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1. For manual reading of the fuel quantity, the roll and pitch data are obtained from:

(a) a clinometer at the refueling panel.

(b) the ADIRU through the AIDS system or FQIC input parameter through MCDU System/Report Test.

(c) the plumb bob located in the main wheel well.

2. Automatic refuelling will commence when a preselected total quantity is set and the:

(a) MODE SELECTOR switch is placed in the REFUEL position.

(b) REFUEL VALVES are placed to the OPEN position.

(c) REFUEL VALVES are placed to the NORM position only.

3. One channel failure of the Fuel Quantity Indication Computer (FQIC) will result in:

(a) the system to operate normally & CFDS report will indicate the failure.

(b) Level 1 caution message appears on ECAM.

(c) status message appear on lower ECAM.

4. Which level sensors, when immersed in fuel, signal the associated tank refuel valve to shut when the MODE
SELECT switch is set to REFUEL?:

(a) Low level sensors.

(b) High level sensors.

(c) Full level sensors.

5. For pressure fuelling without electrical power, it can be done with the:

(a) manual plunger(s) on refuel valve(s) is/ are pushed and hold.

(b) refuel valves must be removed from the refuel manifold.

(c) transfer valve on the Refuel/Defuel panel in the OPEN position.

6. The fuel diverter and return valves close when the fuel level drops to the low level sensor in the:

(a) Outer cell.

(b) Inner cell.

(c) Center tank.

7. Transfer valves will open automatically to admit fuel to inner cells when:

(a) a low level is detected in the inner cell.

(b) a low level is detected in the center tank.

(c) the center tank is empty .

8. The purpose of the IDG SHUT-OFF sensor is to:

(a) stop the center tank pumps.

(b) restart the cooling fuel recirculation.

(c) stop the cooling fuel recirculation.

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9. On the Refuel/Defuel control panel, when the MODE selector is set to DEFUEL/XFR, an Amber OPEN light
illuminates indicating that the Defuel/ Transfer Valve is:

(a) open.

(b) closed.

(c) faulty.

10. Exposure of the center tank low level sensors to air will cause:

(a) the center tank pumps to stop after a time delay.

(b) the wing tank pumps to stop after a time delay.

(c) the intercell transfer valves to open..

11. An excess pressure in the outer cell relieved fuel via an overpressure protector mounted on rib 15:

(a) into center tank.

(b) into wing tank inner cell.

(c) overboard.

12. When the test switch on the Refuel/ Defuel panel is set to "LTS",:

(a) only the blue lights illuminate.

(b) only the amber lights illuminate.

(c) all panel lights illuminate and all quantity indications show "8"s.

13. On the Refuel/ Defuel panel, the "END" light illuminates:

(a) amber when the refueling operation starts.

(b) red when the refueling operation is complete.

(c) green when the refueling operation is complete.

14. Refuel valves may be controlled:

(a) only electrically.

(b) only manually.

(c) electrically or manually.

15. The warnings that are associated with a single wing tank pump failure are the pump FAULT light,:

(a) and the Master Caution.

(b) the Master Caution and the single chime.

(c) the ECAM FUEL page and ECAM LO PR message.

16. The Fuel Crossfeed Valve connects:

(a) the fuel feed line to the Refuel/Defuel manifold.

(b) the left and right engine supply lines.

(c) the wing tanks to the center tank.

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17. The FADEC closes the Fuel Return Valve when:

(a) it receives an input from the FLSCU.

(b) the IDG oil is too hot.

(c) the center tank is full.


18. Probe heating is available on ground when Probe / window heat switch is selected AUTO, "ON" light
extinguished and:

(a) at least one engine running.

(b) no engines running.

(c) APU running.

19. When a windshield wiper selector is set to OFF, the wiper:

(a) completes one cycle then stops.

(b) stops in the park position, lifted off of the A/C structure, at the windshield lower part.

(c) stops instantly whatever its position on the windshield.

20. The Total Air Temperature (TAT) probe is heated:

(a) in flight but not on the ground.

(b) on the ground but not in flight.

(c) only when the aircraft is in icing conditions.

21. When electrical power to the wing anti-ice valve solenoid is lost, the valve:

(a) regulates the air pressure.

(b) remains open as long as air is supplied.

(c) will close if it is open.

22. Detection of extreme windshield temperature or failure of the associated sensor causes:

(a) an ECAM warning only.

(b) an ECAM warning and automatic cut off of the associated windshield heating.

(c) control of the faulty windshield to switch to a secondary computer.

23. The illumination of an Engine Anti-Ice FAULT light may indicate that the Pushbutton is in the ON position and
the valve is:

(a) open, indicating an overheat condition.

(b) open, indicating an overpressure condition.

(c) is in transit or closed.

24. The drain mast heating is controlled:

(a) automatically by the CIDS (Cabin Intercommunications Data System).

(b) By the controller which maintains the temperature between 5 and 15 deg. C.

(c) by a switch on the Forward Attendant Panel (FAP).

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25. Which of the following statement is correct regarding the operation of the wing anti-ice system on the ground?:

(a) The system can not be operated on ground; Only in flight.

(b) Ground operation is limited to 30 seconds.

(c) It can only be operated if the outside temperature is less than 10 deg.C (50 deg.F).


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