Bus Guide Audio Mgmt, Maintenance, Cargo Heat, Cargo Smoke, Ventilation, Eng, Glareshield FCU, Prima

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Bus Guide Audio Mgmt, Maintenance, Cargo Heat, Cargo Smoke, Ventilation, Eng, Glareshield FCU, Prima
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Audio, MX, Cargo Heat, Cargo Smoke, Ventilation, Eng Panel, PFD, Glareshield FCU, NAV
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  1. AUDIO MGMT Panel

    What is the AUDIO SWITCHING PANEL used for?
    Allows for switching to ACP 3 if ACP 1 or 2 fails.
  2. MAINTENANCE Panel

    Do the pilots use the maintenance panel?
    No
  3. MAINTENANCE Panel

    If a mechanic pressed the APU AUTO EXTING TEST push button what would occur?
    The APU will shut down.
  4. CARGO HEAT Panel

    What does the CARGO HEAT HOT AIR amber FAULT light indicate?
    Duct overheat
  5. CARGO HEAT Panel

    What does the CARGO HEAT AFT ISOL VALVE amber FAULT light indicate?
    Valve disagreement of inlet or outlet valve.
  6. CARGO SMOKE Panel

    How many fire extinguishers are provided for the cargo compartments?
    1 bottle which can be discharged to either compartment.
  7. CARGO SMOKE Panel

    What are the indications when you test the CARGO SMOKE (five twos)
    • 2 amber DISCH lights illuminate and extinguish, then
    • 2 red SMOKE lights illuminate
    • 2 MASTER WARNING lights with CRC
    • 2 CARGO SMOKE .... on the ECAM
    • Test runs TWICE to check both Smoke Detector Control Unit (SDCU) channels
  8. CARGO SMOKE Panel

    What does the red SMOKE light in the FWD or AFT push button indicate?
    • Both channels detect smoke or
    • One channel faulty and the other detects smoke
  9. CARGO SMOKE Panel

    How many smoke detectors are there?
    • 2 forward cargo
    • 4 aft cargo
  10. CARGO SMOKE Panel

    With CARGO SMOKE warning what happens to the Isolation Valve and Extract Fan?
    • Isolation Valve closes
    • Extract Fan stops
  11. VENTILATION Panel

    What is the purpose of the CABIN FANS?
    Cabin fans re-circulate cabin air to the mixing chamber then back into the cabin.
  12. VENTILATION Panel

    With BLOWER and EXTRACT push buttons in AUTO how does the system operate?
    • Ground - system is normally in the OPEN configuration.
    • Flight - system is normally in the CLOSED configuration.
    • Intermediate - Closed configuration except small internal flap in Extract Valve is open.
  13. VENTILATION Panel

    With both BLOWER and EXTRACT push buttons in OVRD (smoke configuration) what are the positions of the INLET and EXTRACT valves?
    • INLET valve CLOSED
    • EXTRACT valve OPEN
  14. VENTILATION Panel

    What is the status of the Blower and Extract fans when both BLOWER and EXTRACT push buttons in OVRD (smoke configuration)?
    • BLOWER fan OFF
    • EXTRACT fan ON
  15. VENTILATION Panel

    When is air conditioning introduced into the Avionics Compartment?
    • This would be abnormal.
    • During SMOKE configuration.
  16. VENTILATION Panel

    Is the skin heat exchanger ever bypassed in flight?
    Yes - during SMOKE configuration.
  17. VENTILATION Panel

    What does an amber FAULT light on the BLOWER push button indicate?
    • SMOKE warning is activated
    • Computer power supply failure
    • Low Blower pressure
    • Duct overheat
  18. VENTILATION Panel

    What does an amber FAULT light on the EXTRACT push button indicate?
    • SMOKE Warning is activated
    • Computer power supply failure
    • Low Extract pressure
  19. VENTILATION Panel

    With 2 FAULT lights on the VENTILATION panel are there any other indications?
    Yes - the SMOKE light in the GEN 1 LINE push button.
  20. ENG Panel

    What are the primary differences between an automatic and a manual start?
    Automatic Start - FADEC provides monitoring during engine start and will provide the appropriate ECAM cautions and procedures to follow in the event of a start fault.

