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GENERAL

** System Presentation (1)

QUESTIONNAIRE A320

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Instructor:
1.
The passenger and cabin attendant oxygen system is supplied by:

2.

3.

4.

5.

A.

The chemical oxygen generator units.

B.

A high pressure oxygen cylinder.

C.

The high pressure portable cylinder.

The flight crew oxygen system supplies oxygen to the flight crew:
A.

If there is a loss of cabin pressurization or a smoke emission.

B.

If there is a loss of cabin pressurization.

C.

Always supply.

The crew oxygen is supplied by:


A.

A portable bottle.

B.

A high pressure oxygen cylinder.

C.

A chemical unit.

The smoke hood system provides breathing means and eye protection for:
A.

The crew members only.

B.

The crew members and cabin attendants.

C.

The crew members and passenger.

The oxygen system on the aircraft consists of :


A.

A fixed high pressure cylinder and a high pressure portable cylinder.

B.

A high pressure portable cylinder and a chemical generator.

C.

A fixed high pressure cylinder, a high pressure portable cylinder and a


chemical generator.

CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM


** Crew Oxygen System Presentation (1)

6.

7.

An overboard discharge is indicated by:


A.

A warning on the oxygen control panel 21VU.

B.

The direct reading pressure gauge on the oxygen cylinder.

C.

A yellow indicator.

Without electric the cylinder pressure can be checked by


A.

A direct reading pressure gage.

B.

An overboard green discharge indicator.

C.

ECAM indication

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With The manual ON/OFF


QUESTIONNAIRE
valve is closed the
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cylinder pressure:

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A. Can be checked by the pressure gage.
B.

Can not be checked

C.

Can be checked if electric are available

Instructor:

** System Controls and Indicating (1)

9.

The warning message appears amber on the ECAM DOOR/OXY page

10.

A.

In low pressure conditions only.

B.

in case of overpressure

C.

In high pressure condition.

Overpressure protection of the crew oxygen is achieved by


A.

A frangible disk type and a pressure relief valve.

B.

An overpressure valve.

C.

An overboard green discharge indicator

Crew OXY Mask Utiliz/Stowage/Tests (2)

11.

12.

In the normal position of the Crew oxy mask selector, the user breathes
A.

Pure oxygen.

B.

a mixture of cabin air and oxygen

C.

Cabin air only.

Test operation of the crew oxygen system by


A.

Push the reset test slider.

B.

Using MCDU.

C.

Check system pressure on ECAM Door/Oxy Page.

Crew Oxygen Components (3)

13.

14.

15.

Warning when working with oxygen system is :


A.

Keep all Hydrocarbons (FUELS, LUBRICANTS ...) away from oxygen


sources.

B.

Make sure the tool and your hand are clean.

C.

Both A and B

A high pressure frangible disk can be found at:


A.

The cylinder valve assembly

B.

The oxygen pressure regulator/transmitter

C.

The overboard discharge indicator

Masks fitted at the Captain and First Officer stations must have:

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A.

Serviceable headset QUESTIONNAIRE A320

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B. Microphones.
C.

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Instructor:

Serviceable mikes.

PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM


** Passenger Oxygen System Presentation (1)

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17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

22.

The oxygen masks are presented automatically when


A.

The cabin altitude is higher than 14000 feet.

B.

The cabin altitude is 8000 feet.

C.

Positive pressure presented.

The chemical generator units provide oxygen for:


A.

Approximately 13 or 15 minutes.

B.

At least 30 minutes.

C.

Passenger only.

The oxygen units are installed in the passenger compartment as follows:


A.

Above the passenger seats.

B.

Above the passenger seats, in the lavatories.

C.

Above the passenger seats, in the lavatories and at the cabin attendant
stations.

The oxygen masks may be presented:


A.

Automatically.

B.

Manually.

C.

Both A and B.

How many ways to drop the oxygen masks:


A.

1.

B.

2.

C.

3.

In case of failure of the container door opening system. A release tool


allows:
A.

Bypass opening of the door.

B.

Mechanical opening of the door.

C.

Electrical trigger.

Pressing the MASK MAN ON pushbutton The passenger oxygen masks:


A.

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B.

presented at any time.


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C. Presented and oxygen
supplied.
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24.

