVIDED BY:A

transmitter in the oil tank

transmitter in the heat exchanger

transmitter in the supply line

THE OIL SUPPLY SYSTEM PRESSURE:A

varies with N2

is pressure regulated

is pressure and flow regulated