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B. Tech III Year II Semester Examinations, April/May - 2012
AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
(AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING)
Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75
Answer any five questions
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1. List out and explain the different aircraft systems. Draw neat sketches in support
of your answer. [15]

2. Identify and describe in detail, the electrical systems in an aircraft engine. [15]

3. Explain the hydraulic systems used for flight control actuation, bringing out the
redundancy. [15]

4. Bring out the principles of operation of humidity control and oxygen concentrator
systems used on-board. [15]

5. Describe the air and fuel flows in a turbine engine. [15]

6. Describe the Fly-by-wire control system. [15]

7. Explain how safety is embedded into the design of an aircraft. [15]

8. Write short notes on
a) Interdependence of aircraft systems
b) Levels of integration
c) Aspects of integrity. [15]


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AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
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Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75
Answer any five questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. Explain how the operating environment conditions of an aircraft are maintained.
[15]

2. Enumerate the systems working on AC and DC power systems of different
voltages aboard an aircraft. [15]

3. Describe fly-by-wire control laws and actuation. [15]

4. Compare and contrast the reverse boot strap and vapour cycle refrigeration
systems used in aircraft. [15]

5. Explain how the Full Authority Engine Control System works. [15]

6. Distinguish between flight management system and guidance and control of an
airliner. [15]

7. What are modeling, simulation and testing? Explain in detail. [15]

8. Discuss the aspects of safety and integrity of aircraft. [15]


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AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
(AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING)
Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75
Answer any five questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. Citing a feed-back system used in an aircraft, explain system definition, input,
output and feedback. [15]

2. Describe a variable speed constant frequency cycloconverter used in an aircraft.
[15]

3. Describe the hydraulic system for landing gear. [15]

4. Describe and compare two types of air cooling systems used in modern airplanes.
Draw neat sketches of the systems. [15]

5. With the help of neat sketches explain the sensors and indicators used to monitor
the health of an engine, and the parameters monitored. [15]

6. Discuss the modern integrated flight and propulsion control system. [15]

7. Describe how the integrity, reliability and maintainability of an aircraft system are
assured. [15]

8. Explain in detail the concept of systems integration. [15]


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AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
(AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING)
Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 75
Answer any five questions
All questions carry equal marks
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1. List out the inputs and outputs of the avionic systems used in an aircraft. [15]

2. Describe the electric power generation systems in an aircraft. Draw neat sketches
to illustrate the answer. [15]

3. Draw a sketch of the main landing gear system of a large airliner and explain its
parts including brake and anti-skid control. [15]

4. With the help of a sketch, describe an engine starting system. [15]

5. Draw neat sketches and explain the fuel systems in small and large airliners,
bringing out the differences. [15]

6. Describe the primary and secondary flight control systems. [15]

7. Discuss the safety and economic considerations of an aircraft. Do these
requirements clash or supplement each other? [15]

8. Write short notes on
a) Interdependence of aircraft systems
b) System integration
c) Interfaces. [15]


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