Instructor:

On ground, if the chemical oxygen units has been used you must:
A.

Replaced the unit only.

B.

Reset and refill the unit.

C.

Replaced the unit and all masks restowed.

The passenger "SYS ON" white indicator light comes on when


A.

The passenger oxygen system is automatically operated.

B.

The passenger oxygen system is manually operated.

C.

The passenger oxygen system is electrically operated.

** Passenger Oxygen System D/O (3)

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26.

27.

28.

29.

The TMR RESET FAULT light comes on if:


A.

The reset operation is not yet completed.

B.

The reset operation has failed.

C.

The time delay relays have failed during the automatic operation.

The time delay relays control the Pax oxygen system automatic operation by
A.

Cut off electrical supply after 30 seconds.

B.

Supply the system for 3 seconds.

C.

Supply the system after 30 seconds.

The chemical oxygen generator supplies a flow of


A.

Low pressure oxygen.

B.

High pressure oxygen for a minimum time of 13 or 15 minutes.

C.

A mixture of cabin air and oxygen for passengers.

On ground, used chemical oxygen units


A.

Are reset by momentarily pressing the TMR RESET pushbutton on the


maintenance panel.

B.

Must be replaced.

C.

Must be recharged.

On GRN, when the TMR RESET pushbutton is pressed,


A.

The SYS ON white light comes on.

B.

The indicator light SYS ON goes off.

C.

The FAULT light on the TMR RESET pushbutton comes on

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The taped announcement


QUESTIONNAIRE
may be stoppedA320
by momentarily pressing

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A. The TMR RESET pushbutton.

31.

B.

The MASK MAN ON pushbutton.

C.

Passenger announcement pushbutton on FAP.

Instructor:

When the cabin altitude is more than 14000 FT and TIME DELAY RELAYS
8WR and 9WR remain open after delay:
A.

The ON white light of the TMR RESET pushbutton comes on.

B.

The SYS ON white light and Public Address systems are off

C.

The SYS ON white light and Public Address systems are still on

** Passenger Oxygen Unit Operation (3)

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33.

34.

35.

36.

37.

As soon as the emergency oxygen container doors open:


A.

The masks fall out.

B.

the release pin starts the chemical generation

C.

The masks delay 30s before fall down.

The expended generator is show by


A.

A green stripe indicator.

B.

A black indicator.

C.

A thermal yellow indicator.

The release pin starts the chemical generation only when:


A.

When the first user pulls the mask lanyard towards his face.

B.

As soon as the mask fall out.

C.

When all users pull the mask lanyard.

An indicator on chemical generation unit turning from yellow to black


shows:
A.

Over pressure in the unit.

B.

The generator is expended.

C.

The bad oxygen quality.

A relief valve fitted on the generator housing protects:


A.

The generator against low internal pressure.

B.

The generator against high external pressure.

C.

The generator against high internal pressure.

The door stop allows an inspection and a test of the emergency oxygencontainer door:
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A.

Opening by a few degrees.


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B. Full open.
C.

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Instructor:

Open 60 degrees.

** Passenger Oxygen Components (3)


** Passenger Electrical Circuit (3)

38.

All oxygen units electrical latches remain energized if a circuit is damaged in


the event of engine turbine bursting by:
A.

Time delay relays supply the system after 30 seconds.

B.

Press Mask Man On pushbutton.

C.

The LH and RH latch assembly electrical circuits are interconnected 6


seconds after system activation.

PORTABLE OXYGEN SYSTEM


Crew Portable Oxygen System D/O (3)

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40.

41.

42.

The crew smoke hood system


A.

provides eyes protection and supplies oxygen

B.

Supplies low pressure oxygen.

C.

used as an eyes protection in case of emergency: an emission of smoke


and/or noxious gases

The hood is:


A.

Fire resistant.

B.

Non fire resistant.

C.

Gas resistant only.

Normal good condition indicator of the hood container is


A.

Red.

B.

Blue.

C.

Green.

the function of the hood absorption system is


A.

To add oxygen to the expired gas.

B.

To trap the carbon dioxide contained in the expired gas.

C.

To allow the expired gas to flow out of the hood.

Cabin Portable Oxygen Equipment D/O (3)


MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
CREW SYSTEM
Oxygen Cylinder R/I (3)

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