    Manual Start - Automatic start interruption and auto-.... are not available.
  21. ENG Panel

    With the ENG MODE selector in IGN/START what occurs when you press the ENG MAN START push button?
    • The start valve opens.
    • Both pack flow control valves close.
  22. ENG Panel

    Will the start valve automatically close when pressing ENG MAN START?
    Yes - at 50% N2.
  23. ENG Panel

    When would you use a manual start?
    Scenarios to use manual start -

    • After aborting a start because of:
    • Engine stall
    • Engine EGT overlimit
    • Low start up pressure

    • When expecting a start abort because of:
    • Degraded bleed performance due to hot conditions or high altitude airports.
    • An engine with a reduced EGT margin in hot conditions or at high altitude airports.
    • Marginal performance of the external pneumatic power group.
  24. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What does the red AUTO LAND light indicate?
    Below 200':

    • Excessive deviation (LOC or G/S)
    • Loss of both autopilots
    • Loss of LOC or G/S signals
    • Difference of 15' between the RA's
  25. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What does the red arrow in the SIDE STICK PRIORITY light mean?
    It illuminates in front of the pilot losing authority.
  26. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    How would you regain control?
    • The last pilot to press the push button on the sidestick will have authority.
    • An aural "Priority Left" or "Priority Right" will sound.
  27. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What do flashing green CAPT and F/O SIDESTICK PRIORITY lights indicate?
    Both sidesticks have been moved simultaneously and neither pilot has taken priority.
  28. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What happens when both pilots make an input simultaneously on the sidesticks?
    • The inputs are algebraically summed up to a max. of the normal limits.
    • An aural "Dual Input" will sound.
    • Green CAPT and F/O lights will illuminate.
  29. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What function is served by utilizing the LOC push button?
    Arms, engages or disengages the LOC mode.
  30. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    When do you press the APPR button?
    When cleared for the approach.
  31. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    After pressing the APPR button, what do you check for?
    • ILS - Blue LOC and GS on the FMA
    • RNAV - APP NAV and FINAL
  32. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What is the function of the Flight Control Unit?
    • Permits short term interface between the pilot and FMGS
    • Allows temporary modification of any flight parameter (HDG, SPD, ALT, V/S)
    • Used to select operational modes of the autopilots flight directors and A/THR system
  33. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    What do dashes in the FCU display windows along with the adjacent white dot indicate?
    FMGS Managed Guidance is in use.
  34. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    How is Selected Guidance engaged?
    Pull the appropriate selector knob on the FCU.
  35. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    How do you confirm all autopilot, FD and A/THR inputs?
    Confirm all mode inputs by reference to the FMA.
  36. GLARESHIELD/FCU

    Will the FCU Altitude window ever display dashes?
    No - Pilot selected altitude will always be displayed.
  37. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What does each column mean on the PFD?
    A/THR / VERTICAL / LATERAL / APPROACH CAPABILITY / DH/MDA / AP, F, A/THR ENGAGEMENT STATUS
  38. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    How is the crew made aware of mode changes on the FMA?
    A white box is temporarily displayed around the new indication.
  39. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    How are aremed modes displayed on the FMA?
    • Blue - ARMED
    • Magenta - ARMED because of a constraint
    • Green - ENGAGED
  40. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    When is the side stick position indication icon (white cross) displayed?
    Displayed when the first engine is started and disappears at liftoff.
  41. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What would the large red arrowheads (chevrons) indicate?
    Pitch attitude ANU/AND > 30˚
  42. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    After you input the destination and ILS information into the MCDU, what do you check for?
    • After the LS push button is pressed - green light
    • ILS frequency and course on PFD
    • ILS identifier once auto identified
    • LOC and GS scales displayed on PFD
  43. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What is the meaning of USE MANUAL PITCH TRIM?
    You are in Direct Law - do your own trimming!
  44. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What is the meaning of MAN PITCH TRIM ONLY?
    You are in Mechanical Backup.
  45. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What are the pitch and roll angle limits indicated by the green = signs?
    • Pitch +30˚ANU/-15˚AND.
    • Roll 67˚ of bank.

