B727 Flight Inst.

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B727 Flight Inst.
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2014-10-15 20:43:25
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Flight Inst from Vol II
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  1. What are the A/S scales for the inst?
    • 60-420 kts
    • 2 kt markings from 60-160
    • 10  kt markings from 160-420
  2. Where do ASI get their info?
    Pressure signals from pitot static system
  3. What is the range of the digital mach indicator?
    .400-.900M
  4. Where does the Mach number/indicator get it's info?
    • Central Air Data Computers
    • #1 CADC provides to the Capt's inst.
    • #2 CADC provides to the  F/O's inst.
  5. What happens to the digital Mach ind. if there is power failure or inst malfunction?
    Stripped flag covers the window.
  6. When does the digital Mach ind. show a blacked out window?
    Below .400M
  7. Below ______' the AC is A/S (VMO) limited because of_________loads in flight?
    • 21,622'
    • air pressure
  8. What is the VMO range between SL & 21,622'?
    380-411 kts
  9. Above 21,622' the AC is limited to _______M because of?
    • .902M
    • Mach effects on flight perf
  10. Why does the VMO decrease after 21,622'?
    To conform with the MMO (Max Operating Mach speed) of .902M

    (Based on FAA approved AC flight manual max operating AS)
  11. How many Mach and AS warning system(s) are there?
    2
  12. Is there a cutout to the Mach AS warning system?
    no
  13. Mach AS warning test switch:
    # 1 tests?
    # 2 tests?
    # 1 Tests clacker connection to AUXILIARY PITOT-STATIC SYSTEM

    # 2 Tests clacker connected to the F/O's pitot-static system
  14. How much lag on the VSIs?
    None they are "Instant Vertical Speed Indicators".
  15. How can either pilot switch his IVSI to auxiliary static system?
    By positioning their static source to ALTERNATE
  16. Range and increments of IVSI?
    0-6,000'/min

    100' increments 0-100/min

    500' increments 1,000' 6000'/min
  17. What is the small screw on the bottom left of IVSI for?
    Adjustment, used to reset pointer to 0
  18. Altitude alerting system gives _____indications(s) when approaching selected altitude
    Aural and visual
  19. Alt alerting system depends on, ____, ____& ____
    • Air Data Computer
    • Appropriate baro setting
    • Selected Alt
  20. Within ____' the tone will sound and the light will remain illuminated until within ____' and no indications within +/- ____'
    1,000'

    375'

    375'
  21. STBY warning flag shows on the Altimeter when, ____ or ____
    Lower loss

    Loss of alt info from CADC (Central Air Data Computer).
  22. TOTAL AIR TEMPERATURE gets info from, ____ on the ____ side of fwd fuselage and is ANTI ICED by____
    Sensing probe

    Left

    Left PITOT-STATIC ANTI ICE CIRCUIT
  23. TAT is comprised of?
    OAT & RAM RISE
  24. TAT sensor reads erroneously high if?
    Left hand pitot-static switch is on
  25. Turn and Slip Indicator is powered by, ____
    and flag shows if, _____ or ____.
    115V

    Power is lost or

    Gyro isn't up to speed
  26. Clock hands etc...

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