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A320 MASTER QUESTIONS

ATA 28 - FUEL
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THE DEFUEL/TRANSFER VALVE:A.

Connects the left and right refuel/defuel manifolds

Connects the refuel line to the engine supply line

Connects the left wing No.1 pump to the right wing No. 1 pump

THE DEFUEL/TRANSFER VALVE IS CONTROLLED FROM:A

The overhead fuel panel in the cockpit

The Refuel/Defuel panel

A switch directly on the valve drive motor

THE FUEL CROSSFEED VALVE:A

Is normally open

Is normally closed

Is controlled from the refuel/defuel panel

DURING THE AUTOMATIC REFUELLING SEQUENCE, THE REFUEL


VALVES:A

May be opened by a HI level signal

May be closed by the FQIC when the proper quantity is reached

Are closed by setting the switch to the SHUT position only

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IF FOB (FUEL ON BOARD) IS BOXED AMBER ON THE ECAM FUEL


PAGE:A

It indicates the quantity shown is not accurate

It indicates the quantity shown is not entirely usable

It indicates one FLSCU has failed

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IF ONE CHANNEL OF THE FQIC FAILS:A

FLSCUs take over

Half of the quantity indicating data is not available

FQIS operates normally ECAM warning and CDFS report will indicate the
failure

ON THE REFUEL PANEL, THE "ACTUAL" INDICATION REPRESENTS:A

Actual quantity to be added

Actual quantity of fuel on board

Actual quantity required to fill all tanks

IF THE ENGINES ARE RUNNING AND FUEL OVERFLOWS INTO THE


VENT SURGE TANK:A

The fuel return valve closes and the IDG cooling recirculation stops

The fuel flow is reduced on the associated engine

The transfer valves open to allow fuel flow into the centre tank

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THE FUEL LEVEL SENSING CONTROL UNITS (FLSCU):A

Monitor the fuel probes

Monitor all the level sensors and temperature sensors

Control the wing tank pumps in Auto mode

THE FUEL CROSSFEED VALVE:A

Connects the fuel feed line to the Refuel/Defuel manifold

Connects the left and right engine supply lines

Connects the wing tanks to the centre tank

THE REFUEL VALVES MAY BE MANUALLY OPERATED BY:A

Removing the actuator and wrenching the valve open

Pushing a plunger on the valve itself

Moving a lever on the valve

THE APU FUEL PUMP NORMALLY TAKES FUEL FROM:A

The refuel/defuel manifold

The centre tank

The left engine supply line

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A PRESSURE SWITCH FOR EACH FUEL TANK BOOST PUMP


MONITORS:A

Pump inlet pressure

Pressure increase

Pump outlet pressure

ONE OVERFLOW SENSOR IS LOCATED IN:A

Each vent/surge tank

The centre tank

Each wing tank

EACH WING FUEL TANK CONSISTS OF:A

Two cells

Three cells

One cell

THE STATEMENT WHICH BEST DESCRIBES THE NORMAL


OPERATION OF THE WING TANK FUEL BOOST PUMPS IS:A

Continuously running and supplying the engines at all times

Continuously running as long as the centre tank pumps are OFF

Continuously running

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THE FUNCTION OF THE PRESSURE RELIEF SEQUENCE VALVES ARE


TO:A

Limit the centre tank boost pumps output pressure

Limit the wing tank boost pumps output pressure

Give priority to the wing tank boost pumps supply

TWO LOW LEVEL SENSORS ARE LOCATED IN EACH INNER CELL.


EACH SENSOR CONTROLS:A

One transfer valve

Two transfer valves, one in each wing

Four transfer valves, two in each wing

THE TRANSFER VALVES ARE CLOSED:A

Automatically at engine shutdown.

Automatically at next refuelling

Manually at external power connection

THE INDICATION THAT IS APPARENT WHEN THE CROSSFEED VALVE


IS FULLY OPEN IS:A

Green OPEN light illuminates

White ON light illuminates

Blue OPEN light illuminates

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THE FUEL INDICATION WHICH IS DISPLAYED ON BOTH THE


ENGINE/WARNING DISPLAY AND FUEL PAGES IS:A

Fuel used

Fuel on board

Fuel flow

UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS, AIRCRAFT ON GROUND SLATS EXTENDED - AUTO MODE - ALL PUMP PUSH-BUTTONS
PRESSED IN:A

Wing tank pumps are not running

Centre tank pump are running

Centre tank pumps are not running

THE CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH WILL CAUSE THE CENTRE TANK


PUMPS TO OPERATE FOR A 2 MINUTE TEST SEQUENCE ARE:A

After engine start and slats extended

After engine start and slats retracted

Before engine start and regardless of slat position

THE FUNCTION OF THE HIGH LEVEL SENSOR INSTALLED IN THE


CENTRE TANK AND IN EACH INNER CELL IS:A

When immersed in fuel, the related boost pumps operate

When immersed in fuel, the related refuel valve closes.

When dry, the related refuel valve opens.

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BEFORE STARTING AN AUTOMATIC REFUELLING OPERATION, THE


CORRECT POSITIONS FOR THE REFUEL VALVE AND MODE
SELECTORS ARE:A

Refuel valve selector - normal, mode selector - off

Mode selector - refuel, refuel valve selector - open

Refuel valve selector - normal, mode selector - refuel

DURING REFUELLING THE WING TANK INNER CELL RECEIVES


FUEL:A

Immediately, via the refuelling lines

After the outer cell is full

While the outer cell is empty

THE STATEMENT WHICH BEST DESCRIBES THE FUNCTION OF THE


IDG COOLING SYSTEM FUEL RETURN VALVE IS THAT :A

It returns fuel to the fuel tank outer cell

It mixes cold with hot fuel for return to the inner cell

Valve closure causes the return fuel to overflow into the vent surge tank.

THE PURPOSE OF THE FULL LEVEL SENSORS ARE:A

To start the wing tank pumps when fuel reaches the full level

To stop the centre tank pumps when fuel reaches the full level

To close the fuel return valve when fuel reaches the full level

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OUTPUT SIGNALS FROM THE VARIOUS SENSORS ARE TRANSMITTED


DIRECTLY TO:A

Fuel level sensing control units (FLSCU)

Full authority digital engine control ( FADEC)

Fuel quantity indicating computer (FQIC)

THE TRANSFER OF FUEL FROM THE LEFT WING INTO THE RIGHT
WING REQUIRES:A

Crossfeed valve closed, defuel/transfer valve open, left tank refuel valve open

Defuel/transfer valve open, right tank refuel valve open, crossfeed valve open

Right tank refuel valve closed, crossfeed valve open, defuel/transfer valve
closed.