    Green = signs are the main assurance that we are in Normal Law and become amber X's with the loss of Normal Law.
  46. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    How can you determine that you are in Alternate Law?
    • Amber X's at the pitch (30 degrees UP/15 degrees DN) and bank (67 degrees) limits
    • Only VLS and VSW is displayed on the airspeed tape.
  47. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    When would the sideslip index change from yellow to blue?
    In case of an engine failure during takeoff/go-around, it is now a blue beta target.
  48. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What does the yellow speed trend line on the airspeed tape indicate?
    The speed the aircraft will reach in 10 secs. if current acceleration/deceleration remains constant.
  49. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What is the difference between the magenta and blue target airspeeds?
    • Magenta - Managed speed computed by the FMGC (push Speed Button = managed (computer does it for you))
    • Blue - Selected speed on the FCU (pull Speed Button = Selected (you have to do it yourself))
  50. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What is Vls and how is it displayed?
    • The lowest selectable/buggable speed providing an appropriate margin to stall speed (top of the amber strip along the airspeed scale).
    • In approach mode Vls is equivalent to Vref.
  51. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What speed does Vmax represent and how is it displayed?
    • It is the lowest of Vmo/Mmo, Vle or Vfe.
    • Defined by the bottom of the red and black strip along the speed tape.
  52. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What is the Green Dot speed?
    • Appears when the aircraft is in the clean configuration
    • Engine-out operating speed in Clean Configuration engine-out operating speed
    • Corresponds to the best lift-to-drag ratio
  53. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    How is Green Dot speed computed?
    • At or below 20,000' equal to 2x weight in metric tons (2,204.6#s) + 85
    • Above 20,000' + 1 knot for each 1,000' (FCOM 3.04.10)
  54. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What is Ground Speed Mini?
    • Based on a calculated groundspeed at the runway
    • Protects against actual groundspeed dropping below this calculated groundspeed.
  55. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What does it mean when you see the magenta target airspeed triangle above VAPP on on approach?
    Ground Speed Mini has increased speed due to a higher headwind component at your present location than what was calculated at the runway.
  56. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    Is this protection available in selected speed?
    No - Managed speed only.
  57. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What would be indicated if the altitude window changed from yellow to amber?
    The aircraft has deviated from the FCU selected altitude or flight level by 250'.
  58. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    When is altitude alerting automatically inhibited in flight?
    • When slats are extended with the landing gear selected down.
    • On approach after glide slope capture.
    • When the landing gear is locked down.
  59. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What does it mean when the altitude digits change from green to amber?
    The aircraft has descended below the MDA/DH entered into the FMGC.
  60. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    When is Radio Height displayed on the PFD?
    Below 2,500' AGL
  61. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    Information from ILS receiver 1 is displayed where?
    • Captain's PFD
    • F/O's ND
  62. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY

    What would a flashing amber ILS indicate on the bottom of the PFD?
    Flashes amber when the APPR mode is armed and the LS display is not selected.
  63. NAV DISPLAY

    What displays or modes are available on the ND?
    • Rose ILS
    • Rose VOR
    • Rose NAV
    • ARC
    • PLAN
  64. NAV DISPLAY

    What color of lines are used to represent the various displayed flight plans?
    • Active - continuous green
    • Secondary - continuous white
    • Missed approach - continuous blue
    • Temporary - dashed yellow
    • Alternate - dashed blue
  65. NAV DISPLAY

    Top of Descent and Continue Descent arrow are displayed in blue or white. What is the difference?
    • Top of Descent - Always white (never armed).
    • Continue Descent - Blue indicates armed, white indicates NOT armed.
  66. NAV DISPLAY

    What color does each altitude constraint circle represent?
    • White - constraint is not taken into account
    • Magenta - constraint is predicted to be satisfied
    • Amber - constraint is predicted to be missed
  67. NAV DISPLAY

    If mode range data fails what should you expect to see on the ND?
    ROSE NAV and 80 nm range.
  68. NAV DISPLAY

    Where is VOR data displayed?
    Both NDs and the DDRM1.

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